In Kelo vs New London the Supreme Court "held that economic development was a “public use” under the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution."
What this means is that a development corporation can use their power to declare an area for public use and promote economic development to take private property. Economic development, urban renewal, comprehensive planning, and sustainable development are often interchanged terms used by Agenda 21. But they all mean taking control over private property and transforming cities into human settlements.
Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) in Boise is the counterpart to the New London Development Corporation in the story. Development corporations are given power to make decisions about city planning without public input. Although this article is from California it outlines the dangers of development corporations and another explanation from The Post Sustainability Institute. Among other activities these corporations:
Take a few minutes and look at the CCDC projects that are in line with the development of human settlements.
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