At the conclusion of the United Nations Civil Society Conference, held August 26-28 in Salt Lake City, they have left us with words of wisdom, intentions, and their future threats upon us. As usual, there are select groups that are assigned the task to advance Agenda 2030.
Stakeholders - this really means all of their partnering non-governmental organizations (NGO), corporations, foundations, professional organizations, and others. In part they are tasked with:
Commit to actions that accelerate SDGs implementation.
The UN has double downed with the urgency of having only 11 years to deliver and "avoid the worst impacts of climate change". Where does the UN obtain their powers of clairvoyance? Looks like AOC can't add, she is giving us 12 years. It does make one wonder what is planned as a catalyst to ensure this all goes down in 11 years.
As to the type of action the UN is thrusting upon us, socialism, fascism, corporatism, technocracy, or communism, G. Edward Griffin provides an excellent explanation in this video. NGOs are becoming more verbose in their quest for collectivism and our operating as global citizens. This is good as it gives us a clearer picture on how we are being destroyed.
The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is a non-profit educational foundation offering free online courses and seminars on economic principles. It's mission "...is to inspire, educate, and connect future leaders with the economic, ethical, and legal principles of a free society. These principles include individual liberty, free-market economics, entrepreneurship, private property, high moral character, and limited government".
Without going into more details, or listing negative assessments by counterparts, FEE has an interesting list of articles about the United Nations (UN). One that really captures the essence of the UN was from 1965, 54 years ago. It was understood even then how worthless, useless, and destructive the UN was for any utopian dream of keeping peace in the world. This article even goes through a timeline of how the UN has contributed to more disruption and chaos in the world. The article, Is the UN Really Necessary?, was written by William Henry Chamberlin, January 1, 1965.
Here we are, 54 years later, and this despot organization has grown exponentially into a massive conglomerate of evil with designs to govern the world. It found the most psychologically damaging ruse that causes us to snap to attention, fear. Elevating our anxiety about the pending doom of the earth from climate change, embedding that fear into our children, while having methodically created the only solution, control over our lives and the earth's resources. Mr. Chamberlin was correct in his assessment of the UN. The damage he identified after just 19 years of the UN's existence should have been ample warning for this institution to be abolished. But here we sit, allowing its evil to continue.
This West Is Our West is a website that provides information on relevant issues not only in western states but on issues that affect all of us. Two recent articles have pertinent information related to conservation easements and our broken education system.
The first article, Save the Cowboy, STOP American Prairie Reserve, gives a first hand account on conservation easements and how they devastate and kill communities. The American Prairie Reserve is an agenda by non-governmental organizations to take land for a bunch of animals, and the Bureau of Land Management is helping them do it. The the true purpose is taking as much land as possible away from Montanans.
The second article, Rescuing Our Children, is a video by Alex Newman that details how the United Nations has been behind the assault on our education system.
Reprinted with permission from This West Is Our West.
Hot off the press is a progress report on the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). Liu Zhenmin, UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, who is very difficult to understand, and Francesca Perucci, Chief, Statistical Services Branch, UN Statistics Division provide information on the report in this video. It is all based on the massive amount of data provided by "member" states, which includes the United States. That data is on every aspect of American lives.
Some highlights of the report include information on poverty levels, decoupling consumption from production, improving international cooperation for migration, vaccinations, childbirth and child mortality, mass species extinction, access to electricity, internet, renewable energy, water, and sanitation, "water scarcity", income and gender inequality, education, promotion of green development, and oh catastrophe, the acceleration of climate change that is endangering our health, all of these being "global problems" that need solutions as a "global agenda". Ms. Perucci guaranteed the purity of the data, no manipulation or corruption here folks. To succeed towards full implementation they recommend more "investment", meaning more money coming their way.
The most astounding question asked of the panel members is at the 55:57" mark and everyone should listen to it. A question was asked about the United States on SDG 13, that it isn't a matter of convincing the government, it is about "how to convince the people because it is the people that change the government". Did you read that? They know the United States is different, the people are the government. In response to asking what the "strategy" is to convince the people, Mr. Zhenmin replied, "The media could help, ask them to promote climate change". What rock is he living under? Every one of the issues discussed is thrown in our faces every day by the media. He then goes on to exalt the UN, its member states, the UN Secretary General himself whom he thinks is in charge, and he even has the gall to reference all of them as "we the people".
