Legislation For 2011. Part 1: Save Your Property Rights! HB3202 and Agenda 21on November 13th, 2010 at 3:12 pm
The state legislative session starts in January and we will be looking closely at 9 specific piece of State legislation to support. Over the coming days, I will be giving you some information on these legislative initiatives.
On December 2, we will review them at our meeting and we will provide more information on the legislative items and how to effectively lobby. We will address more of this at our January 13th meeting (we’re moving it to the 2nd Thursday of January 1 time due to the holidays) This leads up to Lobby day on January 17th in Richmond. This is a key day to ensure we make our voices heard in Richmond.
This is a scary topic and one that I know you’ll want to get educated on. How would you feel if all of the land in yellow and red in the map above could not be used to live in? That is the scenario we are facing in Virginia if we don’t act now.
Part 1: Save Your Property Rights!
Nothing is more basic to our principles then the concept of personal property. And a bill was passed in 2007 that is now jeopardizing the very basis of your personal property rights.
And I don’t believe there is any exaggeration in those words. It’s being done under the guise of Sustainable Development. This seemingly worthwhile goal is really a subterfuge to take away your property rights and to force you and your families into urban areas…whether you want to go or not.
I know that sounds like some sort of far-fetched science fiction novel, but HB 3202 passed in 2007 requires 67 counties in our Commonwealth to establish “high density urban development areas.”
This is being carried out by local unelected planning groups under the guise of protecting the enviornment Their stated plan is to create buffer zones between urban areas and wildlands projects. Through zoning decisions and strict regulations, they plan on devaluing rural land to a point where property owners will be forced into government programs that effectively cedes their property rights.
Why? Donna Holt, head of Virginia’s Campaign For Liberty group has written an excellent primer on this entitled “The History of Sustainable Development: Connecting the Dots”
Long story short. This is part of a UN plan entitled Agenda 21. The goal is simply to move the bulk of human population into high density urban areas. Agenda 21 has a specific list of ways to do this, which is effectively mimicked in HB3202.
Many good legislators originally voted for this thinking it was simply a way to protect wildlife and manage rural area growth. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
This quote from the UN sums up the goal of Agenda 21 nicely…
“Land…cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also the principle instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth, and therefore, contributes to social injustice…”
This year the Virginia 10th Amendment Revolution and Campaign For Liberty are backing a proposal to repeal major provisions of HB3202. This will effectively stop this violation of our basic property rights in Virginia. We will be discussing this more at our December 2 and January 13th Public meetings so we are ready to educate and lobby our leaders to ensure they vote to repeal HB 3202.
I urge to educate yourself on this issue. Like Glenn Beck often says, don’t trust me…do you own research. I think you will find this to be an issue that requires immediate action.
I believe that repeal of HB3202 should be one of the cornerstones of our lobbying efforts in 2011. Review the information below and see if you don’t agree.
These lead to Agenda 21 in 1992.
Six months after his inauguration, President Bill Clinton issued Executive Order #12852 which created the President’s Council On Sustainable Development on June 29 1993 which created the following Agenda 21 blue print for the US. Note this map of the proposed land usage in the US and how much land, per this proposal, would have to be taken away from private property owners.
Donna’s connecting the dots study details the numerous groups that are effectively advocating for Agenda 21.
Leading to, in 2007. HB3202.
This battle is happening right now in Chesterfield County. Check out videos of the meetings where they talk through these issues.
Please take some time to review this and we will discuss more in our upcoming meetings. Donna Holt will be in Roanoke on December 14th for the 2nd Tuesday Constitution Group’s meeting and I urge you to attend and get more educated on this.
If you are like me, this should scare the pants off of you…but we can do something about it by demanding that our local legislators repeal HB3202. More to come on December 2.
Roanoke Tea Party