About Ron Ewart
Ron Ewart, President, National Association of Rural
Landowners, an organization dedicated to re-establish, preserve, protect and
defend property rights. He maintains a website
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February 27, 2010
There is a common phrase and is relevant to so many different situations:
follow the money.
Take for example the man-caused global warming fiasco, or as we call it, the g/w
scam? It has been reported that the federal government issues grants for
so-called scientific climate research, to the tune of around $4 Billion a year.
We say "so-called" scientific climate research, because it isn't science at all.
This kind of "science" starts with an "outcome", that man is causing global
warming and then "fudges", "fiddles" and "manipulates" the data to support the
outcome. It's called Made-As-Instructed science. It isn't real science, but that
is where the money is going. Because you see, those in power exploit the
doctored science and use the "outcome" to make policy and to "lie" to the public
by telling them that the science and the outcome are sound and the policy is
absolutely necessary. "It's a dire emergency, you know."
Another case is the whole environmental movement itself, as promoted by national
and international entities for the purpose of making global policy to implement
the goals of third world social justice. (See Agenda 21) The international
community, through the United Nations, (to which the U. S. Government is a
willing partner) use radical environmental protection legislation and your
guilty conscience, to facilitate the transfer of wealth and resources from the
wealthy nations to the poorer nations, using the over-emphasized lie that man is
"killing" the planet and must be reined in by global governance. The U. S.
Constitution and American sovereignty are impediments to the global will and
must be abolished, no matter how many Americans may spout freedom and
So once again we say, "Follow the Money". National and international
environmental groups are fully supported with billions of your tax dollars,
which they use to lobby governments in pursuit of their radical agendas and they
use for attorney's fees in court cases, with the sole purpose of making law
(their law) by court decree, rather than by legislation. On top of government
handouts to environmental groups, duped philanthropic organizations pour
millions upon millions more dollars into environmental endeavors.
And boy has it worked. Environmental groups have been infamously successful and
they have become filthy rich and powerful in the process. But their success has
come at a great cost for the rest of us in lost freedoms and liberty, but
especially the loss of constitutionally protected property rights.
This link goes to a YouTube video entitled "Going for the Green", prepared
by Henry Lamb of Sovereignty International, a conservative group, on just where
the money is going, how much these environmental groups earn in court
settlements (which the taxpayers must pay) and how much these groups are worth
in assets. If this information doesn't make you furious, you need your batteries
While freedom groups struggle to keep the lights on, environmental and social
groups are literally "rolling in the doe", all the while being fully supported
with your tax dollars, from an all-too-willing and complicit U. S. government
and a totally naive, brainwashed and highly emotional public, who are conned by
images of polar bears swimming in open waters, instead of walking on the ice
The inescapable axiom is that money is power and "them's with the gold, rule".
It's a high-stakes poker game and if you can't "pay", you don't get to "play". A
freedom group without money is impotent. Oh yes, a freedom group can make a
noise, but it will be like yelling into a deep canyon and the only sound it
will hear, is its own echo.
So here's the reality. If freedom groups want to get in this high-stakes
poker game and "play", they had better start getting sympathetic members to dig
deep into their wallets and they had better get sympathetic corporate and
philanthropic entities to fork over some of their profits or endowment funds, or
these groups might as well fold up their tents and all go fishing, because
freedom is lost.
However, if freedom is to be preserved without having to resort to revolution,
there are only three (3) peaceful ways to accomplish it. At the ballot
box, incessant lobbying, or using the courts, just as our "enemy" does. The
ballot box is relatively painless. It only requires we be of one mind and
willing to take the time to vote. But successful lobbying and the prosecution of
constitutional principles in the courts, require bank vaults full of money to be
Our organization, like so many others, is ready, willing and able to step into
the "ring" and confront the perpetrators. We have the skill, the experience, the
knowledge and the passion. But without the money, we are just yelling into a
deep canyon and all we can hear...is our own pitiful echo.
The same is true for the Tea Party Movement, no matter how big they get. They
can make all the noise they want, but without the money and gobs of it, along
with an effective way to spend it, no one will take them seriously. The truth
is, the Freedom Movement is being out spent, out legislated and out "lawyered"
and the other side is thumbing their collective noses at them, because they know
freedom groups don't have the necessary "table stakes" to get in the game.
The solution to the money problem is blatantly obvious. If the 58,000,000 people
that voted conservative in the 2008 election, donated just $10.00 per month to a
freedom group, ($120 per year) that freedom group would have just shy of $7
Billion at the end of the year. But say instead of just one freedom group, the
same amount was spread out to 100 freedom groups. Each group would have
$70,000,000 at the end of the year, year in and year out. Can you imagine how
many constitutional lawsuits one freedom group could file with $70,000,000? Even
at a thousand freedom groups, each group would have $7,000,000 to spend on
defending freedom. Hopefully, you get the picture.
If we truly want to preserve freedom without bloodshed, then we must be willing
to overwhelm the legislators, at all levels, and we must be willing to overwhelm
the courts. Until the money starts flowing into the freedom movement's coffers,
we are left out in the cold, without any clothes. If you want to put on some
clothes and get "warm", you'll have to join an environmental group. That is
where the "game" is being played and they are playing it to the hilt.
The old adage
that, "you get what you pay for", is even more relevant when it comes to