WE have the ability to stop this, if there is no "political will" then it must be "our" will. These people are committed to destroying us, we cannot let that happen, and they are getting more aggressive with their actions. We can continue to fight the symptoms of this UN disease, but until we fight the UN intrusion into our lives, we will continue to decline until our death.
Non-governmental organizations (NGO) are celebrating the introduction of legislation for the "protection and restoration of certain native fish, wildlife, and plant species" on federal land called the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act. Rep. Donald Beyer tried this before in 2016 and according to Govtrak this new bill only has a 3% chance of passing. The urgency came again following a 2018 United Nations report over mass extinction hysteria. Even though intended for federal land, the caveat includes funding conservation efforts on state and private land that encourages wildlife movement and creating a council to identify priority areas on "non-federal" lands. We all know that "council" would be NGO individuals.
Some states, such as Oregon, have passed corridor legislation, others are studying it. While NGOs hammer the federal government for this type of legislation, they are also targeting state legislators for integration of corridors and connectivity policies into state legislation. Idaho has an action plan as well, identifying areas throughout the state for corridors. But the true plans are laid out by the Craighead Institute, targeting land use plans such as comprehensive plans, local zoning and ordinances, even HOAs for inclusions of such conservation drivel.
The Western Landowners Alliance, based in New Mexico, has similar goals, advancing policies for connected landscapes. Executive Director, Lesli Allison, has started the campaign for convincing private land owners to conserve their "working lands" for migration. Translated it means designed, regulated, and restricted use.
Ms. Allison presented this powerpoint, called Intermingled Public and Private Lands, to the Western Governors Association (WGA) last year, describing her intentions with graphics. Below is the most striking graphic. As the graphic shows, the true agenda behind any corridor type is restricted and highly regulated use on all property types.
The "threats" Ms. Allison identifies in her powerpoint include development, roads, fences, livestock, and energy. Apparently she also thinks land owners are a threat as the process is "led by NGOs, government agencies". So much for her notion of working with private landowners on working lands. Ms. Allison isn't the only one looking at this "working lands" issue, the WGA held a "working lands" roundtable in April this year that included the Nature Conservancy and Bureau of Land Management, but no citizens. In spite of claims that landowners should be involved in the decisions, and listened to, it is really about deceiving them on the true agenda. The graphic shows the true intention.
If a corridor is declared on public land, the committed effort will then be plowing through private, municipal, and state land, extending the corridor from one protected area to another. Corridors, no matter what type, will have protections placed on them for banned or restricted use. As seen in the graphic, the purple shows how corridors provide "connectivity" between protected public land.
WARNING: It is critical that citizens fight any reference to corridors in local land use plans such as comprehensive plans, zoning, and ordinances. If inserted, that language will be a stepping stone for this land use restriction agenda. When it is time for comprehensive plan updates, be actively involved so this does not happen. Also, share this with your elected officials and private property owners with working lands so they understand what is happening.
Lastly, where is all of this coming from? Gary Tabor, Center for Large Landscape Conservation (CLLC) president, and Network for Landscape Conservation (NLC) Coordinating Committee member, is also the Specialist Group Leader for the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Connectivity Conservation program, the purpose of which is to facilitate species conservation through protected areas. CLLC is also an IUCN member, just type in CLLC. Tabor is bringing IUCN ideology to a local level, through the NLC partnerships that include federal agencies, and it is generally understood that IUCN is a UN partner. Hello Agenda 2030.
Since information seems to mysteriously disappear off the internet once exposed, here is a copy of the powerpoint.
The Better World Campaign (BWC) was created in 1999 by Ted Turner as part of his historic $1 billion gift to support UN causes. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., this organization "works to foster a strong, effective relationship between the United States and the United Nations" by engaging "policymakers, the media, and the American public". Naturally, since the UN is all about corporatism to promote their ideology, businesses have financially benefited from the UN. Fortunately Idaho seems to be left off the list.
