Biden’s Infrastructure Package Will Federalize Local Zoning Laws, Displace Single-Family Homes In Suburbs

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This is pure Agenda 21/2030 Agenda policy to eliminate “unsustainable” single-family housing. Since the carrot is withholding of transportation funds, the patently unconstitutional Councils of Governments (COGS) will be used to force compliance. `

We have warned for years about the dangers of soviet regionalization through COGS, and how they strip city/county sovereignty while enforcing Agenda 21 zoning and transportation mandates. ⁃ TN Editor

Democrats plan to federalize local zoning laws within the infrastructure reconciliation package to displace single-family homes with high-rise, low-income apartments to impact the already purple suburbs.

The reconciliation package plans to implement the destruction of the suburbs via a measure within the package called the “HOMES Act,” which attempts put the federal government in charge of local zoning laws to change local demographics, impacting the already purple voting districts.

According to the measure within the transportation package, any local government that does not comply with the federal zoning guidelines, meaning “ordinances that ban apartment buildings from certain residential areas or set a minimum lot size for a single family home,” the Department of House and Urban Development (HUD) will cut off funding to that city – funding any city needs to maintain their current low-income housing.

Additional consequences for cities keeping their local zoning laws in place would be to punish states by prohibiting them from “receiving taxpayer funded transportation grants of any kind if they refuse to allow high-rise apartments throughout their high density zoning in their suburbs.”

States rely on federal transportation money to fix local streets and highways.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge told USA Today in April, “The result of this sort of investment will be critical to increasing housing options for low- and moderate-income families.”

The establishment media seems very much for the radical-left plan, articulating the destruction of local rule as follows:

A house with a white picket fence and a big backyard for a Fourth of July barbecue may be a staple of the American dream, but experts and local politicians say multifamily zoning is key to combating climate change, racial injustice and the nation’s growing affordable housing crisis.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Vintage Agenda 21, of course. I thought one of the best things Trump did was eliminate that policy. Naturally, the Puppetmasters want to reinstate it. High rise apartments surrounded by “rewilded” lands are the ticket. ;/ Thanks for posting this and for all your good work, Patrick.

Buck Fiden

The placing of Section 8 housing in every neighborhood was one of Saint Braack’s great achievements. Now everyone can be part of the Urban Experience of loud fights, loud music, and a little gunfire. Add in the instructional visuals of hookers strolling your streets, and the doped out users looking for something to steal and it’s paradise.

Olga Kramar

I lived in a reasonably nice, ethnically diverse, older subdivision in Houston. Then despite best efforts to prevent it, a huge section 8 housing development was build adjacent. Next thing you know, I have a police chase down my cul-de-sac ending with a perp on the ground yelling “don’t tase me bro”. Group home with a dozen resident cars parked along the street. Creep in hoodie following me on a dog walk. Lucky to have sold my house with only a moderate loss, before the neighborhood deteriorated even more.


Good neighborhoods do change when the undesirables start moving in. But that’s what the controllers want. Every residential neighborhood to be a war zone overrun by WOKE people. I thank God for every minute I’m not forced to live with them.


And I doubt that people will receive just compensation for having their homes torn down or their land taken. The single family homes I see in most neighborhoods have a lot size of less than a half of an acre.


If they really wanted to “combat climate change” they would be getting the Molten Salt Reactors manufactured.
So its not about GW/CC, its about extracting $$$ from the Little People & buying votes with that money, while making themselves rich.


Lies as truths bought to you from the first Totalitarian government in the USA.

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combating racial injustice…! What a load of ****!

Mike Cain

When is everyone gonna wake up?!!


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The millionaire politicians pushing this crap should lead by example: plow under their mansions and estates and build lotsa Section 8 housing for their new friends pouring over the southern border.


Federalize? Secession is the only way out of this madness.


The good news is I won’t have to travel to Mpls for my next purge-vacation. Lock and load.