July 22, 2014 - 17:32
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Dear Editor:


Ms. Jones of Southeastern Tennessee Development District is very correct when she said she is not working with the UN or is the UN part of the process.  What she fails to tell the citizens of Polk County is, the policies of UN Agenda 21 Sustainable Development are being funded and promoted by our government (HUD, EPA, DOT). Through grant money secured by NGO’s (Non Government Organizations) such as the Chamber of Commerce, The American Planning Association, Sierra Club, Nature Conservancy, SETDD and ICLEI.  And then held out in front of unsuspecting local officials like golden carrots.  If they play along they get the golden carrot and many more carrots in the future.  If they don’t play along, well like Ms. Jones said that is OK.  This is all voluntary.  BUT don’t expect to get any carrots for roads, schools or anything else the community may need.   It’s called coercion.

I ask Ms. Jones, Mr. Firestone and our County Commissioners these questions:  If UN Agenda 21 is not being implemented in our cities all over America why then did the Republican National Committee on January 13, 2012 pass, by a unanimous vote, a resolution to stop the spread of Agenda 21 and ban ICLEI from doing business in our local communities.?  Why are counties all over America passing identical resolutions in support of the RNC resolution?  And why is the RNC looking to make this resolution a part of the Republican Party Platform.? And if Agenda 21 was not a threat to our property rights, our local and state sovereignty why are legislators in our state capitol writing bills for 2012 to stop Agenda 21?  Why did Rep. Kevin Brooks propose a resolution that is verbatim the resolution passed by the RNC?  Why has Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul stated on several occasions they will put a stop to UN Agenda 21 in America if elected?   Ms. Jones you can deny all you want but facts don’t lie. 

Ms. Jones and others like her are either being used as useful idiots or they are complicit and being totally deceitful.    Remember the words of J. Gary Lawrence when he said; if people knew what we were doing they would surely fight to stop it so we won’t call our plan Agenda 21 we will call it something else like: Smart Growth, Comprehensive Planning etc.  Surely sounds like someone is lying and it surely is not me, the RNC, Newt Gingrich,  Ron Paul or millions of Americans. 

You Tube:  Agenda 21 For Public Officials and Agenda 21 for Dummies.  They are both good places to start your education.  A good website to learn more is:  americadontforget.com.  There you will find a library of resources.  


Karen Bracken


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