Executive Orders and the Federal Government
"Does The New ‘White House Rural Council’ = UN’s Agenda 21?" & "Texas Mayor Officially Cancels Agenda 21 Membership".
Date: 7/1/2011 4:50:55 PM ( 32 mon ) ... viewed 869 times
Executive orders (EO) are official documents ... through which the President of the United States manages the operations of the Federal Government.
There are limits implied in this definition of EOs.
You can read the most previous blog at this location:
for additional information in understanding that “The White House Rural Council” EO (that President Obama signed on June 9, 2011) can only apply on a Federal level and in Federal areas. Federal areas primarily include Washington, DC and the territories owned by the United States. There may be federal lands and or property within the states but they have boundaries to them!
Read this article to get an overview of this EO:
Realize that we the American people need to understand the limits of anything "Federal" and that "Federal" is essentially foreign to the American people who are living in the several states (not Federal "States" aka territories).
Do you live in a Federal Territory? If not then how can an executive order pertain to your community and/or your county? Think about this! Did the Constitution not say that "The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion ..."? Do you know what a "Republican Form of Government" is? Having that understanding is crucial now! In any case I can tell you that your "Republican Form of Government" does not in any way include a foreign government like the United Nations or "Executive Orders" that exclusively pertain to the Federal Government!
Related Update - March 19, 2012;
"Texas Mayor Officially Cancels Agenda 21 Membership"
"The city of Irving, Texas has officially withdrawn its membership from ICLEI -- the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. This NGO was established in 1990 and is the action division of the policies laid out under the UN's Agenda 21 plan -- the globalist initiative to usher in a post-industrial world for the 21st century through the creation of local laws and requirements for city planning that essentially erase personal property rights and even steal land under a 'sustainable' umbrella.":
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