Agenda 21 grinds slowly but exceeding small 5

We quote from our own post, Home sweet closet (December 7, 2012):

Most living units will accomodate one person only. Families must be broken up, the bearing of children discouraged (though copulation promoted with “free” contraceptives). Life in these tiny spaces will of necessity be austere. As austere as in a prison cell. Little room for even essential belongings. No room to entertain friends. Almost none for books, recorded music or movies, photographs, pictures, any pet bigger than a fish, collections or hobbies. To stretch your legs you’ll have to go out into the public arena. That’s the idea, of course: privacy must be extremely limited; your activities must be visible, communal, controllable. No dystopia yet conceived by any fiction writer matches up to this nightmareIts only redeeming feature is that it will be so stagnant a society that it will perish through sterility and death – unless human instincts not entirely crushed will drive the regimented beings to rebellion and the overthrow of their enslavers. Better recognize what’s coming now, and resist it, than enter that hell on earth.

This is from an article in Investor’s Business Daily by Paul A. Gosar, member of the United States House of Representatives from Arizona:

In the eyes of the Obama administration, Americans are not the best judges of where they should live and raise their families. At least that’s the message coming from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Just when you thought the administration’s Orwellian sovereignty had reached its limits, HUD has declared that our nation’s suburbs aren’t diverse enough and that local governments may not be the best arbiters of housing and zoning regulations.

To remedy this perceived cultural malaise, the administration has issued a new proposed regulation that mandates a barrier for individuals and families on where they can choose to live.

In so doing, the president and his administration are encroaching on the rights of local governments and again needlessly injecting race into public policy issues, setting the stage for even further division and animosity.

To accomplishing this goal, the president has proposed a rule known as Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH), which according to Stanley Kurtz of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, will –

… push Americans into living how and where the federal government wants. It promises to gut the ability of suburbs to set their own zoning codes. It will press future population growth into tiny, densely packed high-rise zones around public transportation, urbanizing suburbs and Manhattanizing cities.

Paul Gosar doesn’t say so, but this is the implementation of Agenda 21, emanating from the United Nations. It is a giant step towards world communist government.

To know all about pernicious Agenda 21, and how it is being surreptitiously implemented, see our posts: Beware “Agenda 21”, June 24, 2011; Agenda 21: the “smart growth” conspiracy, November 21, 2011; Three eees for environmental equalizing economics, December 4, 2011; Dark city, May 31, 2012; Destroying American wealth and sovereignty by diktat, June 6, 2012; The mystic UN and Agenda 21, August 3, 2012; Pleistocene Park, August 11, 2012; The death of nations, September 18, 2012; Home sweet closet, December 7, 2012; Getting rid of mother, January 30, 2013; Teaching submission to world government, April 14, 2013; Be alarmed, April 6, 2014; Your tiny home is frozen, July 14, 2014.

… Washington bureaucrats would tell us where we can live and whom we can live next to, all in the name of social justice and ideological utopianism. Nothing could be more wrong and un-American.

Just like we don’t need the government choosing our doctors, neither do we need it choosing our neighbors.

The 1968 Fair Housing Act already makes discrimination illegal in the “sale, rental and financing of dwellings based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin.” The act was amended in 1988 to add disability and familial status as covered conditions.

But apparently that’s not enough to provide everyone with equal opportunity in housing. What the administration wants is equal outcomes, and the only way to achieve that is for the federal leviathan to force itself on local jurisdictions.

No one should ever be targeted for exclusion from a neighborhood because of their ethnicity or any other protected category. But neither should there be quotas for neighborhoods to achieve some sort of racial balance that would not happen naturally. A level playing field that lets Americans choose where they live gives zoning authority to local governments is the wisest policy.

To curb this federal overreach, I sponsored an amendment in the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act that would block funding for the president’s rule on AFFH.

Some colleagues and I have issued a new call to action, asking appropriators to include the same defunding language that passed the House of Representatives in any appropriations package we vote on and send it to the president. If the rule is implemented and municipalities do not comply with AFFH, community development grant money will be withheld.

