Rock River Patriots Meeting Friday August 24th

Hello Patriots,

The Rock River Patriots are having a meeting on Friday August 24th in Fort Atkinson at 6pm.  We will be meeting in the community room of the Dwight Foster Library, located at 209 Merchants Avenue in Fort Atkinson.

At this meeting we will discuss the primary election results as well as current events and initiatives.  Kirsten Lombard, from the WI 9/12 Project, will be giving a presentation on Green Tier.

This will definitely be an informative meeting.  Hope to see you all there!

ReminderUPCOMING EVENT – September 15th at Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc, WI

Mark your calender! The Rock River Patriots and the WI 9/12 Project welcome you to an informative seminar on UN Agenda 21 featuring Michael Shaw from Freedom Advocates.  We also welcome Beverly Eakman to speak on how to counter Group Manipulation Tactics!  These well-known speakers will provide essential knowledge to understand and counter UN Agenda 21.

The process of creating “consensus” is a tool used to further a predetermined globalist outcome.  Learn the techniques that will be used against you and the means to counter them!

The seminar will begin at 1pm with Beverly Eakman focusing on Countering Group Manipulation Tactics.  There will be a break for dinner from 4-6pm.  At 6pm we will resume the seminar with Michael Shaw speaking on Agenda 21.  His presentation will conclude with information specific to how Agenda 21 is being implemented in Wisconsin.

Discounted rooms will be available for those who are traveling a long distance.  A printable flier will follow soon!

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One Response

  1. Perhaps Representative Loudenbeck should come and hear the other side of the story!
    http://www.wispolitics.com/1006/PRLoudenbeck2_3_12.pdf
    “Madison, WI…Representative Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) was recently appointed to serve a three-year term as a Green Tier Advisor for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). She is now part of a team of experts who advise DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp on matters related to Wisconsin’s Green Tier Law.
    Wisconsin’s Green Tier Law unleashes the potential of the regulated community to protect the environment and grow the economy.

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