Political Community Organizing through Places of Worship
By Freedom Advocates
Monday, 02 November 2009 15:52
Church contributions are being used to fund
membership in a Saul Alinsky community organizing group called Industrial Areas
Foundation (IAF). Interfaith Networks
and Congregation Based Community Organizations (CBCO's) are dues paying members of IAF.
There has been considerable discussion regarding the upcoming
Copenhagen Treaty, such that if ratified by our Senate it will cede
U.S. Sovereignty to World Government.
Even with the President's signature the treaty would still have to be
ratified by 67 votes in the Senate, and this is where our efforts
A County Counsel’s Advice Results in a Taking Of Private Property
By Ronald A. Zumbrun
Thursday, 29 October 2009 15:30
L. Eric Chambliss, a civil service employee of the Alameda County Counsel’s office, had risen to the position of Senior County Counsel. He was responsible for advising the Alameda County Board of Supervisors and its agencies on the legality and application of Measure D, approved by the voters of Alameda County on November 7, 2000. Measure D, an “open space” ballot initiative, prohibits development outside the urban growth line in Alameda County, substantially changing Alameda County’s land use policy, particularly in rural areas, and reducing the scope of the County’s urban growth boundary.
The federal court decision Yamagiwa, Trustee v. City of Half Moon Bay was a major victory for those believing that the protection of private property rights is a cornerstone of our constitutional freedom. If the City of Half Moon Bay had the foresight to recognize the
property rights at stake and the high financial exposure to the city, it could have
avoided this whole scenario and allowed the project to proceed.
Food Safety Bills, Like HR 2749 - Misdiagnosis Strikes Again
By Doreen Hannes
Friday, 28 August 2009 10:08
Is there a problem in our food supply? Most people recognize that more issues exist now then in the past several decades. Food safety bills, like HR 2749, that have been put forward in Congress do not address the problems of real food safety in the least. Instead they create new revenue streams for more bureaucrats and further the economic collapse of rural America.
Right now, in your town and neighborhood, policies are being implemented that will ultimately eliminate your freedoms and destroy your way of life. You need to know what's going on to stop this process. Many town officials are selling us out to global regional development with help from the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI): Local Governments for Sustainability. ICLEI is used as one of the mechanisms to undo the political recognition of unalienable rights.
At the U.S. Conference of Mayors in San Francisco on June 5 (World Environment Day), 2005, two documents - the "Green Cities Declaration" and the "Urban Environmental Accords" - were presented. Every mayor in attendance signed them, and because of that, every citizen in America is threatened. The elected officials have signed on (knowingly or not) to the
destruction of property rights and the U.S. Constitution, and now individual citizens must arm themselves with the knowledge of the problem, educate their
fellow citizens, and take back their cities. With knowledge about Green Cities and Sustainable Development,
we are going to be the solution.
The (misnamed) Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (NREPA) is a huge Northwest American land grab. It is being pushed through Congress as HR 980, and proposes that 24 million MORE acres of land (about 38,000 square miles) in five northwestern states be given over to the Wildland’s Project which will ultimately mean that human presence on the land is drastically reduced. Subcommittee hearings were held on May 5th, and the bill has been referred to three committees. Please take the time to learn of the full impact and text of this bill. When land is stolen so is our freedom.
A group dedicated to reforming California government tested its taxation and revenue proposals before a supposedly “friendly audience” at a facilitated “Town Hall” consensus-building meeting in Santa Cruz in mid-March, 2009. They encountered surprising resistance, even from a room filled primarily with self-identified “liberals,” as it dawned on attendees that the proposals would at least grease the skids for higher taxes. Time will tell whether that resistance is echoed or amplified in subsequent meetings held in the Fresno area and Los Angeles.
Santa Cruz County Treasurer-Tax Collector Fred Keeley is at the helm of a movement to repeal Proposition 13 and the 2/3 voting supermajority required for tax increases. The mantra is crisis, crisis, crisis and the claim is that a new organization called "California Forward" can fix it. This use of crisis is meant to scare voters into agreeing to increased taxes.
How Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is paving the way:
The globalist movement adopted a Fabian socialist philosophy long ago. They are in their final push, racing in the open amidst the current chaos in order to take cover under a new and totalitarian political regime. The globalists’ control of the monetary system has given them control over the political system, the state-run academic system, most news and entertainment venues and more.