from vicki davis – 07/08/2005
‘The following is the email I sent out on ‘smart growth’ which is just another name for the UN global land use planning under the name of ‘sustainable growth’.
It makes sense now why the Sierra Club wasn’t interested in the strange deaths of animals, birds and fish doesn’t it?
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 22:20:44 -0700 (PDT)
From: Vicky Davis <eyeswideoopen>
Subject: The UN is Coming ! The UN is Coming !
Bringing the plan for a communist global village to you….
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 20:52:20 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Smart Growth!
I just happened to listen to this radio program tonight in which this guy from Wisconsin has been fighting the UN Agenda 21 in his state! He said that the ‘Smart Growth’ legislation was slipped into an appropriations bill so the legislators didn’t even realize they were voting on it.
Here is his website. He’s been fighting this since 2001
I went to the Wisconsin website and sure enough, it’s there. He said that the legislators voted to repeal it… the bill is on the governor’s desk but he hasn’t signed it yet. He also said that in Oregon what they did was to pass a law saying that anytime the state prohibits the use of property or designates it in such a way that it is no longer useable or saleable, the state must pay for the property.
The guy on the radio said they wanted to change the structure of Wisconsin’s county and city governments. He said the ‘plan’ is for regional governments. I found this documentation on a Wisconsin website. Look at Item F
Apparently every county, town and city has to do a ‘growth plan’ using the tenets of the Smart Growth law.
Here are the search results from the Wisonsin website –
As I said, they are doing this in stealth mode. They are sending in NGO’s under different names to lobby state and local government officials. He said that the Sierra Club website listed the ones named ‘1000 Friends of…… state name. ‘ I went there and did a search. The search string was very long so I made a tinyurl out of it –
City of Austin
British Columbia, Canada
National Geographic Virtual Planner
There’s more links in my search but I thought I’d stop here. You get the idea.