So what happens, every day we get more reports like this: TOWARD A WILDERNESS , a recent and revealing article in WorldNetDaily, written by Henry Lamb, a key executive in both Environmental Conservation and Sovereignty International.
And this one is a shocker.
Apparently the â€œmanagementâ€ of 73,270,583 acres of U.S. land is being plannedâ€”-how far along this territorial grab is, we donâ€™t yet know---by 34 non-Americans elected by, you guessed it, the United Nations. You didnâ€™t know that? Donâ€™t feel bad. Neither did most of our Congressmen.
And thatâ€™s only half the story.
This vast acreage is just a small portion of a global network of 411 similar acreages that will the U.S. Biosphere Reserves, or â€œzones of cooperationâ€, as itâ€™s euphemistically called.
These zones will connect with other zones through â€œcorridorsâ€ of wilderness. The Great Smokey Mountain National Park is one such designated corridors. The Mexican border vicinity is another. And also the to Yukon area.
â€œThe ultimate objective,â€ said Lamb, â€œis to convert as much as half of the land area of the United States to â€˜core wilderness areasâ€™ managed by government; and off-limits to anything human.
Oh, excuse me, there is a bit of latitude for human activity: the UN land manipulators visualize â€œsustainable communitiesâ€; islands of human habitats surrounded by wilderness, if you will.
Now thereâ€™s nothing wrong with land conservation; and all living things need a place to call home. But America hardly needs the United Nations to advise us on our land use; and we certainly donâ€™t need their help in dividing it up. Weâ€™re not called the â€œunitedâ€ states for nothing.
Utopias with no humans beings allowed. Itâ€™s a plague in progress. But thereâ€™s a remedy. The way to get the United Nations out of the United States is to get the United States out of the United Nations.