Skip to comments.How the Feds Suckered Klamath Basin ( Oregon )
Posted on 04/26/2014 5:06:34 PM PDT by george76
It all started with the sucker fish. The con, that is. I can see it all now. A group of robber barons and their flunkies sitting down at a table and deciding just what ruse they will use to grab all of the water and land in the country, and for Oregon, its the sucker.
Yes, the infamous Klamath Basin Sucker Fish. The fish that evidently, needs both high and low water levels, murky and clear water, and an overdose of federal government interference to survive, even though attempts to eradicate it have failed time and time again. It has also, in a recent development, been declared a revered fish and absolutely sacred by the Klamath Tribes, a subsidiary of the U.S. Federal Government, owned and operated by the United Nations.
the suckerfish, a species of fish that could most likely not be exterminated by a nuclear explosion, could be seen by anyone who knows its nature as threatened or endangered is a real bad, and fraudulent joke.
And if you think that this cant possibly affect you? Think again the next time you hit the grocery store and find that the price of that steak you value so highly has doubled due to the fact that one of the prime areas for free-range cattle grazing near the Oregon/California border has been turned into a desert wasteland, and the hay that comes from the now bankrupt farmers to feed your goats, cows, horses, sheep, and whatever critters you have, no longer exists gone with the water and life that it gives.
Welcome to Agenda 21, and the re-wilding of America, turning productive farmland into desert wasteland, one sucker at a time.
(Excerpt) Read more at farmwars.info ...
When is the last time you went to the grocery store and found that the featured fish was “sucker fish”? It’s becoming more obvious by the day that these non-government and government environmentalists are marrying too closely in the family tree ... even the same limb!
I recall that 9/11 took this off "the burner" otherwise . . . .
Didn’t they also try to list black footed ferrets as endangered?
Same with...prairie dogs?
2013 article on Hage, recently reposted:
Ping to above, w appreciation for your work & dedication, Jeff.
If you would like more information about what's happening in Oregon, please FReepmail me. I lost my Oregon list when my computer crashed recently, so please send me your name by FReepmail if you were on the previous list.
The Klamath Basin also grew large amounts of Alfalfa that is used by dairy and cattle ranches in northern Calif which will also impact the price of beef and milk products
You mean that I am NOT bringing up the average high enough for you?
Lately you’ve been ballasting the average. :o)
Pie are round: Cornbread are square.
Thanks for sharing the results of your bake-off.
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