Monday, October 24, 2011


I'm seeing articles Here and There where the left wing is trying to plant the idea that concerns over Agenda 21 are "conspiracy theories" from "tin foil hats" and are ridiculous attempts to discredit the environmental movement. So for those of you who may be sitting on the fence or on the left and buying this idea, I think it is high time to get the record straight.

There is no conspiracy theory. There are no tin foil hats. And, if you would be so gracious to educate yourselves, you can go straight to the horses mouth Here and see for yourself. City council members and county commissioners who have never heard of Agenda 21, but keep implementing the principles of Agenda 21 are the worst offenders of ignorance on the planet. But I digress.

For today's reading pleasure, I bring to you more evidence of Agenda 21 being played out in what I believe to be government lead crime against the people. The incidents I cite are from last spring and early summer when the waters normally fill up the rivers and, heretofore, were controlled by carefully constructed dams. While this did not happen this week, the story deserves revisiting for the sake of enlightening the clueless who refuse to see the truth right in front of them.

A report here describes quite well what the Army Corps of Engineers has been doing to destroy farmland and the family owned farms along the Missouri River.

Excerpt here:
"Today, a Missouri farmer completed a conference call about the federal government sending letters to flooded farmers in the Missouri River flood plain and bottoms, notifying them that the Army Corps of Engineers will offer to buy their land. One critic, Ann Barnhardt of Capital Management, Inc. summarized these events Monday:

* "Intentionally flood massive acreage of highly productive farmground.

* Destroy people’s communities and homes.

* Catch them while they are desperate and afraid and then swoop in and buy the ground cheap."

Barnhardt traced some of the major investing to George Soros who is “investing” in farmground through the same company he used to get into the grain elevator and fertilizer business, Ospraie Management Fund, that is buying up farmground in a joint venture with Teays River Investments as a partner.

Read more here

Mismanagement of water, I would say, is another sign of the degradation of our ability to survive. Why would that be promoted by our government? Now we hear about the latest scare tactic, a coming water shortage. (We are told we are facing energy shortages, yet our government chooses energy starvation policies....sound familiar?)

I typed in a google search with these words: Coming Water Shortage. Try that and you will see thousands of dire and desperate claims of how we will be suffering for lack of water within the next 15 to 30 years. Excuse me for being skeptical, but does this look like another manufactured crisis? By blowing up the dams, our government is creating scarcity in four (4) areas of necessity. Land, food, water, and electricity. Flooding farmland, reducing our capacity to raise food, reducing available water quantities, and reducing hydro-electric capacity. Of course, all of the articles cite rising population as the culprit. It's a Fabian Socialist's dream. No water. No food. No energy. No land. No babies.

Meanwhile, our city a few years ago implemented a "storm water runoff fee." This is basically an impact fee for handling storm water runoff. The more impermeable surface on your land, the higher the fee. The supposed justification for this is you are causing headaches and costs to the city to catch and direct the water. Seems to me that if there is a shortage of water, the city should be paying land owners for more runoff that can be caught, purified, and used. Our property taxes are already supposed to be paying for water management. But now...we should be punished for the size of house, driveway, patio, etc. Never mind that the runoff from your roof, driveway, and patio, is still going into the water system, whether into the land and downstream to the rivers, or into the drainage system and into the city reservoirs. Some cities are going so far as making rain barrels illegal or demanding water licensing rights to have one.

I think from this, you would have to be deaf, dumb, and blind, to not understand that our country is under an internal threat. The threat is less about ecology than it is about control of resources. The threat continues to come from government. The question remains, how do we stop it?

Rain Barrels Declared Illegal
Collecting Rain Water Now Illegal
Description of Charlottesville, VA Water Shortage Hoax Here


  1. The corpse (hehehe) needs to perpetuate itself. One more government entity that needs to go away. Thanks for the link to the U.N. site. I had not seen that before.

  2. A dog will lay on a stone or a rusty nail moaning and yelping because it hurts. But the dog won't get up and move until it has hurt enough and it can't take it any more. We humans are not much different. Unfortunately, in this case by the time the people are hurting enough, there may be no better place in which to move.

  3. Hi Bunker...Believe it or not, you can find the entire plan laid out in black and white from the UN. Not such a secret conspiracy...right out there for the world to see. You can also see the exact same doctrine through Smart Growth America, and there are some sites on Sustainable Development, too, with the same information. ICLEI is a big one, infiltrating the U.S. And you are all gov. agencies, the ACoE has been hijacked to use against Americans. Every one of the aggravating!!

    Hi Jim....I am amazed the outrage is not deafening. I think people don't know what to do. I don't know what to do, but for sharing information. People are not in a position to fight do you fight back against dam busting over your land?? We're stuck except for the election process..and they are trying to "fix" that, too. are right. Where do people go? Reagan was right, "This is the last place on earth."

  4. Sometimes those tin foil hats are just the thing to keep the rain off your head.

  5. Just got back from your neck of the woods, Bob...drove all the way to Chicago and back and crossed through Kentucky. Or is it Tennessee where you are. Went through there, too.

    Guess I ought to make myself one of those tin foil hats...might be the new fashion statement! LOL. Not as pretty as a coonskin cap, though, eh?