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Was it on this forum that I recently saw an article about the UN's control over agricultural practices? I've looked and can't seem to locate it. Can someone point it out? Thanks

-- glynnis in KY (gabbycab@msn.com), August 11, 2000


Glynnis! Don't know where you saw it but I don't doubt it at all. I just heard on Jack VanImpe that the U.N. is already developing a church under the direct control of the un. Those opposing right now in foreign contries can be prosecuted. Just a matter of time till they are conrolling the entire U.S. and we were sold out by the last several politicans to run this great country. Matt. 24:44

-- hoot (hoot@pcinetwork.com), August 11, 2000.

Glynnis, I think the thread you are looking for is the US Agriculture poisoning thread.

Hoot, here is a really revealing article I found while researching the Millenium Summit thing. www.endtime.com/bishop2.htm

Covers the whole thing and is pretty frightening in light of prophecy.

-- Doreen (liberty546@hotmail.com), August 11, 2000.

For more info on the United Religions Initiative, as it is officially called, check out this website: http://watch.pair.com/UR.html It made my hair stand on end! Scary stuff. Just the fact that they're involved with "Gorby", IMHO, is a sign of big trouble. Here is their official website: http://united-religions.org/newsite/index.htm You can probably find more info by doing a search of "united religions", which is where I started.

May God have mercy on us all.--Laurie

-- Laurie in WI (Laffee7994@aol.com), August 11, 2000.

Just a clarification of my personal views. I hadn't finished reading that first website when I posted the address, but I noticed that later in the article the author begins blasting various Christian religions. Without getting into a religious debate, just let me say I don't subscribe to all his views there; however, the info on Gorby is reliable, I've read that in several other places.

-- Laurie in WI (Laffee7994@aol.com), August 11, 2000.

Speaking of the U.N.(un would better), someone told me that there are signs at all the national parks in the U.S. stating that they are under the authority/control of the U.N. and no private planes are allowed to fly over them. This is supposed to be something Clinton has done. Can someone verify this?

-- Cindy (atilrthehony_1@yahoo.com), August 11, 2000.

Sorry, Cindy, can't verify that, but have heard similar stories. Maybe if I get time after picking, snapping, and canning beans I'll do a little research. (: But back to the UR I did find the website I was looking for all along. It's a little outdated, but contains some good info. http://www.ncinter.net/~ejt/wc7.htm

-- Laurie in WI (Laffee7994@aol.com), August 11, 2000.


They are "global heritage sites". The land has been put off limits "to preserve their pristine condition because the beuaty of nature belongs to all of mankind"...Youre not believing this? Neither did I. Theyve been given up as collateral on loans.

-- William in WI (thetoebes@webtv.net), August 11, 2000.

Not only have the parks been giving up as collateral on loans, but they are crawling with foreign troops training for the U.N. takeover. Hence, no flyovers.

-- dave (IA) (tidman@midiowa.net), August 11, 2000.

Just came back from Smoky Mountains National Park and didn't see any U.N. signs posted anywhere.

-- nobrabbit (conlane@prodigy.net), August 11, 2000.

The parks were given over to the UN via executive orders. I am not positive of the number on this, but I believe it was 12986. Don't crucify if I am wrong, please. I will try to look it up and give you the exact number tomorrow. The signs are mostly just small plaques as many local people reportedly raised their voices over the larger signs.They aren't crawling with foreign troops though. Our military bases are crawling with foreign troops. The no fly thing is supposed to protect the wildlife and trees from excessive fuel exposure. I thought that it was just for the Grand Canyon. I will have to search a bit harder for the order as the Whitehouse web site has changed since the last time I visited it.

-- Doreen (liberty546@hotmail.com), August 11, 2000.

Here is a site that explains the U.N. and National Parks http://www.cnie.org/nle/inter-1.html

-- nobrabbit (conlane@prodigy.net), August 12, 2000.

Here's a quote from the source mentioned regarding the National Parks....it reads as though the US is participating in a global effort to identify and preserve world sites that are of special value to everyone on the planet. Kind of like how we want to protect rainforests in South America. I would say this is reciprocation for our attempts at global preservation efforts in other nations...

