Letter: ‘Green Earth’ deception
I love sailing and fishing, so protecting the Chesapeake Bay is important to me. But, the green initiative being promoted today goes far beyond protecting the bay. It is the vehicle being used to drive us off the cliff towards a one-world government. United Nations Agenda 21 is being used to do this.
Its roots are embedded in the teachings and writings of occultism, which began in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The central theme is the earth and the things that dwell on it are sacred and are to be treated as sacred identities. The writings and teachings of occultists like Mary Baker Eddy, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Alice Ann Bailey (founder of Lucis Trust) and many other occultists started what we now call environmentalism. Lucis Trust today boasts a membership of approximately 6,000 including individuals such as Robert McNamara, Donald Regan, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, Paul Volker and George Schultz. Another proponent of one-world government is Mikhail Gorbachev, former head of the Communist Party in Russia (Communist USSR). In laying out his blueprint for the 21st century, he said the earth’s inhabitants must be manipulated into accepting a new world order in the name of saving the planet from environmental catastrophe.
Limited editorial space prevents me from going into greater detail. I encourage you to do your own research. The bottom line is this—environmentalism has very deep roots in occultism and one needs to grasp that in order to fully understand how it is being used today.
The thought of a one-world government seems unimaginable to most people; therefore, very little thought is given to it. It is not a partisan issue, since it is embraced by both political parties. You may recall that Presidents Bush 41 and Bush 43, Clinton and Obama all spoke of a "New World Order." This is precisely what a one-world government is and it is being driven by United Nations Agenda 21. Most Americans are unaware that this agenda is the greatest threat to freedom today. It was created by the United Nations Department of Economic Affairs, Division for Sustainable Development in 1976.
It is an amalgamation of socialism and extreme environmentalism with anti-American, anti-capitalist overtones. Consider an excerpt from its preamble: "Land 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 the principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth, and therefore, contributes to social injustice." A few of its land use recommendations are: (1) redistribute population in accord with resources, (2) government must control the use of land to achieve equitable distribution of resources, (3) control the use of land through zoning and land use planning, (4) excessive profits from land use must be recaptured by the government, (5) public ownership of land should be used to exercise urban and rural land reform, (6) owner rights should be separate from development rights, which should be held by public authority. This is but a brief overview.
Well-meaning citizens of Gloucester and Mathews who developed comprehensive plans for both counties did so with good faith and conscience. They were following the mandates handed down from the state. The state was complying with President Clinton’s Executive Order 12852 that created the "President’s Council on Sustainable Development." The process goes something like this: Policies are developed at the top, by professionals and bureaucrats, and sent down the administrative chain of command to state and local governments. Elected officials have little option but to accept them. It stands to reason that local citizens, with possibly a few exceptions, would not have the knowledge or skills required to develop an extensive comprehensive plan without outside non-governmental sources. In Mathews, that source was Chesapeake NEMO (Network for Education of Municipal Officials). Did this organization guide our citizens down a predetermined path? I have not yet been able to establish that. I was assured by several Mathews supervisors that it was not, but I continue to research it. I do think the possibility for doing so was clearly there.
If you think this is "much to do about nothing," consider this: Virginia HB3202, passed when Gov. Kaine was in office, says "any county or city with a growth rate of 15 percent or with a population of 20,000 and a growth rate of 5 percent must set aside land to be designated as Urban Development Areas." These areas are designated for dense housing (four houses per acre). Land for the USB areas will be selected in size and location from information provided in the county’s comprehensive plan. The land will be taken from property owners in selected areas. This process is an even greater assault on property rights than eminent domain.
The Peninsula Patriots are making people aware of this and, if you choose to take a stand for freedom, may I suggest you join them. Their monthly meetings are posted in the Gazette-Journal.