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For some time I have been thinking an article was needed to expose the gangland tactics of the Greens. This is now getting very urgent since thugs and bimbos of the most banal yet sinister type are moving to buy up America and hand it to the Feds.
We list several items of interest. The story of The Nature Conservancy and its effort to drive the city of Patagonia, Arizona into a water shortage is classic. This is a story of the Conservancy's fondest dream-- shut down a town.
You need to understand one thing first. The Nature Conservancy, like most Greens, is a religion. The gods are frogs and birds. People are useful for only two things: First, to milk of their money, and Second, to drive away from the lands selected by The Nature Conservancy for non-use. Conservancy members have a burning hatred for ranchers and water users. They will go to virtually any dishonest and deranged tricks to manipulate facts and the people they hate. This is because they worship nature and the animals.
Please print any of these articles for distribution. A special thanks to Mark Maiorana of the Sonoita Weekly Bulletin for his coverage of the Patagonia fiasco. We intend to keep you posted of further developments in this game of lie and dice played by The Nature Conservancy. We strongly recommend that other nations of the world consider very carefully before allowing The Nature Conservancy to enter your country with their alleged good intentions. You could well end up in the world court trying to get part of your country back.
Our regular readers who take note of prophetic events around us need to realize that the world is being taken over, right down to the real estate of very common folks, for Satanic evolution and Hindu mystic religion. These things work themselves out in many forms. This is only one of them, but we see that God will have to destroy all of this Green religion before Jesus Christ can come back and reign on this earth. What a blessing His Kingdom will be.
PATAGONIA-The officials of the Town of Patagonia are challenging a water study being conducted by The Nature Conservancy. The Nature Conservancy filed an application for a $148,300 grant from the Arizona Water Protection Fund Commission to do a hydrological study of the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek area from below the town to Patagonia Lake.
Dennis Parker, a biologist and a consultant, who is representing the town on this matter and in the town's process of upgrading its waste water treatment plant, and who is also a member of the Water Protection Fund Commission, said The Nature Conservancy believed that there was a significant amount of water coming into the creek through side canyons or aquifers moving towards the perennial stretch of the creek and that was the basis for the idea of the geo-hydrological study.
"The town was concerned, based upon previous dealings with The Nature Conservancy, that everything represented by The Nature Conservancy may not be represented as it actually was," Parker said. "We got with The Nature Conservancy and sat down for a period of three to four months to hammer out a memorandum of understanding regarding which waters would be studied and the method of operation in doing so. It was the town's intent to establish that all work would be conducted by established professionals so that we would have an objective third party to help us ascertain where waters are and where we could drill wells that wouldn't affect the creek. However; things haven't worked out that way unfortunately."
Parker charged that The Nature Conservancy gathered data from the Arizona Department of Water Resources and that 40 percent of the springs and wells that were listed for study were outside the area of the watershed that was to be studied. He also cited an example of a Patagonia resident being listed as having two irrigation wells and one domestic well when the resident has only one domestic well.
"The town didn't agree to that," he said. "...The Nature Conservancy insisting on using data from outside the watershed tells us they are ignoring the local area of real concern that the grant was supposed to be about. The town wanted The Nature Conservancy to review all the data but did not agree to use the data from outside the watershed. Our hydrologist says there's no validity to that approach and we object to it."
Jeffrey Cooper, manager of the Sonoita-Creek Nature Preserve owned by The Nature Conservancy did not return calls for comment on the town's charges.
Parker said the town, thinking the study was going to be done by objective professionals, found out that a large majority of the work was being done by a The Nature Conservancy employee who does not have a degree in hydrology.
"Their consultants have basically been relegated to an in-office analysis of data accepted carte blanche from The Nature Conservancy. I have to say we assumed everything was going to be professionally done and that's why we supported the grant, but the memorandum of understanding does not state succinctly that all data should be gathered by consultants. As a consultant myself, you never accept data provided by a client who has an interest in hiring you in the first place. You gather your own data. We find this a problem," Parker said.
