RED ALERT!... H.R. 501... Agenda 21 To Be Implemented for ALL Coastal Areas! An Extremely Dangerous Bill!

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sun, 01/22/2012 - 5:09am.

 

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Notice to all hunting and fishing organizations
in the Pennsylvania... and ALL coastal areas in the U.S.

 

All Americans Need To Know About This! ~ Si Contino

Dear Fellow Sportsmen...

I'm forwarding to you an email sent to me by a good friend and someone who also enjoys hunting and fishing as much as I do.

It contains a link to U.S. House Bill 501, sponsored by U.S. Congressman Ed Markey, which seeks, as a first step, to establish a regional governmental council for "coordinating" and "planning" the decisions affecting the "use" and "sustainable development" of all American coastal areas.

Included, the Great Lakes and Jersey shore. This new "Regional Council" will supersede both in mandate and authority any constitutionally controlled, state run, fish and game commissions!

The general mandates for the Regional Councils created in Congressman Markey's legislation are:

1. To coordinated regional planning efforts in decisions affecting the sustainable development and use of Federal renewable and nonrenewable resources on, in, or above the ocean including the Great Lakes.

2. To offer Greater coordination among stakeholders regarding conservation of, and the sustainable development and use of, Federal renewable and nonrenewable resources of the oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes.

3. To force Americans to have a greater reliance on a multi-objective management approaches that integrate regional economic and "social objectives" (I shudder to think what that means) into water management decisions.

4. To develop a "Strategic Plan" for the sustainable development and use of America's coastal waters, including for the development of renewable and non-renewable energy in any given Region.

B. Regional "strategic" mandates include:

1. To Identify a Region's renewable and non-renewable resources including current and potential energy resources.

2. To identify and inventory existing (and potential) habitat for fishing, recreational use and energy development.

3. To document the health and relative environmental sensitivity of these waters.

4. To identify marine habitat types and important ecological areas.

5. To assess the local "marine economy" and "cultural attributes" while "developing a socioeconomic baseline" - (for what purpose remained unstated... but it sounds dupliciously diabolical).

6. To gather and prioritize the scientific and economic data necessary to develop Strategic Plans.

Note on item #6: A "Strategic Plan" to do what, is never explicitly stated. However, as can be discerned from the legislation itself, it's a plan for the implementation of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development of America's coastal areas, clandestinely, vis-à-vis the Gulf oil disaster.

C. Coastal areas to be governed are:

(1) PACIFIC REGION- The Pacific Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Washington, Oregon, and California.

(2) GULF OF MEXICO REGION- The Gulf of Mexico Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, and the west coast of Florida.

(3) NORTH ATLANTIC REGION- The North Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

(4) MID-ATLANTIC REGION- The Mid-Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.

(5) SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION- The South Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, the east coast of Florida, and the Straits of Florida Planning Area.

(6) ALASKA REGION- The Alaska Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the State of Alaska.

(7) PACIFIC ISLANDS REGION- The Pacific Islands Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the State of Hawaii, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, and Guam.

(8) CARIBBEAN REGION- The Caribbean Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.

(9) GREAT LAKES REGION- The Great Lakes Coordination Region, which shall consist of waters of the Great Lakes in the States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

D. Public input: Not to worry. At a couple of different points along the way, as this plan is being implemented, the average American taxpayer will be allowed a "public comment period". Just before, that is, the power-that-be enact their Agenda 21 plans for Sustainable Development over any objections you and I may have.

That said, I hope you'll take the time to look over the information I'm sending along as at some point this legislation, or something very much like it, will effect you, your families and your standard of living - not to mention the sports we all love and enjoy so much.

Please feel free share this information with everyone you know, including other hunting, fishing and outdoor use organizations... it's that important.

Regards,


Si Contino

PS: Below, please find the email I received on November 14, 2011.


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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: "Coordination Regions" & "Exclusive Economic
Zones"
From:
Date: Mon, November 14, 2011 2:36 am


In case you haven't seen this.
Talk about a [communist] system of regional governance!
Don


1. [112th] H.R.501 : Implementing the Recommendations of the BP Oil Spill Commission Act of 2011 -

- To provide for the implementation of the recommendations of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, and for other purposes.

Sponsor: Rep Markey, Edward J. [MA-7] (introduced 1/26/2011) Cosponsors (14) Related Bills: H.R.1352, H.R.1870, H.R.2260

Latest Major Action: 2/25/2011 Referred to House subcommittee. Status: Referred to the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections.

