Why are our American agencies attending these events? Because this is where they are getting their agenda. This is scary and sick. Think about it. People who are supposed to be for America are devoting their time to enforcing some other system created by a global ‘cult’ that does NOT include our constitutional republican form of government for whom they supposedly work.
Neil Rackleff, Assistant Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), United States of America, attended the Innovative governance for open and inclusive cities High Level Roundtables
on Sunday 11 February 2018.
Objectives for the session, by this NON governmental authority were listed as:
– Provide experiences and best practices of the participant institutions to showcase how they are using innovative tools and instruments to find new ways in urban governance
– Debate and discuss new ideas and trends that can promote more inclusive and open cities.
– Identify problems and solutions in the process of implementing open government policies.
– Explore ways in which national, local and regional governments, civil society, practitioners and academics are collaborating to achieve the New Urban Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
– Unpack the concept of innovative governance to relate it to the Right to the City strategic approach.
– Gather a coalition of interested partners towards the development of urban governance monitoring strategy tool.
Just who are these people working for? Once again, an illegal US agency known as HUD is becoming an agent/enforcer of the global governance system promoted by a special interest group called the United Nations.
“In February, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia hosted this year’s World Urban Forum. HUD led the U.S. delegation, sending a small group that included Neal Rackleff, Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Ralph Gaines, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, and me. Assistant Secretary Rackleff was designated the head of the delegation, which also included representatives from the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. More than 20,000 participants from 165 countries participated, including more than 100 ministers and deputy ministers.”
They claim that “The United States’ presence at the World Urban Forum demonstrates our commitment not only to diplomatic relations with other countries but also to good governance and comprehensive approaches to housing and urban development issues. The opportunity to share with others and bring lessons learned back to HUD continues to be vitally important.”
Of greater importance is that the US Govt needs to abide by the constitution and defend the freedoms of every citizen in the country, not undermine them with international, unconstitutional law.