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Wetlands Banking and Mitigation…


Kyoto protocol flag

After the Kyoto agreement in Japan 1997 and entered into force 2005, it became a free for all for countries to mitigate their polluting ways. It also was a green light for Non-government agencies to run amuck developing the laws and policies for legal methods to take land. This included coercion, regulating even forcing fines on land owners that might be interested in selling their land for the purpose of conservation. Each time a policy or law was questioned, within weeks the policy would be changed, in order to support the green cause for the purpose of buying (taking) land. During this time countries around the world worked with the US to mitigate land for wetlands. Putting conserved land into a wetlands bank in order to mitigate polluting companies in say China, Japan and other countries. This was to meet the Kyoto Protocol.
The Non-government organizations include but not limited to The Nature Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, American Rivers, Sierra Club, The Audubon, National Wildlife Fund, Friends of the Earth, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. This list is endless. The money involved is enormous.

Every one of these groups that work to conserve habitat use unimaginable amounts of money. They all receive money from donors. Donors that actually believe that you and I cannot and do not know how to take care of the land.  NON-profits also receive money from the Federal Government in the form of GRANTS. Lets say they want to buy a piece of property for conservation, they receive a grant for $200,000.00 for the acquisition of a piece of property. They have four years to buy the property after being awarded the grant. During the four years they have all administrative costs are theirs up to  and equal the amount of the grant (federal government money). Air quality, water quality, endangered species, EPA, BLM,  Army Corps. of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife, Environmental & Natural Resources, and many others that ACT like minor players. The money flows unabated.

wetland bank

The need to conserve land (habitat) to reduce green house gas emissions for the purpose of saving the planet. Since the US is a developed country is a primary country to reduce these emissions. In order to do this land must be conserved to lessen human destruction of natural habitat of flora and fauna. These groups and organizations fully believe that man(human) is the destructor of the planet and must be removed from the land in order to leave the land pristine. For this purpose Wetland Banks were set up in the US in order to  offset CO2 emissions in other countries.

Japan, China, India, South Korea, and many other smaller countries were allowed to purchase wetlands credits in the US. The money went into land purchased that were put into the banks. This was called Carbon Credits. The pollution continues in these countries but the land continues to be taken in the US.

In the case of Oregon it is just plain land taking for profit with the offset of carbon credits for the purchasing country. This allows them (other country) to be in compliance with the Agenda 21 (2030).

sabe grouse habitat

Mitigation Banking:

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Examples of Agenda 2030 (21)…..

Contracted consultants putting forth visions for cities making high density housing all for moving people out of rural areas. The high density housing will replace a nice rural communty that produces food and bright children with identities. The high density cities remove individual identities, creativity and disention. This is a step to move the population to areas that can control the people. Watch the following youtube videos to see whats happening in California.



The planning bords are making it difficuld to use your car. They want you to get out of your car and ride bikes. Also live and work on the same block. so there is no need to use any transportation. California is moving forth at a rapid rate. Brown wants to be the one and only that leads the world implementing the UN Agenda 2030.

All these videos are eye openers to those that don’t want America completely tranformed.

Look at the SANBAG association of governments

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Agenda 21 is now Agenda 2030. What does this mean for you and me?

Agenda 21 is a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development. It is a product of the Earth Summit (UN Conference on Environment and Development) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992.

The following is taken right from the The UN website

21 August 2015: The President of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Sam Kutesa, circulated a draft resolution to transmit the outcome document of the UN Summit for the adoption of the post- 2015 development agenda to the UNGA’s 70th session, for adoption during the Summit. Kutesa further informed Member States that he will convene a plenary meeting of the UNGA to take action on the draft resolution. The UNGA meeting will take place on 1 September 2015, in New York, US.

The Draft Resolution, titled ‘Outcome document of the UN Summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda,’ welcomes the “successful conclusion” of the negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda and the outcome document, titled ‘Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,’ which was agreed by consensus at the informal meeting of the plenary on 2 August 2015. It decides to transmit the outcome document to the UNGA’s 70th session for action during the Summit.

