National Association of Rural Landowners

The Planning Con Game

Notice the smiling young faces from the web page of the American Planning Association, fresh out of liberal colleges and brainwashed in UN social justice and radical environmental protection policies. They may have never heard of the U. S. Constitution, or just don't care.

The planners are onto you folks that are resisting the implementation of United Nations Agenda 21 policies at the local level. They are changing the words and phrases they use to dupe you. They say that what they are doing is all about inclusion and working at the local level, but what they don't say is they are implementing TOP-DOWN international social and environmental policies (Agenda 21) and getting you to believe that you have a say in what they are doing at the local level. It's nothing but an orchestrated Con game to get around your resistance to international influence on American constitutional sovereignty.

And remember, Agenda 21 was never debated as a treaty and ratified by the U. S. Congress, as required by the Constitition. It became law by fiat and presidential executive orders. It became embedded in the American Planning Association's policy manual and then filtered down to the state and local levels in the dark, by slight of hand and hidden from the people with malice aforethought.

To learn their new strategy on how to con you, click HERE!

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NARLO Handbook

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NARLO offers one of the most powerful, legally intimidating No Trespassing signs on the planet. Thousands of these huge 18" x 24" aluminum signs have been installed on urban and rural land all over America and they have proven to be a significant deterrent against trespass by government agents and other would-be intruders. Determine for yourself by clicking on the image below. No Trespassing Sign

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A Video on the clear distinction between liberalism and conservatism



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