Socialism no Longer on the Frontier

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Many refuse to believe Socialism is as close to America, something it was not founded on, as it is. We may start to see socialism initiated by the election this fall. The ominous harbinger—the outgoing of Senator Christopher Dodd (D/Ct).

Called the Livable Communities Act (SB1619) was brought by Dodd, and will fulfill The Green Agenda – Agenda 21, adopted at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro (1992), creating a ‘new world order’. SB1619 has just been approved by the Senate Banking Committee, and is on the fast track to passage in the Senate. The thought is this legislation must be passed before a Republican takeover in November.

Few realize this, but the unscrupulous Nazi regime based on anti-Semitic laws, actually followed the highway of modern environmentalism through Nazi Germany, as described in the Mark Musser book Nazi Oaks Book Review.

The UN’s Agenda 21 Sustainable Development program is the blueprint for depopulation. It uses the environment, and specifically anthropogenic global warming by CO2, as the driving force. It lacks the vision to see population begin to decline in an irreversible spiral by the year 2050 [].

“Nazi Dreams were Green Dreams” by Alan Caruba describes the frightening aspects of SB1619’s environmental edicts. He claims that the single greatest threat to America is the EPA’s ability to regulate CO2 by officially calling it a ‘pollutant’. They conveniently forget that all life on earth is totally dependent on O2 (animals), and CO2 (plants).

With that kind of control, the EPA will control the use of electricity, vehicles, and all other machines that produce CO2. When the EPA controls CO2 production, the government controls it. If the government controls it, then the government decides what machine will operate, hence a government controlled state, hence pure socialism.

In Climate during the Carboniferous Period (check time period in chart), compared to former geologic times, our present atmosphere is CO2-bankrupt. Looking at the last 600 million years of Earth’s history, the Carboniferous Period and our present age, the Quaternary Period, has levels less than 400 ppm CO2.

From a historical comparison, there has been much more CO2 in our atmosphere than exists today. During the Jurassic Period (200 million years ago), average CO2 concentrations were ~1800 ppm, or ~ 4.7x higher than today. The highest concentrations during all of the Paleozoic Era transpired during the Cambrian Period, was nearly 7000 ppm, or ~18x higher than today.

As history has proved, CO2 concentration has actually followed any rise in temperature by several hundred years, as stated by the above column. Meaning CO2 production is actually a result of rising temperatures. Not the other way around.

But die-hard global-warmers are likely to ignore 100,000-year temperature cycles, and refuse to believe they could ever be wrong. If they admit to this, most of what they believe is likely in error as well.

SB1619, being a Social Engineering bill, will begin to alter your living habits. It will restrict residence in the rural areas and suburbs. It will force Americans into living in a congested area such as high rise buildings. These communities will likely have housing on the upper floors, and stores on the bottom.
A high-rise community is a perfect opportunity for federal control: 1) control of environmental aspects as heating and cooling your home, 2) control of zoning and local communities, 3) control of mass transit as ‘utopian communities’, 4) force you to spend thousands to keep your dwelling in compliance with regulations, and 5) drive up the cost of gasoline to limit, or eliminate, driving your car at all. All of this is documented by the non-profit American Policy Center.

The cost for S. 1619, Livable Communities Act of 2010, is estimated by the CBO over the 2011-2015 period to be $1.95 billion, and about $0.9 billion after 2015. That’s not counting the billions it would take to become a totally socialist country by 2015.

Last chance to call your two senators who will soon vote for/against SB1619. And it seems to all come down to this seemingly innocuous bill… ————————————————————————————————————
Kevin Roeten can be reached at

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