FIRE SAFE COUNCILS
stole your vote!
Proof positive that the California
Fire Safe Councils are UN Agenda 21.
you refuse to accept this then you are enabling those who seek to destroy
private property rights, your liberty and your freedom.
UNITED NATIONS AGENDA 21
NATIONS COMMISSION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
UNITED NATIONS PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
PARTNERSHIPS U.S. GOV
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
U.S FOREST SERVICE
FOREST SERVICE SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS (SEARCH FOR: California Fire Safe
FIRE SAFE CALIFORNIA GRANTS CLEARINGHOUSE (CLICK LINK TO CALIFORNIA FIRE SAFE
COUNCIL GRANTS CLEARINGHOUSE)
CALIFORNIA FIRE SAFE
COUNCIL A 501c3 NGO (non profit with only IRS over site) receiving Federal
Government sanctioned Sustainable Development money - by passes all local
government control (meaning YOUR VOTE) for the sole purpose of imposing
Agenda 21! "(g) Empower community groups, non-governmental
organizations and individuals to assume the authority and responsibility
for managing and enhancing their immediate environment through participatory
tools, techniques and approaches embodied in the concept of environmental
United Nations' Agenda 21, Chapter
7, Promoting Sustainable Human Settlement Development.
above should connect the dots for you.
Below is just more evidence showing how a non-governmental
organization that you have no control over is being manipulated by our own
federal government under the mandate that starts at the United Nations
known as Agenda 21. As this process
grows in strength you will lose more individual property rights and it will
be because your neighbor did it to you.
If you care about freedom and liberty, especially for future
generations, please stop supporting these soviet style councils. These include any 501c3 that has been
organized to enhance “sustainable development” made up of supposed
“stakeholders”. Without citizen
collaboration they fail.
This is from the federal
government website: http://www.forestsandrangelands.gov/
Convene a stakeholder group (agencies, NGOs,
locals, etc.) to develop and present a strategy to WFLC that promotes
private investment in forest-based economic development and addresses critical
weaknesses in community capacity.
Collaboration Level: State/local
Lead Collaborator(s): WGA Western Governors’ Association
Local level collaboration should involve participants
with direct responsibility for management decisions affecting public and/or
private land and resources, fire protection responsibilities, or good
working knowledge of and interest in local resources. Participants should
include tribal representatives, local personnel from federal and state
agencies, local governments, landowners and other stakeholders, and
community-based groups with a demonstrated commitment to achieving the
strategy’s four goals. Existing resource advisory committees, watershed
councils, or other collaborative entities may achieve the needed
coordination at this level. Local involvement, expected to be broadly
representative, is a primary source of planning, project prioritization,
and resource allocation and coordination.
Successful collaboration may include some or
all of the following features:
• Include Diverse and Balanced
Stakeholder Representation. Potential stakeholders include local
property owners, local governments, tribal representatives, industry
groups, conservation groups, academics, scientists, and the interested
public. Collaborative organizers should make a reasonable effort to include
balanced representation from relevant interests in the collaborative
• Establish Clear Expectations and Goals.
The collaborative process itself should be open, accessible, and tailored,
as much as possible, to participants’ needs. Meetings should be civil and
respect the ideas of all participants. Participants should agree on how
they are going to collaborate and develop clearly articulated and
achievable goals for action. Commitments made during collaboration should
• Collaborate Early and Often.
Collaboration is enhanced when participants are involved at all stages of
project planning. This includes the identification of issues and concerns,
potential project areas, the development of alternatives, project design,
and where applicable, implementation and post-treatment monitoring.
• Strive for Maximum Transparency in the
Decision-Making Process. The criteria that will be used by
decision-makers to select a final project or alternative should be made
clear to the participants and the decision making process that will be used
to apply the criteria should also be transparent and understood by all. There
should be flexibility in the decision-making process to allow for multiple
options to be considered.
• Encourage Stakeholders to Function as
Representatives. Participants in collaboration should serve as a
liaison between the collaborative group and the interests they represent
and, when appropriate, advocate within their constituency for the agreed to
plan, project, or activity. Communication between the entities should be
enhanced as a result of the collaborative effort.
• Foster Long-Term Participation.
Collaboration will yield longer-term benefits if participants maintain
regular communication and active participation in the collaborative process
and are committed to staying engaged through completion of the plan,
project, or activity. New stakeholders should be added when appropriate.
• Recognize Time Frames and Resources.
Participants in collaboration should mutually agree on ways to accomplish
their objectives within reasonable time frames and in consideration of
• Enhanced Decision-Making.
Collaboration should be conducted in a way that complements and informs
Implementation Timeframe: 2008
Implementation Plan Collaboration
This Implementation Plan reflects a working collaboration
with several individuals from the Department of the Interior, the
Department of Agriculture, and the offices and representatives of the
Governors. The Governors also consulted with and utilized input from a
broader group of interested stakeholder and experts
California Fire Safe Council http://www.forestsandrangelands.gov/plan/documents/10-YearStrategyFinal_Dec2006.pdf
MORE “HEAT ON THE HILL” LAKE COUNTY IF YOU WANT YOUR CHILDREN TO BE FREE.
more about California Fire Safe Councils:
The South Lake Tahoe
Fire is an example of what can happen.
California Fire Safe Councils
didn’t work in Southern CA Disaster and there is a Reason why
Fire Safe Council ripped from the jaws of the tyrannists.
are a few that may be in your neighborhood:
Michigan Prescribed Fire Council
Councils of Florida
Wisconsin Prescribed Fire Council
South Carolina Prescribed Fire
Safe Councils, what’s next?
Now Read: AMERICA –
YOUR CHANGING WORLD
very worst thing about “Agenda 21” is, they are implementing it in an
un-American way because it is anti- American. They know if we the people were asked to
vote on it and ratify it by each state, it would never pass.
are all guilty. This is not about being
a Democrat or a Republican it’s about being an American. Every elected official who is sneaking
this past the citizens of this country is not worthy of calling themselves
is no middle road here. You either
support implementing Agenda 21 or you oppose implementing Agenda 21. Which flag is your flag?
“Agenda 21” an election issue for your Congressman.
21” should be a public debate issue.
Let’s bring “Agenda 21” out of the closet and shine the bright light
of scrutiny on the subject so all Americans know what’s happening.
an anti-soviet, become a Freedom 21 Fighter.
be a Freedom 21 Fighter you don’t have to join anything. You don’t have to pay any dues. You don’t have to attend any
meetings. You just have to learn
about Agenda 21 because you can’t fight something you know nothing
about. Then you must share your
knowledge with your friends and neighbors.
And the next time you meet someone who is running for elected
office, any office, ask them where they stand on Agenda 21 “sustainable
development”. Be a Freedom 21
GOD Bless the United States of America.
· Maurice Strong Architect of Agenda 21
· Local Agenda 21 – The U.N. Plan for your community
· ICLEI Members
· Henry Lamb @ World Net Daily
· Freedom 21 –
Advancing the Principals of Freedom in the 21st Century
· U. N. Watch
· The Earth Charter and the Ark of the
· Sirolli Institute and Lake County, CA
‘Lake County’s Spirit of Entrepreneurs’
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© copyright Bill Wink July 1, 2005