On June 9, 2011, few people paid attention to the Executive Order establishing the White House Rural Council. It was several days before people started inquiring, prompted by a few articles on Agenda 21, including mine.
This piece of legislation from the Oval Office establishes unchecked federal control into rural America in education, food supply, land use, water use, recreation, property, energy, and the lives of 16% of the U.S. population.
Section 1, Policy states, “Sixteen percent of the American population lives in rural counties. Strong, sustainable rural communities are essential to winning the future and ensuring American competitiveness in the years ahead.”
There is no definition what rural America is. In fact, there are no definitions in this Executive Order at all. I emphasized the word “sustainable” because it is part of the “sustainable growth” plan of United Nation’s Agenda 21. Think of “sustainable” as what is acceptable to the federal government.
Why do we need a rural program? Is this not the ultimate trap to force us into Agenda 21 compliance of One World Government? All rural communities already have education, local laws, state laws, hospitals, and an enviable quality of life.
This order is taking control over our existing executive bodies in the state and local governments. They will do so through federal grants with strings attached, enticing struggling farmers to accepting them as a short-term solution, thus entrapping them into future abdication of property, water, and agricultural land use. The feds are not helping them, they are stepping in to enslave. The government never gives “something for nothing.”
The order promises to “expand outdoor recreational activities on public lands.” The feds have already curtailed access to water use and public lands in many states through EPA regulations or appropriation of land such as in California and Utah. The fact that they are planning to expand land use for recreation is a joke in itself.
The feds will control local governments through supplemental grants that will be hard to reject in times when revenues are dwindling and budgets are falling short of local needs. Local governments will no longer be able to voice opinions and concerns and citizen grievances will be ignored.
Local governments will no longer be able to set policies without feds approval. Cap and trade implementation will be forced in rural areas and nobody will be able to stop it. Land use, public planning, and food production will be regulated by unelected federal bureaucrats who will set quotas of food production, water use, energy use, and land use. Based on my experience and history, central government planning has terrible consequences, causing shortages, disruptions, famine, and even death.
There will be more federal jobs, more political appointees, no elected representatives, at a time when we are broke, cannot afford, and should not borrow more money from China at the rate of 41 cents for every dollar spent.
Agenda 21 is the program of One World Government to de-grow our economy by controlling every aspect of what we do and how we live. In their view, we deserve to be punished for having polluted the globe through our expansionist economic policies that have kept third world countries backwards. No mention is ever made of the corrupt presidents that rule these third world countries who are responsible for the sorry economic state of their respective dictatorships.
No less than 25 federal agencies are charged with total control of rural life:
Why is the Homeland Security Department involved in rural planning and land use? Should they be when they have no oversight, they can do as they please. They answer to Sen. Joe Lieberman only who then reports to the president.
The Domestic Policy Council and National Economic Council will coordinate this executive order. Why do we need to control 16% of the population that lives in rural areas? Because rural Americans still have control over resources, over our food supply, and they are resistant to globalization. Whoever controls the food supply controls the population.
Once rural areas are controlled by the fed, there will be no resistance, and rural life as we know it, will no longer exist. They will target certain regions, town by town, through ICLEI, until we are compliant with Agenda 21 goals, which are to stop energy development, energy use, land use, and conservation of all resources to the point of de-growth, a type of total population control. Once we are enslaved, there will be no mitigated resistance.
The government will work under false pretenses, using Homeland Security with its unlimited power and resources and other departments, through school districts, grants, agricultural associations, farm banks, police, and other local organizations.
Global government is real, it is here, and we are ignoring the signs, the rules, regulations, appointments, Patriot Act, executive orders, and the newly created councils. We no longer have three branches of government, a two party system, checks and balances, the rule of law, justice, or a Constitution that is followed.
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Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh, Romanian Conservative is a freelance writer, author, radio commentator, and speaker. Her books, “Echoes of Communism”, “Liberty on Life Support” and “U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy,” “Communism 2.0: 25 Years Later” are available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
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