Urgent call to action – SB 584, HB901

Attention Floridians:UN Habitat1, Vancouver, May 31 – June 11 1976
Land, because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlements, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes. Social justice, urban renewal and development, the provision of decent dwellings and healthy conditions for the people can only be achieved if land is used in the interests of society as a whole.”

Their goal 50% + of Florida Land under conservation. They are half way there.

Florida Forever and the other environmental extremist feel that 28% ownership of Florida’s land is not enough. They have been calling the legislators to kill or alter bills SR 584 and HB 901. It is imperative that you call. They want the budget to include billions of our tax dollars for their salaries and to steal or condemn our land. Tell the legislators not to alter the bill.

Once out of private hands, Florida land is off the tax roles. Every time that happens, your taxes will go up until eventually your taxes will be too high and you will be forced to vacate your land. Your community will lose land and a tax base without your approval.

This has nothing to do with conservation, it has to do with money power and control. Don’t be Fooled.
Isn’t it time that unelected people STOP telling you what to do with your property.

If you want control of your private property you must call. Call the sponsors of these bills, thank them for sponsoring these bills and also tell them to stand strong against the environmental extremist, and keep the bill in its original language. Call now and leave a message, call Monday and leave another message.

SB 584 Senator Alan Hayes (850) 487-5011

HB 901 Rep Charlie Stone (850) 717-5022

Land Acquisition Florida Forever Date Acres Expense for purchase
2011 * 2464216 * 6,149,422,039.00
Conservation Easements 2011 * 425360 * 387,181,829.00
Everglades Trust 2011 * 67144.98 * 1,005,759,101.00

Total * 2956720.98 * 7,542,362,969.00
Approximate Tax Revenue Loss
$2000 per acre x 2956720.98 = $5,913,441,960.00 Yearly loss to Florida


The chart attached shows the land lost per county.
Look at your county and you will understand why your taxes are so high.
Broward County is at max land lost, Broward county has one of the highest tax rates in the county.

Call now to protect your private property, call often or they will.

Karen Schoen

If there are no facts, there is no truth, then government provides your reality.
I will not comply, will you?

Knowledge is Power – Truth, Education, Conversation, Action

Karen Schoen, AgEnder
Americans against Agenda 21
Radio Host: American Freedom Watch Radio
Founder: AgEnders, agenda21today.com
Director: Florida Panhandle Patriots
Chairperson: Save America Foundation
Co-Chair: Florida Assessment Committee on Education, Citizens for National Security

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