Short Tutorial on Regionalism

This video outlines where the ideas of the regionalists and new urbanists have originated. If the above video does not appear on your device, use this direct link: Published on Aug 19, 2013 Agenda 21 is a 1992 United Nations’ policy document which calls for using Smart Growth and Sustainability to remake the world […]

Regionalism is Fascism

Don’t believe us? Take it from Master Planner Andrés Duany who is brutally honest in these short clips about the top-down system that is regionalism. If the above video does not appear on your device, use this direct link:

Background Information on Regionalism

For those interested in watching an hour and a half video, here is a good in-depth explanation of where these sustainability ideas originated. Keep in mind that because the word ‘sustainability’ has gotten such a bad rap (which it deserves) new buzzwords are going to refer to regionalism as being done in the name of […]

Just Say NO to Forced Regionalism

The UN said that urbanisation is now “unstoppable”.  Anna Tibaijuka, outgoing director of UN-Habitat, said: “Just over half the world now lives in cities but by 2050, over 70% of the world will be urban dwellers. By then, only 14% of people in rich countries will live outside cities, and 33% in poor countries.”  The […]

Master Planner Admits Regionalism is Fascism But It Works

In this short video from our friends at American Coalition for Property Rights, you will hear clips from a speech by Master Planner Andres Duany where he admits what Florida’s “Seven50” plan intends to do. Keep in mind, ALL “sustainability” plans that are formulated under HUD grants are ONE AND THE SAME with regard to […]

Most Dangerous Man in America?

Cuban National Andrés Duany could easily be called the most dangerous man in America. Seems that the founder of the radical new urbanist CNU group is training planners at his company, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, and then they are in turn getting hired by towns who have no idea where these radical ideas are coming […]

There Goes Vermont!

The Rutland Herald reports: “The department has a contract with Congress for the New Urbanism, which according to its website is an international nonprofit organization “working to build vibrant communities where people have diverse choices for how they live, work and get around.” Hanford said CNU has a track record for this sort of work […]