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    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    These communist globalists really are going to wreck the food supply and we need to thwart their plans. It was a small local meat processing plant that sponsored Margaret Byfields recent "30x30" presentation. I spoke with the owner of that plant and we were in agreement that we need to get rid of regulations that stop state inspected meat from crossing state lines. Smaller more local packers need to be able to supply and compete for the needs of the grocery stores and compete with these globalist, commie sons of bithches like the owners of JBS.



    I agree. I have thought the same about the independents to supplying local groceries. Maybe when enough shortages of imported meats occur the local independents will become motivated to fill the void in the market.
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    Fifteen State Governors have signed an open letter to the White House in opposition to Plan 30 X 30

    Plan 30x30 is a world wide plan to restore 30% of planet earth’s land to its natural state by 2030, brought to you by the Jews who control the United Nations

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    OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT BIDEN ABOUT HIS 30 BY 30 PLAN

    Fifteen State Governors Respond to President Biden's Aggressive 30 by 30 Plan

    Yesterday, April 21st, 2021, fifteen State Governors signed an open letter to President Biden voicing their concerns with his aggressive plan, titled, "30 by 30", which would set aside and permanently conserve 30 % of all land and water in the United States.

    We thank these Governors for standing up for American property rights and values.

    Open Letter

    April 21, 2021

    President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. The White House Washington D.C. 20500

    Dear Mr. President,

    On January 27, 2021, your Administration issued Executive Order 14008 (“Order”), “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad” (86 Fed. Reg. 7,619). Included at Section 216 of the Order, the Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture and other senior officials, was directed to develop a program to conserve at least 30 percent of the lands and waters in the United States by 2030.

    The undersigned are not aware of any constitutional or statutory authority for the President, the U.S. Department of the Interior, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, or any other federal agency to set aside and permanently conserve 30 percent of all land and water in the United States, and no authority is referenced in Executive Order 14008.

    While the Order does not identify which lands may be targeted by the program, the Department of Interior released a fact sheet on the same day finding that only 12 percent of America’s lands are currently “conserved,” the level of restriction, it appears, your Administration is seeking under the new policy. Included in the figure are Wilderness lands, National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, State Parks, National Monuments, and private lands with permanent conservation easements.

    Some of us govern western states with massive amounts of lands in the categories mentioned above or other federal designations that should be considered as “conserved.” We are deeply concerned about any effort to enlarge the federal estate or further restrict the use of public lands in our states.

    And even for those of us leading states without swaths of federal land, we oppose any increase in land use restrictions on lands under our state jurisdiction. Assuming there is some authority which would allow the program, obtaining the 30 percent goal from state or private lands would require your Administration to condemn or otherwise severely limit the current productive uses of such lands, infringing on the private property rights of our citizens and significantly harming our economies.

    The Order directs the Department of Interior to submit a report to the National Climate Task Force within 90 days, “recommending steps that the United States should take, working with State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments, agricultural and forest landowners, fishermen, and other key stakeholders, to achieve the goal of conserving at least 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030.”

    To date, we have not been adequately consulted on the 30 x 30 program. Rather, instead of coordinating with us as the Order directs, on February 11, 2021, the Department of Interior rescinded Secretarial Order 3388, revoking the policy requiring consent from states and their local governments for federal land acquisitions under the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

    Congress determines land use policies for the federal lands, while states have sole regulatory authority to govern other lands within our states. Nowhere in the laws of our nation is the authority delegated by Congress to the President or executive agencies to unilaterally change the policies governing land use in America. Section 216 of the Order appears to be a clear overreach of executive authority, which infringes on the sovereignty of the states and rights of the citizens. We cannot and will not allow this to happen.

    Furthermore, Congress has specifically directed the federal executive branch through the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA), 43 U.S.C. §§ 1701 – 1787, the National Forest Management Act of 1976 (NFMA), 16 U.S.C. §§ 1600–1614, the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), 42 U.S.C. §§ 4321–4370e, and other laws to coordinate land management plans and policies with states and their local governments and tribes. As noted, since the issuance of the Order, however, your Administration has failed to exercise any of the consultation and coordination responsibilities required by these statutes and by the very provisions of the Order.

