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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Just Compensation…

The original intent of just compensation was exactly that. A Just-ified compensation for an eminent domain-ed property. This meant that going rate for property in the immediate area was paid. All assets of the property were taken into account. Develop-able and, timber, mineral rights, water rights all accounted for a compensatory asset.

Stated in our Constitution in the 5th Amendment that property shall not be taken without just compensation. It does not anywhere says compensation it states “Just Compensation”. Just compensation is “Fair Market Value” .

In today’s environment of takings the buyer seems to think that fair market value is the lowest price they are willing to pay. This is not “Just”. It also is not ethical or morally right. And in the case of big business should never be allowed to happen. The takings that are happening today are immoral done, unethically done and plain not justified. I have first hand knowledge as to how the non-profit groups do this. They will first enter an agreement usually verbally that they are willing to pay a set amount. In our case we set a price for our property. Then the group enters into an appraisal period to see what the “fair market value” is. This value is based on other sales in the are f equal property asset, in simplistic form. In the case or our property the non-profit had been operating in the area for some time and had appraised several other properties in the area lower than actual value which then lowered our property value. These same properties were base on other non-profit purchases. Get the picture. No timber was taken into account as value on the land. No develop-able property was taken into account. No improvements were taken into account.  The value of a potable water creek had no value. River frontage had no value. The barn and house had very little value.

The appraiser that was used  just so happened to be a big donor to the non-profit NGO that wanted our land. The same donor hired appraiser had already appraised other properties in the area. These same properties were used to identify  comparable properties to identify value. I see this as collusion. It may be,  completely legal, to conspire in this manner, but no matter which way you see it, this is still unethical and unfairly using the law to screw the public and TAKE land.

 

Public disclosure Stillaguamish and Grays River…

Just like the bureaucrats to know of a problem and purposely not fix it. But of course they did the proper studies and they announced the problem. They even told the public about the study. A meeting was held and at the meeting it was announced that a geomorphologist accomplished his study and his finding where that something will happen from the problem. The NGO’s and GO’s do this all of the time.

Now that I have confused you enough or given you an enigma let me tell you a story that will help put all these statements and questions into perspective.

First point of interest all someone must do is a report to the public. Like for instance to make something like a prenuptial agreement legal, activate the legality of the document you must publish it. Make it publicly disclosed.

On any study, done by public funds (tax payer dollars), the study must be published and disclosed to the public.

Now we come to the enigma. Certainly meetings are held to announce that the study has been accomplished and can be found on this or that website or you can pay to have it sent to you. Sounds good so far doesn’t it?

Well, bear with me, a little. When we were in our last months in the Grays River Valley, a study was done by a Geomorphologist. The purpose of the study according to the people living in the valley(those that were paying attention) was to define how the river will live.  The study was done in seeking solutions to the severe flooding that was taking place in the valley. I attended the meeting that announced the Geomorphologist findings.

The Geomorphologist took me aside at the conclusion of the presentation and told me his findings on the Grays River. He announced to me that the river will be “straightened out.” I do not know why he told me unless it was because I wrote for the local paper. I never put this in the local paper. If the river were to straightened out it would take out some homes and severely reduce the property of others. The flooding that will take place when the river does do this will be devastating. It would be okay to those in the know tho because a few homes are okay. It meets the greater good of restoring the salmon to the river. The restoration of salmon habitat is the most important factor. It does not really matter to the “save the whatever groups”. If it meets the need then it was needed to take out some homes.

As long as the report is published somewhere it absolves them of responsibility. After all they “told the public”. Even if the publication is obscure and unreadable with convoluted terms, nothing has to be straight forward.

Urban development is the biggest and worst threat to salmon recovery. This has been clearly stated in all  “salmon recovery plans” across the nation. All means to convince land owners that conservation is the key to sustainable development.

What they won’t tell you is that natural disasters work well in their plans. They have complete plausible deniability when a disaster takes place.

I recommend to anyone who wants to get to the bottom of this disaster that you research what land has been put into perpetuity for stewardship by an eco group.?

RECOMMENDED READING:

http://snohomishcd.org/streams-plants-and-wetlands/CREP_InfoSheet_2sided.pdf

http://snohomishcd.org/streams-plants-and-wetlands/NFWFCURBFlyer.pdf

http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/1123/Stillaguamish-Watershed-Salmon-Recovery-

 http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/washington/newsroom/the-nature-conservancy-in-washington-nature-conservancy-receives-1-mill.xml

http://www.forterra.org/where_we_work

http://www.conservationregistry.org/projects/111562

 

 

Trade off…

Anytime there is a controversial plan for something related to energy the ecology groups and earth-firsters come out in droves. They will create an environment of controversy enough for the different companies to bend a little. They (big companies) have their own requirements when doing any project. The biggest one is their mitigation plan. In plain English how much land will they set aside to offset the amount of land that they use for their project along with how much land will be affected by doing business. If they don’t buy land outright to put into conservation themselves they may donate the money to a mitigation bank that is being steward’s by a trust (i.e. non-profit). Mitigation banking was established in the early 90’s, to satisfy a U.N. policyon environment. Makes it real easy for big business to satisfy EPA policy just pour some money into a NGO that stewards land???

I saw this take place live on the Columbia River. This issue started with need for the Columbia river to be dredged. The Columbia River normally gets dredged for maintenance. This time was different, they said that the river needed to be dredged deeper than ever before. Now why would it have to be dredged deeper. Then the announcement was made, if 4200 acres of ditched a diked flood plain was returned to the lower Columbia estuary, then it would be safe to dredge the river.

The 4200 acres was to save the salmon. The purchasing of land for salmon recovery took off like a rocket. This would make it sustainable for salmon. (see the word sustainable).  For the next 5 years NGO’s working with GO’s started every project they could dig up, to save the salmon. They also bought land like crazy, (only if they could buy it for nothing) even with unethical business practices, to get it.

