When you go to a bank to get a loan, most the time you have to put up something worth about the same.
I was up flipping channels last night,for some reason I stopped on a public tv show, that a radio broad caster in texas made, Like I said it was late
so I cant rember his name. It was about the US being sold out by the goverment. To the United nations, and China.
He want to talk to National parks around the the US, to see if the park rangers knew of the parks being Given to the UN as backing for our money. If
we go in to default, the Parks belong to the UN. Including the Grand Cayon, Yellowstone..... He said this is the reason that parts of the parks
It was a pre Bush show. I Did some searching heres what I found on the subject.
OUR NATIONAL PARKS NOW BELONG TO UNITED NATIONS
Across this great land, our national parks, wildlands, forests, and lakes are being turned over to UN control. Joseph Urso, Jr., a friend of the
ministry who hails from Knoxville, Tennessee, recently sent me a photograph of the entrance sign of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Notice
the telling phrase on the sign: "AN INTERNATIONAL BIOSPHERE RESERVE."
This means that, under the United Nations Biodiversity Treaty, a precious resource_owned by American citizens for over 200 years_has been turned over
to the UN's bureaucrats for control. Yes, you and I will continue to pay taxes for the maintenance and upkeep of the Great Smoky Mountains National
Park. But we no longer own it. Now, the UN has ultimate jurisdiction. This alone is startling evidence that the once independent nation-state known as
the United States of America is going out with a whimper and not a bang. Our sovereignty is coming to an end.
As a consequence, across the U.S.A., our parks and wilderness areas are slowly being closed to the public. Roads inside the parks are being grazed
over. Mountain passes and hiking paths are being blockaded. "No fishing," "No hunting," "No trespassing" signs are being erected everywhere on
public lands. Entrance fees are being jacked up 100%, even 500% higher, to keep American families out of their own lands.
World Heritage Sites are designated under a treaty to which the United States is a party, entitled the Convention for the Protection of the World
Cultural and Natural Heritage, which was adopted at the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in
Paris on November 16, 1972. Although the United States no longer participates in UNESCO(1), the U.S. Department of State in conjunction with the
National Park Service and other agencies, administers the program. Sites continue to be added to the 22 already-designated parks, buildings and other
sites in the United States.
Both cultural and natural Heritage are protected under the treaty. Although national sovereignty is an issue of concern in all designations, the
experience of private property owners indicates that it is the resource designations which pose the potentially serious detriment to their private
Under Article 2 of the Convention, natural heritage is defined
Here is a list of all Propeties.
UNESCO's WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE ACTIONS: Yellowstone National Park has now been designated as a "World Heritage Site in Danger." Adul
Wichiencharoen of Thailand, head of the World Heritage Committee said, "certainly the forest areas around Yellowstone belong to the same ecosystem.
All these lands must have protection so their integrity is not threatened."
Wichiencharoen stressed that he respected U.S. sovereignty, however as a signator to the 1972 World Heritage Convention treaty, the U.S. has a duty to
preserve the Yellowstone ecosystem across administrative boundaries. Similarly designated were Glacier National Park and Carlsbad Caverns and its
In a "Bozeman Chronicle" report, Senator Conrad Burns of Montana is reported as stating; "It is astonishing that a group of extreme
environmentalists can invite a few folks from the United Nations to circumvent laws that Americans and Montanans have worked hard for and lent their
voices to." Burns expressed fears the committee "would also seek to put a halt to activities in the park such as travel by motor vehicles as well as
to create a buffer zone around the park that would run roughshod over private property rights.
1972 Treaty Grants the United Nations Control Over American Historical Landmarks
The Founding Fathers would be shocked to learn that some of their successors have given control of key American sovereign territory to other
Through an international treaty, the United States is allowing the United Nations and its member countries access to and control of American soil - in
particular, our historic buildings and treasured wilderness.
LAND GRAB here.
Undeterred by the will of the people, the Clinton administration continues to work closely with the UN to implement its secretive, pantheistic agenda
of global governance through a host of additional programsall designed to strip private property rights from landowners and revert much of the
American landscape back to its natural wilderness condition. Only through prayer, factual documentation and direct action by citizens can this agenda
be exposed, then stopped.
Looks like the UN is a major player.
Here is atleast one more link.for now.
Millions of Americans will flock to the country's national parks this summer. Dazzled by nature and history, will they notice the missing signs,
crumbling roads, or disappearance of park rangers? Facing what some people warn is a "crippling" budget shortfall, many national park
superintendents are being asked to consider cutting their ranger staffs, services, and visitor center hoursand possibly even closing down completely
on certain days.
Keep the Statue of Liberty Free: An Argument for Congressional Oversight of U.N. Land Designations in the U.S.
by Amy Ridenour
This Independence Day more than most, our Statue of Liberty has special meaning.
With its flame of freedom overlooking the site of the World Trade Center complex, the Statue of Liberty eloquently symbolizes the characteristics for
which Americans are most known: our love of freedom; our commitment to self-government, our resistance to foreign threats and oppression.
Too bad the Statue of Liberty itself is under foreign domination.
That's because the Statue of Liberty, like 17 other sites in the United States, has been designated as a U.N. World Heritage Site under the auspices
of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO). A U.N. World Heritage Site is a cultural or natural landmark that
receives international protection under the terms of the 1972 World Heritage Treaty.1
Last year a United Nations-designated panel, at the behest of the Clinton administration, called for the creation of uninhabited "buffer zones"
around several U.S. national parks. Since then roughly two dozen U.S. parks and preserves, covering millions of acres of public land, have been
included in the plan.
Now, however, new plans to expand these zones are in the works, and the outrage has reached a near fever pitch among experts who say these
U.N.-designated sites are merely attempts to "globalize" huge portions of the United States -- with taxpayers picking up the tab.
There is no longer any doubt that the NWO ( and UN and Third Way) are taking over the United States. This is being done slowly and systematically
through such coverts actions as destroying our Constitution through manipulation of Congress and taking control of our public lands. The extent is
becoming alarming. Just browsing down the Uhuh Opening Title Page will provide a vivid and alarming scenario.
[Edited on 25-4-2004 by SpittinCobra]