He said The Nature Conservancy knows the data is wrong but is still using the data from outside the well designed study area. In addition, he said, "The Nature Conservancy insists on characterizing the town as less than cooperative in providing data on water pumpage and effluent discharge while knowing full well, under the agreement, that those waters are excluded from the study."
Parker objects to The Nature Conservancy violating another aspect of the agreement for the study which he said requires The Nature Conservancy to submit any reports to him for review before forwarding them to Arizona Department of Water Resources. He said two reports were given to him but only after they were sent to ADWR making his review meaningless.
There could be serious ramifications to the Town of Patagonia down the road, Parker said.
"The Nature Conservancy has an application asking for more water than myself or our hydrologist believe is in Sonoita Creek. If fish species are listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and are given a certain flow amount, the town's ability to pump water could be severely restricted," he said.
"Another thing is, if the study is not objectively conducted, we end up with no useable results from the expenditure of taxpayer monies. This could be a situation of where The Nature Conservancy uses state money to bolster its claim on water at the town's expense," Parker said.
Town officials are sending a letter to Cooper to notify him of their concerns.
Editor: Blessed Quietness Journal--
We have since heard that The Nature Conservancy has changed its hours. It has need of MORE water to expand its program, but it has shortened its hours to the public. It used to be open from dawn to dusk seven days a week. This was done long ago to accomodate the bird watchers who came to Patagonia from all over the country. Dawn and dusk are the ideal times to watch birds. So The Nature Conservancy has lovingly reduced their hours to 7 to 4, four days a week. Why do this if they need another well to expand their program? You are not catching on too quickly are you? The Nature Conservancy wants their domain for the birds, not the bird watchers. They would just as soon the bird watchers dropped off of the earth into hell. Their bird sanctuary is a cathedral to their evolutionary religion. They KNOW that THEY are the only ones who are worthy to really appreciate the mystical natural chapel in the woods of Patagonia.
You need to understand that The Nature Conservancy, the Audubon Society, Green Peace, the Sierra Club, and dozens of other Green organizations are virtual Mafia of the Hindu gods of nature and reincarnation. They feel they are justified in doing anything necessary to stop the pleasure and profit of people who use the natural areas of the earth. They will attack those who are very responsible in land use just as quickly as those who use it carelessly. I have NO reservations in saying that I fully expect the Greens of the world to soon begin killing people who will not submit to them. They are already making beggars of people by taking their property in the name of a bug or orchid and forcing them into low income destinies. Why not just kill them, or possibly the Greens will find ways to move the police against their victims and see them put in prison for assassinating a rat. We have already heard of this.
Do you ever wonder how close we are to the total degeneration of the USA? It could come very quickly if a war developed between the Greens and common folks who finally go mad with the terror of being dislocated and robbed by the Priests of Shiva and Kali in green robes. Waco could become common place in such an environment. In the end, certain states could finally see that leaving the Federal union, which supports this rape of the USA by Greens, would be the only solution. Going it alone would give the states their only means of preserving order and restricting the Green Mafia. If that is what is needed, so be it.
Steve Lindsey and his family live on a ranch in Canelo, Arizona. The ranch has been in the family for four generations, and the Lindsey kids are already helping work the ranch, and they are the 5th generation.. These folks have been an institution for many people in the area, and they are known for their careful and profitable use of the land they own. Steve works, as do many ranchers and farmers these days, in a "city" job during the day. He is employed by the Sulphur Springs Electrical Co-Op.
Steve learned how to ranch from Bird Lindsey, his father. They use a method which most ranches work with in some way or other. The steers are left to run in the hills most of their life. The fences are cared for and the steers are moved from pasture to pasture to conserve the browse. When some steers are ready to sell, they are brought down from the hills to graze on a draw called the Cienega. It is very lush and green, and the cattle will grass fatten to make the best beef possible. Many ranchers sell their steers to feeder lots to fatten on grain. This feeder lot beef is tender, but it is loaded with useless fat. The grass fattened steers are in high demand since the beef quality is the best possible. The Lindseys OWN all of this land which they use, and they make money each year by this process which helps them make ends meet.
