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Make Thanksgiving 2012 an ‘Agenda 21 Knowing Thanksgiving’


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Every household should serve up a sizable portion of Agenda 21 and what it’s all about with the turkey and stuffing this Thanksgiving.

There is no better time than between Thanksgiving and Christmas to reflect on your life and where loss of individual freedoms is taking modern society.

You don’t have to go to university to become a graduate of All Things Agenda 21.  The only university courses on the subject are administered by the UN University of Peace in sunny Costa Rica.  All you have to do is Google the United Nations and Sustainable Development for a chilling check on reality.

While dinner is cooking take your school age children outside and show them the innocuous looking, wireless Smart Meter attached to the outside of your house.

That wireless device is a mechanism by which your local utilities commission—under complete control of the UN—knows your every move, right down to how many people are in your place of dwelling.

Phony pirates like Johnny Depp are only the stuff of silly movies.  Teach your children non-Hollywood truth: Real life cutthroat pirates carouse the UN.  Download Canada Free Press (CFP) columnist Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh’s brilliant non-fiction book, U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy.

The more you read, the more you will learn that Barack Hussein Obama did not steal the election.  He didn’t have to.  The United Nations stole it for him before the first fraudulent vote was ever cast.  (America was already being run by UN rule before the election took place.)

Think of Obama as the main draftee for a body that spends most of its time stealing the sovereignty of nations by stealth.

It is not being led off to FEMA camps that should be the main worry of the American population.  Whether it is a house or an apartment, you are already in prison at home—Smart Meter Prison.

As Dr. Johnson Paugh writes in the forward of her book:

“U.N. Agenda 21 has been in the works for decades, spearheaded by environmentalists, foreign individuals, third world countries, and non-profit organizations around the world. In the name of protecting the environment, socialist global governance has been quietly implemented at all levels of government via government grants, public-private partnerships, and EPA regulations involving use of land and water, affecting every facet of our lives. Mandating population re-distribution in the name of biodiversity, re-educating our youth into sustainable everything, green jobs, green buildings, green cars, green energy, urban sprawl control, government bureaucrats from the United Nations and our own elected representatives are going to rezone us, resettle us, reduce our numbers, and tax us into the sustainable community described in the Wildlands Project Map. Forcing us out of cars, into bike paths, light rail, walkways, greenbelts, ever more conservation areas forbidden to humans, urban boundary zones, and high-density areas, U.N. Agenda 21’s 40 chapters will limit the behavior of individuals, organizations, and companies, covering everything we do in life. U.N. Agenda 21 has been implemented administratively with help from ICLEI and little Congressional debate or involvement. Some of the provisions of U.N. Agenda 21 have been included in other laws passed. Presidential executive orders are forcing its implementation at the national level. Our sovereignty is at stake. We must stop U.N. Agenda 21 before it is too late. Every chapter of it violates our Constitution.”

Children love horror stories told by their elders and the ‘Rewilding” portion of Agenda 21 is one horror story you can tell them that is absolutely true.

As CFP columnist Kelly O’Connell wrote last August, “”re-wilding—or returning huge tracts of land to pristine status while restoring all former animal groups—is one of the most dramatically anti-human ideas ever conceived.”

A good lesson for children under the heading “Good Guys, Bad Guys” should run chills down the spine.  United Nations officials—who brand all asking pointed questions about Agenda 21 as “conspiracy theorists”—pay for scientists in labs to reintroduce large carnivores onto the North American continent, Europe and elsewhere.

This is at the heart of their so called ‘conservation’ strategy.  “Wolves, cougars, lynx, wolverines, grizzly and black bears, jaguars, sea otters, and other top carnivores need restoration throughout North America in ecologically effective densities in their natural ranges where suitable habitat remains or can be restored.” (Kelly O’Connell, Aug. 7, 2012).  “Without the goal of rewilding for large areas with large carnivores, we are closing our eyes to what conservation really means—and demands.”

Reintroducing Extinct Megafauna—Pleistocene Rewilding

Perhaps the most jaw-dropping part of the rewilding plan involves reintroducing long-gone American animal groups back onto the North American continent. This could happen in several ways. The first would be to reintroduce former indigenous species who once roamed our land—such as elephants and the (wooly) rhinoceros. The second, reminiscent of a sci-fi movie, would be to find DNA materials to recreate extinct animal groups. For example, under this plan, well-preserved extinct animals—such as glacier-bound woolly mammoths, recently disappeared passenger pigeons, or the La Brea Tarpits’ saber toothed cats could be raised as fetuses from scratch. On this Science Daily published: A Plan For Reintroducing Megafauna To North America:

Dozens of megafauna (large animals over 100 pounds)—such as giant tortoises, horses, elephants, and cheetah—went extinct in North America13,000 years ago during the end of the Pleistocene. As is the case today in Africa and Asia, these megafauna likely played keystone ecological roles via predation, herbivory, and other processes. What are the consequences of losing such important components of America’s natural heritage?

In The American Naturalist, 12 scientists provide a detailed proposal for the restoration of North America’s lost megafauna. Using the same species from different locales or closely related species as analogs, their project “Pleistocene Rewilding” is conceived as carefully managed experiments in an attempt to learn about and partially restore important natural processes to North American ecosystems present for millennia until humans played a significant role in their demise 13,000 years ago.

As to the cloning of extinct magafauna, one writer says this—The Mammoth in Glen Canyon:

French explorer Bernard Buigues and Larry Agenbroad, Northern Arizona University hope that Jarkov Wooly Mammoth sitting inside a 23-ton block of ice will contain flesh sample with some perfectly preserved DNA. That and some proven cloning technology could resurrect a long-gone species.

What Buigues and his team would do is something similar to the process that created the famous sheep Dolly: extracting the nucleus of one adult mammoth cell and inserting it into an empty egg cell. The embryo would then be implanted in the uterus of an Asian elephant, the mammoth’s closest living relative, a surrogate mother that would gestate it as its own but without transferring to the baby any of the elephant’s genes.

Goals of Rewilding

The goals of Rewilding are staggering, summed up at The Wildlands Project:

The Wildlands Project goal is to set aside approximately 50% of the North American continent (Turtle Island) as “wild land” for the preservation of biological diversity.

  • The project seeks this by creating “reserve networks” across the continent. Reserves are made up of the following:
    1. Cores, created from public lands such as National Forest and Parks
    2. Buffers, often created from private land adjoining the cores to provide additional protection
    3. Corridors, a mix of public and private lands usually following along rivers and wildlife migration routes
  • The primary characteristics of core areas are large size (100,000 to 25 million acres), allowing for little, if any, human use.
  • The primary characteristics of buffers are that they allow for limited human use so long as they are “managed with native biodiversity as a preeminent concern.”
  • Moral and ethical guidelines for the Wildlands Project are based on the philosophy of Deep Ecology. (Minimization of personal property and possessions)
  • The platform of Deep Ecology is summarized as follows:
    1. All life (human and non-human) has equal value.
    2. Resource consumption above what is needed to supply “vital” human needs is immoral.
    3. Human population must be reduced
    4. Western civilization must radically change present economic, technological, and ideological structures.
    5. Believers have an obligation to try to implement the necessary changes.

The first line to the childhood song, Teddy Bears’ Picnic:  “If you go down in the woods,  today, you’re sure of a big surprise”  has taken on ominous, real life meaning, far different than when their parents were children.

This Thanksgiving be thankful for all you have left in ObamaLand, keep the Almighty in your family time and teach your children well: The biggest carnivore of them all is the United Nations, a ravening carnivore that feeds on control of every aspect of civilian life on Earth.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.

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