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Agenda 21 Experts Beverly Eakman and Michael Shaw to Speak September 15th in Oconomowoc
Written by Kirsten   
Thursday, 06 September 2012 21:40

Mark your calendars!

On September 15th, the Wisconsin 9/12 Project and the Rock River Patriots welcome you to an informative dual seminar on Agenda 21, with nationally recognized experts Beverly Eakman and Michael Shaw.

The entire event is FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  Bring friends and family.  Everyone will be able to use what these two amazing presenters have to offer.

 

1:00pm - Beverly Eakman, GAME CHANGERS: What Political Game-Changers Need to Know about the Leftist Agenda


Beverly Eakman
 (Washington, D.C.) is the author of seven books. Her eighth, Agenda Games, is due out this month. Ms. Eakman will focus, in particular, on how the public education system is being used to monitor and control citizens and their children. She will also be training seminar participants on how to recognize and counter the group manipulation tactics that are almost always used against citizens in public decision-making settings today, including "visioning" and "consensus building." Ever wonder why your input on state and local initiatives never seems to make a difference?  Eakman will not only show you why but also give you the tools to turn the tables on those running the game. 

 

6:00pm - Michael Shaw, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Local Pathways to Global Control

Michael Shaw (Santa Cruz, California) is the founder of Freedom Advocates. He is one of America's leading experts on sustainable development and the ways in which it's designed to rob people of both money and freedoms.  His presentation will give you the information you need to help others understand not only why it's important to fight sustainable development initiatives but also why private property ownership provides superior stewardship of our environment. Mr. Shaw will tailor his remarks to Wisconsin, helping audience members to understand how sustainable development is being implemented here in our own state and what we can do to work successfully against it.

 

There will be a two hour dinner break between the two presentations.

For those traveling from out of town, a special rate will be offered on rooms at the Olympia Resort.  Call and inquire at: (800) 558-9573.

For additional seminar details and further credentials of Beverly Eakman and Michael Shaw, please see the event flier.

See you in Oconomowoc!