Role of Non Governmental Organizations and How City Planners Make Dupes of Citizens Through the Delphi Method and in so Doing Undermine our Representative Government. Continue reading
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How Regional Governments Will Destroy Our Local Representative Government and Hastens a One World Order
It is impossible to create a One World Order unless borders are completely eliminated. Take the European Union as an example. All the nations of the European Union share the same currency, have a free flow of people across their borders, have a central tax system with the means to enforce collections, and a common court system. That said, are they really sovereign anymore? Do their borders serve any function anymore? After all, there is a reason they are called the European Union. Continue reading →
Ohio House Bill 237 will attempt to stop the implementation of Common Core in Ohio. It is critical, if you live in Ohio, to call your state representative NOW, and tell him/her to support HB237.
Here is the actual language of the bill, as well as the co-sponsors of the bill. Continue reading →
Grants are Used as a Major Tool to Implement Agenda 21
As one looks at the financial crisis in which one finds the United States, whether one sees this as a bad or a good thing depends on one’s point of view. If the federal government wishes to create voluntary compliance at a local level with certain federal goals, would not making grants available to cash-starved local governmental entities, grants with strings attached, not be an effective way to create compliance? Making matters worse is that the grant money the government uses to create local compliance is your tax dollars. Continue reading →
Recently the author of this newsletter gave a speech in front of the Ohio Liberty Coalition, the umbrella organization for the various conservative grassroots organizations in Ohio. This video is an overview of many of the lessons on this site. Three other speakers, each with their own expertise, were included within the 55 minute time frame.
Below is a chart which lists the various topics that are covered within the speech, which Lessons of this website are being highlighted, the name of the speaker for that section, and the approximate minute-mark when each section begins and ends.
The entire 55 minute video is well worth watching either as an individual, or as a presentation for a larger group.
|Lesson #||Topic of speech||Speaker||Approximate location on video|
|0-2 minutes mark|
|1, 2, 3,||*Summary of Agenda 21
* How federal regulations infringe on property rights.
*How conservation easement infringe on property rights.
|Eileen DeRolf||2-23 minutes mark|
|6,7,9||* How regional boards usurp local control using grants.||Kim Laurie||23-31 minutes mark|
|4,6,7||*A tragic example of how a regional board used federal tax dollars to force eminent domain abuse.||Jennie Granato||31-39 minute mark|
|3,7||*How the federal government nudged Ohio to create heavy-handed septic regulations.||Eileen DeRolf||39-47 minute mark|
|10||*How to make a No Trespassing sign into a legal document.||Jon Eels:||47-55 minute mark|
To watch this video, please click on this link.
This sad story shows how difficult, as Al Gore said, “the wrenching transformation of society” will be. The bike paths, walking paths, and mass transit lines for our new human settlements are being forced onto private property over the objections of the individuals who are being forced to sacrifice their land to eminent domain.
The owner of a property in Montgomery County, 85 year old Mary Granato, has been fighting to prevent Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission from having her large trees cut down and her front yard taken through eminent domain. MVRPC has plans to construct a bike path within 8 feet of her front door. This battle for property rights has been going on for most of a year.
This story ends even more tragically than normal. On July 31, 2013, while the county, against Mary’s wishes, was cutting down the mature trees immediately in front of her 150 year old house, Mary had a heart attack and died. To read about the struggle Mary has had since last October to stop this infringement of her property rights, please click here. link
Below is the story written in the Dayton Daily News on August 4, 2013 after Mary’s death.
The death of an 85-year-old Washington Twp. woman could postpone work on the stretch of Austin Boulevard running past her home. Continue reading →
Sustainable Development ideas often are presented as beneficial ideas. Ideas that will help the individual and/or the environment, and possibly do-at least in the short haul. But, when one is dealing with Agenda 21 policy, it is critical to always keep the end game in mind. The end game is to move the human population into a pack and stack situation in the human settlements, where all of their food and fiber needs must be obtained from the land immediately around the human settlements. To achieve this end game it is critical that humans are slowly conditioned to believe that it is a great idea to buy locally grown food. It is only later that they will find out that they will be the ones growing this food, and that there will be no alternatives. Continue reading →
All right everyone, take a deep breath!!
I am not a mind reader. But right about now I would guess you could use some good news. This has been a tough-but important-set of lessons to learn. That is why I am going to end this lesson on a series of positive notes. Continue reading →
Never leave home without it-“it” being knowledge of how the Delphi Method is used against the citizen by City Planners and NGO’s- especially if you are heading to a meeting being held by these same folks to decide important decisions about your community: link
The proponents of Agenda 21 are brilliant stategists. They know that it is hard to fight something that looks like a good idea. That is the case when you go to the Clean Ohio Fund website. Many of the things that are discussed sound great. The photos just make you feel all warm and fuzzy. Put your critical thinking hat on and use the knowledge you acquired during this course. Continue reading →