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Originally posted by Another_Nut
reply to post by frazzle
hey mr mayor of oklahoma city (and new co-chair of Smart Growth America's new Local Leaders Council) what do u think about sustainable development and smart growth?
“The individuals participating in Smart Growth America’s Local Leaders Council come from many different walks of life, from different kinds of towns and cities, and from diverse political backgrounds. But we share a common interest in creating jobs, attracting sustained economic development and making great places to live,” Mayor Cornett said. The Local Leaders Council shares and promotes effective policies and programs with fellow elected officials across the country. The Council supports those who are implementing smart growth strategies and advises Smart Growth America about how state and federal decisions affect local communities.
nothing these people do surprises me anymore
what does surprises me is the fact people do nothing about it.while arguing which puppet will be less evil to them., which master less cruel.
edit to add creepy nwo agenda 21 mayor video
edit on 2-11-2012 by Another_Nut because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by frazzle
well....hate to break it to everyone....but water will be the new oil.
Water is something that you cannot replace. The way real estate laws are, and the concept of "mineral rights" separate from "land rights", it was ripe picking for them. Look into owns water supplies.
People tend to be concerned with local politics. People don't often realize that local politics are intimately intertwined with politics of the UN. This effects every citizen that belongs to a UN member nation. Who's pulling the strings? Who is the Illuminati? Who is the shadow government we all loathe and fear? I believe It's the United Nations.
well....hate to break it to everyone....but water will be the new oil. Water is something that you cannot replace. The way real estate laws are, and the concept of "mineral rights" separate from "land rights", it was ripe picking for them. Look into owns water supplies.
I believe at this point, the average person can't do much about it, considering all anyone does is talk about it. I think we just have to wait and see if the UN will be a driving force for good or evil, but as power corrupts indefinably, it will be hard to tell who is on what side. All I know is that if gestapo comes knocking at my door, I will greet them with a pleasant, "# RIGHT OFF".
All I know is that if gestapo comes knocking at my door, I will greet them with a pleasant, "# RIGHT OFF".
ou're correct about that assumption regarding our water. With fresh water reaching levels of very short supply, and even higher demand, it will be very costly. In war terms, as well.
I hate to break it to you...but Oxygen and Hydrogen are the two most plentiful elements on the planet.
If you dig a pond on your own property without a license, and the pond fills with rain water, the state now owns that water. Oh, and apparently you can go to jail if you decide to keep it.
He was fined $1,500, and sentenced to 30 days in jail for illegally storing rain water on his property. Gary Harrington is going to spend time in jail because he dug three ponds on his property that were capturing rain water and snow runoff that the state of Oregon says would otherwise go somewhere else.
Originally posted by sirjunlegun
Go buy an RO machine! Shut Up! End of story!
The document predicts that by 2030 humanity's "annual global water requirements" will exceed "current sustainable water supplies" by forty percent. Absent major policy interventions, water insecurity will generate widespread social and political instability and could even contribute to state failure in regions important to U.S. national security.
The National Intelligence Council (NIC), which directed the intelligence community-wide assessment, looked most closely at the strategically important states that cover “the geography between the Nile and the Mekong, where there was a clear intersection of U.S. national security interests and risks to water availability,” said Yost.
Such a response is particularly justified in the context of water insecurity, a dilemma that afflicts scores of countries, including the author’s United States. In the parched American West, New Mexico has only 10 years-worth of drinking water remaining, while Arizona already imports every drop. Less arid areas of the country are increasingly water-stressed as well. Rivers in South Carolina and Massachusetts, lakes in Florida and Georgia, and even the mighty Lake Superior (the world’s largest fresh-water lake) are all running dry. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, if American water consumption habits continue unchecked, as many as 36 states will face water shortages within the next few years. Also notable is the fact that America’s waterways are choked with pollution, and that nearly twenty million Americans may fall ill each year from contaminated water. Not to mention that more than thirty U.S. states are fighting with their neighbors over water [already].
Originally posted by Summerian
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
You hate the UN because the owners in USA wants you to hate the UN.
The US establishment dream of global empire (*) and the UN is a real problem in making this happen. So US citizens must learn that the UN is THE problem. Your "free" (privatly owned) media is working overtime to make this happen. (Like it was when winning over americans for the war when giving the US illegal invasion of Iraq the 2 - embedded journalists, WMDs and the link to al qaeda.)
This is indoctrination.
The UN stands against War, imperialism, colonialism and exploitation. So you can see how corporate USA has a problem here.