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America…Agenda 21 Part 3

by Kelly Crawford

OK…I was going to wait on this one, but I can’t. I’m sure I’ll hardly sleep tonight.

What I’m about to tell you I didn’t even hear of until last night. But I am SHOCKED after what I have confirmed. I think you will be too. (BTW, there are plenty of other documents detailing this subject I can post if you’d like.)

The reason it can’t wait, is because this sums up the whole matter…


Heard of it? You’ll never forget it. This is an overview. Be sure to listen all the way…after about half way through, there are some specific references to the role government schools are playing.

Here’s one quote:

“People have asked me, ‘How do they expect to do this and make it last?

The answer is that you steal a generation of children, and indoctrinate them so that they accept these ideas and then they become global citizens in the coming global village.”

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A Happy Homeschool Mom August 12, 2008 - 8:44 pm

Wow. Just wow. Thats all I can say.

Gina August 12, 2008 - 9:53 pm

Thank you so much for these last few posts, Kelly. All of this horrid mess our country is getting into will make all of us comfortable Christians long for our home in Heaven ever so much more!
Could you please let me know how to get the Freedom 21 button? I went to the site, but did not see a link to it. I need to help spread the word! 🙂

Word Warrior August 12, 2008 - 10:34 pm


I couldn’t find the button (!) but all you have to do is right click on mine, click “save picture as” which will save it to your computer, and then you can link the picture to the website on your blog.

Spread the word!

Jennie Chancey August 12, 2008 - 10:59 pm

Nothing new under the sun. This stuff goes back to Rousseau’s Emile, written before the French Revolution. And, of course, it goes back much, much further than that! Think Tower of Babel. Think Greece. Think Rome. Think Mayan civilization, Incas, Aztecs. This has all happened before in history, so if we don’t know our history, we will make the same mistakes.

We cannot protest that we didn’t know this stuff was going on. It’s been published in public journals for over a century here in the US, beginning with the writings of Horace Mann and John Dewey. They were willing never to see the realization of their dreams; they were confident that their ideas would take down Christendom even after they were dead. We Christians have been taught to be docile and to bend over backwards in the face of evil. We’ve given in to a theology of hopelessness when we have every reason to hope! Christ is on the throne! We are to work to help put all His enemies under His feet!

Christian parents simply must catch the vision for training the next generation to know, love, and serve the Lord. This is way more than just academics. We have to wrap our minds around the fact that the social engineers want our children’s hearts–they couldn’t care less if they can’t add, subtract, read, or write. In fact, their stated goal is to have an ignorant populace loyal to their ideas and “values.” Check your brains at the door, children, but give us your hearts.

Remember when God cursed the serpent in Eden? He told satan that the seed of the woman (that’s all God’s people–not just Christ) would war against the serpent and crush his head. Satan hates our seed. We must, under no circumstances, give our children to pagan schoolmasters. One of our friends calls public schools “satan’s synagogues.” I was in satan’s synagogue until the end of fourth grade, and I have thanked my parents countless times over for making the sacrifice to homeschool me from fifth grade on.

This is war, folks. It’s not a tea party. Thankfully, we know Who wins the war, so we have every reason to press on, stay faithful to Christ, and train up a generation that turns a deaf ear to all the “Agenda 21” style garbage that has been recycled over and over again since Eden. Read your history. Get on johntaylorgatto.com and read. There’s no excuse. Our children are on the line, and God says we will be held accountable for how we lead these little ones. Scary thought, but God is gracious and has promised to see us through!

This should not turn into a petty battle over whether or not homeschooling is a panacea. Hey, I should know. I was homeschooled and still have lots to learn and unlearn. I am homeschooling my children and run into sin issues and character issues daily. This is not about finding the one-size-fits-all band aid. You want to be humbled to the dust and come up against your own failings as a parent and human being? Teach your children. One day the light bulb will come on and you’ll see that God is actually teaching you, too.

Deuteronomy 6 isn’t just a cutesy saying we put on the wall so we can feel good about how spiritual we are. It’s the way of life God has laid down for His people. It’s definitely not easy. It definitely requires constant confession of faults and recognition of our own sins as parents. It is a way of sanctification for the entire family. I personally believe God designed it that way on purpose to keep us a humble people. My children hold a mirror up to my face every day. Some days I don’t look so pretty! But how thankful I am that it is my husband and me that our children come to daily with needs, questions, and all the little things that make their world go ’round.

Don’t let the state take this away from us! The Founding Fathers are surely rolling in their graves already at our relaxed acceptance of multi-generational enslavement to the state. May we awaken from our slumber and take hold of the heritage of freedom we have in Christ–a heritage we must pass on to our children.

Monica August 12, 2008 - 11:29 pm

I know what you mean. I watched Freedom to Fascism
and couldn’t sleep for a couple of days!

It is real and we all need to wake up before it’s too late! The saddest thing about democracy is that it can vote it’s self out of existence!

