Today, Obama issued an Executive Order to take over the restoration of the Gulf Coast in order “…to effectively address the damage caused by the BP Deep Horizon Oil Spill.
Was I watching a different spill? The damage wasn’t caused only by the oil; much of the damage was caused by dumping and spraying the highly toxic poison, Corexit, which our government refused to stop. The poison killed millions of fish as well as dolphins, whales and crustaceans.
The Federal Government sat on the sidelines for more than five months as Gulf residents lost jobs, homes and self-respect as more and more became sick each day from the deadly toxin, Corexit. The toxin was illegally sprayed on residents, marshlands and habitats. The Administration didn’t act to save the residents, but now the administration is concerned over the ecosystems.
Today’s Executive Order was similar to Executive Order 13366 issued on July 19 to sieze the Great Lakes for a similar purpose, to… ‘restore biological diversity…improve health of oceans, coastal and Great Lakes ecosystems and to support sustainable access to land.” The Great Lakes is overseen by the appointed Great Lakes Czar Cameron Davis, a former Chicago environmentalist.
Protection of residents in both Executive Orders seems to be lacking. Both are considered to be serious violations of property rights.
The Federal Government currently owns more than 30% of United States land and seems to be planning to take more. Military veteran and Blogger, Dave, of “Be A Patriot” points out that this power grab, masquerading as a feel-good, all-American recreation program, comes on top of a separate, property-stealing plan exposed by Rep. Robert Bishop (R-UT) and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) earlier this spring.
According to an internal, 21-page Obama administration memo marked “Internal Draft-NOT FOR RELEASE,” [word] has surfaced revealing plans for the federal government to seize more than 10 million acres from Montana to New Mexico as potential federal “monuments,” halting job-creating activities like ranching, forestry, mining and energy development. Worse, this land grab would dry up tax revenue that’s essential for funding schools, firehouses and community centers. The lives of coyotes, deer and prairie dogs would be elevated above states’ needs to generate jobs, tourism business and energy solutions.
Sounds very similar to what has now happened in the Gulf..placing the life of ecosystems above those of Americans.
All of these takeovers are part of the bigger picture…the United Nations/Obama plan to control all waterways, effectively, stealing land from Americans. It’s called Agenda 21, and it’s being implemented before our eyes.
Can the Cheseapeake Bay,who Cazar is Chuck Fox, be the next land grab?