Amendment 1, which allows the State of Florida to use a percentage of tax dollars collected through the payment of documentary stamps required on any land transaction for more environmental property purchases by the state, will be on the ballot on November 4th.
From Daniel Peterson, Executive Director of Coalition for Property Rights:
“The fact is private owners are better stewards of land than government. Government should not be handed $18 billion of taxpayer money to acquire and control land.
The American dream embraces the principle of private citizens owning and using property as a protection against the potential tyranny of the state. Increased government ownership threatens that principle with no guarantees of better land stewardship.”
Mr. Peterson clearly explains all the reasons why citizens should vote NO on Amendment 1.
Plum Creek Timber Company’s development plans are fast becoming a heated controversy in our community. County Commissioner Mike Byerly is vehemently opposed to Plum Creek and is trying to defeat its plans for development in the eastern portion of Alachua County. This is the opportunity to learn the facts: Who is Plum Creek? What is their goal? How will it benefit Alachua County and the surrounding area? Attend the General Membership meeting tomorrow, Saturday, July 26, 10:00 AM for the facts as we are happy to host Plum Creek’s Rose Fagler for a presentation and answers to your questions.
Could this be Agenda 21 vs Plum Creek? Attend and find out.
Should private property rights be thrown under the bus? You decide!
When: Saturday July 26 2014. 10:00 AM
Location: Countryside Baptist Church, 10926 NW 39th Ave, Gainesville
DON’T MISS IT!
Aah… An interesting look into the future – Fifty years from now.
Today, in the year 2064, as we look back over the last 50 years, it might seem as if the Abundance Revolution was inevitable, since so much wealth was involved. After all, it was wealth just waiting to be unleashed.
Yet paradoxically, on the eve of the Abundance Revolution, many of America’s leaders, on the right as well as the left, were preaching a strict doctrine of overall austerity.
Indeed, as we look back and study the events of 2014, we can see the results of the Green elite’s ideologically-driven effort to squelch even the relatively small amount of prosperity that Americans were then enjoying. That is, it was the Green elites who unwittingly opened the door to the Abundance Revolution and the fantastic increase in wealth that Americans have since realized over the last half-century. Read more at breitbart.com.
In the U.S. and around the world, it’s a weird fad.
Hat tip: Ed Braddy, DeLena May
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Photo credit: http://vegasxau.blogspot.com
The Speech that Rocked Virginia! On may 18th, 2013, EW Jackson inspired Richmond and rocked Virginia! Join the campaign to inspire and unite all Virginians as we rally around our shared values and toward victory in November!
Hat tip: Ron Thornton
This is the kind of government action that can finally bring this country down. While everyone is sidetracked by the IRS, Obamacare and Bernanke this insidious plan to control millions more acres of private property will be the final straw for a weak country with a weak economy. Unless STATE officials recognize the enormity of the National Blueway System and take steps to protect their constituents the federal government will be ”placing 10% of farms into conservation programs and develop Conservation Programs for 75% of farms” among other controls. In Arkansas “The on the ground effects of this plan would absolutely annihilate agriculture within the 60 county area. And agricultural is by far the biggest economic engine within the region. Tourism is far, far behind. And with such a great economy, the idea that tourism is suddenly going to explode as an economic engine is beyond ridiculous. Nonetheless, that is the apparent economic benefit we are all supposed to gain from this designation.”
“According to a statement from the Secretary of the Interior, the plans are to establish 5 National Blueways per year for the next five years ultimately achieving 25 National Blueways throughout the nation.”
Take the time to meet with your state legislators about the National Blueway System. Educate them and let them know you will support their opposition to Florida participating in the program.
Email State Representative Keith Perry http://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Representatives/emailrepresentative.aspx?MemberId=4497&SessionId=75
Email State Senator Rob Bradley http://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/s7
April 1, 2013 by Barb Haselden, Organizer South Pinellas 912 Patriots
As public buses in Pinellas County, Florida get larger and longer, the windows get blacker and blacker. Here we see pictured (right) one of the eight brand new buses delivered in February to add to their ever growing fleet of 200 buses.
