Many Americans have recently become outraged at the Cap and Trade bill. Global warming has been proven to be a lie. But what no one has talked about yet is how organizations that are heavily supported by the patriot community are supporting the agendas just listed and more.
Are you opposed to the Cap and Trade?
Are you pro-life?
Do you support the Second Amendment?
Do you oppose those that are promoting a global warming lie?
Do you oppose the real ID act? (which was designed by the DHS)
Do you oppose the NWO plan of Depopulation?
Then you must oppose Numbers USA, and all organizations that support and back Numbers USA. Why? Because Numbers USA has on their board of advisors individuals that support all of the above. In an attempt to hide it from the public Numbers USA has recently removed the information of the board of advisors from their website just day before the Cap and Trade bill passed in the House.
It’s not enough for numbers USA just to oppose illegal immigration which I also oppose personally.But when Numbers USA is working directly with and have on their board of advisors individuals that are promoting agendas that are contrary to our freedom promising security at the expense of our liberty it is time to put the brakes on.
Some of the organizations represented on the board of advisors are the Sierra Club the most radical environmental extremist group which was founded with a belief of depopulation,also the founder of Earth Day (Lenin’s birthday) and not to mention numbers USA’s connection to John Tanton who supports abortion (he founded Planned Parenthood in Michigan) Google John Tanton and see for yourself from his own credentials. I encourage anyone reading this to search the Internet and see what the agenda of the Sierra Club is and what Earth Day is all about.
The bottom line is this America if you oppose CAP and Trade then you must withdraw your support from Numbers USA. For all those that want to continue to support Numbers USA you cannot say that you oppose the agendas of radical environmentalists. Nor can you say you support liberty for those that want to embrace the promise of security at the expense of our liberty all I can say is this you don’t deserve any security you damn sure don’t deserve any liberty. Not my words but the words of Benjamin Franklin.
I ultimately challenge Roy Beck of Numbers USA to publicly dispute this any time anywhere. I also want to challenge Frosty Wooldridge for his support the global warming lie and the REAL ID ACT. Check out on the net all that I stated and you will see that I have not erred in one statement Frosty Wooldridge is a strong supporter of the global warming agenda. Here is just one quote by him
“You may argue, rant and become indignant about whether or not global warming manifests across the globe, but it won’t do you any good if what the scientists tell us, is, in fact, true.”
Listed below is the information of the board of advisors from Number USA. Research and check out the background and agendas of the organizations and individuals listed below and you decide if this is what you support or don’t support you may be shocked at what you learn.
See the proof of the Board of Advisors on Numbers USA which they removed off of their website just days before the vote in the House on Cap and Trade.
Note this is a screen shot of what they dont want you no longer see.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
U.S. Bureau of the Census
Vernon Briggs, Jr., labor economist, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University: Mass Immigration and the National Interest (N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1992).
Leon Bouvier, Ph.D., Scheuer Committee; Select Commission on Immigration Policy and the National Interest
Lindsay Grant, Ph.D., Global 2000 Report to the President
Analysis of Sprawl
Urban Planning Oversight
Earl M. Starnes, Ph.D., professor emeritus, urban and regional planning, University of Florida
Eben Fodor, Urban planning consultant, Eugene (OR); author, Better not Bigger: How to Take Control of Urban Growth and Improve Your Community
Gabor Zovanyi, Ph.D, professor of urban planning, Eastern Washington University Robert Seamanassociate professor of environmental science, New England College; executive committee, American Society of Civil Engineers’ Urban and Development Division
Ruth Steiner, Ph.D., professor of urban and regional planning, University of Florida
Alan J. Truelove, Ph.D., statistician, retired professor, University of the District of Columbia
Ben Zuckerman, Ph.D., professor of physics and astronomy, UCLA; member, UCLA Institute of the Environment
David Simcox, director, Migration Demographics
Dick Schneider, chair, Sierra Club Northern California Regional Sustainability Task Force
Leon Bouvier, Ph.D., demographer, Old Dominion University (VA)
Mark C. Thies, Ph.D., P.E., professor of chemical engineering, Clemson University
Marshall Cohen, Ph.D., professor emeritus of astronomy, California Institute of Technology
Paul Nachman, Ph.D., physicist
Scott Briles, Ph.D., engineer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of California
Steven A. Camarota, Ph.D., public policy analyst
William E. Murray, Jr., Ph.D., physicist
Michael J. Mueller, Ph.D., natural resource economist
Environmental and General Oversight
Albert Bartlett, Ph.D., professor emeritus of physics, University of Colorado
Betty B. Davis, Ph.D., psychologist
Bill Smith, Ph.D., dean, College of Global Economics, EarthNet Institute
Craig Diamond, adjunct faculty, environmental studies, Florida State University; technical advisor to the Sierra Club carrying capacity campaign
David Pimentel, Ph.D., professor of ecology and agricultural sciences, Cornell University
Diana Hull, Ph.D., behavioral scientist, retired, Baylor College of Medicine
Edward G. Di Bella, adjunct faculty, Grossmont Community College (CA); president, Friends of Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve
George Wolford, Ph.D., president, EarthNet Institute
Herbert Berry, Ph.D., retired associate professor of computer information systems, Morehead State University (KY)
James G. McDonald, attorney, civil engineer
Jeffrey Jacobs, Ph.D., National Academy of Sciences
John Bermingham, former Colorado state senator
John Rohe, attorney; board, Conservation News Service
Linda Thom, retired government budget analyst, Santa Barbara County (CA)
Michael Hanauer, member, Vision 2020, growth management project of Lexington, (MA)
Ross McCluney, Ph.D., principal research scientist, Florida Solar Energy Center, University of Central Florida
Steve Miller, former Las Vegas councilman, Clark County (NV) Regional Transportation Commissioner
Stuart Hurlbert, Ph.D., professor of biology, San Diego State University
Terry Paulson, Mayor Pro-tem, Aspen (CO) City Council
Tom Reitter, Livermore (CA) City Council
* Affiliations listed for identification purposes only.
Most economics information on this website either is taken directly from government data, has been analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies (a Washington-based think tank), was edited by W.W. Norton & Company (the prestigious New York publisher), or was reviewed by labor economist Vernon Briggs of Cornell University. In most cases, citations are provided to allow you to do your own checking.
Contributing, reviewing or endorsing various parts of the website that deal with the role of U.S. population growth and environmental issues are:
Leon Kolankiewicz is a national environmental/natural resource planner and a former planner with the Orange County (CA) Environmental Management Agency. He has a B.S. in forestry and wildlife management from Virginia Tech and an M.S. in environmental planning and natural resources management from the University of British Columbia. He has worked as an environmental professional for more than two decades, including stints with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, University of Washington, University of New Mexico, and as a national parks technical advisor with the Peace Corps in Central America. He has written more than 70 articles and reports and is the author of Where the Salmon Come to Die: An Autumn on Alaska’s Raincoast (Boulder, Colorado: Pruett, 1993).
Douglas La Follette is Secretary of State of Wisconsin. He organized the first Earth Day in Wisconsin and is a former National Board Member of Friends of the Earth and a former professor of chemistry and ecology.
Gaylord Nelson is a former Wisconsin State Senator, Governor, and U.S. Senator (1948-81). He is the founder of Earth Day and is currently Counselor to The Wilderness Society.
Stuart Hurlbert, Ph.D., professor of Biology, San Diego State University; Director,Center for Inland Waters