Forest Service – Public Service or Public Masters?

California Congressman Tom McClintock, District 4, interviewed a panel on June 22, 2011 concerning the closing of forest roads, fees hikes for events in small tourist towns, families having to abandon mountain cabins over the heavy-handed U.S. Forest tactics using the 2005 New Forest Travel Management Rule. This is no surprised to those who have vocalized their concerns about the “The Wildlands Project” being implemented through the Department of Transportation, EPA, White House Rural Council, and U.S. Forest Service. Congressman McClintock recently spoke with a constituent telling him that in the beginning the idea of U.N. Agenda 21 and ICLEI was considered a “extreme conspiracy” theory. He now says that “U.N. Agenda 21 is now becoming mainstream.” The following video speaks for itself.

Committee Hearing June 22, 2011

Do you have a specific story in your area that you can share? Did you realize that your freedom of travel and movement has been hampered in your state or community due to mandates placed on you through our government using U.N. Agenda 21, and ICLEI plans? Please share them with us.

For those not familiar with the Wildlands Project presented to Congress by Dr. Michael Coffman, please see the following video. They are using our government polices and regulations to implement this agenda, and to restrict your freedom of movement in the United States of America.

This is NOT a conspiracy theory. This is happening now in increments as observed in Congressman McClintock’s committee hearing.


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