The council found that dogfish meets the "global standard for
> sustainable fisheries, which includes healthy fish stocks, minimal ecosystem
> impacts, and an effective fisheries-management system," and is "managed
> within the precautionary framework" of the federal fisheries department.
Sounds good but...
100% managed as per Agenda 21.
I don't necessarily think it's a good thing to be giddy about getting the blessings from your executioner allowing you to exist for the time being after they have done away with most of the others and have frog marched you up on the gallows.
Agenda 21 is the Plan for the 21st century to manage ALL human activity along the lines of Marxist/Socialist principals. The MSA already conforms to it as per the 1996 Sustainable Fishing Act and changes made in the re-authorizations.
The Precautionary Principal is item 15 of The Rio Declaration in Agenda 21. Dr. William Kenny points to its use as a "primary reason" for the red snapper closure in the SA region.
The American fishing industry has been demolished by being managed as per Agenda 21, Chapter 17 "Global Standards".
Results: industry down by approx. 70%, seafood imports up to 86%, Seafood trade deficit over $10 billion and climbing.
Of course, that was precisely the intent of Agenda 21 in the first place as articulated by the statement made by Maurice Strong, Chair of the UN enviro- conference where Agenda 21 was introduced in 1992 "...isn’t it our responsibility to bring about the collapse of the industrialized countries?"
In view of current economic conditions in Europe and the U.S. I would suppose it is Mr. Strong who is giddy at the success of the Agenda 21 policies that have been steadily implemented since 1993.
Would conditions be better if most of that $10 billion trade deficit were still in OUR economy?
If the American fishing industry is going to survive it will only be after returning it back to being managed by AMERICAN STANDARDS based on the liberty and free market principals that made this the greatest nation on the planet.
Captain Sid Preskitt
USCG Licensed Master
The problem with Councils, to commissions is that they reduce the power of elected officials and therefore make our government somewhat less accountable to voters. There is something undemocratic about entrusting the formation of big policy decisions to expert laymen councils which have not been elected by the people...Gary A. Anderson's Opinion as a Patriot American fighting
It's Just that Simple, Send the Modern Tories Packing!
In-Kind Pol. Adv., for and approved by Gary A. Anderson,
Exploratory Candidate US Senate Fl. 2012
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