Agenda 21 and Mike Krulig
Building One America represents regional control of assets and is granted to an unelected regional authority in places like St. Paul/Minneapolis and San Francisco as a means to force suburban residents to abandon their outlying homes for the stack and pack inner cities. This program is the real Agenda 21. President Obama?s first mentor in community organizing, Mike Krulig, and his Building One America are behind this.
Most of you have never heard of Krulig or Building One America and there is a good reason for their anonymity. If a majority of the American people were to discover Krulig?s true intentions for suburban dwelling Americans, they would chase him down the street and string he and his people up from the nearest light poles. The White House has tried to conceal this association with Krulig, but thanks to the Breitbart people, a picture exists of Krulig appearing with Obama at the White House.
Here is how the program works. An unelected regional council is formed with the goal of controlling assets such as vehicle mileage tax, property tax or water. Differential rates, for essential products or services, are charged to the people in the suburbs at a higher rate than are the residents in core inner cities. The goal is to force the eradication of suburbs in favor of dense inner city living and to use the power of the purse to accomplish this goal.
This is not some futuristic goal, the practice is already in evidence in Detroit proper as residents pay about 25% less than suburban water customers. Since the water comes from the same source, how can this be justified? It cannot be justified, however, this is part of the plan. The Agenda 21 people from Building One America charge so much more for a product that people feel compelled to move to the cheaper location. And we are not just talking water, we are talking home heating/cooling and vehicle mileage taxes (VMT). If enough economic pain can be generated in the suburbs, the desired migration may occur naturally.
Already In St. Paul/Minneapolis, San Francisco and Portland, road pricing for the VMT is being implemented to force drivers out of their cars. This will impact all drivers except for the Obama inspired exemption of low income drivers. The VMT is designed to give favored status to certain groups. These groups represent organizations that want to transfer wealth through the heavy hand of regional government interfering in the housing, transportation and land use market place. The wealth transfer is to flow from the wealthier middle class to economically disadvantaged inner city residents. This tyranny is also being beta tested in the (San Francisco) Bay area in a project entitled One Bay Area Plan. One Bay Area Plan is a 25 year plan which combines housing, transportation, and Agenda 21.