Saturday, August 4, 2012

Clean Water Act Outrages

By Rich Kozlovich

I have always felt the need to change direction on projects as my thinking and vision began to take form….and it’s only taken ten years too. I have been somewhat in a quagmire of information this last year. Originally Paradigms and Demographics was a 'green issues only' blog. That gave me focus. However, as I dug into these issues more and more I realized that was going to be impossible because green is the spear point and step child of the world wide socialist movement. Both of which are irrational and misanthropic! I couldn’t convey the dangers of ‘green’ without addressing the dangers of ‘socialism’. So I decided to change Paradigms and Demographics from merely an anti-green blog into a pro-humanity blog.

The trouble with that is the gigantic amount of information that you need to sift through. Once you start you find that you are being drawn into a million different direction….all of which are amazingly interesting. I would love to do a weekly piece on the Far East and the continuing difficulties between China, Japan and the Philippines. I would love to do a weekly piece on the E.U. and the difficulties each country faces, especially in face of their green socialist bent. I receive daily reports from various outlets and I wanted to do a post for each of them, and some of their work is just terrific. I just don't have the time.

I read as much as I can, I scan even more, and I believe I have insights worth posting, but going is so many directions at once creates a lack of focus that I hate. In the spring and summer when I am working 10 to 12 hour days I find I can't post anything because there is so much information I can't focus at all.

In the next year my intention is to focus on fewer things, but hopefully with more depth that will take shape to give the correct understanding on these issues over time. I will be focusing on those things that are foundational to the existence of the green movement. My goal will be to focus on DDT, and chemicals in general, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species act and the goals and actions of those promoting Agenda 21, which will include Global Warming and whatever their latest ‘scare’ of the moment will be.

Here is one on the Clear Water Act. It is unbelievable how green laws have destroyed American rights as outlined under the U.S. Constitution; and the courts have been party to all of it.

EPA Again Tramples Common Sense, Private Property Rights
By Rebekah Rast
Dexter Lutter was expecting an award; instead he got a $20,000 fine. He made environmental improvements on his land — his farm — by taking steps to clean up the water supply and better preserve the soil, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers fined him for his efforts. “That’s how out of touch I am,” Lutter says. “I feel like we should have won a medal for what we did, but the EPA tells us we were wrong.”
If this is kind of thing is permitted every drop of water will come under the jurisdiction of government bureaucrats and there will no such thing as personal property rights; the very foundation of the American system.


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