Skip to comments.Brown names military leader to oversee state parks
Posted on 11/13/2012 2:11:29 PM PST by Selene
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a retired Marine Corps officer to oversee California's scandal-plagued Department of Parks and Recreation.
Brown announced Tuesday that Maj. General Anthony L. Jackson would take the job left vacant when the former director resigned last summer amid a scandal over hidden cash.
A senior parks official also was terminated when it was revealed that employees kept $54 million hidden from the Legislature for more than a decade, even as budget cuts threatened to close dozens of parks.
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Does this make any sense?
At first, I thought they were assigning someone to oversee the government body dumps in D.C. parks.
No. There’s gotta be a reason, “why him?”
Absolutely, and for the same reason The Nature Conservancy put Norman Schwarzkopf on their board. Agenda 21 environmental land use policy is a strategic weapon to be wielded against the people, to keep them penned up in the cities with no escape and the land maintained in such a way that it cannot support them with usable food, water, shelter, or safe passage.
As far as I know, the number of retired military in CA government is zero.
See post #5.
The only thing we do well in California is make sure government employees are well taken care of. We say, ‘Oh, your retired. Would you like a six figure salary to go along with that retirement?’
Don’t worry public. Be happy. It’s your money not ours. HaHaHaHa. Suckers.
and while once upon a time Eisenhower selected General "Jumping Joe" Swing, and Nixon selected General Chapman to head the Immigration agency protecting the nations borders, today Presidents select liberal anti enforcement lawyers and/or politicians for that job.
The message is clear: protect the environmental preserves of the elites from the American people and culture (as carry_okie notes) but do not protect the American people from the unrestricted invasion/flood of alien 3rd world peoples and cultures.
drpix, you will also note the amount of foreign-owned drug production and transit and illegal alien migration within said "connecting corridors" per the Wildlands Project. The enemy has to maintain supply lines you know.
Interestingly, there is a 3,000 year old military logistical counter-measure against siege warfare, fully capable of preserving our liberty via active management of wild lands. It is specified within a single verse in Exodus that has never been translated correctly much less understood until now.
Bookmarked. Do you have the text?
This link might provide some answers/reasons.
The problem with the project is that I keep finding more that is germane to the thesis. Over the last two years I have re-translated Genesis 4, the old Cain and Abel story. It was a very challenging process. Guess what? Same thing. It is in reality a story of how agro-urban civilization assimilates its pastoral brethren (almost all the terms for Abel are plural) to their demise. Lacking management, the land is wrecked. So eventually is Cain's farm. Abel, the soft moist breeze across the grassland, is replaced by Set, the Egyptian god of destruction by dust storms. In effect, the punishment for Cain is war, displacement, and eventual desertification. In my opinion, the story (possibly Sumerian in origin) chronicles an actual geophysical event, a process that now extends from India to Morocco. It is effectively a shepherd's polemic about civilization in general.
There are several problems in publishing all of it. First, it scares the hell out of the people capable of reviewing it. Second, it is multidisciplinary in nature: The various technical types want nothing to do with the Biblical aspects, while the Biblical types want to know that the technical reviewers have had their shot, etc. Finally, the Genesis 4 material is very daunting to read. The analysis of the Hebrew is lengthy and detailed. Most people want a synopsis, but without having an acknowledged expert in the language bless it, they don't want to bother. Meanwhile, those experts would be embarrassed to admit not having recognized this pastoral theme in the text as found by mere me.
Remember: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and David were ALL shepherds. Effectively, our Bible was written by pastoral men of the land and then interpreted by urban intellectual mystics who don't dare deviate from the accepted norm.