www.humanevents.com – April 23, 2012
“…Perhaps horseback riding is more your speed and the family plans to ride through California’s Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Parks? Sorry, but all of the permits were pulled for those activities this summer.
“Or maybe you just want to lounge on the soft sands of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and read a novel, fly a kite with the kids, toss a Frisbee to the dog, and watch dad catch some fish?
“No, no, no and no…
“‘Leave no footprints behind. Walk in water where footprints wash away,’ read the signs posted in February by federal officials…”
“Losing the permits means that at least 15 companies that provided horseback rides are out of work this summer, along with an estimated 500 employees….”
Mostly because of ignorance, nobody acknowledges, except some of those commenting on the article, that this appears to be a part of UN Agenda 21 NGO strategy to close off wilderness areas to human activity.
Agenda 21 was a treaty signed in the early 90’s that the public doesn’t know about, because most “journalists”, “educators” and politicians don’t tell them. It’s supported by both major parties.