Republican Women of Clifton to Discuss Sharia Law, the United Nations and the Virginia General Assembly
The Republican Women of Clifton will welcome three distinguished individuals at its February meeting. Dr. Ileana Johnson, the bestselling author of “U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy” will be joined by Stephanie Reis, the founder of the Omaha ACT for America Chapter and property rights advocate Martha Boneta.
“To preserve freedom in America, we must keep informed about the forces working to destroy our liberty so we can combat them,” said RWC President Alice Butler-Short. “Two of those forces are U.N. Agenda 21 and Sharia Law, and our speakers will give us insights into how these are undermining our country.”
Johnson, who was born in Communist Romania, is expected to talk about “how billions of unsuspecting people around the world are being manipulated into compliance by a handful of powerful billionaires – the global governance – all in the name of sustainability, smart growth, and saving the environment,” according to a RWC release.
Reis is the founder and former leader of the Omaha ACT for America Chapter, and will discuss the treatment of women in Islamic society and how she believes the Hijab is a catalyst for Islamic terrorism.
Boneta, the owner of Liberty Farms in the Northern Virginia village of Paris, was threatened with nearly $5,000 in fines for selling produce and crafts and throwing unlicensed events. Consequently, House Bill 1430, the “Boneta Bill,” was proposed in this session of the Virginia General Assembly, and Boneta will provide an update on its status.
The event will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at the Fairview Elementary School, 5815 Ox Road, Fairfax Station.