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Environmental Fascism

October 8th, 2011 by Myrhaf · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

Very quietly, with Obama’s compliant media looking the other way, America is being fundamentally transformed. Congress and the Supreme Court are not involved. Few people are paying attention.

The EPA is regulating industry to death.

First, check out this video promoting a new book from Encounter.

Second, read about the EPA violating property rights in the name of protecting “wetlands.”

Third, read how the EPA will shut down 28 gigawatts of energy.

Of course, to the MSM anyone who sounds off about these power grabs is a nutty extremist and probably a racist. Nothing to see here, folks, move along.

I would say that if you’re not afraid, you’re either a leftist or you’re not paying attention.

3 Comments so far ↓

  • c andrew

    Hi Myrhaf,

    Here are some interesting things on the wetland issue.

    This showed up in Google.

    How well do you know me?
    http://www.gotoquiz.com/how_well_do_you_know_me687_1John Poszguy, a Hungarian immigrant, purchased land, cleaned up twenty years’ … Bush administration that promulgated a “no net loss of wetlands” policy, …

    This is what the webpage actually showed.

    http://www.gotoquiz.com/how_well_do_you_know_me687_1

    So apparently, asking people if they know about a man unjustly jailed by the Federal Government falls under the rule of Promotion of illegal activities or substances

    For those who aren’t familiar with the case, here’s a good summary:

    http://www.thefreemanonline.org/columns/private-property-rights-an-endangered-species/

    Mr Kamenar is Executive Legal Director of the Washington Legal Foundation.

    Last July, John Pozsgai, a 58-year-old, self-employed truck mechanic, was sentenced to three years in jail by a Federal judge and fined $202,000 for violating the Clean Water Act. This is the longest prison sentence ever meted out in the United States for an environmental crime. No, Mr. Pozsgai wasn’t the captain of the Exxon Valdez that ran aground in Alaska spilling millions of gallons of oil, nor did he dump toxic or hazardous wastes into any river or stream.

    His crime? Pozsgai was sentenced for placing topsoil and clean fill on his own property without permission of the Federal authorities from the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Sparing no expense to nab this “criminal,” the EPA even staked out the property with secret surveillance cameras and took several aerial photographs to capture the “crime” on film.

  • Andrew Dalton

    I am starting to wonder if environmentalism alone might be sufficient reason to get the Democrats out of power regardless (well, almost regardless) of who the Republican alternatives are.

  • Inspector

    People sometimes balk about the limits of presidential power, saying that the presidency isn’t as important as people make it because he doesn’t actually make the laws.

    Unfortunately, that view may be acting on out of date information. The “letter agencies” now have a completely un-American level of power to do harm.