Showing posts with label Agenda 21. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Agenda 21. Show all posts

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Gloucester County, Virginia's Hidden Tourism Plan

Gloucester, VA - The Coleman Bridge.  Picture taken for the new Gloucester Links & News website. 

Imagine a tourist area that is made up of Colonial Yorktown with its’ battlefields, new Victory Museum, the Yorktown River Walk, the Waterman’s Museum, floating docks that can accommodate cruise ships up to 400’ long and numerous other tourist attractions. Further imagine two Virginia State Parks located on the York River in Gloucester; a National Park on the York River in the Capahosic area of Gloucester; the York River State Park on the York River in the Toano area of James City County and; New Quarter Park located next to Cheatham Annex and close to historic Williamsburg. Imagine tour boats picking up and dropping off tourists at each location as they navigate up and down the York River while tour guides describe locations of various shipwrecks on the floor of the York, the docks at the Navel Weapons Station and Cheatham Annex, watermen harvesting clams, fish, oysters and crabs, historical sites and so on. Imagine new marinas in Gloucester and more boats, jet skis and other watercraft enjoying the York River and it’s tributaries for recreation. Imagine Gloucester’s rich history being brought to the forefront and Gloucester becoming a high density part of Virginia’s tourism industry. Imagine ferry boats or an up river bridge connecting Gloucester to the Williamsburg area, creating a historic tourism circle made up of Gloucester, Yorktown, Jamestown and Williamsburg. 

Now let reality set back in and let yourself begin to realize that a tourist area of that magnitude would cost hundreds of millions of dollars or more and would take a very long time to design, plan and complete. Let yourself begin to realize there would be even more negative impacts on commercial Watermen. Let yourself realize it will require more roads, housing, hotels, restaurants, fire and rescue, police, schools and bigger local government. Finally let yourself realize Gloucester County would no longer be the quiet little town it has been throughout history.

It is now time for a serious question. What would you say if you learned that such a tourism plan has been in the works for several years and that several steps have already been taken to move the concept forward without informing the People that such a plan exists? After reading the rest of this article we think you will realize that is exactly what is occurring as none of the steps taken thus far have included public statements from anyone acknowledging or even mentioning the existence of a non-publicly disclosed master plan that we believe has been in existence for over 20 years. Anyway, here are just few steps that have been taken publicly so far without the un-named plan being mentioned.

On February 14, 2014 the daily press reported funding for a new state park on the York River and Aberdeen Creek was being sought by local legislators to begin constructing amenities to include trails, camp sites, cabins and water access. The Daily Press reported that Del. Keith Hodges, R-Middlesex, and Sen. Thomas K. "Tommy" Norment, R-James City were seeking $8 million for work on the first phase of the park which include roads, a beach, swimming area, seven miles of trails, a fishing pier and other basic amenities. A 2011 park master plan estimated the cost of the first phase at $13.3 million. Hodges had also requested $600,000 to pay for staff and equipment to develop the park. The park has 2,260 feet of York River shoreline at an area where the river is two miles wide, it has 3,776 feet of shoreline along Aberdeen Creek, it encompasses 431 acres of land and was purchased in 2005 for $3.9 million from Newport News resident Pela Hundley during former Gov. Mark Warner's administration. (The same Pela Hundley who sold the new Page Middle School property to Gloucester County in 2004.) The property purchase was financed using general obligation bonds from a voter-approved state referendum in 2002. Phase two plans for lodging facilities at the state park include 30 camping sites and a group camp site, 10 cabins to include one three-bedroom, eight two-bedrooms, one lodge, a picnic area and a play area. More amenities are included with a price tag of $13.6 million for phase II. A 2010 park master plan estimated the total cost of the park to be around $28.2 million.

On May 20, 2014 the Daily press reported President Obama’s proposed budget called for spending $6 million on the Werowocomoco site in Gloucester and the John Smith Trail, which traces Smith's exploratory journey throughout the Chesapeake Bay area from 1607 to 1609. (The story behind this park coming to the attention of the President is another complex and somewhat curious story that will be covered in the future.) Governor Terry McAuliffe visited the farm that is owned by Bob and Lynn Ripley which was supposedly home to Chief Powhatan and his daughter Pocahontas when settlers arrived in Virginia in 1607. That during the Governor’s visit he is reported to have said the property could link Gloucester with the Hampton Roads region's famed Historic Triangle of Jamestown, Yorktown and Williamsburg. The Daily Press further reported that McAuliffe said he had briefed and had the full support of Virginia's congressional delegation about the proposal for the national park. They also reported that he sees Werowocomoco National Park and the John Smith Trail as a way to draw tourists, help diversify the state's economy and bring money to communities such as Gloucester. The Daily Press reported that he said he can see tourists landing from the water.

