Dystopic novel is a sleight-of-hand technique to keep the public focused on bogeymen, while the pillaging of the middle class continues unabated.
When the Corporate Elite tells us we need to be afraid of something, they almost always expect to make some money off our fear.
From the same people who brought us the "Ground Zero Victory Mosque," FEMA concentration camps, and every single George Soros conspiracy theory, comes a brand new hyper-paranoid threat-to-America's-sovereignty that, they say, should scare the hell out of all of us.
It goes by the name of Agenda 21, which just so happens to be the title of Glenn Beck's new dystopic novel.
Billed as, "more frightening than anything Orwell could have envisioned," Beck's Agenda 21 paints a disturbing picture of America following the implementation of the United Nation's Agenda 21, which is actually a real life UN initiative, though not nearly as nefarious as Beck would have us all believe.
The book's tagline reads: "This used to be called America. Now it is just 'the Republic.' There is no president. No congress. No freedom."
Over at GlennBeck.com you can watch a movie trailer made specifically for the book featuring grizzled Americans lined up on the streets in a post-Soviet winter landscape reeking of desperation, waiting for tiny morsels of food to be parceled out by "the authorities."
Reminiscent of both Nazi concentration camps and the Book of Revelation, everyone's foreheads are tattooed with identification numbers - and in homage to Sarah Palin's "death panels," one scene in the trailer depicts an emaciated, scraggly-haired old man loaded on to a conveyor belt and sent into a burning furnace.