The attack on rural and western states by giant econut
organizations and mutated politicians is almost like reliving the
science fiction film of the 1950ís. Fifty years ago Americans would not
have believed that people would have turned on family farmers and rural
communities in the name of pseudo-science (i.e. human caused global
warming) and the absurd excuse of saving already doomed species. Owls,
fish, insects, plants and mammals are protected instead of humans living
in rural America. With a few exceptions, extinction of most endangered
species was as certain as that of the dinosaurs. I repeat my whimsical
assertion: millions of years ago, Tyransausauris Rex would not have
become extinct if paleoeconuts and paleoPET would have been around since
they would have fed dinosaurs human babies.
The travesty in the Klamath river area (Northern
California and southern Oregon) is amazing. Over 1200 farms of 200,000
areas have been disenfranchised from water usage for a couple fish, a
rat, and an insect. The real fish are the environmental overactivists
demanding the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the real kangaroo rat act
to request restriction of water usage. The excuse is the Endangered
Species List (ESL).
A bucket brigade of 12,000 took water from the Klamath
River and placed it into a canal started in the 1880ís by farmersí hand
digging. Did you hear about it in the liberal press? In 1904, the
Federal government got involved. Water being used by farmers for over a
century is now being denied farmers. Whatever happened to grandfathered
actions? Farmers, ranchers, loggers, miners and rural citizens should be
the ones on the ESL!
Ratification of international treaties, formation of
United Nation Protection Areas, and ratification of the Endangered
Species Act combine to cause absurd court actions, halt road usage, stop
oil drilling, and stocking of wild animals in inappropriate areas. To
avoid this and future loss of self-governing, the U.S. must neuter or
cancel the Endangered Species Act and minimize the influence of the UN
on U.S. laws.