Traveling through the suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota, you see yard signs scattered lightly through the neighborhood. Talking with the owners, you learn that many "like the words" from the sign but admit they don't know what the various groups represented actually stand for.
Who can disagree with the phrase "black lives matter"? But when you put a sign in your yard, you're not just sharing nice words; you're promoting political groups with very specific agendas that go far beyond nice phrases.
This sign is the entire globalist agenda boiled down to 29 words. Their God is the Earth itself. People who have been oppressed in the past should have the right to extra benefits at the expense of the descendants of those who oppressed them. This includes blacks, women, foreign citizens and gays. Rich countries should be forced to pay less fortunate countries, and their borders should be left wide open.
There are no morals or freedom of religion - no reference to family, hard work, entrepreneurship, free speech or open-mindedness. If you disagree with our peaceful message, you are less than human and should lose your job and be threatened with violence.
But the globalist agenda is not their plan of action, but pleasant words they use to enlist uninformed people as pawns in their quest for world control.
While the words are nice, it's like a contract with terms that sound too good to be true, until you read the fine print and it's too late.