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Klamath River Dam Removal Secretarial Determination Process

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News Release

November 18, 2011
Contact: Matt Baun (530) 841-3119

Comment Period for Klamath Dams Draft EIS/EIR Extended
Comment Period Will End on December 30, 2011
The following statement was issued today by Dennis Lynch, Program Manager for the Secretarial Determination on Klamath River dam removal, regarding the extension of the public comment period for the Draft Environmental

Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR): 

“The decision to remove or retain four Klamath River dams is of immense importance to the many Klamath Basin communities.  In addition to the peer reviewed science and the environmental analysis, public comments on the Draft EIS/EIR is also an important and critical component in shaping this decision.

The Department of the Interior and the California Department of Fish and Game listened to the numerous requests to extend the comment period on this lengthy Draft EIS/EIR and determined that it is in the best interest of the public to give additional time to review and comment.

 Therefore, we have extended the comment period through Friday, December 30, 2011.”
Information about submitting comments on the Draft EIS/EIR can be found at KlamathRestoration.gov.   

Direct Web Link:
http://klamathrestoration.gov/sites/klamathrestoration.gov/files/statement%20comment%20period%2011%2018%2011.noon.pdf

Dam Liars, Crooks and Killers

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By Cassandra Anderson
September 9, 2011

Agenda 21 is the action plan to implement the UN Sustainable Development for total control and depopulation.  The Wildlands Project is the blueprint to scrape humans off of 50% of America’s landscape through “rewilding”.  Beneficial dams are being destroyed in the name or rewilding or restoration, using phony environmentalism to achieve these UN goals:

  • Human geography: herding humans into areas of water availability, as it   is essential for life
  • Depopulation: when water is cut off from farmers, this affects the food   supply
  • Water rights: massive water rights re-allocation hangs in the balance (the Colorado River may be up for grabs)
  • Hydro power dam destruction: collapse of energy infrastructure to return to a primitive existence
  • Private property: land use & value are drastically changed when property is turned into a swamp or desert
  • Federal control: centralized control over resources follows UN policy
  • Smart Grid: overwhelming and centralized control that is inefficient and open to sabotage

For details on the direct links between Agenda 21 and dam demolition, watch Dr. Michael Coffman’s excellent video here. More

HR 5088: Minnesota gears up to fight land and water theft

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NATIONAL WATER & CONSERVATION ALLIANCE

St. Paul, Minnesota – Vancouver, Washington

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St. Paul, Minnesota
October 6, 2010
(612) 558-2859     
don@nationalwaterconservation.org


A Clean Water Fallacy
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Don Parmeter

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     There are several disturbing aspects about H.R. 5088, America’s Commitment to Clean Water Act, authored by Minnesota Congressman James Oberstar and introduced in April.
There’s the bill itself, arguably the biggest federal power grab in American history, given the proposed change in language to the 1972 federal Clean Water Act.  Mr. Oberstar’s bill would replace the term ‘Navigable’ with ‘Waters of the U.S.,’ which would include: all waters currently used, used in the past, or susceptible to use in future commerce; all interstate and international waters; and all other waters and their tributaries, including intrastate lakes, rivers, streams, mudflats, sandflats, wetlands, ponds, meadows and sloughs. More

U N SEEKS CONTROL OF PLANETS DRINKING WATER

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Imagine you are among the forth generation who have lived, hunted, farmed, and raised children on six hundred acres in any state, and now the wells on YOUR land that have provided life giving water to you and your ancestors belong to the world and are controlled by the state.

If you are one of the bean heads that believe it should be that way, please stop reading here.

As for me, I am going to keep trying to convince people to fight this kind of evil until the jackbooted grunts they send after me stomp out my life. Life without freedom is not worth living. 

James P. Harvey

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By NWV News writer Jim Kouri

September 28, 2010  © 2010 NewsWithViews.com

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This past week was a busy one in New York City’s United Nations building. Besides the speeches by Iran’s president and the U.S. president, there were meetings and conferences regarding the future of planet earth. While all eyes were on the speeches and pomp and circumstance of world leaders, the denizens of U.S. newsrooms ignored what one observer termed “The Mother of All Power Grabs.”

The United Nations General Assembly is considering a historic resolution recognizing the human right to “safe and clean drinking water and sanitation” initiated by the Bolivian government. Other UN members have been consulted on the resolution and the final text is expected to be presented to the President of the General Assembly.

In a letter sent today to all UN Ambassadors and permanent missions, global water advocate and Blue Planet Project founder Maude Barlow urges a decisive and swift passage of the resolution. 

“This would be one of the most important things the UN has done since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” says Barlow, who chairs the boards of the Council of Canadians and Washington-based Food and Water Watch. In 2008/2009, Barlow served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the UN General Assembly.  More

McWhinney Burgers Anyone?

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By Barbara H. Peterson

Farm Wars

If Wyoming’s Representative Sue Wallis gets her way, the answer to the question “What’s for dinner?” will be

“Why horse of course!”

From the horse’s mouth, so to speak:

Representative Sue Wallis

PO Box 71, Recluse, Wyoming 82725

Letter to the United States Congress, and to the State Legislatures

I am writing to ask you to avoid legislation that would further impact the private property rights of livestock owners, including horses, to market their animals, or to transport them for any purpose, including for their processing to be used for food. Read more…

Barbara H. Peterson

Prepare for the Most Dangerous Session in Congress

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    Liberty Matters | Sept 1, 2010 –

    The final weeks of the 2010 second session of the 111th Congress could be the most dangerous in our history.  In view of the current outlook for mid-term elections, this may be the last chance Senator Reid has to push through Cap ‘n Trade, the Clean Water Restoration Act, the Wildlife Corridors Act, the CLEAR Act, and Food Health bills that will strangle the farming industry. 

    The Senate will reconvene September 13th and adjourn October 8th.  They return after the election recess on November 15th and work until the week of Thanksgiving.  Then work continues in December.  While these bills can be brought up any time during the critical days ahead, our property rights and interests are most vulnerable during the sessions following election. 

    This issue of Liberty Matters has been prepared to give you a heads up on the key anti-private property bills we expect to come up for passage during the final quarter of this critical year.

Read the list of the most threatening bills including the CLEAR Act and the Fake Food Safety bill, S.510 here…. More

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