In the fifth part of his exclusive interview with the Daily Caller, talk radio host Lars Larson discussed the issues of government overreach on a local level and how it actually impacts the lives of people.
Larson is a resident of the Pacific Northwest, where logging has always been a vital part of the local economy. He criticized the implementation of Agenda 21 — the non-binding action plan put together by the United Nations regarding sustainable development.
“Local governments in the Pacific Northwest where I live will say. ‘We need to buy these lands and preserve them.’ In many cases they are telling the public ‘We need hundreds of millions of dollars … to buy land, that is then going to be maintained at your expense, and owned by you, but you won’t be allowed on it, not even to take a walk with your dog or to look at the birds.’ It is literally denied to people. Because ‘we need to follow the UN’s agenda for reclaiming the Earth from humanity.'”
You can also catch up with any of the earlier parts of Larson’s interview you may have missed: