Be Prepared to Fight in Fulton County
Rural Development, or Sustainable Development, better known as Local Agenda 21 Land Use Plan, boils down to taking away our property rights. You can’t have a globalist movement without taking private property away. It’s going to be the next generation that will not be able to own land any more.
To our detriment, it’s being implemented locally in Fulton County.
State Rep. Lorie Benedict of Sturkie will be hosting a Rural Development Workshop & Grant Seminar on October 11, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at the Fulton County Fairgrounds in Salem, Arkansas.
This email is NOT an endorsement of Rep. Benedict, the workshop, or the seminar. This is a CALL TO ACTION to our supporters.
The purpose of the workshop sounds warm and fuzzy: to support a new jail for the community, free dinner thanks to local banks, a question and answer session…
It’s VERY important that you attend this meeting while keeping a few things in mind:
1. Rural Development and grants to fund it (if under government control) are tied with regulated and restricted Land Use (ie. Land Grabs).
2. This means more government control -and less personal property rights.
3. This is a local implementation of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development employing eminent domain.
4. An example of a State Agency employing eminent domain
(Land Grabs, etc.) is the State Parks & Recreation Dept.
Feel free to look up this workshop in your search engine, and take note of the different state agencies that will be represented.
We must GET VOCAL LOCAL. Attend the workshop with other friends and family, and voice your concerns with Rural Development and Land Use.
Then send us an email with your comments!
It’s important that – before you attend – you become educated on the United Nation’s Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, ICLEI, Global Governance, and “environmental protection”. These things are being implemented under the guise of environmental safety and social justice. (Remember Karl Marx? He coined the term “social justice”. ‘Nough said.) Agenda 21 is actually being implemented in almost every community in the country, whether you’re aware of it or not.