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A STACK N’ PAK WORLD

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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

A Bad Day for Municipality-Bureaucratic Overreach

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Just in case there are a number of property rights advocates out there who are farmers, ranchers, and others who own private property, there is light at the end of the tunnel for you because of a recent landmark Supreme Court case which favored private property owners. (Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Management District, U.S. Supreme Court, No. 1447.)

In the ruling which was argued by the Pacific Legal Foundation(PLF), Sacramento, on behalf of Coy Koontz, governments, may owe compensation to property owners who are denied permits to develop their land. In effect, the ruling was a very serious blow to local governments and their vast municipality-bureaucratic overreach. In this case, the St. Johns River Water Dept. was stripped of its sainthood…demoted. It was a bad day.

An agencies requirements to pay fees or other payments as a condition of permit approvals will now be subject to heightened scrutiny. The decision becomes a revolutionary change in the law.

In the 18 year old battle, Florida declared much of the Koontz 15 acre parcel as protected wetlands and this became the basis of a “takings” claim which is a term used when government either denies a person the use of their land or requires them to give up some of their land, or else pay money to protect wetlands elsewhere which was in the case of Koontz.

Well, it didn’t fly and the extortionate demands were thrown a curve. Paul Beard, principal attorney with the PLF, who argued Koontz’s appeal, said the decision “raises the bar for governments to extract money from owners of land, homes or businesses, even if it may be to serve the public good.” Paul Beard went on to say, “This case reaffirms the principle that government must show a connection between what it asks for and what the property owner wants to do. Governments don’t have Carte Blanche any more to say, ‘Give us $100,000 and we’ll give you a permit.’

In summary, municipal empires have regularly used encroaching environmentalism and administrative law to bully their way into property rights disputes. A planning hierarchy such as St. Johns River has now been shown to be an unjust government entity which far exceeded its bounds. The U. S. Supreme Court ruling is a victory for those advocates of private property rights.

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http://www.pacificlegal.org/releases/PLF-statement-on-Koontz-property-rights-victory-at-the-Supreme-Court

www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/12pdf/11-1447_4e46.pdf

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/25/us-usa-court-property-idUSBRE95O0XM20130625

MEDI-GATE: THE TRUTH BEHIND AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE AND THE BITTER PILL

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Barry Blake lived with his mother who owned her own home and was covered under Medicaid. When she died, the state of Kentucky “took the house … to be sold and pay those expenses” according to a suit Blake filed to recover it in 2009. The state also took the washer and dryer, their lawn mower, gardening tools, kitchen appliances and other personal items. 

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Surprise, Surprise! There’s a dirty little secret attached to every Affordable Health Care mandate if the plan is “subsidized” by the government. It’s called the “asset recovery” plan which is part of the “Affordable” Health Care Act. Essentially asset or estate recovery, in the end, could mean the loss of your house. More

TOP OF THE EBOLA VACCINE NEWS

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IT’S NEARLY ONE MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT

As human trials continue to be analyzed, scientists are saying that an experimental Ebola vaccine manufactured by the British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline appears ‘promising’. BBC 11/26/14.

Further Ref: New England Journal of Medicine

However there are other shadowy and political factors that also fall into place when looking at the big picture. Taking notice, there are competing vaccines which are still being researched by companies in Canada and also by America’s Monsanto, but one must be critically aware of the evil “powers that be” who believe a good crises or even a fabricated profit-led one should “never go to waste”.

Why the alarm?

Fast tracking an unsafe Ebola vaccine which may be mandated could open up a Pandora’s Box. The vaccine could be dangerous but also include the real potential of an implanted mircochip-GPS-surveillance tracker for every man, woman, and child in America and beyond!

If this happens the party is over. Intrusion will reign, while centralized government and massive surveillance will rule. Roadblocks set up by the police will be in order while nurses nearby in medical vans administer the Ebola injections to those who show no proof of being vaccinated. Those who refuse may be taken away and placed in isolation. It is very possible that this could transpire, in the not so far distant future, while many nations belonging to the U.N. would also join in, but fully unaware of a dreadful New World Order plan being ushered in on the wings of the Ebola crisis. More

THE KINGDOM

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“Americans have reestablished the very sort of power that the Constitution most centrally forbade. Administrative law is extra-legal in that it binds Americans not through law but through other mechanisms—not through statutes but through regulations—and not through the decisions of courts but through other adjudications.” __________________________________________

Twas the day before Christmas and all through the castle not a
creature was stirring not even a vassal. More

TOP OF THE EBOLA VACCINE NEWS

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strip bannernew-logo25Author, Chuck Frank
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IT’S NEARLY ONE MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT

snake4_deesAs human trials continue to be analyzed, scientists are saying that an experimental Ebola vaccine manufactured by the British drug giant GlaxoSmithKline appears ‘promising’. BBC 11/26/14.
Further Ref: New England Journal of Medicine  However there are other shadowy and political factors that also fall into place when looking at the big picture. Taking notice, there are competing vaccines which are still being researched by companies in Canada and also by America’s Monsanto, but one must be critically aware of the evil “powers that be” who believe a good crises or even a fabricated profit-led one should “never go to waste”.

Why the alarm?

Fast tracking an unsafe Ebola vaccine which may be mandated could open up a Pandora’s Box. The vaccine could be dangerous but also include the real potential of an implanted mircochip-GPS-surveillance tracker for every man, woman, and child in America and beyond! If this happens the party is over. Intrusion will reign, while centralized government and massive surveillance will rule. More

THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS THE DOOR

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I recall a great testimony one day which came from a person who played on a pro team. I think it was basketball. But the important message here is that keythe testimony was about a person that had passed away but who was well known among sports enthusiasts. Besides being a team player, he had a very rare quality. Instead of building himself up as a mega-talented player and giving his ego wings, he  constantly praised others and was always building up other people.

This is truly an amazing quality.

On another note one of my best friends who passed away a few years ago also falls into this same category. He was a very good golfer and he had quite a few trophy’s to show for it, however, he was constantly building up other people that he had been acquainted with
during his lifetime. He was also a very good guitar player and he would share his music by going around to the rest homes in the city  where he lived. His story is interesting. I met him at Chico State University, CA. one day and from that day forth we were friends forever. More

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