This is an excellently written article that explains how the federal government created regionalism with the intent of using it to replace local control and as an aid in taking our private property rights. When local government meets their short term needs by accepting grants from their regional governement, local government is cooperating in the very process that will make local control obsolete. Please click on this link to learn more. link
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This an excellent article by long time opponent of Agenda 21, Michael Shaw. He will explain how regionalism is a key strategy in implementing Agenda 21 in our communities and a threat to our representative government: link
Regional Governments in Ohio
The Ohio Association of Regional Councils comprises 23 agencies serving more than 1,500 municipalities, villages, townships and counties and representing 10,500,000 residents of those communities around the state.
The regional governments in Ohio collectively have the ability over time to break down America’s Constitutionally formulated government structure.
Agenda 21 is being implemented through the use of grants, indoctrination, and regulation. Once the majority of the population has been “trained” to accept these new policies, it is time to bring the last of the “resistors” into compliance through intimidation. This very disturbing video was done as an advertisement in 2010 in the United Kingdom (United Kingdom is further down the path of Agenda 21 than is the U.S.) to “encourage” the population to reduce their energy usage by 10% in 2010. PLEASE KNOW THAT THIS VIDEO IS VERY GRAPHIC AND NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN.
Agenda 21 policies and ideas have been being slipped into the fabric and language of America for many decades. Below are words and phrases that should send up a red flag telling you that it is a distinct possibility that a sustainable development policy is being slipped past you. However, if in doubt, first do some research to be sure. Continue reading →
In their own words:
“Star Communities are communities that are willing to abide by a national framework and performance-management system that will finally allow local governments to measure and rate these communities sustainability performance. This framework for sustainability encompasses the social, economic and environmental dimensions of community, and includes a rating system that drives continuous improvement and fosters competition. There will be an online system that gathers, organizes, analyzes, and presents information required to meet sustainability goals.” Continue reading →