On August 7, 2012 the Daily Press reported that the Gloucester Board of Supervisors unanimously approved establishing “No Discharge” zones in Gloucester. The establishment of these zones means boaters will be prohibited from dumping human sewage in the Piankatank River, Mobjack Bay and the York River and all of their tributaries. On October 7, 2014 the Board of Supervisors authorized the Gloucester Go Green Advisory Committee to submit an application for the establishment of No Discharge Zones in Sarah Creek and the Perrin River. Currently, the Federal Clean Water Act prohibits dumping untreated sewage from boats anywhere in the U.S., but does permit dumping treated sewage from certain marine sanitation devices in U.S. waters, except in No Discharge Zones. Once No Discharge Zones are establish even those with both device types will not be permitted to dump sewage in the No Discharge Zone waters and will be required to have human waste removed from their boats at marinas with waste pumping stations or through other on-land disposal facilities.

In March 2015 Lewis Lawrence, executive director of the Hampton Roads Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission made a presentation to the Gloucester Board of Supervisors on dredging Aberdeen Creek. During this briefing Lawrence said watermen have been raising concerns in recent years about their ability to get boats in and out of the wharf at the end of the creek. He further said that in 2009 the Middle Peninsula Chesapeake Bay Public Access Authority and Planning District Commission were asked to study Aberdeen Creek as a commercial seafood hub, specifically looking at land-use issues and options for dredging. This study was funded through a grant from Virginia's Coastal Zone Program. (A “networked program”. established to manage Virginia's coastal resources, the program relies on a network of state agencies and local governments to administer the enforceable laws and regulations that protect our wetlands, dunes, subaqueous lands, fisheries, and air and water quality within the Virginia “Coastal Zone.) The Daily Press reported that the Virginia Institute of Marine Science is performing an economic impact study and that Lawrence said the dredging could cost $600,000 to $1.5 million, depending on the extent of the project. They further reported him saying the most probable cost should be around $744,000, or $93,000 a year which would be paid for by Gloucester taxpayers over eight years.

On April 16, 2015 the Gloucester Board of Supervisors repealed the Boat Tax, resulting in a $438,000 annual revenue loss.

On July 19, 2015 the Daily Press reported that Governor McAuliffe, the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Virginia Department of Transportation met under the bridge at Gloucester Point where they signed a memorandum of understanding which asks the three agencies to work together to identify new potential public access projects, especially at bridge crossings and roads. The Daily Press quoted McAuliffe saying, "Where ever we have VDOT next to one of our state parks and [there is a bridge] or an opportunity for us to build at that waterway and allow people to access the water I want that done"

On October 20, 2015 the Gloucester Board of Supervisors received a presentation on what is being referred to as the York River Stewardship Program. The presentation primarily focused on what is being called the York River Maritime Heritage National Marine Sanctuary Initiative. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is legally responsible for the management of maritime heritage resources within designated sanctuaries. According to NOAA, the National Marine Sanctuaries Act authorizes the Secretary of Commerce to, “…designate and manage areas of the marine environment with special national significance due to their conservation, recreational, ecological, historical, scientific, cultural, archaeological, educational or esthetic qualities as National Marine Sanctuaries.” In other words, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce will be in complete control of the York River, its tributaries and land that “may” impact the condition of the York River. Bodies of water that are designated sanctuaries under the National Marine Sanctuaries Act appear to be highly regulated, especially in the area of commercial fishing. The president of the Waterman’s Museum Board also shared that York River boat tours leaving from the Waterman’s Museum will likely begin during the summer of 2016.

