Freedom threatened by plan to federalize local government in Florida

by Suzanne Eovaldi,  staff writer

A new initiative by the federal government called Seven50, a cousin of Agenda 21, seeks to relieve local governments nationwide of direct representation by and for local citizens in matters of education, infrastructure and population.

Indian River County Commissioner Bob Solari (772- 226-1442) is putting out an urgent call to attend a special Indian River County Commission meeting concerning this topic on Tuesday, December 18, 9 a.m. in the Vero Beach County Chambers, 1801 27th Street, Vero Beach, FL.  Though Alabama already has passed legislature to curb the Seven50 agenda, seven southeastern counties along Florida’s coastline from Miami to Vero Beach threaten to place their citizens’ lives under control of HUD and other federal agencies by backing this “diversity” proposal.

Morphing the highly unpopular Security and Prosperity Partnership to Agenda 21 and finally into Seven50, our federal government  is hell bent on removing any local control and input from average American citizens concerning what they can do with their own land, private property, local schools and local infrastructures from bridges to meeting houses.   “What we want to be when we grow up,” says  Marcelor Camblor-Cutsaimanis in a video interview with Nancy Ferre on PBS as she attempts to explain the benefits of Seven50.  Of course, the public TV host heaps praise upon this blatant attempt by the feds to exercise total control over the lives of Americans. (1)

Whether you live near Southern Florida’s east coast or took part in Alabama’s efforts to rein in this dreadful plan, you must inform your neighbors about the dangers of Seven50.  The UN and the Obama administration have been relentless in their efforts to marginalize our freedoms. A puff piece about this fifty year, UN initiative to destroy local and county governance claims Seven50 is “good” for us given the ”…realization that local governments and civic groups can’t effectively tackle [their] problems and needs in isolation.”  (2) Well just ask the still-suffering inhabitants of ocean front towns along the New Jersey and New York coastlines how they feel about the FEMA response to the destruction of their homes and businesses by Hurricane Sandy. 

Counties across the nation are being REGIONALIZED to circumvent the structure and policies of local governance . It is an insidious program operating under the radar. Why didn’t the PBS interviewer ask activist Cutsaimanis about the FEMA performance in Staten Island, where residents are being drowned in federal red tape and frustrated by buck passing and bureaucratic inefficiency? 

If you live near the area, pleased attend the Vero Beach, FL county commission meeting on Dec. 18.  And wherever you live, find out if Seven50 threatens to supplant local governance, turning your town or county into a “protectorate” of the federal government.

(1) http://seven50.org/news/nvw-issues-seven50-project-seven50

(2) http://www.smartgrowthamerica.org/2012/07/03/southeast-floridas-seven-counties-join-to-draft-50-years

 

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  1. 12/12/12 THANK YOU, Suzanne Eovaldi, for so eloquently and explicitly stating exactly what is starting to tske place in these 7 So. Florida Counties, and the dangers therein. Dangers to the freedoms and 1st Amendment Rights, for which Americans have been forever grateful, and for which many have lost their lives trying to defend. My husband and I are residents of Vero Beach, which we chose, specifically, because it is in a deliberately “low-density community” county, Indian River. Only last week did we learn of this insidious initiative via an email alert from a fellow caring American inviting any and all Americans, who care about our founding fathers’ values, to show up at the IRC Commissioners’ 12/18 meeting. We will be there supporting those, who’ll be speaking in favor of the Commissioners’ voting to rescind IRC’s vote to accept the Seven50 Initiative.

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