Agenda 21 in Action

Regardless of where you live UN Agenda 21 is being implemented by your local council without your knowledge. Time to Stand, say NO!! and mean it.

The Chicken Man, Andrew Wordes, in his own words 2012

RIP

What’s not Sustainable? Private Property

“Land…cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth, therefore contributes to social injustice.” From the report from the 1976 UN’s Habitat I Conference in Vancouver Canada

This is one of those stories that often never makes it to the Front Page of any newspaper or website. It’s a story about Property Rights and Eminent domain. It’s the story of one man who tried to fight back; and sadly it’s the story of a man who lost it all in the process. It’s also a story that can happen to anyone who is reading this article.

The story begins back in 2009 when Andrew Wordes, otherwise known as the Roswell Chicken Man, began his fight to raise chickens on his property. In February 2009, the city of Roswell, GA started to cite Andrew Wordes for raising livestock in his backyard. Wordes, who had started raising chickens on his .97-acre homestead in 2005, decided to fight back. And guess what he won.

But sadly, that’s when the real trouble started:

You see, the story actually has very little to do with chickens. While the city of Roswell, and cities just like it across America, would like people to believe it’s a story about chickens, the real story is about the rights of property owners.

When taking a look at a map that was published back in 2003, as part of Roswell’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan for city improvements, one thing becomes painfully obvious; The city had already planned to take Wordes’ property.

The Map showed that the city had major plans for his property. In fact, his property sat right in the middle of a planned city park. His property was being targeted for “city improvements”, and this fight had nothing to do with chickens. The chickens were really just the catalyst for the city to unlawfully seize his land.

After initially winning his fight in municipal court, the City of Roswell made Wordes life a living hell.

The Harassment Campaign Against Andrew Wordes

On Dec. 14, 2009, the city council approved a new ordinance banning roosters and using lot size to limit how many chickens a resident could keep. Wordes claimed that the harassment started immediately after the meeting, when Roswell police ticketed him for no insurance and a number of other moving violations.

  • In September of 2010, Roswell prosecuted Wordes under the new ordinance claiming he had too many birds for his lot size. The judge found him not guilty since he had the chickens before the ordinance became law.
  • In September of 2010, he was convicted of grading sediment on his land without a permit and having inoperable vehicles in his yard.  He was sentenced to community service.
  • In November of 2010, code enforcement served Wordes with a  nuisance citation.
  • After winning twice in court against the city, the county then got involved and actually cited him for “not properly stacking his firewood.”
  • In 2011, the 84 year-old women who held Mr. Wordes mortgage was harassed by the city into selling Wordes mortgage for forty cents on the dollar. The city then began the foreclosure process.
  • While in the process of trying to save his home, Andrew Wordes was arrested by Roswell Police on the day that he was to bring paperwork that would’ve delayed his bankruptcy and the foreclosure on his home.
  • Wordes was jailed for violating his probation after the city claimed he only served 122 of the 150 hours of community service that he had been ordered to serve.  He then served 99 days in jail.

After his release, he placed a sign on his property that read “Trespassers will be construed as a bodily threat” and then waited for authorities to arrive and remove him.

On Monday at 10:45 a.m. Marshalls arrived at the home. After a two-hour standoff, Wordes advised the Marshall that they needed to immediately leave the property.  That’s when the explosion happened. After years of battling for his right to keep his land, Wordes finally had enough.

On a website dedicated to Andrew Wordes, one of his friends wrote:

We all lost a little something today. Andrew was a man of faith, with a strong love for God. He was a staunch Constitutionalist with a passion for our freedoms and liberties.

You pushed Mr. Wordes to this point. You marched around Roswell bashing Andrew, annihilating his character, marking him as crazy and filing lawsuits whenever you could, bankrupting him and denying him rights given to property owners in the United States.

Andrew fought the good fight, not just for himself but for others because he knew it could happen to anyone. And it is. Eminent domain is being abused all over our country, just look it up. Communities are plagued with repeated abuses of the use of eminent domain. It’s tragic and your neighborhood could be next. Andrew fought to his last breath, for himself, for me, for you. In his mind, he went on his terms. Right out of Atlas Shrugged. Andrew is at peace now but it’s not over.

The sad truth about this story is its not an isolated incident.   When any government (talking city or county now) finds financial motivations, and they are able to initiate those directives at gunpoint of it’s local law enforcement, it’s important to keep powers in check so that they cannot be abused.

From the Federal Government seizing property because of “environmental regulations”, to local municipalities who use code enforcement agents codes to intimidate people into giving up their land, we have a huge problem in this country. Our property rights are being shredded before our eyes, and it’s only a matter of time before this story becomes an everyday occurrence, and the causes need to be addressed.  Remember, in the U.S, every town, every county, and every State makes many of it’s own laws, so circumstances vary from place to place.  It’s important to get plugged in to where you live and be sure that your local governments are above reproach with their handling of the citizens they intend to serve.

Regardless of where you live UN Agenda 21 is being implemented by your local council without your knowledge. Time to Stand, say NO!! and mean it.

http://www.offgridquest.com/news/chicken-man-kills-himself-after-long-fig

 

OPP Officers Charged With Assault Of Grey County Man

A Grey County man was assaulted by plain clothes police officers in an incident on December 15th.

Enos Martin of Williamsford was among a group of people who supported raw milk producer Michael Schmidt during a raid on his farm near Durham on October 2nd.

