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Monday, November 21, 2011

Open Letter to Senator Bill Nelson and Mr. Adam Putnam

by Geoff Ross

Time for you both to resign your posts for failing to protect the sovereignty of the State of Florida.

Dear Patriots,

Land across this United States of America including the State of Florida is slowly being sold out to the United Nations. This has created a major sovereignty and Constitutional issue. This is an issue that is also supported by elected officials who have been entrusted with protecting our nation and our Constitution.

One of our Senators in Florida, Mr. Bill Nelson, is actively involved in trying to buy private land, using money borrowed from Communist China and other nations to then put in the hands of the federal government and then ultimately place it under control of the United Nations.

Senator Bill Nelson has joined with the US Department of Agriculture and the US Department of Interior to purchase farm land and ranch land from Florida farmers and ranchers and then sell it to the Federal Government so that they can hand it over to the United Nations for management and control.

Florida has a Commissioner of Agriculture, Adam Putnam, who is tasked by Floridians under the 9th and 10th Amendments of the Constitution to protect our farm land and agricultural industry which is now under attack by Senator Bill Nelson and the Obama Administration.

Adam Putnam is now indirectly supporting a United Nations land grab by Senator Nelson and other Communists in our government.

Mr. Putnam issued his own statement, stating this was, “a model for smart environmental protection.”

On August 11, 2011 Senator Bill Nelson sent out an email to his constituents in which he attached a letter that he apparently sent to Secretary of the US Department of Agriculture and the Communist Ken Salazar, Secretary of the US Department of Interior. In this email, Nelson states:

As we discussed some months ago, conserving land to the north of the Everglades is vitally important to the restoration effort that is finally underway at this World Heritage site. Today’s announcement is another signal that the administration is fully behind restoration of the River of Grass.

Senator Nelson calls the Florida Everglades a “World Heritage site. Translated to mean some Florida land under this designation is now owned and monitored by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

UNESCO has the authority to seize control of these sites if the World Heritage Committee determines intervention is necessary to properly maintain the sites or some “crisis” has occurred that requires intervention.

“Declared a national park on 6 December 1947 under the May 1934 Act of Congress. The park was accepted as a biosphere reserve in 1976, inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1979, and was designated a Ramsar site (Wetland of International Significance) in 1987. The total area of the national park was increased in 1989 from its original size of 566,788ha to its current size.”

Now that the Everglades are monitored, protected, and arguably maintained by the UN, what does this federal grant mean to Floridians?

The Florida Everglades’ boundaries have been established on the World Heritage Center’s description. It was noted in this historical description that its boundaries were expanded in 1989. Now, according to Nelson, these boundaries will be expanded once again by 24,000 acres and turned into “conservation easements” that will be permanently maintained by the UN.

Adam Putnam’s office explained that the farmers and ranchers do not have to sell their land in this grant; they could keep their land. However, if they do not sell, the land it will still become a “conservation easement” maintained by the United Nations.

The farmers will be required to pay property taxes and carry insurance on land that they own but can never use to create revenue.

If the World Heritage Committee does not like the way the farmer or rancher is maintaining his land, Adam Putnam has indirectly given the United Nations his blessing to come dictate land management to a US citizen, and citizen of the state of Florida. THIS IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL and Mr. Putnam needs to resign his position and step down.

Putnam’s aid stated this is a federal program and that Putnam has no control over it, claiming not to know very much about the grant. The Putnam aid suggested that if we wanted to know more or have concerns that we should contact the USDA. I thought it was Putnam’s job to protect Florida from Federal (and international) encroachment. That’s what James Madison intended to be his job under the 9th and 10th Amendments.

Someone please explain to Putnam that Floridians can conserve their own land and water and that the United Nations have ZERO Constitutional authority in this country.

We have a huge sovereignty problem in this country and we are not holding anyone accountable. As of this writing the United Nations controls 21 geographical areas in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Philadelphia, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming. This must stop !

All land owned by the Federal government must be returned back to state control under the 9th and 10th Amendment. This land must then be offered up for sale to the private sector. The federal government should not own any land except for 10 square miles surrounding Washington DC.

We are quickly becoming a government ruled by foreign nations thanks to the Communists in the Senate the Congress and the White House. Florida is just one example.

Call Adam Putnam and tell him to resign his office. He has no concern or respect for Florida’s sovereignty. Call him. (850) 488-3022.


Geoff Ross
Senior Chief Petty Officer USN (Ret.)
Surface Warfare / Air Warfare


Signing off from the Bunker
Long. 36.2541752, Lat. -115.0643921

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