This Sunday evening, we are joined by Tom DeWeese, founder of the American Policy Center (www.americanpolicy.org) and author of the new political thriller called Erase. He has agreed to give Lost Arts Radio listeners a private mini-class on the United Nations, an important topic that too many Americans have never had the opportunity to study. The successor to the short-lived League of Nations, the United Nations was established after WWII. It is supposed to be a force for peace and harmony in the world, and is a vast organization with many ongoing projects and subdivisions. Currently the United Nations is moving toward its goal of imposing world personal taxes and expanding its military and international police powers.
How many of the United Nations projects are we aware of and do we really understand what they do? How does the United Nations connect to Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030? What impact is it having on our local communities? These and other questions will be addressed in detail on Sunday night's show. For me, I look forward to learning from teachers who have great depth of experience and knowledge. Tom DeWeese is one of those, a world class authority on the impact of United Nations programs, especially Agenda 21.
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