As an avid National Parks user, I must say that in the camping areas, backwoods, trails, etc., I have never seen any signs, nor troops. But then I guess they wouldn't want me to see them, and anyway, I always make a lot of noise to let animals know I'm coming into their space.

Here's the quote, but I suggest anyone to go read the whole thing...

"Currently, 158 nations are parties to the Convention. The Convention's purpose is to identify and list worldwide natural and cultural sites and monuments considered to be of such exceptional interest and such universal value that their protection is the responsibility of all mankind. Each country adopting the Convention pledges to protect listed sites and monuments within its borders and refrain from activities which harm World Heritage sites in other countries. The Convention states in Article 4 that each party to it "recognizes that the duty of ensuring the identification, protection, conservation, presentation and transmission to future generations of the cultural and natural heritage .... situated on its territory, belongs primarily to that state."(1) The international community agrees to help protect them through the World Heritage Committee and Fund"

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), August 12, 2000.

p.s. no flyovers are over parts of GC National Park. People in the canyon were p.o.'d about all the noise with all the tourists flying etc. in touring planes. Very noisy! Still a big controversy about the helicopter take outs at Whitmore Wash. I have flown over the canyon numerous times b/c there are parts of it (Hualapi Reservation for one) where planes can fly over it and that's how we get in/out of Page from Las Vegas. Didn't see any troops but the canyon is a big place.

-- sheepish (rborgo@gte.net), August 12, 2000.

It appears that all our "regional" planning organizations can be traced directly or indirectly to the UN. I think we all need to be ALERT and be asking LOTS of questions.

-- Suzy in 'Bama (slgt@yahoo.com), August 12, 2000.

Please, folks, with so much out there that's real and needs worrying about, the "foreign troops crawling over national parks" stuff is just a time waster. There are no flight restrictions over national parks that I know of, except those already mentioned because the tourists complained. I live near one national park and often visit several others, backwoods sites and all, and the only troops I have EVER seen are of the Boy Scout variety. I mean, think about it -- thousands, even just hundreds, of armed men running around a national park is not something you can hide. they need food, water, sanitation, shelter, entertainment, supplies. Nor have the parks been put up as collateral on foreign loans -- this story has been drifting aorund since the 1960s that I know of, another right-wing boogie man myth designed to scare people, just like the concentration camps and the white buses stuff. It amazes me that these stories persist for so many years in the face of so little evidence.

-- Cash (cash@andcarry.com), August 12, 2000.

We were getting some paper work done for my Hubby (Army Reserve, Nat'l Gaurd) and spent several days going from post to post to Air Force Base, ending up at the former Fort Harrison (Indianapolis). THOSE posts were practically deserted, the gate personel at several completely absent, the gates flung wide. It was erie. Weeds growing in cement parking lots, big sections of roofs blown away by storms, windows busted out and only some of the busted ones boarded over. Fort Harrison was esp. shabby, and it made me sad. They decommissioned it as a fort, and big sections have gone to condos and apartments. I remember when it was busy and full of troops in the Regan days, with the platoons running along the roads, singing their marching songs. Sad. I remarked to one of the gates gaurds that if we every DID get inot a war, we would be in SERIOUS trouble. He said I was right.

-- Leann Banta (thelionandlamb@hotmail.com), August 13, 2000.


You desperately need to educate yourself on what the federal reserve is and where that money comes from. This is an open beek test. Here is your starting point: Why did FDR close the banks and round up all the gold?

-- William in WI (Thetoebes@webtv.net), August 15, 2000.

Here is a nice page to start some research from.... whistleblowers.freehosting.net/federal_power.htm

The thing that is really important is that you search and don't buy the crap they feed you on the TV.

Here is another great book that delineates the NWO (not the wrestlers!)

"Common Sense" by Geo. Humphrey snail mail... PO Box 5772 Austin TX 78763-5772 $2.00 each booklet (60 pages) 1-20 books $1.50 each 21-99 books

The price includes shipping NO COD. All proceeds go back to printing more booklets. It is an eye opener!

ps. William, I think you and I are on about the same page>Period!

-- Doreen (liberty546@hotmail.com), August 17, 2000.

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