    Two months have passed since the announcement of the new program and neither the states nor the American people have been provided with any information regarding the meaning, objectives, or implementation of the 30 x 30 program, including the fundamental question of what lands will be vulnerable for increased restrictions or condemnation. There are other significant questions that, so far, have gone unanswered regarding how you will carry out the 30 x 30 program and under what authority.

    These include:
    1. How will the lands and waters that are to be included in the 30 x 30 program be identified?
    What criteria and requirements will be used?

    2. The federal government already owns and manages approximately 640 million acres of land—about 28% of all land in the United States. Are the lands already owned by the federal government counted toward the 30 x 30 goal? Are these lands the program’s primary target?

    3. What federal agency or agencies will be responsible for managing the 30 x 30 program? Who will make decisions about what lands and waters to place in the program and how these lands will be administered in the future?

    4. What process will be followed in connection with administering the 30 x 30 program? Will a general programmatic document or similar framework be adopted to guide the program and provide notice to the public of the program and its elements? Will NEPA apply to the development and adoption of the 30 x 30 program framework?

    5. How will land placed in the 30 x 30 program be managed? Will it be managed like a wilderness area, with no surface uses and restricted public access? Or will it be managed like a national park or recreation area with public access, improvements, and amenities? Will hunting, fishing, mountain biking, OHV access, and other outdoor recreational activities be allowed? Will other types of land and resource uses be allowed, such as livestock grazing, mining, and energy development?

    6. How will non-federal in-holdings be treated?

    7. How will the planning and management requirements imposed by the federal land management laws be coordinated with the 30 x 30 program? For example, will the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, and other land management agencies be required to revise their existing resource management plans to address public lands included in the 30 x 30 program?

    8. Will in lieu payments or other compensation be provided to state and local governments to offset the impact of removing lands and waters from productive economic use, the loss of tax base, and other adverse effects caused by federal acquisition of these properties?

    9. How will the non-federal land acquisition and management program be funded? What is the estimated annual cost of this program?

    10. How will non-federal (i.e., state and private) land and waters be acquired and managed under the 30 x 30 program?

    11. What is the process for working with states, local governments, and individual landowners prior to implementing the program? Will the state and local governments be consulted on federal acquisitions?

    12. What will be the process when states, local governments, or landowners object to having
    their land and water rights taken or restricted and opt out of the program?

    We are committed to ensuring all lands within our states are well managed, including the provision of abundant habitat for wildlife species. It is also our responsibility to ensure that certain federal lands, and all state lands, are being productively used by our citizens to provide the food, fiber, energy, and minerals our nation needs for a robust economy and our national defense. It is precisely because we depend on our lands to be available for future generations to enjoy and use, without greater input into this initiative, we must resist implementation of the 30 x 30 program.

    We encourage your Administration to focus on better management of the lands the federal government already controls and to be more proactive in working with states. States are not simply additional stakeholders to consult in your policy development; states are essential partners and the leaders in developing innovative policies that already appropriately conserve lands, waters, and wildlife for the American people.

    Sincerely,
    Governor Pete Ricketts, State of Nebraska
    Governor Kay Ivey, State of Alabama
    Governor Mike Dunleavy, State of Alaska
    Governor Doug Ducey, State of Arizona
    Governor Asa Hutchinson, State of Arkansas
    Governor Brad Little, State of Idaho
    Governor Kim Reynolds, State of Iowa
    Governor Tate Reeves, State of Mississippi
    Governor Greg Gianforte, State of Montana
    Governor Dour Burgum, State of North Dakota
    Governor Kevin Stitt, State of Oklahoma
    Governor Kristi Noem, State of South Dakota
    Governor Bill Lee, State of Tennessee
    Governor Greg Abbott, State of Texas
    Governor Spencer Cox, State of Utah
    To read or download a .pdf of the original letter click HERE
    Biden’s 30 x 30 Plan is probably part of this tree conservation program the WEF is preparing. Ice Age Farmer breaks it down exposing it for the surveillance system they have planned.

