by Rep. Charles Wilson (R – Caledonia-3)
In Vermont and in the United States, God and our Constitution cannot fall to Socialism unless we allow it to. Today’s deterioration of God, family and community is a result of a hidden plan. This is not a conspiracy theory or an opinion but an actual written plan for anyone to look up the U.N. 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and then Global Governance. Please look up and judge for yourselves as this is written and has been published but governments do not let people know until it is too late.
The U.N.’s goal is to bypass our Constitutional Republic of laws and install a “one world government, religion and law enforcement.” They have created very specific rules to limit the behavior of individuals, companies, and organizations that cover all aspects of human life. They will use land, farming, water, green belts, conservation areas, “new” vocabulary, the press and media as well as businesses, politicians, schools, colleges and all those who are gullible, uneducated to “What is Really Going On” or those who could care less and just think everything is fine. Then of course there’s climate change, everything to electric, public health, Covid variants, diversity, human rights, taxes, gun control, abortions in order to weave Global Governance into all aspects of our lives. This is exactly why the world, the U.S.A. and Vermont are in chaos. The cost of living is too high and the burden is too heavy for many.
Our United States Constitution states “We the People in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, ensure Domestic Tranquility, provide for the Common Defense, promote the general Welfare and secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain (set in place) and establish this Constitution of the United States.”
-We can stop the U.N. if we hold fast to the Liberty that makes us free; perfect or not.
The author is a Lyndon resident, House representative for Caledonia-3, and a Republican. He sits on the Committee on Agriculture, Food Resiliency and Forestry.