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  • Marv Chastian – Back to 1492

    Marv Chastian – Back to 1492

    A plan which is now in process of becoming federal policy ~ was hatched many years ago by two radical eco-freaks – Dave Forman the Earthfirst guy and Oregon State prof, Reed Noss.

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    “It is a bold attempt to grope our way back to October 1492 and find a different trail, a trail overgrown and nearly forgotten” – Words of Dave Forman, founder of Earth First – and more recently, a director of The Sierra Club. He goes on to describe his intellectual child, The Wildlands Plan: “We seek wolf tracks rather than gold” . . “Return big, charismatic species such as buffalo, grizzly bears, elk, wolves, puma (otherwise known as cougars) to their pre-Columbian haunts.” These are words he used to describe his plan for America – about 20 years ago. At the time, it appeared to be just another crazy rant. Today, it is a shadow plan being stealthily realized by government fiat.
    He goes on: “a vast system of connected wilderness reserves that would crisscross the continent . These reserves would dwarf the largest national parks. Rather than build roads, laborers would remove existing ones, along with dams, power lines and other human-made structures. Planners would choose the reserve sites with plants and animals, not people , in mind, selecting them not for recreational opportunities, but for their ecological potential. Up to half the contiguous United States would be involved in a transformation whereby “islands” of civilization would be surrounded by wilderness tracts and corridors.”
    Note: since the animals would be connected, the people would not – except by air – and probably we would be forbidden to use airplanes, since they might disturb the animals.

    “We live for the day when grizzlies in Chihuahua have an unbroken connection to grizzlies in Alaska, when grey wolf populations are continuous from New Mexico to Greenland, when vast, unbroken forests and flowing plains again thrive and support pre-Columian populations of plants and animals”. So says Forman and co-author Reed Noss, prof at Oregon State in Corvallis, OR.

    50 Grizzlies require about 12 million acres – about a dozen Olympic National Parks)

    “Our goal is to create a new political reality based on the needs of other species”, Forman. In 1492, Cholera, rabies, smallpox, yellow fever were rampant. Without modern medicine, industry, etc and with people stacked up in big city high rises, they would become rampant again.

    You can bet the half of the US to be converted to an animal park is the Western Half – not the Eastern. It starts with places such as the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Not too many people live here. It you destroy their livelihoods and industry, they will leave on their own.

    This is the philosophy behind the Elwha fiasco. Salmon is simply a word thrown in to get the backing of the public. But destroying the only spawning area for Elwha salmon certainly is not the way to enhance them. Forman’s dream is coming true. Do you like it?

    Government has already torn up many forest roads. Bureaucrats are working to deny people water, insist on huge “buffer zones” for most everything. They like to call it “science”. But it has all the earmarks of religion. Real science is that which you can prove. Unproven theories can just as easily be religion as science.

    For a dozen years bureaucrats working on unproven theories have denied us the use of a fabulous 70 acre piece of ground right next to the Port Angeles harbor. A few years ago, they denied us the valuable use of another large tract of waterfront property using the tribe as their excuse. The (so called) natives are simply immigrants who’s ancestors got here earlier than our European ancestors. Yet the WILD LANDS plan hints that maybe they will be allowed to stay in the great animal park to hunt with bow and arrow? I don’t think so. But, the idea is loaded with sentimentality – so they use it.

    One interesting and revealing clue about the true philosophy of modern “animal rights activists” is their selection of the species they attribute rights to. They are nearly all predators. Early settlers battled hugely against predators. Predators killed their livestock and sometimes people. To encourage people with the necessary skills and weapons, they put bounties on wolves and other predatory creatures. And I recall from my youth, men I knew who made their living off those bounties. Today, those bounties have been replaced with fines and/or imprisonment if you do kill predators. All of that helps to discourage folks from living in the country and eliminates attractive species (deer, elk, mountain goats, etc)

    I have video that shows salmon runs in the Elwha were excellent 50 years after the dams were built. Also video of the gorgeous Trumpeter Swans which visit the Elwha each winter – but not again after this coming one, and video showing the disgusting landscape and air full of rock dust when the upper lake was drawn down by only 10% back in the 90s. If your group would like to see it, let me know.

    marv@marvchastain.com

    Back to 1492

    I introduced you to MARV CHASTAIN

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    Let me re-introduce you to GEORGE C. RAINS SR. my Dad.

    The Long Range Plan of NPS 1944-2016

    The Long Range Plan of NPS 1944-2016

    In a conversation at Sol Duc Hot Springs between the acting Olympic National Park Superintendent Preston Macy and my father George C. Rains Sr. in 1944.

    “George, I should not tell you this, but the long range plan of the National Park Service is to take the whole Olympic Peninsula over and put it in the Olympic National Park and move everyone off the Olympic Peninsula.”

    JULY  2011, POSTED  BY CITIZENS REVIEW ONLINE

    Conspiracy Exposed – Citizen Review Online

    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2011/Jul/George_Rains_Statements.pdf

    The notarized document “Conspiracy Exposed” was written on Oct. 8,1992 by. George C. Rains Sr. when he was 77 years old. The referenced “Conspiracy” was …

    Another chapter in the Book of Revelations by Pearl Revere

    The Long Range Plan of the National Park Service 1944-2016  is Exposed

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    My Dad and Marv are gone….

    They were two old timers with a history and  they had “living memories” of how it used to be in America. They spent many years of their lives trying to protect our rights.

    Dad and Marv may rest in peace, now that Donald J. Trump is President of the United States Of America

    They were two of many, since day one, who acknowledged, encouraged, supported and enabled me in my endeavor to become an American Somebody.

    Jan 26, 2011, American Citizens were afraid of what their  government was going to do to them.   That was unacceptable to me. And, I thought somebody should do something about that. Then I realized I was somebody, and I have been doing something about that ever since.

    Donald J. Trump is President. I have “living memories” of how it used to be in America.

    Behind My Back | Find Your Park Forget Me Not

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/02/13/find-your-park-forget-me-not/

    Feb 13, 2016 – UNBELIEVABLE… Find Your Park Forget Me Not. Built in 1910 and 1926 respectively, the Elwha dam (108 feet high) and Glines Canyon dam …
    And, I shall continue to support my President.

     


  • The Long Range Plan of NPS 1944-2016

    The Long Range Plan of NPS 1944-2016

    In a conversation at Sol Duc Hot Springs between the acting Olympic National Park Superintendent Preston Macy and my father George C. Rains Sr. in 1944.

    “George, I should not tell you this, but the long range plan of the National Park Service is to take the whole Olympic Peninsula over and put it in the Olympic National Park and move everyone off the Olympic Peninsula.”

     Behind My Back | Let Me Ask America a Question

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/04/26/letmeask-america-a-question/

    Apr 26, 2016 – The Wall Street Journal, Apr 14, 2016. Let Me Ask America a Question. HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

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    HOW HAS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LONG RANGE PLAN ‘WILD WILDERNESS SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR AMERICA?

    AND?  FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ON THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA?

    Question 4) Imagine you are visiting the Olympic National Park wilderness area 20 years from now. What conditions, experiences, visitor services, and facilities would you like to see?

     Above is  Question 4)  Olympic National Park – WILDERNESS Stewardship Plan – Public Scoping Comment Report

    PAGE ONE (1) SOME COMMENTS PERTAINED TO SUBJECT MATTER THAT IS “IRRELEVANT” TO WILDERNESS SCOPING FOR THE WSP/EIS AND WILL NOT BE ADDRESSED WITHIN THE PLAN.

    IRRELEVANT TOPICS INCLUDE WILD OLYMPICS AND WILD & SCENIC RIVER DESIGNATION

    AND MOST CERTAINLY IRRELEVANT QUESTIONS TO THE LONG RANGE PLANS 1944-2016 OF THE  NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND  OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK  SHALL ALWAYS BE TOTALLY IGNORED AND GO UNANSWERED

    THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LONG RANGE PLAN HAS REALLY GONE WILD.

    HOW WILD IS THE NPS LONG RANGE WILDERNESS  PLAN?  JUST LIKE A WILDFIRE, OUT OF CONTROL AND SPREADING FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA.

    SPREADING FROM WILD TO WILDERNESS TO WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS

    LET’S SCOPE OUT AND DOCUMENT THE WILD, WILDERNESS, WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS  SIDE OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS)

    Olympic National Park – WILDERNESS Stewardship Plan – Public Scoping Comment Report

    PAGE ONE (1)

    SOME COMMENTS PERTAINED TO SUBJECT MATTER THAT IS IRRELEVANT TO THE SCOPING FOR THE WSP/EIS AND WILL NOT BE ADDRESSED WITHIN THE PLAN, but will be documented in the administrative record for this project.

    These IRRELEVANT topics include, but are not limited to, those related to Hurricane Ridge Road, Dosewallips Road (USFS), Deer Park Road, Waterhole Hut, Wild Olympics and Wild & Scenic River Designation, Lake Crescent, the Olympic Discovery Trail/Spruce Railroad Trail, non-wilderness facilities and activities at Sol Duc or in general, and public transit systems.

    Many commenters referred to the Topic Questions provided during scoping.

    1) What makes the Olympic National Park wilderness area special to you and why?

    2) When you visit the Olympic National Park wilderness area, what activities and experiences are most important to you?

    3) What do you think the issues are in the Olympic National Park wilderness area?

    4) Imagine you are visiting the Olympic National Park wilderness area 20 years from now. What conditions, experiences, visitor services, and facilities would you like to see?

    5) Please share any additional comments or suggestions.

    My irrelevant WILD scoping comments

    Public Scoping Comment Report – Planning, Environment and Public …

    are on page 12, 13, 14 and the top of page 15.

    Correspondence ID:

     

    30  Project:  29224  Document:  50933

     

    July 31, 2016 links have been added on the attachment

    Public Scoping Comment Report – Planning, Environment and Public …

    OCTOBER 2013 https://parkplanning.nps.gov/showFile.cfm?projectID=29224…Scoping…

    The Long Range WILD Plan of NPS 1944-2016 Exposed

    National Park Superintendent Preston Macy and my father George C. Rains Sr. in 1944.

    “George, I should not tell you this, but the long range plan of the National Park Service is to take the whole Olympic Peninsula over and put it in the Olympic National Park and move everyone off the Olympic Peninsula.”

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    10 Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True – antimedia

    theantimedia.org/10-conspiracytheories-that-turned-out-to-be-true/

    May 18, 2015 – Now, let’s not go out there and try to prove conspiracy theories to be true. We wouldn’t want to expose the corruption of the state.

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    Conspiracy Exposed – Citizen Review Online

    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2011/Jul/George_Rains_Statements.pdf

    The notarized document “Conspiracy Exposed” was written on Oct. 8,1992 by. George C. Rains Sr. when he was 77 years old. The referenced “Conspiracy” was …

    The Long Range Plan of the National Park Service 1944-2016  is Exposed

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    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.

    Behind My Back | Wild Olympics is More than a Scam

    www.behindmyback.org/2015/07/24/wildolympics-is-more-than-a-scam/

    Jul 24, 2015 – THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN is more than a fraud, a thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably claiming or being credited with …

    The bottom line….

    The Long Range Plan of the National Park Service 1944-2016  is Exposed


  • The National Park (NPS) Rigged System

    The National Park (NPS) Rigged System

    Usually, the victors just write the history.. But In this case the victors (NPS) have deleted the history and the (NPS) is dictating the future NON-USE  AND ACCESS to Americas Public Park Lands.

    THE  GATEWAY TO THE OLYMPIC’S HAS BEEN SCRUBBED FROM  NATIONAL PARK (NPS) HISTORY . period

    THE OPEN GATEWAY TO THE OLYMPICS  ENTIRE ONP TRAIL SYSTEM, WAS A HUGE ONP UNWANTED OPEN PUBLIC ACCESS.

    SO, THE OPEN ACCESS TO THE GATEWAY OF THE OLYMPIC’S HAS BEEN COMPLETELY SCRUBBED FROM THE ONP HISTORY.  period.

    THE GATEWAY TO THE OLYMPIC’S WAS THE  GATEWAY TO THE ENTIRE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK TRAIL SYSTEM VIA THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD, THE ROAD  WENT UP TO THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS RESORT.

    THE ONP GOT RID OF THE SCHOFELD FAMILY THAT RAN THE WORLD CLASS OLYMPIC HOT SPRING RESORT.

    THE ONP DID NOT MAINTAIN THE ROADS AND LET NATURE TAKE IT’S COURSE ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD

    THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING RESORT WAS LEFT BY THE ONP TO BE CRUSHED AND FLATTENED BY SNOW BY 1966.

    THE ONP REMOVED ALL TRACE OF THE RESORT.

    THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING ROAD WAS SHORTENED, CLOSED AND GATED AS IT FELL TO RUIN

    ONLY AN UNMAINTAINED TRAIL LED TO THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS

    THE NATURAL MINERAL POOLS AT THE HOT SPRINGS BECAME A FILTHY CONTAMINATED HOLE FOR HIPPY HIKERS

    THE HIGHWAY 101 ROAD SIGN “OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD” IS A HUGE UNWANTED ONP ATTRACTION.