As we said earlier, those are only some of the steps that have been taken to push along the un-named project. Other steps that have been taken include things like; several million dollars in improvements to Hickory Fork Road; multiple strategically placed mixed use development type plans that have been approved in Gloucester; strategic land purchases by a small number of individuals who obviously know more about the un-named plan than the general public; building Page Middle School on T.C. Walker Road with plans to relocate the school bus garage and sell the property being in the works long before the tornado damaged Page and; the efforts of the Gloucester Main Street Preservation Trust to re-construct Main Street, through a backdoor tax dollar funding mechanism called library and health department space rent. There are plenty more occurrences that clearly demonstrate a long and continuous effort by a few individuals to bring the un-known plan to reality and profit from it without letting the vast majority of Gloucester residents, businesses and property owners know what is actually taking place. There are people who live among us and elsewhere who have and continue to take advantage of knowing things the majority of Gloucester property owners have no knowledge of. Just like what went on with Page Middle School; the plans for the un-named plan have been created, the People’s money is being spent and when the time comes, the whole thing will be shoved down a huge majority of the People’s throats and the few who were in the “know” will profit.

We are not trying to advocate for or against the un-named plan as our primary goal is to let everyone know what is going on I Gloucester County. We realize there could be many long term benefits for Gloucester’s residents, businesses and property owners, but we also know that when things are done outside of the People’s watchful eye, many get taken advantage of so a few greedy individuals can profit. Our advice to Gloucester property owners is to hang onto what you have because within the next several years the value of your property will increase. Don’t be fooled by offers that appear to be high in comparison to Gloucester’s assessed value as the assessment is not a true reflection of your property’s true worth, even though the Code of Virginia requires all properties to be assessed at true market value. That does not happen in Gloucester. A prime example of this is the Route 17 frontage property that connects to the new Page Middle School property, which Harry Corr, now deceased, purchased one day before the School Board voted to build Page on that property. Mr. Corr paid the Pella Hundley Trust more than six times the properties’ assessed values, or so it would appear in Gloucester’s online land records. (Again the Hundley name comes up) As can be seen from this example, Gloucester’s assessments appear to be far lower than true market value.

Should Gloucester become a tourist destination and retirement community, or should it remain a place to live away from all of that?

Kenny Hogge, Sr.
Gloucester Point, Virginia

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Draining The Local Government Swamp

Gloucester, VA - Picture taken for the new Gloucester Links & News website.

Draining The Local Government Swamp

Our new President promised that if he were elected he would drain the federal government swamp and return power to We The People. So far President Trump appears to be living up to his promise, but he cannot do it alone and our federal government is not the only place where the government swamp needs to be drained. Our Commonwealth government (I emphasize “Common”), needs some draining and so does our local government and many other local government’s throughout Virginia.

One of the biggest issues of government overreach in Gloucester County, Virginia is land use zoning. Gloucester has been driven onto the path of the local government telling land owners what they may or may not do with their property. That is not the Gloucester I and many others grew up in. Our local government and elected representatives have passed local laws and adopted policies that require land owners to comply with “their” restrictive zoning requirements. In fact, our current Board of Supervisors has passed local law prohibiting certain styles of buildings because they do not like how they look. Further appalling is the fact that one of our elected Supervisors has publicly stated during a Board of Supervisors meeting that he believes they sometimes need to tell land owners what they may or may not do with their property. In my opinion Gloucester County “is” the definition of United Nations Agenda 21 micro-zoning.

Several years ago our local government began to implement what they refer to as the “Village Plans”. These plans constrict growth within the Hayes/Gloucester Point and Courthouse areas. They want retail and other business, medium to high density housing and other such growth restricted primarily to these areas and are making a concerted effort to develop every space possible. 

Recently our Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning request so a developer can build an apartment complex next to the York River Crossing Shopping Center. This complex will contain around 120 apartment units and will share parking with the shopping center. The apartments will also share the existing entrances to the shopping center, as there are no plans to construct additional entrances. In this instance our local government made exceptions to their zoning restrictions in order to accommodate the developer even though, People spoke against the apartments at the Public Hearing and there will be traffic and other impacts that will negatively affect a significant number of us. Yet, they would not approve a small developers request for an exception to their zoning rules so he could build a single duplex apartment unit in a Courthouse area neighborhood.

About three years ago our local government approved a developers request to rezone land behind the American Legion Hall so they can build around 260 apartment units. This land is well outside of their Village Plan development area, but the rezoning request was still approved. Recently a developer requested our local government to rezone five and half acres of land so he can build five, four unit, apartment buildings; for a total of 20 apartments. This developers rezoning request was denied.

