Communication for Sustainable Development

Cherry Hill Area Tea Party Presents "Sustainability: Can You Afford Its Price Tag?"

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Cherry Hill Area Tea Party (CHATP) to host January presentation on Sustainable Development and how it affects the future of all citizens, communities and businesses in America.
Sustainable Development programs are popping up in communities across the country. Without casting a single vote, Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike, will forever be affected by the government programs being adopted by state and local politicians. On January 12, 2012, speaker John Anthony, will detail how these plans will affect the rights of individuals, businesses, and communities.

A former teacher in the Philadelphia School System, John Anthony left academia to take on the role of Director of Sales and Marketing at Paul Mitchell Systems. After his success as a marketing executive, he founded Corporate Measures Consulting, a leadership development firm in 1989. In addition, he is a public speaker, advocating the preservation of citizens' rights under the Constitution of the United States.

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, named a "Silver Certified Community" by the state, is among area towns that have applied for and accepted federal funds in exchange for implementing laws and regulations on its citizens based on the principles outlined in the Sustainability Development Agenda.

Evesham Township is the latest community in South Jersey to apply for Sustainability federal grants in exchange for imposing mandated projects. Three levels of certification are offered to cities and towns in New Jersey, based on how many of the regulations are implemented. Select companies, such as Walmart, sponsor these projects.

To qualify to receive these funds, towns are required to meet certain goals, which are named in the "Sustainable Jersey" plans. Citizens may be unaware that these regulations were originally created by a worldwide action plan at the UN Rio Earth Summit in 1992, which concluded that developed nations, such as the United States, were responsible for global warming and poverty, which in turn created an unsustainable planet. The solution was to limit property ownership and growth in the US, and transfer consumer wealth to developing nations. The perfect vehicle to achieve this ultimate global goal was created in Sustainability.

Cherry Hill Area Tea Party is funded solely by citizen volunteers and runs on contributions alone. A donation of $10.00 per person will be required for this particular event.

The Cherry Hill Area Tea Party is a non-partisan, grassroots organization of residents of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and surrounding communities. Its mission is to preserve the Constitutional rights of United States citizens by limiting government, constraining spending and taxation, and advancing a free market economy. The organization encourages current and prospective, elected officials to promote individual liberty and to serve the citizenry with the utmost virtue, ethics, and accountability. .

Event Details
When: Thursday January 12, 2012, 7 PM
Where: Open Door Alliance Church
904 Cooper Road, Voorhees, NJ (Near Evesham Rd Intersection)
Admission: Donation $10 Per Person

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