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IFA Action Alert! Thursday May 12th 5:30 p.m. Public Hearing

IFA ACTION ALERT! 
Please attend the Thursday May 12th 5:30 p.m. Scott County Board of Supervisors Meeting & Budget Public Hearing

On the Agenda:
1. Standing Up To the UN Agenda 21 (aka Sustainability) in Scott County
2. $878,887 Budget Amendment

The Board will be voting to approve a Sustainability Plan without having made the Resolution public, and without having made the final draft of the plan available to the public.

(Watch this short 3 minute video of the Q&A at the Committee of the Whole from Tuesday: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGPepo4lVyw )



The $878,887 budget increase, includes approximately $523,000 of offsetting grant revenues, however it also includes a $300,000 "Judgement paid for prof liability claim."

County staff wants the board to decree that "Sustainability" is the "New Normal" for the citizens of Scott County. This is Agenda 21 being implemented in Scott County, folks. This is how it starts.
Of course we all want clean air and water for all.
Of course we want to leave our lands in better condition than we found them, for our children.
Of course we want equal protection for all.
Who doesn't?!

But you should not have to have your personal property rights violated, nor cede more authority or influence governing the county's fiscal policies to unelected central planners, nor direct the county to engage in more grant writing to pursue indoctrination and education programming to further efforts to "change behavior" for Scott County citizens.

["Technology and the availability of solutions to some sustainability issues also can affect the speed at which behaviors are changed."; "Our behavior must change for sustainability to become the “New Normal.” Page 4;]

Do not let the sheen of "smart growth" and "sustainability" lull you into not showing up when your county supervisors, adopt without a referendum or a public hearing the global to local Agenda 21 plan to control your property and the world's population, one county at a time

We need your help in speaking before the county board of supervisors tomorrow evening -- to bear witness to their rubber stamping and ceding authority - once again - via the Sustainability Plan.

Please come and participate, either as a speaker, observer and at least as a peaceful show of force. You can help during the Public Hearing process by yielding your time at the microphone to those of us who are more knowledgeable on these topics.

If you are not up to speed on Agenda 21, then it is time you get up to speed. And tomorrow's public hearing at 5:30 p.m. at the Scott County board of supervisors meeting will be the perfect opportunity to inform yourself and prove you are willing to be an Iowan For Accountability.

RESOURCES:
Agenda 21 in One Easy Lesson
http://americanpolicy.org/sustainable-development/agenda-21-in-one-easy-lesson.html/

Understanding Agenda 21
http://www.freedomadvocates.org/option,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,127/Itemid,81/

April 11, 2011 - Letter to the Scott County Board of Supervisors
http://scottcountyifa.blogspot.com/2011/04/april-11-2011-dear-scott-county-board.html#more

Edmond, OK Public Forum Video

Please watch the video below for examples!
If you have not yet watched this, please watch what the public in Edmond, OK did to inform their local politicians about the dangers of Agenda 21.  It is over an hour long, but a must see.... please pass this to everyone you know who lives in the QCA!!   This is what IFA is fighting against on the local county and city levels.  

http://edmondok.swagit.com/play/03082011-330/0/

1 comment:

  1. buy buy protection of private property rights, thanks a lot Scott County Board of supervisors!

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