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    "30 by 30", which would set aside and permanently conserve 30 % of all land and water in the United States
    The United States started out as a 10 mile x 10 mile box centered on Washington City. I understand that Virginia withdrew the territory they gratuitously donated to the project west of the Potomac. Now Biden appears to have announced an urban renewal program to raze 30 per cent of the land they have left in the portion Maryland donated.

    You know if I were black (most are) and living there I think I would be a little concerned.

    As to the water conservation aspect perhaps they are going to shut down some water fountains and public Johns. Or maybe they plan on damming the Potomac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monty View Post
    Biden’s 30 x 30 Plan is probably part of this tree conservation program the WEF is preparing. Ice Age Farmer breaks it down exposing it for the surveillance system they have planned.

    The link to the report https://iceagefarmer.com/docs/WEF_In...rests_2021.pdf
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    This video isn’t particularly about food colapse, rather it is about shortages when there is a disruption in the supply chain, which I believe are the results of offshoring and just in time inventory rather than producing here where everyone benfits.

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    I can't freaking believe this!! It just goes to show that the left are total dupes for the oligarchs!

    Front page story in today's paper:

    Princeton High School's INSECT EATING CLUB catches and crunches on Cicadas!

    I can't believe it. And it literally said that the high school has an insect eating club.



    Eating bugs is the agenda. I think I recently saw a story about one of the CNN hosts Brianna something doing the same thing, eating bugs on TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda View Post
    I can't freaking believe this!! It just goes to show that the left are total dupes for the oligarchs!

    Front page story in today's paper:

    Princeton High School's INSECT EATING CLUB catches and crunches on Cicadas!

    I can't believe it. And it literally said that the high school has an insect eating club.



    Eating bugs is the agenda. I think I recently saw a story about one of the CNN hosts Brianna something doing the same thing, eating bugs on TV.
    Ok, I get it, you're a white supremacist with your weird whitebread culinary preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    These communist globalists really are going to wreck the food supply and we need to thwart their plans. It was a small local meat processing plant that sponsored Margaret Byfields recent "30x30" presentation. I spoke with the owner of that plant and we were in agreement that we need to get rid of regulations that stop state inspected meat from crossing state lines. Smaller more local packers need to be able to supply and compete for the needs of the grocery stores and compete with these globalist, commie sons of bithches like the owners of JBS.




    I just saw this in Brownfield Ag News, South Dakota meat can cross state lines:
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    SOUTH DAKOTA STATE-INSPECTED MEAT CAN NOW CROSS STATE LINES

    June 11, 2021 By Larry Lee Filed Under: Ag Regulations, Beef, Food, Livestock, Meat Processing Plants, News, Pork, Poultry, South Dakota, state ag departments, Trade, USDA

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    Selected South Dakota state-inspected meat and poultry processors can now ship products across state lines. The USDA says they have finalized a Cooperative Interstate Shipment (CIS) agreement with South Dakota allowing state-inspected establishments that comply with federal inspection requirements to ship their products in interstate commerce.

    The CIS program was part of the 2008 Farm Bill. South Dakota is the ninth state to enter the program.
    Other states with CIS agreements include Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Vermont, and Wisconsin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    Smaller more local packers need to be able to supply and compete for the needs of the grocery stores and compete with these globalist, commie sons of bithches like the owners of JBS.
    All the major grocery chains are controlled by globalist commie Jews so they would only be able to compete in a few small markets where local and independent grocers sell meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoarder View Post
    All the major grocery chains are controlled by globalist commie Jews so they would only be able to compete in a few small markets where local and independent grocers sell meat.
    This is true. There is a need to encourage people to buy local.
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