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UN Agenda 21: Minnesota Shutdown vs. Government Union Restructuring vs. Property Rights

January 11, 2012

The Original Tea Party of Minnesota

Leave Your Party at the Door! NO PARTY AFFILIATIONS – just people

A message to all members of The Original Tea Party of Minnesota

Both parties are working towards this agenda. Sure they are not exactly the same, except when they are lock step in legislative decisions such as the NDAA, TARP, Wallstreet and banking legislation.

The UN Agenda 21:

http://www.un.org/…/agenda21/

How it all started:

http://www.earthcharterinaction.org/invent/…Charter.pdf

Where they are now:

http://www.earthcharterinaction.org/content/…

Catholics are on board apparently:

catholic.org/Earth…

http://www.earthcharterinaction.org/…Gorbachev.pdf

NATO:

…NATO-Multi-National-Civil-Military-Interoperablity-Concepts-and-IFAs-Presentation

Minnesota and the UN Agenda:

HF2227 and SF1880

https://www.revisor.mn.gov/…HF2227

 

Pursuant to Article IV, Section 23 of the Minnesota Constitution and Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 4, Section 4.034, the following bill was pocket vetoed by the Governor after adjournment sine die by the Legislature:

STATE OF MINNESOTA

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

SAINT PAUL 55155

May 27, 2010

The Honorable Margaret Anderson Kelliher

Speaker of the House of Representatives

The State of Minnesota

Dear Speaker Kelliher:

I have vetoed and am returning Chapter No. 398, House File No. 2227.  Although return of the bill to the house of origin and a veto message are not required because the Legislature has adjourned sine die, I wanted to share my concerns about this bill with the Legislature.

While this bill contains four distinct articles, it is Article 3 that has caused this bill to be vetoed and is the focus of this message.  Article 1 was enacted into law as part of separate legislation.

Although I strongly support efforts to make government at all levels more efficient and accountable, the proposed Minnovation Council’s composition and duties are troubling and raise constitutional and practical concerns.

One of the primary duties of the council is to grant governmental applicants waivers from administrative Rules and exemptions from state Laws.  Because the voting membership of the Council is appointed by non-governmental organizations that are unelected and wholly unaccountable to the citizens of Minnesota, this scheme improperly outsources powers delegated to the executive and legislative branches to unelected interest groups.  Moreover, the voting membership of the Council lacks rigorous legislative and executive oversight, as voting members serve solely at the pleasure of the non-governmental authority that appointed them.

Also, the make-up of the Council is ill-suited to fulfill the duties assigned to it.  History tells us that the private, for-profit sector, driven by competition and profit motive, is always at the core of innovation, yet the Council offers only one of its 16 membership chairs to this sector.  It is also puzzling that none of the membership chairs are reserved for representatives of local government, the very organizations that are purported to benefit most from the Council’s activities.

My commitment to shared services initiatives is evident, as The Collaborative Governance Council (Chapter No. 319) and the Commission on Service Innovation (Chapter No. 392) were both signed into law this session.  This bill, however, is severely flawed and is therefore vetoed.

Sincerely,

TIM PAWLENTY

Governor

One example of how it is working in your local communities:

http://greenstep.pca.state.mn.us/

What one organization has put together for you to understand about how they feel it affects your and your rights:
http://www.freedomadvocates.org/…iclei_primer

So they essentially take our local tax dollars and grant them out to global organizations who then funnel it to the local government officials to circumvent our system and its process. COOL AYE?
THIS IS ALREADY IN AFFECT AND THEY ARE IN THE PROCESS OF MERGING COUNTIES AS WE SPEAK. These unelected officials have the power to abolish and create county departments. Now, that does include the Sheriff. NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT WHO CAUSED 9/11, WE KNOW THAT ONE OF THE CONSEQUENCES WAS THE FEDERALIZATION OF OUR POLICE/FIRE/MILITARY AND NOW SHERIFFS.

I SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT AND ALL THE AGENCIES [and their employees] THAT PROTECT AND SERVE. I also, respect th rule of law. THIS IS JUST AN FYI TO KEEP YOU UP TO DATE.

Some people are scaring the pants off of others, I wish that if we are heading towards world peace then the fear mongering should come o a halt! Binning and labeling is for ingorants or operatives.

I put this Facebook question in a hurry, on MNTPP FB page:

https://www.facebook.com/questions/10150444174797563/

Visit The Original Tea Party of Minnesota at: http://mnteapartypatriots.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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