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“HUD’s revolutionary rule change.”

July 30th, 2013 - 12:38 pm

Stanley Kurtz on Obama’s stealth War on Suburbia:

The new HUD rule is really about changing the way Americans live. It is part of a broader suite of initiatives designed to block suburban development, press Americans into hyper-dense cities, and force us out of our cars. Government-mandated ethnic and racial diversification plays a role in this scheme, yet the broader goal is forced “economic integration.” The ultimate vision is to make all neighborhoods more or less alike, turning traditional cities into ultra-dense Manhattans, while making suburbs look more like cities do now. In this centrally-planned utopia, steadily increasing numbers will live cheek-by-jowl in “stack and pack” high-rises close to public transportation, while automobiles fall into relative disuse.

Read the whole thing.

And the next GOP administration — assuming there ever is one — has got to roll this stuff back. No more “ratchet effect” for the vile progs and their vile plans. This is war, and they started it.

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I'm all for dense urban landscapes, but the government doesn't have any role in encouraging them aside from killing zoning bylaws and subsidies to rural dwellers.
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Just from that paragraph it sounds like the utopia that was MegaCity 1 in the recent Dredd movie.
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Agenda 21 coming to a neighborhood near you!
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