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March 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

Though much of the content on FreedomAdvocates.org is historical, the concepts remain. For current news and postings on Agenda 21 Sustainable Development, see Freedom Advocates' Fellow, Patrick Wood's website Technocracy News. Sign up to receive his timely news and information. [...]

The Ultimate War: Globalism vs. America

March 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

Michael Shaw With a locally tailored presentation Freedom Advocates President, Michael Shaw presents basic patterns and concepts relating to the Global to Local assault on unalienable rights and individual liberty. Shaw demonstrates how modern political mechanisms including COGs, international policies, and federal implementation of Agenda 21 are now being carried out in local communities. Learn how this occurs and what it is that you must do to turn the tide.

See The Ultimate War: Globalism vs. America speech and video collection (22 locations) here.

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Permit Road Congestion to Increase

December 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

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.

  1. Henry Baker told the Board of Supervisors in 1975: “Permit road congestion to increase; Do not build in anticipation of demand.”
  2. Linda Wilshusen wrote a letter to Supervisor Gary Patton in 1988, saying: “…’traffic management’ has very little to do with science and engineering and a lot to do with sociology, marketing and behavior modification, as well as land use, parking and fuel availability, demographics and the like.”
  3. Supervisor Ellen Pirie told the Aptos Chamber of Commerce in 2004: “If we add this [carpool] lane, then we have more possibilities, because then we have a way of getting people out of their cars.”

For more on deliberate traffic problems, go to Transportation articles.


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Trade: America’s Trump Card

November 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

By Michael Shaw, 11/1/2016 -

Donald Trump is the first major party presidential nominee who has spoken out about globalist trade policy, including multilateral trade deals. If he means what he says and does something about trade, globalism will suffer a possibly terminal fate. No wonder the left and right wing establishments are in such frenzy. And why many Americans around the country are in such a surge.

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Reflexive Law: How Sustainable Development Has Conned Us All

August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Patrick Wood, 8/28/2014 -

Reflexive law was first suggested in 1983 by a German legal scholar, and has since been adopted as the legal framework to implement Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development throughout the world. Reflexive law is destroying all concepts of the traditional Rule of Law upon which Western civilization was founded.

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Regionalism – The Blueprint for Your Serfdom

September 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Michael Shaw, 9/28/2013 -

Did you know that some of your local elected representatives are enabling a shadow government to evolve? These people promote the reinvention of government through their support of, and appointments to, “regional” boards that act like soviet councils. These councils are funded to implement Agenda 21. Federal tax dollars fuel their appeal, but your city and county representatives do not have to go along.

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The Dark Side of Sustainable Development and the Regional One Bay Area Plan

June 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Heather Gass, 6/13/2013 -

Over the past few years, I and many others in the San Francisco Bay Area have been fighting against a plan that seeks to socially re-engineer our lives: the One Bay Area Plan. Over the next 25 to 30 years it will transform the lives of over 9 million people in 9 counties by creating high density stack-and-pack housing next to mass transit, all in the name of saving the planet by reducing GHGs (Green House Gases). Never mind that global warming has already been debunked by thousands of scientists not on the UN’s payroll. The sky is not falling, but our rights are being systematically eroded.

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A Time to Sue: Regionalism Challenged

June 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Freedom Advocates, 6/5/2013 - The plot to transform the San Francisco Bay Area is largely unknown by the residents living there and overwhelmingly opposed by those who do know. The global boiler plate program called One Bay Area (OBA) or Plan Bay Area will roll out across the nation on a grand scale. OBA involves more than $250,000,000,000 (over a quarter of a trillion dollars). [...]

Common Core: Brave New Schools

May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

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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