>>Public input period for federal fishery strategy has ended and by Executive Order of President obama the federal government now controls most of what goes on in our Nations Water ways and coastal waters.
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Way back a year or so ago I warned that Obama was hell bent on turning the United States over to the World Government under the United Nations. Now he has made the first step in this direction by using his powers under Executive Orders to stop and/or greatly limit fishing in all of the nations coastal waters, Great Lakes, major rivers and some other inland waterways. Beware of those words “some other inland waterways” because this is where the real kicker lies and it means the government is taking over control of reservoirs and other sources of the nations drinking water. This action is far reaching and is typical Obama in that it is just one tiny step, or the tip of Obama’s treachery.
Read these articles and posts: LOST: Law of the Sea Treaty
You will wonder what this article has to do with the LOST or Law of the Sea Treaty when you read it because the author is concerned with recreational fishing and doesn’t say a thing about the United Nations. He does however name the agencies working within and for the United Nations and the one world government coalition. This article is one of the dots in connecting the dots. Most people would read it and say well I guess the fishermen have their pants in a wad but I don’t fish so it’s no big deal to me. Oh but it is! With what is happening in Washington one must be aware of what is going on now and what has been happening this entire year. These people are not stupid and they are as underhanded as a thief in the night.
In the meantime, we all and the media have been dithering over Obamacare and naked guys in the Congressional shower room yelling at each other. This is where they want our focus. This is also why Friday is the most active day on the White House calendar so if you get lazy about reading the Internet any day then make it Monday thru Thursday but don’t skip Friday or the weekend.
One other thing I want you to understand: steps have already been taken and passed in other bills towards this goal. They are hidden deep in the Stimulus Bill and the budget and the Health Care Bill and this $107 billion Jobs Bill passed today that won’t create any jobs but merely adds $107 billion to the deficit (that is our IOU to China, Japan and India among others still willing to buy our Treasury Notes). BB
“When the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) completed their successful campaign to convince the Ontario government to end one of the best scientifically managed big-game hunts in North America (spring bear), the results of their agenda had severe economic impacts on small family businesses and the tourism economy of communities across northern and central Ontario,” said Phil Morlock, director of environmental affairs for Shimano. (I put this paragragh in because of the two organizartions mentioned because they are up to their ears in the Law of the Seas Treaty and the plan for the United Nations to control the water of the world. BB)
“Now we see NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and the administration planning the future of recreational fishing access in America based on a similar agenda of these same groups and other Big Green anti-use organizations, through an Executive Order by the President. The current U.S. direction with fishing is a direct parallel to what happened in Canada with hunting: The negative economic impacts on hard-working American families and small businesses are being ignored.
“In spite of what we hear daily in the press about the President’s concern for jobs and the economy and contrary to what he stated in the June order creating this process, we have seen no evidence from NOAA or the task force that recreational fishing and related jobs are receiving any priority.”
Unless more anglers speak up to their Congressional representatives so their input will be considered, it appears the task force will issue a final report for “marine spatial planning” by late March. President Barack Obama then could possibly issue an Executive Order to implement its recommendations.
Led by NOAA’s Jane Lubchenco, the task force has shown no overt dislike of recreational angling. As ESPN previously reported, WWF, Greenpeace, Defenders of Wildlife, Pew Environment Group and others produced a document entitled “Transition Green” shortly after Obama was elected in 2008.
What has happened since suggests that the task force has been in lockstep with that position paper, according to Morlock.
In late summer, just after the administration created the task force, these groups produced “Recommendations for the Adoption and Implementation of an Oceans, Coasts, and Great Lakes National Policy.” This document makes repeated references to “overfishing,” but doesn’t reference recreational angling, its importance, and its benefits, both to participants and the resource.
Additionally, some of these same organizations have revealed their anti-fishing bias with their attempts to ban tackle containing lead in the United States and Canada.
Also, recreational angling and commercial fishing have been lumped together as harmful to the resource, despite protests by the angling industry.
Morlock’s evidence of collusion — the green groups began clamoring for an Executive Order to implement the task force’s recommendations even before the public comment period ended in February.
The latest Obama power grab would restrict the coastal and inland waters of the United States according to the zoning model of the United Nations. The plan, titled Interim Framework for Effective Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning, was prepared quietly below the radar this past December. It creates new government regulatory agencies to control every drop of water — even your own private lake contained entirely on your property that you own. You can read it here.