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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Sat Mar 19, 2011 5:46 am 
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Sadly the economy is going to get worse. trillion dollar wars and fraud on wallstreet will do that. You guys should protest the beach closings and just go out to the Point anyway. The judge had no legal authority to overturn a congressional law. He can't punish the public just because the NPS didn't follow an executive order 40 years ago. It's duely unconstitutional for the judicial branch to use the executive branch as a pretext to overturn congressional legislation. Unfortunately they DID have legislative body sign off, they got the county commission to roll over for them. However the only way to explain it, is to admit the county screwed up which they will never do. The island loves them and blames everything on the Audubon etc. It was both. We had insincere environment groups doing it for profits and the county complying for the same reason. Warren Judge run a hotel up the beach. They benefit from fleecing Hatteras's tourism to Nag's Head. They still have no authority to hand away a national park, it's not up to the local government, also part of it Ocracoke is in a different county.

And Alan is an idiot "yes man" who thinks they chose the lesser of two evils. They didn't. They thought that was what they were doing because they are ignorant nearly retarded people who can not even conjugate verbs correctly in their native language. Alan said "they come here" instead of "came" in the short clip they allowed of him, in the movie Piping Mad. He makes us all look like we are as stupid as he is. I was glad my Grand Mother was shown right ater him and used the word came correctly. It's quite low standard to have for public officials but that is where we are. (Hell we have a president who said there were 57 states). And the county hired some fat dope 80k a year to pass out stickers and preach to the choir. The island is getting what it deserves for being as stupid as it is. Another commissioner thought they voted for judge Boyle. He was federally appointed... This is the problem law makers who don't even know how the law works. But idiots vote for each other, so naturally we have morons for commissioners, because we have morons all over. The Tsunami in Japan was a freak thing largest earth quake ever nothing could be done. But did you notice something? No looting. None. And people don't own guns. The floods in Rodanthe are preventable. Much of the erosion is man made from dredging the bridge for the Pirate Cove millionaires and the NPS burning the vegetation every year. Are people are going to have to die before they change anything? Making people grow broke apparently isn't enough. There is a majority of Republicans in congress right. It would be easy to pass the senate bill. All it takes is one person to go up and do what I did to get it introduced. No one will though.

I get to teach economics in Japan in a second language, in a city of 22 million, and speak on national radio shows about politics, but in Hatteras I can't get a quote in the local paper or sub teach elementary school. It's crabs in a bucket. When someone is capable, they attack them. And that is why the place is so desperate. It's also why nothing is going to get better.

If there is a rally it will be from my brother. But I fear people will cower and wall up next to the line, have some feel good ranting time and leave with the tail between their legs. People need to break the law because it's not even a law. The law says it's your park the judge says it isn't and he is wrong. It isn't up to him to make or change laws. That 5th grade level understanding of branches of government. No authority on the hill is going to inform everyone of that. I've said it a million times and it's like talking to children. The only people who knew what I was talking about, outside a handful of people mostly my own family or tourists, were the peons in DC who could not fathom how something this ridiculous could make it so far so long. It's like radiation already hit the area and gave mass brain damage. I am so glad I am not on the funny farm. The only thing I miss is teaching jujitsu. My students have gone on and won the Naga Nationals in jujitsu. Gold and Silver. All those kids are teachable. They're going to have to move though because there won't be any work maybe even business left if things keep going the way they are. There is no reason everyone should have suffer and struggle the way they are.

But people down there are so at one another. Even after all the disasters. It's dog eat dog. Over here the whole nation including people completely unaffected are pulling together for recovery and rescue. There is a lot to learn from people with honor. Hatteras needs to bond together and drop all these stupid factions of ego and web blog attention whores. You don't need the OBPA or anything else. The unity should be base don the fact that you live there and because it's RIGHT. It IS legally a national recreational Park it was created for that purpose it is not a wild life refuge and so it can not be treated as one.

Rally on the Point break the non-law refuse to give you names or pay tickets, make a big enough stink that the news gets off the Island where rational people and people with money live who can do something about it.

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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 8:35 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Wed Jul 20, 2011 9:30 pm 
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Aw, move over plover.
And let Janet take over.
Yeah, you know what I'm talkin' 'bout.
Yeah!
Get on with it baby!

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H.R. 1505: National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act
http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h112-1505

4/13/2011--Introduced.
Prohibits the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture (USDA) from taking action on public lands which impede the border security activities of the Secretary of Homeland Security (DHS) (Secretary). States that the Secretary shall have immediate access to any public land managed by the federal government in order to conduct activities that assist in securing the border (including access to maintain and construct roads, construct a fence, use patrol vehicles, and set up monitoring equipment). States that a specified waiver by the Secretary of certain laws regarding sections of the international border between the United States and Mexico and between the United States and Canada shall apply to all sections of the international land and maritime borders of the United States within 100 miles of such borders with respect to the Secretary's activities under this Act.


