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This has been the traditional image of ICLEI and Agenda 21

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Through out this United Nations document (Agenda 21) leading towards a global government, there are three reoccurring themes: 1) Redistribution of wealth. 2) Government control of lands, individual property rights must be relinquished. 3) Government control of water and access to water.

Mapped, the United States was designed by the United Nations to look like this

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Early in his first term President Obama created both the means and methods to remove property rights and increase government (local, regional and federal) control of both property and water.  This ingenious method creates a sense of civil responsibility and voluntary surrender of rights of property. 

https://nolathe.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/ago50statereport.pdf

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Soon after ICLEI and Agenda 21 released a new imageCircles_of_Sustainability_image_%28assessment_-_Melbourne_2011%29

As with both of the Kansas choices, most approved projects involve irrevocable conservation easements of private property and/or water/river access.  Here is a portion of the Kansas launch for one project May 2011:  (NOTE: background posting)

And a NOlathe article from January 2012 https://nolathe.net/2012/01/24/kansas-republican-governor-brownback-shifts-support-from-perry-to-obama/  Our modern day Lewis and Clark in Kansas (Gov. Brownback and Lt. Gov. Colyer) are Republicans.  The Kansas Republican Party and the National Republican delegates passed unanimously resolutions to block Agenda 21 activities by duly elected Republicans.  With great pride we can say this was initiated in Kansas. 

So in early 2013 our modern day Lewis and Clark continue to expand the global domain with Obama bucks complete with “Visions” and “regionalism” served up by paid “facilitators”.  In todays “vision” world, “falicitators” are trained to bring consensus to a predetermined “regional” conclusion. (NOTE: The below press release is riddled with Agenda 21 terms.)

Kansas Agenda 21

Flint Hills Symposium

On January 11, 2013 our Lewis and Clark duo will introduce http://www.publicsquarecommunities.com/index.php  as the paid “facilitator”.

Looking at the near-by community of Ft. Scott (another Public Square Community client) do not be shocked at the amount of land and water coming under control of the government as a result of additional local tax hikes. http://www.publicsquarecommunities.com/community/ftscott/news.htm 

So here we are, nation-wide or at least specifically here in Kansas, elected State Governments defying their party platform and pursuing a global agenda paid for by Obama’s bucks and future local taxation while eliminating property rights.  I want to click my heels three times and go home.

Governor Brownback  http://www.governor.ks.gov/

Lt. Governor Colyer  https://governor.ks.gov/about-the-office/lt-govenor-jeff-colyer

State Senator Jeff Longbine  Jeff.Longbine@senate.ks.gov

 
 
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GOD
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Hillary Clinton Pledges U.S. Support for Newly-Elected Government in Meeting With Egypt’s Islamist President

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Meets With Egypts Islamist President Morsi and Countrys Military Generals

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi at the presidential palace in Cairo on July 14, 2012. (Photo: AP)

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has sent a historic message in meeting with Egypt’s newly-elected Islamist president, according to State Department officials.

During the meeting, Clinton stressed that “the United States supports the full transition to civilian rule, with all that it entails,” CNN relates.

“Civilian rule” in this case seemingly refers to President Morsi’s Islamist party, which has been locked in a power struggle with the country’s generals since the election.

Clinton reportedly added that she looks forward to working “to support the military’s return to a purely national security role,” but refrained from calling for any sort of action. According to Clinton, resolving the impasse “requires dialogue and compromise, real politics.”

The United States is doing all it can to “support the democratically elected government and to help make it a success in delivering results for the people of Egypt,” Clinton declared.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Meets With Egypts Islamist President Morsi and Countrys Military Generals

A large crowd protested Clinton’s visit. (Photo: Getty Images)

The New York Times writes:

Implausibly, some of the Brotherhood’s secular opponents have even accused the United States of conspiring with the Islamists to push them to power. By nightfall Saturday, hundreds of protesters had gathered outside Mrs. Clinton’s hotel to protest against the claimed conspiracy. Using a transliteration of the Arabic word for the Brotherhood, one sign read: “If you like the Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood], take them with you!”

The meeting at the presidential palace kicked off a series of high-level sessions aimed at stabilizing Egypt’s fledgling democracy and its alliance with the United States, once rock-solid but now increasingly shaky.

“Things change (at) kind of warp speed,” Clinton told Morsi as they began their meeting.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Meets With Egypts Islamist President Morsi and Countrys Military Generals

Protested objected to the United States support of the ruling government. (Photo: Getty Images)

Clinton and Morsi didn’t shake hands, at least when they first appeared before reporters – a subject of much speculation because of Morsi’s Muslim faith. But the president shook hands with Clinton and the entire U.S. delegation behind closed doors, according to a U.S. official.

The president, speaking in English, said, “We are very, very keen to meet you and happy that you are here.” Clinton and Morsi were seated perpendicular to one another, the American on a sofa and the Egyptian on a chair.

