Monday, November 21, 2011

Agenda 21 - ICLEI - Sustainability - #3430 - VIDEO: Tom DeWeese: American Policy - New Developments on Agenda 21

Taxes on Toilet Flushes, Ban on Septic Tanks, charging fees to property owners on rain water runoff. please read, this is about to happen in Maryland and Tennessee.......



Tom DeWeese - American Policy Center - New Developments on Agenda 21 - First, let me thank all of the freedom activists who taking up the fight against Agenda 21. You are having an incredible impact. And as a result, things are heating up in the battle to enforce Agenda 21.  It appears that many of our recent victories to stop it have prompted Sustainablists to step up and rush new policies into place. Here are just some of the latest details:  First, Maryland Governor Richard O’Malley is forcing what he calls “Plan Maryland” through Executive Action rather than through the state Legislature. That means no votes from representatives of the people.  Plan Maryland will lock away 400,000 acres of Maryland land – blocking any development over the next 20 years. The scheme shifts control of land use from local government to dictates by unelected state bureaucrats.  Worse, O’Malley’s plan will punish any county that doesn’t comply by withholding state funding. It will also triple sewer “flush” taxes on property tax bills -- a tax on toilet flushes.  Moreover, he wants to ban most septic tanks – a move that will destroy the ability to live in rural areas.  Agenda 21 is on the move in Maryland.  ........There has been some good news in recent days in our battle to stop Agenda 21. We can now add the following communities to the growing list that have ended their contracts with ICLEI (the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives- the main group forcing Agenda 21 in many cities in America). Clallam County, Washington, Abington, VA, Carver MA, Pinellas County, Florida, Garland, TX, and Sarasota County, Florida. Each of these communities have taken action to stop Agenda 21.  Read more......

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