In addition to the BWC, Turner also created the United Nations Foundation with that billion. Since that money dried up in 2014, the UN had to find other dupes to fund them. Well, it turns out that was no problem. Governments around the world including the US, foundations, and corporations have picked up the tab without a word on how that money is spent.
The United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNAUSA) also supports UN activities and work with BWC. They are even involved in helping our youth to become global citizens. In Idaho, there are two chapters, one at Boise State University, and the other at Idaho State University. The UNAUSA works to promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals, indoctrinate the young through their programs, advance LGBTI rights, support illegal aliens, and in general force us into a global world under UN dictates.
It is a sad future for America.
In spite of the tin foil hat accusers that Agenda 21 doesn't exist, here is former Vice President Al Gore, and traitor to the United States, talking about it and how the world could now see themselves as a "single community of nations", "making up a global civilization". AKA signing our sovereignty away. In spite of his claims that the Senate holds responsibility for signing treaties, Agenda 21 was never signed by the Senate, yet it was implemented.
Agenda 21, known as Sustainable Development, was implemented by WJ Clinton in 1993 via his President's Council on Sustainable Development. Here he is talking about it.
Here is Nancy Pelosi promoting the adoption of Agenda 21.
Now 26 years later, we have been destroyed as a Republic, there is no longer a representative government, but rather an extension of our government by non-governmental organizations and the implementation of UN objectives, an oligarchy, funded by the wealthy. Until this is eliminated, we will continue on the downward path of globalization by the UN, and a complete loss of our freedom.
It is so nice to know what our future holds for us, instead of having to worry about it, the United Nations (UN) has it all figured out through their corporate partnerships.
The World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD) originally created the Vision 2050 document which can be downloaded here. Recently however, because of all the progress they have made in taking over the world, they had a "refresh", but they won't allow anyone to access it unless they are a member. To tantalize those of us who are of no importance, they did put out a brochure on the refresh. Below is an image of how the UN plans to govern the world that reflects their Vision 2050 refresh. Sit back, relax, you will be taken care of, compliments of the UN.
Technocrats, those who are driven to have scientific control over society, are working hard to ultimately design how we recreate, known as Community Based Tourism (CBT). In there quest for ultimate control, they are determined to design the area where we recreate, dictate how we mange our businesses and behave as tourists, and decide how we are allowed to enjoy ourselves.
In usual technocratic fashion, definitions of tourism are broken down into microscopic details of data. One shouldn't be allowed to just go someplace and enjoy themselves. Ecotourism is "responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education" of tourists. This is seen as different from other screwball tourism categories they have created such as responsible, sustainable, or even green tourism. All of these over analyzed definitions of people going somewhere to freely enjoy themselves will just be listed here as Sustainable Tourism (ST). ST has some set criteria that includes consideration for environmental, socio-economic, and cultural impacts, and sustainable management of the tourist destination, all of which are essentially the same as other definitions. These criteria determine how you are allowed to use land, where, and the way in which you should behave.
Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) is part of this agenda and have been very secretive about this longer term plan for CBT, usually referring to it vaguely as a form of economic development or diversity. While working hard to place as much land as possible into protection between existing protected areas (PA) for their connectivity agenda, the end goal includes dictating how that land should be designed and used as a tourist. While this Y2Y link to a conference does not work, it does state the conference includes presentations on "ecosystem economics and tourism", and is appropriately named "Tracking the Human Footprint". This is CBT and there are now degrees that can be earned in this field.
