They Steal the Children of Activists In Ft. Collins: Where’s Jaden?

Saturday, August 20, 2016
By Paul Martin

Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
Aug 20, 2016

“Where’s Jaden? I have not seen my son in nearly 3 years. I have been accused of nothing. However, I was opposed to Agenda and as a result, I lost my son to a pro-Agenda 21 judge with NWO connections. I don’t even know where he is at. I have never lost my parental rights, so please tell me why I cannot see my son?

“…current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the affluent middle class – involving high meat intake use of fossil fuels, appliances, home and work-place air-conditioning, and suburban housing – are not sustainable. A shift is necessary which will require a vast strengthening of the multilateral system, including the United Nations…”

Maurice Strong: Opening speech at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development

I repeatedly call Larimer County, Ft. Collins, CO. “The People’s Republic of Larimer County” for good reason. In Larimer County, if you protest against Agenda 21, they will steal your children.

Agenda 21

When fully implemented, ICLEI regulations will severely limit access to electricity and transportation, deny the common citizenry noninvasive access to beautiful wilderness areas, destroy private business, impose unsustainable tax rates, will arbitrarily seize private property for personal gain, will promote corruption at the highest levels of industry and government, have endorsed and implemented extreme population reduction methods and now ICLEI advocates have added child theft to their list of heinous crimes against humanity perpetrated against those who would dare to oppose their fascist policies.

Stacy Lynne, Anti-Agenda 21 Advocate

Six years ago, Stacy Lynne began making public presentations regarding the dangers of ICLEI. Lynne opposed the “greening” of downtown Ft. Collins, CO., in which only “eco-friendly cars” would be permitted to park in downtown parking spaces. Local businesses estimated that each parking spot was worth $300,000 per year. This reckless ICLEI proposal would have bankrupted several local small business owners. However, Lynne was successful in harnessing community opposition and defeated the proposal. Lynne also fought against her local government’s attempt to only employ Waste Management, a financial contributor to ICLEI, which would have bankrupted two locally owned trash businesses and cost the Larimer County, CO. community hundreds of jobs. Lynne was successful in defeating this measure as well.

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