Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center

A must if you want to know what is happening to the sea life in the Pacific Ocean.

Source: Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center

One NGO down…….

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Climate Institute, a previously well funded climate NGO promoting support for the Paris Agreement and other climate causes, has announced it will close due to lack of money, after a failed call for philanthropic donations to keep their doors open. Climate Institute to shut due to lack of philanthropic […]

via The Climate Institute to Close — Watts Up With That?

Weighing in on Standing Rock…..

Not being against the pipeline I did have some, reservations no pun intended, about the route of the pipeline and the possible,  I repeat the possible encroachment on reservation land. I think the  aggressionfrom the feds upon the protesters was to much. So I kept my  eye on what was happening.
The protesters were protesting an environmental possibility. The possibility of a potential pollution of water. The protesters were all up in arms that the pipeline might, I repeat, might pollute the water.
Now that the pipeline is going forth, the protesters have left the sight of a makeshift camp,  of a population in the thousands. People came from all over to support the protest of this would be polluting project.

unused food just left behind...

unused food just left behind…

I must now express my disgust and disappointment in the protesters. Just like other long-term protests that have taken place,  the aftermath is a garbage dump.
The environmental impact on the water supply is disgusting. The human waste is appalling. The tents and tarps and food waste, sleeping bags, blankets, foam pads, plastic totes, containers, styrofoam coolers, cardboard boxes of supplies for living. Large burn barrels, piles of firewood for warming tepees and cooking fires. The unused cases of canned goods and water. The list goes on….

Then as if environmental impact wasn’t bad enough as the protesters leave they set fire to this garbage.

The burning of some of this makeshift camp is a much larger impact than a pipeline that carries oil. The Alaska pipeline (Alyeska pipeline)has been in use for 40 years and has been running pretty smooth. It put 70,000 people to work.http://www.alyeska-pipe.com/TAPS/HistoryDesignConstruction

You make the call but my take is that this was and example of serious hypocrisy!!??

I do beleive the indigenous people were used for someone elses agenda.

Is this something you want????????

 

 

 

 

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Image result for Un Agenda 21 Depopulation Map

 

https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/Agenda21.pdf

https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/outcomedocuments/agenda21

http://americanpolicy.org/agenda21/

“Placemaking” or “Spacemaking”……..

 

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I was reading an article in a local paper about a planning conference that took place recently and I had a good laugh. Looks to me like the adults have lowered to a level of childhood dreaming.

Looks to me like planning will no longer be of the people by the people and for the people it will be “of the UN by the UN for the UN”. A neat little organization called the Project for Public Spaces, a non-profit organization that helps communities create public spaces based around the concept of “placemaking.” This organization I am sure came with strings attached (Federal money) and a mandate to follow the procedures and guidelines laid out. This all fits in with social engineering and changing the way people think about our government officials and what they actually do.

These nice feel good measure might include reclaimed chalkboards to put into a park. Other feel good ideas that actually have been implemented are,  public art, community gardens, bike lanes, etc.

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City planning has always been done top down: they announce to the public what they will do, then implement the project. This has been called  the “DAD” approach (decide, announce,defend). But with e the new concept it will be “POP” what the people want (public owns project).

This could include experimenting to see what the public likes. Like a temporary park, for instance, if the people do not like it then scrap it. Put up art and see again, oops maybe not take it down. Little events (of some sort) maybe again the people don’t like it. Now how much money has been spent on trial and error? But according to the “Project for Public Spaces” This is a better way of planning.

But if you do not like it you will be outcast, looked down upon, called ungrateful and maybe even “Deplorable”

More on Agenda 21…Now Agenda 2030…

Source: The Sleuth Journal, by Makia Freeman Agenda 21 is approaching. Communism is coming to America and the world, this time cloaked in green, not red. Private property is under attack. Land is being grabbed by stealth. The US Federal Government is claiming control over more and more land, and kicking rightful owners off their […]

via Agenda 21 – How Would You Like To Be Forced Into A Human Habitat? — sentinelblog

Obama eyes taking control of the Arctic, adding to Monuments Act | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades!

In a well thought out piece, we learn that Obama has eyes on the Arctic. Of course, to remove any opportunity for oil and gas exploration and adding to the larder of government controlled land and …

Source: Obama eyes taking control of the Arctic, adding to Monuments Act | BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades!

Happy and safe New Year!

Thank you to all who have fallowed me and continue to pass on the information that I have written about. Please be safe tonight and have a HAPPY and SAFE NEW YEAR!