Legacy to the Amereican People!
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Legacy to the American people:
This is getting deep, and dangerous:
In 1954. the US Congress passed the Saltonstall-Kennedy Act, a multi-million dollar superfund created to promote and market domestic seafood. In 2010, the Department of Commerce, (NOAA is now under the Dept. of Commerce,) received $113,400,000 from the Department of Agriculture. As mandated by law Commerce was obliged to spend at least 60% of this sum, $68,000,000 on "fishing industry projects." Ever wonder where monies for the promotion, implementation, of shares/separation comes from? In addition to organizations such as EDF, PEW, PACKARD FOUNDATION, etc. NOAA shifted $104,600,000 into operations. It takes a great deal of money to push (buy) shares/separation on the American peoples. Only $8,000,000 was distributed through competitive grants to congressionally mandated fishing projects. NOAA has been reallocating funds from research into administration of the catch shares programs, this means less money for stock assessments. NOAA, Lubchenco at work.
Dr, Jane (catch shares) Lubchenco is now head of NOAA. Dear Jane has a long history of interactions, money received, from the so called, "Environmental" groups.
PEW FELLOW: $150,000
MOORE FOUNDATION: (and PEW Oceans Commission member) $5,500,000
ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENCE FOUNDATION (EDF) Vice-chair: $10,400,000
GORDON & BETTY MOORE FOUNDATION: $13,700,000
The list goes on & on. Lubchenco took many of her associates, backers, with her. To name just a few:
Monica Medina, former Senior Officer, PEW Environmental Group
Justin Kennedy, former Senior Public Affairs Officer at PEW Trust and Director of Communications for the PEW Commission
Lois Schiffer, former Vice President for Public Policy at the national Audubon Society
Clearly, Lubchenco has surrounded herself with so called, "Environmentalist."
Catch shares, the Government sponsored privatization of a National Resource, a billion dollar take-over of what was once our fishery, our heritage, is Lubchenco's legacy to PEW, EDF, etc. Her legacy to the American people, buy a share to catch & keep a fish. Simply put...No share, No fish! Catch Shares...fishing for only the rich.
(Thanks to Steven L. Rebuck & Captain James Wisner for contributing information used in this report) We need more men like them. Like them and our own Captain Buddy, MotherOcean Charters: "A good place to learn about what is really going on is check out the Gloucester Times. They have a writer that stays on top of what is going on and writes articles almost daily on these issues. What is very interesting is how the towns of Gloucester and New Bedford are the leaders in a law suit to stop catch shares. Wonder why two cities would back stopping catch shares if they did not know what a bad impact it will have on them?" Captain Buddy
Bob Harbison, Florida Native Life-long Recreational Fisherman