Last month, the watchdog group Better Georgia managed to record nearly a full hour of a four-hour closed door meeting of Republican state senators which was convened by Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) to discuss President Obama's efforts to brainwash Americans on behalf of the United Nations.
The briefing, held on October 11th at the Georgia state Capitol, was led by truther/birther Field Searcy, a conservative activist deemed too extreme by the local Tea Party, and revolved around Agenda 21 — the voluntary, non-binding UN effort to promote sustainable development that has riled conspiracy theorists for years.
In the video Better Georgia volunteer Seth Clark managed to capture before being "escorted out," Searcy can be heard describing Agenda 21 as a "conspiracy to transform America from the land of the free, to the land of the collective."
Of course, he isn't alone in believing in a sinister UN plot to transform its members into communist dictatorships through forced urban relocation and population growth suppression: Alabama, Tennessee, and Kansas have all passed legislation banning the implementation of the Agenda 21 action plan (Arizona and Georgia have also attempted to pass similar legislation).
They do that by a process known as the Delphi technique. The Delphi technique was developed by the Rand Corporation during the Cold War as a mind-control technique. It's also known as "consensive process." But basically the goal of the Delphi technique is to lead a targeted group of people to a pre-determined outcome while keeping the illusion of being open to public input.
A slide then shown to the senators compared Obama efforts to improve conditions in rural communities by encouraging collaborations and partnerships to Stalin's "Five Year Plan" and Mao's "Great Leap Forward," with the overt suggestion being that the president was leading the country down a path to genocide.
Whether the Georgia lawmakers in attendance took Searcy's mind-control conspiracy to heart remains to be seen, but they certainly got their money's worth. Literally: According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "several senators claimed their per diem for attending the session."