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The war against Agenda 21 just got hotter



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January 07, 2013
Martha Boneta's story should be a wake-up call for all Americans, and for farmers in particular as well as all property owners. You can read that story in the Canada Free Press which reports::
The war against U.N. Agenda 21 just got hotter in Virginia. Thinking Americans understand now what U.N. Agenda 21 is and are not backing down from fighting the anti-American, anti-prosperity, wealth redistribution scheme of the United Nations against our way of life.

The U.N. has deemed commercial agriculture unsustainable and has used taxpayer dollars and local supervisors to re-zone, re-shape, and prohibit land use for local agriculture or building that is not approved by their bio-diversity plan of limiting human habitation – all in the name of saving the planet.

Our planet does not need saving, Mother Earth is doing fine. The problem lies with progressive humans in positions of power who want to control everything we do while they line their pockets with our hard-earned taxpayer dollars.

Unfair regulatory actions against Martha Boneta, a farmer in Fauquier County, Virginia, "violate fundamental rights and unfairly restrict her property rights." Delegate L. Scott Lingamfelter (R-Woodbridge/31st district) plans to strengthen Virginia's Right to Farm Act and to "protect farmers against future encroachments by local government."

Delegate Lingamfelter, who represents four of the Fauquier County's 20 voting precincts, is planning a press conference to discuss his proposed legislation on January 8, 2013 in Richmond, Virginia. Two prominent property rights advocates will be in attendance, Joel Salatin and Mark Fitzgibbons.
"Martha Boneta's rights have been wrongly challenged. I am bringing legislation in the 2013 session of the General Assembly to improve the Right to Farm Act here in Virginia, so small farmers like Martha will enjoy fully their property rights. It's not about demonizing anyone in this controversy. It's about standing by property rights and our Founder's vision."
Local Governments for Sustainability, formerly known as ICLEI, the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives has been quite successful since 1992, when U.N. Agenda 21 was adopted, in infiltrating and recruiting local governments to do their bidding. When Americans exposed their nefarious plans, they have changed their name. Their main goal is to control zoning and land use.

Martha Boneta's plight and subsequent lawsuit stemmed from a planned birthday party for eight ten-year olds on her farm. County officials notified her that she should have obtained a prior permit for hosting this party and thus would be fined $5,000 for failing to abide by the local ordinance. She was charged with two additional violations of up to $5,000 each, one for advertising a pumpkin carving and another for operating a small shop on her property from which Martha sold her fresh produce and homemade crafts. The county made these allegations without ever setting foot on her farm. The Fauquier county board of zoning appeals upheld the zoning administrator's decision that Boneta held "temporary and/or special events without the required county approvals."

I have written about Martha's plight in my book, "U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy." Martha purchased a ruined and abandoned farm under an agricultural conservation easement. Nothing in the bill of sale was mentioned that she could not farm. A lot of hard work, sweat, and tears went into breathing life into this property. She never dreamed that stumbling blocks would be placed in front of her along the way by the very Americans who are supposed to protect our freedoms.

She got a business license. She built an apiary, harvested hay, grew herbs, and rescued 165 animals, sold chicken, duck, turkey, emu eggs, candles made from beeswax, birdhouses, and fiber from llamas and alpacas.

Click here to read the rest of the story.

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    Martha
    January 15, 2013 | 10:24 AM

    What ever happened to free enterprise? This woman has done nothing wrong. I understand Fauquire county is hateful to work with. I wouldn't recommend that county to anyone. Maybe she should go on the dole, that ought to make the county happy.

    joan clark
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    Agenda 21
    January 17, 2013 | 05:09 PM

    Seems like America has become communist by stealth & very underhand methods. Stick to your guns..literally.

    Check every anti-gun critic & y'll see they all have a stiking similarity...

    Doug Thomas (New Zealand)
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    Agenda 21 Ag Easement
    January 17, 2013 | 07:32 PM

    I note that the owner bought the property under an agricultural conservation easement, an Agenda 21 offering for people fearing death taxes on large farms. These easements essentially forbid any further profit from the acreage concerned; they are to "go back to nature." We looked into this for my father's estate, and found it utterly untenable. Buyer beware.

    Hermes
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    'Agenda 21'
    January 17, 2013 | 09:59 PM

    "Sustainability" shocked me when I saw it being foisted upon unsuspecting lecture-groups at college campuses here in Arkansas. I have spent my career in the building trade which made me especially keen to observe all of the candid actions of developers, architects and zoning councils across the USA. When you see them strip the entire top of a mountain to build a shopping mall,and subsequently erect a "LEED-Certified" building in its place, perhaps you too will recognize the level of deceit this thing functions at, kids!

    ts gordon
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    Agenda 21
    January 18, 2013 | 04:08 AM

    Martha, you are on the right track, Agenda 21 is an evil plot but it has nothing to do with true stewardship, sustainability, conservation or even the environment. Environmentalist are co-opted by the George Soros's of this world whom claim the environmental mantra but have a darker agenda. They don't need money or power either, they already have most of that. It's about control of their property - you. To what end? To manage the human farm better? No, these sicko's want to eliminate most of the earths population. They've hijacked environmental groups to implement Agenda 21 because they know feeble minded people will buy the lie. Don't think for one minute this monsterous Agenda 21 thing is about the environment.

    are elite eugenecists that dial up your "representatives" and senators on their cell phones so they know how to vote



    johnebgood
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