There is a great co-opting of America, as John has said in times past. For this day after Thanksgiving, we are flashing back to March 2003 to a round table discussion on Steel about consensus thinking with four participants: Charlotte Iserbyt, Sarah Leslie, Steve Goss and Dr. Robert Klenck.
The participants give detailed explanations how consensus thinking is used methodically by governments, churches, private corporations, and schools to confuse people and convince them into going along with hidden agendas. Remember what John has always said about consensus: break the word into two parts, con and senses – you are being conned out of your senses. So beware, enjoy the blast from the past, and marvel at how relevant this information still is today.
When change agents come to your town, you need to be prepared to defend yourself and your community. We crank up the way-back machine for another Throwback Thursday with an interview from September 2013 on Steel on Steel. The guests, Karen Schoen and Steve Goss, discuss who change agents are, the tactics they employ, and the language they use to try and influence the crowd. They then give tips on how to challenge these agents. First, think about what they're saying and then ask specific questions to draw out the truth of what they're doing. It's important to expose change agents' real agenda so you can keep unwanted policies from infiltrating your community.
130037 09/14/2013 What do change agents do? This is not an idle question, because all sorts of agendas are being imported into local communities by well-funded foundations sponsoring change agents […]