Skip to comments.Fish or Foul on the Klamath River
Posted on 05/15/2012 8:41:46 AM PDT by Baynative
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. When their own scientist, Dr. Paul Houser, questions the science - he gets fired.
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People who think this is only about one river, or someone else's problem in a place far away could not be further from the truth.
Please, people. Take the time to stop, look and listen to what liberals are doing to our country and our freedom!
All a part of the plan to take us back to 1887..................
This is a story that is playing out all over the nation. At 4:12 in the video, rancher Rex Cozzalio explains that the basis of the study was a master's thesis done for an anti dam environmentalist instructor. We have dealt with this same strategy in the Pacific Northwest.
Later in the video, County Supervisor Grace Bennett states unequivocally that this is the the playing out of U.N. Agenda 21.
Please make friends and associates aware of what is going on here and ask them to take an interest in what we are facing at the hands of international activists using the environment to seek social justice.
Where's the logic here?
The dams are only a tool. The purpose here is to take control of land, water and people and move everyone into urban enclaves where the government can regulate all aspects of living, education and travel.
Wouldn’t it be cheaper and more effective to build salmon ladders for the fish? I remember reading about these things back when I was in grade school.
It's not about being pro-wildlife, It's about being anti-human.
Much worse than that, I’m afraid.
Check out the links. I am frankly amazed by them. The core disagreement appears to be whether the salmon should have ladders or be trucked around the dams (no, really, I’m not crazy enough to make that up).
And it really is about returning the Klamath to pre-civilization condition regardless of the effects. Humans will just have to move or die.
Just added reason #1,354 to my list of why I moved out of there.
Our Great Lakes Czar (Cameron Davis) is the head of the alliance for the great lakes. Dam removal is their primary goal along with “buffer zones” around all surface water.
In designated U.N Bisoshere reserves the NGOs are pushing for complete control plus buffer zones of up to ten miles where they can direct, limit, or prohibit use or access. ,p>This is much bigger than most people want to admit or care to recognize.
From this thread:
Agenda 21 Treaty on the Horizon
Here is a paper on Integrated Water Resources Management which is taken right out of Agenda 21:
It was used as the basis for the European Framework.
The Army Corps is involved in implementing it:
and the State of CA is rapidly implementing it as we speak:
They will spend Billions to study a friggin snail drter, but not one penny to study what might happen to humans.
Because they don’t give a F.
People moving away and giving up the fight is helping the international activists gain strength.
In Michigan, you’re never more than a mile from a body of water of some type. A 10 mile buffer zone should effectively evacuate pretty much everybody.