Agenda 21 is not the “Bill of Rights”. It is not “The Declaration of Independence”. And it is not the “U.S. Constitution”. It has never been decided on by the American people that “Agenda 21” should be our new bible. Our guiding light into the 21st century. It is being pushed on us by a bunch of self righteous elitist like Nancy Pelosi. It empowers those who agree and indoctrinates those who do not, and you are going to think you are having a bad dream when it comes into your home.
© Bill Wink 2007
AGENDA 21=SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT=WORLD GOVERNMENT=LOSS OF SOVEREIGNTY=NO CONSTITUTION=LOSS OF FREEDOM=NO AMERICA
The Wildlands Project
The Wildlands Project is the plan to eliminate human presence on “at least” 50 percent of the American landscape and to heavily control human activity on most of the rest of American land. Examples of the piece-by-piece implementation of the Wildlands Project include road closings, the policy of breaching dams undertaken by the Clinton administration, and the adoption of United Nations World Heritage Sites — which are systematically being closed to recreational use. “Conservation biologists now agree that protecting isolated pockets of habitat isn’t enough to protect our bears, jaguars, beavers, birds and other wildlife — the only way to protect them is to practice conservation on a continental scale,” announced Wildlands Project Executive Director Leanne Klyza Linck at the Society of Environmental Journalists Conference on September 12, 2003. The most significant tool of the Wildlands Project is the rapidly expanding imposition of habitat “protection” provisions of the Endangered Species Act and various “conservation easements” and direct land acquisitions from battered “willing sellers.”
The Wildlands Project seeks to collectivize all natural resources (e.g. water) and centralize all use decisions under government direction, often implemented through public- private partnerships entered into with government insiders.
Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act
(permanently preserve 300,000 acres along California's northern coast as wilderness)
Is Agenda 21
THE BRBNA IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF OUR GOVERNMENT INSTALLING THE TENETS OF AGENDA 21
How Congressman Mike Thompson (D – St. Helena), Senator Barbara Boxer (D) and Senator Diane Feinstein (D) are responsible for the actions taken to remove people from their homes, close down private recreational sites and close off public lands to any type of transportation except your feet.
They committed these acts when they all colluded to pass The Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act (S. 738) (HR 1501) which would permanently preserve 300,000 acres along California's northern coast as wilderness.
The Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act was introduced in March 2004. The latest major action with this bill occurred on July 21, 2004 when the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests held hearings.
The BLM Lands within the BRBNA (Blue Ridge Berryessa Natural Area) that are proposed for wilderness designation under this bill include:
Blue Ridge Proposed Wilderness (760 acres in Napa County, Ukiah Field Office [FO] of the Bureau of Land Management [BLM]): The Blue Ridge Trail offers an astounding profusion of wildflowers and views as far south as Yosemite and as far north as Mount Shasta. Outstanding winter, spring and fall hiking close to the Bay Area and Sacramento.
Cache Creek Proposed Wilderness (38,960 acres in Lake County, Ukiah FO of the BLM): Hosts the second largest wintering bald eagle population in California. Offers outstanding hiking, horseback riding and whitewater boating opportunities.
• Cedar Roughs Proposed Wilderness (5,880 acres in Napa County, Ukiah FO of the BLM): Shelters the largest grove in the world of the rare Sargent cypress.
The Northern California Coastal Wild Heritage Wilderness Act, a U.S. federal law enacted in 2006, enlarged existing wilderness boundaries and created new wilderness areas for protection under the National Wilderness Preservation System. These newly-designated protected wilderness areas help safeguard habitat for more than 250 endangered species including the California Condor, bald eagle, and the bristlecone pine, the oldest living trees on earth.
It also added Wild and Scenic status to sections of the Black Butte River, created the Cow Mountain Recreation Area and designated the Elkhorn Ridge Potential Wilderness Area.
The Act was sponsored by Representative Mike Thompson and Senators Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein, and was signed into law on October 17, 2006.
Expiration of the existing contracts presents the opportunity to implement government policy prohibiting exclusive use of public recreation land and to broaden the range of interests served by including more nature-based recreation. (Appendix D BRBNA Lands by Ownership Page D2)
From Range Magazine quoting property owners around BRBNA:
There are others at that big square of tables who are also property owners—ranchers, orchard growers, local equipment operators, No one, Krauss insists, who need have any worry about the BRBNA. Yet, at the big table they are not considered property owners as much as they are "stakeholders" just like the students, the environmentalists, the tribe, and the federal-land representatives who have an equal place in the discussion.
