Agenda 21 Alert: Monumental Sacrifice
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By Cassandra Anderson
April 23, 2010

Last week Obama launched America's Great Outdoors Initiative. His description of the initiative fits the Agenda 21 Sustainable Development plan to remove humans from 50% of America's landscape, also known as the Wildlands Project, a United Nations program. The federal government already owns 30% of American land and manage much of the rest with their regulations that include restrictions on resources like water (the California Delta is a stunning example of this), oil, grazing rights, mining and timber. This control is imposed on state and private lands, despite Constitutional prohibition.

Here is an excellent description of the Wildlands Project by Dr. Michael Coffman, PhD of Environmental Perspectives:

Legal expert Michael Shaw said that there is no authorization for the various federal forest ownership or contemporary Wildlands bills that have been passed by Congress.  Additionally, he said that the courts have enabled massive legislative takings of property use.

"There is NO Constitutional authority for Congressional land management!  In fact, it is a violation of Article 1 Section 8, which states that the federal government is limited to: "Authority over all places purchased by consent of the legislature of the State in which the same shall be, for Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, Dock-Yards and other needful buildings."  There is no mention of the Department of Interior or 'Wildlands' management!"  Obama's announcement tells us that this bill is the Wildlands Project in certain key phrases about "connecting wildlife migration corridors", and encouraging the "sustainable" use of private land.

Senator Jim DeMint publicized a document last month that had been leaked from within the Department of Interior (DOI), exposing a federal land grab of over 10 million acres in the West.  He said that the feds plan an end run to implement this next "change" by using the Antiquities Act, a law passed by Teddy Roosevelt (Obama's favorite president), that allows the President to restrict the use of public land "owned" by the federal government, thereby avoiding the time consuming and pesky legislative process, not to mention public outrage.  The Antiquities Act arose out of concern over protecting prehistoric Indian artifacts.  National Monuments can be declared by the President without approval from Congress.  DeMint proposed stopping the aggressive land grab by the DOI, but the proposal was voted down.  Private property ownership is America's primary base of wealth and liberty.

By the way, only 6% of America's landmass is developed and only 3% is urban. Most Americans (77%) live in urban areas.

Obama's announcement of his "Great Outdoors Initiative" is worded in Orwellian doublespeak feel-good language, under the banner of environmentalism and stopping global warming, but its effects will be a job killer and will rob American landowners of their property.  Obama has enlisted 4 federal agents to "spearhead" this land grab campaign:

  1. Department of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar ( DOI sub-agencies include: Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation (water), National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife, etc). This agency is responsible for listing Endangered Species.
  2. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsak (DOA sub-agencies include: US Forest Service, US Rural Development, etc).
  3. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson (the EPA is embroiled in implementing massive global warming reduction regulations- the proposed regulations are described in an 18,000 page document). 
  4. White House Council on Environmental Quality chair Nancy Sutley (this agency is about stopping global warming, which is fraudulent, and preserving ecosystems- that means locking up land and resources by way of the Endangered Species Act, which is beyond corrupt). 

With so many federal agencies orchestrating this land grab, there will be many contingency plans.

We believe that the 'Great Outdoors Initiative' is greater in scope than the 10 million acres land grab that Senator DeMint railed against. In fact, there are plans underway to lock-up land nationwide by various means described in the flash presentation, which covers the methods region by region, by Dr. Michael Coffman here. 

Because Obama can't carry out this theft on his own, he is forming coalitions with uneducated state and local government officials, non- governmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector. The private sector will include Public- Private Partnerships which is when the government partners with a money partner and enforces regulations and benefits so that the money partner can enjoy profits. 

