For some reason my IPad was not able to show this video; it kept stopping every few minutes. However, I was able to see enough to once again be faced with the enormity of the situation -- private property, as envisioned by our Founding Parents is a thing of the past. Good thing is that trying to watch this video inspired me to look into other folks who were also telling us what is really happening here. My IPad liked one video of Rosa Koire, who interestingly works for the government as an appraiser of property that has fallen under eminent domain. Google her name if you are interested. Rosa spoke about the following, which might provide ammunition to LPSF activists:
Focus on local legislation. There will be no grand announcement about Agenda 21, or One Bay Area.
One Bay Area and other meetings are for show. They do not care what you say. All they want is to be able to say they had the meetings.
Watch for areas labeled as blighted. They will be appropriated unless local citizens overturn the decision.
Communitarianism vs. constitutional rights. We need to expose the flaws in subsuming the rights of individuals for the greater good.
Agenda 21 uses the Green Mask -- environmental concerns as basis for government takeover.
Today's eduction is "outcome based" -- making sure kids are socialized and fit in the grand plan.
Mandatory volunteering for the state; i.e. snitching on neighbors who do not conform [maybe like those who have a license plate holder that says "Libertarians, the real freedom fighters," in which case, I am done for.]
Grill your local politicians on the subject, and out them on this issue.
Understand "regulatory taking." No need for eminent domain -- regulation works much easier.
Find out if your local jurisdiction is operating under the "General Plan" mandated by Agenda 21, and legislate the General Plan out of your local documents.
Well, I am not going down without a fight.