The Wildlands Project and UN Convention on Biological Diversity Plan to Restore Biodiversity in the United States

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Don't swallow the bait until you've seen the hook. - Julie Kay Smithson, June 14, 2006. (regarding what is touted as fact to the public)

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This map was constructed from core, buffer, and corridor area parameters  from the Wildlands Project by Dr. Michael Coffman Percentage of federal ownership in western states. Red - Clinton Takings
Red Striped - Clinton / Babbitt Proposed
Green - Federal Owned/Managed
Tan - Indian Reservations
Yellow - Private Lands
Mountain Pictures - Forest Service

 

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Wilderness Areas Map Overlay 3-30-04

Wildlands Project Corridors

Location: southern Arizona, New Mexico, northern Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico

Border fencing and other security infrastructure

The Wildlands Project would set up to one-half of America into core wilderness reserves and interconnecting corridors (red), all surrounded by interconnecting buffer zones (yellow). No human activity would be permitted in the red, and only highly regulated activity would be permitted in the yellow areas. Four concerned conservative activists who now make up the board of Sovereignty International were able to find UN documentation that proved the Wildlands Project concept was to provide the basis for the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. They used this information and this map produced by Dr. Michael Coffman, editor of Discerning the Times Digest and NewsBytes and CEO of Sovereignty International, to stop the ratification of the treaty an hour before its scheduled cloture and ratification vote. (See Congressional Record S13790) Since the treaty was stopped, tens of thousands of Americans have used this map to expose environmentalist's efforts to implement this diabolical agenda piecemeal local, just as President Clinton is doing by setting aside millions of acres of public and private land. 2000 Discerning the Times Digest and NewsBytes. 

Taken From: The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, Article 8a-e; United Nations Global Biodiversity Assessment, Section 13.4.2.2.3; US Man and the Biosphere Strategic Plan, UN/US Heritage 
Corridor Program, "The Wildlands Project", Wild Earth, 1992,. Also see Science, "The High Cost of Biodiversity," 25 June, 1993, pp 1968-1871 and the Border 21 Sidebar of NAFTA. The very high percentage of buffer zone in the West is due to the very high percentage of federal land.



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