Tom DeWeese of the American Policy Center has been fighting against Agenda 21 policies for over two decades. He has just written his first political thriller, Erase, which as you might suspect incorporates many of the aspects of Agenda 21 into the plot. To read more about the book, please click on this link.
The EPA has yet again created another rule, the Clean Power Rule, to cripple, through excessive regulations, the coal industry. 27 states and a number of trade groups attempted to obtain a stay to prevent the EPA from implementing these regulations. To learn whether those in opposition to this new EPA rule were successful and to learn more about these regulations which, as sure as the sun will come up tomorrow, will increase the cost of your electricity, click on this link.
To learn exactly how these regulations affect your state use this user-friendly interactive map by clicking on this link.
Alongside the Agenda 21/sustainable development world being created by the extreme Socialists and Communists on the far Left is a parallel universe. This parallel universe is also being driven by Progressives-people who understand that the goals they wish to achieve may take generations. Like the Progressives on the extreme Left these folks will do virtually anything to achieve ultimate victory. Finally, like the Progressives on the extreme Left, these people wish to take control of all the people on the Earth and all of their behaviors. These people are the Muslims around the world who are committed to the Jihad.
We who understand Agenda 21 know that it is critical for the developed countries, especially the United States, to be weakened financially, culturally, and militarily in order to make them less able to defend themselves from internal and external forces. Once this is accomplished, it is much easier to create a new Global Order. If you are a fan of a One World Order, this actually makes sense.
What doesn’t make sense is where the Islamic Terrorists fit into this. Certainly Islamic terrorism aids in destabilizing the world, which in turn should hasten the creation of a New Global Order, but who in their right mind actually believes that the Muslim world will “play nice” within this new global framework? While the global elite of the world are pushing for a New World Order based on sustainable development, the Islamic terrorists, as shown by the articles and videos provided in this newsletter, are committed to the destruction of the Western civilization and the creation of a World Order based on shari’ah law. These two philosophies, one where we will live barely subsistent lives in order to protect the environment and one where we will be forced to convert to Islam (or perhaps part ways with our head), are mutually exclusive. Who will win? Hopefully neither, but that depends on whether we, the American people, educate ourselves, not just about Agenda 21, but also on the tenets of Islam. We cannot protect ourselves from that which we do not understand. Nor can we protect ourselves simply by knowing where the threats lie. We must use whatever resources we have available to push back against both of these ideologies that pose such awful threats to our culture, liberty, and our lives.
All that said, the immigration of Muslims into Europe and elsewhere is not immigration. It is invasion. The Muslim term for this type of immigration/invasion is Hijra. The goal of Hijra is to subvert and subdue non-Muslim societies and pave the way for the eventual, total Islamization of the host society.
If you have any doubt of this, please watch this shocking 19 minute video by clicking on this link.
Closing roads is a very effective way to advance the Wildlands Project.
In Mesa Verde County in Colorado, the Bureau of Land Management (under direction of the Federal Executive Branch) is closing over 600 miles of public roads in spite of strong push back from citizens, local government, and the strong possibility that the agency is not following either state or federal law.
In this article, the agency, after some initial efforts to get the locals to go along, simply forces the local governments to submit; leaving the only recourse for the local government expensive time-consuming litigation, and the citizens without critical roads. This is an example of how, as the federal government grows, the Feds can reduce the effectiveness of local government preventing it from protecting its rural citizens from federal abuse.
One more comment, remember road closures prevent economic activity by those who wish to harvest the resources on and under the ground. Every time Bambi wins, economic activity of our natural resources, coal, oil, oil shale, natural gas, minerals, trees, etc. is stifled. Without strong economic activity, we cannot be a prosperous nation.
To read this article, click on this link.
In November (2014) the legislators in Washington D.C., both old and new, were given a mandate to stop the left’s redistributive and green agenda. Now that the lame duck session is over, it is time for the Republicans to get to work.
On January 21, 2015 the work began. The Senate Republicans, through a series of amendments revolving around the Keystone Pipeline legislation, eventually voted to agree the climate was changing, but would not be maneuvered into saying that the change was being driven by man’s activity.
To read more about the tricky maneuvering used to sidestep the left’s attempt to legitimatize Climate Change, follow this link.
NOTE: Remember, President Bush the Elder, a Republican, signed the treaty Agenda for the 21st Century (aka Agenda 21). While we must be happy the Republicans this time resisted the efforts to blame man for climate change, we must stay vigilant to keep the Republican Party consistent in its efforts to resist sustainable development policies.
Missouri Representative Mike Moon appears unwilling to allow the veto last year by the Missouri governor of a bill to stop property right infringement through the use of Agenda 21 policies to remain unchallenged. On December 12, 2014, Representative Moon introduced House Bill 216. While currently not on the House of Representative calendar, we must hope for its further advancement, as what happens in other states affects our own. To learn more click on this link.
Thirty-one percent of our nation’s land is owned by the federal government while 63.9 percent of the land in Utah is owned by the federal government. This prompted Utah to pass in 2012 a bill to attempt to force the federal government to return to the state control of over 20 million of its acres-by December 31, 2014-along with the ability of the state to garner economic activity from the land and the minerals under the land. It is a state vs. federal rights issue with serious implications for the several other western states that find themselves in the same predicament. This situation will not resolve quickly-if at all-but bears watching.
To read the actual bill click on this link.
To read a brief (1 page) informative legal overview of the issue, click on this link.
To read a series of talking points that explains, among other things, why certain states after statehood managed to force the feds to give them ownership of their own land, while others, like Utah, did not, click on this link.
Yet another solar project is in financial trouble. The renewable energy giant, NRG, and Google borrowed $1,600,000,000 ($1.6 billion) from the federal government to build a solar power facility in the Mojave Desert called Ivanpah. Since its start-up in December of last year (2014), the facility has only produced a little over 25% of the predicted electricity. Now the company wants to receive a grant (read that as your tax dollars) for $539,000,000 ($539 million) to pay off their federal loan with your money so that they do not have to use their own money.
This story is emblematic of all that is wrong with sustainable development policies because it contains so many of the typical green-scheme-gone wrong-elements such as 1)faulty data was used to predict an outcome (think Climate Change Model) , 2)crony capitalism was used to acquire a sweet deal from the federal government, 3) taxpayer dollars (aka grant money) are being used to reward a private company for poor performance, and 4)controversy over whether an environmental initiative actually helps the environment. For example in this case is the carbon footprint reduced enough by using solar energy to justify the death-by-frying of thousands of birds caught up in the intense rays of the solar facility? (Of course we know the carbon controversy is in itself a scam meaning the birds are being sacrificed for no good reason.)
To learn more about this latest green-scheme fiasco, click on this link.