U.S. NATIONAL PARKS TO BE OFF LIMITS TO AMERICANS
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Date: Sat, 02 Jan 1999 00:27:50 -0700
Quinn in the Morning
From Patricia Neill
At Yellowstone National Park, United Nations' delegates who surveyed the area last year, called for a "buffer zone" around the Park. So, the Park Service is choking off the local economy by refusing to maintain certain highways and by buying up any property available. Of course, there will be plenty available as more and more owners are denied the use of their own private property which causes businesses to shut down and the economy to show.
Inside Yellowstone, the Park Service is shutting down campgrounds as the park is being prepared to become the core of a huge biosphere reserve, as part of the United Nations global plan. Once established, no human activity will be permitted in the area. This represents fulfillment of plans outlined in the United Nation's Biodiversity Treaty - which, though still unratified by the U.S. Senate, is being implemented by the Clinton Administration.
The way it is done is illustrated by what happened to the owners of the Crown Butte New World gold mine, which is OUTSIDE Yellowstone National Park. After being threatened with non-stop litigation that could have lasted decades, the mining company finally agreed to a deal which leaves at least $650 million of known gold reserves in the ground. In exchange, the mining company was given the right to explore other federal lines for mining purposes and paid $65 million dollars ($21 million of which must be used for "environmental cleanup."
Another recent example was Clinton's declaration of Kaiwoporwits non-polluting coal reserves in Utah a "National Monument" by executive order. This "monument" will cost the Utah Public School system alone $60 BILLION in lost education fees. It will cost the future economy of Utah over a TRILLION dollars. The "monument" consists of 1.5 million acres of Utah land which the people of Utah not only did not KNOW was about to be snatched by Clinton as a key part of a future United Nations "biodiversity" area, but were vehemently opposed to.
Other United Nations designations as "biodiversity" areas include the following National Park Service lands:
Big Bend National Park, Tx. (801,163 acres)
Big Thicket National Preserve, TX (85,750 acres)
Congaree Swamp National Monument (SC (22,200 acres)
Death Valley National Monument, CA (2,067,628 acres)
Denali National Park and Preserve, AK (6,500,000 acres)
Everglades National Park and Fort Jefferson National Monument, Fl. (1,
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserver, AK (7,523,888 acres)
Glacier National Park, Mt (1,013,572 acres) Glacier Bay National Park and
Preserve, AK (3,283,168 acres)
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC (520,269 acres)
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI (229,177 acres)
Isle Royale National Park, MI (571,790 acres)
Joshua Tree National Monument, CA (559,954 acres)
Kings Canyon National Park, CA (461,901 acres)
Mammoth Cave National Park, KY (52,708 acres)
Noatak National Preserve, AK (6,574,481 acres)
Olympic National Park, WA (922,651 acres)
Organ Pipe National Monument, AZ (330,689 acres)
Redwood National Park, CA (110,232 acres)
Rocky Mountain National Park (265,727 acres)
Sequoia National Park, CA (402,482 acres)
Virgin Islands National Park, VI (14,689 acres)
Yellowstone National Park, WY (2,219,791 acres)
World Heritage Sites
Carlsbad Caverns National Park, NM (46,766 acres)
Grand Canyon National Park, AZ (1,217,158 acres)
Mesa Verde National Park, CO (52,122 acres)
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve and Preserve, AK (13,188,325
Yosemite National Park, CA. (761,236 acres)
A question to ponder
How many Politicians can we take care per 100 feet of rope?
David E. Parsons
Watch the UN rag burn!
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