758 . [112th] (Introduced in House - IH)[H.R.501.IH ]

Excerpt: SEC. 501. REGIONAL COORDINATION.
(a) In General- The purpose of this title is to promote--

(1) better coordination, communication, and collaboration between Federal agencies with authorities for ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes management; and

(2) coordinated and collaborative regional planning efforts using the best available science, and to ensure the protection and maintenance of marine ecosystem health, in decisions affecting the sustainable development and use of Federal renewable and nonrenewable resources on, in, or above the ocean (including the Outer Continental Shelf) and the Great Lakes for the long-term economic and environmental benefit of the United States.

(b) Objectives of Regional Efforts- Such regional efforts shall achieve the following objectives:

(1) Greater systematic communication and coordination among Federal, coastal State, and affected tribal governments concerned with the conservation of and the sustainable development and use of Federal renewable and nonrenewable resources of the oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes.

(2) Greater reliance on a multiobjective, science- and ecosystem-based, spatially explicit management approach that integrates regional economic, ecological, affected tribal, and social objectives into ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes management decisions.

(3) Identification and prioritization of shared State and Federal ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes management issues.

(4) Identification of data and information needed by the Regional Coordination Councils established under section 602.

(c) Regions- There are hereby designated the following Coordination Regions:

(1) PACIFIC REGION- The Pacific Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Washington, Oregon, and California.

(2) GULF OF MEXICO REGION- The Gulf of Mexico Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, and the west coast of Florida.

(3) NORTH ATLANTIC REGION- The North Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

(4) MID-ATLANTIC REGION- The Mid-Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.

(5) SOUTH ATLANTIC REGION- The South Atlantic Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, the east coast of Florida, and the Straits of Florida Planning Area.

(6) ALASKA REGION- The Alaska Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the State of Alaska.

(7) PACIFIC ISLANDS REGION- The Pacific Islands Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to the State of Hawaii, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, and Guam.

(8) CARIBBEAN REGION- The Caribbean Coordination Region, which shall consist of the coastal waters and Exclusive Economic Zone adjacent to Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.

(9) GREAT LAKES REGION- The Great Lakes Coordination Region, which shall consist of waters of the Great Lakes in the States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

SEC. 502. REGIONAL COORDINATION COUNCILS.

(a) In General- Within 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality, in consultation with the affected coastal States and affected Indian tribes, shall establish or designate a Regional Coordination Council for each of the Coordination Regions designated by section 601(c).

(b) Membership-

(1) FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES- Within 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality shall publish the titles of the officials of each Federal agency and department that shall participate in each Council. The Councils shall include representatives of each Federal agency and department that has authorities related to the development of ocean, coastal, or Great Lakes policies or engages in planning, management, or scientific activities that significantly affect or inform the use of ocean, coastal, or Great Lakes resources. The Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality shall determine which Federal agency representative shall serve as the chairperson of each Council.

(2) COASTAL STATE REPRESENTATIVES-

(A) NOTICE OF INTENT TO PARTICIPATE- The Governor of each coastal State within each Coordination Region designated by section 601(c) shall within 3 months after the date of enactment of this Act, inform the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality whether or not the State intends to participate in the Regional Coordination Council for the Region.

(B) APPOINTMENT OF RESPONSIBLE STATE OFFICIAL- If a coastal State intends to participate in such Council, the Governor of the coastal State shall appoint an officer or employee of the coastal State agency with primary responsibility for overseeing ocean and coastal policy or resource management to that Council.

(C) ALASKA REGIONAL COORDINATION COUNCIL- The Regional Coordination Council for the Alaska Coordination Region shall include representation from each of the States of Alaska, Washington, and Oregon, if appointed by the Governor of that State in accordance with this paragraph.

(3) REGIONAL FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATION- A representative of each Regional Fishery Management Council with jurisdiction in the Coordination Region of a Regional Coordination Council (who is selected by the Regional Fishery Management Council) and the executive director of the interstate marine fisheries commission with jurisdiction in the Coordination Region of a Regional Coordination Council shall each serve as a member of the Council.

(4) REGIONAL OCEAN PARTNERSHIP REPRESENTATION- A representative of any Regional Ocean Partnership that has been established for any part of the Coordination Region of a Regional Coordination Council may appoint a representative to serve on the Council in addition to any Federal or State appointments.

(5) TRIBAL REPRESENTATION- An appropriate tribal official selected by affected Indian tribes situated in the affected Coordination Region may elect to appoint a representative of such tribes collectively to serve as a member of the Regional Coordination Council for that Region.

(6) LOCAL REPRESENTATION- The Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality shall, in consultation with the Governors of the coastal States within each Coordination Region, identify and appoint representatives of county and local governments, as appropriate, to serve as members of the Regional Coordination Council for that Region.