As usual with technocrats, everything has to be broken down into precise categories for scientific measure. For PA tourism, CBT includes the ST concept but in true technocratic fashion, the criteria are even more precisely defined. Increasing the amount of PAs is essential for CBT implementation, and is a driving factor behind the urgency by Y2Y and their partner non-governmental organizations (NGO) to get as much land as possible into protection. Because the list of technocratic CBT requirements is so exhaustive, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) provides the best guide for now. This particular document is also important because Y2Y is an IUCN member, just type their full name in the search box, and Y2Y founder, Harvey Locke, is also a member, working hard to implement IUCN objectives. The IUCN is an active partner of the United Nations (UN). It is a falsehood for any Y2Y member to say there is no connection to the UN as Jody Hilty, Y2Y President and Chief Scientist, stated while insulting Idaho rural residents at the 31:20 mark in this video. While claiming the population has doubled, Ms. Hilty doesn't believe anyone has the right to freedoms as she condescendingly mocks those who do at the 26:10 mark, and that OHV use should be removed at the 9:00 mark. Doubled in what time frame Ms. Hilty, and is it not rather pompous to presume that this alleged double population will descend on what you believe is land that should never be used? Folks, this is the technocratic arrogance we are dealing with. Ms. Hilty herself references the IUCN PA agenda in the video.
In a 2014 study, Ms. Hilty even scrutinized local land use ordinances for "conservation design" in protected areas, advocating for development that "requires a portion of a residential property to be set aside for conservation" with "smaller lots...clustered together, allowing for open space and biological resources to be permanently protected", having full intentions of targeting local governments for inclusion of these objectives into land use policies. There are Y2Y and other NGO members who carry out these tasks, targeting local governments.
In the IUCN Tourism and visitor management in protected areas Guidelines for sustainability document, all aspects of controlling tourism in PAs is covered. IUCN and others believe tourism has a negative impact on the environment and especially on PAs such as parks and wilderness areas. As more areas are placed into protective status, there will be more regulated use, at least that is the plan. Regulated use considers conservation of the area, economical and social factors, and cultural aspects with guidelines broken down into miniscule details. While this document may seem overwhelming and of not much interest, it should be at least scanned through to understand, and prepare for, the future of what Y2Y and others want to do. Being aware of this regulatory control agenda will assist Idahoans in recognizing it when attempts are made to integrate the objectives into local land use policies.
There are some basic elements to Protected Area Tourism. Some of those elements include programs that educate the the tourist on conservation practices and the importance of PA conservation. Guided tours, campfire talks, and friendly reminders located around the area are just a few traps for education. The intent is influencing both tourist businesses and visitor behavior. These ideologues believe CBT is an economic benefit with increased number of jobs while charging fees for visiting a PA. Also within this fatuous idea is the belief that living standards will increase, cultures will be appreciated more, and mental health will improve, but not without the dichotomy of concerns over "psychological" stress to wildlife and environmental damage from tourism.
As a result, there must be management objectives because of these impacts. Tourism must align with conservation objectives which leads to strict control over land use and the way in which one behaves and visits the area. There should also be a "commercialisation (sic) manual", dictating how businesses are managed, some of which includes adopting "an ecosystem-based approach in tourism development" and designing and adopting "nature-based solutions". For businesses that currently exist, the plan includes educating them on the proper way to conduct their business.
With their "Visitor Management Framework", recommendations include putting "hard limits (up to and including bans) on problematic visitor uses" through zoning, rationing, and enforcement. Other management methods involve increasing surveillance, limiting activity to bike only zones or hiker only days, prohibiting motor use, limiting campsite designation, length of stays, access points, and size of groups; restrictions on campfires, fishing, and hunting; requiring visitors to hire guides; and imposing fines. In the never ending endeavor for control, requiring tourist proof of ecological knowledge and recreational activity skills is even listed. The World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) prepared a report for IUCN which has a special tools section for visitor management which IUCN advocates. The U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies have already adopted these visitor management tools, true technocratic dictatorship.
Certification as a tourist and especially as a business is seen as needed for "conformity to a set of standards, including specific sustainability targets", which they see as a possible "marketing tool" to attract tourists, a way in which to influence behavior, duping people to believe that all of this control over what we do and how we behave is good.
