“Born in Cuba, she has been involved in real estate and land development in the past, and is now concentrated on bringing awareness to people about the dangers of Agenda 21.”
Open Letter to my fellow residents of Coral Gables:
I am fully aware that what I am about to discuss here is a thorny issue so let me start by assuring everybody that the intent of this Open Letter is by no means political but illustrative, and it’s strictly and solely based on facts. I urge you to read it (hopefully up to the end) with an open mind, study it, and come to your own conclusions.
Also bear in mind that there is a difference between taking care of our planet, to which we all agree, and what Sustainable Development stands for.
Since this is a very deep and complex issue, I will try my best to keep it short and concise while
trying to connect the dots.
As we look around today we realize that our beloved city is losing its Old Charm to give way to cement monstrosities that have been popping up everywhere for the last couple of years…and yet, it seems that no matter how loud we protest, our voices are not being heard. Why not? Could it be that we are not tackling the root of the problem?
Let me start by pointing out our grievances as Residents:
▪️ Over Development ▪️ Loss of Property Rights ▪️ Excess of bicycle lanes
▪️ Smart Meters ▪️ Increased taxes ▪️ Surveillance cameras everywhere
▪️ Commissioners changing zoning regulations arbitrarily. ▪️ 5G Towers
▪️ Eminent domain being applied to favor Developers.
▪️ The increasing loss of the Old Gables charm.
The root of the problem is called Agenda 21, aka Agenda 2030, better known as Sustainable Development. It originated at the United Nations’ Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. It is a plan that will monitor, oversee, and strictly regulate nearly every aspect of society, the environment and the economy. Unfortunately it has been stealthily implemented in most of our cities through NGOs and Federal Agencies (EPA, HUD, DOT, etc) through grants and under the false pretense of saving the planet.
The task of mobilizing and technically supporting Local Agenda 21 planning in different communities has been led by the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) who closely works with the different Boards at the local level. In other words, our Commissioners have become mere puppets of these different Boards that are calling the shots. They just sign off these sample, ready-made legislation that these Boards put in front of them for their approval.
We are not longer being represented at the local government level, hence “our voices are not being heard.”
How is our taxpayer money being spent in these so-called Sustainable projects? The City of Coral Gables now wants more Bike lanes and EVs. What about the controversial Mobility Hub with a projected cost of over $60 millions? Did the City have to put up any money for the 5G towers? We are not an ATM machine. Is the City spending our money wisely? Have they done any serious research before throwing millions
away? Didn’t they know that contrary to the belief that electric cars are good for the environment they are actually not? How about the harmful effects of the 5G towers?
“…But based on the EIA’s projection of the number of new electric vehicles, the net reduction in CO2 emissions between 2018 and 2050 would be only about one-half of one percent of total forecast U.S. energy-related carbon emissions. Such a small change will have no impact whatsoever on climate, and thus have no economic benefit.” (politico.com)
“…the aim should not just be transitioning to electric cars within cities, but “the removal of
vehicles in general.” (World Economic Forum)
Sustainable Development represents extreme environmentalism, total surveillance, social engineering and its ultimate goal is global political control.
It is the blueprint for everything that we see happening today, the Green New Deal, Build Back Better, the Great Reset, Net-Zero, etc. We will be living in Mega Cities where cars will be banned, and rapid transit and bicycles will be the way of transportation. Our food will be lab grown…insects, anyone?, in a cashless society, and we will have our carbon footprint regulated while living under 24/7 surveillance. Vacationing in Europe will no longer be an option. (A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gasses that they argue is generated by our actions; the EPA has already come out with an App.)
The following 2016 video by the World Economic Forum “8 Predictions for 2030” pretty much paints a picture of our future as they envisage it. It needs to be watched several times.
“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” Maya Angelou
▪️ https://youtu.be/4zUjsEaKbkM Video (1minute) “You’ll Own Nothing and You’ll Be Happy”
▪️ https://youtu.be/b6GgaJWcbww Video (3 minutes) The Line, cities of the future.
▪️ https://youtu.be/3vrkTl9Sv6Y Video (6 minutes) Noah Harari: “Free will? That’s over!
“Humans are now hackable animals”
▪️ “All technologies will be directly embedded into our bodies by 2030.” —Nokia boss, Pekka
Lundmark at WEF
▪️ https://youtu.be/uOuLQDRCexs Video (2 minutes) Klaus Schwab (WEF) “We Penetrate The
E0BjHg (working on “individual carbon footprint trackers” 1 minute)
▪️ https://youtu.be/8455KEDitpU (12 minutes) Tony Heller
How are they planning to achieve all these changes?
By replacing Capitalism with their so-called Fourth Revolution.
“Previous industrial revolutions liberated humankind from animal power, made mass production possible and brought digital capabilities to billions of people. This Fourth Industrial Revolution is, however, fundamentally different. It is characterized by a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging ideas about what it means to be human.” (weforum.org)
Europe is going through an energy crisis right now. Germany is dismantling wind farms adjacent
to coal mines in order to expand the coal operations!
I’ll let Bill Gates illustrate my point. (He is a proponent of nuclear power technology) “…Gates expressed frustration at bankers who think they can accelerate the changeover to renewable energy by choking off money to companies that emit too much carbon. He said: “Do you guys on Wall Street, do you have something in your desks that make steel? Where’s the fertilizer? Cement? Plastic?” “Where’s it going to come from? You know, do planes fly through the sky because of some number you put on a spreadsheet? So, the madness of this so-called ‘finance is the solution’ — I just don’t get that. There is no substitute for how the industrial economy runs today.” (western journal)
(2018) The clip of Gates answering a question about energy begins at 8:38 in the video from Stanford.
Their Apocalyptic predictions have all been wrong. Not one has come true, but that little detail doesn’t stop the U.N. from sounding the same alarm today. They just change the “doom date” down the line and they are in business again. Here is a list: https://cei.org/blog/wrong-again-50-years-of-failed-eco-pocalyptic-predictions/
That raises the question: How could a “settled science” be so wrong on its projections? Banning fossil fuels without a good replacement will propel the entire world into chaos. Gasoline will become unavailable. The food chain will collapse. Eventually rioting and anarchy will prevail. That is basically what “Sustainable Development” will bring about.
“Who controls the food supply controls the people; who controls the energy can control whole continents; who controls money can control the world.” Henry Kissinger Again, we all need to take care of our planet but “Sustainable Development” is not the solution. Those who claim they are going to save the world are the very same who are destroying it. If you feel that our Representatives are not fully representing us please help me with this project: https://www.givesendgo.com/G3EDD. I propose to call a meeting to discuss different venues of action. I also propose a public debate on Climate Change sponsored and paid by the University of Miami. Feel free to contact me with any questions and/or feedback.
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