The Nightmare of Agenda 21

Yesterday I did a radio program with Dale Williams and Attorney Co-Host Paul Toscano.  It was without doubt one of the worst radio programs I ever did.  The program starts at about 7:04 am following the top of the hour commercials.  I woke up literally at 7:00 am.  I had time to fire up my computer, find the phone number to call in my inbox and to make a pot of coffee before the program started.  I didn't get a cup of that coffee until the first break - sometime around 7:15.  Suffice it to say, I would have had a hard time describing what I was wearing let alone talking about Agenda 21 which is the biggest conspiracy and institutionalized fraud ever perpetrated on a country and a people so this is my attempt to make restitution for the time anybody lost sharing my nightmare.   Since this is a rant, I'm just going to give it to you straight and I'll follow up with all the links in the piece I'll publish in a few days - what I'm currently working on.

Richard Nixon signed the legislation to create the EPA.  It was sponsored by Henry "Scoop" Jackson and passed in 1969 and became law in 1970.   Originally, the purpose of the EPA was to provide guidance to the agencies of government as it pertained to environmental considerations for government projects.  The legislation created the Council for Environmental Quality under the Executive Branch to advise the president on environmental issues.   The Council was funded through the Interior Department and the Chairman was to be at the level of a Deputy Secretary. 

[Side Note:  Our government uses a third man down strategy.  By that, I mean it's really the third man down in the chain of command who has the power.  The appointees of government are more like sock puppets who put on a show for the public.  When Congress has hearings, they rarely call anyone below the appointee to testify.  That way, nobody ever has to lie about what the agency is really doing.  The Congress can play, "What's My Line" with their five minutes of questioning somebody who really has no idea beyond a summary overview anyway.  That's a tip to researchers - look at the Deputy Secretaries and Under Secretaries because that's where the action is.]

The first Chairman of the Council for Environmental Quality was Russell E. Train.  At the time the EPA was created, Russell Train was President of the Conservation Foundation.   Laurence Rockefeller founded the Conservation Foundation in 1948.



Russell E. Train

Mr. Train's 50 years of work on behalf of the world's wildlife stems from the safaris that he took to East Africa in the late 1950s. He returned a champion of the wildlife conservation cause, taking leadership positions with several organizations.

He founded the Wildlife Leadership Foundation (1959) in order to establish effective wildlife parks and reserves. In 1961 he founded the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and was a founding trustee of the World Wildlife Fund-US. He was chairman of the AWF from 1961 to 1969. He became president of the Conservation Foundation (1965), which works to increase environmental awareness in federal policy-making process.

Mr. Train was the first chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality (1970). From 1973 to 1977 he served under Presidents Nixon and Ford as the second administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. He is the author of Politics, Pollution, and Pandas, An Environmental Memoir.

He has received numerous awards for his work. President George H. W. Bush presented Mr. Train with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1991. His other awards include the Albert Schweitzer Medal of the Animal Welfare Institute, Aldo Leopold Medal of the Wildlife Society, Conservationist of the Year of the National Wildlife Federation in 1974 and 1988, the John and Alice Tyler Ecology Award, Public Service Medal of the National Academy of Science, the Elizabeth Haub Prize in international environmental law, the Lindbergh Award, Environmental Law Institute Award, the Heinz Family Foundation Chairman's Medal, the Keystone Center Leadership Award, and the Order of the Golden Ark (Netherlands). He has received numerous honorary degrees.



Laurance Rockefeller

He was an advisor to Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford on matters of environmental conservation and outdoor recreation, and he worked on federal commissions set up to help develop national conservation and environmental policies and programs. In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed him chairman of the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission (ORRRC), which charted ways of meeting the nation's outdoor recreation needs through the year 2000. He was a special emissary for President Lyndon Johnson in the effort that led to creation of the National Redwoods Park in California, and he served as chairman of President Nixon's Citizens' Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality, successor to a similar group which he headed under President Johnson...

Among other conservation organizations in whose activities he has taken an active role are the New York Zoological Society, of which he is now honorary chairman; American Committee for International Wildlife Protection; Resources for the Future, Inc.; and the National Park Foundation. With Fairfield Osborn, head of the New York Zoological Society, he helped to organize The Conservation Foundation in 1948. In 1965 he was instrumental in organizing the National Recreation and Park Association, formed through a merger of five important organizations, and served as its first president.


Presidential Citizens' Advisory Committee

When President Johnson set up the Citizens' Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty in 1966, he chose Laurance S. Rockefeller to be its chairman. The 12-member committee received a broad mandate from the president, who said its task was "to tell us where to go from here" in the fields of outdoor recreation and natural beauty.

