The federal government isn’t coming for your suburban home
Pssst! Have you heard about Agenda 21? The secret plot to collectivize private property -- hatched by United Nations internationalists and midwifed by operatives ensconced within our own government -- all in the name of "ending sprawl" and "encouraging sustainability"? The seizure of suburban homes by jackbooted, gun-toting U.N. thugs? The involuntary relocation of displaced suburbanites to cramped dwellings in densely packed cities?
His magazine, The Blaze, put Agenda 21 on the cover of its January/February 2012 issue; the article contained therein, its editors promised, would expose "the global scheme that has the potential to wipe out freedoms of all U.S. citizens." Beck then stretched this warning into a dystopian science fiction novel that came out last November titled (what else?) Agenda 21. In it, suburban and rural homeowners are stripped of their property and carted off to overcrowded cities, where they're forced to live in bunker-like apartments, wear government-issued uniforms, and generate power for the grid by walking on piezoelectric "energy boards."