Request from Connie Burks of Harrison and concerned citizens of Perry County – URGENT:
Seven years ago, ANRC and ADEQ almost persuaded Gov. Huckabee to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (Watershed Pact) with the Missouri governor, which would have given undue power of bureaucratic agencies over the state legislature and county and municipal governments. Public pressure caused him to withdraw from signing.
Now, a Perry County Quorum Court meeting is scheduled forMonday, May 14, 2012, to vote on incorporating a county Watershed District.
The Watershed issue is an Agenda 21 issue, as many of you already know. It is just another attempt to Al Gore’s original public and private land grab via the Biosphere Project back in 1996 when Governor Huckabee ruled against it, thanks in large part to the dedication of many activists.
Proponents of the land grab are using a new approach, but the object is always the same: Defraud the public into relinquishing control of their own property.
This time, the carrot is a desire for clean water, as if to say that those opposed to their program like dirty water. The premise is faulty. Beware of the legal term “Stakeholder” (a word of color); key to this deception. If you are a land owner, don’t let them convert youfrom land owner to being a Stakeholder. “A Stakeholder is a person who is or may be exposed to multiple liability as the result of adverse claims. As a Stakeholder, you become a third party to a claim on property” – Black’s law 6th Edition.
TIME IS SHORT to convince Perry County Quorum Court members to refrain from incorporating a county Watershed District. Education is key to understanding what this con is all about. We understand your time is valuable. Please take a few minutes to watch this online documentary – just watch the first 20 minutes or so. The first 5 minutes is an introduction Connie Burks, the guest speaker. She will bring a lot of good information regarding property rights in Arkansas and the UN Infringements of Agenda 21.
For those who are familiar with the watershed issue, please consider attending the Perry County Quorum Court meeting on Monday, May 14th at 7:00 p.m. at the Perry County Courthouse.
Your audience support is important and speaks volumes on how critical their vote is on this very dangerous issue.
Please forward this important notice to all of your email friends in ARKANSAS, especially in Perry County.