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Agenda 21 and its plan for increased government control in the name of environmentalism is already creeping into our everyday lives. One recent example is the plastic bag ban that just went into effect in the Infowars hometown of Austin, TX. This latest government regulation is part of Austin's "green" initiative and denies individuals and private businesses the ability to use standard plastic bags. The government is now telling you how you can bag your own purchases. This applies not just to grocery stores, but to all stores across Austin, TX. Similar bans are being proposed and passed throughout the United States.
In the face of this latest government dictate, the Infowars Minuteman Tote Bag was created. To comply with the new law, citizens are being forced to purchase reusable bags. If you are being forced to purchase a reusable bag, it might as well be one that helps spread the message of liberty and helps support the struggle against such government interference in our daily lives. The problem isn't reusable bags, a high quality reusable bag can be extremely useful; the problem is government regulation taking away the ability for individuals and private businesses to make their own decisions.
Wake people up to the dangers of Agenda 21 and all the other issues Alex Jones and Infowars work to expose. The Infowars Minuteman Tote Bag is a great bag for trips to farmers markets, libraries, and grocery stores to name just a few. You can also use them to pack for your next trip to the beach or park. Do you like to do arts and crafts? This bag is a great way to carry around your supplies. Measuring 13x10x15 inches, it is spacious enough to carry large loads and is made with heavy-duty 100gsm non-woven polypropylene. Its 20-inch long reinforced handles and covered cardboard bottom ensure durability and convenience with every use. With its patriotic Minuteman design that includes Infowars.com, it is a great everyday way to help spread our message of truth and freedom.