December 5, 2021

Regionalism: The Threat to Private Property Rights


Sustainable development, friend or foe to freedom? Ever wondered if so-called “global warming” has an agenda, and one that is not based on solid science? What does the United Nations have to do with it? Seriously, in America?


                                                                                                                    Tom DeWeese

                                                                                        Saturday, May 24, 2014 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM

                                                                                                          Westmonte Civic Center

                                                                                        624 Bills Lane, Altamonte Springs, Fl 32714

                                                                            (Turn off 436 onto Spring Oaks Blvd. beside Chucky Cheese).

If you believe it’s a basic tenant of freedom to be able to own private property (house with a yard and your own private car), instead of stack-and-pack, high rise apartments clustered downtown with public rail transportation, this workshop is for you! Come, find out what Regional Councils have in mind for our future…..and they are implementing this NOW. How do these Councils rob our county commissioners of their power? Where is the voter’s voice?

What is the re-wilding of America? Biodiversity? Buffer zones? Smart growth? Smart meters? How do they tie together?

Over the past fifteen years, author Tom DeWeese has been sounding the alarms over government land grabs, radical environmentalists, radical “reform” in the schools, attacks on national sovereignty, and UN driven global governance. Now those policies he warned everyone about are front page headlines fueling a national discontent.

Tom DeWeese is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence. Tom will give the history of the Sustainable Development movement with loss of private property rights for Americans, who characteristically have enjoyed a much higher standard of living than the rest of the world. With a United Nations end goal of equal justice for all, Americans must change their standard of living.
How will this be done? Come, find out, as we discuss what social justice looks like on a global scale, and learn about the agreement made by countries of the United Nations
through The Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and what it means to our world today, and how it is being used through appointed bureaucrats in Regional Councils.
Learn how the green movement ties into this, as well as so-called “global warming” scares.

Coalition for Property Rights, Executive Director Dan Peterson will enlighten us to our local property rights issues and discuss ways we can take a stand, as well as update us on his work this past legislative session to stop bad bills from becoming laws that encroach upon our freedoms.

Also, speaking: Former Commissioner Judy Culpepper and Activist Stephanie Austin on regional plan, “Seven50”. Come hear their personal experience fighting back at the county level in Indian River and St. Lucie Counties. What approach worked, and what did not? These activists have been successful in getting three of their seven counties to OPT OUT of their regional plan, and are currently working to help the remaining four. Their news is that it CAN be done!

This is a time to learn, as well as formulate our own personal county plans to do what can be done. Working together in our joint regions will accomplish so much more, and at a faster pace, than going it alone in one county. Our particular region includes six counties: Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Lake, Osceola, and Volusia. (See attachment below). Together, we stand.

All other counties are welcome to join us. Check your particular region in the diagram below. We encourage you to get your neighboring county friends to join you and your group members with other interested citizens to attend this important seminar. This is war for the basic right to own private property….. in America! Please share.
Directions: Westmonte Civic Center is located just off 436 (Semoran Blvd.). The turn off 436 is Spring Oaks Blvd. (Beside Chucky Cheese).

Registration Fee: $15, collected at the door.

Sponsored by Greater Orlando Tea Party, Brevard 912 and Seminole 912. (website under construction)