Regionalization of resources by non-elected administrators
Local and regional efforts to control water hold that private water usage is causing salt water intrusion, polluted water, and supply shortages. A conglomeration of local and international government and non-government organizations insist that the solution to these problems is to monitor individual water usage under regionalized control. These groups are now in advanced stages of implementing programs that subjugate water use and citizen water rights to regional control by non-elected officials.
While the stated end of creating a "sustainable" water system seems noble in intent, the means rely on subjugating constitutionally protected private property rights to non-elected bureaucrats. Their practices have already resulted in engineered crisis and a degraded environment. The ultimate consequences of political efforts to de-privatize water in the name of sustainable watershed will lead to manufactured shortages, inadequate water supplies for human needs, and will cause further damage to the local ecology.
We object to having those whose policies created current water problems continue to further entrench their power base by presenting themselves as those who can solve the problems—while continuing to successfully place blame for the problems upon property owners, business people, farmers, sports enthusiasts, and those who have openly opposed their policies.
It is our position that:
* There is more than adequate water in Santa Cruz County to meet needs of humans, while supporting and enhancing the environment.
* Educate the public about the cause of county water problems.
Government intervention has created county housing crisis
County government policies have methodically undermined private property and escalated home values beyond affordability range for average citizens.
County government policies have methodically undermined private property and escalated home values beyond affordability range for average Santa Cruz County citizens.
A government-engineered housing shortage, with calls for citizen-subsidized housing as the solution.
Private property is protected by the Constitution of the United States. Local government should be involved in protecting, not restricting private property.
Educate Santa Cruz County citizens about the history of housing policies, how current government leaders have caused today’s problems, and how continued implementation of the policies will lead to continued erosion of private property.
Influence changing voting patterns to elect officials who are responsive to Santa Cruz County citizens and who honor private property guarantees of the Constitution of the United States.
Human beings and the Endangered Species Act
EARTH IDOLATRY - AGENDA 21
Truth in Action Ministries. View 9 minute video here.
IS U.N. AGENDA 21 IN YOUR TOWN, COUNTY, STATE?
You can identify Agenda 21 policies and plans in your own city, county, or state. Arizona Researcher, Debra Niwa ferrets it out. Click here.
FREEDOM ADVOCATES NEWS and HELPFUL TOOLS
A21 News Digest, Agenda 21 News provides relevant news and information exhibiting and/or explaining Sustainable Development - Agenda 21. Agenda21News.com should be viewed along with the permanent resources here at Freedom Advocates. Check out Agenda21News.com and sign up
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5th printing pamphlet with new additions: Understanding Sustainable Development - Agenda 21 for the People and their Public Officials
A picture is worth a thousand words - over 50 incisive and humorous illustrations: UNsustainable Cartoons
INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL, "ICLEI" WORKS AT LOCAL LEVEL
To get started, review the foundational ICLEI Primer.
For the more advanced, Misprision of Treason Primer provides a guideline on how to present a Misprision of Treason notice and what
types of documents you need as evidence. Watch Michael Shaw's Misprision
of Treason Notice deliveries:
Alameda County Board of Supervisors
Santa Cruz County Supervisor Ellen Pirie
Heather Gass ties the One Bay Area Plan to U.N. Agenda 21 and ICLEI, and informs the ABAG/MTC board that local elected city officials, with ties to ICLEI, are in violation of Article 1 Section 10 of the U.S. Constitution. Hear Heather speak at the 1:02:00 mark in this audio of the 12/14/12 meeting.
S.M.A.R.T. = Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Relevant, Timely
For links to articles, documents and information on Stacy Lynne's story, click here
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT HAS MANY FACES
"If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle." --Sun Tzu
Freedom Advocates Speaks
Michael Shaw explains:
The Ultimate War: Globalism vs. America
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 globalist organizations, 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.
Part 1 - General Overview of Agenda 21
(updated June 2012)
Part 2 - Local Applications:
Jefferson County, Wisconsin - 9/15/12
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 6/14/12
Fresno, California - 10/29/11
Santa Rosa, California - 8/6/11
West Los Angeles, California - 5/29/11
Fort Worth, Texas - 3/19/11
Amador County, California - 3/10/11
Central Florida (Parts 1&2) - 2/26/11
San Marcos, Texas - 10/28/10
Austin, Texas - 10/27/10
San Antonio, Texas - 10/25/10
Little Rock, Arkansas - 10/22/10
Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas - 10/19/10
Aptos, CA (Radio Liberty Seminar) - 10/17/10
Southern Oregon - 10/9/10
Tacoma, Washington - 8/21/10
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania - 8/12/10
Olympic Peninsula, Washington - 7/17/10
Santa Cruz, California - 6/9/10
Colorado - 4/17/10
Hamilton, Montana - 3/2/10
Los Angeles, California - 2/21/10
Radio Liberty Speech:
Globalism through Regionalism
- Central California - 10/23/11
Jefferson County, Wisconsin
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Santa Rosa, California
Globalism through Regionalism
Fort Worth, Texas
Amador County, California
San Marcos, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
Little Rock, Arkansas
Aptos, CA (Radio Liberty)
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
Santa Cruz, California