Skip to comments.100 square foot “Apodments” a display of U.N. Environmental fascism
Posted on 09/17/2013 10:11:38 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
I do not come here to lose my freedom; I beg you-get out of Seven/50. Do Not Destroy Our Freedom, a political refugee from Romania pleaded with the St. Lucie County (FL) Commissioners recently.(1) In chilling details she told the silent room what it was like to live in the Communist country under the brutal dictator Nicolae Ceausescu during the l980s.
General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party from 1965 to 1989, Ceausescu maintained strict controls over free speech and the media; internal dissent was NOT tolerated, according to Wiki. His violent, repressive, brutal regime was overthrown in December of l989 and he and his wife were executed by firing squad eight days later. Communist Party and Soviet bloc control fell.
The political refugee in St. Lucie sought and was granted asylum here in the United States. She now is using all of her new found freedoms to protest the adoption of a United Nations Regionalism scheme, especially on the east coast of Florida but also throughout the 11 nation wide regions being sliced and diced by unelected federal bureaucrats thanks to huge grants from HUD and other Obama administration agencies. I am opposed to Seven/50. . .to the loss of our property rights by UN Agenda 21 (and) the NWO Communist...
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your own un jail cell. convenient.
come here fishy....
One thing that disappoints me when I see dystopian screeds like this, is how very little actual tracing is actually made between these “shocking” circumstances and the dystopian program in question, or what kind of political anchor the program has. It’s almost as if these were written by “anti” trolls just to see how much the gullible crowds swallow them then to point and laugh.
For one thing I want to know who’s living in these quarters, cramped by US standards for residences (however they are the size of a medium motel room in which I once stayed for months due to employment needs and somehow didn’t perish of overcrowding) — and why.
America is in big trouble and we would be lying to say otherwise. However, some remnant of the glorification of God is still here. Don’t diss what God has done; at the same time, be bold about looking to God to make it better. Demons, whatever they are, melt before God. We don’t have to keep a list of a jillion conspiring enemies. God already has that list — and if these are people, often God removes them from the enemies list by making them into friends!
thing is they know what results are going to occur racking and stacking people like this. they know. they want chaos. they engineer it so creates the desired problems and they can clamp down on it and claim they’re fixing the problem.
Can someone provide a picture that shows more than teasing views here? It sounds a lot like a motel to me.
See the article linked in post #8
Amen! Perfect love casts out fear!
Shared kitchen. I couldn’t do that. I’d have to do dishes like every day.
“and if these are people, often God removes them from the enemies list by making them into friends!”
Might I mention the idea that gentlemen have no collectivist friends because those things are walking, talking treason.
At last glance, the best and most reliable method of conversion of collectivists to something acceptable in America was calling ALPO, not ‘friending’ them.
“Amen! Perfect love casts out fear!”
The commonly attributed source is unusually reliable.
However, was anything said about casting out the Muslim or the treasonous?
Definitely Jesus’ mileage varies from yours. You denigrate the power of the Cross to transform what you thought was not transformable.
How about removing Satan from same and bringing them back to God (in a unitary action)? God can bless every single thing about them except for their sins (which are removed).
Don’t diss the Cross; what you are going is spiritually akin to what Mapplethorpe did.
going => doing
Which sure doesn’t sound like some sinister implementation of a UN feelgood resolution to me. I mean yes, we shouldn’t let the UN nose into what has worked well in America and gratuitously undermine it. Let them advise all they want; that’s a chief reason they were instituted. And sometimes their advice is even wise — like unforgeable voter ID. But civic efforts are not helped when “WOLF” is cried at what might not even be a little puppy dog.
Given free will and a government based upon premises of that Baby-N-Basket and a somewhat later carpenter, to ask or expect miracles when we can deal with the issues might arguably be presumptuous.
As a nation of free men, we will endure until we commit suicide - which we are, again arguably, well on the way to successfully doing.
As for Muslims converting, wouldn't the Islamic concepts we loosely call “Holy Hypocrisy” make any claims of conversion suspect?
Genesis predicted it 40 years ago.
There have been times when I've lived in places like this when I was working at a remote site. The company had acquired some multi-bedroom apartments in a building. People working at the site would live in one of the bedrooms, and we would share the living room and kitchen. A cleaning lady would show up occasionally, so it was almost like being in a motel room.
Of course, we were professionals who could get along with each other, clean up after ourselves in the kitchen, and not mooch each others food in the common fridge. This sort of living arrangement would cease being workable if you had to share the kitchen and common space with ghetto trash.
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