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Why the Environmental Protection Agency must be abolished
Posted: January 21, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com
The Environmental Protection Agency must be abolished because it is destroying the rights of Americans, it's another monumental waste of money and America doesn't need it. Like the unconstitutional federal Department of Education which employs almost 4,500 people and will suck up a colossal $63.3 billion dollars for 2005, the EPA with its 18,000 employees, will gobble up $7.76 billion dollars this year.
Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution does not authorize Congress to legislate in the area of the environment, therefore, it is unconstitutional. All 50 states of the Union have their own version of the EPA as authorized under the 10th Amendment. There is no need for a federal agency. The states of the Union can handle their own environmental needs as authorized by their legislatures.
At the Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro, June 3-14, 1992, the Secretariat for World Order distributed a nonpublic document titled, "The Initiative for Eco-92 Earth's Charter." It reads, in part, under policies that must be implemented as follows:
In the late Dixie Lee Ray's book, "Environmental Overkill," one gets a full accounting of what really went on with Al Gore and his loony friends at the Rio Summit. On page 10 of her book, it states:
And, that is the reason the ESA was done by treaty – in preparation for these other pieces of the grand plan to fall into place.
The EPA is the flagship in America to carry out this environmental terrorism against our people. Among the most destructive of its tentacles is the Endangered Species Act. One of the most horrific examples of this grotesque act is what happened in Klamath Falls in 2001 when the government shut off life-giving water to the farmers, driving them into bankruptcy. On Jan. 12, 2005, a federal judge ruled that the salmon listing which caused our ranchers and farmers to go under was illegally listed!
So few understand or even know that the ESA is treaty based. The ESA's history can be traced back to Executive Order 11911 issued by Gerald Ford. It's authority is derived from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora and the Convention on Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere and three others. On the EPA's website, it is explained as: "The Endangered Species Act provides a program for the conservation of threatened and endangered plants and animals and the habitats in which they are found."
As I have written so many times, whenever Congress wants to circumvent the U.S. Constitution, they do it by treaty. The Constitution simply grants no authority to the federal government to control the wildlife or fish within the states of this nation. Yet, the EPA and the ESA are getting away with destroying the lives and livelihoods of Americans every day because they don't understand the finer legal points of federal jurisdiction. According to constitutional attorney and treaty expert, Larry Becraft:
According to Jeri Ball, author of "The Great Communitarian Hoax":
The quest for world communist domination is
not dead. This Republic is in great peril.
Unless and until Congress is replaced with true
constitutionalists in the next election with the
guts to do what has to be done, the American people
will continue to be destroyed by unconstitutional
agencies like the EPA.
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