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California Smart Fires For Dummies


November 2018

Sustainable development is an Agenda 21 catch phrase. It sounds non-threatening just like "smart" meters and "smart" bombs but the devil is hidden deep in the details.


While you are distracted with texting, sexting, skyping and gaming, work is proceeding on transforming how you will live in the near future. Recently regional planning bodies in California adopted plans that would require most new housing to be built at much higher density levels.

This is your future: The Association of Bay Area Governments, for example, is proposing that only 3 percent of new housing built by 2035 be allowed on or beyond the “urban fringe” —  where current housing ends and countryside begins. Over two-thirds of the housing built for new residents living in San Francisco and San Jose would be multifamily and concentrated along major thoroughfares.

ABAG’s counterpart in the south, the Southern California Association of Governments, wants even denser housing with 30 or more units per acre in Los Angeles County and five other Southern California counties.

A Wall Street Journal analysis reveals that these New World Order planners are scheduling 68% of all new housing built in Southern California to become condos and apartment complexes by the year 2035.

This will be all that the average person living in California can afford in the future. According to U.S. demographer Joel Kotkin, as hard as it is for a middle class family to afford a home in California now, “things will only get worse in the coming years as Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown and his green cadre implement their ‘smart growth’ plans to cram the proletariat into high density housing.


This is not a conspiracy theory. It's a conspiracy fact!

Orlean Koehle, a resident of Sonoma County and author of the book “By Stealth and Deception,” is one of those tracking all these developments which she traces back to Agenda 21. She complains that the government is making it more and more difficult for people to own or use their own property in California.

The ultimate goal of “Agenda 21 is to put everyone under regional governments and undercut local government. Another goal of Agenda 21 is re-wilding America by removing all signs of human habitation from large portions of the country. Called the Wildlands Project, its goal is to set aside approximately 50 percent of the North American continent as “wild land” under the pretext of preserving the biological diversity of the continent and protecting the migratory routes of animals..if you believe that BS. It's really about protecting it for the ruling 1%.

This means blocking huge portions of land from human use. Private land ownership will be limited or disallowed and human activity on the remaining land would be heavily controlled. The federal government owns approximately 650 million acres or 30 percent of the land in the United States. In California, the federal government owns about 45 percent of the land.


California land owner Debbie Bacigalupi says, “This is all a land grab. They're trying to regulate people so they can’t afford to live on the land. And if that doesn’t work, they will try something more drastic.”

If Agenda 21 has been under the radar for a while, it’s because the agenda is being accomplished incrementally. Raising the topic usually gets one labeled a “conspiracy theorist.” Americans have every right to question what the AGENDA planners have in mind for us — as evidenced by all the laws and regulations being put into place in THEIR own best interests, not ours.




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