‘gonna be as crowded as a cemetery 🙁
and administered by the good folk that brought us
Indian Reservations and Urban Renewal
The high density housing photo above is of a development I know very well. When I was a kid in the 1950s that area was semi-rural; small horse pastures surrounded by old well-established houses with large yards and shade trees. We used to go sledding and have snowball fights in the pastures and build tree houses in the big maple trees.
It took several years of “delphi technique” meetings to get the high-density project approved because it required rerouting/paving over a well-established creek and the local residents objected strenuously.
The advertising campaign is very slick. However, one thing they can’t market is peace, quiet or privacy.
It’s bordered on the west by Interstate 5, to the north by a huge shopping mall, south is a big Park & Ride transit center and mid-rise rise office buildings.
They make their plans in darkness. First, depopulate, then cram the left overs into ghettos. They can scheme all they want, but we know who wins in the end.
The UN and the Socialist can go to Hell, don’t pass go and don’t get $200!
The funniest thing in this whole horrible scenario is that “Sustainable Development” is exhorbitantly expensive, based on ever-decreasing supply of tax revenue and failed bond levies that prove the feasibility studies were done by idiots. That’s bad news for the globalist goofballs trying to ram this through legislatures, city councils, etc. Good news for us!
As their “pie in the sky” Smart Growth plans are proven “unsustainable” and fail to launch, we can rejoice and say, “told ya so!” LOL
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