Deeply embedded in local governments is the equity blueprint, sustainability, and Agenda 2030 that drives policies and programs. It is fundamentally a Marxist paradigm.


How ‘Equity’ Has Been Embedded in Minnesota for Decades

In Minnesota, local jurisdictions through Regional Development Commissions (RDC) drive state legislation and state administrative policies and practices. Julie Quist of CPL explains the history, how regional government operates, and how equity over the years has been woven into Minnesota down to the local level. [Read More ]


  • Minnesota Regional Government (PDF)
    Julie Quist, in this slide presentation, explains the depth of regional government top down in Minnesota linked to the UN Sustainable Goals and more. Planned and being executed throughout the state.
  • United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
    The United Nations has developed 17 Goals to Transform Our World that were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15-year plan to achieve the goals. These goals revolve around the “climate emergency.” Most local governing bodies are using the Agenda 2030 governance model and goals in their decision making.


  • Globalism Defined (PDF)
    Seventeen of the key fronts in the globalist war. Cultural Marxism of Antonio Gramsci and Paulo Freire is the dominant worldview of globalism carried into regional governance. All words or actions that promote the globalist agenda of one-world Marxist government are seen as good. Opposition to this philosophy is seen as bad.
  • Will Your Children Soon Be Eating Bugs?
    The globalists are promoting imminent climate collapse to fundamentally transform how and what we farm, eat, consume, and drive. Which is why we now see a growing push to eat bugs to “save the planet.”