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A book review: Man Swarm and the Killing of Wildlife by Dave Foreman
Part 2: 100 years of human progress caused massive animal extinction rates
Could you do without the grizzly bear, leopard, cougar, deer, elk, hummingbird, Canada goose, fox, prairie dog, bald eagle, trout, whale, sharks and a vast array of the animal kingdom?  Would you like to see them completely disappear because they are not important?
If you do, you may get your wish in the 21st century as humanity continues its onslaught of wilderness habitat around the world.  As the human mob rockets past 7 billion people on its way to 10 billion, all plant and animal life on this planet stands in the cross hairs of extinction.
Long time environmental activist Dave Foreman wrote a penetrating and compelling book: Man Swarm and the Killing of Wildlife. This book cannot be dismissed.  It cannot be ignored.  It cannot be put down once started.  Foreman shows the unraveling the wild world at the hands of humanity.  But he also presents solutions to save the animals and ultimately, human beings.
The legendary environmentalist John Muir said, “When you pick up a rock, you realize that it is hitched to everything else in the universe.”
That means water, soil, air, wind, sun and fire hitch themselves to humans, plants and animals.  Conversely, we hitch ourselves to all living creatures and non-living things on this planet.  We cannot get away from it: we remain a part of the web of life.
Aldo Leopold said, “There are those who can live without wild things and there are those who cannot.”
You have to wonder if all those pill popping and booze guzzling city slickers suffering from concrete below their feet and glass and steel in their eyes daily—wouldn’t find a bit of wilderness a welcome respite to the un-natural settings of the cities where most Americans live in the 21st century.
Muir added, “Tell me what you will of the benefactions of city civilization, of the sweet security of streets—all as part of the natural up-growth of man towards the high destiny we hear so much of.  I know that our bodies were made to thrive only in pure air, and the scenes in which pure air is found. If the death exhalations that brood the broad towns in which we so fondly compact ourselves were made visible, we should flee as from a plague. All are more or less sick; there is not a perfectly sane man in all of San Francisco.”  September 1874.
You can imagine the compounding of the emotional, spiritual and mental sicknesses going on in our major cities today where everyone suffers compacted living, projects, gridlock, overcrowded schools and highly stressed people in every sector of life?
Foreman exposes all the factors that humans face as we continue to grow our numbers.  “More of our kind means fewer wild things…a stabilized human population means hope for wild things.  A shrinking human population means a better world for wild things.  And for men and women and children.”
He states that he will educate readers to the population explosion accelerating in the United States and worldwide.  He wants you to understand that it is the main driver for current extinction rates off the charts. He exposes cornucopians who advocate for endless human population growth. Finally, he offers solutions.
But we better get to them fast!  Eminent Harvard biologist Dr. E.O. Wilson said, “By the end of the century half of all species will be extinct. Does that matter?”
You better understand that it does.  Wilson also said, “If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago. If insects were to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos.”
The artist Schimmel said, “With a planet full of beings such as ourselves, even the stars aren’t safe.”
Foreman said, “Today’s “Six Extinction Session” has a living scythe with which to mow down life on Earth.  One species. Homo sapiens. Us. Man.”
The human race broke out of the “Circle of Life” to become the most destructive species ever encountered on the planet.  No other creature has created 80,000 chemical poisons that undermine all forms of life.
No other species has changed the “ph” of the oceans in so short a time. No other creature has scavenged the resources in a blind lust for things. 
Can the planet balance our poisons to continue supporting all life? 
Foreman issues the famous I=PAT equation.  “The impact of any human group on the environment can be usefully viewed as the product of three different factors.  “P” is for population.  “A” stands for affluence or usage of resources. “T” stands technologies disrupting the natural work of nature.
“Unlike most books that have warned of overpopulation,” said Foreman. “I will spend little time on tales about coming starvation, breakdown of civilization, running out of oil and wars over dwindling raw goods.  I will center on the most dreadful and unforgivable outcome of Man’s population explosion and that is what we are doing to our fellow Earthlings.”
If you feel like taking action, you may forward this review to the following media outlets. Ask radio, TV and print people to address America’s overpopulation predicament.  If thousands of readers take action over the Internet, we could drive this issue to the front of the presidential debates:
America's Newsroom w/ Bill and Martha AmericasNewsRoom@foxnews.com , Bulls and Bears  BullsandBears@foxnews.com , Cashin' In cash@foxnews.com ,  Cavuto on Business cavuto@foxnews.com Forbes on FOX  forbes@foxnews.com , FOX & Friends friends@foxnews.com , FOX News Sunday fns@foxnews.com , FOX News Watch  newswatch@foxnews.com , FOX Report w/ Shepard Smith foxreport@foxnews.com , Hannity seanhannity@foxnews.com  Happening Now Jon Scott & Jenna Lee happeningnow@foxnews.com Huckabee , huckmail@foxnews.com , The Journal Editorial Report jer@foxnews.com On the Record w/ Greta Van Susteren ontherecord@foxnews.com  ,  Red Eye w/ Greg Gut feldredeye@foxnews.com   Special Report w/ Bret Baier special@foxnews.com , Studio B w/, The O'Reilly Factor Oreilly@foxnews.com , Your World w/ Neil Cavuto cavuto@foxnews.com
Part 3: Eating up habitat, poisoning oceans, killing trees
Man Swarm and the Killing of Wildlife by Dave Foreman
Price: $20.00
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Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents - from the Arctic to the South Pole - as well as eight times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border. In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece. In 2012, he cycled coast to coast across America.  He presents "The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it" to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges. He works to bring about sensible world population balance.  He is the author of How to Live a Life of Adventure: The Art of Exploring the World, www.HowToLiveALifeOfAdventure.comCopies available: 1 888 280 7715

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Comment by Alice Smith
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 Agenda 21: Global Marxism In Disguise


Agenda 21, also known as "sustainable development, " is a United Nations program that should concern every American. It is a direct threat to your freedom, liberty, and property rights. The main problem with this program is that it’s so far under the radar that most have never heard of it. That needs to change.