(c) Advisory Committee- Each Regional Coordination Council shall establish advisory committees for the purposes of public and stakeholder input and scientific advice, made up of a balanced representation from the energy, shipping, transportation, commercial and recreational fishing, and recreation industries, from marine environmental nongovernmental organizations, and from scientific and educational authorities with expertise in the conservation and management of ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes resources to advise the Council during the development of Regional Assessments and Regional Strategic Plans and in its other activities.

(d) Coordination With Existing Programs- Each Regional Coordination Council shall build upon and complement current State, multistate, and regional capacity and governance and institutional mechanisms to manage and protect ocean waters, coastal waters, and ocean resources.

SEC. 503. REGIONAL STRATEGIC PLANS.

(a) Initial Regional Assessment-

(1) IN GENERAL- Each Regional Coordination Council, shall, within one year after the date of enactment of this Act, prepare an initial assessment of its Coordination Region that shall identify deficiencies in data and information necessary to informed decisionmaking by Federal, State, and affected tribal governments concerned with the conservation of and management of the oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes. Each initial assessment shall to the extent feasible--

(A) identify the Coordination Region's renewable and non renewable resources, including current and potential energy resources, except for the assessment for the Great Lakes Coordination Region, for which the Regional Coordination Council for such Coordination Region shall only identify the Great Lakes Coordination Region's renewable energy resources, including current and potential renewable energy resources;

(B) identify and include a spatially and temporally explicit inventory of existing and potential uses of the Coordination Region, including fishing and fish habitat, recreation, and energy development;

(C) document the health and relative environmental sensitivity of the marine ecosystem within the Coordination Region, including a comprehensive survey and status assessment of species, habitats, and indicators of ecosystem health;

(D) identify marine habitat types and important ecological areas within the Coordination Region;

(E) assess the Coordination Region's marine economy and cultural attributes and include regionally-specific ecological and socio-economic baseline data;

(F) identify and prioritize additional scientific and economic data necessary to inform the development of Strategic Plans; and

(G) include other information to improve decision making as determined by the Regional Coordination Council.

(2) DATA- Each initial assessment shall--

(A) use the best available data;

(B) collect and provide data in a spatially explicit manner wherever practicable and provide such data to the interagency comprehensive digital mapping initiative as described in section 2 of Public Law 109-58 (42 U.S.C. 15801); and

(C) make publicly available any such data that is not classified information.

(3) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION- Each Regional Coordination Council shall provide adequate opportunity for review and input by stakeholders and the general public during the preparation of the initial assessment and any revised assessments.

(b) Regional Strategic Plans-

(1) REQUIREMENT- Each Regional Coordination Council shall, within 3 years after the completion of the initial regional assessment, prepare and submit to the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality a multiobjective, science- and ecosystem-based, spatially explicit, integrated Strategic Plan in accordance with this subsection for the Council's Coordination Region.

(2) OBJECTIVE AND GOALS- The objective of the Strategic Plans under this subsection shall be to foster comprehensive, integrated, and sustainable development and use of ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes resources, while protecting marine ecosystem health and sustaining the long-term economic and ecosystem values of the oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes.

(3) CONTENTS- Each Strategic Plan prepared by a Regional Coordination Council shall--

(A) be based on the initial regional assessment and updates for the Coordination Region under subsections (a) and (c), respectively;

(B) foster the sustainable and integrated development and use of ocean, coastal, and Great Lakes resources in a manner that protects the health of marine ecosystems;

(C) identify areas with potential for siting and developing renewable and nonrenewable energy resources in the Coordination Region covered by the Strategic Plan, except for the Strategic Plan for the Great Lakes Coordination Region which shall identify only areas with potential for siting and developing renewable energy resources in the Great Lakes Coordination Region;

(D) identify other current and potential uses of the ocean and coastal resources in the Coordination Region;

(E) identify and recommend long-term monitoring needs for ecosystem health and socioeconomic variables within the Coordination Region covered by the Strategic Plan;

(F) identify existing State and Federal regulating authorities within the Coordination Region covered by the Strategic Plan and measures to assist those authorities in carrying out their responsibilities;

(G) identify best available technologies to minimize adverse environmental impacts and use conflicts in the development of ocean and coastal resources in the Coordination Region;

(H) identify additional research, information, and data needed to carry out the Strategic Plan;

(I) identify performance measures and benchmarks for purposes of fulfilling the responsibilities under this section to be used to evaluate the Strategic Plan's effectiveness;

(J) define responsibilities and include an analysis of the gaps in authority, coordination, and resources, including funding, that must be filled in order to fully achieve those performance measures and benchmarks; and

(K) include such other information at the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality determines is appropriate.

(4) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION- Each Regional Coordination Council shall provide adequate opportunities for review and input by stakeholders and the general public during the development of the Strategic Plan and any Strategic Plan revisions.