Recently a Gloucester land owner spoke publicly at a Board of Supervisor meeting about his dismay at not being able to rent out a house located along Route 17 because the house had not been occupied for two years or more. As it turns out, some years ago our local government implemented a local law that rezones residential property within the Development District to commercial property if the residence remains uninhabited for two years or more.

Our local government would like us to think they are taking steps to accommodate growth in Gloucester, when in reality they are just hand selecting what they want to see in Gloucester and continuing to follow the United Nations micro-zoning path created by their predecessors back in the 90’s. I believe the village plans and other constrictive zoning and zoning associated laws and policies should be scrapped. I believe land owners should be given their property rights back. If it does not pertain to health, safety or security, our local government should refrain from interfering in what landowners do with their land. Getting rid of micro-zoning practices will save a lot of tax dollars and will also generate additional revenue from growth.
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Kenny Hogge, Sr.
Gloucester Point, Virginia

Friday, October 31, 2014

Governor McAuliffe Signs Executive Order Strengthening Virginia’s Housing Policy

Courthouse in Clarendon Arlington County, Virg...
Courthouse in Clarendon Arlington County, Virginia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
~ Governor makes announcement at the Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference ~ 

NORFOLK – While speaking today at the Virginia Governor’s Housing Conference, Governor Terry McAuliffe issued Executive Order 32 to advance critical components of Virginia’s housing policy agenda. The Executive Order will build upon the Commonwealth’s ongoing efforts to reduce homelessness, implement Virginia’s Olmstead Community Integration Plan and ensure that housing is a key contributor to Virginia’s ongoing economic recovery.

“Expanding access to quality affordable housing is at the very foundation of my administration’s efforts to build a new Virginia economy,” said Governor McAuliffe. “Strengthening our Commonwealth’s housing policy will create jobs, grow our economy and help improve the quality of life of Virginians all over our state.”

Executive Order 32 emphasizes community development investments that will further revitalize urban and rural communities throughout Virginia. The Executive Order also seeks to better address homelessness throughout Virginia and achieve the goal of ending veterans’ homelessness by the end of 2015. In addition, through the implementation of Virginia’s Olmstead Community Integration Plan, the Executive Order seeks to meet the terms of Virginia’s Settlement Agreement and expand community living opportunities for people with disabilities.

“Affordable and sound housing is a critical component of growing our economy and making life better for Virginia families,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones. “Smart housing policy creates jobs and encourages locally-based businesses and industries, which creates healthy and successful communities.”

Following the Governor’s announcement, the 2014 Virginia Housing Awards were given to several organizations and government entities throughout the state. The awards recognize outstanding and innovative efforts in crafting effective solutions for the Commonwealth’s complex array of housing needs. The following were the winners of the 2014 awards:

Arlington County and the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing
Project: Arlington Mill Residences

Best Housing Program or Service
Pulaski County and the Town of Pulaski
Project: Pulaski Tornado Recovery Project

Best Housing Preservation/Revitalization Effort
Project: Forest Heights Neighborhood Improvement Project

Best Affordable Housing Energy Conservation Effort
Better Housing Coalition, Richmond
Project: Somanath Senior Apartments at Beckstoffer’s

Best In My Backyard “IMBY”Arlington County and the Pike Planning Plenary Group
Project: Columbia Pike Planning Initiative

The Governor’s Housing Conference is Virginia’s largest and most comprehensive affordable housing event. The three-day event features workshops and sessions designed to help public and private sector representatives develop effective housing solutions in Virginia. Nearly 800 affordable housing advocates, providers and policy makers gather each year at the conference.
The text of Executive Order Number 32 is below:


Importance of the Issue
            The sustained economic and social vitality of communities throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia depends upon the quality, availability, and affordability of housing. Housing is, and will remain, a key policy priority with far-reaching economic and social consequences. Successfully addressing homelessness, particularly among veterans and youth, requires a continued commitment of energy and resources. Advancing progress in special needs housing is also an imperative to ensure that individuals with disabilities have the opportunity to live in appropriate, fully integrated settings within communities rather than institutional facilities. Moreover, the housing industry is a major direct and indirect contributor to the growth of the state’s economy.

