I really cannot complain about where I live at this time. I grew up here and, now, awaiting my husband's retirement from the military, we have at
last returned after being all over the country.
We live about 2000 feet above sea level, on a hilltop, great view, no neighbors, in a wooded area, off the beaten path. 10 miles from "town". We
have a well and a natural spring on our land. After living in everything from a 12x50 trailers to base housing to apartments to modular housing to
duplexes to beach houses to hotels while waiting for housing to open up after relocating.... this we call our dream home, I really can say we can take
a deep breath and thank the Lord.
I'd like to see Agenda 21 try to encroach on our piece of Paradise here... I am all for peaceful resolution of matters. My property is my property,
but I will defend my rights.
Thanks for the post I completely agree with you. TPTB are a bunch of neo-fascist corporatist/elitist scum and they do want a pristine planet free
of us "useless eaters" for themselves and their ilk to enjoy.
They won't be happy until most of us are dead and the rest of us are contained in ghetto style "slave camp" cities to wait on them hand and
People need to wake up and start fighting back now!
This sounds normal enough except they keep using the undefined words "terrorism" and "extremism".
... The new measures announced today, detailed here (PDF - 2 pages, 25 KB), are based on recommendations made by the Homeland Security
Advisory Council's (HSAC) "Countering Violent Extremism" Working Group—comprised of chiefs of police, sheriffs, community leaders and homeland
security experts—on ways DHS can better support community-based efforts to combat violent extremism in the United States.
The "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign—originally implemented by New York City's Metropolitan Transit Authority and funded, in part,
by $13 million from DHS' Transit Security Grant Program—is a simple and effective program to raise public awareness of indicators of
terrorism, crime and other threats and emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper transportation and law
enforcement authorities. ...
I liked it better when community policing was just about crime. I know what crime is. I don't know what terrorism and extremism are.
Here we go...
another UN attempt to tell humans how terrible they are.
Not that I advocate for pollution, killing animals, BP, etc...
but this is a ploy to further the UN agenda of animals over people
and people settlements...
'Major extinction spasm'
They estimate that the Earth is losing species at 100 to 1,000 times the historical average and warn that's pushing the Earth toward its sixth big
extinction phase, the greatest since the dinosaurs were wiped out 65 million years ago.
"We're on the verge on the major extinction spasm," said Russ Mittermeier, president of Conservation International and a field biologist who has
spent decades studying primates and reptiles. "Healthy ecosystems are the underpinnings of human development."
Mittermeier said that in his field, of the 669 different kinds of primates, 49 percent are threatened, largely because of habitat destruction and
Hunting? Really? Wow.
Then, how come 1/3 of extinct species have magically "reappeared" within the last decade? There is a thread discussing that on the boards.
The best way to insure an agenda is through fear tactics. Worked with the Patriot Act. And now we have S. 3081 in judiciary, which would effectively
make posters at ATS "terrorists", subject to jail without Miranda Rights...
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