Agenda 21 Alert: Science and Sewage

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By Cassandra Anderson
May 28, 2010 (updated)
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Agenda 21 Sustainable Development is the overarching blueprint for depopulation and total control, using the environment as the excuse for that control. The 3 major tools that are used are :

• Global warming
• Water Shortages
• Endangered Species Act

In the case of the California Delta, man made water shortages have been imposed on farmers by way of the ESA (Endangered Species Act) for the last three years. Still, the Delta smelt populations have declined, despite the restrictions. While the federal government refused to acknowledge that the cause for the decline in smelt populations was due to up to 1 BILLION gallons of partially treated sewage being flushed into the Delta per day, they blamed the water pumps for the decline in smelt. Their disastrous solution was to cut the water flow to farmers (who supply our country with 50% of its produce and nuts), thereby increasing the water levels in the Delta to dilute pollution.

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One Response to Agenda 21 Alert: Science and Sewage

  1. st says:

    Ironically, on the same day the New York Times article, “Safety Rules Can’t Keep Up With Biotech Industry” broke, the scientific watchdog group, The Council for Responsible Genetics-GeneWatch Magazine submitted the electronic version of the print subscription; March-April 2010 issue titled, “BioLab Safety”.

    The Editor of GeneWatch, Sam Anderson stated in the Editorial Section, ” This may be one of the most important GeneWatch issue in recent memory”.

    The electronic version of GeneWatch magazine; BioLab Safety is available free online at http://issuu.com/genewatchmagazine/docs/genewatch23-2?mode=embed&layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Flight%2Flayout.xml&showFlipBtn=true This 28 page electronic version can be read as you would a “printed” magazine issue.

    March-April 2010 issue; “BioLab Safety” articles:

    A Cruel and Unusual Corporation
    By Ralph Nader
     
    A Roach in the Kitchen
    By CRG staff – interview with Becky McClain
     
    Commentary: GM Crops
    By Eric Hoffman
     
    Dedication: Tony Mazzocchi
    By Jeremy Gruber
     
    Give Them an Inch…
    By Michael Siciliano
     
    One Bug, One Drug
    By Lynn Klotz, Edward Sylvester
     
    The Lab in My Backyard
    By Beth Willis
     
    Teatime in the Lab
    By Sam Anderson
     
    Book Review: Breeding Bio Insecurity and Germs Gone Wild
    By Andrew Thibedeau
     
    Flushing It Down the Rabbit Hole
    By Andrew Thibedeau
     
    Topic: Genetic Discrimination
    By Jeremy Gruber
     
    Topic: Forensic DNA Databanks
    By CRG Staff
     
    The Case of Dr. Malcolm Casadaban
    By CRG Staff

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