With save the salmon moneys 4200 acres did not have to be purchased, as long as 4200 acres of floodplain were returned to the lower Columbia estuary. Often times this meant buying a piece of land and creating a flood plain that also flooded other Peoples land.  This accomplished big business moved in and announced the building of a Liquid Natural Gas terminal(for the loading and discharging LNG in bulk). The LNG ships needed the river to be deeper. The land that was flooded all on the Washington side of the river. And FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)chose the location on the Oregon side , for the terminal. Trade off, Trade off, Trade off.

The mitigation plan complete for the LNG terminal and how much land would be affected by the LNG ships as well as the operation of business at the terminal. All is safe for the fish and everything is then sustainable.

Water rights….

While we the American people have been focused on Obama Care or whatever care you call it, the ecology people have been hard at work maneuvering to take our water rights.

My husband and I always talked about the fact that none of the endangered species acts, regarding salmon, was never about the fish. The hidden agenda was controlling the water rights of the American people,

If this growing agenda and movement withing the GO’s continue, you and I will have to pay for every drop of water that flows on our lands.

The control of every drop of water is evidenced in the “Rain Tax”:

In 2010 the Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency ordered Maryland to reduce storm-water runoff into the Chesapeake Bay so that nitrogen levels fall 22 percent and phosphorus falls 15 percent from current amounts. The price tag: $14.8 billion.

And where do we get the $14.8 billion? By taxing so-called “impervious surfaces,” anything that prevents rain water from seeping into the earth (roofs, driveways, patios, sidewalks, etc.) thereby causing storm water run off. In other words, a rain tax.

The EPA ordered Maryland to raise the money (an unfunded mandate), Maryland ordered its 10 largest counties to raise the money (another unfunded mandate) and, now, each of those counties is putting a local rain tax in place by July 1.[via the The Gazette]:

Another move by the EPA to force different entities to control water. A move to control every drop of water all across  the country.

The state law is kind of squishy. It can be spent to build and maintain stream and wetland restoration projects. And, of course, a lot of it will go to “monitoring, inspection, enforcement, review of storm-water management plans and permit applications and mapping of impervious surfaces.” In other words, hiring more bureaucrats to administer the rain tax program.

It can also be spent on “public education and outreach” (whatever that means) and on “grants to nonprofit organizations” (i.e. to the greenies who pushed the tax through the various levels of government).

Yet the tax does not apply to government entities only private citizens, no-profits and religious properties.

This local compact is not just in your backyard, it is nationwide. This is a larger agenda from the UN. The ultimate goal is to control the people. If you control the water you control the people. We all know water is important to sustain life. Our bodies are made up of 57% water. Big business operate under different rules than you and I do. If they add the right taxes to the ecology movement can utilize the water resource anyway they want.(If it is beneficial and sustainable anything is okay).

In the meantime the government manipulates the press to focus on a single controversy so the American people do not pay attention to how property rights,  water rights, and other freedom rights are being taken away.

I must deviate..from the norm and tell a story!

I must deviate from my story to share a little something with you about something that sticks in my craw. The deviation is not to far from the ultimate point I will be making in my story, about losing American land, yet you must know just how it works ultimately. The systematized method of taking land and lifestyles.

The other day we were driving around a town looking at houses. Not for the reason of purchasing,  just to enjoy the architecture of old homes. Many yards and their landscaping with flowers and structures adds the character of every house. We do enjoy looking at the old Victorians , craftsmen and other types, thrown in each neighborhood. Some of the newer houses are nice, they seem to lack the character of the well-built older homes. Anyway back to my deviated point, we were driving around and found a big beautiful mansion. It appeared to have a wedding party enjoying the luxury of the facility.  The well manicured lawn gave the mansion a look of a centerpiece a portrait of the history  of such a jewel.   The wedding party added to the scene, children playing all dressed up in their finery. Gentlemen respectfully watching, as they played.  It was not hard to imagine, the home, owned by a prosperous gentleman in the late 1800’s.

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The mansion as it sits today in all its glory

Low and behold the next day, reading the Sunday paper there it was, the mansion. The city had put the mansion on the open market and four offers had been made. The mansion held an important history of the city and it had been purchased to avoid demolishing this old relic.  The city had held possession of the mansion for about 10 years and had invested a great deal of tax payer money. More renovation is required.  One offer was reasonable,  other offers were no where, near the total investment by taxpayers. One offer stood out, in my mind, raising a big red flag to me. The group appeared to be a Water Conservation Group.

Let me put the wording from the article in:

” We see the need for a center dedicated to catalyzing the efforts of multiple groups working in different parts of the human/natural landscape,” the group’s proposal states. “The center, for instance, might aid the city (  ) in supporting a group of citizens to assist in the focus on its current essential water conservation initiative,”

MIGHT?     WHAT?      Now can you tell me what exactly is planned for this mansion? Could you decipher THIS?  What is “human/natural landscape”? What exactly is it and how does it play into water conservation? Why would the water conservation, want to buy a mansion, that is used by so many, to make memories?  What does this historic mansion have to do with water conservation? And why would the tax payers fork out money to the water conservation district to buy the mansion again?

Frankly if you were to look at the United NationsRio Declaration on Environment and Development” and Agenda 21 you would start to see a pattern. The sustainable development and the environmental life saving programs are just ways to talk above your head and think that all these caring people are there to help you the citizen. If you really are a citizen of the United States and would love to keep the freedoms that we all share in this fine country, you might want to research the big picture and what it means to you in your town/city.

What I have just told you, gives a little taste of what I will be getting to in my story….. to be continued…..

If you have any comments on my questions or just a comment about unobtrusive statement you have read I would love to hear them?!