One of the most critical of America’s Founding principles is private property. Without our right to private property in the United States, we have nothing. I believe our current administration and their socialistic views seek to destroy private property in America. And like anyone seeking to destroy something precious, the attack will come in a disguise and chip away incrementally. A steady push has already been underway to remove the free market system from America, which rewards success, and to move us toward Socialism, which punishes success, redistributes wealth, and encourages “collective ownership” while promoting the belief of “global dominion.”
The Obama administration will be implementing 68 new regulations per day during the first 90 days in 2013. Many of these onerous regulatory reforms will be directed at small business and agriculture.
How do you destroy agriculture, including the pet industry, in America?
Answer: Regulate them out of business:
– Raise the cost of growing our food and breeding animals.
– Which reduces the total production and availability of food and animals.
– Thereby, weakening the economic structure of agribusiness and the pet industry.
And, while this sounds like fiction, it is very real and happening throughout America courtesy of the United Nations action plan called, Agenda 21.
Agenda 21 was introduced at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro organized by the United Nations. The Earth Summit brought together environmental activists from around the world to deal with the supposed threat from global warming.
UN Agenda 21 comes to us cloaked in the disguise behind the green movement and environmentalism seeking to promote “sustainable” development, which is publicized as conserving an ecological balance by avoiding the depletion of natural resources. Sounds benign, doesn’t it? But when you pull back the curtain, Agenda 21 is eating away at America’s sovereignty bit by bit, like a cancer. Ultimately destroying Americans’ right to private property and moving us toward global governance and a totalitarian state.
Here is just a short list of things that Agenda 21 considers unsustainable: Grazing livestock, meat consumption, plowing of soil, building fences, paved roads, logging and timber, dams and reservoirs.
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