            The Commonwealth must build upon the foundation established by public and private constituencies to address homelessness, while identifying several new priority areas in which progress is needed and attainable. The availability of affordable housing is a critical component not only for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, but also for a growing workforce. It is essential to coordinate housing and economic development investments.

            Accordingly, by virtue of the power vested in me as Governor under Article V of the Constitution of Virginia and under the laws of the Commonwealth, and subject to my continuing and ultimate authority and responsibility to act in such matters, I hereby direct the Secretary of Commerce and Trade, with the assistance of the Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Executive Director of the Virginia Housing Development Authority, and a representative of the Secretary of Health and Human Resources to identify and implement actions to enable quality, affordable housing, which will strengthen families and communities and foster economic growth.

Policy Review Initiatives
            In developing Virginia’s current housing policy, prior housing policy initiatives will be reviewed in addition to the following measures:
  1. Prioritize the most urgent areas of housing and homeless program needs.
  2. Identify the links between housing and economic and community development.
  3. Establish working groups as determined by the Secretary of Commerce and Trade and invite stakeholder participation to provide input regarding housing and related issues.
  4. Conduct a review of programs and policies in coordination with the activities of state-level housing and economic development policy-setting efforts.

  1. Offer advice and recommendations for policies that address:
    1. Homelessness, particularly among veterans, young adults, and children;

    1. Rapid re-housing strategies;
    2. Housing opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other categories of special needs;
    3. Appropriate housing options for an aging demographic;
    4. Economic and community development strategies integrated with housing initiatives for urban and rural revitalization, including adaptive reuse, mixed-use development and mixed-income housing, and the preservation of existing affordable housing;
    5. Cross-Secretariat and agency collaboration and identification of resources to assist individuals receiving supportive services within a community, as appropriate, rather than in institutional settings; and,
    6. Affordable housing that meets the needs of working Virginians in areas where high housing costs impede economic development, productivity, and the quality of life.

Staffing and Funding
            Staffing will be furnished by the Office of the Secretary of Commerce and Trade and the Secretary of Health and Human Resources, Department of Housing and Community Development, Virginia Housing Development Authority, and other agencies and offices as needed. Stakeholder participants in the review shall serve without compensation. 

Effective Date of the Executive Order
            This Executive Order shall be effective upon its signing and shall remain in force and effect until rescinded by further executive order. 

            Given under my hand and under the Seal of the Commonwealth of Virginia, this 30th day of October, 2014.

Terence R. McAuliffe, Governor

Attest:               _______________________________________
                        Levar M. Stoney, Secretary of the Commonwealth

(If anyone isn't paying attention, there are a lot of code buzz words used in this release that strongly suggest highly socialist overtones that are not in the best interests of anyone who own property in Virginia.  Smart Housing Policy is one of those buzz phrases that spells out disaster for private property owners.  Looking at some of the information in this press release, one quickly finds mixed use development plans with multi story apartment buildings and retail units all on the first floor.  One project mentioned is Arlington Mills Residences.  628 square foot units that are energy efficient and are affordable with rents being around only a mere one thousand dollars a month.  

  Who are they kidding?  You can buy a house with land for that amount of money.  But that is the scam.  It is no longer desired that you should ever own property and the future for children?  No way they will own land.  Even if you try to leave it to them through your will.  This release stinks of corruption that is so cleaver that it's very hard for most to see the underlying plans.)

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Saturday, March 15, 2014

AGENDA 21 More Information On This Subject

UN Headquarter Vienna
UN Headquarter Vienna (Photo credit: Herr P.)

We are putting together some videos that we are finding on the Agenda 21 issue.  

"Behind the green mask UN Agenda 21" Rosa Koire is the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute. Impacting every aspect of our lives, UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a corporate manipulation using the Green Mask of environmental concern to forward a globalist plan.

Rosa speaks across the world and is a regular blogger on her website Democrats Against UN Agenda 21 dot com. Her book, BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: UN Agenda 21 is available on, Kindle, and Nook, and at her website. Websites:

Agenda21 Whistle Blower tells of her personal experience at the Rio Conference in 1992.

