WVOX Talk of the Sound Radio Friday 11 AM: Mike Shaw of Freedom Advocates on ICLEI the UN Organization Behind GreeNR Plan

Written By: Robert Cox

WVOXLogo.jpgTalk of the Sound Radio will air Friday from 11am to 12pm with your host Talk of the Sound Managing Editor Bob Cox along with Talk of the Sound Editor Matthew Pryce.


This Friday, Talk of the Sound Radio will review of some of the top stories on Talk of the Sound from the previous week. We will have our newsmaker interview. This week we have on Mike Shaw of Freedom Advocates. Shaw is an expert on ICLEI and “Agenda 21” As always, Matthew will run down the Talk of the Sound Community Calendar. We may even get a call from Abdul from Division Street and his “tip of the week”.

SPECIAL NOTE: ICLEI Primer: Your Town and Freedom Threatened

Stories we will be discussing today include:

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One thought on “WVOX Talk of the Sound Radio Friday 11 AM: Mike Shaw of Freedom Advocates on ICLEI the UN Organization Behind GreeNR Plan”

  1. The only people to benefit are the lying politicians. Vote NO!
    Branson and Co will not tell us the details and entering into a treaty with a foreign
    Government is TREASON. No politician has the legal right to enter into a contractual agreement with property they do not own. These are criminal acts. Any City Council persons voting for this 30 year sell out of American citizens will find themselves voted out. Remember Bramson and Co. tried this before when they tried to falsely place historic designation on sections of Southern New Rochelle under the cover of darkness. The plan called for the city becoming co owners of what was once private property with the authority to dictate repairs, place liens on properties and to seize the properties if the homeowners refused to make unnecessary repairs dictated by the city. This was a rouse to transfer private property into the hands of developers, totally trouncing the homeowners who pay the lion’s share of property taxes and the part time Mayor’s 100,000 salary. When the homeowners found out and the draconian details were uncovered the plan was dead. This is another clear example of certain politicians doing the bidding of developers and others to take property they do not own and give it to developers and now with GreenNR, place a United States city under the control of the United Nations. A YES VOTE IS TREASON.

    This is still the United States of America not the oppressed republic of Bramson and Co. Every time we turn around there is a new scheme to make it so expensive to own a home, or a plan to force us out of our homes. Where else does a part time job pay close to 100,000. It is time to review all the damage this mayor and his associates have done to all but destroy this city and its residents. I cannot believe that this level of criminality is going unnoticed.

    Beware of the Green Lien!

    By ladyjustice on Fri, 07/02/2010 – 21:41 GreeNR Business
    The New York Times yesterday published an eye-opening article on the perils of financing green projects by attaching liens to private property. Such “green liens” are a centerpiece of Noam Bramson’s GreeNR “sustainability” plan.

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the government entities that guarantee more than half of the residential mortgages in the United States, have different priorities. They are worried that taxpayers will end up as losers if a homeowner defaults on a mortgage on a home that uses such creative financing. Typically, property taxes must be paid first from any proceeds on a foreclosed home.

    As indicated in this story, many banks will not refinance a home with a ‘green lien’ or loan money to a buyer. Banks are worried that property owners who cannot keep up with payments will default on their loans, sticking it to the banks.

    I found this article an eye-opener as I thought solar would be the way to go and was thinking about financing.

    Maybe the way-to-go is to go-slow and only sign up for green projects that you can afford to pay for in real time without loans. CF bulbs and rain barrels are a good place to start.

    Buyer beware! Find out the real costs of going green, ask to see real numbers and shop around before signing on the dotted line. Residents who want GreeNR should sign up for it, house by house.

    Read the entire Times story,
    Solar Energy Loan Giants Threaten Energy – Efficiency Programs.

    Pullquote: “….Now Mr. DeKay is worried about his own home, which carries a $25,500 lien for a five-kilowatt solar array installed last year. ‘If we ever want to refinance the house, it will be impossible for us to do that,’ he said….”

    ladyjustice’s blog 1020 reads

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