Thursday, October 8, 2009

Pittsburgh v the G20- a UN Local Agenda 21 preview?

"Right now, in your town and neighborhood, policies are being implemented that will ultimately eliminate your freedoms and destroy your way of life. You need to know what's going on to stop this process." Freedom Advocates

There's an abundance of evidence at the local level across the United States of the changes made to our local governments over the past 20 years. Neighborhoods First is a new one on me, but I've long since quit doing this level of research, my budget could no longer sustain it. But Freedom Advocates have the resources to keep going, and their work is designed to conform with accceptable levels of reporting. Their brochures are professional, high quality productions and make the whole issue of sustainable development accessible to the most skeptical Americans (who require their information be presented in glossy brochures).
Freedom Advocates Report

Police in Paramilitary Garb Deploy LRAD Auditory Torture in Pittsburgh Neighborhood

Last year, the Mayor of Pittsburgh, PA launched a program called Neighborhoods First Initiative. The grant-driven Mayor promoted public safety, walkable communities, a new police station and a Free Park Initiative. Pittsburgh has been a longtime grant-guzzling city and is a current member of an international Sustainable Development organization called ICLEI: Local Governments for Sustainability.

Unfortunately ICLEI provisions include monitoring and compliance which ultimately can lead to this:

In Pittsburgh, last month, the Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) was used for the first time in the United States. This auditory torture system caused harm to innocent Pittsburgh neighbors and also harm to people involved in a lawful assembly. This onslaught occurred during the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh. The G20 is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 20 economies, 19 countries and the European Union. The purpose of the G20 is to advance public private partnerships and world government.

Just who were the Pittsburgh police protecting?

See our ICLEI Primer and LRAD footage on our homepage.

1 comment:

Dragon said...

Thanks, from just south of Pittsburgh Pa.
Pittsburgh is where it happened first, But the rabbit hole goes way deeper. I feel that they didn't just pull this outa their butt. What I saw was a badly orchestrated plan, badly executed plan.
But it seems it may have been a practice run for the next large event. Keep spreading the word, Dragon