The UN Summit for the adoption of the post- 2015 development agenda will take place from 25-27 September 2015, in New York, US. [The Draft Resolution] [IISD RS Story on the Outcome Document of the UN Summit for the Adoption of the Post-2015 Development Agenda]

Climate Change

At the Climate Summit in September 2014 at UN Headquarters in New York, global leaders from government, business, finance and civil society came together to announce bold commitments to eight action areas in the fight against climate change.

In late 2014, UN Member States are meeting in Lima, Peru with the aim of having a draft universal agreement on climate change on the table to be finalized in Paris in 2015. The new agreement is to enter into force in 2020.

Without urgent action on climate change by the international community, humanity may face a grim future. The fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change called for significant reductions of greenhouse-gas emissions, which have recently increased to dangerous levels, due in part to an over-reliance on CO2-emitting fossil fuels and an under-reliance on renewable energy sources.

Sustained economic growth and sustainable development are dependent on the development of sustainable energy sources.  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Sustainable Energy for All initiative brings together top-level leadership from all sectors of society (governments, business and civil society).  The goal of this initiative is to transform the world’s energy systems by ensuring universal access to modern energy services, doubling global energy efficiency, and doubling the share of renewable energy sources in the global energy mix.


All of this is set forth in order to mandate this agenda now. Agenda 21 was just a planning phase. It is now serious game on for planners to push the American people over the poverty 3rd world edge. Absolute sustainable development.

California suburbs are being forced into implementing plans for big seven story small apartments and less car lanes and more bike lanes. The plans are to force people to get out of their cars and bike or walk and use busses for their transportation. They are reducing parking to force people to not use their car. One step to social re-engineering. See Covina,  and Upland.

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Save the Columbia River or are they?…

Yes the water is reddish brown
Yes the water is reddish-brown

Untill this week the beginning waters of what flows eventually into the Columbia River was not defined as a creek that needed to be cleaned as part of the Butte Superfund cleanup.

In short the EPA argued that a section of silver bow creek was a “metro  storm drain”. This “metro storm drain”which in fact is part of silver bow creek flows thru an area with mine tailing that are far more toxic than most of the tailings area that have been cleaned. The EPA decided that for some reason water does not flow year round in this section of the creek that it is just a runoff drainage ditch. When snow melts it IS full of water.  This very same runoff water flows freely down silver bow creek into the Clark fork, then to lake Pend Oreille and into the Columbia River. This water is full of toxins and heavy metals.

Now you can look at the diagram and see that originally the creek received water from the pit. Today people deny that the water comes from the pit. Why then does the storm drain only have water from runoff flow in it and during summer time it appears dry.I find it very fascinating that people have bought into cleaning up the Columbia River, the Clark Fork and all tributaries that flow into each of these rivers. If you look at history (back to Lewis and Clark expedition)

OverMap_BSBC5year_FigsPend_Oreille_River_MapI don’t know about you but I would think that cleaning the bottom of the car is counter productive if you haven’t cleaned the top first. Or maybee clean the top of the window before you clean the bottom of a window. If you don’t clean the top first gravity pulls the dirt down in water and you have to clean the bottom again. Maybe I am to logical when it comes to how you should clean something. Maybe that is why they are cleaning all the tributaries that flow into the major rivers. In this way if(IF) there is an accident (right) then all the clean water will dilute the bad water before it reaches the ocean.

If the pit spills? then silver bow creek and the clark fork and lake Pend Oreille then the Columbia river will look like the Animas River!

Animas River after mine waste spill
Animas River after mine waste spill


Why spend so much money (taxpayer money) buying up land for conservation. Why work the public into a fervor to clean the rivers? Why prey on the public sentiment and victimology to gain access to land and more money? If only to ignore the original headwaters to the Columbia River? The EPA says that the water is not deep enough to be concerned about. The EPA want to wait till the depth gets precarious then they will do something about it. But they really don’t have a real clue because they say we don’t have the technology!