Appearing at a news conference alongside Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr, Clinton said it was up to Egyptians to determine their future.

Walking a fine line, she stressed American financial and political support for Egypt’s new government while also praising Egypt’s military council for its interim leadership.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Meets With Egypts Islamist President Morsi and Countrys Military Generals

(Photo: Getty Images)

The New York Times relates:

Despite open channels of communication, Brotherhood leaders have repeatedly surprised Washington with their brisk moves to challenge the generals: running for and winning more parliamentary seats than they said they would, breaking a pledge not to run a presidential candidate, and then last week using a presidential decree to call back the Parliament in defiance of the generals’ order dissolving it.

State Department officials said the pattern has only increased a residual distrust of the Islamists that it is already hard for the United States policy makers to overcome.

“Every bone in the body of the U.S. foreign policy establishment is going to feel more comfortable with the idea that there is still a strong military looking over these guys,” said Mr. Mandaville, the former State Department adviser, “and looking out for U.S. interests in Egypt and the region.”

The message speaks to Washington’s broader effort to build a new relationship with Egypt after three decades of close cooperation with Mubarak despite his criticized record on democracy and human rights.

This has involved some uncomfortable changes for the U.S., including occasionally harsh criticism of once faithful partners in the Egyptian military and words of support for Islamist parties far more skeptical of the U.S. agenda for the Middle East.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Meets With Egypts Islamist President Morsi and Countrys Military Generals

(Photo: AP)

“We believe America’s shared strategic interests with Egypt far outnumber our differences,” Clinton said, seemingly attempting to make peace with both the generals and the Islamists.

Asked if she regretted the close partnership successive U.S. governments had with Mubarak despite his suppression of the Muslim Brotherhood and even imprisonment of Morsi, Clinton said Washington by necessity worked with the government of the time.

She insisted, however, that “we were consistent in promoting human rights and speaking out for an end of the emergency law, and end to political prisoners being detained.”

In her discussions with Morsi, Clinton emphasized the need for Egypt to adhere to its 1979 peace treaty with Israel, while also seeking continued counterterrorism cooperation and offering U.S. support to help Cairo regain control of the increasingly lawless Sinai Peninsula – a major security concern for Israel.

For Egypt’s sake, Clinton pledged hundreds of millions of dollars in debt relief, private investment capital and job creation funds – money the Obama administration has outlined previously. She told Morsi she would send a large business delegation to Cairo in September to strengthen U.S.-Egyptian economic ties.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Damn the facts that the City of Overland Park selectively enforced Public Safety Ordinance prior to the sale…

Damn the facts that the Mitchells were facing bank foreclosure immediately prior to the sale…

Damn the facts Johnson County was closing libraries for lack of funds…

Damn the facts Johnson County was early retiring employees for lack of funds…

Damn the facts Johnson County purchased this property without knowing how to pay for it…

Damn the facts Johnson County has no projected “Profit/Loss”  documents for this property…

Damn the facts Johnson County has paid interest on borrowed money for one year with no activity…

Damn the facts Johnson County delayed “emergency repairs” for one year…

Damn the facts Johnson County Museum has no plans to raise $9,000,000 private funding…

Damn the facts Johnson County Museum budget depends on popcorn and hotdogs sold…

Damn the facts Johnson County Commissioners bobble headed more money 12/13/12…

Our part time 2 hour a week $100,000 a year each Commissioners followed the bouncing bowling ball to sing-a-long with King Eddie in lieu of Mitch Miller

No electricity or water.  What about Fire Department inspections?  Coming soon to a museum near you!

Contrary to a desired belief that Johnson County is Heartland America , our elected damn the facts in lieu of private agendas and personal interests.  Damn the facts…

 
 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
 Ken Dunwoody
                                                                             GOD
Henpecked Acres                                     
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
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As previously posted UN Agenda 21 Chapter 18 is all about controlling water https://nolathe.net/2012/01/20/chapter-18-of-the-united-nations-agenda-21-is-all-about-water/ 

Now we find more of The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) again implementing this enforcement of the United Nations’ Global Governance which legally has no/nada/none/nunca/zero authority approved or recognized by The United States Congress.  (Televised 12/13/12)

 
 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                                          GOD
Henpecked Acres                                     
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
View Sarah’s Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUWuUvOZ7RY http://vimeo.com/23038312

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More Americans leaving the workforce

By Dennis Cauchon, USA TODAY

Updated 4/15/2011 3:17 PM |

*Note: Data excludes military and self-employed
Sources: USA TODAY, Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics

The share of the population that is working fell to its lowest level last year since women started entering the workforce in large numbers three decades ago, a USA TODAY analysis finds.

An aging population contributes to a challenge for the nation's social programs.

By Dave Martinez, Daily News-Sun via AP

An aging population contributes to a challenge for the nation’s social programs.

