The Incestuous relationships between Environmental NGOs,Tax Exempt Foundations and elected/appointed public officials
Tuesdays program will look at the Non-Governmental Organizations and Tax Exempt Foundations that are at the heart of the radical environmentalism driving sustainability policies. These policies threaten the cornerstone of American liberty; private property. For the past 2 weeks we have been focusing on the attacks on the small farm and ranch heritage that exemplifies American individualism. Over the past 50 years we have seen an intense and growing attack on rural American lifestyles from Federal and State Land Agencies that seem far more interested in promoting radical environmentalism than defending citizens rights, private property, and rural lifestyles. These attacks on private property were thrown into hyperdrive at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit and the subsequent policy whitepaper called U.N. Agenda 21. Globalist President George H.W. Bush signed his pledge of support on behalf of the American people to a program that openly promoted Marxist policies antithetical to American independence. Two years later President Bill Clinton, through Executive Order, created The President’s Council on Sustainable Development that implemented these radical policies throughout the Federal Agencies despite a vote of 98-2 against passage of the Sustainability Treaty by the U.S. Senate as required by the Constitution. Sustainability and sustainable development guidelines currently influence 95% of all new Administrative Agency regulations.