By Angelo Lonzisero
How can the restriction and elimination of property rights be accomplished?
UN Agenda 2030 and the prior Agenda 21 plans lay out how and why this should be done.
Our federal government is the main progenitor of these plans. From HUD and Human Services you have urban renewal projects, HUD properties, and affordable housing schemes. These programs are used by state and local government to drive all types of agenda from refugee resettlement to restriction and elimination of private property rights. Our tax money is used against us, and is flowed to numerous NGOs and non-profits
Under the guise of public-private partnerships. Local planners, who have been indoctrinated in college in the UN agenda, use rules and regulations to expropriate private land by eminent domain, annexation, pushing land trust sales and Areas of City Impact. The local governments buy into regionalization by creating taxing districts that cross jurisdictions and then push for joint powers agreements, annexations, and master planning schemes. An example of overreach is the City of Sandpoint, ID using tax money and grant money to have a private company overfly Bonner County and create a GREENPRINT. This document would have been used to force rezoning and future planning outside the cities purview, until it was stopped by local citizen outrage.
The next shoe to drop is the creation of a metroplex that will swallow all small towns and cities under the guise of transportation, public safety, education and administration consolidation to save money and have continuity and connectivity in expansion. Examples of this abound in the US, from Long Island, NY to Nashville, TN to