Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project

Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Professor of Geography My people perish for lack of knowledge. Hosea 4:6 It seems indeed to be easier to deceive a multitude than one man. Herodotus, Greek historian The phony Christian-conservatives have never warned you about the very plan that is the very means whereby planners are silently, insidiously, and deceptively dragging America into a global government, the seat of which is intended to be the United Nations. That plan is “Regional Governance.” Jakie Patru, “Regionalism: Sneaking America into Global Government” I believe there are more instances of the abridgment of the Read More …

WaterWatchAlliance.us Website Homepage

Figure 1. Baca National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR) Wetlands and Sangre de Cristo Mountains Figure 2. San Luis Valley and proposed Lexam drill area on BNWR (red rectangle in upper right). WHAT IS WATER WATCH ALLIANCE? WATER WATCH ALLIANCE (WWA) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF VOLUNTEERS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE WATER AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND PRISTINE SAN LUIS VALLEY OF SOUTHERN COLORADO FROM REMOVAL AND CONTAMINATION BY GAS DRILLING. We believe the best way to protect our spectacular, unique, and sacred home is to ensure that the San Luis Valley remains a NO-GO (No Gas and Oil) Zone in perpetuity. There is great potential for production of solar, wind, Read More …

Episode #1: Water Issues in the San Luis Valley, Colorado

Uploaded on Oct 28, 2016 This panel discussion/interview is episode 1 of a series of interviews regarding water issues in the San Luis Valley, Colorado. Participants are in 10/15/2016 interview were: Dr. Eric Karlstrom (retired geography professor), Tim Lovato (former Water Commissioner in San Luis Valley), and Drs. Thad and Sue Englert (retired physics professors).

Why We Believe the San Luis Valley is a NO-GO (No Gas and Oil) Zone

Why We Believe the San Luis Valley Must Remain a NO-GO (No Gas and Oil drilling) Zone! Figure 1. Wetlands in the Baca National Wildlife Refuge; Sangre de Cristo Mountains in background. Figure 2. Sand dunes in The Great Sand Dunes National Park and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. I have always told people that the San Luis Valley is more than home to me. It is a spiritual place unlike any other on earth. Senator Ken Salazar (Valley of the Dunes) Figure 3. Proposed Lexam/Concoco-Philips project area on Baca National Wildlife Refuge (green dotted line). Baca #1 and #2 wells are on The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Read More …

Crestone-Sagauche County Water, Land & Air Battles (Locals V. UN Agenda 21 Agents?), 2008-2013

Webmaster Introduction: This post is also located here: Appendix 1: Crestone / Baca Battles and is part of the extended series of articles I wrote entitled Preface: Is Crestone/Baca the “Vatican City of the New World Order?” An Expose of the New World Religion. A popular saying in the Crestone/Baca New Age spiritual community is that one often sees “the macrocosm in the microcosm.” This is certainly true of the sparsely-populated Crestone/Baca and Saguache County (population: about 1500 and 6,000, respectively.) Here, locals commonly speak of their neighbors being “thrown under the bus”- a phrase also associated with hard-ball political “assassinations” in Washington, D.C. And stangely, local political differences are Read More …