posted on Aug, 23 2018 @ 08:48 AM
a reply to: CornishCeltGuy
On the surface everything looks great.
It's the wording they use in their charters that you have to key in on and understand. Look at the language.
For instance let's fast foward to The Basque Declaration.. I will highlight some of the key words to look at.
1. We will develop a “culture of sustainability” based on equal access to municipal services for all
citizens regardless of their age, religious affiliation, ethnic identity or gender, and reflect this particularly in our budgeting and
will equal all citizen's.. are voting on this? do you have a choice in the matter? how about the EU and BRexit referendum's are they thinking about
the will of the people or just deploying strategies and forcing change?
was the immigration a choice?? do you have a say in what's happening?
do you want to live in a society that forces you to participate in their culture and economy against your will or do you want a free society??
9. We will purchase products and services with high environmental performance and take into account the social and economic impacts of a
Now look at this statement, the government is going to purchase and manage all natural resource which on the surface is a great idea because the
earth's resources are in fact finite and limited but look at the EU and your current government right now, how much of an actual say do you guys have
when it comes to the EU implementing and changing laws in your country?
do you want to live in a world where you have no say in things?
edit on 23-8-2018 by toysforadults because: (no reason given)