National Blueways System
The provision within the National Blueways system for “headwaters to mouth” is the new catch phrase for “waters of America”. Using the tried and true method of renaming an assault on the states to make it sound like a good deal when we know it isn’t, is nothing new. The intent is to take over all water from any source whatsoever.
While the government is planning on blowing out more than 2600 dams here in the US, allowing fresh water resources and reservoirs to flow away into the ocean, we are constantly warned of a water shortage. The excuses for this is that rivers need to be restored to their former states to save some fish that has long ago adjusted to its surroundings.
Since there is in actuality no critical water shortage, one has to be created. This will be done by redefining what is federally controlled water, and, by emptying reservoirs and other water reserves. No dams will replace those blown meaning that all water in that river or stream will disappear into oblivion while your water is rationed. All of this just in time for the installation of SMART Water Meters which will drive your water bill through the roof.
But the issue of water is not about the salmon, or the rivers flowing free or any other environmental nonsense. It is converting all water everywhere to be under the control of the federal corporation to facilitate the LOST treaty, and to convert even simple trade into federal commerce.
The National Blueways Water System appears to be the work of the infamous Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Department of interior, but is actually the intended result of several executive orders from the president. Secretary Sally, as he is often referred to, has been the facilitator of the massive land devastation in the Western States. His plans to “industrialize” the western states have resulted in the decimation of our wild horses and burros, for reasons unknown, the selling off of public lands to private corporations, and of course the whole sale destruction of water and land resources which are in reality, state assets. The Department of Interior, as a privately owned federal corporation, rakes in the profits from this whole-sale plundering of state lands and resources while supplying minimal compensation to county’s and states governments. Of course the state is left with the now devastated landscape and pools of irreclaimable contaminated water. More