The sad truth about this Obama social engineering proposal is that HUD conducted its own study in 2011 that concluded that moving people living in poor neighborhoods into suburban neighborhoods neither helps children do better in school nor decreases their family’s dependence on welfare — the goal of the proposed AFFH rule.

A compelling reason to defund this regulation is that it will have the opposite impact on the people it is intended to assist, increasing their likelihood of government dependency.

This is an encroachment into the domain of local governments, even bypassing state governments, and violates the basic intent of our Founders.

It certainly does that, in a very big way.

We wonder: does Rep. Gosar not know about Agenda 21? Or does he not mention it because he doesn’t want to frighten us?

Are Republican politicians generally ignorant of Agenda 21?

We all need to know about Agenda 21. We need to be afraid of it.

  • Don L

    “If men were angels we’d need no laws” — James Madison

    And, to that end the Constitution, authored by Madison et al, established a republic with the sole purpose to protect the sovereign individual, specifically the individual’s unalienable rights, from the actions of others…against the acts of those who are not angels.

    Regrettably, the Founders were not specific enough to preclude Chief Justice John Marshall (1801-1835) from contriving the idea of ‘Implied Powers” out of intentionally and logically-indefensible misconstruing the “necessary and proper” clause. He did this to support a fractional reserve central banking scheme then being rightfully nullified by the State of Maryland…the scheme finally succeeded, Republic-wide, in 1913 — the FED.

    Before the ink was dry on Madison’s Constitution, Alexander Hamilton was conniving with politicians and justices to get a national bank in place. In fact, Hamilton voted to have the Capital near Washington’s home if Washigton would approve a national bank. Jefferson fought tooth and nail against this bank. I fact warned in everyway possible that a central bank would be the deayh of America. The central banking scheme was continually beat back until…

    …Early evening on December 23rd, 1913, while the populace was otherwise occupied with gift wrapping (even before news cycles) the progressively-ideological Wilson administration and the Democratic-controlled 63rd Congress enacted the Federal Reserve Act. Abrogating their responsibility under the Constitution, the act created an ecto-Constitutional, privately-owned, politically-motivated, plunder-taking (vs profit which is earned) fractional reserve central cartelized-banking entity and gave it absolute and total controll of the currency of the United States of America: the Federal Reserve Bank known as the FED.

    Sans any full discussion, the bank was sold to the public behind lies and deception not unlike Obamacare today. Long-to-short, frtactional reserve banking, a scheme to expand the money supply through credit expansion, is in all manner and way fraud. It fails and the consequent is chronic recession and depression and failed banks. Like the mafia’s “commission”, these fraud practicing banks needed a coordinating capability. A false premise for it is the fraudulent credit expansion that IS an inherent and inevirt=table failure.

    But what this banking scheme does do is fund all the pork barrel, cronyism and patronage programs that taxes don’t cover. If Americans had to pay taxes to cover all the nonsense directly…it would be the America the Founders envisioned.

    Every damned thing wrong with America today can be laid directly at the feet of the FED and the Pols and Justices that personally benefit from its operations. Government according to “SHOULD” could not exist.


    “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs”. — Thomas Jefferson

    • This essay of yours, Don L, is full of important information. I’d like to quote it front page. But you may want to polish it a bit first? (I like the style, personally.) Okay if I quote it? Do you want to do anything more to it before I do?

      • Don L


        I’m on my way out the door to hospital for my steroid treatments…Yeah! I won’t be back ’til late this afternoon.
        When I get back I’ll look it over again. If you want to make suggestions feel free. It was a typical first draft and submitt post so…
        As far as quoting etc…I’m honored you think it worthwhile!



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    • liz

      Yes, dishonest, dirty politicians (like Hamilton) have been undermining the Constitution ever since it was written. Obama is merely finishing what they started. The transformation from republic back to dictatorship is nearly complete.

  • liz

    We desperately need people in government who will not only stop all this, but put it in reverse. For a long, long way. Of course fat chance that will happen.