9/6/11

Texas Fires Forwarding Agenda 21?

Texas wildfires collide with urban sprawl

The 'economic miracle' in Texas means housing developments have sprawled into wildfire danger zones. Now the state has to tally the costs. Are homes going up in places they shouldn't be?

Raging wildfires destroyed more than 1,000 homes in Texas over the weekend and thousands of residents were evacuated from the most-threatened areas. Ten new fires labeled "large" by the Texas Forest Service cropped up Monday night across the state.

Drought conditions, high winds, and large amounts of dry, combustible brush are ultimately to blame for some 21,000 wildfires that have hit the state since December.

The loss of homes in the rocky hill country highlights how the addition of 2 million residents every five years has pushed urban sprawl into wildfire danger zones, or as former Austin assistant fire chief Kevin Baum calls it, the "top of a matchstick."

"Right now, the weather is downright malevolent, like some kind of ugly, invisible hand that's preventing us from getting rain. That's created not just the perfect storm, but the perfect set-up for a situation like this where people have been caught offguard by the intensity and violence of these wildfires."

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re: urban sprawl

Ever heard the term "urban sprawl". If not, you have now, and you need to know what is meant by it. It is another buzzword from the global green agenda. In the language of the globalist would-be green dictatorship, "urban sprawl" is the exact opposite of what they call a "sustainable city". It is a no-no in other words. Very clearly, the global management scheme known as Agenda 21 stipulates that all people on the planet live only in areas so designated for human habitation, i.e. sustainable cities. "Urban sprawl" refers to the spilling over of people out of those areas and into undesignated zones.


The above map first came out in the days of the Clinton presidency. It was called "The Wildlands Project". Here is a brief explanation:

[From
here] "The Wildlands Project would set up to one-half of America into core wilderness reserves and interconnecting corridors (red), all surrounded by interconnecting buffer zones (yellow). No human activity would be permitted in the red, and only highly regulated activity would be permitted in the yellow areas. Four concerned conservative activists who now make up the board of Sovereignty International were able to find UN documentation that proved the Wildlands Project concept was to provide the basis for the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. They used this information and this map produced by Dr. Michael Coffman, editor of Discerning the Times Digest and NewsBytes and CEO of Sovereignty International, to stop the ratification of the treaty an hour before its scheduled cloture and ratification vote. (See Congressional Record S13790) Since the treaty was stopped, tens of thousands of Americans have used this map to expose environmentalist's efforts to implement this diabolical agenda piecemeal local, just as President Clinton is doing by setting aside millions of acres of public and private land."

On the above map, living in any of the areas in the red and yellow would be considered "urban sprawl", and would not be allowed. Regardless of whether or not this exact map has ever been "officially" adopted or not, the agenda behind it has never changed. That agenda is to herd all people worldwide into so-called sustainable cities and communities so they can be monitored and controlled like good little 666 global citizens should be...all done in the name of environmentalism of course.


So, as asked in the article - are homes going up where they shouldn't be? 21,000 fires since December of last year, 1000 homes burned in a weekend, ten 'new fires' since yesterday? Is Texas being burned up purposely by "some kind of ugly invisible hand" because of urban sprawl? What about all the floods throughout the rest of the country washing away entire towns too? That is a lot of red and yellow up there. Take note. fyi
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see update: 9-6-11; 2:30 PST Feds to assume control of Bastrop Co. fire; volunteer firemen turned away

update 2: 9-7-11; Texas Government Cut Fire Dept. Funding 75% In Early 2011
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Jeremiah 51:2 'Behold, I am against thee, O destroying mountain [global-kingdom], saith the LORD, which destroyest all the earth: and I will stretch out mine hand upon thee, and roll thee down from the rocks, and will make thee a burnt mountain'

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