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Tyranny in Florida: Seven 50 Exposed

We recently interviewed American Coalition 4 Property Rights on the extreme violations of the Constitution dealing with property and civil rights happening all over our nation. You can watch the interview here:

Please take the time to visit their website, get informed and sign the petition to stop this violation of liberty.

Andre’ Duany is demanding the power to usurp our free speech and our representative government with a tyrannical form of government in Florida that will dictate every aspect of our future lives. He intends to establish a fascist form of government in our state to bypass our individual voices. Duany clearly states he wants to eliminate public meetings to start Seven 50 in Florida, then the United States and then the United Nations.

Here is a run down of statements made by this organization:

1. “Cities are less important.
Only Mega-Regions are important.”
2. “We need to transcend local control.”
3. “We need to stop having public meetings.
Just get on with the plan.”
4. “We only need 4 people to make the decisions.” ‘
5. “Top-down Federal government is best. Bottom
up: local officials?—everybody
talks about nothing forever. WE (Seven 50),
decides who makes what decision
and when, and then download to others later.”
6. “Those who seceded from us—we will crush you.”
7. “Miami and Cuba should become a sister-state.”
 8. “We are passing Code Pink. It allows people to act, to reduce red tape. To be in a
“free zone.”
9. “Miami needs to become South America. This is the one area where we will
dominate. We could throw an election.”
10. “Everything must be planned, NOT TO THE CONVENIENCE OF LAND
OWNERSHIP.”
 11. “Say what you will about Fascism…it is efficient.”

Watch here:

Who is Andrés Duany?

He (born September 7, 1949) is an American architect and urban planner.
 
Duany was born in New York City but grew up in Cuba until 1960. He attended The Choate School
(now Choate Rosemary Hall) and received his undergraduate degree in architecture and urban planning
from Princeton University. After a year of study at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, he received a
master’s degree in architecture from the Yale School of Architecture.
 
In 1977, Duany was co-founder of the Miami firm Arquitectonica, with his wife, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk,
Bernardo Fort-Brescia, Laurinda Hope Spear, and Hervin Romney. Arquitectonica became famous for
its signature style, a dramatic, expressive ‘high tech’ modernism. The firm’s Atlantis Condominium was
featured prominently in the opening credits of “Miami Vice.”
 
Duany and Plater-Zyberk founded Duany Plater Zyberk & Company (DPZ) in 1980, headquartered in
Miami, Florida. DPZ became a leader in the national movement called the New Urbanism, which 
seeks to end suburban sprawl and urban disinvestment. The firm first received international
 recognition in the 1980s as the designer of Seaside, Florida and Kentlands, Maryland, and has completed designs and codes for over two hundred new towns, regional plans, and community revitalization projects. At DPZ, Duany also led the development of comprehensive municipal zoning ordinances that prescribe appropriate urban arrangement for all uses and all densities.
 
Duany is a co-founder and emeritus board member of the Congress for the New Urbanism, established in 1993. He has co-authored two books: “Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream” and “The New Civic Art.” Duany has worked as visiting professor at many institutions and holds two honorary doctorates.
 
He also helped design Cornell, a community in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
 
In 2001, he and Plater-Zyberk were awarded the Vincent Scully Prize by the National Building Museum in recognition of their contributions to the American built environment.
 
He was featured in the Canadian documentary Radiant City (2006) on suburban sprawl.
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