It is difficult to get a full grasp of the BRBNA, like reaching for a handful of foam. The group is guided by five principal objectives, including preservation of regional natural and cultural values, support of "sustainable" economic development, respect of landowner's rights and encouragement of non-growth recreation on public lands.
It is the fifth of those "principal objectives" that bothers Vicki. "Consider all positions on an Issue but only support those where the partnership has reached consensus"
That word consensus again. No vote counting, no majority, but a degree of peer pressure that works best when everybody gets around a big table and agrees they love the place enough to show it. Enough, Vicki fears, to create an "Agriculture Park" spread over private and public lands under the umbrella of an unelected consensus.
"What that would do is simply encumber farms and ranches, maybe not into a park, but a virtual park where we would own the land, but be told what we can do on it and with it" Vicki says. "That's serfdom, and it erases property rights."
In 1992, the IUCN authored Agenda 21 adopted in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at the UN Earth Summit Conference on Environment and Development. Agenda 21 is an official policy list designed to reorganize societies around environmental priorities utilizing local government for implementation via ordinances. The US is signatory to this international treaty with over 100 other countries.
What is IUCN?
The IUCN was founded in October 1948 as the International Union for the Protection of Nature (or IUPN) following an international conference in Fontainebleau, France.
The organization changed its name to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in 1956 with the acronym IUCN
Use of the name “World Conservation Union”, in conjunction with IUCN, began in 1990. From March 2008 this name is no longer commonly used.
IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges. It supports scientific research, manages field projects all over the world and brings governments, non-government organizations, United Nations agencies, companies and local communities together to develop and implement policy, laws and best practice. http://www.iucn.org/about
IUCN Protected Area Management Categories
The enlisting of protected areas is the fundamental strategy being used towards the conservation of the world's natural environment and biodiversity. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has developed the Protected Area Management Categories System to define, record and classify the wide variety of specific aims and concerns when categorizing protected areas and their objectives. This categorization method is recognized on a global scale by national governments and international bodies such as the United Nations and the Convention on Biological Diversity. WIKIPEDIA
Wilderness areas are subject to specific management restrictions; human activities are restricted to non-motorized recreation (such as backpacking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, etc.), scientific research, and other non-invasive activities. In general, the law prohibits logging, mining, roads, mechanized vehicles (including bicycles), and other forms of development. The Wilderness Act is the legal basis for the National Wilderness Preservation System (NWPS). Wilderness areas fall in to IUCN protected area management category 1a (Strict Nature Preserves) or 1b (Wilderness areas).
1a Strict Nature Reserve
Category 1a are strictly protected areas set aside to protect biodiversity and also possibly geological/geomorphical features, where human visitation, use and impacts are strictly controlled and limited to ensure protection of the conservation values. Such protected areas can serve as indispensable reference areas for scientific research and monitoring
1b Wilderness Area
Category 1b protected areas are usually large unmodified or slightly modified areas, retaining their natural character and influence, without permanent or significant human habitation, which are protected and managed so as to preserve their natural condition.
To protect the long-term ecological integrity of natural areas that are undisturbed by significant human activity, free of modern infrastructure and where natural forces and processes predominate, so that current and future generations have the opportunity to experience such areas.
The area should generally:
Be free of modern infrastructure, development and industrial extractive activity, including but not limited to roads, pipelines, power lines, cellphone towers, oil and gas platforms, offshore liquefied natural gas terminals, other permanent structures, mining, hydropower development, oil and gas extraction, agriculture including intensive livestock grazing, commercial fishing, low-flying aircraft etc., preferably with highly restricted or no motorized access.
Be free of inappropriate or excessive human use or presence, which will decrease wilderness values and ultimately prevent an area from meeting the biological and cultural criteria listed above.
In November 1972, the Johnson family sold their five acres of shoreline to the federal government for $79,200 and signed a 40-year lease that permitted a narrow range of business options, such as “the interpretation of oyster cultivation to the visiting public,” and was renewable as long as any future permit was “in accordance with National Park Service Regulations in effect at the time the reservation expires.” In 2005, Johnson sold that permit to Lunny, who cleaned up and rebranded the old farm and dubbed it the Drakes Bay Oyster Company.
Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC) and the National Parks Conservation Association, fought to have the estuary converted to “full wilderness,” a sacrosanct designation that prohibits oystering, along with any other mechanized or motorized interference with the subtler designs of nature.
