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1. TREATIES AND OUR SOVEREIGNTY -
“Agenda 21 Treaty on the Horizon” by Henry Lamb
First few paragraphs from the noisyroom web site document:
Environmental Law (ICEL)
“While liberal journalists continue to claim that Agenda 21 is just a conspiracy theory being advanced by right-wing crackpots, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the International Council for Environmental Law (ICEL) have released their fourth Draft of the International Covenant on Environment and Development. This document was designed from the beginning to convert the soft-law non-binding Agenda 21 into firmly binding global law enforceable through the International Criminal Court and/or the dispute resolution features of the Convention on the Law of the Sea.
Two excellent analyses of this document are available here and here. Read the entire 242-page document here. [note: “here” denotes a hyperlink on the Lamb document at noisyroom web site]
Few people understand that it is standard operating procedure for the U.N. to issue a massive non-binding policy document to test the water and make adjustments to its plans before introducing the real, legally-binding treaty. For example,, the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a soft-law instrument, was the precursor to the two 1966 U.N. Covenants on Human Rights.... “
The FreeRepublic thread commentary is info-packed with links and cogent analysis, as one might expect.
2. NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - KLAMATH RIVER
“Fish or Foul on the Klamath River” from AFPCalifornia
Utube video is the source document:
“The Department of Interior plans to destroy four dams on the Klamath River in Northern California so salmon can swim further than 180 miles up the river. But these dams provide water and flood protection to thousands of humans who also live along the river. Clean energy from these hydro dams supply electricity to 70,000 residents in the area. Despite a lack of scientific evidence that dam removal will help the fish, or any study on the human impact of dam removal, the DOI is pressing forward to have the dams destroyed...”
Lots of good commentary on FR thread.
3. WATER RIGHTS - WESTERN US
“’Existential threat’ to Western U.S. states (FedGov wants water rights)”
WND.com ^ | May 14, 2012 | Bob Unruh
“The Obama administration has launched a new battle over water rights that threatens not only the the economies of arid Western states, which largely voted against him in the 2008 election, but their very existence...” SNIP
God help us. Thanks to all for your interest and efforts to wake our friends and neighbors to the dangers.
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