    THE OPEN GATEWAY TO THE OLYMPICS  ENTIRE ONP TRAIL SYSTEM, WAS A HUGE ONP UNWANTED OPEN PUBLIC ACCESS.

    SO, THE OPEN ACCESS TO THE GATEWAY OF THE OLYMPIC’S HAS BEEN COMPLETELY SCRUBBED FROM THE ONP HISTORY.  period.

    THE ENTICING OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD SIGNS SHALL BE REMOVED, AND  IT SHALL BE RENAMED SOMETHING LIKE THE DAM ELWHA RIVER ROAD. 

    THE ONP WAITING GAME, JUST A MATTER OF TIME, LET NATURE TAKE IT’S COURSE, THEN ONP CAN CLOSE AND GATE ONE ACCESS ROAD AT A TIME, AND ONP CAN CLOSE AND GATE ONE ACCESS TRAIL AT A TIME

    AND IN NO TIME AT ALL… THE ONP SHALL HAVE CLOSED THE GATE TO ALL ACCESS TO THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK TRAIL SYSTEM… UNTIL THERE IS NO GATE WAY TO THE OLYMPICS TRAIL SYSTEM. period

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     One ONP excuse after another shall keep us from our public and private land

     REMOVING OUR TWO BENEFICIAL DAMS

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    June 28. 2011

    Olympic National Park mea culpa: ‘Inholder’ blocked from …

    www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/…/30628999…
    Peninsula Daily News

    Jun 28, 2011 – Olympic National Park mea culpa: ‘Inholder’ blocked from family property. Previous Photo. Next Photo …. From the PDN: See more special …

    Click here to zoom...

    Pearl Rains Hewett stands at a blockade on Olympic Hot Springs Road in Olympic National Park on Monday. — Photo by Chris Tucker/Peninsula Daily News June 28. 2011

    FOUR, THEN OVER FIVE YEARS LATER

    WHAT’S NEW ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING ROAD?

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     NOV 17, 2015

     OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD CLOSED AT THE ONP GATE, BY A  WASHOUT, DUE TO THE REMOVAL OF DAMS.

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    JULY 18, 2016  I DROVE TO THE ONP LOCKED GATE

    WHAT’S NEW ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING ROAD?

    BIG FLASHING SIGN AT HIGHWAY 101 AND OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD

    ONP THREE DAY NOTICE?

    THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING ROAD SHALL BE CLOSED TO ALL PUBLIC ACCESS

     As of July 25, Olympic Hot Springs Road is CLOSED to all public access until approximately October for repairs

    DUE TO THE NOV 17, 2015 OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD WASHOUT

     USING THE FEDERAL DOT EXPEDITIOUS EMERGENCY ROAD REPAIR?

    THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRING ROAD SHALL BE AND HAS BEEN CLOSED TO ALL PUBLIC ACCESS FROM NOV 17, 2015 UNTIL OCT 2016.

     INDEED, WITH THE HELP OF REP DEREK KILMER, IT ONLY TOOK ELEVEN (11) MONTHS FOR THE FEDERAL DOT EXPEDICOUS EMERGENCY ROAD REPAIR TO BEGIN.

    ROAD CLOSED, TRAILS CLOSED, DISCONNECTED AND INACCESSIBLE

     As of July 25, 2016 Whiskey Bend, Boulder Creek, and all other trailheads connected to Olympic Hot Springs Road will be inaccessible from the Elwha side of these trails.

    AND IN NO TIME AT ALL… THE ONP SHALL HAVE CLOSED THE GATE TO ALL PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK TRAIL SYSTEM… UNTIL THERE IS NO GATE WAY TO THE OLYMPICS TRAIL SYSTEM. period

    JULY 18, 2016 WHAT’S NEW

    AT THE ONP CLOSED GATE ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD?

     ONP THREE DAY NOTICE OF CLOSURE

    LOTS OF LOCKED OUT VERY DISGRUNTLED TOURIST MILLING AROUND IN THE PARKING LOT….

    YEP, LOTS OF VERY ANGRY AND VERY DISSATISFIED OUT OF TOWNERS FROM SEVERAL DIFFERENT STATES…  MISGUIDED,, MISLED, UNINFORMED, OR MISINFORMED CONFUSED ONP TOURISTS 

    UNINFORMED? GO FIGURE EVEN THE LOCAL RANGERS WERE NOT NOTIFIED OF THE CLOSURE..

     YEP,  THOSE TOURISTS ASKED A LOT OF QUESTIONS

    WHO TO?… HOW TO?…. WHERE TO?…. WHAT TO?.. WHY TO?….

    AND, YEP,  THEY SAID WHAT THE HELL TOO!

    YOU MEAN I CAN’T GET THERE FROM HERE….

    AND IN NO TIME AT ALL… THE ONP SHALL HAVE CLOSED THE GATE TO ALL PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK TRAIL SYSTEM… UNTIL THERE IS NO GATE WAY TO THE OLYMPICS TRAIL SYSTEM. period

    AND IN NO TIME AT ALL… THE ONP SIGN ON THE GATE, ON OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD WILL BE…

    YOU, THE PUBLIC,  CAN’T GET ANYWHERE, WE DON’T WANT YOU TO BE,  FROM HERE.

    INDEED, BEHIND OUR BACKS, BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, IS WHERE US.GOV DOES IT’S RIGGED BUSINESS

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    The NPS Wild Wilderness SCAM Continues..

    Posted on July 25, 2016 10:37 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) WILD Wilderness SCAM Continues..

    INDEED, IN AUG, 2016 THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS)  IS CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF THE GROSS MISMANAGEMENT OF MORE THAN 84 MILLION ACRES OF PUBLIC LAND IN 412 AREAS

    THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) IS $12,000,000,000.00  $12 BILLION DOLLARS BEHIND ON MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF AMERICAS NATIONAL PARKS

    Centennial Initiative 2016 – National Park Service

    https://www.nps.gov/nava/learn/…/centennial-initiative-2016.ht…

    NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN 2016, … THINGS TO COME AS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PREPARES TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS!————————————

    THE WILD OLYMPIC CAMPAIGN SUPPORTS THE PROPOSED WILD OLYMPICS WILDERNESS AND WILD & SCENIC RIVERS ACT,

    WHICH WAS REINTRODUCED LAST YEAR BY U.S. SEN. PATTY MURRAY, D-SEATTLE, AND U.S. REP. DEREK KILMER, D-GIG HARBOR.

    SO…… THE WILD OLYMPICS SCAM CONTINUES IN 2016


  • The NPS Wild Wilderness SCAM Continues..

    The THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) WILD Wilderness SCAM Continues..

    INDEED, IN AUG, 2016 THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS)  IS CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF THE GROSS MISMANAGEMENT OF MORE THAN 84 MILLION ACRES OF PUBLIC LAND IN 412 AREAS

    THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) IS $12,000,000,000.00  $12 BILLION DOLLARS BEHIND ON MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF AMERICAS NATIONAL PARKS

    Centennial Initiative 2016 – National Park Service

    https://www.nps.gov/nava/learn/…/centennial-initiative-2016.ht…

    NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN 2016, … THINGS TO COME AS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PREPARES TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS!

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    THE WILD OLYMPIC CAMPAIGN SUPPORTS THE PROPOSED WILD OLYMPICS WILDERNESS AND WILD & SCENIC RIVERS ACT,

    WHICH WAS REINTRODUCED LAST YEAR BY U.S. SEN. PATTY MURRAY, D-SEATTLE, AND U.S. REP. DEREK KILMER, D-GIG HARBOR.

     SO… THE WILD OLYMPICS SCAM CONTINUES IN 2016

    NINTY FIVE PERCENT 95% OF THE MILLION ACRES OF THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK IS ALREADY WILD. period

    AND, NINTY FIVE PERCENT 95% OF THE MILLION ACRES OF THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK IS NOT MAINTAINED OR REPAIRED. period

    SO…  the National Park Service (NPS) has mismanaged 84 million acres of public parks for 100 years, to the tune of $12,000,000,000.00  $12 BILLION DOLLARS AND,“BECAUSE THAT MONEY DOESN’T EXIST IN THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE.”.

    THINGS TO COME AS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PREPARES TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS?

     U.S. SEN. PATTY MURRAY, D-SEATTLE, AND U.S. REP. DEREK KILMER, D-GIG HARBOR ARE CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF A FAILED NPS BY REINTRODUCING A  BILL THAT WOULD PERMANENTLY TAKE  AND MAKE  MORE THAN 126,000 ACRES OF NEW MISMANAGED WILDERNESS AREAS ON JUST THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA.

    U.S. SEN. PATTY MURRAY, D-SEATTLE IS UP FOR RE-ELECTION

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    NPR: National parks have a long to-do list but can’t cover the repair costs

    www.npr.org/…/nationalparks-have-a-long-to-do-list-but-cant-cover-the-repair-cos…

    NPR MAR 8, 2016 – THERE IS A NEARLY $12 BILLION MAINTENANCE BACKLOG OF WORK THAT NEEDS … SAYS, “BECAUSE THAT MONEY DOESN’T EXIST IN THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE.”.

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    HOW WILD IS THE WILD WILDERNESS ACT?

    THERE ARE OVER 700 FEDERALLY DESIGNATED WILDERNESS AREAS IN FORTY-FOUR STATES, COVERING MORE THAN 107 MILLION ACRES OF LAND, OR AROUND 5% OF THE UNITED STATES LAND BASE.

     AND THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE (NPS) IS  RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GROSS MISMANAGEMENT AND NEGLECT OF  MORE THAN 84 MILLION ACRES OF THAT 107 MILLION ACRES OF PUBLIC LAND IN 412  OF OVER 700 AREAS IN FORTY-FOUR STATES.

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    Centennial Initiative 2016 – National Park Service

    https://www.nps.gov/nava/learn/…/centennial-initiative-2016.ht…

    NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IN 2016, … THINGS TO COME AS THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PREPARES TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS!

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    Using statistics from, MAR 15, 2012

    The Wilderness Act is widely known as one of the nation’s preeminent

    preservation statutes.

    FEDERALLY DESIGNATED WILDERNESS AREAS ARE FOUND WITHIN EACH MAJOR CATEGORY OF THE FEDERAL PUBLIC LANDs…….

    1. NATIONAL FORESTS
    2. NATIONAL PARKS
    3. WILDLIFE REFUGES
    4. PUBLIC LANDS MANAGED BY THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)

    THERE ARE OVER 700 FEDERALLY DESIGNATED WILDERNESS AREAS IN FORTY-FOUR STATES, COVERING MORE THAN 107 MILLION ACRES OF LAND, OR AROUND 5% OF THE UNITED STATES LAND BASE.11

    THE VAST MAJORITY OF WILDERNESS IN THE LOWER FORTY-EIGHT STATES—ABOUT 75%—IS LOCATED  WITHIN ONLY FIVE ECOREGIONS: one desert ecoregion—the Mojave Desert of

    California—and four high elevation ecoregions—the southern and middle

    Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest.

    Read more at https://law.lclark.edu/live/files/11181-421zellmerpdf Lewis & Clark Law School

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    July 24, 2016 JUST ASKING?

    WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REST OF THE GROSSLY MISMANAGED FEDERAL PUBLIC LAND?

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    Wild Olympics | Citizen Review Online

    citizenreviewonline.org/category/wildolympics/

    Olympic Peninsula, WA – The Wild Olympics debate has continued locally. ….. CONSPIRACY EXPOSED Oct. 8, 1992 The notarized document was written on …

    Wild Olympics – Oct. 8, 1992 to Oct. 29, 2012

    Commentary by Pearl Rains-Hewett

    Posted 10/29/2012

    CONSPIRACY EXPOSED Oct. 8, 1992 The notarized document  was written on Oct. 8, 1992 by George C. Rains Sr. when he was 77 years old.

    OVER 20 YEARS AGO George C. Rains Sr. WROTE

    How can a Federal Government of ours pay money for things like this when our government is many trillions of dollars in debt?

    This conspiracy will never end unless you people, property owners and tax payers start fighting back to stop the conspiracy and the taking of all our property on the Olympic Peninsula.

     The Olympic National Park has doubled in size to over one million acres or more.

     Most people have no knowledge of these vast encroachments to take our property and property rights on the Olympic Peninsula, and it is time that the truth be known. Land and Power Grab

     The National Park Service has no respect for private property ownership and rights.

     Attempts are being made to grab land corridors on each side of the major rivers on the Olympic Peninsula. If they succeed here attempts will be made to grab land corridors on smaller streams on the Olympic Peninsula.

