In response to those who don’t give any credence to Agenda 21 (Sustainable Development, et al), may I say that when I first heard about it, I thought "That can’t happen here. Not in America." So I decided to do some homework and was astounded to learn that not only could it happen here—but it is happening here!
The principle is that in order to control the people, the government must control the use of land.
Control of the use of land includes control of the use of natural resources. Even as gas prices rise and start to cripple our ability to travel, and we are looking for ways of becoming energy independent, according to the United Nations, 27 percent of the total land area in the United States is already locked up in some kind of protected area and 67 percent of the total marine area. This means, of course, that there can be no development of energy or other natural resources in 27 percent of the nation’s land and 67 ...
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