These days, it seems all our elected officials are mendacious thieving scum, and the illusion of choice we deluded fools are offered is exactly that; an illusion. Mostly, we operate as best we can independent of those we elect to represent our interests.
Sadly, much of the time our elected officials operate not in our defence, but in pursuit of their own riches, or some other agenda to which we citizens would never agree. The United Nations in general, and their Agenda 21 specifically, is a plan so dastardly it can scarce be believed. When I explain it and provide links, many people still can’t or won’t believe it. It is a plan eagerly advanced by a Fifth Column of elected and unelected criminals.
I was recently directed to a presentation given by Councillor Wayne Walker at the Rio+20 Conference, in which Councillor Walker reports back to his masters at the UN on the implementation of Agenda 21 for Auckland. For what it’s worth, I recommend dispensing with the formality of a trial, and hoist him from the nearest lamp-post, holding him there suspended by his neck until such time as his feet stop twitching.
The presentation can be found at this link, but I’d recommend reading it before lunch, and over several strong drinks.
Here are the highlights for me:
- Slide 4:the geographical area called “Auckland” is 70% RURAL. This is a city where a “full-sized” or “large family” section is ~600 square metres, and the vision for managing Auckland’s population growth is MORE mixed-use and infill housing!
- Slide 6: there is a 6-point action plan on this page, and not one of those points has been approved or agreed to by the citizens of Auckland
- Slides 8-12: the population of Auckland has increased more than 110-fold in the past century and a half (12,400 in 1864 to 1,377,000 in 2011), yet in a marvel of modern urban chicken-coop planning, the geographical boundaries of the region have not increased one centimetre.
- Slide 19: Vehicular traffic, with the exception of Light Rail, has disappeared from Quay Street. Without vehicles, particularly trucks, travelling along Quay Street, how is it we’re supposed to move goods from New Zealand’s busiest port to their destination?
- Slides 20 – 22: The Auckland North-South Motorway, better known as State Highway 1, the busiest stretch of road in the country, appears to have become invisible at Hobson Street, Victoria Street (major supply route to SH1) and Grafton Gully. Have invisible roads been invented and someone forgot to tell me?
This Wayne Walker and his “Transition to Transformation” plan should be consigned to the dustbin of history. He proves logic and common sense are strangers to him, first with his plan, and secondly by a cursory glance at the “What We Will Do For You” page of his website. First, he suggests rates rises are out of control, and automatically default to increase each year (which he promises to stop), then he talks about light rail being developed using the present busway. Perhaps he’s one of those who believes the money-fairies will magic up some money to fund his pork-barrelling? Or is he suggesting public transport users should be made to fund the true cost of their travel? If the latter, he should watch for North Shore and Rodney residents returning to their cars as the green dream of public transport advocates vanishes into a nightmare of reality.