[LFC Comments: Lake County already has an Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing non-profit. Here is a link to their website. https://fhrc.org/about-us/our-team/
We will never forget the first time we heard Patricia Kidd, Executive Director of Lake County AFFH, speak at Lakeland Community College about Lake County’s problems with AFFH. The fact that Lake County is 93% white means that we do not meet their definition of diversity, and she would like to see Lake County have the same diversity of population as Shaker Heights. This article will tell you how the federal government will achieve this leftist / communist agenda.
So they will tax out of our homes by the ever increasing property taxes, or they will tax out of our homes so they can send more money to the inner cities. Home ownership is just an illusion.
Please read this article by Stanley Kurz and learn what is in store for your community. The Mark Levin video are also not to be missed.]
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Article
For your convenience, the following introduction by Stanley Kurtz, Harvard PHD is followed by a short video by John Anthony.
It’s difficult to say what’s more striking about President Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) regulation: its breathtaking radicalism, the refusal of the press to cover it, or its potential political ramifications.
The plan has three elements:
1) Inhibit suburban growth, and when possible encourage suburban re-migration to cities. This can be achieved, for example, through regional growth boundaries (as in Portland), or by relative neglect of highway-building and repair in favor of public transportation.
2) Force the urban poor into the suburbs through the imposition of low-income housing quotas.
3) Institute “regional tax-base sharing,” where a state forces upper-middle-class suburbs to transfer tax revenue to nearby cities and less-well-off inner-ring suburbs (as in Minneapolis/St. Paul).
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Mark Levin interview:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj-lGiZAImY part 1