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Eco Systems have rights…

Can you believe this?
They , whoever they are, have been fighting for the right to have an eco systems “Right to Exist” just like you and I as humans. So, at this point, if it does become law, then if you or I do something like walk on the wrong plant you could be jailed for “killing” part of the eco system. What if your kids are playing in the woods, like they do, then the family could be in bug trouble. A family could be completely devastated, paying huge fines and or having the children taken away from them for allowing your kids to abuse an eco system. Read the following links to get an idea of what they are accomplishing in the ecology movement.

right to exist watershed

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Agenda 21 Outline

A good breif outline of Agenda 21.


Agenda 21 Outline.

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Water, Water, everywhere not a drop to drink….

Why do you think that the EPA, Water Quality, Save the fish people, Save the bird people are all on board with water rights and property rights issue. Because that is where the control of the people is. If they have complete control of every drop of water in the nation let alone the world they can control the people. The Agenda is to move people into the cities or more populated areas so they can control how we treat nature there is a move on to get areas of our nation into, ” no walking zones”. These zones are currently called Biospheres. This way the natural environment can thrive (in theory). But it will be about the rich can go do their thing on the no walk zones. This is not a conspiracy theory this is real. Read the whole Agenda 21 booklet, then educate yourself on the UN and their plans.

Every one is kidding themselves if they think that the ecology groups under the guise of  Water quality, EPA, Endangered species act, Air Quality and other governmental organizations are here to help the people live better lives. These organizations have been hijacked by the same people who are taking land from the people. Just look at the Cliven Bundy situation. Don’t just read the story on him, look behind the scenes and see what is happening around him and 100 miles away. Follow the money behind those scenes and you will see what is really happening.

Snake river Idaho
Snake river Idaho

I have actually seen the plan of an ecology group, their plan is to buy up 200 acres both side of the Snake River from mouth to headwaters. They are patient and exacting. They have a plan and they WILL carry out their plan no matter what it takes. They are not ethical about it. They are not honest about it. They, being the NGO’s that work to change nature laws to benefit them.

This is NOT a Right or Left issue. This is not a Carter, Bush, Reagan, Nixon, Clinton or Obama issue. This is a much larger issue. The different administrations have just implemented little pieces. The latest administration is young enough and have been indoctrinated enough, to believe that the save the planet issue is the most important. In order to implement a UN Agenda to the United States there is a constitution standing in the way. So what better to do indoctrinate a generation into thinking that the world leaders know better know how to save the planet, so wipe away the constitution to implement world laws.

Tax the dickens out of urban areas and it will empty out. Fine people for building on their own property and people will not buy land. Regulate what can be grown on your own land and people become leery. Make the land so expensive and no one but the big boys(girls) can buy.

There is a plan and children your children are being indoctrinated into it. The uninformed are being indoctrinated. The ignorant are being indoctrinated. The American people are being kept busy trying to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table are being indoctrinated.

Cities across the nation are doing the sustainable thing to indoctrinate the people into a plan that will control them for the greater good. WHO’S GREATER GOOD? is the question everyone should be asking.  Why did the landslide take place in Washington state and kill people? Why is the Katrina money not rebuilding New Orleans? Why are people still waiting on the money for the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.


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Berkley Pit, the EPA and the Columbia River…

A little brief history for those of you that do not know of the Berkeley Pit and the effects on the Columbia River.

I thought it was bad enough that the Army Corps of Engineers wanted to dredge the river and dump the spoils on the crab grounds outside of the mouth of the Columbia River.

Living in and around the mouth of the Columbia River we were victims of the save salmon bunch, who by the way is implementing the Agenda 21 charter, I saw the fervor and nasty fighting about the health and welfare of the river itself and the fish. Oh by the way it is never really about the fish or animals or insect or plants,it is about big money. Not just at the highest corporate level, it is also, about the one on the ground, that is paid by grant money.

You see, the way government moneys work “if you don’t use it, you lose it”. This means that if you acquired a grant for $10 dollars you best use all $10 or the next grant cycle you will get less. That also means the one person hired specifically with the grant money will also lose their job, because the money will not be there for them to work.