In November 2012, Salazar ruled against the farm, citing simple reasons: The lease was up; he had no obligation to renew it; and, he argued, the farm violated park policies for commercial activities within the National Park System.
Just like Drake’s Bay Oyster Company before it, Tomales Bay Oyster Company is fighting to stay open. The Marin County Community Development Agency ordered the popular picnic and oyster farm to significantly reduce its opening hours, cut its staff by more than half and remove all 84 picnic spots (grills and tables) by October 11, SFist reported. The order effectively reduces Tomales Bay, located five miles north of Point Reyes in Marshall, to an oyster vendor. http://sf.eater.com/2015/10/1/9437199/tomales-bay-oyster-company-forced-remove-picnic-area-marshall
BUSH ADMIN. ATTACKS PRIVATE PROPERTY AND RECREATION
American Land Rights Association:
The people of Lake Berryessa are living under the sword of eviction!
Recreation users at Lake Berryessa are being cut off from access, use and recreational choice.
Property rights are being taken away from the people of Lake Berryessa.
They are throwing out over 1300 property owners of manufactured housing and thousands of recreation users.
Lake Berryessa is the second largest motorized recreation lake in Northern California. It is man-made. Yet the BOR wants to turn it into a Wilderness lake. Utter nonsense.
There is an anti-recreation bias in several Federal agencies. The BOR is taking the lead in getting rid of exclusive use. That means they really want “No Use.” That’s the new code word. “No Exclusive Use.”
When they cut off access and get rid of motorized recreation and the homes around the lake, then the lake will largely belong to the special interest groups.
The Forest Service is trying to do the same thing in other places. All users must stand together and fight for the people of Lake Berryessa.
If the Bureau of Reclamation gets away with this atrocity, then everyone who uses a recreation lake or has a permit on other Federal lands will be far less safe. Other Federal agencies will see that they can get away with removing users too. Lake Berryessa is important to you. It will set the standard.
WASHINGTON POST STAFF WRITER - FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2005
The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that local governments may force property owners to sell out and make way for private economic development when officials decide it would benefit the public, even if the property is not blighted and the new project's success is not guaranteed.
The 5 to 4 ruling provided the strong affirmation that state and local governments had sought for their increasing use of eminent domain for urban revitalization, especially in the Northeast, where many city centers have decayed and the suburban land supply is dwindling.
Opponents, including property-rights activists and advocates for elderly and low-income urban residents, argued that forcibly shifting land from one private owner to another, even with fair compensation, violates the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, which prohibits the taking of property by government except for "public use."
Welcome to serfdom. You may own the land but "they" will control it. You take the money, "they" own you.
So one can see why natural resources will be in short supply. When 50% of the United States is designated “Wilderness” no access will be allowed even to harvest “natural resources”. Shortages are being engineered strictly to control human activity and they are using a bogus reason “climate change” as a tool to entice folks to accept this tyranny.
WILD FIRES & ADA
In a report from the National Parks Association addressing the ADA and Americans’ with disabilities it said; - non motorized wheel chairs were acceptable in Wilderness Areas but there would not be any special access provided.
In the case of wild fires the Park Service would only allow motorized fire suppression equipment into fight a fire if private property or life was under imminent threat. Otherwise suppression would be done by aircraft or on foot.
CALIFORNIA FOOTHILLS LEGACY AREA
(3.4 million acres statewide)
Is Agenda 21
“A massive federal government land-conservation plan carries potential to affect about half of San Benito County's total acreage - nearly 500,000 acres locally and 3.4 million statewide - while aiming to set aside rangeland deemed as crucial habitat for threatened and endangered species, according to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service document.
The "California Foothills Legacy Area" proposal involves the offering of land easements to willing property owners. The federal government would pay those residents in exchange for maintaining their properties' agricultural activities while forbidding development and working to help preserve nearly 200 endangered or threatened species identified as likely inhabiting the rangeland.
Seven years in the making but only recently published, the proposal designates an enormous swath of the Central Valley - affecting portions of 26 counties - as a "study area" encompassing around 18 million acres.”
Why you can’t trust anyone
Millions expose Agenda 21 as a conspiracy to destroy the USA
How Agenda 21 became National policy
H.CON.RES.353 -- EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE UNITED STATES SHOULD ASSUME A STRONG LEADERSHIP ROLE IN IMPLEMENTING THE DECISIONS MADE AT THE EARTH SUMMIT BY DEVELOPING A NATIONAL STRATEGY
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