Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Albemarle County Property Rights - #2947 - Infill-tration: Charlottesville Democrats Organizing to Undermine Albemarle Co. Property Rights - Schilling Show

Albemare Co. Board of Supervisors Meeting, Albemarle Co. Office Building, Main Auditorium, 2nd floor
DATE: June 8, 2011 - 6:00 p.m. - PLEASE ATTEND TO PROTECT YOUR PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS.
Charlottesville Democrats are organizing a visit to the June 8, 2011 Albemarle County Board of Supervisors meeting in order to promote the dangerous United Nations “sustainability agenda”—not for themselves, but for Albemarle County!  Malcontent with their city’s ongoing participation in liberty-stealing $1,000,000 central planning exercises—hosted by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission (TJPDC)— Charlottesville Democrats seek assurance that Albemarle County will continue with them in folly.  In an email (full copy below) obtained by The Schilling Show, city Democrat operative, Jason Halbert, encourages Charlottesville progressives’ electronic and physical infiltration of the Albemarle County process through an unprecedented, cross-jurisdictional invasion:  Here’s what you can do:  Whether you live in the County or not, you can write to the Board: bos@albemarle.org If you live in or pay taxes in the County, please say so.  Attend the June 8th meeting at the Albemarle County office building. WE NEED TO PACK THE PLACE.  Halbert’s missive goes on to praise “Sustainability” as a “good thing,” and the Soviet-styled 1998 Sustainability Accords—the backbone of the TJPDC’s central planning efforts—as “a home-grown result of hundreds of hours by local citizens.”  But which citizens?  Among the “gang of 34” (Sustainability Council members):

Sally Thomas—Leftist, former member Albemarle County Board of Supervisors
Al Weed— Enviro-socialist, former Democrat candidate for Virginia’s 5th Congressional District
Francis Fife—“Godfather” of Charlottesville’s Progressive movement, former mayor of Charlottesville
What was on their agenda? Human population, Basic human needs, Economic development, Transportation, Land development, Waste, Values/ethics, Community awareness, Interdependence/balance, Government,  Natural environment, Ariculture/forestry.

And who else was involved?  Primarily, the 1998 Accords were funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency—an entity now recognized as one of the most formidable internal threats to Americans’ Constitutionally delineated property rights.  While local Democrats rush headlong to embrace local government control over previously ungoverned aspects of citizens’ personal lives (i.e. fertility analysis, population distribution by demographic, nutrition regulation, etc.) they are seemingly unaware of or unconcerned with appurtenant loss of individual liberty. Or maybe—contrary to their “founding” father—they truly believe these things are better handled by government than by individuals.  Thomas Jefferson must be spinning.  Read the entire article..........
(1) Link to TJPDC 1998 Sustainability Accords........
(2) Link to Charlottesville Region Sustainability Implementation Plan.......... - Please read these 2 documents and understand the Plan the  TJPDC, thru the $1,000,000 grant from HUD, will be trying to implement in Albemarle County. 
Albemarle Co. Board of Supervisors Meeting
Albemarle Co. Office Building - Main auditorium - 2nd floor
DATE:  June 8, 2011 - 6:00 p.m. - PLEASE ATTEND TO PROTECT YOUR PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS.

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