When elected officials agree to serve, they should expect to be held accountable by their constituents.
That’s what Paula Tyler, a local concerned Christian, is doing.
And will continue to do.
But she’s taking it a step further, invoking divine intervention for elected representatives.
And the Sequoyah County Commissioners are among those for which she and her associates are praying.
Tyler and members of an unnamed organization have been reaching out to area county commissioners, educating them about President Biden’s 30 by 30, or 30×30, conservation goal, which she claims is a land grab.
Last Monday, Tyler brought her message to the Sequoyah County Commissioners weekly meeting.
Tyler, accompanied by an unidentified woman, told the commissioners that the initiative is being pursued by globalists who aim to exercise control over citizens through the development of “smart cities.”
She believes conservation measures are a smokescreen for the government to gain control over water rights and all lands, including privately-owned properties, with the aim of manipulating the population by 2030.
Conservation groups, meanwhile, have widely embraced Biden’s 30×30 goal to conserve 30% of American lands and waters by 2030.
Tyler told the commissioners that several area counties, including Muskogee and Rogers, have already passed resolutions to thwart a 30×30 land grab. But Tyler added that as many as 14 counties have yet to impose restrictions on what she says is an alarming development.
According to Tyler, globalists are aggressively seizing control of land under the guise of “infrastructure development” for projects such as apartment complexes, and walking and biking trails. She asserts that the government’s agenda is to compel people to relocate to urban areas and relinquish their private modes of transportation, all in the name of addressing climate change. Tyler insists that this forced urbanization is not confined to the United States, but is a global phenomenon. She characterizes the conservation agenda as one that seeks to coerce people into urban living and control every aspect of citizens’ lives, from their purchasing habits to recreational activities and employment. She referred to this concept as “15-minute” cities, where everyone is meant to be within a 15-minute radius of work, school and stores.
Furthermore, Tyler alleged that the trend is already underway in major cities like Oklahoma City and Tulsa, where the government has deployed surveillance cameras purportedly for crime prevention, vehicle recovery and locating missing persons. However, she claims that such cameras are actually being used to exert control over the population.
Tyler concluded her remarks to the commissioners by emphasizing the significance of decisions made by local commissions. She also said a representative from her organization intends to attend future county commissioners meetings whenever possible to continue educating the public and to offer prayers for county leaders to act in accordance with “His will and purpose,” and to ensure the safety of all citizens.
In response to Tyler’s concerns, District 3 Commissioner Jim Rogers affirmed that Sequoyah County is aware of the 30×30 situation, and is closely monitoring it. He also asserted that nearly every county in the state is poised to oppose the 30×30 plan.