     Pearl Rains Hewett

    Read on if you are concerned Continue reading

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    THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN, WILDERNESS, WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS IS MORE THAN A SCAM

    UNDER THE WILDERNESS ACT OF 1964,

    THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN, WILDERNESS, WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS, is not a giving of access of public land to THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

    indeed,  IT IS A TAKING OF PUBLIC LAND ACCESS, it is a taking of the full use and enjoyment to over 300 million people

    THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN  is a dishonest scheme; “Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage”

     And basically, call it the ignorance, of American citizens or whatever,

    But basically, the ignorance, of American citizens, is really, really critical for  THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN, WILDERNESS, WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS to pass.”

    THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN  is more than a fraud, a thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably claiming or being credited with accomplishments or qualities.

    THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN  is more than a swindle, using deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions..

    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.

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    July 18, 2016

    HOW WILD IS THIS LIBERAL NEWS REPORTING?

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     07.18.16

    Map released in support of Wild Olympics campaign; two outdoor retailers touting Peninsula’s nature, recreation

    Two popular outdoor clothing retailers are encouraging their customers to visit the Olympic Peninsula and support the Wild Olympics campaign.

    REI and Patagonia are promoting the Wild Olympics campaign at REI Seattle and online, encouraging customers to experience the diverse nature and outdoor recreation available on the North Olympic Peninsula.

    THE CAMPAIGN SUPPORTS THE PROPOSED WILD OLYMPICS WILDERNESS AND WILD & SCENIC RIVERS ACT, WHICH WAS REINTRODUCED LAST YEAR BY U.S. SEN. PATTY MURRAY, D-SEATTLE, AND U.S. REP. DEREK KILMER, D-GIG HARBOR.

    The bill would permanently protect more than 126,000 acres of new wilderness areas in Olympic National Forest and 19 Olympic Peninsula rivers and their tributaries as Wild and Scenic Rivers — the first ever on the Peninsula.

    Initiative’s shaping

    The effort comes out of a process involving local communities, businesses and economic leaders of the Olympic Peninsula who helped shape the initiative, organizers said.

    “For those of us that live on the Peninsula, we know about the natural beauty,” said state Rep. Steve THARINGER, A SEQUIM DEMOCRAT who represents the 24th Legislative District. “That’s the advantage of living here.

    “You can choose to walk on the spit or go up in the hills and walk in the Olympics. There’s a lot of folks that don’t know the variety we have here.”

    The North Olympic Timber Action Committee has been looking for a compromise to the legislation for the past several years that would help support the timber industry, said Carol Johnson, executive director.

    NOTAC substantially agrees with the concept of the proposal but wants to remove areas that are routinely logged, she said.

    “What we said is, make some adjustments to the proposal and bring into the plan a timber base that is routinely roaded,” she said.

    “Make that part of the plan so we can have a sustainable harvest level in perpetuity and have our support.”

    Connie Gallant, chair of the Wild Olympics, called the partnership with REI and Patagonia exciting.

    “It is our hope that legislation happens in the near future because it will benefit our economy and environment a great deal,” she said.

    Outdoor recreation groups REI and Patagonia unveiled a new “Destination Wild Olympics” map, highlighting some recreation places in the Wild Olympics proposal.

    To view the map, see http://tinyurl.com/PDN-wildolympicsmap.

    The map highlights some spots on the North Peninsula that locals will know well, including the Dungeness River, Dungeness Spit, Sol Duc River, Sol Duc Falls Trail and local rivers.

    THARINGER SAID one of the goals is to get more people outside the area enjoying the nature that is offered on the Peninsula.

    “It’s a way to highlight the beauty and the wilderness in the park,” he said.

    “When folks are searching on the internet for things to do outside, you’ll never know what will trigger their interest.”

    Port Angeles City Councilwoman SISSI BRUCH SAID she supports the new initiative.

    “The idea of encouraging people who love the outdoors to come to our pristine wilderness areas while supporting their preservation has great synergy,” she said.

    “This, in concert with Port Angeles’ designation as the second-best outdoor town, validates Port Angeles’ status as a world-class outdoor recreation destination and speaks highly of our need to protect this unique and pristine environment.”

    The campaign comes from lawmakers and the outdoor clothing companies’ desires to protect and promote the outdoors, Tharinger said.

    ‘Promoting the outdoors’

    “I served on a GOVERNOR’S TASK FORCE with people from REI, and they are interested in promoting the outdoors,” he said.

    “I think it’s a synergy between PATAGONIA, REI AND THE FOLKS INTERESTED IN GETTING THE LEGISLATION PASSED THROUGH CONGRESS.”

    THARINGER SAID there is concern about the designations regarding logging but that he doesn’t see an impact to the commercial logging industry.

    “Making these designations is not going to impact the timber supply, but it does bolster the tourist industry,” he said.

    Free hard copies of the map will also be available at REI retail outlets in the Puget Sound area.
    By:  Jesse Major
    Source: Peninsula Daily News

    The bottom line….

    Basically, the ignorance, of American citizens, is really, really critical for  THE WILD OLYMPICS PLAN, WILDERNESS, WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS to pass.


  • The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

    2012 TWO COUNTIES – same problem – water and land use REGULATIONS

    SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF –  CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON

    WHAT HAVE OUR COUNTY’S GOT IN COMMON?

     WATER AND LAND USE REGULATIONS AND LITIGATION ARE DESTROYING US.

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    2016  THREE  COUNTIES – same problem – water and land use REGULATIONS

    FEBRUARY 26, 2016  THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY (WA DC Edicts) FEDERAL CONTROL, THREE COUNTIES,  THREE STATE, SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF –  CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON And JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON CAUSED BY THE….

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    THIS IS A MUST READ FIRST

    BLM Bureau of Land Mismanagement

    Posted on February 29, 2016 9:33 am by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment

    February 26, 2016 Toni Webb’s  story is here… OREGON CANDIDATE EXPOSES SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY FEDERAL CONTROL IN JOSEPHINE COUNTY OREGON

    Liz and I both saw this … As the history of our three counties in three different states. Washington State, Oregon and Calif. Liz Bowen is from Siskiyou County, Calif. Pie N Politics Pearl Rains Hewett is from Clallam County WA

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    JUNE 10, 2016

    The Bottom line….

    Pearl Rains Hewett,  LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

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    By Donald J. Trump April 14, 2016 7:18 p.m. ET

    (unedited full text)

     LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

    Behind My Back | Let Me Ask America a Question

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/04/26/letmeaskamerica-a-question/

    Apr 26, 2016 – Let Me Ask America a Question. How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.

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    MAY 9, 2016 DONALD J. TRUMP SAID ” AS A BUSINESSMAN I THINK REGULATIONS ARE EVEN WORSE THAN TAXES”.

    WOW, GETTING RID OF THE EPA?  Environmental Protection Agency

    THE ESA THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT?

    May 27, 2016 – Trump accused state officials of denying water to Central Valley farmers so they can send it … so they can send it out to sea ‘to protect a certain kind of threeinch fish‘. The theory that California’s water shortage is all the fault of the Environmental Protection Agency is, like most conspiracy.

    GO FIGURE? WATER FOR PEOPLE NOT A THREE INCH ENDANGERED SMELT.

    The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

    Apr 26, 2016 – Let Me Ask America a Question. How has the ‘system’ been working out for you and your family? No wonder voters demand change.

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    DONALD J. TRUMP, AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, A BUSINESS MAN, WILL BE TRANSFERRING THE CONTROL OF OUR PRIVATE AND PUBLIC LANDS BACK TO WESTERN STATES, LIKE OREGON, BACK TO WE THE PEOPLE, BECAUSE IT IS SO CRITICAL TO OUR SURVIVAL.

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     The Human Toll in Siskiyou County – KARE

    www.klamathalliance.org/information/the-humantoll-in-siskiyoucounty/

    Siskiyou County has been hard hit by the environmental movement during the past twenty years. Time and again, we are promised that tourism will rise and …

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    Nov 18, 2012- June 10, 2016

    CLALLAM COUNTY WASHINGTON- SISKIYOU COUNTY CALIF-  

    OUR TIMBER INDUSTRIES  HAVE BEEN HARD HIT BY THE “ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT” DURING THE PAST TWENTY YEARS.

    TIME AND AGAIN, WE ARE PROMISED THAT TOURISM WILL RISE AND …

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    from Pearl Rains-Hewett

    Posted 11/18/2012

    WHAT HAVE OUR COUNTY’S GOT IN COMMON?

    OUR TIMBER INDUSTRIES AND,

    How Water and Land Use REGULATIONS and Litigation Are DESTROYING Us

    2012 “The hand writing on the wall” is an idiom for “imminent doom or misfortune” and for “the future is predetermined”.

    CLALLAM COUNTY

    Timber harvesting is the dominant land use in the County with 285,842 acres in large commercial timber holdings. Widespread timber harvesting in the area began in the 1920’s and continued intensively through the 1980’s, when the rate slowed significantly due in part to federal listings of the northern SPOTTED OWL AND MARBLED MURRELET.

    At one time, it was the largest timber production area in the state.

    However, OUR FOREST INDUSTRIES HAVE BEEN DEVASTATED BY FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATIONS.

    How many sawmills and wood processing facilities are gone?

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline.

    Eighty- one % (81%) of the land base in Clallam County proper is in Federal (or state) ownership.

    Olympic National Forest Is over 1 million acres.

    There are more than ? miles of wild and scenic rivers in Clallam County.

    What is the unemployment rate? 9.1% of the labor force Sep 2012

    One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands.

    acquisition or conservation easements

    new wildlife refuge

    convert acres of farmland to wetlands

    There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from?

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    SISKIYOU COUNTY

    Siskiyou County accounts for 15% of the timber harvested in California.

    At one time, it was the second largest timber production area in the state.

    However, our forest industries have been devastated by Federal and State regulations.

    There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from 30-40%.

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline.

    all 17 sawmills were gone and wood processing facilities

    Sixty-three % (63%) of the land base in Siskiyou County is in Federal (or state) ownership.

    There are more than 152 miles of wild and scenic rivers in the County.

    National Forest’s 1.7 million acres alone comprises 42% of Siskiyou County’s land base.

    In March of 2012, the unemployment rate was 18.7%, ranking Siskiyou 50th out of 56 counties in the state.

    The AP Economic Stress Index ranks Siskiyou County as the 14th most economically stressed county in the United States.

    One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands.

    Since 1999, 8,625.71 acres valued at $3,922,179 have been converted to Federal land.

    Another 11,236 acres of ranch land in the Shasta Valley is currently proposed for conversion to a new wildlife refuge.

    In addition, the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement seeks to convert 44,479 acres of farmland in the Upper Klamath Basin to wetlands, (some of which may be in Siskiyou County.)

    It also proposes to secure 21,800 acres of farmland by acquisition or conservation easements in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of Siskiyou County.

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    Pearl Rains Hewett

    Please read on if you are concerned

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    Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong 5/31/12

    “I have completed part I of my report on (Integrated Water Resources Management) IWRM. http://users.sisqtel.net/armstrng/IRWM%20siskiyou%20part1.htm This includes an economic and social impact study, a briefing on each of Siskiyou County’s Agricultural areas in the Klamath, a briefing on water rights and a chronology of the major actions (legal, regulatory) in the Klamath River/Siskiyou County over the past 15 years.”

    Part 1 – Siskiyou County

    How Water and Land Use Regulations and Litigation Are Destroying Us

    By Marcia H. Armstrong © 2012
    armsrtrng@sisqtel.net
    (reprint granted with attribution)

    Background on Siskiyou County and its Economy

     

    GENERAL:

    Sixty-three % (63%) of the land base in Siskiyou County is in Federal (or state) ownership. There are portions of the Klamath National Forest; Shasta-Trinity National Forest; Six Rivers National Forest;Modoc National Forest; and Rogue Siskiyou National Forest in Siskiyou County. The Klamath National Forest’s 1.7 million acres alone comprises 42% of Siskiyou County’s land base. The county also includes the Tule Lake and Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuges, as well as the Lava Beds National Monument. There are various BLM lands administered by the Redding, Medford, Ashland and Susanville BLM offices. There are more than 152 miles of wild and scenic rivers in the County. There are lands held in tribal trust for the Karuk and Quartz Valley Indian tribes.

    The entire land base of Siskiyou County is 4,038,843 acres or 6,287 square miles. Of this, 1,153,246 acres (29%) is in farmland, however only 138,000 acres (3% of tot. county acres) are irrigated. 2,525,216 acres is considered rangeland/woodland/ forest (inc. National Forest.) Our relatively sparse population of 44,301 classifies the county as “frontier.” There are nine small incorporated cities that date back to the California Gold Rush. Eight tenths of one percent of private land is urban.

    In the year 2000, the average unemployment rate for the year was 7.5%. By 2008, it had risen to 10.2%, rising again to 15.8% in 2009. In March of 2012, the unemployment rate was 18.7%, ranking Siskiyou 50th out of 56 counties in the state. There are many forest-dependent communities in our county where local unemployment is estimated from 30-40%. The average wage per job in 2008 was $32,707. That was only 63% of the state average. The median household income was $36,823 — or 60% of the state median. Non-household median income is currently $27,718 — a ranking of 47th in the state. The AP Economic Stress Index ranks Siskiyou County as the 14th most economically stressed county in the United States.

