Archives for May 2013

Federal Court Finds Conspiracy, Orders USFS and BLM to Reinstate Hage Grazing Permits

Lib­er­ty Scene (Lib­er­ty and Prop­er­ty Rights Coali­tion) reports a land­mark deci­sion for ranch­ers in the Hage law­suit in the fol­low­ing press release. PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5.29.2013   Fed­er­al Court Finds Con­spir­a­cy, Orders FS and BLM to Rein­state Hage Graz­ing Per­mits (RENO, NV)  Fri­day, Chief Judge Robert C. Jones of the Fed­er­al Dis­trict Court […]

Unhappy Green Economy: People + Planet = Profit — Natural Capital explained

Sum­ma­ry: The ‘triple bot­tom line’ mea­sures peo­ple, plan­et and prof­it; this forms part of each of the For­tune 500’s com­mit­ment to sus­tain­abil­i­ty, and is often referred to as ‘ESG’, or envi­ron­men­tal, social, and gov­er­nance report­ing. It is now a legal require­ment in many coun­tries for com­pa­nies to report their effects on soci­ety and the envi­ron­ment. Instead […]

Assess, Monitor and Control or Fusion Centers — Part 5

Sum­ma­ry: Fusion cen­ters advance the tenets of Agen­da 21, Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment by assess­ing, mon­i­tor­ing, and con­trol­ling us.

Technocracy And The Making of China

Sum­ma­ry: Whence came Chi­na? This arti­cle gives you a clear his­to­ry of what we saw back in 1978–79 when Tri­lat­er­al Com­mis­sion­er and Nation­al Secu­ri­ty Advis­er Zbig­niew Brzezin­s­ki nor­mal­ized rela­tions with then-Com­­mu­nist Chi­na. No, Chi­na didn’t just hap­pen! It was care­ful­ly planned and orches­trat­ed!

Unsustainable Sustainability

Sum­ma­ry: Every elec­tion cycle can­di­dates deceit­ful­ly run on plat­forms of job cre­ation, pub­lic safe­ty, and a beau­ti­ful envi­ron­ment, because they know that’s what peo­ple want. Once in office, being fol­low­ers rather than lead­ers, they suc­cumb to ready-made tem­plates prof­fered by ICLEI and relat­ed orga­ni­za­tions. Con­sti­tu­tion­al­ly, it is patent­ly wrong, even trea­so­nous, for an elect­ed offi­cial […]

Local School Boards Are Being Replaced, Stripped Of Power

Sum­ma­ry: “The Com­mon Core Stan­dards” includes a per­­for­­mance-based test, aligned to the new stan­dards. Near­ly iden­ti­cal leg­is­la­tion is appear­ing state by state and is in all prob­a­bil­i­ty writ­ten by the Amer­i­can Leg­isla­tive Exchange Coun­cil (ALEC) or The Coun­cil for For­eign Rela­tions (CFR) who have now joined with the right polit­i­cal orga­ni­za­tions try­ing to con­vince cit­i­zens […]