Each new bus costs $600,000 courtesy of the taxpayers.
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) justifies the escalated cost of these newer models because they carry 14 more passengers than the older models, they save fuel, however that can be, and most importantly, the buses were purchased through Federal Grant money, so, who cares how much they cost anyway, is the inferred message to the public stated in the Tampa Bay Times.
But why the black windows?
Is anyone in those buses? Who can tell? Do we need the extra 14 seats? Do we need the new buses? Do we need the old buses? What is the actual public transportation need for such excessive spending and agency expansion as we watch countries such as Cyprus grab bank accounts to cover government spending and debt?
Are the bus windows in your town black?
Or perhaps your transit agency has chosen fun graphics on their windows, another effective way of hiding the true occupants as the bus travels from stop to stop, day in and day out. Whenever a bus goes by, as it passes between me and the sun revealing its contents, I try to capture the outlines of the occupants and almost always there are only one or two or maybe as many as five silhouettes seated on the $600,000 mega-bus. Continue reading on: watchdogwire.com.
Cross posted on commonsensepost.com.
Walmart Supercenter on Waldo Road
(Just turn off Waldo Rd. at Walmart and park on the left)
Let’s show which candidate in the race for Mayor cares about East Gainesville!
This action taken by the agency responsible for “sustainability” and “green energy” and “global governance”. We need to opt out and then kick out our most dangerous political enemy: The Unted Nations.
From RoseMarie Newton, Chair of Government for Accountable Ctizens working against United Nations’ Agenda 21 at www.g-a-c.net. We urge you to contact RoseMarie at email@example.com and GET INVOLVED!
“Funded primarily with U.S. tax dollars, the famously corrupt United Nations has hit a new low, awarding a genocidal warlord indicted by an international court for crimes against humanity a seat on its laughable human rights council.
The worst part is that this madness is funded by Americans to the tune of 7-plus billion dollars a year. The American cash keeps pouring in even though the U.N. is pillar of corruption, fraud and mismanagement. Its so-called human rights council is a huge joke with members that are famous for oppressing their citizens and, in many cases, committing atrocious human rights violations. Cuba, Iran and Venezuela are among the offenders.”
Gainesville and Alachua County are members of ICLEI, the local initiative for Agenda 21.
Watch this video…http://web.gbtv.com/media/video.jsp?content_id=23535159&source=GBTV
Promoted by President Obama and his merry band of thieves, The Rio+20 Comference is currently underway in Rio de Janeiro, scheming to take American wealth and distribute to the government winners in “underserved” countries around the world.
“At the Rio+20 Conference, world leaders, along with thousands of participants from governments, the private sector, NGOs and other groups, will come together to shape how we can reduce poverty, advance social equity and ensure environmental protection on an ever more crowded planet to get to the future we want.” Go to this link to see what the countries involved say about it…http://www.uncsd2012.org/about.html
The truth…from Paul Driessen…
“The Agenda 21 and sustainability paradigm also rejects and undermines Adam Smith’s belief that mankind’s natural tendency toward self-interest, profit and self-improvement results in greater prosperity, opportunity, health, welfare and justice for all.”
“Just this week, the Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives released a new report to the United Nations Rio+20 Earth Summit on Sustainable Development. The executive summary of No Future Without Justice begins with the heading, “The World Is in Need of Fundamental Change.” The document then offers “solutions,” which include “universal fiscal equalization” and a “massive and absolute decoupling of well-being from resource extraction and consumption.”
The 18-member Group includes no Americans – but condemns the US and other governments for their dedication to economic growth, rather than wealth redistribution, and demands that governments play a key role in promoting “sustainability” and welfare. They insist that all governments provide universal access to public health care, guaranteed state allowances for every child, guaranteed state support for the unemployed and underemployed, and basic universal pensions and universal social security.”
