Imagine HSUS growing like a cancer…..(which it has done already)
HSUS Worker: Hey ranch owner, you’re in violation of owning too many acres.
Owner: Huh? HSUS: No one can own 4,000 acres. Owner: Why not? HSUS: Because poor people can’t afford it and your animals are wasting all that space. Owner: But I paid for it. HSUS: Doesn’t matter. We are not the government, we are NGO. Owner: What?!? HSUS: Don’t argue with me boy. We are subdividing your land for the parolees, homeless, animal rights, and red fancy tailed albino lizards. Owner: What the hell are you saying?! HSUS: You are basically not in charge! We DON’T need eminent domain! Your 4,000 acres can be far more profitable if we do it the NGO way. AND we will be issuing not only ALL of the health, water, licensing,building and government tax guidelines, we will ALSO charge you for running it all!! It saves you a lot of money!! That’s because we are sort of a charity non profit. You know–we don’t make profits!!! AND we are exempt because we helped write the law!
Agenda 21 explained http://wp.me/pg2ou-37k
“Smart growth is a wedding wherein zoning code is married with government-sponsored housing initiatives to accomplish government’s goal of social re-engineering. It urbanizes rural towns with high-density development, and gerrymanders population centers through the use of housing initiatives that enable people with weak patterns of personal financial responsibility to acquire homes in higher-income areas. This has the effect of shifting the voting patterns of rural municipalities from Right to Left.”
Smart growth plans usurp property rights and constitutional rights. Local officials, at the behest of State Government, revise zoning laws to fit into a “smart code” zoning template. A massive reshuffling of property rights ensues. Farmers may lose subdivision rights; conservation land adjacent to population centers may be rezoned into commercial employment centers; and low-density land in small towns is re-designated as growth area and rezoned to accommodate diverse housing including high-density apartments and condominiums.
Finally, a healthy dose of federal- or state-sponsored housing initiatives is embraced to ensure communities are properly balanced. The net effect of these plans is to create highly urbanized population centers throughout otherwise-rural counties, while simultaneously limiting the availability of land for suburban and estate subdivisions, as these are considered an unsustainable waste of land by Agenda 21 disciples.
To help drive out people who have animals in rural areas of Los Angeles County, look at this:
You are required to have a public health license under Los Angeles County
Code Title 8 if:
You have 5 or more horses, ponies, mules or donkeys
You have 10 or more animals of the same or different classifications of
horses, cow, sheep, goat or pig species
You have 50 or more rabbits or hares
You have 500 or more poultry or wild fowlYou may be exempt from paying a license fee if:You own less than 10 horses, ponies, mules or donkeys
You do not operate a boarding facility or receive income from the use of
You belong to a 4-H club, Future Farmers of America or a similar recognized
group which is an organized program to encourage student participation in
agricultural activities, and the animals are for that purpose