Bureau of Land Management – Part 1
Throughout all posts the United Nations (UN) has been explicitly clear about usurping land throughout the world in order to control not only the resources, but humans as well. Controlling how humans live and think, controlling how land and resources are used, and having global governance with laws and rights defined by the UN.
Previous posts have explained how the United States Forest Service is being run by UN dictates with continued mandates to lock up more forest through national monuments, wilderness areas, and forbidden use. The use of Tribes to remove land and resources from Americans is clearly outlined with their exploding partnerships to achieve these goals. Prior to the announcement of Agenda 2030 the UN has already sent their UN non-governmental organizations (NGO) out to convince local city and county officials to create city clusters for the benefit of the corporate world, which they proudly call “corporate governance“.
One federal agency making the news lately is the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Although the January seizure and occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon by protesters was intended to highlight the BLM and its continued illegal confiscation of privately owned land, this BLM extortion was really not adequately exposed.
The Department of Interior (DOI) is a federal government agency that is systematically destroying America. Here is a chart of departments managed by the DOI, the BLM being one, all of which are resource based.
Because of complexities between government agencies, the BLM agenda will be broken down into overlapping issues of wilderness, desertification, ecosystems, and federal resource theft. Disputes over BLM land management occur because the BLM goal is eliminating private ranching, pushing ranchers off private property, preventing use by humans, stealing resources, and as in the case of forests, destroying BLM land via destructive land management policies.
According to the Idaho BLM site they control 541,812 acres of wilderness in Idaho, justifying this with Congress ensuring “…that an increasing population, expanding settlement and growing mechanization would not occupy and modify all areas of the United States.” Better get back on that birth control. America still has settlers?
The BLM defines wilderness as “an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain…Federal land retaining its primeval character and influence, without permanent improvements or human habitation, which is protected and managed so as to preserve its natural conditions…”. Shame on you for wanting to enjoy land in your state, for which you are being taxed and banned from using. Here is a map of BLM wilderness and other land in Idaho.
For years there have been ongoing grazing and water right disputes between ranchers and the BLM. The UN, BLM, and other nefarious federal agencies hate grazing, claiming “unregulated grazing” has over the years caused “…damage to soil, plants, streams, and springs…”. Their solution is to reduce and restrict grazing, charge ranchers grazing fees, and use species protection for further restricted land use, justifying their obligation to “…ensure the long-term health and productivity of these lands…”. Bullcocky, the purpose is to remove humans from their land and take over the resources. These restrictions and fees are the basis for the Bundy and Hammond ranch conflicts.
For generations ranchers have used grazing to maintain land health, grazing can even be used to heal damaged land. Allan Savory, a noted ecologist, explains how grazing has restored neglected land in this video. Of course, he has his critics such as Idaho State University professor Dr. Ralph Maughan, who has probably never worked a piece of land in his life other than through a UN biased government agency.
Allowed activity is defined by the BLM as activity on or near wilderness land through “Resource Management Plans“. As an example, the Idaho BLM just approved the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness and Wild & Scenic River Management plan. Among other requirements, through this plan the BLM dictates obsessive requirements for motorized vehicles, livestock grazing, hunting blinds, rock climbing, camping, recreation permits, visitor restrictions, trail use, and even bodily function requirements! The BLM is also obligated to “protect endangered species” such as the sage grouse, which ensures that you don’t “harrass” or step on mating nests. These restrictive practices are passed down from the Wilderness Act (WA) and Endangered Species Act (ESA) or through other “special designations“. But the ruse is really to ban you from using the land.
It is well understood that wilderness and other “protected” areas are a focus of the UN. As noted in previous posts, the Wilderness Act was written by Howard Zahniser, director of the Wilderness Society, a UN non-governmental organization (NGO). The UN has other deceitful “protection” plans through national monuments, conservation easements, and habitat reserves. But their swath of land theft will continue to grow though other hoaxes.
“In cooperation with UNEP-World Conservation Monitoring Centre…” the United States Geological Survey (USGS) hands over information to the UN for data gathering and monitoring progress, and …”supports global analyses and policy decisions by maintaining World Database for Protected Areas (WDPA) Site Codes and data for International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)…”. Even the Idaho BLM is in the game using the IUCN Red List of threatened species to ban you from using Idaho land. Anticipate more species needing protection from you.
Desertification will be the focus of Part 2.
Reprinted with permission.