Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Obama's White House Rural Council - ICLEI, UN Agenda 21 - #3012 - Does the New White House Rural Council = UN's Agenda 21? - The Blaze (2) New Presidential Executive Order Calls for Rural Council/Agenda 21 - Shenandoah Valley Tea Party Patriots (3) Public Meetings Set for George Washington National Forest Plan - The News Virginian

On June 9, 2011, President Obama signed his 86th Executive Order, and almost nobody noticed. President Obama’s E.O. 13575 is designed to begin taking control over almost all aspects of the lives of 16% of the American people. Why didn’t we notice it? President Obama created something called “The White House Rural Council” (WHRC). Section One of 13575 states the following: Section 1. Policy. 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. These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources, and are essential in the development of science and innovation. .......... 
Virtually every aspect of rural life seems to now be part of the government’s mission. And while all of the items in (b) sound like typical government speak, you should be alarmed when you read the words “nongovernmental organizations” (NGOs). NGOs are unelected, but typically government-funded groups that act like embedded community organizers. And NGOs are key to Agenda 21′s plans. Continuing: (c) coordinate Federal efforts directed toward the growth and development of geographic regions that encompass both urban and rural areas; That one sounds very similar to the language found in the United Nations plan for sustainable cities known as Agenda 21. Managing the population in both rural and urban areas, with a focus on controlling “open spaces.”.....The United Nations has pushed their sustainable development program for almost twenty years. The UN’s “social justice” blueprint called Agenda 21 requires governments to control almost all aspects of an individual’s life, but has recently met with substantial resistance in America. Since The Blaze covered this topic and the story appeared on Glenn Beck’s Fox TV program, we have been inundated with reports from around the country about efforts to remove ICLEI and Agenda 21 from local governments.  Read entire article.........  AW: Here is another organization to watch, they will try to rename it and try to implement this 'sustainable agenda' any way they can sneak it thru. **I have contacted Robert Hurt's office regarding this Executive Order and will be posting any more information I receive regarding this.  They were already aware of this White House Rural Council Executive Order and have been receiving calls and emails regarding this order.
*Link to Barack Obama's Executive Order establishing this White House Rural Council.......

New Presidential Executive Order Calls for Rural Council/Agenda 21 - Shenandoah Valley Tea Party Patriots - President Obama released a June 9th Executive Order calling for the establishment of the White House Rural Council. Some twenty-five government agencies and councils, including the Justice Department, Treasury, Defense, EPA, Energy, Education, Health and Human services, and Homeland Security, are mentioned as participants in this Sustainable Rural Communities/Agenda 21 unconstitutional sham. This program purports to address economic development and health issues in rural America. "Howdy, Ma'am. We're from the government and we're here to help."  This Rural Council program is another government wolf in sheep's clothing, financed by you, the taxpayer. Click on the White House link above to view the Executive Order. Shenandoah Valley Tea Party leadership will need all of our members to get involved in pushing back on Rural Councils and other threats to life, liberty, and property in our rural communities. Our July 19th Staunton monthly Tea Party meeting at the Staunton Library will feature two Agenda 21 speakers.


Public Meetings Set for George Washington National Forest Plan - The News Virginian - Public meetings are scheduled this summer concerning draft management plans for the George Washington National Forest.  The proposals focus on management of 1.1 million acres of the forest over the next 15 years in 13 counties in Virginia and four counties in West Virginia.  Issues addressed in the plan include management of drinking water that flows into the homes of more than 260,000 residents, road access into the forest, the future of timber harvesting, gas and oil drilling, wind energy development and the health of forest wildlife.  The nearest forest plan meetings are set for June 22 in Woodstock, June 30 in Lexington, and July 18 in Verona.  The U.S. Forest Service is accepting public comments on the plan through Sept. 1.  The agency recently published its preferred plan, which would add 9,000 acres of wilderness at Little River in Augusta County, and additional wilderness acres in the areas of Ramseys Draft, St. Mary’s and Rich Hole.  Read more......

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