What are the trendy words for the upcoming “green” UN RIO+ Summit? See for yourself. The UN has spelled out the future for each of these areas and then wrote it down.
From the trenches,
A portal is a door.Â The One Health Portal is a demonic portal that opens into the merger between human, animal, plant, and environment into one living unit.Â Up until this point various websites have covered One Health news as radical people seek to change the face of traditional culture and life.Â One Health claims to be the “network of networks”.
Once you open this portal you will never be able to put the genie back in the bottle as ancient religions and philosophies are interwoven and human, plant, and animal fused.Â This door is opening into a New Age cauldron of Babylonian, Egyptian, and Chinese religions with just a hint of biblical truth in order to deceive and confuse busy minds through noble sounding language and photographic magic.
The objectives stem from sustainability and Agenda 21:
Their mission is to take over the world.Â The framework is set and very soon you will be unable to avoid impact.
From the trenches,
Washington State is a lovely state but it is generally well known that state policy has sold out to international interests for a few dollars to feather its own nest. Years ago the United Nations under the auspices of the OIE published a three part manual known as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code. Each volume is approximately 1300 pages. One volume is the Terrestrial Animal Health Code which includes humans and invasive species. The second is the Aquatic Code, and lastly is the Diagnostic and Vaccination manual. Together the three manuals are now referred to as “The Code”. Washington State began implementing The Code back in 2005. Since then it has been educating the public as it escalates the program of the international Invasive (Alien) Species eradication.
Down in Southern Western Washington counties have begun cracking down on landowners who are “harboring” invasive plants. Citations and fines are being issued to landowners who refuse requests to eradicate plants. Counties have begun using law enforcement to crack down on citizens in ‘possession’ of invasive species saying that they may need a “bit of nudge” to get them comply.
Fines are assessed in a grid matrix much like traffic citations on which most of Washington State agency infractions are built upon. The grid matrix allows for fines per day and per weed so landowners could wrack up concurrent fines if they have allot of weeds. Fines start at $250 and go as high as $1000 per weed per day and this amount does not take into effect court costs! It wouldn’t take long before a landowners property could end up in the hands of the state or county for failure to pay these unconstitutional fines and citations. Continue reading
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Remember as you view these guidelines that the OIE defines YOU as an a non-native (alien) animal who is lower than a pathogen.Â What does that mean?Â It means they consider a virus more critical to then environment than yourself.Â Read up.Â In 2012 the global mandate is to aggressively implement and eradicate non-native animals so that they do not become invasive.Â The OIE is not talking about weeds here, though that is one of the ways this invasive program has infiltrated your life.Â
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GUIDELINES FOR ASSESSING THE RISK OF NON-NATIVE ANIMALS BECOMING INVASIVE
I. Definitions for the purpose of this document
Animal: means any species, subspecies or lower taxon of the kingdom animalia with the exception of pathogens.
Non-native (or alien) animal: means an animal that is not a native to the country or ecosystem to which it could be intentionally or unintentionally introduced.
Invasive non-native (or invasive alien) animal: means an animal that has been introduced and subsequently become established and spread outside its native distribution area and caused harm to the environment, animal or human health, or the economy.
Hazard: means a non-native animal.
Hazard identification: means the process of identifying whether an animal is native or not in the importing country or region.
Hitchhiker organism: means an organism that has an opportunistic association with a commodity or vehicle/vessel or container and which may be transported unintentionally to a new environment.
This is a 26 page PDFÂ which summarizes the restructuring of The Code formerly known as the Terrestrial Animal Health Code with special focus this year on anti-microbial resistance, animal welfare, wildlife, specific diseases, surveillance, and many changes to the language which tighten the noose so to speak.Â
Top Invasive Species Violators
You are wondering about the Michigan invasive pig law?Â Is it legitimate?Â Farmers have been education the public on the Terrestrial Animal Health Code since 2005.Â Quietly each state in the Republic has taken money to implement this United Nations Code.Â The Terrestrial Animal Health Code manifests in your state as the Invasive Species laws and regulations.Â Basically each State took money to interfere with your absolute right in property ownership.
How do you know invasive species laws and regulations are active in your state?Â Look up the regulations and laws in your state or your can blindly run into hundreds of checkpoints in your state checking for invasive species.Â You think it is just aquatic, no, it is incremental implementation.
Here is the tool:
Here is the WA Invasive Species website:
Here is the 2011 Terrestrial Animal Health Code which will updated in May 2012
Here is a sampler of the checkpoints in Montana (same unconstitutional regs)
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WA has even established a toll free INFEST invasive species sighting Hot Line.
WA Invasive Species Council
Established by the legislature in 2006 and then extended in 2011, the council was tasked with providing policy level direction, planning, and coordination for combating harmful invasive species throughout the state and preventing the introduction of others that may be potentially harmful.
The Washington Invasive Species Council evaluated more than 700 invasive species in and around Washington to analyze which posed the greatest threat to the stateâ€™s environment, economy, and human health. The council selected 50 priority species for action in the short term.
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Ouuuu…ahhhh…disgusting.Â Turn in an Invasive Species violator and win a FREE whistle, WOW!!!!!Â See out your neighbors for a whistle.
From the trenches,
This comes from the NASS under the USDA.Â The data is provided to international governments and transnational companies to redistribute human resources and commodities.
To see it at your size preference:
This magazine is global propaganda, mind control if you will, for the upcoming generation of global citizens.Â Hey, they don’t teach math, reading, how to spell, but drum roll please,Â what do schools teach our youth besides moral values, contraception, and the like?Â Find out by thumbing your virtual fingers through the pages of MagDiseaseDiscovery!Â In it you will discover:
How can you become a scientist without learning to read, write and do math?Â I guess all it takes is to be lead through the nose on the international agenda journey.Â Being a yes man definitely helps and voila, you are an insta-scientist!
Worried yet?Â Â You should be.
Getting youth ready for the big bio bang
From the trenches of liberty,