Sunday, August 18, 2013

Karen Bracken's Agenda 21 Updates

From Karen Bracken, edited for format:

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These two articles are chilling.  #10 in Part 2 says it all.
 

By Mark Hendrickson

Just a coincidence?
Obama's Marxian policies unveiled.
 
Another victory in our fight for property rights and freedom.  Congratulations to the patriots in Cobb County, GA.
250' apartments catching on in NY.  Of course don't y'all know this is what Americans WANT.  Voluntary today, forced in the future.  Affordable???  $900-$1800 for an appliance box apartment???
 

I was blown away by this page from the Boy Scouts USA.  They actually quote Gro Harlem Brundtland who headed the commission on Sustainable Development in 1983.  Our Common Future was the report printed in 1987 from this commission that gave us the outline for Agenda 21.  This is truly unbelievable.  Time to pull the kids and the grandkids out of the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts etc.   Let them take a course in the Constitution with their time instead of attending these indoctrination groups.
 
 
New 2013 HUD requirements equate to forced integration.  I have done a lot of research on this subject since I first heard about it a year ago.  Basically, if your city/county takes HUD money the government will tell them how many affordable housing units must be built for poor blacks and hispanics.  If you don't have the blacks/hispanics to fill those housing units you must find them.  But you will build the units and the government will tell you how many to build.  Now these people will come into your neighborhood, use your schools and all other resources and provide no additional tax base.  Your taxes go up, crime goes up and you have new registered Democrats to dilute your voter base.  
 
I also suggest reading Stanley Kurtz's book Spreading the Wealth: How Obama Will Rob the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities.  He laid it all out several years ago and he is spot on.  He even talks about Common Core.  I suggest your City Council and County Commission be put on notice.  No federal money from HUD for any reason.
 

Karen Bracken - I WILL NOT COMPLY - WILL YOU?
The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests”- Patrick Henry
To fix "THE SYSTEM" We must become "THE SYSTEM" - k. bracken
"The change we seek has always required great struggle and great sacrifice." - Barack Hussein Obama
"The man who speaks to you of sacrifice, speaks of slaves and masters. And intends to be the master." - Ayn Rand

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Special note to those who, not without reason, think anyone concerned about "these people" is a racist: Reread--she's not talking about African-Americans and Latinos who have jobs, who have family connections in your city or county, who are already part of your community, or who would contribute anything to your city or county. HUD is not concerned about them. They're already in your neighborhood; you probably know some of them. HUD is concerned specifically about "blacks and hispanics" recruited from the broader category of welfare cases. They are concerned specifically about constructing new slums in neighborhoods where people may have been poor, and houses may have been shabby, but people and houses have been keeping themselves above the level of urban slums and housing projects. 

The case could be made, and I've tried to make it in a previous post, that HUD is the party engaging in racism...talking about "blacks and hispanics" only within the context of people who take more from the community than they give to it, ignoring (a) low-income working people of any color who'd rather earn the money to rent a decent house than wait for a rathole apartment to be handed to them, (b) more affluent working people of any color, and (c) members of real minority groups, some of whom are poor and might also need affordable housing...who might, specifically, need lower real estate taxes that would allow them to stay in their home communities.
 
For new readers, this is all part of "Agenda 21," a Marxist-influenced visionary scheme to "equalize" living conditions between the affluent/democratic/English-speaking countries and the countries whose economies have been ruined by tribal, feudal, or dictatorial governments. The vision is that all the beautiful rural country will be "nationalized" (for the next generation to clear-cut, strip-mine, and otherwise destroy) while ordinary people will be "rescued" from the burden of working on farms and owning businesses, herded into slums, and ultimately thinned out through the natural forces that relieve overcrowding. Apparently the leaders of nations that have been subjected to socialism, in the twentieth century, believe that their people will feel a little better about their miseries if Americans become miserable too.
 
Americans don't like to believe that human brains can work this way...but history shows that it's happened. Remember the thousands of Chinese families who bought into the fad of binding their daughters' feet so that some poor little princess, born with deformed feet hundreds of years ago, wouldn't feel inferior to children who could run and play? It is hard to underestimate the stupidity of the kind of people who buy everything that's marketed on television. Not only is it possible that people overseas can buy into "Agenda 21," it's not inconceivable that they've sold some Americans on "Agenda 21." And if you're looking for people with more money than common sense, a room full of social workers would be a great place to look.
 
Gentle Readers, especially the 30 to 40 percent of you who live in other countries: As an American I care about the living conditions of people overseas. I've also seen firsthand that, if we want to help those who have less, giving everything we have to thieves and scam artists is the worst possible way to do anything for the people we want to help. The United States need to continue providing a good example for other countries, not subjecting ourselves to the bad ideas that have ruined other countries' economies. The United Nations needs to be teaching "Third World" member nations about democracy, rather than allowing them to drag the rest of the world down into socialism.