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Constitutional Thinking: Un-sustainable deception

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All freedom loving people must wake up a deception that is being foisted upon them by politicians from top to bottom worldwide. The push stems from the initiative of the United Nations called "Sustainable Development Agenda 21" with its roots in the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Check out - United Nations Division for Sustainable Development. Freedom can not survive unseen deception.

At that conference, Chairman Maurice Strong said, "…current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake, use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work air conditioning, and suburban housing are not sustainable."

Texan imposter, George H.W. Bush signed us on to the deal, and Bill Clinton by executive order set up the President’s Council on Sustainable Development. That’s great teamwork.

Politicians are working to abolish private property with Wildlands projects (federal ownership, more national parks, reserves, etc.) and Smart Growth (getting us into urban clusters, mixed use buildings, along the transit lines (see Envision Garland) and bicycle trails (see Bike Ft. Worth) so you won’t need to have a vehicle.

When a rancher sells cows, some in those corrals, don’t meet a good end if the buyer for McDonalds is there. Gee, I wonder if globalist plans to reduce the "sheep count" by 85 percent would have anything to do with wanting to stack and pack us into city corrals?

To get us to go along with this program, they must brainwash us all. They have most of the media, and most importantly, they have control of our children. Daily, they are educating your children and grandchildren in public schools to want global citizenship. They teach the Earth Charter (Steven Rockefeller, Maurice Strong, Mikhail Gorbachev) as a replacement for the 10 Commandments in most schools.

Michael Shaw (www.FreedomAdvocates.org), one of the top 5 experts in the country on Agenda 21 plans, lectured in Fort Worth Saturday, March 19. The plan is in our area (Trinity River Vision), and almost every county in America. It’s backers disguise it by using 30-50 deceptive terms that all sound good, to fool you into giving up freedom, terms like; quality of life, vision, consensus, new economy, neighborhood empowerment, public-private partnership and social justice.

Shaw pointed out that America is the only place where our Unalienable Right to one’s life, liberty and property has ever been recognized. Private property includes your person, your thoughts, and your relationships to some things (your use of them). We must learn to recognize this agenda. We must win back our neighborhoods, schools, towns, cities and kick this garbage out of our states. We must kick ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives – an NGO, out. Also, jam and disband the Soviet style Regional Councils of Government (COG’s) all over Texas where the results are already pre-planned to give us fascism/corporatism. Become, as Shaw says, "vocal local."

Presidential Candidate Brief 3 – Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour.

Haley Barbour has created an interesting political track record. He ran Gerald Ford’s 1976 campaign in the Southeast, and worked for John Connally for President in 1980. As candidate for Governor in 1902, he was swamped by longtime Senator John Stennis, a conservative Democrat. Later, Barbour worked in the Regan administration and for the George H.W. Bush 1988 campaign.

In 1993, Barbour became the chairman of the Republican National Committee, and in 1994 the Republicans took the House of Representatives for the first time in forty years. Why did he allow Newt Gingrich to sabotage this opportunity for America?

Barbour’s next political adventure was running for governor in 2003, and he succeeded in winning. He was re-elected in 2007, and will be term-limited out of office this year. Some have accused him of being racist, but other evidence shows otherwise. The times and other factors must be considered. He is strongly pro-life and led tort reform in Mississippi. He has had some success in handling Mississippi fiscal problems, but he ran on the "I’ll veto any tax increase" platform in 2007, only to sign one in 2009. Another "read my lips" guy?

Formerly one of Washington’s all-time mega lobbyists for the BGR group he helped fund, Republicans need to consider if that is the type of background they want for their candidate. His activities both in lobbying and in politics have come under ethical question, including accusations of profiting from Katrina and the oil spill.

According to a recent Yahoo! news report, he "represented the Mexican government to push to render U.S. immigration law more accommodating to Mexican residents who had entered the country illegally." Barbour denied supporting amnesty saying "he worked on a path of citizenship for illegals", according to a Time story. Doublespeak, so my bottom line is - no Haley for me.

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