(c) Updated Regional Assessments- Each Regional Coordination Council shall update the initial regional assessment prepared under subsection (a) in coordination with each Strategic Plan revision under subsection (e), to provide more detailed information regarding the required elements of the assessment and to include any relevant new information that has become available in the interim.

(d) Review and Approval-

(1) COMMENCEMENT OF REVIEW- Within 10 days after receipt of a Strategic Plan under this section, or any revision to such a Strategic Plan, from a Regional Coordination Council, the Chairman of the Council of Environmental Quality shall commence a review of the Strategic Plan or the revised Strategic Plan, respectively.

(2) PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT- Immediately after receipt of such a Strategic Plan or revision, the Chairman of the Council of Environmental Quality shall publish the Strategic Plan or revision in the Federal Register and provide an opportunity for the submission of public comment for a 90-day period beginning on the date of such publication.

(3) REQUIREMENTS FOR APPROVAL- Before approving a Strategic Plan, or any revision to a Strategic Plan, the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality must find that the Strategic Plan or revision--

(A) complies with subsection (b); and

(B) complies with the purposes of this title as identified in section 601(a) and the objectives identified in section 601(b).

(4) DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION- Within 180 days after the receipt of a Strategic Plan, or a revision to a Strategic Plan, the Chairman of the Council of Environmental Quality shall approve or disapprove the Strategic Plan or revision. If the Chairman disapproves the Strategic Plan or revision, the Chairman shall transmit to the Regional Coordination Council that submitted the Strategic Plan or revision, an identification of the deficiencies and recommendations to improve it. The Council shall submit a revised Strategic Plan or revision to such plan with 180 days after receiving the recommendations from the Chairman.

(e) Plan Revision- Each Strategic Plan shall be reviewed and revised by the relevant Regional Coordination Council at least once every 5 years. Such review and revision shall be based on the most recently updated regional assessment. Any proposed revisions to the Strategic Plan shall be submitted to the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality for review and approval pursuant to this section.

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112th Congress "Bill Text" (2011-2012) H.R.501IH

From the Library of Congress:

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c112:H.R.501:

 

Si Contino - January 21, 2012 - Rense

 

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My Two Cents... ~ SadInAmerica

Be sure to see this, you'll find it very interesting... Agenda 21 - Abolishing Private Property

The United Nations Agenda 21 absolutely means business... They intend to take control of ALL property, farms, gardens, animals, pets, forests, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, mud puddles, including your rainwater!

This non-governmental organization is taking control of all food regulations, plants, seeds, medicine, health foods, mineral rights, roadways, utilities, where and how you will live, your parental rights, even your children, their education, and how many children you will be 'allowed' to have!

The United Nations intends to take your guns and disarm all Americans! Obama needs four more years to help them complete the destruction of this country, our constitution, our way of life including our lives!

This is no joke... it's being done right under our noses. The best way to hide something... leave it out in plain view. By using words of trickery, most people unknowingly accept their agenda as being a 'wonderful' thing to do, their favorite line, 'it's for your safety', or 'it's for the children'.

Most people have fallen for the fancy, caring deceptive words being used such as 'sustainable development', 'green', 'renewable', 'protection', 'wilding', on and on it goes. Under false pretense the United Nations portrays itself as being the peace keepers and protectors of the world... this couldn't be farther from the truth! 'They' want control of everything for the 1% and the rest of us gone.

Their agenda is a 95% reduction of the worlds population and they don't care how it's done... they are doing it by wars, famines, lab created diseases, vaccines, gmo food, water, earthquakes, chemtrails and weather modification, that's just for starters... check out the Georgia Guidestones, Bill Gates and his vaccine agenda.

I could probably write books about this subject and still never cover what they have planned for the world. I have posted many articles about Agenda 21 and the United Nations... use the website 'search' to find them.

I hope my 'two cents worth' gave you something to think about... it's certainly scarey but... you have the right to know. You also know have the right to know your tax dollars are being used for their agenda and your own demise.

Check out AGENDA 21... it's huge, 'they' have everything figured out and are implementing it right now at stealth speed yet no one notices. Obama is part of the plan to push this agenda and he is doing a 'great job'!

Get this information out to family, friends and even your enemies. The United Nations is after everyone of us and everything we have... no one will be spared except the 1%... they may be able to buy their way out... for a while.

See these links...

Agenda 21 and the United Nations

UNESCO

ICLEI

Codex Alimentarius

We're in a mess folks, get educated, educate others so we can all take a stand and fight back.

That's my two cents for now.

Thanks a million for reading! Until the next time... do your research and wake up others.

SadInAmerica

 

 

 

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