Ordinance 6093 was like an ambush attack.This ordinance seemed to pop out of nowhere in late November 2018 (after the October 2018 city council election).
The prime sponsor for ordinance 6093, ran for the Fairbanks City Council for the first time in October 2018 and won. But the Sep. 21, 2018 Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in-depth article about this candidate, did not say anything about a plan to introduce a monumental ordinance like 6093. This is because hardly anyone knew about such a seemingly secret plan. This candidate had arrived in Fairbanks recently, in 2016.
Anchorage - similar ordinanceAnchorage on the other hand, had 3 years to think about a similar ordinance.
I believe thousands of dollars are being pumped into Fairbanks from powerful outside interests to hypnotize the people of Fairbanks, with a barrage of radio ads, to lure them into passively submitting to this freedom-robbing ordinance (6093).
The radio ad, put out by the “Gill Foundation” starts out with soft background music and starts out by saying:
“As humans, we ask ourselves all kinds of questions. But what if we were forced to ask ourselves a question, every day, that affected the outcome of the most basic things. The most important things in our lives. The question is, what is your sexual orientation or gender identity?”
At another point the ad says:
“The answer is the difference between receiving medical treatment or not.”
I have never heard of someone being denied medical treatment because of their sexual orientation. I think the radio ad is very misleading.
This ad started playing on the radio in Fairbanks, in November or December of 2018.
It seemed to me, to be carefully coordinated with the sudden and unexpected introduction of the sweeping anti-discrimination ordinance (6093). This ordinance seemed to spring out of nowhere on Dec. 10, 2018. It seemed like a carefully planned ambush.
Ordinance 6093 was passed on Feb. 25, 2019 by a 4 to 2 vote of the Fairbanks City Council.
|Fairbanks City Council vote for Ordinance No. 6093 on Feb. 25, 2019|
|Council member name||SEAT||YES|
|Katherine Ottersten||D||Y||Prime sponsor|
But many people felt that the people of Fairbanks should have the right to vote on such an ordinance before being subjugated by it.
The present city mayor agreed, and vetoed it on March 1, 2019 so as to give the people more time to review it and have a chance to vote on it.
The 4 original left-leaning proponents of ordinance 6093 launched an all-out effort to override the veto, but fell one vote short (5 votes were needed).There are 4 people running for Fairbanks city mayor. The 2 main front runners are the incumbent Mayor Jim Matherly and challenger Kathryn Dodge. Also running for mayor are Frank Turney and Lakesha Jordan.
All that is needed to accomplish the master plan of subjugating Fairbanks beneath ordinance 6093 is to get Kathryn Dodge elected as mayor. She favors ordinance 6093 and would not have vetoed it.
(If a similar ordinance is introduced after the October 1 city election, it would probably have a different number than “6093”.)
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