PapaNew has asked an important question on his thread about Alabama and I wanted to put it forward to the ping list:
BTW, which state besides Alabama look like they will stand up as homes of the brave and land of the free against this Marxist totalitarian coup détat?
(Im about to graduate from law school and am trying to figure out where to live. Were from California but am in school in VA.)
Thats a very good question. I know that there is a lot of push-back in Oklahoma, but dont believe it has reached legislative action yet. Texas, the same way. That being said, I don’t think you could go awfully wrong with either state!
Uh oh...just found this story. I knew our governor had compromised, but had not realized how terribly:
HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS:
Found this article from a Tea Party organization in Texas with a valuable strategy for discovering who are the local movers and shakers seeking to implement A21 in a city or area:
Here is a link to a Virginia tea party with a letter from Tom DeWeese of American Policy Center who is a big Agenda 21 activist.
PapaNew, you ask a really good question, and I would like to know the answer to that as well! I hope some of the Agenda 21 thread researchers will help us find the answer! Some may also wish to advocate for good states to settle in!
(PapaNew, you DID ask! LOL!)
I wish you well in your life-after-law-school!
A couple of days ago I caught the meterman’s attention when he was reading the power meters in my neighborhood. I asked him what he knew about SMART meters. “Nothing, other than what’s in the newspapers”, he replied. I asked him if he liked his job. “Yes, sure do. The wages are good”.
Then I asked how many meter readers were on his crew and he said nine. I asked if he had ever been to a City Council meeting? No. So, I told him that if he and the other eight people got together and started reading all the data they could find about the meters, got on the Internet and watched everything there was about Agenda 21 on YouTube.com, they would very possibly still have their jobs next year.
I figure nine men, nine wives or girlfriends, five children, thirty six parents, 50 friends and landlords could make quite a presentation at the next city council meeting. If 119 people spoke for three minutes each about the ills of Agenda 21 they might just have a chance at convincing City Hall they have made an error in allowing SMART meters into the community. I know they could get Agenda 21 banned because this group is expanding everyday. The city council would crap themselves if 120 people showed up all wanting to talk about the same subject! Especially a group that didn’t want to sit quietly while their councilman said past decisions cannot be retracted.
So, if you all were to keep your eye out for your meterman and suggest something along the same line as I have, we might just make a difference in what type of world our children play and work in.
Maybe hang a tag on your meter asking him to ring your doorbell so you can speak with him.
CA is pushing back too, but we have an uphill battle. There are certain aspects in TX wherein you have fewer private property rights than in CA. Just go somewhere rural.
Thanks for the ping!