    Siskiyou County has a substantial low income population. In 2010, 18.6% of all residents in Siskiyou County, 26.6% of children under the age of 18 and 7.3% of those 65 years or older lived below the poverty line. In 2010, the economic impact of jobs at Human Services and entitlement benefits to County residents was $71,581,874. This includes: $11.6 million in annual “assistance costs” (CalWorks/welfare, Foster Care;) $8.8 million in annual food stamps; $4.7 million in In-Home-Support-Services for the elderly and disabled; and $36.7 million in Medical Assistance/Medi-Cal.

    Social statistics indicate that Siskiyou County has the second highest child abuse/neglect rate in the state – (3 times the state average.) Compared to Los Angeles County, Siskiyou County has higher rates of all forms of violent crime except homicide. [aggravated assaults, forcible rape, and robbery.] Often these crimes have similar underlying causes, namely, social strain combined with the selective disinhibition fueled by alcohol and drug use (read Robert Nash Parker; Robin Room; and Jeffery A Roth). The premature death rate for the general population is almost twice that of the national average.

    According to Indicators of Alcohol and Other Drug Risk and Consequences for California Counties Siskiyou County 2007, the number of local fatalities in alcohol-involved motor vehicle accidents was three times that of the statewide average; the death rate due to alcohol and drug use was 32.5 deaths per 100,000 persons (compared to a state average of 20.9/1000.) Methamphetamine accounted for 44% of admissions for alcohol and drug treatment. Admissions for alcohol use accounted for 31 percent of admissions in 2004. The death rate for cirrhosis if the liver was three times the Healthy People 2010 goal. Drug-induced deaths were 19 times higher than the Healthy People 2010 goal per 1,000. About 85% of child abuse cases involve methamphetamine.

    THE ECONOMY OF SISKIYOU COUNTY IS BASED ON SMALL BUSINESS. In 2008, there were 6,857 non-farm proprietors in Siskiyou County. According to 2007 data, 61% of non-farming establishments in Siskiyou County had less than 4 employees; 82% had less than 10 employees and 93% had less than 20.

    Agriculture is a major economic sector of the county. Our 2010 Siskiyou County Annual Crop and Livestock Report indicates that the agricultural valuation in the county was $195,711,956 (gross and excluding timber.) According to the USDA Ag Census, in 1992 Siskiyou County had 647,446 acres in farms. By 2007, this had been reduced to 597,534 acres. The 1996-2008 Land Use Summary, Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program indicates that during the span of the report, Siskiyou County lost 15,164 acres of prime farmland; 3,036 acres of farmland of statewide importance; 40,456 acres of farmland of local importance. With an addition of 16,126 acres of grazing land and 2,390 acres of unique farmland, this mean a total loss of 40,140 acres of farmland. In 2000, there were 895 farm proprietors in Siskiyou County. This declined to only 730 in 2008. The county lost 81 livestock ranches from 1992 to 2007, with an accompanying loss of 20,882 fewer cattle and calves in inventory. According to the CA D.O.T. Siskiyou County Economic Forecast, since 1995, Siskiyou County’s agriculture industries have experienced substantial job loss of about 586 jobs, declining almost 45%.

    During the past 20 years, there has also been a restructuring of size and sales in agricultural operations. Since 1992 to 2007, there has been an increase in the number of small farms: farms under 10 acres doubled to 80. Farms under 50 acres increased 59% to 229. Farms 50-179 acres increased 27% to 228. Farms from 180-449 acres remained about the same at 79. However, there was a 19% reduction in farms 1000 acres or more to 100 farms in 2007. One aspect of this is land conversion from private to Federal lands. Since 1999, 8,625.71 acres valued at $3,922,179 have been converted to Federal land. Another 11,236 acres of ranch land in the Shasta Valley is currently proposed for conversion to a new wildlife refuge. In addition, the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement seeks to convert 44,479 acres of farmland in the Upper Klamath Basin to wetlands, (some of which may be in Siskiyou County.) It also proposes to secure 21,800 acres of farmland by acquisition or conservation easements in the Scott and Shasta Valleys of Siskiyou County.

    At the same time, farms having less than $2,500 in sales increased 105% to 359. Farms selling $2,500-9,999 stayed about the same at 151. Farms selling $10-$24,999 decreased 10% to 95. Farms selling $25,000-$49,999 decreased about 18% to 60. Farms selling $50,000 to $99,999 decreased 45% to 44 and farms with sales in excess of $100,000 increased by 28% to 137.

    Siskiyou County accounts for 15% of the timber harvested in California. At one time, it was the second largest timber production area in the state. However, our forest industries have been devastated by Federal and State regulations. For instance, the forestry section of Siskiyou County’s 1972 Conservation Element of the General Plan indicated that there were 17 sawmills in the county (employing 2,055 people or 24% of the employment base) and 8 wood processing facilities (employing 294 people or 3% of the employment base). There were 46 logging contractors and support establishments employing 501 people or 5% of the employment base. By 2007, ALL 17 SAWMILLS WERE GONE. The census indicates that there were a total of 6 wood products manufacturing establishments (including veneer mills) employing 380 people (one mill has subsequently closed in Butte Valley). There were 38 Logging, Forestry and Support Establishments employing 157 employees.

    There is no doubt that the restrictions on timber harvest from public lands under the Northwest Forest Plan have played a significant role in this decline. In 1978, 239 MMBF of timber was harvested from the Klamath National Forest (KNF), 274 MMBF from the Shasta Trinity National Forest (STNF) and 73 MMBF from the Six Rivers National Forest (SRNF.) In 2008, 20 MMBF was harvested from the KNF, 22 MMBF from the STNF and 8 MMBF from the SRNF. [Seehttp://users.sisqtel.net/armstrng/regulatory%20impacts.htm for links to tables and reports]

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    The Human Toll in Siskiyou County – KARE

    The Human Toll in Siskiyou County

    SISKIYOU COUNTY HAS BEEN HARD HIT BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT DURING THE PAST TWENTY YEARS. TIME AND AGAIN,

    WE ARE PROMISED THAT TOURISM WILL RISE AND OFFSET ANY DAMAGE TO OUR RESOURCE DRIVEN ECONOMY, AND YET THOSE DOLLARS REFUSE TO MATERIALIZE.

    For 20 years, timber has been excluded from our national forests (see this shocking graph) which consume nearly two thirds of our entire county. Mining has been all but eliminated, agriculture (the largest remaining industry in this county)

    AND NOW KS WILD HAS THE TEMERITY TO CLAIM THAT OUR COUNTY WILL BE BETTER OFF WITH ANOTHER 200,000 ACRES (OF 600,000 TOTAL) OF TIMBERLAND LOCKED UP IN SOME “CLIMATE REFUGE?” Next time somebody trots out that line, give them some of these demographic statistics:

    Unemployment, July 2011

    (State wide data by county: PDF file)

    • California: 12.4%
    • Siskiyou Co: 16.6%
    • Shasta Co: 15.0%
    • Modoc Co: 13.9%
    • Humboldt Co: 11.9%
    • LA Co: 13.3%
    • Sacramento Co: 12.9%
    • San Franscsco Co: 9.0%

    Siskiyou County 2010 Snapshot

    (PDF file)

    • Population: around 48,000
    • The median age of the population is 43
    • 36% of the population is employed
    • Unemployment is 18.5%
    • Median Household Income $35,692 ($59,928 for CA)
    • 28% of households have children under 18 (46% USA)
    • 18% of the population lives below the poverty line (13% CA)
    • 27% of children live below the poverty line (18.5% CA)
    • 18% of the population is eligible for food stamps
    • 22% are eligible for Medi-Cal programs (18% CA)
    • Substantiation of Child Abuse and Neglect 31.7 per 1,000 ( 9/1,000 for CA)
    • Siskiyou Co. has higher rates of all violent crime (aggravated assaults, forcible rape and robbery) except homicide than Los Angeles Co. 11% of Seniors aged 60 and above have been abused.
    • Methamphetamine accounts for 44% of substance abuse treatment admissions. Roughly 11.9 percent of adolescents under 18 reported binge drinking over the past month (CA 6.6 percent.)
    • Of youth between age 10-17 admitted for treatment, 72% were for marijuana, 17% methamphetamine, and 11% alcohol. 83% were male. This age group also accounts for 13% of drug-related arrests.
    • Individuals between 25 and 34 years account for 25 percent of admissions to alcohol and drug treatment. This age group also accounts for 22 percent of drug related arrests
    • Individuals between 35 and 44 years accounts for 27 percent of alcohol-related arrests

    Twenty Year Trends

    (PDF file)

    • Demographic Trends — Age distribution: The census indicates that between 1990 and 2008, Siskiyou County experienced a 25% loss in the population of children under the age of 18. The County saw a 45% increase in the population age 45-64 and an 18% increase of those age 65 and older. This shows that our population is aging dramatically, and younger family wage earners are migrating elsewhere.
    • Income Trends; The BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis) indicates that in 1987, the average wage for jobs in Siskiyou County were 73% of the California average. There was a steady decline down to as low as 57% in the year 2000, then the percentage stabilized at 61 % with an increase to 63% in 2008. This shows that our wages are depressed, not keeping pace with inflation and the rest of the state.
    • Unemployment — The EDD statistics indicate that from 1990-2009, the highest rates of unemployment occurred in individual months in 1991-1993 (19.3-21.1%.) The average rate of unemployment for 1991 was 13.2, for 1992 — 15.8 and for 1993 -15.6. This high rate likely reflects the closure of the four timber mills in Siskiyou County between 1989-1999. The rate of unemployment then very gradually decreased each year until it plateaued around 2001 -2007 at 8-9.5% It climbed to an average of 10.2% in 2008 and was at 15.8% average in 2009.
    • Median Household Income The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, the median household income of Siskiyou County residents was $22,077. This was 66% of the California median, (down $11,000 from the CA median.) In 2008, the Siskiyou County median was $36,823. It had decreasedto 60% of the California median, (down $24,000 from the CA median household income.) Siskiyou County ranks 51 out of 58 California Counties in median income.
    • Poverty Rates — The census (SAIPE) reports that in 1989, 14.4% of Siskiyou County residents lived below the poverty line. This was 1.7% higher than the poverty rate for California in general. In 1989, 23.5% of children under 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This was 2.2% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 16.4% of all residents in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. This is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 3.1% higher than the California rate. In 2008, 25.4% of children under the age of 18 in Siskiyou County lived in poverty. That is a 2 percent increase in the rate over that of 1989 and is 6.9% greater than the California rate.

    Summary Comment: Siskiyou County is an aging county. A large percentage of children in the county live in poverty and this is getting worse. Average wages are poor compared to the rest of California and getting worse. The household median income in the County has historically lagged far behind that of California and is getting worse. Unemployment has always been substantially higher than California in general. After stabilizing from high employment in the aftermath of mill closures and Forest Service layoffs, unemployment has substantially increased in the past two years and is climbing. It is currently 15.6% (May 2010.) The well-being of a substantial number of Siskiyou County residents is depressed and trending downward.

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    JUNE 10, 2016

    The Bottom line….

    Pearl Rains Hewett,  LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION

    HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY?

     


  • WOW Stop the 2016 WILD OLYMPICS

    WOW STOP THE 2016 WILD OLYMPICS

    SAME WILD WA DC  AGGRESSORS

    SAME WAR ON WILD

    Jun 21, 2012 Dicks, Senators Murray and Cantwell and Rep. Kilmer started the WILD WILDERNESS OLYMPICS  WAR ON Jun 21, 2012. H.R. 5995 (112th). To designate and expand wilderness areas in Olympic National Forest in the State of Washington….

    AND THEY LOST

    Jan 16, 2014 – Dicks, Derek Kilmer, U.S. Senators. Patty Murray and Cantwell . The Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 2014 … Jan 17, 2014. H.R. 3922 (113th). To designate and expand wilderness areas in Olympic National Forest in the State of Washington…. , (also known as WILD OLYMPICS SCAM- WAR ON WILD)

    AND THEY LOST

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    NOW, THE SAME WILD WA DC AGGRESSORS

     ARE BACK IN 2016

    Jun 4, 2015 – WILD OLYMPICS: Senator Murray and Representative Kilmer Renew Push

    The Wild Olympics Wilderness and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act would designate 126,554 acres of existing federal land as wilderness in the Olympic National Forest and designate 464 river miles across 19 rivers and major tributaries on the Olympic Peninsula as Wild and Scenic Rivers.