Ah, but someone wants to move the ends and drive the cattle raising business out of their hands.
The Nature Conservancy has found a ground orchid on the Lindsey's Cienega, and they have decided that the cattle will just have to banned from the Cienega. Why? Answer: They ASSUME that the orchids are in danger because of the cattle. The Nature Conservancy has NO reason to believe this. But, The Nature Conservancy has a long history of trying to drive ranchers from their land. Often the reason is because of water use. Now, it is the the salvation of orchids.
FACT: The orchids have been on the Cienega for four generations while the Lindsey family have owned it.
FACT: The cattle have grazed the Cienega all of those years in the winter and for fattening purposes.
FACT: The cattle are OBVIOUSLY some sort of catalyst to the orchids. The Nature Conservancy cannot get the orchids to grow anywhere else-- they tried and failed!!!!
FACT: The Nature Conservancy KNOWS this. Yet, they need a ploy to get the Cienega for the US Government for whom they clandestinely secure these lands.
The Lindseys will have to stop ranching cattle if they lose the Cienega. They cannot afford to grain feed the cattle. A way of life will end. All for a mindless and unproven speculation that the cattle are bad for the orchids. This is the Gospel according to Mother Goose.
If you support The Nature Conservancy, you are helping to destroy ranching in America. If you are a Hindu like Al Gore, and if you would love to see all meat eaters starved of their way of living, then by all means send that donation to The Nature Conservancy.
The prime mover and shaker in The Nature Conservancy in the Sierra Vista area of Arizona is also a building contractor. He recently got a zoning variance in an area The Nature Conservancy defends with white hot hate against human entry. They have self-appointed antagonists in the area who will follow you around and virtually threaten you for being there. This Conservancy guru is building a Bed and Breakfast on a piece of this raptor land which he got re-zoned. The Bed and Breakfast is to have a 25 foot fountain which will blow off tons of water a year-- water which should be allowed to flow on down the river to the Indians who claim it. These are the Indians The Nature Conservancy uses in all of their sob stories to move people to vote against water use by the local people. I would be very curious about this dual ethic if I were an Indian living down stream.
The Nature Conservancy hates, with a passion, ranchers who raise alfalfa by irrigation. They will do anything to stop them. In Palominas, Arizona, there was such a rancher who raised alfalfa-- many acres of it. He irrigated heavily. The Nature Conservancy came to him and offered to buy his ranch. The Conservancy has millions of dollars which they get from selling land to the US Government. The Conservancy bought the rancher's land, for which the rancher was highly paid. The Conservancy then let the land go wild in the name of their gods of green weeds, rabid rodents, and clear cool water. Well, the green weeds were not very good cover, and the clear cool water from the rain storms fell, and the land became grossly eroded. Draws began to form, and top soil began to wash away. The Conservancy's Heaven was turning to a Hell. What did they do? They hired the rancher from whom they bought the ranch to-- are you ready???-- To grow alfalfa on it again. This is what happens when you take a couple of San Jose city hippies with a degree in basket weaving and hand them the great outdoors of America. Few if any of The Nature Conservancy's members and gurus are qualified to handle the responsibilities they are taking by brute force. One REAL conservation officer I know, working for the Federal Government, will not even talk to The Nature Conservancy. He does not trust them.
Now, all you Al Gore groupies-- There is where your donations are going-- To buy ranches to save the world so that the ranches can be put back under cultivation to save the world.
