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Important Meetings In Redlands This Week For Citizen Patriots

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IMPORTANT MEETINGS IN REDLANDS THIS WEEK FOR CITIZEN PATRIOTS

“The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis

While it the Christmas season, there are important meetings this week in Redlands for the holders of “the most important political office,” the private citizens.

It is much easier to be a government subject or a sheep in the government pasture than it is to be a citizen of a constitutional republic.  The latter takes work, time and effort.

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Press Conference by Redlands Townhall, We The People Rising, ACT for America-Corona Chapter and the Redlands Tea Party Patriots

Tuesday, December 15, 12:00, Redlands City Hall, 35 Cajon Street

Regarding the Jihadist terrorist threat to America, the Inland Empire and Redlands, settling “Syrian” “refugees” in Redlands, the risk of “political correctness,” and what our elected officials and private citizens can do.

If you can, please come show your support.

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Redlands City Council meeting
Tuesday, December 15, 6:00, Redlands City Hall, 35 Cajon Street

The public comment session near the beginning of the meeting is a good opportunity to tell your City Council members what you want your government to do or not do.  In previous meetings Citizen Patriots urged the City Council to oppose settling “Syrian” “refugees” in Redlands at least until they can be properly vetted for possible terrorists; opposed high density housing; and opposed SANBAG’s and the City’s plan to run 58 trains per day through Redlands. 

Citizen Patriots urged the City Council to oppose settling “Syrian” “refugees” the night before the San Bernardino terrorist attack on December 2.

We take no pleasure in being right on this one, but last week’s terrorist attack shows the danger.

We can help the supposed “Syrian” “refugees” over there at no risk to Americans and at much lower cost to American taxpayers.  We can help 12-25 people there for the cost of supporting one refugee here with full access to all welfare state entitlements. 

Please join us in urging our City Council to oppose settling Syrian” “refugees Redlands, at least until they can be vetted for possible terrorists.  Please join us in urging our elected officials to put Americans citizens first.
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In addition, the Redlands City Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed new general plan. 

The City of Redlands is updating its General Plan, which will control what gets built and where for the next 20 years.  Many cities in California and across the country are doing so, and they are trying to implement a top-down agenda of high density and low income housing, restricting single family homes, and making it more difficult to drive.  It is the local version of “sustainability” aka “fundamental transformation.”

The City’s and SANBAG’s plan to run formerly 50 and now 58 trains per day through Redlands is part of the “transformation.”  If we do not want Redlands to be “fundamentally transformed” including high density (and low income) housing throughout Redlands, restricting single family homes, trying to force us out of our cars, and restricting traffic for those who still drive so it will take more of our time to drive around Redlands, we the people of Redlands need to be involved in the process.

I asked the question multiple times at general plan meetings “what do we want to change about Redlands?”  I have yet to hear an answer.

It is important the as many citizens as possible tell their City Council and government what they want for the future of Redlands.

To paraphrase Edmund Burke, “The only thing necessary for the “sustainability” agenda to triumph is for good Patriots and citizens to do nothing.”
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For more information re: the proposed general plan, please see:

http://www.redlands2035.org/home.html

http://www.redlands2035.org/library.html

Please also join:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DontFundamentallyTransformRedlands/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/IETransitAlliance/

And the new open discussion page for all issues and things Redlands, “Redlands Community Forum” 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RedlandsCommunityForum/

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Redlands General Plan Steering Committee
Wednesday, December 16, 6:00, U of R, University Club, 1259 E. Colton Ave.

As discussed above the general plan may seem not very interesting, but it is very important to the future of Redlands.

If we do not want Redlands “fundamentally transformed” with high density and low income housing and forcing us out of our cars, We the People need to be involved in the process.

To paraphrase Edmund Burke, “The only thing necessary for the “sustainability” agenda to triumph is for good Patriots and citizens to do nothing.”

Please see the above links for information regarding the new general plan.

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We all have things we would rather do than attend meetings, especially at Christmas time.

However, it would not hurt to remember the events of Christmas 1776. 
https://www.facebook.com/gregory.brittain.94/videos/966267896760688/

Even if you do not agree with us, the Redlands Tea Party Patriots urges all citizens to fulfill the responsibilities of their “most important political office.”

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The Redlands Tea Party Patriots is an all volunteer group of dedicated patriots committed to protecting and restoring the freedom and opportunity for you and your children and grandchildren to pursue the American dream through:

  • Personal Freedom and Constitutionally Limited Government.
  • Economic Freedom with Opportunity for All and Favoritism for None.
  • A Debt-Free Future through Fiscal Responsibility Today

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The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis

We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right.”  Ronald Reagan

I never worry about action, but only inaction.”  Winston Churchill

If there is something about government you don’t like, get together and do something about it.”  Howard Jarvis

It is always too soon to give up.” Pastor Jack Hibbs

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Gregory W. Brittain, Attorney at Law
Redlands Tea Party Patriots Cabinet Member
Unite IE Board Member
707 Brookside Avenue, Redlands, CA 92373
909-335-7335; Fax: 909-335-7337; Cell: 909-327-8813
gb@gbrittainlaw.com|www.gbrittainlaw.com
Greg@RedlandsTeaParty.net | www.RedlandsTeaParty.net | www.UniteIE.com

2 Comments

  1. Gregory Brittain

    Thank you to all of the citizen patriots who turned out tonight. Everyone did great.

    As always, “The most important political office is that of the private citizen.” Justice Louis D. Brandeis

    It appears the Redlands City Council is still unwilling to put protecting Americans first.

    Mayor Foster implied the citizen patriots who have been warning of the dangers of bringing unvetted and unvettable Syrian refugees to Redlands were evil.

    Mayor Foster displayed a stunning lack of understanding of Islamic Jihadist terrorists calling the San Bernardino terrorist attack “senseless.” The terrorist attack was evil but made perfect sense to Muslim Jihadists.

    The famous Chinese general and strategist Sun Tzu admonished us to understand ourselves and the enemy if we want to achieve victory.

    Watch for Grindall61’s videos.

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