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Southeast Florida citizens are educating their towns and counties about so-called ‘Seven/50’ regional plan and winning!-Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

November 12, 2013

11/8/13, “Exciting news from Florida! Seven/50 plan rejected by two counties!” Rosa Koire, Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

Seven/50 is the regional plan for Southeast Florida. Running from the Florida Keys north up the east coast, it encompasses 7 counties and is the regional plan document for fifty years–that’s why it’s called Seven/50. Although the planners, consultants, and staff of these counties said that the plan has nothing to do with UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, that is not true.”….

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Seven/50 is the regional plan for Southeast Florida.  Running from the Florida Keys north up the east coast, it encompasses seven counties and is the regional plan document for fifty years—that’s why it’s called Seven/50.   Although the planners, consultants, and staff of these counties said that the plan has nothing to do with UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, that is not true.  In fact it is a plan to regionalize the huge southeast Florida area municipalities and merge them into an ‘economic powerhouse that would be the 5th largest economy in the US’—as the planners say.  Andres Duany, the project designer, said in one of his presentations that fascism was certainly the most efficient form of government, and this merging of local governments and corporate entities will surely bear that out.   – See more at: http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com/1/post/2013/11/exciting-news-from-florida-seven50-plan-rejected-by-2-counties.html#comments

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