Agenda 21 peaks head out of federal agency in Florida, wants to create new permanent emergency powers (VIDEO/ARTICLE)Submitted by Permaculture Re... on Wed, 02/20/2013 - 18:56
Acting against the wishes of the local city council and worried residents in Kings Bay, Citrus County, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pulled a fast one by proposing new rules last month that would end the controversial summer water sport zone, which allowed fast-moving boats to zoom through Kings Bay, but that is just the surface.
"If approved, all of Kings Bay would become a refuge, and a set of temporary rules posted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service this winter would become permanent. The rules enabled the federal agency to establish closed areas or other rules anywhere in the bay, as situations arise."
"or instance, federal officials can establish temporary no-entry areas lasting up to two weeks if a cold front hits before the manatee season begins, or after the manatee season has closed, to prevent manatees from being harassed in Kings Bay. They're accepting public comments on the proposal through Aug. 22."
the current regulations that exist already helped boost the manatee population by 500% since their inception. regardless, the feds still want the land and actions of the federal agency led to a Tea Party protest and several outspoken critics.
"We believe that (federal regulators') aim is to control the fish and wildlife, in addition to the use of the land that surrounds this area, and the people that live here and visit. … As most of us know, this all ties in to the United Nations' Agenda 21 and Sustainability."
"Agenda 21 is a program, adopted by the U.N. in 1992, to encourage countries around the world to promote only development that does not harm nature. Pundit Glenn Beck and other conservatives have attacked it as an attempt to impose world government's rules on every aspect of American lives. The Citrus County tea party group's website says Agenda 21 is "designed to make humans into livestock."
The local outrage sparked Viacom to pounce upon the cultural dilemma of locals challenging their city councils.
Viacom moved to mock southern style conspiracy theorist rhetoric with emotional hot button pushing mockery. Hiring Jon Stewart, pacifist Jew, Viacom took a segment out of everyone's life to dehumanize the ongoing struggle between lockean Jacksonians protecting the value of their private property and Hobbesian socialists attempting to collateralize more private property into public domains to secure greater lines of credit from monetary authorities.