This is a forum like no other! It's time to draw a line in the sand.
In the heart of San Francisco Bay, at a state of the art theater-like venue ... any political divide will rest as facts, concerns, and solutions for our environment, our neighborhoods, and our freedom take center stage.
At the core of this Forum is "Regionalism" and the "One Bay Area Plan": a plan "officially" passed late in the evening on July 18, 2013; a plan most Bay Area residents have never even heard of. Over $300,000,000,000 tax payer dollars is being set aside to implement this foreign-like system of centralized control.
A plan to be rolled out across the United States of America.
The Globalization of California Forum promises to be cutting edge, revealing, and a thought-provoking conversation about the vast changes for our American way of life in the 21st Century. It is a deep dive into the loss of local control throughout the USA as California pilots the way.
As Goes California…So Goes The Nation.
Led by experts, elected officials, and citizens personally impacted, this Forum will educate and engage attendees about:
-- Is The One Bay Area Plan Constitutional; what is it; why weren't we told about it?
-- What is the true meaning of "Think Global, Act Local"?
-- What is “Smart Growth” and why is it tied to the United Nations?
-- What is Agenda 21 Sustainable Development?
-- Why are cities turning into mega-ecocities of SKY RISES?
-- Why is rural California wanting to secede from the state?
-- What is this "new" transportation system; does it include private vehicles?
-- What is this Technocracy; will high-tech surveillance and monitoring systems protect privacy?
-- How will PDAs and PCAs destroy private property rights?
-- How will “Open space" be used to usher in "no-human use" land cores and corridors in areas that are now private property.
-- Rewilding - what is it?
-- Who is behind all of these plans? Where do they get the power if not coming from citizens? And what is the ultimate end game?
Beyond receiving cutting edge information and meeting others dedicated to make a difference, this Forum will lay out solutions for us to take back our neighborhoods and cities.
Included is catered lunch, snacks, coffee and tea service throughout the day, and valuable material to take home.
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Discounted seating is limited (please check rates for deadlines)
Space is limited so register early!!
Event Timing: 10am - 5:30pm
Doors Open: 9:30am for registration
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Public transportation available from San Fransico's bus terminal. One could BART to Embarcadero, walk 4 blocks to Beale/Folsom Bus Terminal, catch the Muni 108 bus to Treasure Island. Bus runs on 20 to 30 minute schedule. See Transit.511.org
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