     Jun 4, 2015  SENATOR MURRAY HAS INTRODUCED  SENATE BILLS  FOR WILDERNESS AND WILDING, SACRIFICING THE USE OF OUR PUBLIC NATIONAL PARKS, PRIVATE LANDS  AND RIVERS.  PLACING RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE RESOURCES, OF, AND IN WASHINGTON, IDAHO, CALIFORNIA, AND OREGON STATE

    INDEED, THE  LOSERS ARE BACK

    INSANITY: DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND EXPECTING DIFFERENT RESULTS.” – ALBERT EINSTEIN

    STOP THE WILD INSANITY IN WA DC

    IF  SENATORS  MURRAY, CANTWELL AND REPRESENTATIVE KILMER CAN NOT FUND AND MAINTAIN THE NATIONAL PARK LAND THAT THEY HAVE…

    National parks face $12 billion backlog – Business Insider

    www.businessinsider.com/ap-national-parks-face-12billi

    Business Insider Feb 5, 2016 – THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE IS CELEBRATING ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY THIS YEAR, BUT THE SYSTEM FACES A MULTIBILLION DOLLAR MAINTENANCE BACKLOG THAT …

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    TAKE THE TIME TO CONTACT YOUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES IN WA DC AND ASK THEM TO STOP THIS WILD INSANITY,  PERPETUATED BY THE SAME LOSERS, AFFECTING WASHINGTON STATE, IDAHO, CALIFORNIA, AND OREGON.

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    Behind My Back | WOW Opposition to Wild Olympics

    www.behindmyback.org/2015/07/21/wow-opposition-to-wildolympics/

    Jul 21, 2015 – WOW Opposition to Wild Olympics Yesterday, Ross and I, (two 74 year old senior citizens) put up (12) “STOP WILD … The signs read “Stop Wild Olympics $900 Million Land Grab” …. Wild Olympics is More than a Scam » …

    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.

    The bottom line

    WOW STOP THE 2016 WILD OLYMPICS

    MY RULE ALWAYS PUT THE BOTTOM LINE AT THE TOP.

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    YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A GENIUS TO FIGURE THIS OUT,

    BUT IT’S REASSURING  TO HAVE  EINSTEIN’S OPINION


  • Wilding the West Murrays Choice Our Sacrifice

    Wilding the West Murray’s Choice Our Sacrifice

    SENATOR MURRAY HAS MADE HER CHOICE, INTRODUCING  SENATE BILLS  FOR WILDERNESS AND WILDING, SACRIFICING THE USE OF OUR PUBLIC NATIONAL PARKS, PRIVATE LANDS  AND RIVERS.  PLACING RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE RESOURCES OF, AND IN WASHINGTON, IDAHO, CALIFORNIA, AND OREGON STATE

    Subcommittee on Public Lands, Forests and Mining Legislative Hearing

    Please click on and read the two links below.

    Someone else’s choice = your sacrifice

    There are some words and terms with a local parallel which you will quickly recognize like: STAKEHOLDERS, SUSTAINABILITY, UNSUSTAINABLE, COLLABORATE ,WATER UNCERTAINTY, JOBS, GREEN ECONOMY, BIODIVERSITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, TRANSPARENCY, RESTORATION, WATER QUALITY, POLLUTION,

    STATUS QUO (which is probably code for locals trying to maintain their legal, economic, citizenship and constitutional rights)

     INEQUALITY, EQUALITY, INDIGENOUS, LOCAL, ORGANIC, ORGANIC AGRICULTURE, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL, SUSTAINABLE GROWTH, CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT, MONITORING, FAIRNESS, JUSTICE, DISTRIBUTIONAL JUSTICE, GOVERNANCE (as opposed to representative government) and on and on. We have been thoroughly sound-bite-bitten by those same UN mantra bumper sticker slogans and terms around here since the beginning of the local collaborator’s stakeholder “settlement” process. It all seems to be frighteningly in sync as well with what is referred to as the UN’s Millennium Declaration and Millennium Development Goals.

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    “Well, if I wanted all the people out of Northern California, what would I do?”

    I’d lock up all the natural resources.  I would remove all the infrastructure… like the DAMS. After some more time went by… I’d have the National Forest in a quasi wilderness area, I’d have the loggers gone…Get rid of the pesky diggers..the mining community. I’d go after the agriculture community…attempt to eliminate them.  I’d go up stream…get rid of the  dams, remove the water inventory and electrical generation for 70,000 homes.

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     Well, if Senator Murray wanted all the people out of the Olympic Peninsula, what would she do?

    Murray introduced the Senate Bill 1510; To designate and expand wilderness areas in OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST IN THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, AND TO DESIGNATE CERTAIN RIVERS IN OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST AND OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK AS WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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    Senator Murray wants all the people off of the Olympic Peninsula

    WELL, IF I WANTED SENATOR MURRAY OUT OF THE U.S. WILDING WILDERNESS BUSINESS, WHAT WOULD I DO?

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    Email my Comment to: Lisa Murkowski
    Chairman of Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Office and Senate Appropriations

    Chairman – U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural …

    www.energy.senate.gov › Home › About United States Senate

    Lisa Murkowski is Alaska’s senior representative in the U.S. Senate and the chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and Senate Appropriations … To visit Chairman Murkowski’s person office website, click here.

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    My email to Senator Lisa Murkowski
    United States Senator, Alaska

    Subcommittee on Public Lands, Forests and Mining Legislative Hearing

    Indeed, I do oppose any and all additional Wild, Wilderness, LAND and river designations in the U.S.A.

    SENATOR MURRAY’S BILLS ARE FOR WILDING  AND SACRIFICING OUR USE OF PUBLIC  LANDS AND RIVERS IN WASHINGTON, IDAHO, CALIFORNIA, AND OREGON STATE.

    THE NPS CARETAKERS HAVE A $12 BILLION DOLLAR BACK LOG OF MAINTENANCE.

    BY DEFINITION THE NPS IS NOT AND HAS NOT BEEN FULFILLING IT’S OBLIGATION OR RESPONSIBILITY AS CARETAKER TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE  FOR KEEPING THE NATION’S NATIONAL PARKS  IN GOOD REPAIR.

    BY DEFINITION,  THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE HAS BECOME A GATEKEEPER. THAT CONTROLS PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ACCESS TO OUR PUBLIC LAND AND RESOURCES.

    Pearl Rains Hewett

    Clallam County WA

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    Thank you very much for contacting my office. I have received your message and your views are important to me. Please be on the lookout for a response from me or my staff.

    In the meantime, please feel free to call my Washington, DC office at (202) 224-6665, connect with me on Facebook, or follow me on Twitter for news and updates.

    Sincerely,

    Lisa Murkowski
    United States Senator, Alaska

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    304 Dirksen Senate Building
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    Phone: (202) 224-4971
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    AND MURRAY’S FOR OTHER PURPOSES? ALASKA?, ARIZONA?, UTAH?

    Subcommittee on Public Lands, Forests and Mining Legislative Hearing

    366 Dirksen Senate Office Building 02:30 PM

    The Energy and Natural Resources’ Subcommittee on Public Lands, Forests and Mining will hold a hearing on Thursday, April 21 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 366 Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, DC.

     The purpose of the hearing is to receive testimony on the following bills:

    1. 1510 (Murray), to designate and expand wilderness areas in Olympic National Forest in the State of WASHINGTON, and to designate certain rivers in Olympic National Forest and Olympic National Park as wild and scenic rivers, and for other purposes.

       S. 1167 (Crapo), to modify the boundaries of the Pole Creek Wilderness, the Owyhee River Wilderness, and the North Fork Owyhee Wilderness and to authorize the continued use of motorized vehicles for livestock monitoring, herding, and grazing in certain wilderness areas in the State of IDAHO.

       S. 1423 (Boxer), to designate certain Federal lands in CALIFORNIA as wilderness, and for other purposes.

    • S. 1699 (Wyden), to designate certain land administered by the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service in the State of OREGON as wilderness and national recreation areas and to make additional wild and scenic river designations in the State of Oregon, and for other purposes.
    • S. 1777 (Risch), to amend the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act to authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to maintain or replace certain facilities and structures for commercial recreation services at Smith Gulch in IDAHO, and for other purposes.
    • S. 2018 (Murkowski), to convey, without consideration, the reversionary interests of the United States in and to certain non-Federal land in Glennallen, ALASKA.
    • S. 2223 (Thune), to transfer administrative jurisdiction over certain Bureau of Land Management land from the Secretary of the Interior to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs for inclusion in the BLACK HILLS National Cemetery, and for other purposes.
    • S. 2379 (Flake), to provide for the unencumbering of title to non-Federal land owned by the city of Tucson, ARIZONA, for purposes of economic development by conveyance of the Federal reversionary interest to the City.
    • S. 2383 (Hatch), To withdraw certain Bureau of Land Management land in the State of UTAH from all forms of public appropriation, to provide for the shared management of the withdrawn land by the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of the Air Force to facilitate enhanced weapons testing and pilot training, enhance public safety, and provide for continued public access to the withdrawn land, to provide for the exchange of certain Federal land and State land, and for other purposes.

    The hearing will be webcast live on the committee’s website, and an archived video will be available shortly after the hearing is complete. Witness testimony will be available on the website at the start of the hearing.

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    Letter to KBC News by Mark Johnson, 4/12/16

    “Well, if I wanted all the people out of Northern California, what would I do?”
    I’d lock up all the natural resources.  I would remove all the infrastructure… like the Klamath dams.

    I would put the people on printed money heroin…and they would get addicted to transfer payments and free government services.

    After some more time went by… I’d have the Klamath National Forest in a quasi wilderness area, I’d have the loggers gone…Get rid of the pesky diggers..the mining community. I’d go after the agriculture community…attempt to eliminate them.  I’d go up stream…get rid of the 4 dams, remove the water inventory and electrical generation for 70,000 homes.  The warm nutrient rich waters from above the dams would not be cleaned by the dreaded green algae.  The nutrient rich without the dams…the water would be warmer down stream, the O2 level less…and the fish kill cycles greater, and deeper.

    Then I’d go to the Klamath Basin…and slowly, surely…eliminate the federal water projects, the potato farmers, the alfalfa farmers,

    I’d make it all a big wetlands area like before the white man.

    Then as a government… I’d be broke…my govt printed money would have no purchasing power. My debt would be so great that I would have to print money to pay the debt which equals inflation.

    The people I tricked with BIA and O and C transfer payments would have no means of support, no raw materials….and no land for wealth creation.

    Those rural people would have to migrate to the cities, or they would have to die early…. like the Native American does on the reservation system.

    U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time

    It’s not really politics so much as it is Math.

    Take out enough infrastructure…get a welfare govt like the one we have in the US now……. then you can share with Venzuela:

    Venezuela Declares Every Friday A Holiday To Conserve Electricity | Zero Hedge

    It can happen here.   It is happening here.
    Mark Johnson

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    Someone else’s choice = your sacrifice
    Posted on the www.klamathbasincrisis.org / KBC News Discussion Forum by Finnious T Fogbottom Tue April 12, 2016
    Over the past 25 years over 800 dams of various sizes have been destroyed in our nation alone. That is a bit scary since one of the big differences between first and third world countries is found in the existence or absence of fully functioning dams. The politically correct World Bank had been busily financing the construction of Third World dams by the way, until there arose too much pressure from their otherwise Green allies. Truly when the ethically protected usage, flow and storage of water is harnessed by and for humankind freedom can have a tendency to abound, when combined with free markets that is. With the availability of resources as such there also comes great opportunity for individual advancement in terms of education, employment, wealth, strength, vitality, health and the pursuit of happiness. That also leads directly to the enhancement of the general fitness, financial soundness, global relevance, unity, security and wellbeing of a nation, from the bottom up.

    On the other hand if a certain sort would like to subversively take control of a nation an obvious place to begin would be to gain despotic, destructive and disruptive control over its waters. Because with that also comes authority over many other things that we can’t live without like food, wealth, jobs, electricity etc. It hasn’t gone without notice that over recent decades there have been many an alarming attempt and success in the movement to drain our citizenry and nation of its wealth, rights, freedom, future, confidence, trust of government, unadulterated history and might. Simultaneously a form of top down centralized constituency free governance has been worming its way into the political landscape of our nation and even the world.

    So, what if there really were dedicated and well funded operations in existence which work tirelessly to undermine capitalism, and with that reshape the balance of local, regional, national and global power? What if their preferred and nearly perfected disruptive mechanism is simply the oppressive manipulation of water, species, rights, equality issues, sea and land policy? What if all of this was falling into place through Marxist inspired radical political correctness and environmentalism, empowered by the tragic consensus, collaboration and support of a manipulated populace which has apocalyptically yet proudly exchanged the truth for a lie? Well, that just may be what is currently taking place near and far.

