On Sept. 22, three nationally known speakers came to the Performing Arts Center in Delta — Tom DeWeese, Dr. Michael Coffman and Michael Chapman, to educate citizens on sustainable development and Agenda 21. People attended from as far away as Aurora knowing the significance of the information that was being put forth.
Public officials, both elected and appointed, and candidates were invited to attend, including Scott Tipton, Don Coram, Ellen Roberts, Montrose, Delta, and Mesa County commissioners, sheriffs and all school board members and superintendents in both Montrose and Delta. Tickets were purchased for all Delta school board members and the superintendent and two tickets were given to one member of the board in particular in Montrose because she is also a candidate for a commissioner seat.
Knowledge of Agenda 21 and sustainable development runs far deeper than just knowing when it was signed onto, which appeared to be the extent of knowledge by Kjersten Davis at a debate I attended at the Holiday Inn Express. The United Nations' Agenda 21, sustainable development, is the covert takeover of our nation through policies and regulations put forth by different agencies such as the Forest Service, BLM, EPA, OSHA, to name a few. United Nations mandates are also being implemented through foundations and organizations that offer grants to our counties, cities and towns when they buy into and become a part of those grants. If a public official or candidate doesn't understand how these policies, that restrict private property, are being implemented through these agencies, foundations and organizations, how can they, as servants of the People, stand between those policies and the People?
I must say there were interested officials and potential officials that attended, namely, incumbent Montrose commissioner candidates David White and Ron Henderson, Mike Mason, a lawful write-in candidate for Delta County, Rose Pugliese, John Justmen candidates for Mesa County commissioner positions, Jack Flowers, commissioner position for Ouray County, Gary Ellis Montrose County commissioner, Kathy Ellis, Montrose City councilwoman, Montrose Sheriff Rick Dunlap, Kathy Svenson, Delta County school board member and Caryn Gibson, superintendent. The conference brought an audience of 250 concerned citizens so I may have missed one or two other officials but I'm thrilled that it brought the interest that it did of those seeking to know more and understand better United Nations' Agenda 21 and sustainable development.
For those that missed the conference, we are selling DVDs at a cost of $25 for a set of four. Checks can be mailed to Barbara Hulet 2218 5900 Road, Olathe, CO 81425. Make checks payable to SDA Conference.
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