You can't have it both ways - the changing meaning of words
'Sustainable development', 'smart growth', 'diversity' - all terms now have new meanings

by Julie Kay Smithson


In the rush to entrench 'sustainable development,' 'smart growth,'
'high-density housing,' 'diversity,' etc., into the American psyche, those
driving the engine of this agenda seem to have forgotten something very

Sustainability is what was called, not so very long ago, self-reliance. It
was what kept a business in business, what kept farmers, ranchers, miners,
loggers, and commercial fishermen solvent and thriving. Being sustainable
meant that you did not use more than you could produce and you did not
produce more than the demand called for. You did not feel guilty about being
a good steward.

Smart growth often meant building an addition on the family home to house
several generations. It meant building homes at different locations on the
same farm or ranch to house the children and grandchildren of the
generational land stewards who exercised prudent and honorable dominion over
their lands, waters and families. It was smart because it meant that the
'workforce' was AT the workplace, and family continuity remained unbroken.

Globalists impassionedly preach 'diversity,' all the while smothering the
lines that ARE diversity? The melding of all a population into 'high-density
housing,' thereby imprisoning the disarmed populace in glorified prison cells
-- as the large predators return to free-roam the huge 'Wildlands Corridors'
around every 'Core Area.'

Regarding the much-touted protection and restoration of species that the
'environmentalists' espouse, here's a quote from an Audubon Society book: "It
is probably a healthy exercise, when considering the extinction of species in
this age, to remember that many thousands of life forms have ceased to exist
from wholly natural causes -- dinosaurs spring invariably to mind. And
further that some organisms -- especially primitive forms, which, as it were,
are "past their prime" -- will pass into oblivion both without human
assistance and in spite of it." - From The Birdwatcher's Companion, page 229,
authored by Christopher Leahy of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1982.

The words sound warm and fuzzy, inspiring trust, but the real intent of words
and phrases is the very weaponry that is being used to disenfranchise our
heritage and our freedoms in America. Those who attempt to discredit
'isolationism' by saying that 'we MUST embrace globalism and interdependence'
seek to shroud the truth.

What has made immigrants from all over the world seek our shores and 'The
American Dream' was our very difference from the countries that they left
behind. What made so many leave their families and hundreds of years of
servitude and poverty? Gordon Sinclair, a Canadian journalist, said it well
in his 1973 essay, excerpted here: "Can you name to me even one time when
someone else raced to the Americans in trouble? I don't think there was
outside help even during the San Francisco earthquake. Our neighbours have
faced it alone, and I am one Canadian who is damned tired of hearing them
kicked around. They will come out of this thing with their flag high. And
when they do, they are entitled to thumb their noses at the lands that are
gloating over their present troubles."

The United Nations is, in fact, a foreign government with no land of its own,
which seeks, therefore, to take over the lands of the world - ALL OF THEM -
in its insatiable greed-lust. It has coined a phrase for this: global
governance. It is using the ingenious strategy of language deception to send
fine, honorable, hardworking people on guilt trips. This same modus operandi
has put our great sovereign nation on the road to ruin. Why don't more of us
see and read the signs, and turn off this road and back on to the highway to
The American Dream? Why should anyone feel obligated to parcel out the wealth
and resources of its own sovereign nation to a foreign power? We must either
honor and celebrate our own history, dignity and sovereignty - the very
things that immigrants still seek our shores to find for themselves - or we
shall join the rest of the world in abject poverty and subjugation.

You can't have it both ways.

"In March, 1915, the J.P. Morgan interests, the steel, shipbuilding, and
powder interest, and their subsidiary organizations, got together 12 men high
up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential
newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control
generally the policy of the daily press....They found it was only necessary
to purchase the control of 25 of the greatest papers. "An agreement was
reached; the policy of the papers was bought, to be paid for by the month; an
editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit
information regarding the questions of preparedness, militarism, financial
policies, and other things of national and international nature considered
vital to the interests of the purchasers." - U.S. Congressman Oscar Callaway,

"We are grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine
and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and
respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have
been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been
subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the world
is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government.
The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is
surely preferable to the national auto determination practiced in past
centuries." David Rockefeller, founder of the Trilateral Commission, in an
address before that organization in June of 1991

"Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to
restore order [referring to the 1991 LA Riot]. Tomorrow they will be
grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an
outside threat from beyond [i.e., an "extraterrestrial" invasion], whether
real or promulgated [emphasis mine], that threatened our very existence. It
is then that all peoples of the world will plead to deliver them from this
evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this
scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee
of their well-being granted to them by the World Government." - Dr. Henry
Kissinger, Bilderberger Conference, Evians, France, 1991

Julie Kay Smithson is the editor of Property Rights

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