An ominous subject is "buffer zones". These are communities just outside of protected areas, often referred to as failures, in spite of the fact that communities which lie near PAs have been successfully managed by locals and families for generations. Another term for these buffer zones is gateway communities. Because of the erroneous belief that these communities don't know what they are doing, a summit was held in 2018 to discuss strategies on how to change the way in which these communities currently function with local control. This insulting 1999 article also expresses the idea that gateway communities don't know what they are doing and should look like Jackson. Currently, the Federal Highway Administration also has their hands in redesigning gateway communities for economic benefits and "livability", defining a gateway community as a "community directly adjacent to or near public lands managed by a federal agency which actively provides services to the public land visitors." A case is also made for expanding parks to manage the deluge of tourists, just sucking those gateway communities right into the fold of dictatorship. For every Idaho tourist community near public or protected land, you are a target for this agenda, starting with communities near Yellowstone.
The United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP) also has their fingers in the bowl for PA tourism, publishing this Ecotourism: Principles, Practices & Policies for Sustainability document in 2002. Y2Y is identified as an active "regional" participant in this 2012 document, Sustainable Mountain Development Green Economy and Institutions, which describes the true intention behind Y2Y activities, a "framework" for mountain development. With Agenda 21 as a key reference for future action for Governance, the focus is conservation and development, "green investment", policy partnerships with the private sector (P3), and green energy use. What this gibberish really means is the technocrats believe we are unable to control our growth with proper planning, harm the land and environment, and indeed we ourselves need to be micromanaged. This is one massive agenda for control, or more appropriately worded, dictatorship, and our government is right in line to implement it in their partnerships with the UN and NGOs such as Y2Y. The UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is spreading this same agenda around the world, promoting "observation" of nature, specialized tour operators, managing areas for conservation, and promotion of education on conservation.
Both Agenda 21 (pg 33) and 2030 have specific sections on tourism. This objective has been planned for many years and as more land is placed into forms of protection, they are to the point where more dictatorial methods will incrementally be placed on us. The UN recently updated their sustainable mountain development objectives.
To guard your local land use policies from this assault, contact your local elected officials about creating a citizen advisory committee (CAC), there are multiple types of CACs, one of which could be specific to land use policies. The mission can be simple, to have citizen involvement over decisions made for land policies and prevent the inclusion of the ST agenda. It also ensures citizens would have prominent input into those policies as the CAC could hold public meetings, rather than NGOs controlling the discussion. This would also be a tremendous service to your commissioners and council members as understanding state land use laws can be complex. Recommendations can be made to the officials, this being especially critical for "gateway" communities. If you want to get involved in protecting your community from the larger Y2Y and UN agenda, give this some serious thought. Create a Resource Management Plan similar to this Custer County prooposal that ensures adherence to federal laws and maintains local control. Now is the time for you to leave behind the "I don't know what to do" slogan. Be the sheepdog before a sustainable tourism corporate developer comes knocking at your door to design the whole area as a master plan, or through the federal government.
Otherwise, you will be outweighed by this agenda, and the graphic below indicates your position in the decisions.
Once again a bill has been introduced in Congress to withdraw the U.S. from the United Nations (UN). Alabama Rep. Mike Rogers introduced H.R. 204, the American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2019, to the House on 1/3/19, which has been referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Fellow Rep. Thomas Massie from Kentucky has been a regular co-sponsor. Rep. Rogers has attempted this before without success. However, his home state of Alabama was the first to create a law banning participation in Agenda 21. Another supporter is Sen. Rand Paul whose father, Rep. Ron Paul, introduced previous versions in 1997 and 2009.
President Trump has already provided direction on withdrawal from the UN. One UN organization he withdrew the U.S. from is the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) which has been the driving force behind the change in our educational system. Other activities he pulled the U.S. out of include the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC), UN Migration Compact, and the Paris Climate Agreement.
Not only is there grave concern about UN anti-Semitism, there is also the outrageous amount of money the U.S. gives to the UN, more than any other country. H.R. 204 would end that cost. This Act would also repeal various federal statutes that authorize U.S. involvement in the UN, prohibit the use of U.S. troops by the UN, close the U.S. Mission to the UN, remove the UN headquarters from U.S. soil, and formally repeal U.S. participation in UNESCO, the United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP), and World Health Organization (WHO), while ending involvement in conventions and agreements and all participation in any UN organ, specialized agency, commission, or other formally affiliated body.
Contact your Congressional representatives and ask them to co-sponsor this bill and vote in favor of its passage.
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