The Nature Conservancy complains frequently about the over use of water from the San Pedro River aquifier in southeastern Arizona. They have tried to incite American Indians by telling them lies about how the water will soon stop flowing to the Indian Reservation. Do the Conservancy love the Indians? Not a chance. They hate people who do not make donations to them. So, why this sudden deep concern for the water of the Indians? The Nature conservancy wants to force people to stop moving to southeastern Arizona, and they are trying to force the US Army at Fort Huachuca out of the area so they can then promote no tresspassing into vast areas of restricted forests where humans may not enter. Well, except for the Conservancy folks who want to go there to have their devotions with roaches and rocks.
So, is it fair to hit The Nature Conservancy so hard? Answer: Not if there is not alternative, which THERE IS!!!
The San Pedro River has cotton wood trees growing the full length of it in the area the Conservancy wants to take over. These cotton woods trees use enormous quantities of water every day. I personally had some cotton woods on the property which we bought upon our arrival in arizona. We are letting all but one or two die. Why? They demand tons of water. The cotton wood trees are NOT indigenous. They are not part of the ancient holy sanctus sanctus environment the Conservancy defends so eagerly. So, will they allow for them to be cut down and be replaced with indigenous trees? NEVER!!
These trees have more rights now than the people of Arizona, and you Indians up north better get busy and deal with someone else than these hypocrites at the Conservancy. Once they destroy life in southeastern Arizona, they will quickly take the water away from you. How can I say this? They are right now trying to get a second well in Patagonia, Arizona, the city in Story One, and it is against city ordinance to have two wells on one property. The second well could make it impossible for the city of Patagonia to supply their citizens with adequate water due to a limited budget. The Nature Conservancy makes their own rules as they go along. Equality of water use means, all the straws belong to the Nature Conservancy sippers.
We hope to bring you the testimony of those who know how this works. Stay tuned. How about sending me your story of the Nature Conservancy? EMAIL AT THIS PAGE PLEASE
This section will discuss how we all can avoid being victimized by the nature police and Al Gore's Federal land grabs.
If you find an Indian arrow head on your property what are you going to do? Do you go around and tell everyone what you found? If you find some human bones while digging, what next? Call the police? Well, if you do, you can expect to lose your property. Did you find a Spanish helmet from the 1500s era? Better go sell it quick in a city far from home.
Throw the Indian arrow head in the trash. Re-bury the bones. Forget it, and don't tell a soul-- even in your own family. These, and many other ploys, are used by Feds and Greens to take property from the citizens.
If you find a rare bird in your trees, enjoy it, but don't tell anyone. If you see a flower you think is a rare wild flower, pick it and throw it away. Dig the roots up and get it out of there. That flower could be the end of your lovely world my friend.
Why do I say these seemingly hash things? Answer: It is now the day of harsh measures. We have religionists who truly believe that YOU are the problem, and they will use ANY trick and device to get you herded into a small lot or apartment until you die and get out of their way.
Did you see a kangaroo rat? Better get a cat soon friend.
Did you get bad water from your well recently? Are you going to tell everyone? Send a sample to be tested? I hope not. Order bottled water from the Culligan man, and keep the ranch please.
Go to all town meetings and watch these snakes. They have to use due process, so far, to get their mutilations of the territory lawfully established. If enough people turn up and scream, they ARE intimidated. They fear severe bad publicity. Agitate your local newspaper editor to check out the Green's claims. The Sierra Vista Herald is a classic wimpy news paper. Combine this with the fact that most of Sierra Vista's citizens are transient and care very little for their future prospects. Thus, The Nature Conservancy has great power since few if any local citizens and their newspapers care. The scream finally comes, but it is always very late. One of these days The Nature Conservancy will finally get rulings against more residents in the area, and that will be the end of prosperity as we know it. The frogs and rats will rule supreme.
Now, we must be cautious here. We are talking about passive or peaceful resistance. You have a right in the USA to keep your property. However; there are those in high places who dearly want to take it away from you. Any strategy may be used.
Thus, you may find it necessary to distract The Nature Conservancy.
