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“Useful idiots” pave way for Regional Plan in Bradley County

In Uncategorized on November 6, 2011 at 7:44 AM

Please join me at an agenda 21    event on Nov17th at the Chattanoogan in Chattanooga, Tennessee at 530 pm! 

Please plan to be there to voice your dissatisfaction with this regional plan kickoff! 

Hope you can join us for this event to show solidarity against it! The EPA, HUD and DOT being given free reign in our counties is really frightening and has tentacles that reach right into our homes! 

The livable community grants signed by President Obama through  HUD is going to destroy our sovereignty and our property rights! 

I hope you will rally the troops and help us stop this diabolical plan! 

Regional governance using NGOs while circumventing our locally elected officials and the citizens in a down economy is a classic move to implement agenda 21 in our area! 

We need to get the word out quickly about this and in the meantime we need to encourage all patriots in this 16 county, 3 state region to call their commissioners and mayors to tell them know that as a property owner and citizen of the county they represent that your lives will be severely affected and you do not want this in your communities!

In addition, immediately contact your state reps, senators and governors also! 

They know they can stop this!
 
My State Representative Kevin Brooks has received ample information on this regional plan and how it will severely overregulate and cause us to lose our property rights! His continues silence and admitted lack of knowledge about the harmful effects of this regional plan is no longer going to be an excuse! 

He knows he is being used by these people, mainly the Southeast Tennessee Economic Development Council led by Beth Jones and recently energized by the UNITED NATIONS “useful idiot” Armando Carbonell at a private meeting at the Waldens Club in Chattanooga!! 

I am awaiting his favorable response to stop this in our region or I plan to make it known to all involved that he was  used as a “useful idiot” of implementation in this United Nations plot to control our region! 

Please don’t delay, our communities in which our families reside are in immediate jeopardy of being destroyed! 

So please assist me in helping stop this tyrannical move by these NGOS through Private Partnerships via “quiet consensus” and perceived solidarity of our local officials who with their continued silence that has allowed them to seize control of our local government and manipulate them for gain! 

This deliberate plan has bypassed them and the citizens they represent! 

The true tragedy of it all is our elected representatives have sacrificed our liberty and freedom for grant money!

I Never thought I would live to see socialism prevail in my lifetime, in my country, that so many have died and fought to maintain before me on foreign soil! 

Today the enemy has breached our elected politicians and is working within with precision. 

This is a call to save our counties and our country! It is up to us to stop this tyranny! 

If you do no more than pass this message through your email list to rally support you will have given a valiant effort and your plight is complete and satisfied!

Please do not ignore this request! 

Help me help you! 

Thank you and God bless our country!

Sincerely,
Donny Harwood
Tea Party of Bradley County

My phone number is 423-284-4250

 Email me at teapartyofbradleycounty@gmail.com

For further information and details please go to my blog and subscribe to  www.bradleycountynews.wordpress.com

Contact info of elected officials:

Kevin Brooks
http://www.capitol.tn.gov/

Bradley County Commission and Mayor Davis
http://www.bradleyco.net/default.aspx

Cleveland City Council and Mayor Rowland
http://www.cityofclevelandtn.com/

Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield

Beth Jones Southeast Tn Economic Development
http://www.sedev.org/

Armando Carbonell- UN designee
http://www.america2050.org/

10 counties in regional plan
http://www.10power.org/

Mike Bell State Senator
http://www.capitol.tn.gov/

Eric Watson State Representative
http://www.capitol.tn.gov/

Regional planning brings regional governance

In Agenda 21, Government on October 31, 2011 at 8:37 AM

October 28, 2011

Regional planning brings regional governance

The Obama administration is pouring money into regional planning by offering grants to special groups to form “regional” governing agencies.  Every state now has one or more initiatives afoot to create these regional agencies.  Read about the dangers of this practice in this week’s newsletter!

Bradley County has once again been placed on the proverbial guillotine under the control of our elected officials at several layers of government!

We will soon be placed under the control of the EPA, DOT and HUD via our Mayors signing a memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to accept millions of federal dollars in the form of grants to transform our town with the assistance of the ICLEI inspired Chattanooga Region and 15 other counties from 3 states Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama!

This is bad folks and it warrants immediate removal of these federal pawns from office! We can no longer give away that which is ours! Since when have you ever heard of Mayors and their councils giving away so much of what is ours to the federal government? This is truly runaway government at many levels!

Your sovereignty, with the right atmosphere, planted by these socialist thinkers and may even take your right to practice your religion, because it may offend someone! Think it want happen? In a socialist/Marxist society you will be told what you can and cannot do! You will be regulated into doing what ever needs to be done!

