REAL ID for Oregon June 20, 2017
The US Dept of Homeland Security (DHS) is America's new nazi gestapo.
Regarding the so-called "security enhanced" Real ID that this leviathan is trying
to shove down the throats of the American citizenry, i urge the state of oregon
(and all other US states) to outright REJECT this measure and enact legistlation
to thrown the DHS and the TSA out of our state, permanently.
The TSA is ALREADY engaged in ILLEGAL searches and seizures at our airports
and other transportation hubs, in DIRECT violation of our 4th amendment right to
be free from any unreasonable and unwarranted searches and seizures of our
persons and personal belongings- all in the name of "safety" and "security", of course.
I,m sure the jews were told to march to the gas chambers by the Nazis in World War 2
for their own "safety" and "security"...
The TSA, along with its parent agency, the DHS, are engaged in outright CRIMINAL
fascist police state activity. This agency's administrators and policy makers need to be arrested, prosecuted
and thrown into PRISON for the rest of their lives for the CRIMES they have all willfully
and maliciously committed against our precious civil liberties and freedoms here in America. Our precious civil liberties specifically
protects us from all forms of state tyranny. As well, our Bill of Rights and our national Constitution
are the Supreme LAW of the land until deemed otherwise in this country.
To all American citizens: You DO NOT need a security enhanced REAL ID to travel anywhere
in this country, despite what the DHS/TSA tells you. You don't need to "show your papers"
and be electronically identified, tracked, monitored and digitially enslaved by RFID (radio frequency
identification) chips embedded in any drivers license you may possess. This level of
fascist police state tyranny and control belongs in the dust heap of nazi germany, not in the USA.
America was founded upon the REJECTION of all forms of oppression and state tyranny.
This nation is a beacon of freedom and liberty to the world. Lets keep it that way.
I have written quite a few articles about the horrific drought in California, but conditions just continue to get even worse. According to NPR, snowpack levels in the Sierra Nevada mountains are “just 6 percent of the long-term average”…
The water outlook in drought-racked California just got a lot worse: Snowpack levels across the entire Sierra Nevada are now the lowest in recorded history — just 6 percent of the long-term average. That shatters the previous low record on this date of 25 percent, set in 1977 and again last year.California farmers rely on that water. Last year, farmers had to let hundreds of thousands of acres lie fallow because of the scarcity of water, and it is being projected that this year will be even worse…
More than 400,000 acres of farmland were fallowed last year because of scarce water. Credible sources have estimated that figure could double this year.Fortunately, many farmers have been able to rely on groundwater in recent years, but now wells are running dry all over the state. Here is more from NPR…
Last year was already a tough year at La Jolla Farming in Delano, Calif. Or as farm manager Jerry Schlitz puts it, “Last year was damn near a disaster.”Are you starting to understand the scope of the problem?
La Jolla is a vineyard, a thousand-or-so acres of neat lines of grapevines in the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. It depends on water from two sources: the federal Central Valley Project and wells.
Until last year, Schlitz says, wells were used to supplement the federal water.
“Now, we have nothing but wells. Nothing. There’s no water other than what’s coming out of the ground,” he says.
Last year, one of those wells at La Jolla dried up. The farm lost 160 acres — about a million dollars’ worth of produce, plus the wasted labor and other resources.
Despite all of the wonderful technology that we have developed, we are still at the mercy of the weather.
And if this drought continues to drag on, it is absolutely going to cripple a state that contains more than 10 percent of the total U.S. population.
In an attempt to fight the water shortage, Governor Jerry Brown has instituted statewide water restrictions for the first time ever…
California announced sweeping statewide water restrictions for the first time in history Wednesday in order to combat the region’s devastating drought, the worst since records began.So what will these restrictions include?
Governor Jerry Brown issued the declaration at a press conference in a parched, brown slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains that would normally be covered by deep snow.
“Today, we are standing on dry grass where there should be five feet (1.5 meters) of snow,” Brown said. “This historic drought demands unprecedented action.”
The following is a summary from Natural News…
• A ban on non-drip irrigation systems for all new homes.
• A requirement for golf courses and cemeteries to “reduce water consumption.” (And yet, the very idea of green golf courses in the middle of a California desert is insane to begin with…)
• Force farmers to report more details on their water usage so that the state government can figure out where all the water is going (and where to restrict it even further).
• Outlawing the watering of grass on public street medians.
• Discussions are also under way to throw “water wasters” in jail for up to 30 days, according to another LA Times article. The most likely source of intel for incarcerating water wasters will be neighborhood snitches who monitor water usage of nearby homes and call the authorities if they see too much water being used.
If the drought does not go on for much longer, these restrictions may be enough.
But what if it continues to intensify?
The following graphic shows the U.S. Drought Monitor map for the state of California for each of the last five years in late March…
It doesn’t take a genius to see the trend.
And scientists tell us that this might just be the beginning. There have been megadroughts in that area of the country that have lasted more than 100 years in the past, and there are fears that another megadrought may have begun. The following comes from National Geographic…
California is experiencing its worst drought since record-keeping began in the mid 19th century, and scientists say this may be just the beginning. B. Lynn Ingram, a paleoclimatologist at the University of California at Berkeley, thinks that California needs to brace itself for a megadrought—one that could last for 200 years or more.If this is a megadrought, it is just a matter of time until massive migration will become necessary.
As a paleoclimatologist, Ingram takes the long view, examining tree rings and microorganisms in ocean sediment to identify temperatures and dry periods of the past millennium. Her work suggests that droughts are nothing new to California.
“During the medieval period, there was over a century of drought in the Southwest and California. The past repeats itself,” says Ingram, who is co-author of The West Without Water: What Past Floods, Droughts, and Other Climate Clues Tell Us About Tomorrow. Indeed, Ingram believes the 20th century may have been a wet anomaly.
In fact, one UN official is already talking about it…
If the state continues on this path, there may have to be thoughts about moving people out, said Lynn Wilson, academic chair at Kaplan University and who serves on the climate change delegation in the United Nations.So how many people will ultimately have to leave if this drought continues for many years?
“Civilizations in the past have had to migrate out of areas of drought,” Wilson said. “We may have to migrate people out of California.”
Wilson added that before that would happen, every option such as importing water to the state would likely occur— but “migration can’t be taken off the table.”
And where will they go?