Our Notes:  This third video is probably the most interesting of the 3 and probably the most revealing.  Information you most likely have never heard before unless you have already seen this video.  
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Monday, March 10, 2014

Beware The Agenda 21 Protesters

Saturday, March 8th, 2014 at the Lighthouse Worship Center, having started at 2:00PM and running straight to 5:00 PM was a special program open to the public and covering issues that are often referred to as Agenda 21. Agenda 21 purports to affect every American's life on a multitude of levels from wetland mitigation, climate change, public schooling, community planning, housing, personal property, health care and much more.

It was estimated that somewhere in the neighborhood of just over 300 people showed up for this event with several people having traveled several hours to do so. Most of the people who attended were what are often referred to as conservative in nature. Not right wing even though some may take that credit, we understand what the meaning of right wing means today and what it used to mean. There is a substantial difference between the past meaning and the present.

(Conservative:  Meaning;  1 disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restoretraditional ones, and to limit change.
cautiously moderate or purposefully low: a conservative estimate.
traditional in style or manner; avoiding novelty or showiness: conservativesuit.

People who care about their community and the future that we all seem to be heading towards. People who are trying to do what they feel is right and what is best for everyone and not just themselves. It is very important that these distinctions be pointed out and made very clear. Because our next concern is the content of the meeting that we are about to address and it is going to offend the people who attended this meeting. It's what we like to call;

Bait And Switch:

Two main speakers gave their views during the vast majority of the 3 hours allotted for the meeting. Most of what they communicated, we would have to say, we agreed with the majority of it. Climate change is nothing more than a religion and has no real science behind it in the views of many. Agenda 21 is a culmination of a multitude of concepts and planning that is very quickly stripping away the rights of all American's. Again, we do not disagree.

But now here is where we highly disagree with what took place at this meeting. The tools, books, DVD's newsletters, pamphlets, and more were all designed to make anyone who tries to use these tools look like complete idiots. They are some of the least professional, highly disturbing pieces of crap put together and the folks at this meeting were told that to expect to be told that these tools would not work but what the folks who are using them need to do is go in groups and demand to know why politicians would not sign them and demand that they be signed anyway. I looked at a bunch of these forms myself and I would never sign them as they; ARE NOT IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE!!!!!!

These two speakers, in our opinion, were very slick Washington, DC con men leading good people down a very dangerous and narrow path. These jokers tell a great story, and they have a very conservative pitch which is what makes them so appealing to a certain class of people, but it does not appear that the people are really looking at the end game of these jokers.

One of the tools that was given to the people at this meeting is called a “Resolution To Protect Citizen's Property Rights”, which must be read very very carefully. What it boils down to is the full shut down of planning by anyone in the county if anyone in any county could ever get this insane document signed by their county officials. If county officials did ever sign and agree to this, then the state would have to come in and take over the planning and the state is not going to sign any document like this nor give any bearing to one signed by county officials. It's dead from the very start because no county official would ever sign it. Besides, it would also be thrown out of court should it ever make it that far. No judge would ever uphold the document in our view.

What those who attended the meeting were told is to expect that county officials would not sign it, but not to accept that issue and keep fighting it anyway, not being told the real nature of why no county official would ever sign. That makes the group of folks trying to push something like this through look like a bunch of nuts. Well, if they did not read the document and understand how nuts the document is, then they are a bunch of nuts. AHHA! We start to see how these jokers work and how it very much appears they are working against the folks they profess to be trying to help.

Next on our list of nutty goof ball ideas spreading around the meeting came from the Virginia Christian Alliance. We do mean nutty goof ball ideas. Here is what this one is about.

Petition For Impeachment of Attorney General
Mark Herring:

First, the document is under a 2013 copyright by the Virginia Christian Alliance, strike one. We are going to make a copy of this that will be watermarked for news use only, therefore allowing us to make a copy to show everyone the document. This petition only states that the folks who signed the petitions want Mark Herring impeached. The reason? Good question. It isn't very clear. It's a bunch of mumbo jumbo concepts and no real reason actually stated. Only opinions are given as to why Mark Herring should be impeached. Yeah, I would worry about a petition like that. No, not really. It has no chance of happening. It only sounds good to those upset by the Gay Marriage ban being lifted.

No law is cited that Mark broke and no law is cited that Mark has failed to uphold. No chance of the petition having any chance of doing anything. It's a farce and a waste of time with the exception of seeing who the dissidents are who were willing to sign such a petition. For that part, it's rather valuable.

