The Corps of Engineers’ goal is sustainable development/U.N. Agenda 21/wetlands. They claim they don’t want to leave any eco footprint on the land.
Agenda 21 and Climate Change have drastically increased the total cost of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers doing business. EPA also has a negative impact to the total cost.
USCE is heavily involved with Agenda 21. See following statement from USCE
The following statement is in the minutes of the EAB board meeting of January 22, 2010. Some of the things USACE has done in the past will be less important, while the environmental component will be a major part of USACE’s work in the 21st century. Water is a strategic resource that gives a nation power. The role of USACE in restoring the environment will become more important and the EAB would like to help with that. On a day-to-day basis we are worried about the small things but it is important to step back and see that environmental restoration and maintenance success may be the most important thing we do.
Is this another reason why parks are being closed and service is being cut?
The following workshop meeting is mandatory for those concerned about private property rights. The following is the only one remaining of the five that the Corps of Engineers was to have:
Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes
from 2 to 4 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m., Feb. 21
Mountain Home Project Office
324 W. Seventh St.
This meeting is mandatory for Secure Arkansas directors in that area. Here are some questions that still need to be asked:
Questions To Be Asked:
1. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has an Environmental Advisory Board. How much does this add to the cost of USACE doing business?
2. Do the members of the Environmental Advisory Board take an oath of office? (ANS YES) What is the Oath of Office?
3. Who are all the stakeholders and non-government organizations that the USACE is involved with?
4. Please explain Engineering Sustainable Water Resources and where the regulations are coming from?
5. Where do the sustainable solutions come from?
6. Why can’t the Environmental Advisory Board entity be eliminated or cut way back to save operational expense?
7. What are your costs of the Sustainable Rivers Program (SRP)? Isn’t this a UN Agenda 21 item?
8. In what way is USACE involvement with “The National Conservancy” and who are the other NGOs that USACE are involved with?
9. Why is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers doing business with The National Conservancy(TNC)? The National Conservancy should have no input in what the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers does.
10. What are the Environmental Operating Principles of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers?
11. Has The National Conservancy bought up private land and then sold some land to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers?
12. What is the cost of the Sustainable Rivers Program projects and where are the projects?
13. How much is the Great Lakes Initiative going to cost the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers? Why can’t this program be canceled? This issue is being pushed by the The National Conservancy (TNC).
14. Who are the partners and stakeholders of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers?
15. What is the cost to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for your involvement with climate change?
16. How much has the Regulatory Program added to the cost of doing business due to the Climate Change hoax?
17. What evolvement does the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer have with Mitigation? Please explain what your mitigation guidance is.