HR Bill 1505 allows for DHS takeover of seashores and coastal areas
July 20, 2011
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http://www.lossofprivacy.com/index.php/ ... tal-areas/

A new house bill wants to allow the Department of Homeland Security to have jurisdiction over all federal lands on national seashores and coastal areas.

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HR Bill 1505, the “National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act,” would force the Secretary of the Interior to cede authority of coastal public lands, as well as lands located along the borders of Canada and Mexico, to the Secretary of Homeland Security when the latter sees fit. It would give the Dept. of Homeland Security the ability to construct roads and fences, deploy patrol vehicles and set up “monitoring equipment” in the National Seashore with impunity. And it would waive the need for the Dept. of Homeland Security to comply with environmental laws in areas within 100 miles of a coastline or international border.

The laws from which the Dept. of Homeland Security would be exempt include the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, the National Historic Preservation Act, the Clean Air Act, the Coastal Zone Management Act, the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act and virtually every other piece of environmental legislation passed by Congress.


The bill is not without opposition. Congressman William Keating , who also sits on the House committee for Homeland Security, is concerned about the language in the bill as it appears to allow for outright destruction of parts of the United States as long as the DHS claims that there is some sort of security risk. There are also massive environmental and legislative problems to be taken into consideration as well.

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…the proposed legislation would give unprecedented authority to a single federal agency to destroy wildlife habitat and wetlands, impair downstream water quality and restrict activities such as hunting, fishing and grazing. It would leave Congress and the public without a voice, even though at stake are hundreds of popular destinations,” including Glacier National Park, the Great Lakes, the California coastline and Cape Cod, said Jane Danowitz, director of U.S. public lands for the Pew Environment Group.

Areas in which environmental laws would be waived under the proposed law include the entire border of Alaska, most of Puerto Rico, all of Hawaii and all of Florida. Other national parks that be would affected include Olympic National Park and Mt. Rainer National Park in Washington, Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, Big Bend National Park in Texas, Acadia National Park in Maine and Cape Hatteras National Seashore in North Carolina.


This is far too sweeping legislation. It essentially allows the DHS to do whatever it wants, including destroying habitats and coastlines, all in the name of security. There would be no oversight and no recourse for anyone or anything in the affected areas.

When is this overreaching of government going to be enough? Would you like to visit any of the places named above if they were swarming with armed military, checkpoints, and “random” stops, especially if you had no recourse to complain about them? What are the “other purposes” in this bill and just how far will it be stretched to fit the mission of the DHS as it changes day to day? We need to stop this bill while it’s still in committee. Once it becomes a law, these former parks and seashores will no longer be a place for a family to enjoy a weekend together. It will be a militarized border, questionable to no one.

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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 6:03 pm 
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dicktater wrote:
Aw, move over plover.
And let Janet take over.
Yeah, you know what I'm talkin' 'bout.
Yeah!
Get on with it baby!

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Well done!

dicktater wrote:

When is this overreaching of government going to be enough? Would you like to visit any of the places named above if they were swarming with armed military, checkpoints, and “random” stops, especially if you had no recourse to complain about them? What are the “other purposes” in this bill and just how far will it be stretched to fit the mission of the DHS as it changes day to day? We need to stop this bill while it’s still in committee. Once it becomes a law, these former parks and seashores will no longer be a place for a family to enjoy a weekend together. It will be a militarized border, questionable to no one.


It's going to be enough when they have linked up national parks so military units can basically negotiate the world through tracts of land that are unoccupied by other humans. So they're off limits to us under the guise of protection of animal species but they won't be off limits to the military. I hear that in Africa Agenda 21 is in full swing and the military is using the unoccupied tracts of land for testing, planning, etc. Same way they did nuclear testing in the 50's in the desert I guess.

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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:57 pm 
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Sorta smells like an Agenda 21 program....aka the United Nations.


The United Nations 'inherited' alot of our national lands...due to a uh hum...bankruptcy....BankSters and politicians working together..to rob us of what belongs to all of humanity..

As soon as you think you have seen the most evil of evils....you are yet surprised that it can get even more evil...Where does the rabbit hole end?

Megalomaniacs....think they are smarter than us ...so smart...that they should rule the world...and we...the cattle..MUST BE MANAGED! MOOOOOOOOO

They are psychopaths...mental retarded people with huge narcissism problems..


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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
 Post Posted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:46 am 
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Sorta smells like an Agenda 21 program....aka the United Nations.

It is what it smells like.

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 Post subject: Re: Help us get the beach open!
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NOW THEY WANT TO CHARGE PEOPLE 50 BUCKS TO GO ON THE ONCE FREE BEACH IN NC
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