The NGO (non-governmental organization)work on the Columbia River has been working for nearly 20 years with this idea in mind. You use it or lose it then you lose a paid employee. Then those with the money no longer spend money in the community. Then those people need to move to find another job in their expertise. Boy sounds bad considering these are the same people who think small communities need to have their lively hoods taken away in order to save the what ever.

berkeley pit

Now we look at the Berkeley pit. You ask how does the pit related to the Columbia River? Very good question, especially since it is located in Butte, Montana. The Berkeley pit is a big pit created by mining operations that date back to 1955. There was mining on the hill dating back to 1864 first gold then silver and the big money-maker copper. The pit is a mile wide by 1/2 mile long and 1780 feet deep. The soil has been leaching minerals for years into the water in the pit. The water that is heavily acidic (2.5 pH), about the acidity of cola or lemon juice. As a result, the pit is laden with heavy metals and dangerous chemicals that leach from the rock, including copper, arsenic, cadmium, zinc, and sulfuric acid.

Keep in mind if the pit spills it’s water, where will it go??

Now enter the EPA. The Columbia river has been one of the main rivers on the EPA and UN radar. It is a big river and is a main source for electricity for the northwest. It supports large shipping in and out to the world. What has taken place at the mouth of the river is a fervor to make the river as pristine as it was when Lewis and Clark lay on the logs during a long winter storm. The EPA has given every regulation that is needed to take land, clean land push out the nominal land owners in the name of cleaning the environment.

EPA and the Berkeley pit is a conundrum. The EPA has announced that the water in the Pit will not be pumped out and cleaned until  The water level is at 5319 the critical water level is 5410 above sea level. The critical water level number means this is when they(whoever they are) will start-up the water treatment plant to empty the pit or at least reduce the water level. The treated water will be released into Silver Bow Creek that empties into the Clark fork that empties into Lake Pendoreille that then empties into THE Columbia river.

The problem with this is the potential for sloughing kind of like calving with an iceberg. The soil surrounding the pit becomes unstable due to weather and other man-made conditions and it sloughs off falling into the pit. The water displacement is at a potential enough level to spill out of the pit. Kind of like sticking your hand in a full bucket of water, what happens to that water?

In the mean time they are telling the people of Butte that the water treatment is not needed until 2023.  BUT preparations to bring the plant online will start in 2019, at which time they will reevaluate the situation in case new technology is available to implement.

What I think and other experts have also stated is that the water cannot be treated enough to bring it up to drinking standards and EPA really doesn’t know what to do. So the smoke and mirrors have been giving them time to maybe come up with a process to actually treat the water.

The areas in and around Butte, Montana have been the largest Superfund sight in the country for 30 years. Much of the soil cleanup is nearing completion. This means the many employed working on the soil cleanup will have to move on. The next phase of work is the water treatment. Currently the EPA is waiting, why? Could it be they have no idea how to treat the water? Could it be they really do not want to spend the money on water treatment? Or could it be the simple “Use it or Lose it” theory. Let the water contaminate the creeks and rivers, the soils and the people. All of a sudden it becomes the biggest Superfund sight again. The money flows and every who might have lost their job are now on for another 30 years. Yay win win right?

Ask yourself what will happen to the Columbia River, Clark Fork, Lake Pondereille if in fact the water from the Berkeley pit begins to flow into these waterways. For 30 years these water ways have been being cleaned. The money that has been spent to mitigate fish, wetlands and big business has been in the billions. Frankly if they let the water flow they(NGO’s, Army Corp of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife and others) need to give us back our farm and compensate us for  the grief of losing it to them in the first place. The cleaned rivers and soils will need to be cleaned again. More land taken for habitat and more land mitigated for fish, wildlife and plant life. (More land taken) and for what because they(EPA) couldn’t see the snowball effect dealing with a Superfund sight or maybe they actually did see it?

columbia river at sunset

Relax everyone BP is in charge, 50 thousand barrels a day for weeks spewing into the gulf, when asked about it “its a big ocean I’m going sailing” the BP CEO Tony Hayward. And of course our top CEO in charge of the EPA is golfing. All is well.



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How the EPA separates landowners from their properties

This is an excellent article about Endangered Species Act (ESA) and how water plays a big roll in what EPA is doing. BLM is employing thes very same techniques. All of these same techniques have been being use by Land Trusts and ecology groups all across the west.

