The information contained herein is important because it affects each and every one of us in this region directly – Mammoth Cave National Park has already become a protected “U.N. Biosphere” which some may argue is good because it protects the area…forever at the discretion of the UN Government to decide what to use it for. I will argue that they just gave our land away.
It is up to “US”, the people, to keep and maintain these parks which we must do through taxation or other means.
We do not need a “UN Biosphere” to protect the park from “us”, the people.
To the framers of the U.S. Constitution, property was as sacred as life and liberty. The inalienable right to own — and control the use of — private property is perhaps the single most important principle responsible for the growth and prosperity of America. It is a right that is being systematically eroded.
Private ownership of land is not compatible with socialism, communism, or with global governance as described by the United Nations. Stalin, Hitler, Castro, Mao – all took steps to forcefully nationalize the land as an essential first step toward controlling their citizens. The UN, without the use of military force, is attempting to achieve the same result.
The land policy of the United Nations was first officially articulated at the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat I), held in Vancouver, May 31 – June 11, 1976. Agenda Item 10 of the Conference Report sets forth the UN’s official policy on land. The Preamble says: