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The Belly of Maine Socialism Part Three: Envision Maine authors "Reinventing Maine Government" and GrowSmartMaine testifies for passage of legislation on "Reinventing Government"

There is legislation currently under consideration in our state legislation that as a strange similarity in name to the report commissioned by GrowSmartMaine from EnvisionMaine- both nonprofits started by Alan Caron.
The EnvisionMaine report is "Reinventing Maine Government"
The name of the legislation is  LR 1981 An Act To Implement Recommendations on Reinventing Government


GrowSmartmaine just testified favorably for the passage of this bill-

This is the current status of the bill



Sponsored by Senator Richard Woodbury

Status Summary

Reference Committee Labor, Commerce, Research and Economic Development
Last House Action 6/29/2011 - Carried over to any special and/or regular session of the 125th Legislature pursuant to Joint Order HP 1190.
Last Senate Action 6/29/2011 - CARRIED OVER TO ANY SPECIAL OR REGULAR SESSION OF THE 125th LEGISLATURE PURSUANT TO JOINT ORDER HP 1190, IN CONCURRENCE
D 1437 (SP 444)
"An Act To Implement Recommendations on Reinventing Government"
states that "Among the more comprehensive studies and reports produced in recent years are the Brookings Institution report, Charting Maine’s Future.

Sponsored by  Senator WOODBURY of Cumberland Independent
 Cosponsored By:   

Cosponsored By:     Representative CAIN of Orono Democrat
Representative HAYES of Buckfield Democrat
Senator HILL of York Democrat
Senator HOBBINS of York Democrat
Senator KATZ of Kennebec Republican
Senator LANGLEY of Hancock Republican
Representative PRESCOTT of Topsham Republican
Senator RECTOR of Knox Republican
Representative VOLK of Scarborough Republican










Envision Maine was instrumental in getting the Brookings Institute to write a report on charting Maine's future.

The Brookings Institutute is part of a movement to advance socialism in The United States.

LR 1981 An Act To Implement Recommendations on Reinventing Government  states the following:
Among the more comprehensive studies and reports produced in recent years are the Brookings Institution report, Charting Maine’s Future;

This 2009 article by Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media reports the following:


Following up, in April 2007, PES President Poul Nyrup Rasmussen reported that European socialists held a meeting “in the Democrats HQ in Washington,” met with officials of the party and Democratic members of Congress, and agreed that “PES activist groups” in various U.S. cities would start working together.

Photos of the trip showed Rasmussen meeting with such figures as Senator Ben Cardin, Senator Bernie Sanders, officials of the Brookings Institution, Howard Dean, and AFL-CIO President John W. Sweeney, a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. The Brookings Institution is headed by former Clinton State Department official Strobe Talbott, a proponent of world government who was identified in the book Comrade J as having been a pawn of the Russian intelligence service.

PES stands for The Party of European Socialists,


Cliff Kincaid is the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism and can be contacted at cliff.kincaid@aim.org.



I know of another group that also believes in a world government. Its called the Muslim Brotherhood and they believe that the world should be governed by Shariah Law. Do you think the  powerful Brookings Instiution can negotiate a "compromise consensus" with the Muslim Brotherhood for the sake of realizing their mutual goal- a one world government? The socialists are largely atheists but with  the lure of all that power in their hands, they might be willing to overlook that the Muslim Brotherhood  believes in a God. Think of the power and the grandeur! But  that will only last for a brief nano second in world history. Once power is consolidated under one totalitarian regime, the Muslim brotherhood will seek to fulfill Allah's command and rid the world of all the infidels, including atheistic socialists.

Its bad enough that our legislature ignores parts of our state constitution but at least thelegislature has sworn an oath to uphold the constitution. The lobbying groups who want to be the power behind 'reinventing government" have never sworn to such an oath and a lot of what they want to do and the language that they use dovetails succinctly with the global plan to redesign global human society from the top down known as Agenda Twenty One.

This blog Democrats Against Agenda Twenty One takes that plan straight to the local level and asks if you have observed certain things happening in your local community. In Maine the answers to the questions posed are a resounding YES! . Well worth reading!



Comments

  1. Hi Mackenzie,
    I'm coming to Maine to give a speech in Waldoboro (August 13) and was researching EnvisionMaine and Reinventing Maine Govt. It was a happy surprise to see our website noted here. Thank you for exposing and fighting UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
    Rosa Koire
    Democrats Against UN Agenda 21

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