At the UN Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro in 1992 a program of sustainable development known as UN Agenda 21 was introduced to an unsuspecting world. This far ranging UN program called for a complete transformation of society wherein private property, individual liberty, and God given (unalienable) rights would no longer exist and mankind would succumb to a totalitarian one world socialist/Marxist government that would control every aspect of our lives from cradle to grave.Western ranchers natural resource producers are targeted for elimination with virtually all public and private lands in the Western US becoming wilderness. This includes lands that have been owned and worked by the same families for 5 or more generations.
The misnamed re-introduction of Canadian Gray Wolves into Yellowstone Park was a scam from the very beginning. The plan was to move breeding pairs of a much larger and more aggressive wolf species from Northern Canada into the range of the smaller and more reclusive Rocky Mountain Timber Wolf that existed in manageable numbers throughout the Western Continental U.S. Most of those native wolves were soon wiped out by the much larger and more aggressive species and we now face a burgeoning wolf population that threatens wildlife, ranching and rural Americans in ways that would have been inconceivable fifty years ago.
The animal rights movement has swung into full gear, and it is no accident that so many of the same people and sponsors promoting UN Agenda 21 are active in the animal rights movement. The United Nations (also known as the Dictator's Club) was organized and founded by communist ideologues, and has been working tirelessly behind the scenes for the past 75 years to promote a one-world Marxist technocratic government. One of their most cherished components in this plan is the animal rights movement. Learn how these groups are using emotion and a very active propaganda campaign to win the hearts and minds of many urban Americans that understand nothing about farming and ranching and think that food and milk appears by magic in grocery stores.