Now there is also the free copy of the magazine they were giving away, not worth the price of free. Again, it has a very conservative style writing to it on the surface. When you actually dig down and look at what they are writing about and how they are choosing their articles, it's not so conservative. It's more conservative socialism or conservative fascism or conservative communism. It is not conservative capitalism however. The magazine is titled, “New American”, which says it all.

We prefer the old style American ways of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Not the fascist conservative right wing. Again, there lies more issues, the people at this meeting were not what anyone would call fascists or socialists or communists by any means. They were old fashioned and were brought up and taught a much different America than what is presently taught. When polled, I do not recall seeing anyone raise their hands when it was asked if there was anyone in the audience under the age of 40. Everyone in the audience was 40 plus years and older. A different form of education at a very different level.

The Fight:

What people were told where they must take a stand and narrow their focus is on property rights. We have to ask, what good are property rights if all other rights are taken away? The right to privacy, the right to a fair trial, the right to keep and bear arms and on and on...... Eventually your property rights can be taken away once all your other rights are taken away from you.

You can protect your property rights by protecting all of your rights and demanding that local, state and national governmental bodies adhere to the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights, or the State Constitution and the state Bill of Rights, if your state happens to have those. You watch everything your government officials do. You ask a lot of questions and hold representatives accountable for their actions.

You ignore these traveling road show, slick Washington, DC hucksters, who talk a nice talk but lead you down the wrong roads in our view.

We will be bringing you the entire meeting on YouTube once it's all finished. It's 3 hours worth of meeting time. We are going to break the entire meeting up into 3 segments. It's several days worth of work on our part. We will also be showing you their documents as well. We will once again go over all the areas that are wrong with these documents. It was not a waste of time attending the meeting, but it sure was a major disappointment.

In Conclusion:

Beware the Agenda 21 protesters. It's not so much what they are fighting for is wrong, but it is heavily misguided. These are honest hard working folks who are trying to protect not only their own rights, but the rights of everyone. The issues are that they have been given tools that do not work by people whom, in our opinion, do not want their tools to work, and are designed to make conservative people look like fools. It is for reasons like this that many in our own organization are not Republicans nor Democrats, nor Libertarians, nor socialists nor communists or belong to any political party. It's become a complete fools game that we all refuse to play. So we beat all of them up here on this site with equal fervor.

From Jim Marrs: Rule by Secrecy, Perennial Books, Page 98;

The objectives of the IPS, (Institute for Policy Studies), came from an agenda laid down for it by the British Round Table.... one of the most notable being to create the “New Left” as a grassroots movement in the U.S. IPS was to engender strife and unrest and spread chaos like a wildfire out of control, proliferate the “Ideas” of left-wing nihilistic socialism, support unrestricted use of drugs of all types, and be the “Big Stick” with which to beat the United States political establishment. (Nihilism: Denial of all reality; rejection of all religious and moral principles: Opposition to all constituted authority or government).

Another goal of the IPS stated, “the dismantling of all economic, political, social, and cultural institutions in the United States”. All of this is done while maintaining a facade of a liberal scholarly research center.”

It would appear that there are much larger forces at work than Agenda 21. How hard is it to undermine the opposition when invited right through the front door? Agenda 21 is a United Nations document that people are being suckered into fighting against, which means they are accepting UN mandates. Why would anyone fight the UN when we should be fighting for our Constitutional Rights as well as our Bill of Rights which by US law, has no higher authority?

Instead the questions should be asked, who elected any of the United Nations officials and or politicians to begin with, and what charter are they working from, under what authority?

Our notes to those who attended the meeting and are now reading this article; Please note that right wing no longer means what it once did nor does conservatism. There are no names now for those of us from the old school. We no longer fit in the paradigm of the new political system and that is by design. This is partially what causes such great grief in so many older people in this nation today. Most do not understand that the meanings of words have dramatically been altered without your knowledge or consent. Isn't that what your parents told you when you were young about the way you were using words? Gay once meant happy. Cool once referred to the weather outside. Groovy, what the hell? The term “man” referred to a male person and not a general answer to everything and to everyone. The list is very long on how we accepted and changed the meaning of words without our parents consent or knowledge. Now we are under the same issues our parents once faced with the meanings of words.
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