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Alabama shows the way; tells UN's Agenda 21 Storm troopers to get lost
Coach is Right ^ | 6/15/2012 | Kevin "Coach" Collins

Posted on 06/15/2012 9:32:27 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax

Any ideas the United Nations had about taking over the State of Alabama are gone. Both Houses of Alabama’s legislature unanimously passed Senate Bill 477 (SB 477) known around Montgomery as the “Due Process for Property Rights” Act and by doing so sent a loud and clear message to anyone wishing to impose United Nations control on Alabama to back off!

While almost no Democrat media cheerleader mentioned the bill, the law will likely become the model for get tough push back efforts against the cowards on the Left who want the United Nations to do the “dirty work” of putting America under international socialist law.

Using strong and specific language SB 477 orders all state agencies to refuse to cooperate in any UN scheme to subvert the sovereignty of Alabama. It says, “The State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that...

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TOPICS: Conspiracy; Government; Politics; Society
KEYWORDS: agenda21; alabama; environmentalism; unitednations

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