How fast time flies when we are having fun. It has been 20 years since the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) took place in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. And to celebrate, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD) is being organized in pursuance of General Assembly Resolution 64/236 (A/RES/64/236), and will take place in Brazil on June 20-22, 2012 to mark the 20th anniversary and the 10th anniversary of the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg. I have to give it to them, these folks are resilient. Regardless of the data to the contrary and the Climate Gate data that came out of Great Britain, the UN is still pushing for control and taxing all of us.
Please read this article from the Washington Examiner about the upcoming UN meeting and be prepared to learn more at our Gainesville Tea Party general meeting on Saturday June 23rd when we bring in Agenda 21 expert Victoria Baer.
ATTENTION all hard working United STates citizens: get ready to open your wallets and send the fruits of your labors around the world.
“As European Union Finance Ministers meet on 15 May to coincide with the G-8 Summit in Camp David, a group of United Nations independent experts urged the EU to take the lead in promoting the adoption of a global financial transaction tax to offset the costs of the enduring economic, financial, fuel, climate and food crises, and to protect basic human rights.
“Where the world financial crisis has brought about the loss of millions of jobs, socialized private debt burdens and now risks causing significant human rights regressions through wide-ranging austerity packages, a financial transaction tax (FTT) is a pragmatic tool for providing the means for governments to protect and fulfill the human rights of their people,” said the rights experts on extreme poverty, food, business, foreign debt and international solidarity.
“EU countries must take bold leadership now to pave the way towards what should eventually be a global FTT,” they urged, welcoming recent EU proposals to implement the financial transaction tax across the Eurozone.”
GET INVOLVED! Take the time to sign petitions against the LOST global treaty that will restrain the freedom of our seas effectively impairing our sovereignty and set up another mechanism for the redistribution of our wealth to other countries.
“Americans today are in no mood for subordinating U.S. sovereignty, plus seven-tenths of the world’s surface area, to another entangling global bureaucracy, so advocates are using Orwellian talking points to pretend that LOST would do the opposite.” See http://news.investors.com/article/611579/201205151852/lost-treaty-is-a-bad-deal-for-the-us.htm?p=full
PLEASE go to the following sites to sign the petitions that will be sent directly to those who need to know that we are against LOST! A treaty is forever! There is NO REPEALING A TREATY!
Freedomworks: http://action.freedomworks.org/6852/stop-uns-law-seas-treaty/ After you sign that petition, the next page lets you send an email directly to your reps.
ConservativeActionAlerts: http://petitions.conservativeactionalerts.com/6257/tell-congress-stop-united-nations-lost-treaty/?ifr=820/?src=caa-web Again, after you sign that petition, the next page lets you send an email directly to your reps.
Dick Morris: http://dickmorris.rallycongress.com/6749/fight-treaty-that-cedes-our-sovereignty/
Senator Marco Rubio has signed a letter opposing the convention supporting the treaty:
The Honorable Harry Reid
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510
Dear Mr. Leader,
We understand that Chairman Kerry has renewed his efforts to pursue Senate ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. We are writing to let you know that we believe this Convention reflects political, economic, and ideological assumptions which are inconsistent with American values and sovereignty.
By its current terms, the Law of the Sea Convention encompasses economic and technology interests in the deep sea, redistribution of wealth from developed to undeveloped nations, freedom of navigation in the deep sea and exclusive economic zones which may impact maritime security and environmental regulation over virtually all sources of pollution.
To affect the treaty’s broad regime of governance, we are particularly concerned that United States sovereignty could be subjugated in many areas to a supranational government that is chartered by the United Nations under the 1982 Convention. Further, we are troubled that compulsory dispute resolution could pertain to public and private activities including law enforcement, maritime security, business operations, and nonmilitary activities performed aboard military vessels.
If this treaty comes to the floor, we will oppose its ratification.