Letter: Are we under UN control?
Sometime ago, while perusing a document involving United Nations’ control of wetlands, biosphere and world heritage sites, I encountered an interesting document under the United Nations Heritage and Biosphere Programs.
I found that certain rivers, as well as the Virginia coast, have been included into a treaty that will give control of these areas to the United Nations. The treaty is called the Ramsar Convention, and the Potomac River, as well as the Rappahannock River, falls under this treaty.
I recall having encountered references made to biodiversity and a biodiversity significance of B-3 within the Mathews County Comprehensive Plan. I also recall a somewhat vague reference made to coastal zone management, resource protection areas and other assisting agencies.
Within another section, I encountered references made to the Bavon Breakwater Project, supposedly made possible by a law enforcement grant. Perhaps I am in error by using the term "grant"—it was described simply as a large sum of money.
I found these references to the United Nations, Sustainable Development and Biodiversity interesting especially so since any involvement within the Mathews County Comprehensive Plan has been repeatedly denied. However, I am curious, a treaty within the United Nations has been ratified by the Senate that places rivers and coastal areas of Virginia and subsequently the United States under United Nations control, what does the term "sovereign nation" imply in this context?
Perhaps this is simply another conspiracy theory. However, the Virginia coast is under UN control, how does public money interface with UN control in the Bavon Breakwater Project? The current U.S. debt coupled with the existing deficit prompts concern. That many in Congress advocate raising the debt level yet again poses a question—just how does law enforcement money of $200,000, described as a large sum of money, find its way into an area of the sovereign nation of the United States controlled by the United Nations?
Port Haywood, Va.