Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Yellowstone to Yukon

I accidentally went to this site just as I was logging off. I wrote about y2y in an earlier post but I don't remember going to their website. This is very dangerous propaganda and I'm sorry I haven't addressed it properly. Ya have to go see the map. I've driven all through the big swatch of land these folks plan to steal, and it's spectacular landscape, very well taken care of by the locals for thousands of years. How arrogant do you have to be to claim to "ensure" it continues to function? The worst part about all this is the plans to TEACH us stupid locals how to become "better stewards" of the land. Locally, we have WISE offering seminars in the Wrangells area to help us to better preserve the park for global eco-tourism. These are people going in for the pillaging after the war has been fought and lost. They know LA21 is the law now.

They see NO barriers to this ludicrous plan to steal prime real estate for thousands of miles. What a nightmare for all landowners along the route.. the big, fat, wide piece that stretches all the way to the Cascades!!! These communitarian thieves aren't just taking us down one by one anymore... this affects millions of people... millions. Most of whom haven't got the first clue their land was robbed well over 15 years ago. Like vultures in Armani suits, the communitarians arrive on the scenes with their big Idea. Now I know why they outlawed guns in Canada. Those people in Yukon never struck me as wimps, and I hope they find something in common with the rural people in the U.S. Western states before this program develops any further. But the word I get is most people still refuse to believe any of this is really happening. Does this tie into the rumor that 10,000 people a week are losing their homes? Or is that real news too?

How do you spell CARPETBAGGER? S`U`S`T`A`I`N`A`B`L`E D`E`V`E`V`E`L`O`P`E`R.
Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative is combining science and stewardship, we seek to ensure that the world renowned wilderness, wildlife, native plants, and natural processes of the Yellowstone to Yukon region continue to function as an interconnected web of life, capable of supporting all of its natural and human communities, for current and future generations.

http://www.y2y.net/

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Forgot to tell you, a month or so back I testified against the Y2Y bill in front of the Washington House committee. They picked Washington because our legislature is predominately Agenda21 Communitarian, both Republican and Democrat. Bunch of traitors. They figured that once they get Washington, that the Wildlands Project is a shoo-in. We trounced them, the bill died in committee. They'll be back. Rep. Joel Kretz is to be lauded here, my soon-to-be Rep again.

Carpetbaggers! Heehee

Pete

Bobby said...

"...to ensure that the world renowned wilderness, wildlife, native plants, and natural processes of the Yellowstone to Yukon region continue to function as an interconnected web of life, capable of supporting all of its natural and human communities..."

Translation... Human communities are not natural.

Oneness and unity can be achieved only after we are reduced to the status of animals. Such "natural[ized]" humans will be back in the stone age. Technology will be used to keep them there.

Darren Weeks said...

"Wilderness means ... Extensive roadless areas — vast, self-regulated landscapes — free of mechanized human use and the sounds and constructions of modern civilization..."

-- Original mission statement of the Wildlands Project at wildlandsproject.org