Regional water planning, it turns out, is the first step toward One World Government:
The Integrated Regional Water Management Plan may sound harmless, but it is part of this “regionalization” program. Control of water on rural lands will transfer from landowners to government control agents or “water masters,” who will begin their work imposing limits on individual water use (20 percent by 2020). If you control the water, you control the people.
Be very afraid:
Many rural areas are being “cleansed” of people using the regionalization process.
Chapter 8.5 of Agenda 21. Look it up. (Oh wait. I did look it up. It doesn’t say that. But never mind. Very afraid! Other!)