Sunday December 8, 2013
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Do you notice that we are given a list of alternatives that are all fairly radical in their obvious slant toward human-restriced access and re-wilding (check out Agenda 21)? So when we vote for the least radical option the Forest Service can say that a majority of the public supports their selected plan. An old trick of the bureaucrats who think they are smarter than the rest of us. I think it's time to replace the USDA and US Forest Service (and arrogant local forest) management, but we might have to wait until the Obama administration is out in power.
Have the people behind this Transition Town initiative disavowed any links with or support of and by the U.N.'s Agenda 21? People should be very wary of any programs that push for re-wilding, "sustainable growth", restrictions on new homes (size and number) and businesses, punitive business start-up taxes and fees, over-doing bike lanes, restrictions on public land access, federal govt owing of land, etc.
Can the leaders of the Transition Town start-up here in Payson defend their positions and goals in public in front of groups that question the wisdom of Agenda 21?
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