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Get Off the Globalization Grid, Part 1

The Eco-Con That Keeps on Taking






By Nancy Levant
February 14, 2009

“The cancer that infected our economy was housing.” — Sen. John Ensign, Republican from Nevada, the Senate Policy Committee Chairman

Senator Ensign’s statement is a truth worth screaming and clarifying. The cancer that infected our economy was and remains the intention of politicians and their financial and career string pullers to eliminate private property rights. If you choose to call that “housing”, so be it. But masking this truth by manipulating the American people with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG failures, etcetera, etcetera, ain’t gonna fly.

In 1992, the United Nations stated in its blueprint for the 21st century (Agenda 21) that there is to be no privately-held property — be it land or the homes that sit upon the land — for anyone. All property, according to Agenda 21, is to be “owned” by government. Agenda 21 also details the plan for “human relocation” stating that all member nations must implement “human relocation” plans. So today, we witness flood, fire, snow and ice, and power-grid relocations — annually — and with Homeland military assistance/insistence. We, as the people of this nation, are indeed “relocating.”

And to where are we relocating? That depends upon the decisions your local regional councils have made — the appointees whose names you do not know — regarding which locale will receive development dollars and which areas are to be closed down for nature’s sake. It’s funny how the nation’s rural areas are in annual “natural crisis” while specifically-identified urban areas are highly and solely developed. Small towns and burgs are dying and jobs, mostly $7 to $10 per hour jobs, are increasing in regionally-identified and funded urban areas.

And then, we have “stimulus” dollars in the billions going to national parks, and state and federal wilderness areas while no dollars go to small towns, rural, and dying America. So to our politicians I ask: How, exactly, does one live in a designated “human settlement”, as so stated in Agenda 21, on an $8 to $10 per hour job? How does one support a home or rent, utility bills, cable/internet bills, automobiles, transportation to and from work, insurance, and food with low-wage part time jobs?

The urban areas, as we know, are completely overtaken by corporate chain businesses which pay minimum wages to their part time employees. Equally, we know that good jobs always go to community movers, shakers, their friends, families, and social development associates. We also hear that higher education is being cut off from the minimum wage masses as universities are turning away college applicants and cutting off financial aid opportunities.

So as we get poorer, less and less educated, and transplanted to new areas, new lifestyles, and with no “social” contacts to ensure full time employment, the question is very simple. What percentage of the American population is required to fulfill the “equity” clauses of Agenda 21? How many people in America are designated to live like poverty-stricken third-worlders to achieve global equity and a “local” third-world labor force for political corporations?

And one more question: Since the “government” now owns the nations largest mortgage holders (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG, etc.), do they own your homes and property as well? You know, the homes and property you can no longer pay for? I suggest you watch for the federal rental solution. Soon, America, you will be paying rent to the feds to live in “their” housing. One plus one equals two. Even the uneducated masses can figure that one out.

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Nancy Levant is a renowned writer for Constitutional governance and American culture. She is the author of The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female (and her dreadful timing).

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The urban areas, as we know, are completely overtaken by corporate chain businesses which pay minimum wages to their part time employees.