Stop Global Tyrrany now

Category: Lesson 3

By George Russell Published April 08, 2016 FoxNews.com Facebook Twitter The United Nations has launched a far-reaching initiative that could give U.N.-sponsored authorities sway over the biological resources of the high seas—all the waters that lie outside national territories and economic zones. The potential shift in power involves multi-trillion-dollar issues, such as whether large areas—conceivably, as much Read more…

1st posted on Freedom Advocates on May 30th 2007  The deliberate “reintroduction” of aggressive gray wolves is causing conflict between environmentalists and multiple-use conservationists and changing how residents interact with their own surroundings. In 1995 and early 1996, 35 Canadian gray wolves were released into central Idaho on the orders of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Jamie Clark. They didn’t Read more…

When The Wildlands Project first appeared in the 1992 Special Issue of Wild Earth, it made barely a ripple in the environmental community or the property rights community. Environmentalists thought the plan too radical, property rights advocates thought the plan laughable. By and large, the plan never gained public recognition. Those who discounted the plan were not Read more…

USDA Secretary Validates Agenda 21, Says Rural Land “Less and Less Relevent” To validate that the USDA, an agency of the federal government, is actively supporting the taking of our rural lands and considering replacing traditional farming with rotating multi-storied greenhouses. Last week Tom Vilsack, secretary of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), speaking at a forum sponsored Read more…

The Vancouver Action Plan: Tells How Property Rights Must Be Taken from the People The information provided below comes from one of the MANY conferences that the United Nations has held in the last 40 years to formulate plans on how to gain control over all of the Earth’s resources. The language in the Preamble makes it Read more…

This 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 Read more…