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Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?

 
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Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
Wiki says, "Their (HOAs) growth were limited, however, until the 1960s, when several factors led to a period of rapid national growth, including, a push towards large scale residential development by the Federal Housing Authority and the Urban Land Institute. HOAs governed 24.8 million American homes and 62 million residents in 2010. That's a signification number of people.

Do you think that the government invested/funded the beginning of HOAs to get people accustomed to being told how they can live?

The people essentially become desensitized to tyranny and accept it like it's nothing.
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Some scholars and the AARP charge that in a variety of ways HOAs suppress the rights of their residents. Due to their nature as a non-governmental entity, HOA boards of directors are not bound by constitutional restrictions on governments, although they are essentially a de facto level of government.

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Wiki says, "Their (HOAs) growth were limited, however, until the 1960s, when several factors led to a period of rapid national growth, including, a push towards large scale residential development by the Federal Housing Authority and the Urban Land Institute. HOAs governed 24.8 million American homes and 62 million residents in 2010. That's a signification number of people.

Do you think that the government invested/funded the beginning of HOAs to get people accustomed to being told how they can live?

The people essentially become desensitized to tyranny and accept it like it's nothing.
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Interesting theory. I could see that. But more likely it was to infest everywhere with surveillance. The people in my stinky little town who participate in bullying and spying on their neighbors all fly the red, white and blue. Or you can tell them by all the deer stag fraternity Masonic shit. The head of my HOA flies the flag. And has a big eagle on the front of his house. There has been a lot of suspicious stuff gone on here since I came 4years ago. Especially with children, and its possible the gov owns condos and Townhomes where they can "experiment" with kids. Many of the kids here seem like foster kids (don't look like the parents) and behave strangely. After I saw what looked like an unconscious kid in the passenger seat of a neighbors car (twice) and tried to tell police, they ignored me and my life went to shit. I guess they wanted me to leave the area but I couldn't because they wouldn't let me get a job. They still do that crap... All the little girls play in tents on the commons. I don't know. I think I stumbled onto somebody's operation, and got punished not because I saw it, but because I tried to tell police. Even local law enforcement now can listen to your calls and read your emails, through that stingray thing the d h s gave them. So they made my life miserable with their little fraternal network for a while. I wouldn't be surprised if they had one or two contacts at my HOA.
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Addendum: My HOA president, who lives four doors down from me, is ex-mil and acts like it. His wife never shows herself or talks to anyone. His partner on crime, the treasurer, a realtor, used to vulture all the real estate transactions at the complex, even though its against the spirit of the HOA by laws to use positions for personal advantage. After I praised her on Facebook for being so active in this, she stopped doing it... XD

Same person is a loud mouthed politically active republican who patrols the hood and is probably the cop liaison. A white haired old snitch.
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06/02/2014 08:16 AM
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HOA's protect he value. LoL
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Re: Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
HOAs make sure the old US "live and let live" way of living is eradicated.

All the latent fascists dive for the positions so they can control everything in their sight.

George Zimmerman being the epic example. Reporting garage doors open, etc. and being a royal pain in the butt under the guise of "helping the community".

I would never live in another HOA community given the opportunity. You would think builders would give people some communities without the HOAs for those who prefer not to live under this control, but they don't, so yes there is a control reason/agenda.
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Re: Were HOAs (Homeowner Associations) pushed by the Fed. Gov. to desensitize people to tyranny?
I think some people just naturally want to control other people as much as they can get away with, and those are the ones who like to write a bunch of rules and get into positions where they can enforce them.

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