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By Dan Carlson
Prairie Ponderings 

'30 x 30' Examined

 

On January 27 of this year, President Joe Biden signed an executive order called “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad.”

You can read it online, but direct your attention to Section 216 in which the Secretaries of Interior, Commerce and Agriculture are directed to submit a plan by the end of April to “conserve” 30 percent of America’s land and territorial waters by 2030.

This is just part of a global initiative related to U.N. Agendas 2030 and 2050, which are not conspiracy theories but fact. Read them yourself online. Reality is folks, those seeking to tear down Western Civilization based on Judeo/Christian no longer fear us serfs.

They control of the media, the government, schools and colleges, and even some churches and denominations. Once we’re disarmed our subjugation will be complete.

On paper, the 30 by 30 plan sounds wonderful. Who could oppose efforts for cleaner air and water, improved wildlife habitat and more opportunities for outdoor recreation?

The problem is there is no definition of “conserve” in the executive order, and the amount of land Mr. Biden wants “conserved” is twice the size of the state of Texas. You can bet very little of the conserved acreage will be in places such as Connecticut, Massachusetts or Delaware. But don’t think we’ll all be smiling and happy in 2030 if this effort succeeds. Study 30 by 30 and you’ll discover it is just the first step in the 50 by 50 plan to have HALF the world’s land and oceans “given back” to nature by 2050.


When you read these initiatives you’ll encounter language right out earth-worshiping paganism. The world is depicted as a living, breathing, sentient entity who we have abused and must now pay the price or suffer her wrath. Worshipers of Ba’al in the Old Testament talked like that too.

The 30 by 30 plan, as interpreted by those pushing it, means returning the land to the way it was prior to the arrival of white Europeans. They call for destruction of dams, an end to maintaining roads in conserved areas with no new ones built, the end of all logging and mining and no use of fossil fuels on conserved land.

They also push “rewilding” and especially the reintroduction of apex predators in conserved areas with an emphasis in America on wolves, grizzly bears, and cougars. Of course, existing fences will have to come down so all those critters can thrive in the new Eden we’ll create for them.


It doesn’t take a genius to see this is another tool to relocate rural Americans into cities where control over them will be easier. Urban centers surrounded by carnivore-infested forests completes the dystopian fantasy. You doubt?

Morrill County Commissioners are on top of this and have publicly voiced concerns. The devastating impact of having almost a third of the land in the county move to federal control was pointed out by Commissioner Metz in a recent interview.

For rural counties to lose a third of their property tax revenue would mean would mean a tax increase of 30 percent on remaining county residents in order to maintain the same level of services. Think of the impact on school districts, emergency services, NRDs and more. I understand Lincoln County is also taking a hard look at 30 by 30, and I hope the Cheyenne County Commissioners will too.


We’re at a time when courageous people need to take a stand. Resistance will have to be at the local level, united and strong. Otherwise our kids will be living in urban condos, working on assembly lines at solar panel factories and eating synthetic protein cubes.

 

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