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Never Relinquish Property to Environmental Organizations!

 By Nancy Levant 4/16/05

A land trust set up shop in a small town just 15 miles south of where I live.  I attempted to get an article in that town’s newspaper to explain the land trust scams, stakeholding, environmental land grabbing, and the like, but lo and behold, the newspaper’s editor said my arguments were “opinions,” and not facts.  No, no, no, no, no (and he also called the head of the land trust by his first name).

No matter what they tell you or how convincing they seem to be, never, ever give up any property to any environmental organization, land trust, or stakeholding group.

The small, rural villages of our nation, the one’s nestled in the hills and dales of our farmlands, are susceptible to land grabbers.  Most people who live near to and support farming and ranching communities are less likely to be aware of the plotting and scheming eco-enterprises that are sweeping across America on high speed.  These communities are susceptible to trained eco-facilitators who come into their towns and tell citizens they have arrived to save their farmlands and watersheds from development and urban sprawl. 

Why are the small bergs susceptible?  Because most small newspapers carry little to no national or international news and focus predominantly on hometown news, and it is critically important that small town America, and their predominantly Christian communities, understand the eco-conservation mission to remove farms and farm land from the farmer.

Land trust organizations will tell you there are plans in the making to destroy farms.  They will tell you that they know for a fact that “suburban development” is targeting their land.  They will tell you they know that streams and natural springs on local private property are being polluted by industry.  They will tell you whatever it takes to get you to agree to have your farm land “protected” by historical designation, for ecological sanctuary, for a beautiful park, for your grandchildren, for a thousand other reasons – but the bottom line is this:  they want the deeds to your land.

Land trusts operate with next to no regulation or oversight mechanism.  To date, there are 15,000 to 20,000 of these unregulated land trust operations in the United States, and no one or organization, to date, has been able to get an accurate count of the acreage they have actually taken from American families.

I suggest to you the following – do a computer search by typing in the name of your town or county and state, followed by the words “land trusts.”  You can also try your town or county and state, followed by “The Nature Conservancy.”  You will discover that eco-land grabbing is operating absolutely everywhere in the United States.  To understand why they are taking American acreage and watershed systems, you have to understand the conservation hierarchy and management system.

Near to the top of the management system is the United Nations.  The U.N., through approximately 40 years of meetings, conferences, and treaties with approximately 180 countries around the world, including the United States, has become the world’s land manager.  It now dictates land use policies including water use – globally.

The U.N. created a document called Agenda 21, which defines a plan to ready the world for global governance under the U.N.  Knowing that the world’s countries were not going to want or appreciate the loss of sovereignty and culture, the U.N. had to come up with a method to impose global governance that would create the least global chaos.  The method they chose to use was global, ecological crisis.

Beginning in the 1960s, the U.N. began a mission to advertise a global environmental doomsday scenario.  They partnered with the world’s most radical environmentalists and their organizations to impose wild environmental doomsday claims into every country who had signed globalism treaties with the U.N.  These doomsday scenarios were not and are not based on scientific evidence much less proof.

The Nature Conservancy, the largest land trust organization in the world, and The Wildlands Project partnered with the U.N. and began to orchestrate plans to take approximately one-half of the entire North American continent’s land and watershed systems for use as uninhabited nature sanctuaries.  People were to be removed from massive tracts of American, Canadian, and Mexican land, and were to be relocated into what Agenda 21 calls “human settlements.”

In the 1970’s, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) created a program to manage all the world's natural resources on a contrived and crisis-level basis. UNESCO's program is called Man and the Biosphere (MAB). A biosphere reserve is an eco-region or a huge tract of land of that is confiscated and set aside for the preservation of nature and natural resources.  Human ownership, visitation, and economic activity are eliminated from biosphere areas. 

To date, in the United States, there are at least 47 U.N. Biosphere Reserves, and with the help of The Nature Conservancy and many, many of our government agencies and departments, many more biosphere areas are being nominated for take-over.  The biosphere areas are then surrounded by conservation “corridors,” and then the corridors are re-surrounded by “buffer zones.”  Corridors and buffer zones serve one and only one purpose – to keep people out of the Biosphere Reserves, and all biospheres contain massive watershed systems.

Next, the U.N. and their largest conservation organizations needed foot soldiers who would go into areas they wanted to confiscate and convince citizens of all three countries to give up their land for suffering nature’s sake.  Some of their foot soldiers are elected politicians.  Some are smaller land trust organizations.  Some are governmental organizations like the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Forest Service, the Department of Agriculture, universities, science organizations, and many others.  And equally, an interconnected, complex, bureaucratic funding system was created to support their foot soldiers.  Many of their organizations are non-profits.  They enjoy governmental grants from complicit elected eco-players and many actually receive donations from the world’s largest philanthropic organizations that highly desire the financial benefits of globalization. 

These non-profits also benefit from the multi-millions that we, the people, donate to them because we have been tricked into believing they help to keep over-development out of our communities.  So, please remember this – thousands upon thousands of American acres have been purchased by land trust organizations with money we’ve given to them and also with our tax dollars that support complicit government agencies and organizations.  The land grabbing is a terrible, sick joke upon American people – sick, very planned, and very insidious.

One of the primary premises of the U.N. Agenda 21 plan is that global governance is impossible if people are permitted to own private property.  And equally, you cannot make all the rules for all the world’s people if all the people are not on the same social level.  And that is, in fact, the goal of the U.N. – to restructure global society and to level the financial playing field of all global citizens.  No one can be above or beneath another financially.

But what about business and corporations?  Where do they fit into global governance?  They fit in at the very apex of the global governance pyramid.  The largest corporations in the world, very much in cahoots with the World Bank and World Trade Organizations, will become the new world monarchs, as you can well imagine, with every world citizen as their equally needy customers.

But how, you may ask, could they possibly control the world’s people if people do not want their borders and cultures dissolved?  That’s where control of all land and water comes into play.  He who has and controls all land and water, globally, can and will control all people.  If you have no rights to land and water, you are totally reliant on those who allow you to live on it and to have food that is grown on the land they own.  And you are totally reliant on those who allow you to have what all human beings must have to survive – fresh water.

To end, let me also say this – another agenda item for global governance is religion.  The Judeo-Christian-Islamic traditions are to be dissolved and disallowed.  I have read documents that state that the parental teaching of these religions should and could be considered as child abuse.  Religion is to become globalized, as well, into a form of Pantheism, or belief in nature as deity.  This is why you have been reading so much about the strange refusal to allow Christmas in schools and the Ten Commandments to be publicly displayed.  This is why prayer was removed from schools and why Judaism is constantly attacked.  And this is why Islam is almost always now reported as terroristic.  The world’s primary religions are slated for extinction, just like private property and water rights.

This is what we face, and this is why conservation has become the enemy of all sovereign nations.  Understanding that this sounds like another doomsday scenario, just like the eco-doomsday scenario, I ask that you check my story for yourselves.  I will end this article with many links so that you can begin to understand what has happened and why we must refuse, as people devoted to our country, our values, and our way of life, to ever give up our land.  It is at least a minimal estimate that more than half of the United States has been taken over by U.N. land grabbers, and it may, in truth, be much more than half. 

I also ask the American people to trust their instincts.  We all know that something is terribly wrong when we read the news about our public schools, our borders, our politicians, our judges, eminent domain, land trust organizations, privacy, and our rights under our Constitution.  Everything is wildly and strangely different than it was 20 and 30 years ago and the reason why is one – global governance.

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