Dear AGenda21 Warriors,
Following is a sample of some of the things which have appeared on my radar screen in recent days. As always, please feel free to post other findings and after action reports here! My appreciation and admiration go to all who are in any way, great or small, working to stand up to tyranny.
1) CALIFORNIA - TALK RADIO ON AGENDA 21(but presumably others can listen/participate?!)
Agenda 21 Radio airs every Saturday from 4 to 7 a.m. Pacific Time on KMYC 14010AM in Marysville, CA
The Agenda21 Radio Live thread has quite a number of links posted by its participants in addition to the post offering.
2)NEW HAMPSHIRE - Rosa Koire appearance
Post 15 of the thread listed in number 1 of this post is an announcement that Rosa Koire will be be in Waldoboro Monday Aug 13, 2012
See Post 148 above, of this Action Thread for a website and utube link
4)THREAT MATRIX 2012 #1 by MestaMachine
I would like to alert this thread’s participants to another
thread dealing with not only Agenda 21, but also other threats to our republic and freedoms:
“Virginia farmer threatened with $5K fine for hosting childs birthday party” Hotair ^
6)WAR ON SUBURBS
Burn Down the Suburbs? Not exactly, but Obama is already working to get rid of them.
NationalReview ^ | Aug 1, 2012 | Stanley Kurtz
Wild Lands 2.0’: Defeated Salazar Policy Resurrected in Back-Door BLM Move
PJ Media ^ | August 3, 2012 | Bridget Johnson
Posted on Friday, August 03, 2012 5:17:51 PM by jazusamo
Western lawmakers are crying foul over new Interior Department guidelines that resurrect the controversial Wild Lands policy that was killed by Congress in April 2011.
Bureau of Land Management manuals uncovered by Rep. Rob Bishop (R-Utah) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) include language nearly identical to the draft proposal put forth by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar in December 2010. The Wild Lands policy was intended to identify and manage wilderness areas while circumventing the normal and transparent congressional process.
8)MINNESOTA - Mass Transit conference this coming fall!
Twin Cities to host 2014 national transit advocacy conference
Pioneer Press ^ | 8-2-12 | Frederick Melo
Organizers of a national transit advocacy conference have chosen the Twin Cities as the host site for their fall 2014 event, which is expected to draw roughly 1,000 rail enthusiasts and transit planners from across the country.
Thanks for the ping!