Agenda 21 has its origins in the 1970s. It was originally described as a plan to save the world — it is anything but. Several socialist activists came together in 1992 at the Rio Earth Summit, producing various plans. This included Agenda 21, the innocuously named 40-part United Nations plan to help promote global "sustainable development."

Comment by Alice Smith
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 If anyone reading this wants to go to the links I posted in my previous comment, please just copy and paste the link into your browser.  I didn't do something write with inserting a link into my comment.

Comment by Alice Smith
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 If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's pretty easy to see it's a duck.  Yes, Frosty, you are promoting all the Agenda 21 goals.  What in the world do you think the Wildlands.org is all about?  Close to 20 years ago, I studied those wildlands maps, (sent off for them).  Henry Lamb wrote quite a bit about it over the years.

Here's some quotes for you:

Introduction to This Section
By Jackie Patru
"The Rewilding Project is brought to us from the United Nations. A relevant tentacle of Agenda 21, the Rewilding Project is designed to restore a major portion of the planet to its 'original' state before man came along and messed it all up."

Mission of the Wildlands Project
"We are ambitious: we live for the day when ... humans dwell with respect, harmony, and affection for the land; when we come to live no longer as conquerors but as respectful citizens in the land community ... Wilderness means extensive roadless areas—vast, self-regulated landscapes—free of mechanized human use and the sounds and constructions of modern civilization..."

For Wildlife with Wanderlust, Their Own Highway
New York Times | December 2, 2004
"A corridor of the wild through the high country of North America - Yellowstone to Yukon - has long been a dream of environmentalists and biologists like Mr. Neudecker, who say that grizzly bears, elk, wolves and other four-legged commuters need help in looking for mates or new habitats. The great national parks of the West, they say, are becoming genetically isolated islands, cut off by development, urbanization and their ever-present iconic symbol, the barbed-wire fence."

Room to Roam: Big, Wild, Connected
"Step by step, piece by piece, the Wildlands Project is coming to fruition. The Project, foundational to the U.N.Biodiversity Treaty which was never ratified by the U.S. Senate, calls for approximately 50 percent of the United States to be set aside as "wildlands", where no human can enter."

http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/rewilding/">link text

Rewilding Network—Saving Globe Through Big Wilderness: Another UN Agenda 21 Hoax  http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/48568">link text

Agenda 21: Property Rights and Rewilding

http://thebrennerbrief.com/2012/12/12/agenda-21-property-rights-and-rewilding/">link text

The Brenner Brief reported on Agenda 21 on Monday, explaining the basics of the United Nations program. Agenda 21, also known as "Sustainable Development," is the action plan to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all information, all energy, and all human beings in the world. It was signed onto in 1992 by President George H.W. Bush along with 178 other world leaders.

Comment by Frosty Wooldridge
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Alice, you make assumptions that simply are not true.  In fact, totally false. I do not advocate or support Agenda 21. Period!  You will never find anything I have ever written that supports Agenda 21. I DO support birth control and family planning. I am not a conservative, but I am a thinker and a doer.  If you're going make assumptions and call me names that don't fit, you need to read, understand and get your facts straight. I am not in favor of Agenda 21.  Thank you, FW


Comment by PureTrust
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Frosty, you sly son.

Back in the '50s. three guys happened to stop at a motel at exactly the same time. They asked the clerk for a room. The clerk told them that there was only one room left in the whole motel. But they could share it if they wanted.

The guys talked it over and said they would share it. The clerk charged them $10 each for a total of $30, and sent them up to their room.

Later, the clerk felt guilty for charging the guys so much (remember, it's the '50s). He gave the bellboy $5 to refund the guys.

On his way up to the room, the bellboy was agonizing over how he would divide $5 evenly among three guys. A thought hit him. He would keep $2 as a tip, and give the guys each $1 back. That's exactly what he did.

Since the guys each got a dollar back, that means they only paid $9 each for the room. Three times $9 is $27, plus the $2 that the bellboy kept is $29. What happened to the thirtieth dollar?


You tricky fellow, Frosty. first you tell us about a bunch of problems that we seem to be having, or will have in the near future. Then, once you have our focus centered on the problems, you sneakily blame the problems on the people. The fact is, the very Government that you would give power to for correcting the problems, is the one that is the basis of the whole problem.

Get Government and Big Business out of the lives of the people. Get Big Oil and plastic out of our lives, and all these problems will go away. It ain't the people. It's Government and Big Business selling the people on all kinds of stuff they really don't need. And then it is jokers like you who try to blame the people.

Comment by Alice Smith
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Frosty, you're nothing but an Agenda 21 shill. For anyone reading this article, FWIW, I quit reading Frosty Wooldridge stuff a long time ago being I saw he didn't have a problem with the whole population reduction thing. (funny how those that support this don't line up to be first in reducing the population?)  Ahhh, but those that support this internally believe they're part of the elite that the world needs.... how delusional.  In this piece, Frosty removes all doubt he's on the Agenda 21 bandwagon.  Anyone who has studied Agenda 21 knows full well it's all about world communism, world domination, population reduction for all us useless eaters on the planet, and, last, but not least, stealing the individual wealth and property.

I guess what puzzles me the most is why so called alternative press, that's based upon freedom, continue to publish this guy's promotion of global control of the planet?