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Over 200 hundred years ago Thomas Jefferson who penned the Declaration of Independence believed that America would be far better off in a rural setting than urbanization. He also warned us against building large cities such as the likes of London as they would breed demoralization, crime, corruption, violence, racism, growing poverty, drug abuse, house to house and apartment living, stress and unrest and no hope for the future.

Yes, our country would have been far better off if we had followed the words of Jefferson for we could had avoided the urban fallout and the likes of Detroit where “Urban Renewal” imploded like so many other far fetched ideas that dealt with high rise apartment buildings which would end up being destroyed one way or another, and also by their own occupants in places such as New York City. Yet, with big city planners it was business as usual. They were shooting blanks on the range with not even a target in sight. However, the offspring of these same city planners have bungled once again and have not learned from the devastating inner city experiment. The latest blueprint on the drawing board is still for high rise centers while showcasing Agenda 21 micro-apartments nationwide where the people will be stacked n’ packed as rats while using a bicycle for their journey to the nearest rec. center where they will be able to trim themselves down on a tread mill. And that will be the American Dream? Spare me.

Pulp fiction is a way better term to explain sustainable living in a not so brave, New World Order. It’s about as entertaining as a clown on a unicycle in a three ring circus. Cities are becoming infested with gangs while frustrated people cannot find peace and harmony or the meaning of life. The truth of the matter is that America is imploding. Overpopulated cities do not offer enough freedom, activity or recreation such as hiking, fishing, hunting and camping , or hitting the trail on a horse which allows the individual to experience a natural and quiet environment vs. an unnatural and chaotic urban world. Also see ”Implosion” here…

Now then, white mice or rats are a unique measure that might be used in explaining the social failures of stacking n’ packing people. It was Dr. John B. Calhoun from the National Institute of Health in Washington D.C. who spearheaded an extremely important study with 3,000 mice living in an overpopulated condition and close quarters. However, no matter how ideal the circumstances were, they could not adapt to their environment.

The mouse utopia began to break down and after about a year, violence began to surface and the mice were losing their ability to function in a normal manner. They started to die in great numbers as they could not adjust to their “utopia” type surroundings. Eventually, the entire mouse population perished while living in their multi-level home. The experiment offers serious reservations and revelations when considering a comparative analysis with regard to human behavior and one’s own social adaptation in an overcrowded environment.

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Comparatively, Japan, a very overcrowded country, gives us a glimpse of city living along with one of the world’s highest suicide rates which is the leading cause of death for people under 30. Factors in suicides in the country include social pressure, depression and unemployment. Crime is another growing problem.

Although Japan is one of the safest countries in the world, the Japanese are greatly concerned about recent increases in violent crime and crimes against property. There is a suicide in Japan every 15 minutes including close to 33,000 reported in 2009. A loss for the meaning of life, also enters into this equation, but all the while “sustainable” social engineers in America are planning mega-city apartments while flushing people out of rural and mountainous areas by not allowing more job creation and closing down access to the public forest lands.

Also, planners and environmental agencies purposely limit growth by turning down companies who wish to relocate in rural areas. It is all part of the U.N. Agenda 21 model and also Big Brother’s idea of controlling the masses worldwide. And with prisons in America already being maxed out, an RFID ankle bracelet might suffice in a stack n’ pak world.

There are real solutions for America and the world but is anyone listening?

House of Lords: America in the Balance
Author: Charles W. Frank
Tate Publishing, local bookstores, and amazon.com

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