Mrs. Santos August 13, 2008 - 7:41 am

Thanks Kelly for this post. We know that this can be expected in light of what will be in the last days…a one world government (Ps 2, Rev 17) It is so good to spread the word and wake people up to these agendas. I like how the video pulls everything together. Sometimes we as Christians get on the “environmental” bandwagon or the “frugal” track all in the name of holiness. While being frugal and caring for the environment is wonderful, apart from dependance on the Lord even home schooling Christians can buy into some of this agenda. I liked what Mrs. Chancey said on Deut 6. We must know our Bible and live it. Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path. The Lord tells us to lean not on your own understanding but acknowledge Him. Spurgeon wrote a good one on 2 Cor 6:17

He writes:
“Only ye shall not go very far away.” —Exodus 8:28

This is a crafty word from the lip of the arch-tyrant Pharaoh. If the poor bondaged Israelites must needs go out of Egypt, then he bargains with them that it shall not be very far away; not too far for them to escape the terror of his arms, and the observation of his spies. After the same fashion, the world loves not the non-conformity of nonconformity, or the dissidence of dissent, it would have us be more charitable and not carry matters with too severe a hand. Death to the world, and burial with Christ, are experiences which carnal minds treat with ridicule, and hence the ordinance which sets them forth is almost universally neglected, and even contemned. Worldly wisdom recommends the path of compromise, and talks of “moderation.” According to this carnal policy, purity is admitted to be very desirable, but we are warned against being too precise; truth is of course to be followed, but error is not to be severely denounced. “Yes,” says the world, “be spiritually minded by all means, but do not deny yourself a little gay society, an occasional ball, and a Christmas visit to a theatre. What’s the good of crying down a thing when it is so fashionable, and everybody does it?” Multitudes of professors yield to this cunning advice, to their own eternal ruin. If we would follow the Lord wholly, we must go right away into the wilderness of separation, and leave the Egypt of the carnal world behind us. We must leave its maxims, its pleasures, and its religion too, and go far away to the place where the Lord calls His sanctified ones. When the town is on fire, our house cannot be too far from the flames. When the plague is abroad, a man cannot be too far from its haunts. The further from a viper the better, and the further from worldly conformity the better. To all true believers let the trumpet-call be sounded, “Come ye out from among them, be ye separate.”

John 17:15-16
I pray not that thou shouldest take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the evil. They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.

These verses give me hope in light of the truth of the times. Thank you again. I hope to link to this post soon. I like how you are unafraid.

jonash August 13, 2008 - 11:21 am

I think it’s been proven over and over that if you want your child to have a superior education – homeschool.

But in the light of these agendas, it’s crazy to hang around the PS system unless absolutely necessary!

None of this suprises me. If it was all about education, we’re doing a pretty poor job. If we are trying to build conformity and compliance it’s a different story. Everyone is so unique and special, and they all rebel pretty much the exact same way and wear the same clothes . . . .

I think the Bible makes it pretty clear that we are to go to the wise, and those older than us instead of our peers for advice. Yet it doesn’t take long in the PS system before kids want to listen only/primarily too each other. Scary.

I think the key is (and you make that very clear on your blog, Kelly) that education without a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ is worthless. That is what every homeschooler should want 1st and formost for their children.

The ability to read – if all my sons read is everything BUT the Bible, is worthless. Their wonderful job with great insurance will not insure and protect them from hell but only give temporal riches.

So many of us here in America have fallen into the trap of wanting “things” for our children, a job, car, house, moral upright living, the American Dream.

I could keep going, but I won’t. Keep posting! 🙂


Mrs. Lady Sofia August 13, 2008 - 1:48 pm

I actually had the courage to watch all the You Tube videos, along with the first one you posted on your blog.

Although it truly terrifies me, it’s not overly surprising, for the bible talks about this in Revelations. I’m no biblical scholar, but I think this is why God has told us that this is NOT our home, and that our home is heavenward. In The Lord’s Prayer, one of the first things mentioned is, “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done . . . ” As Christians, our focus should be on God’s Kingdom – The New Jerusalem. We want to be part of that crowd in Heaven praising God who were spared from, “The Great Tribulation.”

I thank you for your posts. They are a GREAT wake-up call because they convict as well as “force” me to learn to put MORE faith and trust in Heavenly Father and Christ than the World and its Governments.

May we all continue being aware, but let us not forget our God-given duty to focus and pray to Christ to deliver us from this “Worldly Mess.”

Wenonah4th August 13, 2008 - 8:57 pm

Exactly what is meant by the term “sustainability,” anyway? It implies that Venture XYZ, be it a business, an energy source, a tradition, or anything else, can be continued indefinitely. Is this another case of a word not meaning what it sounds like it ought to mean?

Word Warrior August 13, 2008 - 10:22 pm


Good question…hmmm…I’m not sure.

Word Warrior August 14, 2008 - 7:04 pm


I agree that we shouldn’t *fear*; but rather, we have been given a spirit of power.

I’m not sure what part of Agenda 21you are thinking is a fear tactic; perhaps the speakers’ interrpretation?

Agenda 21 was signed by 178 countries in 1992, and is already “in the works”. (There is plenty of info. on line.) It is what propels the entire global crusade for “saving the planet”.

On the surface, it sounds like a great idea…a noble, joint effort for “the good of the people”.

But that is precisely the problem; scratching below the surface reveals MAJOR faulty thinking and action. As long as people are kept from asking questions (public schooled students taught to think the way we want them to–CHECK), the “wonderful” plan keeps rolling, headed toward socialism which ultimately ends in communism.

I’m not trying to scare people; just to equip them to make POWERFUL decisions.

Word Warrior August 14, 2008 - 10:19 pm

Here is a clear, exposing article about Agenda 21, explaining why we have to know what it is, and recognize the terminiology.


Brooke Lorren August 22, 2008 - 12:19 pm

Things are happening to move us in this direction. Dumbing down of schools… mortgage foreclosures at an all-time high? Despite the fact that all these mortgages are being foreclosed on because people were stupid and lenders were stupid to loan the money, they’re still giving out these loans!

I saw on television yesterday this show where they were advertising homes that you could get for $500 down, $1 if you were a veteran! Foreclosures, bankruptcies were okay! Even if you’ve only been on the job for a month!

Perhaps the fact that all these people are losing their houses might play into this.


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