Sunday, February 13, 2011

The goal is control ~ By Henry Lamb

It is not just a coincidence that the Communist Manifesto calls for the abolition of private property.
Henry's statement above explains everything about the U.N., and why the control of land is so important to the U.N. and the globalists:
Until 1976, private ownership of land was the desired goal of government in the United States. The policy changed officially when William K. Reilly, Carla A. Hills and others endorsed the policy statement of the U.N. Conference on Human Settlements. The preamble to this statement says:
Private land ownership is a principal instrument of accumulating wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice. Public control of land is therefore indispensable.
I hope that when you hear the buzz words and phrases such as social justice, environmental protection, global warming, and energy conservation, you will remember this column. Henry ties all of the reasons for the control of land use together, and you will see that the United Nation's ultimate goal is global governance based on a Communist economic structure. In order to accomplish that goal, it appears that there would be a need to neuter the United States by reducing our ability to harness the vast energy resources that the U.S. economy needs for the country to prosper.

This is why we need to get patriotic people into Congress and state legislatures to stop the assault on the sovereignty of the United States, and ultimately, our freedom.

The goal is control

By Henry Lamb

February 12, 2011 ~ 1:00 am Eastern

© 2011

Which is more important: reduce America's dependence on foreign energy sources, or add 2.85 million acres to the existing 200 million acres of protected areas? 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, along with 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 percent of the nation's marine resources.

Only the most avid preservationist, or the most anti-American, could possibly choose to lock up the nation's natural resources rather than develop them. Nevertheless, the federal government continues to block readily available and affordable energy development while subsidizing, at great public expense, the development of exotic energy sources such as wind and solar. There is much more than the discredited global-warming scare driving this ongoing obsession to lock up natural resources.

The goal is control In order to control people, the government must control the use of land. Control of the use of land includes control of the use of natural resources. Energy is the fuel that produces prosperity, and the government bureaucracy has decided that it will control access to energy by controlling the use of land and marine resources.

Since the Carter administration, the land management agencies of the federal government have been taken over by environmental-extremist organizations. Footnote 30 in this document identifies many such characters added to the administration by President Clinton. In an effort to appease the green crowd, both Bush 41 and 43 continued the practice. The Obama administration is replete with environmental extremists and individuals whose public statements strongly suggest an anti-American bent. Consequently, the lock-up of land and its resources continues.

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