    Not too long before the seemingly treacherous and unsupported agreement to remove four Klamath River dams was signed (with blatant indifference to voter or congressional approval) it was more than a little disquieting to find out that Dan Keppen, (former head of the Klamath Water Users Association) had met with the Obama Whitehouse and United Nations associates in person to discuss water issues, water policy and resolution templates including the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement (KBRA) etc. That time line may be coincidental, still it is important to consider how many of the KBRA collaboration buzz words are found throughout a UN report titled MANAGING WATER UNDER UNCERTAINTY AND RISK. It is quite revealing to search out (control/F) certain words in that document. There are some words and terms with a local parallel which you will quickly recognize like: STAKEHOLDERS, SUSTAINABILITY, UNSUSTAINABLE, COLLABORATE ,WATER UNCERTAINTY, JOBS, GREEN ECONOMY, BIODIVERSITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, TRANSPARENCY, RESTORATION, WATER QUALITY, POLLUTION, STATUS QUO (which is probably code for locals trying to maintain their legal, economic, citizenship and constitutional rights) INEQUALITY, EQUALITY, INDIGENOUS, LOCAL, ORGANIC, ORGANIC AGRICULTURE, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL, SUSTAINABLE GROWTH, CLIMATE CHANGE, ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT, MONITORING, FAIRNESS, JUSTICE, DISTRIBUTIONAL JUSTICE, GOVERNANCE (as opposed to representative government) and on and on. We have been thoroughly sound-bite-bitten by those same UN mantra bumper sticker slogans and terms around here since the beginning of the local collaborator’s stakeholder “settlement” process. It all seems to be frighteningly in sync as well with what is referred to as he UN’s Millennium Declaration and Millennium Development Goals.

    I was sad but not astonished as well to see in Keppen’s Herald and News article that he was also happy about the success enjoyed by Klamath Blue Zone programs and projects. Here too rises up the nagging fear that KBZone may be just one more local manifestation of a citizen’s Marxist Manifesto. It does make you wonder for sure when the recent H & N Blue Zone article spewed this: “A community effort …these measures may look like someone coming into town and arbitrarily telling people what they can and can’t do. But he said there comes a time when a community needs to consider how an individual’s decisions impact the entire group… Sometimes, as a society, we have to ask and answer some very hard questions about what is best for all of us…Similarly, he continued, when it comes to health, sometimes we’re going to have to make difficult choices and make individual sacrifices in favor of benefiting a larger population.” It sounds like they would also like to eventually make some UN similar choices for us: choices for our improved healthy happy alternative communal sustainable future. In the end it is all about others answering questions and making choices for us – for the greater good of the greater number of course!

    Sky Lakes Medical Center (for the greater good) is NOW telling us that it is not making Blue Zones like choices for us, yet visitors can no longer buy sugared anything on the hospital premises. It is so nice that we have so many caring people running around close to where we live making “good choices” for we dummies! We dummies who don’t know good from bad, right from wrong, evil from good and on and on. A few more Soviet style consensus councils and we just may be on our way to heaven on earth, and peace and unity without God. Until things literally and predictably go to Hell.

    So, it should go without saying that there is as usual just a whole lot at stake in the upcoming elections. Especially when one considers that no truly conservative politician could ever have anything to do with the Marxist inspired, anti-republic KBRA etc., Blue Zones or the whole mess of tax and spend Citizens for Great Sounding but Eventually Self-Destructive Stuff. At their core one must fully consider the probability that whether by naivety, greed, misdirection, foolishness or malice they share the some of the political leanings as found in the bulk of our nation’s enemies past and present. It is all a receipt for disaster.

    As we discover through inquiry and questions what the candidates are all about and where their roots are fastened, we will then have a good idea of where they are coming from and where they are trying to go, or take us. In the end don’t vote for anyone who will try to get you to agree to sacrifice what you can’t afford to lose to someone who hasn’t earned it, then take you somewhere you don’t want your family, your friends, yourself, community, city, county, state or country, or world to go, let alone become!

    Oh yes, where did that $48,000,000 is misappropriated BOR funds end up? Here’s to a certain sort of upcoming indictment.

    Finnious T. Fogbottom

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    Just saying..

    Senator Murray wants all the people off of the Olympic Peninsula

    WELL, IF I WANTED SENATOR MURRAY OUT OF THE U.S. WILDING WILDERNESS BUSINESS, WHAT WOULD I DO?

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    Federally speaking

    EMAIL MY COMMENT TO: LISA MURKOWSKI
     CHAIRMAN OF SENATE ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE OFFICE AND SENATE APPROPRIATIONS


  • Go Find Your Park? Is it Under United Nations Control?

    Go Find Your Park? Is it Under United Nations AGENDA 21 Control?

    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    Find Your Park – Centennial (U.S. National Park Service)

    www.nps.gov/subjects/centennial/findyourpark.htm
    National Park Service

    Go to FindYourPark.com to share your heritage. Find Your Park logo … Find Your Park is about more than just national parks! It’s about the National Park Service …

    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES. Everyone finds their park in a different place and in a different way. These stories just might inspire you to find yours.

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    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/find

    There are many ways to find your park, and many places you can find it. Want to know where to start your journey? Browse by State or Search. Close. Search …

    Find A Park Experience

    IN 1995 THE WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE PLACED YELLOW STONE NATIONAL PARK 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND ON “THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST” (continued below)

    BELOW IS A COMPLETE LIST OF AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS AND SITES THAT HAVE BEEN PLACED UNDER AGENDA 21 UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL CONTROL, SIMPLY BY BEING DESIGNATED UNDER UNESCO, AS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE, MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE SITES . 

    THE LATEST ADDITION? San Antonio Missions

    IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT, THE ALAMO AND THE  MISSIONS OF SAN ANTONIO WERE ALREADY PROTECTED BY A PLETHORA OF LAWS, FEDERAL LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, TEXAS STATE LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ORDINANCES, AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, AND DEED RESTRICTIONS.

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    THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS INCLUDING “THE ALAMO” WAS AWARDED WORLD HERITAGE STATUS FROM UNESCO ON JULY 5, 2015?

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    THE DESIGNATIONS, ANNOUNCED SUNDAY, MARK THE FIRST TIME THAT A TEXAS SITE HAS BEEN DEEMED OF “OUTSTANDING CULTURAL OR NATURAL IMPORTANCE TO THE COMMON HERITAGE OF HUMANITY” BY UNESCO, THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION.

    IN JANUARY 2015 IN RESPONSE TO THE UNESCO NOMINATION, REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.

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    UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION San Antonio Missions DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL.
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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY ON FOREIGN CONTROL..

    Heritage Area Designations | Another Land Grab U.N. …

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    Aug 29, 2013 –Heritage Area Designations Another U.N. Agenda 21 Land GrabWorld Heritage Area Sites – are under United Nations Educational, …

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    SEPTEMBER 8, 1978. YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK AN AREA OF 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC PARK LAND BECAME A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE

    IN 1995 THE WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE PLACED YELLOW STONE NATIONAL PARK 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND ON “THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST”

    YELLOWSTONE’S ADDITION TO THE ENDANGERED LIST WAS PRIMARILY A RESULT OF THE CONCERN OVER THE PRIVATE LAND USE OF THE NEW WORLD MINE.

    A UNITED NATIONS “BUFFER ZONE SCHEME” WAS PROPOSED PLACING A BUFFER ZONE AROUND, OUTSIDE OF, AND BEYOND YELLOW STONE 2,219,789 ACRES OF PUBLIC NATIONAL PARK LAND…

    A UNITED NATIONS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE CREATED BUFFER ZONE DID TAKE THE PRIVATE PROPERTY, OF NORANDA, INC. CROWN BUTTE MINES BY AFTER BEING DESIGNATED AS A WORLD HERITAGE SITE.
    WOW.. BE ADVISED,  HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN 2016? IS IT ON THE WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN DANGER LIST? IS YOUR PUBLIC PARK LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY IN DANGER OF BEING SUCKED IN TO AND BEING CONFISCATED BY A BUFFER ZONE OUTSIDE OF YOUR PARK?

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    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/

    A park can be many different things to many different people. Watch the … MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES … Share your story to inspire others to find theirs.

    Share Your Story …
    MANY PARKS, MANY STORIES. Everyone finds their park in a different place and in a different way. These stories just might inspire you to find yours.
    HOW DO YOU FIND YOUR PARK IN JAN 22, 2016?

    Find Your Park

    findyourpark.com/find

    There are many ways to find your park, and many places you can find it. Want to know where to start your journey? Browse by State or Search. Close. Search …

    Find A Park Experience?

    THE NEARLY ONE MILLION ACRES OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
    HUGE SWATHS OF WORLD HERITAGE UN AGENDA 21, UNESCO BUFFER ZONES FOR TAKING PRIVATE PROPERTY HAVE BEEN PROPOSED AROUND AND IN ADDITION TO THE NEARLY ONE MILLION ACRES OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
    IS YOUR AMERICAN NATIONAL PARK PUBLIC LAND AND ADDITIONAL PRIVATE LAND UNDER UNESCO GLOBAL UNITED NATIONS “WORLD HERITAGE” CONTROL?

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    Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in …

    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2010/Jun/olympic_park.html

    Citizen Review Online features news and commentary to people who believe … Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in closing off more land and water … June 16, 2010 … This is straight out of the United Nations Agenda 21.Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in …
    www.citizenreviewonline.org/2010/Jun/olympic_park.html
    Jun 16, 2010 – This is not surprising, since the Olympic National Park holds two UN … Interestingly, THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA IS LOCATED RIGHT WITHIN THE BUFFER ZONE of this biosphere … In addition to the proposed enlargement of the Olympic National Park, … tens of thousands of acres around Lake Ozette, Richmond reported.
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    BUFFER ZONES? MORE LIKE THE NEW WORLD ORDER OF TH UN AGENDA 21?

    [PDF]Yellowstone National Park v. the New World Mine – Berkeley …

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    by P Dykstra – ‎1997 – ‎Cited by 17 – ‎Related articles

    contact jcera@law.berkeley.edu. Recommended Citation. Peter Dykstra, Defining the Mother Lode: Yellowstone National Park v. the New World Mine, …
    BUFFER ZONES: A Method To Defend Yellowstone from the New W orld M ine … In 1872, the creation of Yellowstone National Park (hereinafter. Yellowstone, or the …
    BUFFER ZONES: The authors of this definition emphasized that the first priority was the protected area, and the interests of the local citizens should be secondary.

    Part II proposes A BUFFER ZONE management scheme to help protect Yellowstone.
    Part III examines how buffer zones might be implemented near Yellowstone under existing law.

    Part IV discusses THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION AND YELLOWSTONE’S STATUS ASA WORLD HERITAGE SITE IN DANGER as an incentive for buffer zone protection.

    A GLOBAL BUFFER ZONE ONBOTH PUBLIC PAK LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY Noranda, Inc. Crown Butte Mines? Along with President Clinton, members of both Houses of Congress spoke out against the New World Mine.

    Find Your Park – Centennial (U.S. National Park Service)
    www.nps.gov/subjects/centennial/findyourpark.htm
    National Park Service
    The National Park Service invites you to find your park! In celebration of the 100th birthday of the National Park Service in 2016, we are launching a movement to …
    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING
    SINCE THE BEGINNING 1872, AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARK LANDS WERE ENACTED AND CREATED FOR THE USE BENEFIT AND ENJOYMENT OF WE THE PEOPLE. OUR NATIONAL PARKS LANDS ARE OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE.
    1872 Yellowstone National Park By the Act of March 1, 1872, Congress established Yellowstone National Park in the Territories of Montana and Wyoming “AS A PUBLIC PARK OR PLEASURING-GROUND FOR THE BENEFIT AND ENJOYMENT OF THE PEOPLE” and national parks can be created only through such acts.
    100 YEARS LATER AFTER, DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.
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    100 YEARS LATER….SINCE 1972 CONTINUING IN 2016
    AMERICA’S PROMISED LANDS HAVE BEEN GIVEN, BY THE US GOVERNMENT, TO THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNITED NATIONS
    BY FAR THE WORST GOVERNMENT TAKING OF AMERICAN’S PROMISED PUBLIC LAND IS, AND CONTINUES TO BE, TO AND FOR THE UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL UNESCO, AGENDA 21, WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SINCE 1972
    BY HOOK OR BY CROOK, ONE WAY OR ANOTHER, THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AT EVERY LEVEL, HAS CONTINUED TO TAKE AMERICAN’S DESIGNATED PUBLIC LAND RIGHTS AWAY FROM THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
    IN SPITE OF…
    Behind My Back | The ENABLING ACT February 22, 1889
    www.behindmyback.org/2014/03/…/the-enabling-act-february-22-1889/
    Mar 9, 2014 – Way back then, the Federal Government and the elected representative gave to and enabled American citizens, they made donations of public …
    Moving forward 125 years, “We the People” of Washington State, are in a battle with the Federal and state Governments and our elected representative struggling to preserve, protect, maintain the use of, intent and purpose of the public lands that were given to us in TRUST.
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    DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.

