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Virgil Goode Opposed to Agenda21, NDAA, Globalism, and North American Union

In this interview, conducted by a reporter with the group called USWGO, Virgil Goode answers questions regarding a wide variety of questions, including Agenda21, National Defense Authorization Act, the North American Union, Illegal Immigration, and the TSA.


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  1. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt May 29, 2012

    Root Sucks @ 3: Agenda 21 is NOT a conspiracy theory. It is a plan that is being implemented throughout this country. PLEASE do yourself a favor and research this insidious threat to our way of life.

  2. David Colborne David Colborne May 28, 2012

    It’s helpful if you think the NDAA is a good idea.

  3. Deran Deran May 28, 2012

    Mizing rightist hytrionics abt “Agenda 21” and the NDAA just leads to people lumping oposition to real world authoritarianism with fear of Templars and UN forces secretly sailing uo the Mississippi just makes questions about NDAA seem cooky. Not helpful.

  4. paulie paulie May 28, 2012

    Haven’t watched the interview, but the screencap makes Goode look kind of like Bill Still.

  5. David Colborne David Colborne May 28, 2012

    Agenda 21: Usual meaningless, toothless bit of UN agitprop to keep diplomats’ salaries paid. Being a bit of UN makework, it has a little bit for everyone, ideologically speaking, which it means it has more than enough in it for every ideological stripe to latch on to as “proof” that the UN is in league with the “other”, whatever the “other” is at any point.

    North American Union: Canada and Mexico have never been enthusiastic about becoming part of the US. I doubt that’s changed much. Frankly, they have more to lose becoming unified with us than we do them, seeing as we outnumber the two roughly 2-to-1, population-wise.

    NDAA: Proof that even a broken clock is right twice a day. You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to see this is a bad idea.

    TSA: Proof that, when you pay rent-a-cop salaries, you get rent-a-cop results. If you’re lucky, you emd up with underpaid clock-watching indifference. If you’re not, you end up empowering people that haven’t deserved a shred of power or respect in their entire lives.

    Illegal immigration: Between declining Mexican birth rates, improved economic performance in Mexico, and the total collapse of our unskilled labor market, this is rapidly becoming a problem that’s solving itself.

  6. RedPhillips RedPhillips May 28, 2012

    I suspect that Goode had to have coaching to know what Agenda 21 is. It’s not something mainstream politicians would even know about, but it is the kind of thing that third party types are likely to be concerned about.

  7. Root Sucks Root Sucks May 28, 2012

    Agenda 21–definitely had to look that one up. I never fail to be surprised by the obscure things that the conspiracy theorists dig up and cling to.

  8. just asking just asking May 28, 2012

    That puts Goode one up on Johnson, who insists he’s never heard of Agenda21.

  9. Trent Hill Trent Hill Post author | May 28, 2012

    The interviewer’s mic is obnoxious. He also should have just posted text of the questions.

    With that said, it’s an interesting interview.

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