Strong Cities Network


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Warnings about the Strong Cities Network have been making their way around the internet in the last few weeks. The initiative has drawn a new round of UN world government/Agenda 21 claims from a variety of conspiracy websites.

The root source of CT concerns is a speech given by Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the United Nations on September 29th.

Kris Anne Hall, who describes herself as “an attorney and former prosecutor who travels the country teaching the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents,” seems to be one of the leading voices against the Strong Cities Network in the CT community.

She has posted a video on Youtube outlining her main problems with the Strong Cities Network.

It makes for some interesting listening. Hall takes exception to virtually every part of the speech, from the greetings offered by Lynch, to every mention of the word “global,” which she takes to mean the globalization of the United States, the loss of sovereignty, the end of constitutional rights, the introduction of a global police force, etc. Hall concludes at 5:51 that the Strong Cities Network represents “a complete and total attack on who were are.”

Although Hall denies cherry picking, she skips right over the second paragraph of the speech, which identifies the nature of the threat, and avoids examples of local social programs designed to reduce the likelihood of violent extremism.

The Attorney General’s entire speech is here:

It is pretty obvious that the intent of the program is to support local initiatives

The Strong Cities Network website is located here

I was a little hard pressed to find any UN involvement at all.

Of course that has never stopped a CT believer before.

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