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There’s No Place Like Home – a Fairy Tale

fairy-tale-house-fullby Phyllis Frey

Once upon a time, a man and his wife worked very hard to save enough money for the day that they could build their dream home. That day finally came. The home was built just the way they had always dreamed. Inside, they designed the layout of the rooms and the placement of all the furnishings to perfection. They lived there happily for a few years and one day decided to take an extended vacation. They left the home in the hands of a caretaker and went away, worry-free.

Several months later they came back to their beautiful home. When they went inside, they discovered that the living room had been moved upstairs where the master bedroom had formerly been. And the library was where the kitchen once was. And the kitchen had exchanged places with the family room. Horrified, they asked the caretaker what happened. He said that this was his vision for how he thought they should live.
End of story.

You see, this is what happens when a neighborhood of private homes is replaced by a Sustainable Community. YOU do not get to choose how or where you live. Unelected bureaucrats and Non-Governmental Organizations do. Your locally elected officials no longer have the power to make decisions about the future of your community and you have no say at all. Suddenly your home is being taxed in the extreme in order to pay for the new Sustainable Community. Can’t happen here? It is happening here. And that is why you need to know, so you can make an informed choice to protect your private property ownership rights and retain the right to choose how and where you live.

You might ask, “But how can someone else tell me where to live? And just what is a “Sustainable Community,” anyway?”

That is what I came here to tell you.

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