    The Bundy Family and Armed Resistance to ‘Government …
    www.breitbart.com/…/the-bundy-family-and-armed-resistance-t…
    Breitbart
    Jan 3, 2016 – Bundy Standoff in Nevada … BUNKERVILLE, NEVADA—The Bundy Ranch roundup has …. The Bundy ranch has filled that role for many.
    THE TAKEOVER AT MALHEUR WAS THE LATEST FLARE-UP IN THE SO-CALLED SAGEBRUSH REBELLION, A DECADES-OLD CONFLICT OVER THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S CONTROL OF MILLIONS ACRES OF LAND IN THE WEST.
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    THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, REQUESTING, FUNDING, ALLOWING AND GIVING OUR AMERICAN NATIONAL PARKS AND OTHER AMERICAN HERITAGE SITES TO THE UNITED NATIONS, FOR THE UNITED NATION WORLD HERITAGE SITES, FOR THE UNITED NATIONS MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE, PUTTING OUR AMERICAN HERITAGE PUBLIC LAND AND PRIVATE PROPERTY UNDER THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNESCO.
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    WOW, AND EXACTLY WHO IS FUNDING THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD HERITAGE SITES?
    Most of its income from COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS from countries
    INDEED, THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS IS LEGISLATING AND AMERICAN TAXPAYERS ARE PAYING FOR THE COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD HERITAGE SITES
    MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF AMERICAN TAXPAYER MONEY PAYING FOR COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UNITED NATION UNESCO, FOR WORLD HERITAGE SITES AS REQUIRED BY LAW OR A RULE; OBLIGATORY. INVOLVING OR EXERCISING COMPULSION; COERCIVE.
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    THE CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION OF WORLD HERITAGE SITES wouldn’t be possible without the financial resources to meet World Heritage needs. Sources of income include the World Heritage Fund, WHICH RECEIVES MOST OF ITS INCOME FROM COMPULSORY CONTRIBUTIONS FROM COUNTRIES (States Parties) and from voluntary contributions. Other sources of income include profits derived from sales of World Heritage publications, or funds-in-trust that are donated by countries for specific purposes.
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    AMERICA’S WORLD HERITAGE SITES UNDER THE GLOBAL CONTROL OF UNITED NATIONS UNESCO
    DESIGNATED U.S. WORLD HERITAGE SITES BY THE UNITED NATIONS, JOINING OTHER KEY LANDMARKS SUCH AS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY, PHILADELPHIA’S INDEPENDENCE HALL, YELLOWSTONE AND GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARKS AND MONTICELLO, THOMAS JEFFERSON’S VIRGINIA HOME……

    THE LATEST? San Antonio Missions
    THE SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS INCLUDING “THE ALAMO” WAS AWARDED WORLD HERITAGE STATUS FROM UNESCO ON JULY 5, 2015.
    In addition to the Alamo, the newly designated “world heritage” shrines include missions at Concepción, San Jose, San Juan and Espada, all in San Antonio.
    THE DESIGNATIONS, ANNOUNCED SUNDAY, MARK THE FIRST TIME THAT A TEXAS SITE HAS BEEN DEEMED OF “OUTSTANDING CULTURAL OR NATURAL IMPORTANCE TO THE COMMON HERITAGE OF HUMANITY” BY UNESCO, THE UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION.

    United States of America

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    WORLD HERITAGE San Antonio Missions
    THE SITE ENCOMPASSES
    A GROUP OF FIVE FRONTIER MISSION COMPLEXES SITUATED ALONG A STRETCH OF THE SAN ANTONIO RIVER BASIN IN SOUTHERN TEXAS,
    AS WELL AS A RANCH LOCATED 37 KILOMETRES TO THE SOUTH.
    IT INCLUDES ARCHITECTURAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES,
    FARMLANDS, RESIDENCIES, CHURCHES AND GRANARIES,
    AS WELL AS WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.
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    THE MISSIONS’ PHYSICAL REMAINS COMPRISE A RANGE OF ARCHITECTURAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES INCLUDING FARMLANDS (LABORES), CATTLE GROUNDS (RANCHOS), RESIDENCES, CHURCHES, GRANARIES, WORKSHOPS, KILNS, WELLS, PERIMETER WALLS AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS.
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    THE MISSIONS OF SAN ANTONIO WERE ALREADY PROTECTED BY A PLETHORA OF LAWS, FEDERAL LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, TEXAS STATE LAWS AND DESIGNATIONS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ORDINANCES, AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS, EASEMENTS, AND DEED RESTRICTIONS.
    IN JANUARY 2015 IN RESPONSE TO THE UNESCO NOMINATION, REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.
    UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL.
    HOW STUPID DO THE UNESCO OFFICIALS THINK THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN TEXAS ARE?
    WORD GETS AROUND IN CYBERSPACE
    AND, YOU CAN KEEP YOUR DOCTOR?
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    HOW STUPID DO WA DC ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE THINK WE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE?
    2015 UNESCO OFFICIALS HAVE SAID THE (WORLD HERITAGE) DESIGNATION DOES NOT OPEN UP THE ALAMO TO ANY KIND OF FOREIGN CONTROL?
    WHY EVERY AMERICAN TAXPAYING CITIZEN SHOULD OBJECT TO EVERY SQUARE INCH OF AMERICA’S PROMISED PUBLIC LAND BEING GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS
    PERHAPS THIS WILL REFRESH OUR WA DC ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE MEMORY…
    OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK WAS GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS IN 1976
    AS A WILD UNESCO, UN WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND A U.N. MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE.
    IN 1988, CONGRESS DESIGNATED 95% OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK AS WILDERNESS. …

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    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.
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    REPUBLICAN STATE SEN. DONNA CAMPBELL INTRODUCED LEGISLATION BANNING ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING THE ALAMO COMPLEX.
    WHY WOULD ANY ONE INTRODUCED LEGISLATION TO BAN ANY FOREIGN ENTITY FROM OWNING, CONTROLLING OR MANAGING PUBLIC LAND BEING GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE?
    WORD ABOUT FOREIGN GLOBAL CONTROL GETS AROUND IN CYBERSPACE
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    THE 2016 UNESCO EDITION OF AGENDA 21, WILL FOCUS MAINLY ON ISSUES DEALING WITH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, PARTICULARLY IN URBAN AREAS. THIS EVENT WILL GATHER MORE THAN 800 PARTICIPANTS FROM THE FIELDS OF “HERITAGE CONSERVATION”, archaeology, architecture and urban planning, engineering, social sciences, AS WELL AS FIELDS RELATED TO LOCAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CRISIS INTERVENTION.

    THE UNESCO CONGRESS IS ORGANISED UNDER THE AEGIS OF THE ISCEAH COMMITTEE OF ICOMOS INTERNATIONAL, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE EARTHEN ARCHITECTURE PROGRAMME (WHEAP).
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  • The Promised Land Olympic National Park

    The Promised Land Olympic National Park

    Sept. 30, 1937 President Roosevelt came to Port Angeles WA
    A banner hung across the courthouse saying: “Mr. President, we children need your help. Give us our Olympic National Park.”
    President Roosevelt said “Mr. Mayor and my friends of Port Angeles,” “That sign is the appealingest appeal I have ever seen in my travels. I am inclined to think it counts more to have the children want that park than all the rest of us put together.
    “So, you boys and girls, I think you can count on my help in getting that national park, not only because we need it for us old people and you young people, but for a whole lot of young people who are going to come along in the next hundred years of America.”
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    And, indeed as promised by President Roosevelt, The Promised Land Olympic National Park was CREATED AND enacted.

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    An Act To establish the Olympic National Park, in the State of Washington, and for other purposes, approved June 29, 1938 (52 Stat. 1241)

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
    of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

    16. Olympic National Park Establishment of park Act of June 29, 1938
    Establishment of park Act of June 29, 1938 An Act To establish the Olympic National Park, in the State of Washington, and for other purposes, approved June 29, 1938 (52 Stat. 1241)
    II. NATIONAL PARKS – OLYMPIC
    all west of the Willamette meridian,
    in Washington, are hereby reserved and withdrawn
    from settlement, occupancy, or disposal

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    UNDER THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES AND DEDICATED AND SET APART AS A PUBLIC PARK FOR THE BENEFIT AND ENJOYMENT OF THE PEOPLE AND SHALL BE KNOWN AS THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK

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    and all lands formerly
    included in the Mount Olympus National Monument
    and not included in the above description are hereby transferred
    to and made a part of the Olympic National Forest.
    (16 U.S.c. sec. 251.)
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    II. NATIONAL PARKS – OLYMPIC

    SUBJECT TO ALL LAWS AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO OTHER LANDS
    WITHIN SUCH PARK:
    Provided, That the total area of the
    said park shall not exceed eight hundred and ninety-eight
    thousand two hundred and ninety-two acres:

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    PROVIDED FURTHER, THAT BEFORE ISSUING ANY SUCH PROCLAMATION, THE
    PRESIDENT “SHALL” CONSULT WITH THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF
    WASHINGTON, THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, AND THE SECRETARY
    of Agriculture
    AND ADVISE THEM OF THE LANDS WHICH HE PROPOSES
    TO ADD TO SUCH PARK, AND SHALL AFFORD THEM A REASONABLE
    OPPORTUNITY TO CONSULT WITH AND COMMUNICATE TO HIM
    THEIR VIEWS AND RECOMMENDATIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE ADDITION
    OF SUCH LANDS TO SUCH PARK.! (16 U.S.c. sec. 255.)

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    SEC. 3. THE INCOME OF EACH COUNTY RECEIVING MONEYS
    FROM THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST, under the Act of May
    23, 1908 (35 Stat. 260, ch. 192), as amended, shall be proportional to the total area of each county in the Olympic National Forest and the Olympic National Park combined.
    (16 U.S.c. sec. 253.)
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    SEC. 4. The administration, protection, and development
    of the Olympic National Park shall be exercised under
    the direction of the Secretary of the Interior BY THE NATIONAL
    PARK SERVICE, subject to the provisions of the Act of August
    25, 1916 (39 Stat. 535), entitled “An Act to establish a
    National Park Service, and for other purposes”, as amended.
    (16 D.S.C. sec. 254.)
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    SEC. 5. NOTHING HEREIN CONTAINED “SHALL” AFFECT ANY VALID
    EXISTING CLAIM, LOCATION, OR ENTRY MADE UNDER THE LAND LAWS
    OF THE UNITED STATES, WHETHER FOR HOMESTEAD, MINERAL,
    RIGHT~ OF-WAY,
    OR ANY OTHER PURPOSE WHATSOEVER,
    OR SHALL AFFECT THE RIGHT OF ANY SUCH CLAIMANT, LOCATOR,
    OR ENTRYMAN TO THE FULL USE AND ENJOYMENT OF HIS LAND
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    WHY I AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH

    The 1938 Promised Land Olympic National Park

    Behind My Back | Access Denied

    www.behindmyback.org/category/access–denied/
    Dec 12, 2015 – Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray. ONP ACCESS DENIED TO ALL CITIZENS – PUBLIC LAND – U.S. POPULATION 320 …

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    NOTHING HEREIN CONTAINED “SHALL” AFFECT OR ANY OTHER PURPOSE WHATSOEVER
    SHALL AFFECT THE RIGHT OF ANY SUCH CLAIMANT, LOCATOR, OR ENTRYMAN TO THE FULL USE AND ENJOYMENT OF HIS LAND

    The 1938 Promised Land Olympic National Park?

    Behind My Back | Part 1 (WOW) a War on Wild?

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/01/27/part1wow-a-war-on-wild/

    Jan 27, 2014 – Now is the time for many of us to speak of a War On Wild and keep … Endangered Species Act, in the Federal Register of Friday, July 1, 2011.

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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY… WHY I AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THIS?

    Behind My Back | NPS Connectivity 101

    Posted on October 21, 2013 2:37 pm by Pearl Rains Hewett Comment
    The designation of these World Heritage Sites was authorized by the World Heritage Convention, a treaty signed by President Richard Nixon and ratified in 1973. The World Heritage Program is carried out by UNESCO, to which the United States doesn’t even belong. President Ronald Reagan pulled us out of UNESCO because it was totally corrupt.
    The UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Program was created in 1970. The United States joined in 1974 when our State Department signed a memorandum of understanding (not a treaty) to put us in the Biosphere Program and pledge that the United States will adhere to the Biosphere conditions and limitations laid down by UNESCO. Paragraph 44 of the World Heritage Operational Guidelines states that “natural” Heritage Sites (as contrasted to “cultural”) can be interchanged with “core reserves” of the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Program. These core protected areas are planned to be surrounded by highly regulated buffer zones, all for the sake of “biodiversity.”

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    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 slow.
    http://pages.map.com/bkpowell/unparksofflimits.html
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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY…

    WHY WOULD ANY ONE OBJECT TO  THE PROMISED PUBLIC LAND OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK BEING GIVEN TO THE UNITED NATIONS IN 1976?

    AS A WILD UNESCO, UN WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND A U.N. MAN AND THE BIOSPHERE.

    IN 1988, CONGRESS DESIGNATED 95% OF OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK AS WILDERNESS. …

    The Wild Olympics Scam

    www.wildolympicsscam.com/

    stop the wild olympics, agenda 21, land grabs; will devastate rural communities.

