Skip to comments.Social Engineering Bill In Senate Will Force You Into City
Posted on 09/12/2010 2:34:36 PM PDT by Natural Born 54
A social engineering bill to restrict residence in the suburbs and rural areas and force Americans into city centers has passed the United States Senate Banking Committee and is on the fast track to passage in the Senate.
The bill is called the Livable Communities Act (SB 1619) and it was introduced by corruptocrat outgoing Senator Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.). It seeks to fulfill the United Nation’s plan Agenda 21, adopted at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and signed onto by “New World Order” President George H.W. Bush.
This bill is designed to destroy your community. According to the non-profit American Policy Center the bill:
(Excerpt) Read more at personalliberty.com ...
Of all the reasons I consider myself a conservative, it’s bills like that absolutely chill me to the bone and make me glad I’m one. Hard to explain why.
Maybe it’s just the thought of elitists subtly trying to impose the will upon the rest of us. It’s subtle so they can do without the average person even understanding why.
I hope it doesn’t pass.
Are they establishing a Soviet-style central
govt .. or what ?????
And where’s the gulag ??
Well, this is not the Lord, but this is the Gulag and we're going to work on this. Thank you for the ping!
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Thank you for posting the bill. But I’ll admit I’m too lazy to go through the whole thing with the fine-tooth comb it deserves. Could you (or anyone else) please let me know which specific sections are the offending ones? (I know that’s the usual way these things are done — bury the “dynamite” deep in the cow doo of the rest of the bill!) I looked at the liked article hoping to find that information, but it was not specific about which sections are the problems. Thanks!
Put it on the repeal list. GD those people!
I moved to the country about 6 months ago. Back home actually. I don’t think people in this area will take to the idea of Government telling you where to live.
On the other hand, the criminals in our government are so D@#$ sneaky that average people won’t know what hit them until it is too late.
Life in these United States just seems sureal these days. I think your tagline is very appropriate for this situation.
It makes you wonder just what else we’ve never heard of, doesn’t it?
BTW, I’m in Oregon and having been living this nightmare for quite some time...which is why I live in the country.
However, living in the Oregon countryside has it’s drawbacks. For instance, if you want to build a home on five acres, you have to work the land and make (at last look) at least $80K for three years straight, or for three of five years. How many five acre plots can make that kind of money without working it to death?
If you have land that’s zoned for agriculture, you have to have, say, fruit trees and/or farm animals.
I could go on, and on, and on...but you get my drift.
We found one of the last pieces of land that was zone RR. That’s our only saving grace...and I thank God for it. Otherwise, I would be picking up hazelnuts or gathering chicken eggs every day just to be able to keep my home.
To get into the details, go to the source of the bill; the goals derive from this:
If you go through the outline on the above page, you'll see where this bill wants to take us because we know it is based on UN Agenda 21.
Sounds like Warsaw, late 1930s to me.
SEC. 3 PURPOSES all by itself is right out of Beijing’s Great Hall of the People — Five Year Plan for Community Policing by the CCP.
But the American people will just roll over to this.
This bill, just as the Health Garbage Bill, claims to CONTROL COSTS!!!!
We must find a way to clearly articulate to the American electorate, that every time the federal government talks about “controlling” costs, their glossary defines that as RAISING costs. “Control” to them means to “control it higher and higher.”
Social Engineering Bill In Senate Will Force You Into City
. . . . Check out article and # 61. Other interesting comments here, too.
[Thanks, Natural Born 54.]
The really chilling phrase that kept jumping out at me was
It conjures the image of something being located conveniently close to a rail spur.
What makes you say that? Sorry for questioning your statement but I’ve heard that before and then presto a bill becomes law.
Very interesting information on “Agenda 21” and “sustainable development” at the link below:
Thanks to all who responded with information for me to read. I am trying to get a handle on it. Most of what I read so far sounds like the typical, ideological, gobbely-gook that jealous people cooked up to make it look like they have concerns for our country. If I didn't care about the children and generations ahead I would just be happy that I am old and would crawl back into the comfort of my bed as the country goes down the tubes. Laws like this make Freedom almost a phantom thought anymore.
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