The PPJ Gazette

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On April 7, 2001, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation ignored state and federal law in the name of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and stopped water to more than 200,000 acres and some 1,400 canal-irrigated family farms near Klamath Falls, Oregon, plunging the community toward bankruptcy and devastating families.
Why? Because the bureau said two species of bottom-feeding suckerfish and a Coho salmon, in a reservoir the farmers depended upon might be “affected” if water was released during the current drought.

35600_1thmThe ESA had already been used to cut off water to a group of California farmers, causing their crops to dry up.
In Colorado, the forest service threatened another agricultural operation with a by-pass flow that would have resulted in an 80-percent loss of the dry-year water supply from a key reservoir, with a direct economic loss of between $5 and $17 million.
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100 year flood plain…

How many people know what the 100 year flood plain is? Do you know where your hundred year flood plain boundaries are? FEMA utilizes these zones to identify the flood plain for flood insurance. The boundaries are also used to identify wetlands.

Wetlands are not always defined by an individual interpretation of a wet area that stays wet year round. It can be defined by an area that has standing water for a time. It can be defined by an area that is flooded during a freshet. The floodplain defined by a sudden flood can be used in the 100 year floodplain definition.

This kind of definition does not make any sense to you or I, the common person, owning land or observing nature. Yet the EPA defines it this way. The following is an excerpt from the “Economic Analysis of Proposed Revised Definition of Waters of the United States” It is from page 9:

One category of benefits includes goods and services that a proposed action or activity One category of benefits includes goods and services that a proposed action or activity generates. Although potentially easier to identify than other categories, these benefits may or may not be easy to measure or ascribe value. In terms of protecting waters, an example benefit might be supporting fish and shellfish populations in downstream waters as well as protecting the waters themselves. Ponds, streams, and wetlands provide habitat for a robust and diverse assemblage of organisms that are necessary to support the whole aquatic community structure and ecological function. Some associated attributes may have market value (such as the fish themselves) and some may have non-market value (such as biodiversity).
Benefits also include costs avoided. Costs avoided represent what you don’t have to pay because of the action you have taken. For example, floodplain preservation prevents costly damage from frequent flooding. Although dams and levees are built to control potential flooding,altering the natural hydro-logic regime contributes to the potential for flooding. Waters affected by this proposed rule store water and slow down its movement across the landscape. When these systems no longer perform this function, the potential losses from flooding may increase.
You will notice that emphasis has been put on market value and cost. This cost is not only to EPA for permitting but also monitoring of the public once a permit is given. Then of course with Agenda-21 the American people will have to have their profits monitored by EPA as well.
In the case of wetlands the 100 floodplain can change dramatically depending upon what organization you are talking to. If it is an NGO then the zone has one set of boundaries. If you are talking to big corporation that can throw money at development the boundaries look very different. If you talk to FEMA (a GO) the boundaries look again very different. Each set of boundaries will be set to support each organizations objective.
 An example of this type of boundary definition comes into play in many land sales or building permits. One example is a private citizen has a perfect piece of property. A big corporation comes in and talks big money to said private citizen. Private citizen chooses not to sell the land. All of a sudden the land is worthless, because it has been defined as wetlands. It wasn’t defined before but now that private ownership is enjoyed by said owner.  The land is now wetlands and wetlands should be protected, after all. This now means private owner cannot develop his/her own land. The corporation now swoops in and says, we’ll take that worthless wetland off your hands. Land owner throws up his hands and says okay we’ll cut our losses. Said corporation buys low and then sells high or proceeds to develop the land any way they want.
The corporation then buys into a wetlands bank, to mitigate the wetlands they are now developing. In some cases these corporations eminent domain the property. Just compensation is paid to the owner, sometimes.
In all cases of wetlands the EPA will be the monitoring agency, they will be the defining agency and will be the controlling agency.
grays bridge wet
This is wet!!!!
This is dry!!!
This is dry!!!
EPA is taking every drop of water under EPA control and Army Corps of Engineer control. This is no more prevalent than the latest EPA move to define a puddle as something that should be defined as wetlands. It also is prevalent in the rain tax in Maryland and Illinois.