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    WOW…. OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK LONG-RANGE Interpretive Plan
    November 2010 Plan Highlights
    During the next seven to ten years Olympic National Park interpretive services will provide visitors with opportunities to increase their understanding and appreciation for the park and its resources; to engage in educational opportunities; and to protect the park resources. To provide an active, engaging interpretive program, park staff and partners will work together focused on the following goals:

    INTERPRET ELWHA RIVER 2010-2017 RESTORATION?

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    OR SHALL WE THE PEOPLE

    INTERPRET ELWHA RIVER 2015-2016 DEVASTATION?

    IGNORED BY OUR WA DC ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray

    Behind My Back | Access Denied

    www.behindmyback.org/category/access–denied/
    Dec 12, 2015 – Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray. ONP ACCESS DENIED TO ALL CITIZENS – PUBLIC LAND – U.S. POPULATION 320 …

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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY…
    1944 OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK LONG-RANGE PLAN

    “George, I should not tell you this, but the long range plan of the National Park Service is to take the whole Olympic Peninsula over and put it in the Olympic National Park and move everyone off the Olympic Peninsula.”
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    REFRESH YOUR MEMORY… ON THE LOSS OF THE PROMISED  OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK PUBLIC LAND… in the step by step acquisition of private and DNR land by the National Park Service, as this is being written and during the last 21 years from 1992 to 2013.

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    Behind My Back | “Conspiracy Exposed”

    The notarized document “Conspiracy Exposed” was written on Oct. 8, 1992 by George C. Rains Sr. when he was 77 years old.
    The referenced “Conspiracy” was exposed in a conversation at Sol Duc Hot Springs between the acting Olympic National Park Superintendent Preston Macy and my father George C. Rains Sr. in 1944.
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    If you are interested? snippets of info on UN AGENDA..

    From the beginning, biosphere reserves were conceived as addressing three
    basic needs or “concerns”:
    1. Conservation Concern -conservation of ecosystems and the genetic resources
    they contain
    2.Logistic Concern-international net work for research, monitoring, and education
    3.Development Concerns of sustainable human uses of ecosystems

    In 1988,the National Committee declined approval of U.S. participation in
    nominating a multi-site biosphere reserve in northern Minnesota and adjacent Canada

    BASED ON CONCERNS OF LOCAL CITIZENS GROUPS OVER THE IMPLICATIONS OF BIOSPHERE RESERVE DESIGNATION ON TRADITIONAL RESOURCE USES.

    Although the concerns lacked a factual basis, the Committee’s unprecedented rejection of a nomination underscored the need to enlist stakeholder participation in the biosphere reserve planning process

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    ATTACHMENT II EXECUTIVE
    OFFICE OF TUB PRESIDENT
    OFFICE Of SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
    AND BUDGET $$$$$
    Washington,D.C.10503
    MARCH 9,1979
    MEMORANDUM FOR HEADS OF “CERTAIN” DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES
    SUBJECT: U.S. Participation in UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere Program

    Designation of sites administered by state and local governments, nongovernmental organizations, and private institutions has increased steadily during the past decade (see Attachment IV). In 1976, all BR sites were Federal. Non-Federal participation has been the principal factor in growth of the network since 1983
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  • My Elwha River ONP View Point

    My Elwha River ONP View Point

    November 21, 2015 A question was sent to Olympic National Park, what is the plan for ONP PUBLIC -TOURIST and citizens to regain vehicular public access to their private and public land on the Olympic Hot Springs Road. It’s currently in the hands of the ONP Chief Ranger and Chief of Maintenance.

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    On Dec. 12, 2015  we have had no response from Olympic National Park on when the storm damage on Olympic Hot Springs Road will be repaired and the road reopened for PUBLIC -TOURIST and private property owners access.
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    WITH NO RESPONSE FROM OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK ON DEC. 12, 2015, I REQUESTED HELP FROM MY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE IN WA DC

    Behind My Back | Access Denied

    www.behindmyback.org/category/accessdenied/

    Dec 12, 2015Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray. ONP ACCESS DENIED TO ALL CITIZENS – PUBLIC LAND – U.S. POPULATION 320 …

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    TODAY IS JAN 17, 2016 We have received ZERO response from our WA DC elected representatives Rep. Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray, and ZERO response from Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum. PERIOD

    LAST UPDATE 12/27/15 OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS (ELWHA) ROAD CLOSED (STORM DAMAGE)

    Which brings me to Jan 17, 2016

    My Elwha River ONP View Point

    Everyone is entitled to a public view point on the Elwha River Valley

    My Elwha River ONP viewpoint is …

    What point is there in  having an  ONP Public View Point news release on  Nov 3, 2014 That provides an excellent viewpoint, WHERE PEOPLE CAN ENJOY VIEWS OF THE CANYON, RIVER AND FORMER LAKE BED.” that is CLOSED ROAD INACCESSIBLE to the Public from Nov 3, 2014  to Jan 17, 2016?

    How complicated is it?

    How stupid do our WA DC elected Representatives think we are?

    The failure of Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray. to respond?

    “Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.”

    When do we say enough is enough? When do we  begin reasserting our collective voice in the failure by our WILD  WA DC elected representative to respond and represent us?

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    Keep reading…. The ONP closed access roads and trails  is redundancy on steroids

    It’s not complicated, It is absurd and absolutely outrageous.

    Nov 3, 2014 Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum new Public View Point on dam-free Elwha, that provides an excellent viewpoint?

    And the ONP road report on the same day?

    Nov 3, 2014 the Olympic Hot Springs Road remains closed to all entry at the gate just above Altair campground. crews are currently making repairs to the Olympic Hot Springs Road

    Nov 3, 2014 Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum new Public View Point on dam-free Elwha, that provides an excellent viewpoint?

    THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK NEW VIEWPOINT CAN BE REACHED
    BY FOLLOWING THE GRAVEL WHISKEY BEND ROAD…..
    ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH FROM ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD.

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    JAN 17, 2016 WHISKEY BEND ROAD CLOSED INACCESSIBLE DUE TO WASHOUT ON OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD.

    ALL PUBLIC ROAD ACCESS IS DENIED TO PRIVATE LAND OWNERS, IN AREAS LOCATED INSIDE THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK.  

    Olympic National Park mea culpa: ‘Inholder’ blocked from …

    www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/…/30628999…
    Peninsula Daily News

    Jun 28, 2011 –

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    OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK DAMAGE TO INTERCONNECTED TRAILS ELWHA AREA NOTICES: 12/12/15/ – 12/19/15

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    12/ 12/15: Due to recent area storms expect moderate to heavy DAMAGE TO TRAILS
    The OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD IS CLOSED at the park boundary to motor vehicles due to storm damage. The road and all areas beyond the washout are closed to all public entry because of hazardous conditions along the road, river and adjacent areas.

    How BAD is it?

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    Nov 3, 2014 TOO BAD THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD REMAINS CLOSED TO ALL ENTRY AT THE GATE JUST ABOVE ALTAIR CAMPGROUND.SO THE PUBLIC CAN’T GET TO “THE ONP PUBLIC VIEW POINT” FROM ANYWHERE?

    Dec 27, 2016  LAST ONP ROAD UPDATE  OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS (ELWHA) ROAD CLOSED (STORM DAMAGE)

    Jan 17, 2016 TOO BAD THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD REMAINS CLOSED TO ALL ENTRY AT THE GATE JUST ABOVE ALTAIR CAMPGROUND.SO THE PUBLIC CAN’T GET TO “THE ONP PUBLIC VIEW POINT” FROM ANYWHERE?

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    TODAY IS JAN 17, 2016 We have received ZERO response from our WA DC elected representatives Rep. Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray, and ZERO response from Olympic National Park Superintendent Sarah Creachbaum. PERIOD

    HOW BAD IS IT?

    THE INTERCONNECTED ELWHA RIVER OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD, WHISKEY BEND ROAD AND TRAIL SYSTEM THAT HAS PROVIDED PUBLIC ACCESS THRU THE THE ENTIRE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK TRAIL SYSTEM FOR OVER 100 YEARS, HISTORICALLY REFERRED TO AS “THE GATE WAY TO THE OLYMPICS”

    IS STILL CLOSED…. JAN 17, 2016

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    HOW BAD IS IT?

    The OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD IS CLOSED at the park boundary to motor vehicles due to storm damage.

    The road and all areas beyond the washout are closed to all public (AND PRIVATE) entry because of hazardous conditions along the road, river and adjacent areas.

    ALL PUBLIC ROAD ACCESS IS DENIED TO PRIVATE LAND AREAS LOCATED INSIDE THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK.  

    Olympic National Park mea culpa: ‘Inholder’ blocked from …

    www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/…/30628999…
    Peninsula Daily News

    Jun 28, 2011 –

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    OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK DAMAGE TO INTERCONNECTED TRAILS ELWHA AREA NOTICES: 12/12/15/ – 12/19/15
    12/ 12/15: Due to recent area storms expect moderate to heavy DAMAGE TO TRAILS

    OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD CLOSED TO ALL PUBLIC ENTRY BEYOND THE ROAD WASHOUT BY THE ELWHA CAMPGROUND.

    THE ROAD AND ALL AREAS BEYOND THE WASHOUT ARE CLOSED TO ALL PUBLIC ENTRY because of hazardous conditions along the road, river and adjacent areas.

    ALL AREAS BEYOND THE WASHOUT ARE CLOSED TO ALL PUBLIC ENTRY?

    HOW BAD IS IT?

    THE INTERCONNECTED ELWHA RIVER TRAIL STRETCHES 28.4 MILES SOUTH FROM WHISKEY BEND ROAD TO LOW DIVIDE (3,602′), AND CONTINUES ANOTHER 16.4 MILES AS THE NORTH FORK QUINAULT RIVER TRAIL TO FORM ONE OF THE LONGEST CONTIGUOUS HIKING ROUTES IN OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK.

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    12/19/15 Elwha River Trail Whiskey Bend to Lake Margaret 27.7 miles
    12/27/15 Whiskey Bend Road CLOSED Inaccessible due to washout on Olympic Hot Springs Road.

    WEST ELWHA TRAIL ALTAIR CAMPGROUND TO HERRICK ROAD OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD closed to all public entry beyond the road washout by the Elwha Campground.

    ALTAIR CAMPGROUND AND ELWHA RIVER CAMPGROUND ARE WASHED OUT AND  CLOSED.
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    12/19/15 Happy Lake Ridge Trail Trailhead on Olympic Hot Springs Road via Happy Lake Ridge to jct. Boulder Lake Trail Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all public entry beyond the road washout by the Elwha Campground.
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    12/19/15 Boulder Creek Trail Trailhead to Olympic Hot Springs
    Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all public entry beyond the road washout by the Elwha Campground. Olympic Hot Springs pools are CLOSED due to health hazard. More information…
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    12/19/15 Humes Ranch Loop Geyser Valley, Krause Bottom, Rica Canyon and Humes Ranch Loop Olympic Hot Springs Road closed to all public entry beyond the road washout by the Elwha Campground.

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    HOW BAD IS IT????

    REQUESTS FOR ROAD REPAIRS AND CONTINUED PUBLIC ACCESS ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD, IS INTENTIONALLY BEING IGNORED BY Rep. Derek Kilmer, Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray.

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    WHY WOULD ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE IGNORE AN INFORMED TAXPAYING AMERICAN VOTER? TIME IS ON THEIR SIDE? LET NATURE TAKE IT’S COURSE? I’M OLD THEY ARE WAITING FOR ME TO DIE?

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    WHY? ALL OF THE ABOVE?

    PLUS, THEY ARE THE DOCUMENTED WILD OLYMPIC’S, WILDERNESS,  WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS INTRODUCER’S,  RE- INTRODUCERS, PROMOTERS

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    REP. DEREK KILMER, SENATORS MARIA CANTWELL AND PATTY MURRAY WILL NOT RESPOND OR SUPPORT ROAD REPAIRS FOR CONTINUED PUBLIC ACCESS ON THE OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS ROAD.

    AND THEY SHALL NEVER PROVIDE OR SUPPORT FULL PUBLIC USE AND ENJOYMENT OF THE ELWHA RIVER VALLEY INTERCONNECTED ONP TRAIL SYSTEM FOR THE 318.9 MILLION AMERICAN CITIZENS THAT THE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK WAS CREATED FOR IN 1938 .

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    THEY HAVE DOCUMENTED THEIR AGENDA, AND IT DOES NOT INCLUDE ONP PUBLIC ACCESS TO WE THE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. PERIOD

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    THAT’S MY ELWHA RIVER DOCUMENTED VIEW POINT AND I’M STICKING WITH IT!
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    SENATOR PATTY MURRAY IS UP FOR REELECTION IN 2016… LET’S VOTE TO DISCONNECT HER FROM THE U.S. CONGRESS.

    Hmmm… Perhaps we should tell her to go take a hike?