Archive for March, 2013
Posted in Agenda 21, Commissioner Eilert, Ethics, Governor Brownback, Home Rule Charter, JoCo Board of Commissioners, Kansas, Overland Park, tagged Agenda 21, Con-Con, Constitutional Convention, DA Steve Howe, Ed Eilert, Ed Peterson, George Soros, ICLEI, jason osterhaus, Jim Allen, Kris Kobach on March 27, 2013| 1 Comment »
Posted in Agenda 21, Commissioner Eilert, JoCo Board of Commissioners, Kansas, tagged Agenda 21, Ed Eilert, Ed Peterson, George Soros, ICLEI, jason osterhaus, Jim Allen on March 26, 2013| Leave a Comment »
In the two plus years I have confronted Global Government under the guise of United Nations Agenda 21 and sibling ICLEI, the most important thing I have learned is debating facts with Progressive Liberals is a total waste of time and in some cases threatens lifelong friendships. I look no further than “GLOBAL WARMING” that puts a happy face on every liberals’ dream, free money, at some one elses’ expense.
From inception Agenda 21 has no other purpose than redistribution of global wealth. In 1992 Sustainable Development created this 351 page document http://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/Agenda21.pdf. Within the United Nations’ very own documents creating Agenda 21 they openly discuss how developed countries must redistribute national wealth to less advantaged countries. I look no further than the EURO currency with Cyprus, Spain, Greece and Italy. Each failed economy results in redistribution. These same planners have designs for USA, Mexico and Canada called the AMERO currency. When all “stake holders “ are equal within a nation and all nations are equal, guess who will assume leadership on a global basis?
Agenda 21 – Chapter 2
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION TO ACCELERATE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND RELATED DOMESTIC POLICIES
“In order to meet the challenges of environment and development, States have decided to establish a new global partnership. This partnership commits all States to engage in a continuous and constructive dialogue, inspired by the need to achieve a more efficient and equitable world economy, keeping in view the increasing interdependence of the community of nations and that sustainable development should become a priority item on the agenda of the international community. It is recognized that, for the success of this new partnership, it is important to overcome confrontation and to foster a climate of genuine cooperation and solidarity. It is equally important to strengthen national and international policies and multinational cooperation to adapt to the new realities.”
This makes Johnson County Kansas with the second highest US per-capita income a prime target. Add current campus contamination and education required to work at Sprint (tele-communications), Garmin (GPS technologies) and Cerner (digital medical records) as major employers provides the Petri dish of incubation. Enter a few career part-time politicians asking for more free stuff and that explains much of the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC) that continues surfacing as a funding source.
But here I sit, knee deep in snow March 25, 2013. Kansas Spring started last week. Firewood is in and fireplace is consoling a sense of normalcy with the crackling. Heat lamps on in the barn and henhouse. I heard on CNN and MSNBC of record snows and low temperatures across most of the Northern Hemisphere. My mind possibly wounded from frost bite remembers back one year ago when, I shiver at the thought.
This presentation was the result of Johnson County Commissioners considering substantial funding to research the effect of gravity on rain. Public opposition at that time stalled (as in putting the horses back in the barn) that maneuver. But now in blatant defiance of climatic and peer reviewed science, many if not most of Progressive Liberals pursue their single agenda of global governance within a failed scriptology.
Posted in Agenda 21, Commissioner Eilert, JoCo Board of Commissioners, Overland Park, tagged Agenda 21, Ed Eilert, Ed Peterson, George Soros, ICLEI, Jim Allen, Transparency on March 19, 2013| 2 Comments »
Watch 36 second March 14, 2013 video while County Commission Chair Eilert and County Commissioner Peterson are joined with County Commissioner Allen laughing about transparency in government. They are laughing at the Kansas Legislature considering changes to existing State law via Senate Bill 10. http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2013_14/measures/documents/sb10_00_0000.pdf
Ken Dunwoody GOD
Posted in Agenda 21, Commissioner Eilert, JoCo Board of Commissioners, Kansas, Overland Park, Taxation, tagged Agenda 21, Ed Eilert, Ed Peterson, George Soros, jason osterhaus, Jim Allen, Suburbia Museum on March 1, 2013| Leave a Comment »
Yep, you read that right. We were wrong recently when accusing Chairman Eilert of funny math. The then known funding by Johnson County to the Enterprise Center was $150,000 annually. The numbers and justification used by Chairman Eilert did not add up or make cents. But in his rush to earn this apology, we learn what the real numbers are. Not visible in this video clip, a question by Commissioner Toplikar is asked to the County Manager and expanded on by Chairman Eilert.
Now the math works. But we also learn that tax payers of Johnson County are funding the Enterprise Center an annual sum of $450,000 and have done so for the last ten years. That’s $4,500,000 over ten years to create an unsubstantiated 743 jobs. Incubating new companies is not the job of government. Johnson County Government is not a venture capital business. The sole purpose of Johnson County Government is to provide the current tax payers with necessary and essential services as required and that does not include picking the next Solyndra.
A well-intentioned Staff member is the only speaker during the Public Comments period, albeit not “closed”.
The vote went as predicted and no surprise. The repeating justification “we already own the building.” As instructed, the pictorials presented by Staff already show significant square footage obligated to the Enterprise Center eliminating the need for annual requests thus funding it in perpetuity.
How many jobs does a closed library create?
Ken Dunwoody GOD