Executive Order Regarding the Ocean Policy to Advance the Economic, Security, and Environmental Interests of the United States
Land & Agriculture
Issued on: June 19, 2018
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It’s about time the red tape and corrupt political corporate favoritism ends. President Trump’s Executive Order eliminates duplicative federal bureaucracy that has tied the hands of the people and padded politician pockets with bribes from big industry like Monsanto. Discoveries on how that was done can be seen in the recent Jury Trial showing how Monsanto had been in bed with the EPA for years. Discoveries proved the EPA had knowingly allowed Monsanto to lie to consumers and government agencies with falsified documentations that stated Round Up weed killer is safe, when in fact it contains carcinogens that cause cancer.
Trump’s executive order, titled “Ocean Policy to Advance the Economic, Security, and Environmental Interests of the United States,” noted how important and “foundational” the oceans, coasts and lakes of America are to the “economy, security, global competitiveness, and well-being of the United States.” Ocean industries employ millions of Americans and support a strong national economy.
THE Executive Order lets us know that our Armed Forces protect our national interests in the ocean and along the Nation’s coasts. Goods and materials that support our economy and quality of life flow through maritime commerce. President Trump was clear that clean water is a must and not a bio diversified object up for grabs. It is a national interest and protected by our Armed Forces. Yes!!
Some of the concerns the executive order states:
1. Our fisheries resources help feed the Nation and present tremendous export opportunities.
2. Clean, healthy waters support fishing, boating, and other recreational opportunities for all Americans,”
3. It recognizes the need to protect those assets and benefits,
4. The order called for more public access to “marine data and information,”
5. More public access to the science and technology community,
6. More public access to other ocean stakeholders”
7. Achieving these things by way of “regional ocean partnerships.”
This puts an end to the radical environmentalist progressive programs and leads the way to people, states, and federal government actually coordinating for the betterment of our National waterways and ends heavy regulations.
It allows for policy options more in tune with economic and environmental protection and curbs big industry lobbyist power to bribe politicians to get what they want.
Under the old Obama executive order, it was all about turning over our country to a world dominating government and not about what is good for those who live, work, and enjoy the coasts within our country.
Our waterways have been under attack by junk science climate change and sustainable development bio diversity groups; some by good intention like saving our marshlands and creatures that dwell there, while others were designed to choke and destroy economies and citizens who live and earn their incomes from our waters. There has to be a coordinated stewardship balance, not a narrow save one thing and to heck with the rest approach.
If this committee actually functions collectively to better manage and sustain our waterway environments then that will be a great thing. Hold big industry accountable and find real solutions to cleaning up the toxic messes and restoring balance to ruined echo systems. Hopefully we still have time to find a way to clean up the gulf of it’s toxic flesh eating bacteria introduced to the echo system by Corexit. We must turn this around. The sea life is dying daily and has been since 2010 when the BP oil spill dumped Corexit to eat up the oil and send it to the bottom of the gulf. Well, it’s back. and some body has got to address it and do what it takes to clean it up.
This executive order brings everyone to the round table for a sensible look at what needs to be done and the funding to do it.
It also allows the Nation improved public access to marine data and information, efficient interagency coordination on ocean-related matters, and engagement with marine industries, the science and technology community, and other ocean stakeholders. To advance these national interests, this order recognizes and supports Federal participation in regional ocean partnerships, to the extent appropriate and consistent with national security interests and statutory authorities.
In a nut shell, TRUMP HAS BY PASSED THE DO NOTHING STATES AND WENT RIGHT TO THE SOURCE OF THE PROBLEM AND IS GOING TO ADDRESS THE MESS IN THE GULF! The red tape is gone. Now we can look at getting things done ahead of schedule and under budget. Address the real issues and hold big industry and our elected servants accountable!