America 2050 is basically the plan of development for the United States of America for the first half of the 21st century by America2050.org and is coincidentally similar to other Ford and Rockefeller Foundation funded plans such as Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030. All of these plans promote moving people off the land into dense urban areas through social- economic or “other” means, as is well understood by the bureaucrats. This plan is incredibly detailed and even goes to the county level. Many have discussed the overview of this ongoing program but lets take a closer look and possibly understand what the future holds for property rights disputes like the one currently happening near Burns, Oregon.
Included in the maps and research on the organization’s website is a section on underperforming counties and areas. It is, once again, very similar to the Biodiversity Corridor maps of areas to be cleared of humans and Harney and Grant counties are targeted specifically as underperforming counties out of all of Oregon.
Underperforming counties or “white spaces” are a nice term for an area that needs to be cleared of people because its population does not lay within a mega region zone and therefore it makes no sense to keep funding infrastructure for human habitation. These areas are to be set aside as wildlife corridors or used to extract resources by international corporations such as Uranium One , in this particular case. Multinational corporations will establish huge resource extraction operations far from the preying eyes of the public. Of course it is couched in nice terms and mundane language to save the environment, combat climate change or whatever is convenient at the time.