Excellent Example of How Agenda 21 is Not Really About Sustainability

In this video, you’ll see off grid Los Angeles County residents in California being driven off their isolated land where they’ve lived in peace for decades because of sudden, persistent (anonymous and secret) “neighbor complaints about ugly structures and zoning violations.” Many of these people live with solar panels, rain water collection and aren’t even hooked up to the grid at all. Instead of being rewarded for their sustainability, city, county and regional plans want their land for undisclosed reasons.

THIS is the sort of thing I saw happening and heard about happening when I lived in California. It is also happening in Florida, where a woman who lived completely off grid was told her home was unsanitary (without any investigation) and told she was breaking international codes. In case you’re not savvy about Agenda 21, it’s an international code. It exists. If you think the land they’re kicking these people off is worthless or that it will remain protected, I challenge you to investigate what happens to it in 3-5 years from when they get rid of these residents. Some corporation or “redeveloper” or perhaps China will show up, and there won’t be anyone left to protest.

This sort of thing is happening all over the US, but especially out West and in Florida. Agenda 21 is an international plan, though, so keep your city officials on task and demand transparency. As you’ll see in the video, they’re not required to provide that transparency, but if they won’t, then consider this a heads up to push the issues while you still can. I’m doing my best to educate our planner about exactly why people keep calling about Agenda 21. People are taught this is wacky conspiracy theory, but if you’ve known farmers or off gridders out West, or even in Michigan for that matter, you start to realize it’s a conspiracy fact. Educate yourselves so that you can educate others. There is true sustainability, and then there is “sustainable development” that often means sweetheart deals made outside the confines of legally elected government representatives and laws that protect the citizens.

9 responses to this post.

  1. I had also heard about the woman in Florida. I’m sharing on FB. Many thanks for this update Laura. It would definitely serve us to track these confiscations and see what the property is ultimately used for. So many people have and are beginning to turn to off grid living This does not bode well

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  2. I was talking to my mulch guy about this topic last week, and he let me know of a local friend of his who has his own power and his own well, completely independent of the city. He still gets billed $15 per month for water — a “rainwater tax” for any rain that falls on his land and might possibly go onto the street. Meanwhile, my mulch guy isn’t allowed to drill a well on his own property. They’re really trying to regulate and control everything. Off grid living is a threat to the powers that be. 🙂

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  3. They really are. That’s just crazy isn’t it. When you think about the ban on catching rainwater too. At the very least it’s about greed. But it runs deeper than that. It’s about control and annihilation

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  4. Yes, that’s one reason I keep looking for drought proof gardening methods like the wood mulch. I am fully cognizant that for no real reason at all the city could suddenly make it illegal to water your garden. Then what? Best to have good soil and some form of mulch system to keep in the moisture.

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  5. […] • Excellent Example of how Agenda 21 Is Not Really About Sustainability  […]

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  6. Posted by Kieron on July 30, 2014 at 2:35 am

    Slightly tangential comment: I’ve been noticing the stacked-boxcar-style Hipster Highrises going up all over my city. I refer to them as gilded prisons, or cellblocks, or some such thing: “Wow, another one going up. Doesn’t it resemble a prison, except a little balcony?” People look at me in bafflement or else they take a second, harder look at the structures. And I keep telling my SO, “there’ll be lawsuits in 5 years about shoddy (except that’s not the word I use) construction materials and work done by contractors who have long since skipped town.” And don’t get me started on the prices of these monstrosities while I have clients that have nowhere to live because the costs of shelter is impossible and affordable housing is scarce. Are the city powers mistaking this place for Manhattan? It’s sure shaping up that way.

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  7. Not tangential at all! This is part of the Agenda.

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  8. […] forced people back onto the electric and water grid even if they are self sufficient. There is a war going on against self-sufficiency. You really need to do it in a stealth way. Despite that being the most sustainable way of living, […]

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