In an ABC News story about Obama's 'Great Outdoors Initiative', it says that the first meeting will be held in Los Angeles, but the link only led back to ABC News. Interestingly, there is a meeting, scheduled for April 26- 28 in Los Angeles, which may be unrelated, but does include an "impressive" list of speakers:

  • Martina Aufiero
    Vice President, Principal Strategic Investments, Goldman Sachs
  • Howard Berman
    Congressman, State of California; Chairman, House Foreign Affairs Committee
  • John Bohn
    Commissioner, California Public Utilities Commission
  • Daniel Braun
    Managing Director, Head of Carbon Trading, Knight Capital Group, Inc.
  • Eric Cantor
    Congressman, State of Virginia; House Republican Whip
  • Robert Dove
    Managing Director, The Carlyle Group
  • Jim Doyle
    Governor, State of Wisconsin
  • Carly Fiorina
    Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate, California; former CEO, Hewlett-Packard
  • Steve Forbes
    Chairman and CEO, Forbes Media; Editor-in-Chief, Forbes
  • Vicente Fox
    Former President, Mexico
  • Michael Froman
    Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs, White House
  • Brian Grazer
    Producer and Partner, Imagine Entertainment
  • Margaret Hamburg
    Commissioner, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Arianna Huffington
    Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post
  • Kevin Johnson
    Mayor, City of Sacramento
  • Hannah Kettler
    Senior Program Officer and Economist, Global Health Policy and Finance, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Michael Klein
    Special Advisor, U.N .World Food Programme
  • Robert Kleine
    Treasurer, State of Michigan
  • Nancy Kopp
    Treasurer, State of Maryland
  • Louis Lévesque
    Deputy Minister of International Trade, Canada
  • Ginger Lew
    Senior Advisor, White House National Economic Council
  • Linda Lingle
    Governor, State of Hawaii
  • Bill Lockyer
    Treasurer, State of California
  • Stephen Manydeeds
    Division Chief, Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior
  • George McCarthy
    Director, Metropolitan Opportunity Unit, Ford Foundation
  • Kevin McGovern
    Chairman and CEO, The Water Initiative
  • Anthony Miller
    Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Education
  • Grace Napolitano
    Congresswoman, State of California
  • Tim Pawlenty
    Governor, State of Minnesota
  • Sumner Redstone
    Executive Chairman, Viacom Inc. and CBS Corp.
  • Lynda Resnick
    Owner, POM Wonderful, FIJI Water and Teleflora
  • Arthur Rubinfeld
    President, Global Development, Starbucks
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Governor, State of California
  • Brian Schweitzer
    Governor, State of Montana
  • Jeb Spaulding
    Treasurer, State of Vermont
  • Michael Steib
    Director of Emerging Platforms and TV Ads, Google
  • Biz Stone
    Co-Founder, Twitter
  • Stella Thomas
    Founder and President, Global Water Fund
  • Matt Tolmach
    President, Columbia Pictures
  • Ted Turner
    Chairman, Turner Enterprises Inc.
  • Andrew von Eschenbach
  • Food and Drug Administration, Senior Director for Strategic Initiatives, Center for Health Transformation; former Commissioner, U.S.
  • James Williamson
    Policy Director, Treasury Department, State of Pennsylvania
  • Matthew Winkler
    Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg News
  • R. James Woolsey
    Venture Partner, VantagePoint Venture Partners; Of Counsel, Goodwin Procter LLP; former Director, Central Intelligence Agency
  • Steve Wynn
    Chairman and CEO, Wynn Resorts

View the entire list of speakers

As you can see, federal, state and local government representatives, financial and investment firms, NGOs, large corporations, military, international interests and the mainstream and entertainment media are included in this conference on globalism.  While the 'Great Outdoors Intiative' may not be the theme of the entire meeting, surely it will generate some consideration.  The event is open to the public, but with the admission price of $4300 per person.  Some of the people speaking at this event may be unaware of the Agenda 21 Sustainable Development plot, and will be used as unwitting tools in the destruction of the American Republic and private property, which is all the more reason to educate everyone you know.

Therefore, it is essential that all government officials become educated about Agenda 21 Sustainable Development, and speak out against it, especially since we do have a chance to vote out those refuse to acknowledge and act against Agenda 21.  Michael Shaw points out that if citizens fail to become aware and take action against Agenda 21, our fate is to accept the globalists destruction of America, which means that people will be sacrificed, surviving as serfs or slaves.  Please visit www.FreedomAdvocates.org for information and free down-loadable documents for government officials.

Thanks to Dr. Michael Coffman of Environmental Perspectives, Inc., www.epi-us.com,  for his dedication, research and knowledge. 

 


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