Whether some think so or not, Agenda 2030 is the single GREATEST THREAT to our freedom, locally, state-wise, and nationally… being promoted by special interests who believe in it, and bolstered by what is already firmly entrenched in government AND the private sector, with crony capitalists being VERY interested for their own monetary benefit.
Often one will see invitations to fora from groups promoting things such as “Workforce Training for 0-5 Year-olds” and the like, but who feature NO parent or teacher or taxpayer representation, just corporate and special interest groups.
Today, what ISN’T driven by “sustainable development” dogma? As we’ve noted MANY MANY TIMES, the UN climate hoax, and the one-world agenda, is omni-present in our schools, town governments, and federal programs and efforts. The whole goal of this agenda is regionalism, and getting rid of local control (of school boards, town governments, etc) and our current political boundaries.
See below a notice we received from HUD. It seems they are going to be hosting a discussion about the death of private property and single-family home ownership. They speak about these things as if they were impediments. What is next, putting everyone into government-owned housing?
Atty Gregory Carson (NH) is, or was, HUD’s rep in NH. We had him debate one of our researchers from this group and it was clear that he is a willing front man for what HUD is actually doing in NH. You can see that debate in this video:
And the recent notice from HUD:
June is National Homeownership Month, a time to reflect on the impact that owning a home has on household wealth, neighborhood stability and our nation’s broader economic health. The theme of National Homeownership Month 2017 is Finding Your Place in a New Era of Homeownership.
Please join us on Thursday, June 1 beginning at 2 p.m. as HUD Secretary Ben Carson hosts a diverse group of experts to discuss the history and outlook of this central pillar of ‘The American Dream.” Moderated by Emmy Award-winning CNBC Real Estate Reporter Diana Olick, the panel discussion will examine how the nation’s housing crisis is effecting consumer attitudes, especially for the growing population of millennials attempting to enter the market. Reporters who wish to attend are asked to arrive no later than 1:30 p.m. EDT. The program will also be webcast and questions will be received by email at FindYourPlace@hud.govor by Twitter using the hashtag #FindYourPlace.
Dr. Ben Carson, HUD Secretary
Diana Olick, CNBC Real Estate Reporter and moderator
Jon Spader, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
Lawrence Yun, National Association of Realtors
Joel Kan, Mortgage Bankers Association
Christie Peale, Center for NYC Neighborhoods
WHAT: National Homeownership Forum
WHEN: Thursday, June 1, 2017 from 2 to 4 p.m. EDT
WHERE: Webcast from HUD Headquarters, 451 7th Street, SW, Washington, DC 20002
For more information and to register online to participate in this forum, visit HUD’s website