...Rockefeller also was chairman of the Citizens' Committee's Electric Utility Industry Task Force on Environment, which sought practical action to eliminate conflicts between natural beauty and the industry. Its report in 1968 gave emphasis particularly to the placement of distribution lines underground and the location of nuclear energy plants.

In 1969, President Richard Nixon created the Citizens' Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality, replacing the Committee on Outdoor Recreation and Natural Beauty. The committee's new name reflected the emphasis on protection and improvement of all aspects of the environment, from air and water to open space, the look of industrial plants and the quiet of neighborhoods. Rockefeller served as chairman of the new 15-member committee for four years and after resigning as chairman, continued to serve as a member for three more years.

[Side Note:   Read #14 - Venture Capital -  See also his Jackson Hole activities - probable source of power for the Jackson Hole Group:   See HERE  and  HERE  ]


On the international side of this false environmental movement, was the formation of the World Wildlife Fund. 

A "small but influential group of Europeans" founded the World Wildlife Federation in April of 1961 allegedly to raise funds to "save the animals".  They opened their office for business at the headquarters the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Morges, Switzerland.  Their first initiative calling for support was called the Morges Manifesto.  H.R.H. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands was the first President. 

Morges Manifesto

"One of the most important figures in WWF's early history was the renowned British biologist, Sir Julian Huxley. As the first Director General of UNESCO, Huxley had also helped found a scientific research-based conservation institution, now known as IUCN-The World Conservation Union."  Source:  WWF History

H.R.H. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was President of the British National Appeal which was the first national affiliate of the WWF. 

The second national affiliate of the WWF was opened in December of 1961 in Washington DC.  The first President was Ira Gabrielson and the first Vice President was Russell E. Train.

Note:   Both Prince Bernard and Prince Philip had Nazi connections before and during World War II. 


World Wildlife Federation - Washington DC
WWF - History Timeline

World Wildlife Federation - International

Royal Nazi History
On Royal Nazis and the Scottish Connection
Nazi Roots of the House of Windsor

World Wildlife Federation Chairmen and presidents - notice that this is a very small circle of people who keep coming back in different positions and who also cycle in and out of the EPA.



WWF Chairmen and Presidents


Presidents and Terms

Ira N. Gabrielson - 1962–1971

C. R. Gutermuth - 1972–1973

Francis L. Kellogg - 1973–1977

Russell E. Train - 1978–1985

William K. Reilly - 1985–1989

Kathryn S. Fuller - 1989–2005

Carter S. Roberts - 2005–Present

Chairmen and Terms

John I. Snyder - 1963–1965

John D. Murchison - 1966–1974

S. Dillon Ripley - 1975–1980

George M. Woodwell - 1980–1984

Lawrence S. Huntington - 1984–1985

Russell E. Train - 1985–1994

Roger W. Sant - 1994–2000

William K. Reilly - 2000–2006

Bruce E. Babbitt - 2006-2009

Lawrence H. Linden - 2009-Present

Roger W. Sant - 2009-Present

In 2007, Kurt Waldheim died.  His obituary was published in the New York Times:

Kurt Waldheim

Kurt Waldheim, the former United Nations secretary general and president of Austria whose hidden ties to Nazi organizations and war crimes were exposed late in his career, died yesterday at his home in Vienna. He was 88.

Excerpts from his UN Bio

Kurt Waldheim was appointed Secretary-General of the United Nations for a five-year term beginning on 1 January 1972. The Security Council had recommended the appointment on 21 December 1971 and the General Assembly approved it by acclamation on the following day.
From 1956 to 1960, Mr. Waldheim represented Austria in Canada, first as Minister Plenipotentiary and later as Ambassador. From 1960 to 1962 he was head of the Political Department (West) in the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, subsequently becoming Director-General for Political Affairs until June 1964.

The Secretary-General also opened and addressed a number of major international conferences convened under United Nations auspices. These include the third session of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Santiago, April 1972), the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (Stockholm, June 1972), the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (Caracas, June 1974), the World Population Conference (Bucharest, August 1974) and the World Food Conference (Rome, November 1974).

The Secretary-General participated in Security Council meetings held away from Headquarters, in Africa (Addis Ababa, January 1972) and in Latin America (Panama, March 1973).
In July 1973, Mr. Waldheim addressed the Conference on European Security and Co-operation in Helsinki.



War is Peace - Life is Death - Green is Red

UN Conference on the Human Environment - Stockholm Sweden


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