Only 45.4% of Americans had jobs in 2010, the lowest rate since 1983 and down from a peak of 49.3% in 2000. Last year, just 66.8% of men had jobs, the lowest on record.

The bad economy, an aging population and a plateau in women working are contributing to changes that pose serious challenges for financing the nation’s social programs.

“What’s wrong with the economy may be speeding up trends that are already happening,” says Marc Goldwein, policy director of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a non-partisan group favoring smaller deficits.

For example, job troubles appear to have slowed a trend of people working later in life, putting more pressure on Social Security, he says.

Another change: the bulk of those not working has shifted from children to adults.

In 2000, the nation had roughly the same number of children and non-working adults. Since then, the population of non-working adults has grown 27 million while the nation added just 3 million children under 18.

USA TODAY analyzed employment numbers and 2010 Census data to see how the ratio of workers to non-workers has changed.

Other key findings:

Men leave. Working-age men have been dropping out of the labor force for decades. The disappearance quickened when construction and manufacturing jobs vanished in the recession from December 2007 through June 2009. Until the 1960s, more than 80% of men worked.

Women stay. The trend of women getting jobs offset the loss of working men until the late 1990s. The share of women holding jobs rose from 36% in 1960 to 57% in 1995, then leveled off. The rate was 56% in 2010.

The aging of 77 million Baby Boomers born from 1946 through 1964 from children to workers to retirees is changing the relationship between workers and dependents.

Retirees generally are more costly to support than children.

The average public school education costs $10,000 a year. The average retiree gets $25,000 a year in benefits — $13,000 in Social Security and Medicare benefits of $12,000.

In all, taxpayers will spend about $125,000 educating a child and $500,000 caring for a senior, in today’s dollars at current life expectancies, according to federal education and retirement program data. The costs are paid differently, too. State and local governments, through sales and property taxes, pay most education expenses. The federal government, though income taxes, pays most retiree costs.

“No matter how wealthy you are, you have a problem if half the population is not working and depending on those who are,” says John Goodman, president of the conservative National Center for Policy Analysis. “Wherever you look, we’ve overpromised.”

Economist Eileen Applebaum of the liberal Center for Economics and Policy Research says the real problem is a lack of jobs. Another 25 million people would work in a healthy economy, and incentives such as child care assistance could help, she says: “We’re getting richer. We can afford things. We just need to fix what needs to be fixed.”

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/money/economy/employment/2011-04-13-more-americans-leave-labor-force.htm

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NOlathe statistical folks took the numbers provided from the above 2010 Census and sorted, color coded and created the chart and map below.

2010 Percent Adults Employed by State

Percent Employed by State

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Worth noting once again, this data does not include military Heroes or those self employed.  NOlathe encourages you to compare this information with immigration populations and State taxing policies/publicly accessible benefits before making any conclusions.

 
 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
Ken Dunwoody                                           GOD
Henpecked Acres                                     
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
View Sarah’s Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUWuUvOZ7RY http://vimeo.com/23038312

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Some months ago we visited the ‘Register of Deeds Office’ located on the first floor of the Johnson County Office Building and asked for documents associated with 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park.  Although this cost NOlathe staff nearly 15 minutes and $4.25 copying fees here is some of what we found.

On June 27, 2003 and years before going out of business, a Mortgage was filed on the property located at 8788 Metcalf Ave aka King Louie Building.  The entire June 27, 2003 Mortgage may be viewed here.

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Page 1-  Property required to remain in tenantable condition.

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Page 3- Pay mortgage due or forfeit property if condemned.

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By now some of you may think “Ken has lost it.  Too much hospital and too many meds have done him in.  What does a 2003 mortgage have to do with the county purchasing an asbestos laden building in 2011?”  

Well, let’s look at another document we found filed with the mortgage.  December 15, 2011 Satisfaction of Mortgage

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Do you remember on November 10 and 17 of 2011 the Commissioners were told that this had to be completed before year-end or the deal was off?

Do you remember the Real Estate Purchase Contract signed on November 17, 2011?  Did you know the property had an existing mortgage that apparantly the Mitchell’s could not pay off and subject to loss?

Did you know that the referenced contract is considered a “Bankable Note” which means it could be used to borrow funds sufficient enough to pay off the mortgage on December 15, 2011 prior to year-end?

And then there is the previously posted lack of failed Public Safety inspections by The City of Overland Park.  Well actually that is the recorded and saved failed Public Safety inspections by The City of Overland Park.  Did you know The City of Overland Park has a Public Safety Committee that controls this file?  Do you know who was the Chairperson in 2011? 

WOW!!  It gets even better before this year-end.  And The Commissioners remain silent.  What a shame.

 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                                                     GOD
Henpecked Acres                                                                  
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
View Sarah’s Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUWuUvOZ7RY http://vimeo.com/23038312

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