Letter to the Editor: Writer urges readers to attend DeWeese seminar.

January 8, 2016

Dear Editor,

Our current and two former presidents have signed United Nations’ Initiatives that prescribe goals and agendas that some Americans might agree with, but that shred many of our Constitutional rights.

These initiatives take control away from our local governments. These initiatives tell Americans what the United Nations considers sustainable and unsustainable.

Things considered sustainable include green space preservation, contained development (high rise city apartments), social equity and more. Things considered unsustainable are private property, suburban housing, single-family homes and much more. You can see the complete lists on the United Nations web site. One of the initiatives is called Agenda 2030. Visit https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdgs.

Tom DeWeese is coming to West Michigan, and we have a rare opportunity to hear him speak. He is the President of the American Policy Center (www.americanpolicy.org) He is an expert on the United Nations sustainable development agenda, and will be at the Hart Middle School Auditorium Thursday, Jan. 14,  at 7 p.m. Come hear him speak and learn about the United Nations and how it affects our local governments.

This seminar is being offered free of charge. If you appreciate your private property rights, you will want to attend.

Laura Krentz

199 West Wilke Rd.


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