By Freedom Advocates, 12/21/2016
The "Real Reason for New York City's Traffic Nightmare" shows parallels to earlier times in Santa Cruz, California. The common link connecting the policies of cities, big and small, east and west, is the implementation of Agenda 21, Chapter 7 - Human Settlements.
Henry Baker, Deputy Director of the Planning Department (circa 1972) told the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors that in order to gain public transit patronage, they would have to bait people with a carrot and discipline them with a stick. “Make it easy to use,” he said, “with reliable service and improved scheduling, and it will be attractive. But if that doesn’t work, make auto usage difficult, costly, and inconvenient. Permit road congestion to increase.” [emphasis added]
The quote above preceded the creation of Santa Cruz County, California's Transit Corridor Plan, which is designed to reduce lanes and cause road congestion to increase.
For more on deliberate traffic problems, go to Transportation articles.
By Cherie Zaslawsky, 5/31/2013 -
The much touted Common Core Standards (CCS) Initiative that is being pushed as a silver bullet to improve our schools is not simply the latest fad in education: CCS is actually an unprecedented program that would radically alter our entire K-12 educational system, affecting content (i.e. curriculum), delivery (largely via computer), testing (also via computer), teacher evaluations (connected to test scores), as well as creating an intrusive database of sensitive information from student “assessments.”[...]
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By Elry Falkenstein III, 9/12/2012 -
In 2007, George W. Bush issued Executive Order 13434, called "National Security Professional Development," a military-industrial cartellization dressed as security. Section 1 states: "In order to enhance the national security...it is the policy of the United States to promote the education, training, and experience of current and future professionals in national security positions in executive departments and agencies." Barack Obama, the first US President to chair the United Nations Security Council, said in a 2008 speech, "We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve gotta have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded." The "education, training and experience" of "current and future" professionals is rooted in Ch. 36 of the United Nations "global to local action" plan, Agenda 21 and is brought to us by both Republican and Democrat Presidents.[...]
By Cherie Zaslawsky, 7/15/2012 -
Whether you follow the money or follow the science, it becomes all too clear that the 1% is out to own the world and everyone and everything in it...and this is why we need to fight every aspect of Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, including: Smart Growth, the Grand Boulevard Initiative, Climate Action Plans, Carbon Taxes, Cap-and-Trade, California’s onerous pieces of legislation AB 32 and SB 375 etc.—to remain a free people in a free Republic.[...]
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