August 19, 2019

Could Jim Beers ‘Fix” the USFWS? Or U.S. Department of Interior?

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No… Beers could do nothing about the International Law involved in the implementation of the U.N.E.P agreement that was ratified by Accession which is an International Legal process to skirt around the U.S. House and Senate. All U.S. Estates are in agreement and implementing the U.N.E.P. policies at all levels of government.. Worse it’s Constitutionally Sound.. Same as the Climate Change Treaties, which the president has no authority as the plenipotentiary CEO of the U.S. corporation to do anything about except honor that agreement as well.. Because he’s a legal puppet.. So we could wish Trump was the head of the USFWS and nothing would change.. It’s clearly obvious even legally obvious who owns this U.S. corporate charade.. There is a legal historical record going on here of which unfortunately MOST folks are not willing to recognize.. A manifestation of the data has occurred here in these pages over the years to help people out of the delusional state of this State.. It’s a rough world..

There are roughly 50,000 people in various branches of World Governance working to implement the U.N.E.P Economy.. Keep in mind The United States is one of the five permanent members on the United Nations Security Council…Beers could accomplish nothing against the U.N.E.P. Rewilding Policies… Except perhaps make promises to try to do things that he could never do.. Same as Trump promising to remove the U.S. from the Paris Climate Change Agreement which he did not do and cannot do.. Unless it entailed certain unbinding aspects of the agreement but not the actual agreement. Trumps promises were very misleading, and I have all of the data to prove it.. The U.S. president is only the Plenipotentiary of the U.S. Corporation, that is in FACT a legal puppet.. The COTUS will not allow him to remove the U.S. from an International Treaty.. So thats the problem Beers would be challenged with, an International Treaty to REWILD the U.S. and meet the population objectives for people. By downsizing the economy, thus downsizing over time the population of people.. We’re 24 years into it.. that means most U.S. citizens are 24 years behind the actual legal facts of the issue itself..

It is actually very strange that some people cannot grasp the reality of this issue…

Sustainability’s justification for depopulation, is that there are too many people to harmonize with the earth’s environment, and therefore depopulation is an absolute necessity. The process of depopulation has always used the destruction of foods as the means of depopulation.. It’s a process that can be slowly implemented at first, then the process moves faster, suddenly there are shortages, food riots, scarcity.. Famine.. To many people it will seem as if it happened over night when it was actually being managed to that epic final conclusion..

Some resources validating these claims that are unfortunately ignored by some very misinformed people posing as public figures..

World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF (formerly named the, World Wildlife Fund, WWF)
World Wildlife Fund / World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)
The Wildlife Trusts, The Rothschild Reserves
Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
“The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts or RSWT…was previously known by the names Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves and Royal Society for Nature Conservation.”
The UNEP tome is 1140 pages.. When are you going to get around to the other 940 pages of that Rewilding destruction we’re all experiencing..
Agenda 21’s Depopulating Programme of Rewilding.
“It was believed that it was better to fence off nature and leave it to its own devices, rather than practically manage it…”
“Climate change is a significant threat to the “Worlds” wildlife. The Wildlife Trusts believe that nature should be central to both climate change adaptation (e.g. through the use of natural processes to reduce flood risk) and mitigation (e.g. through the protection and restoration of peat and peatlands to store and sequester carbon).”
“However there is now widespread agreement among scientists that we are living in an era of accelerated climate change, much of which can be attributed to increased human activity (for example through increased carbon emmissions from air pollution).”
“Climate change means that there are complex demands being placed on land for food, wildlife, recreation and development. Wildlife has adapted to climate change in the past but our modern landscapes – full of buildings, transport links and intensively managed farmland and fragmented natural habitats – present a new challenge to species. It is vital that we manage and use land sustainably, so it allows plants and animals to move and adapt to new conditions for survival as the climate changes. The Wildlife Trusts’ vision for A Living Landscape is working to bring about landscape scale restoration of the natural environment and adaptation to climate change, realising and using the multiple benefits provided by nature.”
“Protecting and restoring our natural environment and ecosystems is important in its own right…Flood prevention, crop pollination, carbon absorption, clean and healthy water sources – these benefits of our natural environment must all be considered and maximised as we prepare for the effects of climate change. Critically, we need to restore healthy, Living Landscapes that help to alleviate floods, control pollution and help us cope with extremes of temperature.”

“The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non-governmental organization founded on April 29, 1961, and is working on issues regarding the conservation, research and restoration of the environment. It was formerly named the World Wildlife Fund… It is the world’s largest conservation organization with over 5 million supporters worldwide, working in more than 100 countries, supporting around 1,300[5] conservation and environmental projects. WWF is a foundation,[6] in 2010 deriving 57% of funding from individuals and bequests, 17% from government sources (such as the World Bank, DFID, USAID) and 11% from corporations.”
“The group’s mission is “to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.”[7] Currently, much of its work focuses on the conservation of three biomes that contain most of the world’s biodiversity: oceans and coasts, forests, and freshwater ecosystems. Among other issues, it is also concerned with endangered species, pollution and climate change.”

Well then, they decided to kill us all off…

I do not for one second think that Jim doesn’t know about this pecking order of authority.. Nor does he not understand it.. So then his misleading arguments to my mind are highly suspect…

We’re surrounded by deceivers both intentional and unintentional at varying levels of self proclaimed public figure status.. None the less in my estimation traitors..

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