To the Editor:
This letter concerns the unnecessary court action filed concerning the U.N.-free zone, road closures, etc. The petition, voted on by the public in 2002, was done with citizen protection as the intent. The procedures and rules were followed as known at the time.
What must be asked immediately is who, what, when, why and what is the objective that is not being discussed. It is obvious that there is an agenda against the intelligent citizens of Grant County.
The U.N.-free zone petition protects citizens from any actions of the United Nations including water, Wildlands Project, protection against private property seizure and more. The wolf is one tool of the Wildlands Project.
Quote: “Does ... the Wildlands Project advocate the end of industrial civilization? Most Assuredly. Everything civilized must go ...” — Editor John Davis - UN Wildlands Project Journal, Wild Earth. All of the processes began with the UN “Brundtland Report” as a political concept to take American soil, by hidden means. The “objective” is to move all human activity to the border regions. The process: Brundtland Report 1987, Rio Accord 1992, Sustainable Dev. Commission 1993-1995. Executive order No. 12858, to insert Brundtland Report, by many other names, into federal, state and county policies. Noting the research time, 1987 through 2002, the petitioners were aware of the ramifications of the immense lurking danger, even though not visible initially.
The spurious attack on your county, property rights, via disinformation and underhanded manipulation of citizenry is criminal of itself.
The suit against all the issues must be dismissed until evidence can be produced and evaluated by the court. The reason to attack the petition is because it stands in the way of other nefarious action coming. Were the petition and road closure issues moot, there would be no attempt to circumvent the will of the citizen. One more thing, neither the president, nor Congress, can place treaty over the Constitution. The material is available to anyone to protect themselves and your county, and probably the other 3,500 or so counties in the United States, who would benefit from your petitioners’ wisdom.