Several years ago Bradley County adopted International building codes in Bradley County and the codes will be supersized when the EPA and the DOT gets to town and decides to herd you into a “livable, walkable community” with little HUD houses all up and down the green way so you want have to drive your car and pollute the air!

It’s in the plan and read this next article by my friend Henry Lamb! He addresses our problem that we are facing in Bradley County and exposes this plan as diabolical being well executed by the “useful idiots” we call our elected officials! Gave away our freedom for a federal grant! Wow, the humanity of that!

This is for real and the guys below are going to be held responsible for our demise!

Those to be held responsible!

Mayor Tom Rowland
Mayor Gary Davis
Bradley County Commission (although Ill informed)
Cleveland City Council
State Representative Kevin Brooks
State representative Eric Watson
State Senator Mike Bell
US Senator Bob Corker
Governor Bill Haslam

Regional planning brings regional governance
By Henry Lamb

So what’s wrong with regional governance? Nothing- unless you value the republican form of government and individual freedom — and detest autocracy in all its forms. Regional governance evolved as a way to get around the obstacles presented by multiple local governments, all of which may have a stake in the region, but often disagree on what the region needs.

Regional governments, and their initiatives, are driven by government, not by the people. Government, by its very nature, seeks to increase its power and overcome any obstacle in its path. Local governments, like individual neighbors, often disagree on how best to resolve a common problem. Consequently, governments, especially the executive branch, tend to look for ways to get around the obstacle of disagreement. One successful method is Regional Governance, which diminishes the power of local governments by conferring increasing levels of authority on the executive branch, which implements its authority through appointed bureaucrats.

In very short order, it is the unelected bureaucrats who wield the power; elected officials become little more than a rubber stamp whose approval provides “official” respectability to the bureaucracy.

A classic example of just how this works is available in a report titled: “Regional Governance Districts” produced by the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR). The purpose of the report includes, “…to assist the state in responding to globalization….” The report makes this clarification:

“Governance is distinct from government — while government is the traditional organization of public authority used to provide necessary services, governance is the provision of those services. While the word has been used to refer to service provision by traditional government, it has come to be used to refer more specifically to service provision through a non-traditional approach, such as by a contractor or through a public-private partnership.”

Virtually every state now has some form of this new regional approach to governance, which is simply further evidence of how extensively the “administrative” form of global governance has influenced domestic policy.

The Chattanooga Area Regional Council of Governments, which consists of at least at least six alphabet agencies of appointed bureaucrats, has applied for a $2.5 million grant from the federal government’s Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant program. Before the application is considered, each participating government must sign a Memorandum of Agreement to “develop a shared vision,” and to “develop livable communities,” and other specific steps, all of which are defined by and must be approved, by the federal government. The Mayor of the city of Chattanooga has signed this MOA, thereby committing the entire city to conform to the requirements of the federal government in the expenditure of the federal money.

The citizens of Chattanooga have no idea that this grant application has been submitted, or what funding of the grant will mean to their individual freedom. They have had no opportunity to express their consent or opposition to this program, and it is unclear whether their elected representatives were even given the opportunity to vote on the application. Sixteen counties and all the municipalities they contain will be constrained by this grant application, and more importantly, by the 40-year regional plan it produces.

This process creates an administrative form of government which does not require the consent of the governed. Each step in the expansion of this process further extinguishes the republican form of government.

The federal government promotes this transformation of local government into regional administrative units which complies with the recommendations set forth in Chapter 8.5 of Agenda 21, which says:

(e) Adopt integrated approaches to sustainable development at the regional level, including transboundary areas, subject to the requirements of particular circumstances and needs;

The federal government has been using grants to shape regional governance for years. The Chattanooga Area Regional Council of Governments has already received more than $4 million in federal grants in just the last couple of years, and is only one of several regions supported by the federal government (insert attached art here).

Citizens in the Chattanooga area, and across the nation, should realize that once these regional administrative units are in place, there will be no way to return to the republican form of government that allows citizens to expect their city councilman or county commissioner to consider their wishes. The consent of the governed will no longer be a factor in public policy. Virtually all human activity will be subject to the approval of a professional bureaucracy that first creates a plan it thinks is a utopian community, and then requires every person to live where the plan dictates; to travel in a vehicle approved by the plan, to a job allowed by the plan — whether you like it or not.

Freedom cannot exist in an administrative form of governance.

© Henry Lamb

http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/lamb/111031

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