Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
Another layer of regional governance is hitting the Phoenix area to enforce Smart City technology
Non-governmental and private groups just stepped up to take control of Smart City technology throughout our region. They are using a regional governance structure that include NO public elected officials.
This is urgent stuff, because we are the FIRST implementation of a "SMART REGION" collaboration. The players are:
I posted two articles at Technocracy.News this week.
I did a one-hour radio/video program on this yesterday with Ernie Hancock at Declare Your Independence/Freedom's Phoenix.
This is going nationwide as soon as they are done with us. If they succeed, we will be looking like Beijing's scientific dictatorship very quickly.
Who wants to tackle this? Contact me.
Editor: This article can also be viewed on Watching Agenda 2030/21
Patrick; Thank You for the post, this sounds like a newer model of Agenda 21 on Steroids, believe they'll be able to move this much faster than the old one as it seems to have been put on a much slower track, and this just maybe the reason why. We spent a good deal of time in the US Senate Campaign in 12 talking about this and most had never heard of it let alone Agenda 21, seems far to many get distracted by what they think is important for the day, when we know it's all about long term planning that is their goal. God Bless You; Clair Van Steenwyk
Here's a Link to some info on Agenda 21: https://www.vanscrossroads.com/agenda21/
Agenda 21 + on steroids as Van said.
What governmental entities have handed over their sovereignty over "Smart" technology and the direction thereof to some unaccountable regional authority? Wouldn't city councils and/or voters have to agree to do so?
Mike, You are making to much common sense, just kidding with that statement. They do not want we the peoples types involved for agenda 21 + is not a concept that freedom loving Americans would buy into and certainly not a citizen who treasures a sovereign United States. This is all about that new world order and tacked onto that the NAU.
By definition, regionalism is not Constitutional, and yet Councils of Governments (COGs) blanket the country.
The Greater Phoenix Smart Region Initiative is also regionalism. Who gave them permission to form this organization? Nobody. Where are the city councils and county commissioners? Missing. Do the citizens know about this? No.
The U.S. Constitution Article IV, Section 4 states: "The United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government". Regionalism is NOT a republican form of government.
I went to both of the above links to the Technocracy.News articles and tried to post the following comments, but the efforts were in vain: "We really need a detailed scope of work, their specific (not typical vague, feel-good wording) objectives, their vision of the end-game, realistic (and reviewable) cost estimates to get there, their specific sources of funds they expect to tap for money for each phase of the project, and a detailed plan on how their envisioned plans would be put in place and managed/governed over time (to include the authority of the taxpayers to have the final say over each phase of the project)."
Mike - You have asked all the right questions here. I would suggest that you get busy and find the answers, and share what you find with the folks here... Pat
"We really need a detailed scope of work, their specific (not typical vague, feel-good wording) objectives, their vision of the end-game, realistic (and reviewable) cost estimates to get there, their specific sources of funds they expect to tap for money for each phase of the project, and a detailed plan on how their envisioned plans would be put in place and managed/governed over time (to include the authority of the taxpayers to have the final say over each phase of the project)."
Another example of why "we the concerned" should have a team of people in each zip code area having a mission of educating and inspiring various segments of society to do what is right in the interest of honest government and to be in a position to provide a rapid and meaningful response to proposed New World Order actions.
YES! This is exactly why Citizens for Free Speech created LocalActivist.org.
I attempted to join Citizens for Free Speech but found the "profile address" more than I could handle. To make it easier for us oldsters I suggest you provide an explanation on what is needed in this block or delete it.
It appears to me "Citizens for Free Speech" is similar to the program developed by the late Governor Evan Mecham and those of us in the Constitution Networking Center (CNC). The CNC plan is described at http://www.thecnc.org/Documents/RestoringGovernment.htm.
I have many writings that might be applicable to your effort and would like to chat with you about it. I can be reached at 785-766-3045 if you are interested.
Walter, Joining was frustrating. On the Join page I entered my email address in the right column, hit the button below and they sent me an email with instruction and an activate link. Follow that link and the rest was a breeze.
This is very concerning for those of us in Communist Tempe. Two of our Councilmembers work for ASU, one of them Lauren Kuby, who is in marketing for the Sustainability Crap College. She is using her position on Council to push deals to benefit her employer, who is funded by our Arizona tax dollars. We know there is a conflict of interest but it continues. She's got the Tempe City attorneys at her disposal and they do what she says.