Category Archives: Lesson Three

LESSON 3: Wildlands Project

Country BarnThis is the third lesson in a series of ten lessons on Agenda 21, commonly known as Sustainable Development. Today you will learn…

How Sustainable Development Policies Will Force Citizens Off of the Rural Lands.

“Land, because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlement, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market.  Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes. Social justice, urban renewal and development, the provision of decent dwellings-and healthy conditions for people can only be achieved if land is used in the interest of society as a whole.” The preamble to The Vancouver Action Plan approved at Habitat: United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (31 May to 11 June 1976). Continue reading

Mahoning County farmers fight eminent domain for bike trail

Property Rights are the cornerstone of personal liberty in America. Without them We the People would simply be serfs. The loss of personal property rights is a key goal of those advancing Agenda 21. Remember this as you read this article, which highlights the horrible process that is being used all across America to advance a massive network of bike paths.

Below is a list of the wrong-headed ways the land for this bike path is being procured and its impact on the land owners, taxpayers in general, and the Constitution.

            1. The property owners, if they lose this lawsuit, will lose their property rights, privacy, personal security, and legal fees.

            2. Without asking the taxpayers, if they approve of this board’s actions, the purchase of the land for the bike path will be paid for by taxpayer dollar.

3. The officials, who are promoting this, are unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats. If you do not like what they are doing, you have no direct recourse such as voting them out.

            4. 80% of the money being used to buy the land is money being diverted from the Federal Highway Fund. The success of our economy hinges on adequate, well-maintained highways not on the existence of bike paths.

            5.  The land for the bike path would be taken through eminent domain. Eminent domain should be used only in an effort to create significant economic good for society-not for recreation, as is the obvious reason in this case.

            Bike paths are great, but only IF the bike paths are paid for AND maintained with private funds AND the land is purchased without the use of eminent domain.

To read the entire article click on this link.

Ohio bill would limit unelected officials from taking private land for recreational trails

All across America unelected bureaucrats are using eminent domain to take land from our citizens in order to build recreational trails/bike paths. For a clear and concise list why this is so terribly wrong for the property owners, taxpayers and our Constitution, read Mahoning County farmers fight eminent domain for bike trail.

Fortunately for property-rights-loving citizens in Ohio, State Representatives Don Manning, R-New Middletown, and Steve Hambley, R-Brunswick have introduced House Bill 476, which would restrict unelected government officials from using eminent domain to take private property. The solution would give property owners the right to involve their ELECTED officials in the final decision making process, which should ALWAYS be the case.

If you live in Ohio please put some wind at the backs of these fine men by sending them a support email or phone call. If you do not live in Ohio, you might want to educate your state legislator by sending this article to them.

To read the entire article, click on this link.

EPA repeals 2015 Rule Defining “Waters of the United States”

To advance United Nations Agenda for the 21st Century/Agenda 2030/Green New Deal and to implement socialism it is critical to prevent private property ownership for all (except the elite). Regulations, which require no action by Congress, are one of the favorite ways to accomplish this.

The Obama Administration in 2015 expanded the 1972 Clean Water Act by adding to it the “Waters of the United States” rule (WOTUS). The Waters of the United States rule greatly expanded the amount of land which would fall under the control of the EPA. For example under these rules even small depressions, which held water only for a short period of time, could be regulated. Worse, the area around the “mud puddle” would also be regulated.

To read how this bad set of rules is being over turned and replaced, click on this link.

Trump Administration Announces One National Program Rule on Federal Preemption of State Fuel Economy Standards

Remember one of the many things that must be accomplished to complete the globalist agenda, is limiting our ability to travel far and wide and independently. The Progressives desperately want to restrict our travel options to the use of mass transit, bicycles, and walking. Where and how far mass transit can travel can be controlled by the elite, while walking and bicycling by their very nature restricts distance travelled. This is just one example of how the elite will gain control over the masses-but first Americans must be separated from their cars.

Anything that makes car ownership difficult will advance this goal. Likely the most important factor affecting car ownership is price. Anything that drives up price negatively affects car ownership and advances the “war on cars”.

To read why California’s emissions standards are bad for the entire nation, including Californians, click on this link.

Supreme Court ruling confirms property rights aren’t second class rights

Two of the most fearful words a property owner will hear are “eminent domain”.

Eminent domain is the right of a government or its agent to expropriate private property for public use, with payment of compensation. Notice the definition does not include “fair” payment of compensation.

So what can a landowner do, if they feel they have not received fair compensation? Up until this Supreme Court decision not much. To read more about this property rights victory, click on this link.

“Wind Farms Make The Rich Even Richer!” – Tucker Carlson Tonight

To read how wind farms make losers out of the environment, property rights, and the deficit, while benefiting the rich investor click on this link.

Note: Getting rich is a good thing as long as those with the rich interact also get a positive outcome.

Matt Thompson story: U.S. cattle feeder fears power of sustainability groups

The Progressives are rather brilliant in their vicious tactics. When the peace-love-dove-hippy movement did not make a great enough political impact from without, the leaders of the movement embedded themselves in the government to change it from within. This strategy works on all level of society. If the Progressives do not like something, they infiltrate it and take it over. That appears to be what is happening in our beef industry.

It is common knowledge cattle release carbon dioxide and methane. Both gases are responsible, if you are to believe the Greenies, for the ultimate death of our environment. So all the Greenies have to do to fix this problem is to pretend they want to help the cattleman save the environment, then infiltrate the cattle organizations and regulate the cattleman into bankruptcy. This tactic will give a whole new meaning to the old Wendy’s commercial where the old lady cries, “Where’s the beef?” (And eventually “Where are the pork, chicken, lamb, my pet dog, cat, and horse because, as sure as the sun will come up tomorrow, they are the next to be in the cross hairs of the Greenies). To read more click on this link.

Trump Pardons Ranchers Who Inspired Armed Stand Off

Neither Communists nor Socialists believe in property rights. Neither do extreme environmentalists believe in property rights although for a different reason. Extreme environmentalists believe the ‘average Joe’ could not possibly know how to protect the land, so ‘average Joe’ should not be allowed to own land. Hence, the creation of the Wildlands Project (see Lesson 2 at with it goal to force citizens off of the land and into “human settlements” where they can be contained and controlled. The more land the federal (and state and local) government controls, the closer to fruition will be the Wildlands Project.

This is why the final outcome to the 2016 41 day stand-off between Ammon Bundy and his supporters and the Bureau of Land Management on a Oregon Wildlife Reserve is so very important. To be reminded of the facts of the two plus year saga and to celebrate the win for property rights (and slap-down to the Wildlands Project) watch this short video by clicking on this link.

Economic Freedom of the World Report

Property rights have a direct and significant bearing on economic freedom/prosperity. When property rights are strong within a nation the likelihood of prosperity for its citizens is much greater. This report, created by the Frasier Institute, actually states “Protection of persons and their rightfully acquired property is a central element of both economic freedom and civil society. Indeed, it is the most important function of government.” For this reason it is encouraging to know the economic freedom for the United States, which had been in decline during the last decade, made a halt in 2017 under the guidance of the Trump administration. However it is also important to know the United States is not in the top ten most economically free countries as it once was. To read this informative report, click on this link.