Agenda 21

Workforce Housing – Bob Ward: “YOU HAVE YOUR FUTURES! YOU HAVE YOUR AGENDA 21s!!!”

by Skip May 19, 2014

That would be Bob Ward, the SanborntonTown Planner screaming those words at NH State Rep Jane Cormier when the Planning Board held an “information session” on May 1st on six amendments that wound themselves making more of the town open for workforce housing.  It was obvious that actually educating folks as to what was really below […]

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Sanbornton – Workforce Housing: discussion and voting results

by Skip May 14, 2014

Yes, mea culpa – I spelled Sanbornton wrong in every single one of the following videos; I apologize!  On Thursday, May 1st, the Sanbornton Planning Board held a session in which the town’s residents could ask questions about the upcoming voting on zoning Amendments, especially as Workforce Housing (e.g., low cost, higher density, clustered developments).  […]

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A Granite State Future is HUD’s Future

by Steve MacDonald August 12, 2013
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Uncovering the fraud that is Granite State Futures has a home.  It’s called Granite State Futures ( • Granite State Future is a non-partisan issue. • Granite State Future is about the permanent loss of private property rights. • Granite State Future is about the New Hampshire Regional Planning Commissions switching their allegiance from the […]

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About that “Sustainable Development Programs ARE a Part of Implementing the UN Agenda 21” thing…

by Steve MacDonald August 9, 2013

Yeah, that’s like, totally true.  It’s right in the Federal Register… Federal Register / Vol. 63, No. 163 / Monday, August 24, 1998 / Notices    45157 (link) The Sustainable Development Challenge Grant program is consistent with other community-based efforts EPA has introduced, such as the Brownfields Initiative, Environmental Justice Small Grants Program, Project XL, the […]

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Agenda 21 – Any Way You Spell It

by Mike July 29, 2013

Next month, Mar-Mar and I are attending a niece’s wedding in the small Sussex town of Lewes. Located near the south coast of England, and nestled against the South Downs (hills), Lewes is rich in history and surrounded by picturesque villages and rolling farmland. I looked up the town hall, and was amazed when the […]

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“Lefties: Always Ready to Dance on Children’s Graves”

by Susan Olsen May 21, 2013

“Dems are already blaming the deaths of Oklahoma children on Republicans, just as they did in Connecticut in December. It seems that there is nothing they like more than dead children to push their agenda.”   

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Your friendly neighborhood tax-exempt, private corporation, 501(c )3 public charity

by Susan Olsen May 19, 2013

SB 102 would allow cities and towns to choose whether to elect or have appointed members of their conservation commission.  Sound reasonable – give voters the choice to elect the folks who have a rather substantial say in the manner in which town monies are appropriated and expended. But no, seems as though the entire […]

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The answer, obviously if you had been paying attention, is “Yes!” (shades of SB11)

by Skip May 17, 2013

He keeps asking, so we keep answering.  This week, Pindell finally gives an UP to the TEA Party movement, along with a question: Tea Party: The decentralized movement got a new reason for being this week with the news the IRS was targeting them. Since they were proven right on this does it mean everyone […]

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POSTPONED: Panel Discussion On UN Agenda 21 And Its Many Forms

by Mike May 16, 2013

Sponsored by the Nashua Area Federation of Republican Women – new date TBD. Purpose – to educate and answer questions regarding UN Agenda 21, and show why you should be concerned, regardless of the innocent sounding names attached, about the assault on your rights, your property, and your child’s education. Format – introduction by each […]

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Sustainable Development…The Movie

by Tom February 28, 2013

Last week, I posted a link to a pamphlet titled “Understanding Sustainable Development – Agenda 21 For The People and their Public Officials“. Today, I found a valuable companion video to it (see below) titled “False Choices”. This video provides a comprehensive overview and historical summary of the intrusive United Nations program, created by globalists […]

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Sustainable Development-101

by Tom February 18, 2013

  Lotsa talk about “sustainable-this” and “sustainable-that“, and blah-blah-blah.  You know it’s dangerous and insidious, but you’re a spectator and it’s overwhelming – I get it.  I’ve spent way too many sunny days, indoors, studying this nonsense, and there are others who have put in even more time. Hell, I never even got to write Part-3 […]

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Guest Post by NH State Rep. Jane Cormier – “ICLEI is ICKY!”

by Skip February 17, 2013

ICLEI is ICKY! Okay, if you haven’t heard anything about the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) also known as Agenda 21, then you may have been living in a cave. ICLEI is a United Nations sponsored organization (that should tell us something right there) which helps promote “sustainability, climate protection, and clean energy […]

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GrokTV Event – Seacoast Republican Women Congressional Forum – Question 6

by Skip August 15, 2012

And now for the last question of the night, formulated by Stella Scamman (moderator for the evening’s Seacoast Republican Women Congressional Forum).  The Candidates for this last question were in attendance were Rick Parent & Vern Clough vying for the Republican nomination in NH 1st Congressional District and   Will Dean & Dennis Lamare (“NO […]

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GrokTV Event: GSPLPAC presents Rosa Koire on Agenda 21 – Parts 6 and 7

by Skip July 1, 2012

I’ll tell you, the more I hear about the subject, the thoughts of “are you serious”?  Yet, when I look at the example in Portland, Oregon where “sustainable development” is the end-all-be-all of urban planning, I start to think “mmmm, maybe there is something to this” (here, here, here, and here).  Skyrocketing housing costs have […]

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GrokTV Event: GSPLPAC presents Rosa Koire on Agenda 21 – Parts 3, 4, and 5

by Skip June 29, 2012

Rosa Koire continued to talk this past Tuesday night about how the UN Agenda 21 program has made its way into the Federal bureaucracy and what it means for New Hampshire citizens, their private property, and the traditional NH town life.  She outlined how representatives from the EPA, DOT, and HUD are out to change […]

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GrokTV Event: GSPLPAC presents Rosa Koire on Agenda 21 – Parts 1 & 2

by Skip June 28, 2012

Tuesday night, the Granite State Patriot Liberty PAC presented Rosa Koire, author of the book “BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: U.N. Agenda 21” – The Agenda for the 21st Century Sustainable Development. She spent two hours talking about how zoning laws have been targeted by those wishing implement mandatory high density housing, the community data compiled […]

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Rosa Koire – “Behind the Green Mask” – more on the Federalization of local towns and cities

by Skip June 21, 2012

The issue of “Agenda 21” and the “Sustainable Communities Initiative” has recently become a hotly-discussed topic.  Understanding this project is essential for all citizens, tax-payers, and most especially for property owners — because your ownership of property is being threatened. In a quick synopsis, the Sustainable Communities Initiative program is an HUD/EPA/DOT Federal partnership that is targeting […]

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