Supervisor Skewers Questioners of Agenda 21, Iclei, Sustainability
Kim M., California correspondent
July 6, 2013
“How do you know you’re a redneck? If phrases like smart growth and walkable community make you shudder and reach for your shotgun. Hicks, hillbillies, patriots — the strongest must be battled first, says Sun Tzu. Pepper them like chickens, says General Tsao.” — Adam Hill, San Luis Obispo County Supervisor, 3rd DistrictJust before Independence Day 2013, SLO County Supervisor, Adam Hill, was busy penning an anti-conspiracy/anti-conservative/anti-constituent rant — Agenda 21 and me: A confession (part 1) — aimed at not only only his own constituents, but apparently anyone who dares to question dubious government programs and agendas.
In the rant, Hill cynically reminisces of an imaginary time when he “met Ban Ki-moon at a pagoda in a park in Brooklyn,” from whom he received an “embossed” copy of the United Nation’s “Agenda 21″ program and with which — after being “fully indoctrinated” — he “would meet with clusters of planners, climate scientists, urban buskers, and other cosmopolitan elites with an interest in vivisecting the Constitution in the name of power and new profit centers.”
Another gem from the collection:
“Both of us stroked our Trotskyist chin hair and… [Ban Ki-moon] continued: ‘These citizens, we will seize their immunization records, round them up, and force them into tiny apartments above Laundromats and thrift stores. We will make them surrender their automobiles and their Bibles and their commemorative coins of the Founding Fathers.’”Hill concludes his rant with the following:
“O Dear Reader, this is but the beginning of my confession. There is so much I must still relate. Like: the links to 9/11. Like: the false flag ops of bike month. Such as: Obama’s Martian past. But for now, please begin forgiving me my sins. The backlash has been bringing me so much clarity. Already I have begun to see the unintended benefits of pollution and drought…”No stranger to controversy, Hill has gotten into political hot water in the past with e-mails where he:
* Refers to concerned citizens as the “local fringe;”
* Caused a California Senator to cancel a fundraiser after calling the sponsors “racist” for inviting a politician-impersonating comedian;
* Caused the California Attorney General to include one of Hill’s e-mail attacks in a lawsuit against a county agency.
And that is just the tip of the controversy iceberg.
Hill’s infamous antics also include at least one fake phone call where he impersonated a political rival and his supporters have been accused of poll manipulation.
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