One way is to keep a species of beast FOR THEM. One person is doing this, and the person is eating the beasts when they get plentiful. Of course the Conservancy thinks the beasts are just keeping up their population numbers. The person is paid good money to keep the beasts, and gets another protein supply. Problem: This is living too close to the Conservancy for my liking, but this is one possibility for keeping them busy with a pointless project. It helps to get a university research group in on this idea since they will take your side when you have to claim your land must be maintained by you to protect the dear beasties.
Another way to restrain the Conservancy is to find THEIR hypocrisy and rub it in brutally. They claim to conserve water, yet in Patagonia they are trying to force the city to give them a second well. They ask us to be quiet in their bird sanctuary, then their maintenance vehicle has no muffler. They love all the critters and will defend the rights of any bug against any human. But, they have their cabins for tourists sprayed for termites with a deadly poison very regularly. They have the bug company come out at night in the dark to spray so the groupies will not see that they are using deadly poisons.
These kinds of conflicts with their own stated doctrines must be rubbed in, AND in public meetings and editorially.
Another way to stop the Conservancy would be, in some way, to make their precious property just as vulnerable as they would make your property vulnerable. This could be done by many different methods, but I dare not list them here. You may well sit down with friends and come to some line of action which would give these Greens a major problem ecologically.
We also could discuss the Histerical Society of Pennsylvania with its indignities it foists upon those who want to rebuild or remodel their home. Our advice-- Don't ask-- Just re-model it yourself. Or, hire an old timer in retirement who does not need to maintian permits and licences. There is also the Department of Natural Resources in Michigan and other northern states. Beware of letting water stand in your fields. Better to pump it away than suffer the consequences of having half your farm declared Federal Wet Lands on behalf of Mother Goose.
Perhaps there are such intrusions also in other parts of the world, especially in Europe. What with ten or twelve layers of Anglo-Saxons under every city, don't even look twice if your shovel turns up some ancient trinket. Just re-bury it at once and keep it to yourself.
Do any of our readers have other experiences with The Nature Conservancy or other Green groups? We would like to expand this page to cover the worldwide religious cult of Greens and Ecology worshippers.
By Daryl Coats
One of the supposed reasons why so much time and money is wasted on animal research is that it will teach us so much about "human behavior" --even though Jeremiah 17:9-10 tells us more about human behavior than 300 years of "animal research" ever has. For decades "researchers" have used animal behavior to justify human immorality, whereas in reality they should use it to condemn such behavior. Contrary to the claims of "political correctness," it is wrong for a man to act like a woman--and it is wrong for a man to act like an animal. If the account of Nebuchadnezzar's insanity in Daniel 4 is a clue, animal-like behavior indicates the judgment of God on an individual. Of course, it is profitable to observe animal behavior if such observations will teach us to live better and serve God better (Prov. 6:6-11); for that reason, a recent incident in South Africa is of interest in these last days.
For years the "environmental wackos" have bewailed the treatment of "endangered" species and have strived to "preserve" them. In South Africa, the results of their efforts is that in the Kruger National Park, elephant "overpopulation" has resulted in the need to destroy 600 elephants a year. In an effort to "restore the natural balance" (which wouldn't have been out of balance if the environmentalists hadn't interfered), scientists introduced artificial birth control to the elephants, implanting females with the same ingredients found in human "pills" and "implants." The results of this "experiment"?
According to one magazine's account, "Bull elephants have proved unable to deal with their lifestyle of free love without paternity. Conservationists have watched helpless from the air as females have been harassed by up to eight bulls at a time and are unable to shake off lines of admirers walking behind them. Sometimes the males have separated them from their young. Babies born before the experiment, have disappeared as a result of the mothers' distraction. A halt has now been called to the experiment"!
The lesson to be learned? "Birth control" produced the same consequences in South African elephants that it did in American and European humans: "free love," "sexual harassment," "stalking," separation of children from their mothers, abandoned children, parental neglect, and the disappearance of children. God help you if you're caught up in activities that not even wild jungle beasts can endure.