Schmidt and a handful of others were later summoned to appear in court on a charge of obstruct a peace officer, but Martin says he never knew about the charge.

Then in mid-December, Grey County OPP officers executed an arrest warrant and took him to West Grey to be fingerprinted.

Martin says roughly 10 minutes after he returned to his farm, plain clothes officers showed up in a van. Mr. Martin explained to the officers he’d been processed and the papers were in his van.  The officers ignored him and proceeded to assault, handcuff and unlawfully arrest Mr. Martin.

He claims they tightened the handcuffs as much as possible, forced his arms up in the air causing damage to his wrists and shoulders. His claims are backed by testimony of a doctor who examined Mr. Martin.

Martin says enough is enough and has filed charges against two veteran OPP officers from the Chatsworth detachment.

The matter is now before the court.

Audio recording of Mr. Martin Bayshore Broadcasting

Raw Mild Symposium 2016

micheal freedom sentenced in Newmarket OntarioMichael Schmidt is committed to ensuring Food Freedom for you and your families. He has not wavered in his commitment even though he has been persecuted relentlessly for more than 20yrs. This is not just a struggle for the right to consume farm fresh milk but your right to choose your food in general. There is a war going on by the “gov” to control what you eat. If you don’t stand and defend your rights….you will lose them to the multinational food monopolies that are defended and promoted by “gov” that does not serve the people. Please make your best effort to attend the Milk Symposium at University of Guelph this Sat. You’ll be glad you did. No one has the right to tell anyone what they can or can’t eat. Time we all Stand, say NO!! and mean it.

Dr. Rebecca Carley (Vaccines)

Join host Ron Stephens and guest Dr. Rebecca Carley (Vaccines)
http://www.reversingvaccineinduceddiseases.com/about.html Live tonight, Sat. Jan.16th 10 pm EST, studio B, Revolution Radio www.freedomslips.com – If you have a question for Dr. Carley please call Studio B (310)421-4053.

Global Migration Group

Editor:

UN Global Migration Group and its many partners pretend they are trying to help migrants when if fact they and their partners are  the ones who caused the problem in the first place. The goal is to destroy nation states by flooding them with the very migrants the UN and its partners created.

Global Migration Group

One mechanism for IOM’s collaboration with the UN system is the Global Migration Group (GMG), an inter-agency group, meeting at both the working level as well as at the level of heads of agencies. The GMG aims to promote the wider application of all relevant international and regional instruments and norms relating to migration, and the provision of more coherent and stronger leadership to improve the overall effectiveness of the international community’s and United Nation’s policy and operational response to the opportunities and challenges presented by international migration.

The GMG grew out of an existing inter-agency group, the Geneva Migration Group, which was established in April 2003 by the heads of IOM, ILO, OHCHR, UNCTAD, UNHCR and UNODC. In early 2006 membership in the Geneva Migration Group was expanded to include UNDESA, UNDP, UNFPA and the World Bank. The Geneva Migration Group’s Terms of Reference were updated, and it was renamed the “Global Migration Group”. In November 2007 the GMG admitted a further four members – UNESCO, UNICEF, the United Nations Regional Commissions and UNITAR. In 2010, WHO and UN Women were and in 2014 FAO and UNU were admitted as members, bringing the total GMG membership to 18 agencies.

Briefing of United Nations Member States on the activities of the Global Migration Group. (© IOM 2007. Photo: Anke Strauss)

IOM served as Chair of the GMG from July to December 2013, prior to which IOM had served as Chair from January to June 2007. The International Labour Organization (ILO) assumed the chairmanship of the GMG on 1 January 2014 for a full year, following a GMG internal review. The GMG is chaired in 2015 by the World Bank. For a list of previous Chairs and background information on the GMG, click here.

Members

Working Groups

The GMG has three  working groups and two task forces, including:

  • Working Group on Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies, co-chaired by IOM and UNDP
  • Working Group on Data and Research, co-chaired by IOM and UNDESA
  • Working Group on Migration, Human Rights and Gender, co-chaired by OHCHR, UN Women and UNICEF
  • Task Force on Capacity Development, co-convened by IOM and UNITAR
  • Task Force on Migration and Decent Work, co-convened by ILO and IOM

GMG at the IOM Council

IOM invited the GMG to interact with its Member States on the occasion of the IOM Council in 200820092010, and 2013.

Contact

The current GMG Chair can be contacted at supportteam@globalmigrationgroup.org

Global Migration Group

Criminal Persecution of Raw Milk Advocate Michael Schmidt by OPP and Province of Ontario

For more info please go to Michael Schmidt FB

Please come out and show your peaceful support
Monday October 26, 2015 at 9:30
Walkerton Court House, 207 Cayley Street, Walkerton

Uploaded on Dec 10, 2006

20 armed Ministry of Natural Resources officers in Ontario raid a family farm on November 21, 2006

for delivering their cow share owners’ milk.

per·se·cu·tion
ˌpərsəˈkyo͞oSH(ə)n/
noun
noun: persecution; plural noun: persecutions
  1. hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of race or political or religious beliefs.
    synonyms: oppression, victimization, maltreatment, ill-treatment, mistreatment, abuse, ill-usage, discrimination, tyranny;

    informal witch hunt
    “victims of religious persecution”
    harassment, hounding, intimidation, bullying