By Kevin DeAnna
Brian Sussman, author of “Eco-Tyranny: How the Left’s Green Agenda will Dismantle America,” has exposed Barack Obama’s secret plan to seize land from the American people, on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends.”
In an interview with Steve Doocy, Sussman said the scheme was “secret no longer” because of his new book, “Eco-Tyranny,” which reveals confidential memos from inside the administration.
Sussman explained to Doocy’s audience that the plan revealed in “Eco-Tyranny” was “concocted by Obama’s Department of the Interior to take over hundreds of thousands of acres of private land, take it off the books for development.”
Doocy observed that federal landholdings are already considerable, with the government owning more than half of some Western states.
Agreed, Sussman said.
“The government owns seven hundred million acres and they want more.”
He added, “This plan must be stopped because it’s antithetical to what America is all about. It’s not about the federal government owning land, it’s about we the people owning land and allowing us to do whatever we would like to do with that land, especially when it comes to natural resources.”
Sussman believes that the Obama administration is deliberately trying to restrict America’s energy production in order to keep the country dependent on foreign foes. He drew laughter from Doocy when he commented, “If we started drilling for oil in our own country the way we should, the Saudis would soil their tunics.”
Sussman also made the point that environmentalists explicitly seek to prevent energy production, even clean nuclear energy, which Doocy referred to as a no brainer.
Finally, Sussman laid out the case that rising population requires not just additional energy but additional water supplies that are not being developed. Sussman asked, “Who is standing in the way of our water resources? The environmentalists and the Department of the Interior.”
“This is a long running plot, quite frankly concocted in the minds as Karl Marx and Frederick Engels – use the environment to hammer capitalism,” he said.
Sussman’s attacks on the environmental movement’s drive for control over America’s resources have helped “Eco-Tyranny” shoot up the best-seller lists. Today, it reached No. 111 of all books sold on Amazon.com, including No. 2 on all books about the environment.
In an interview with WND, Sussman continued to press home the theme that the environmentalist movement and the Obama administration are concerned with control over people’s lives, rather than guarding America’s natural beauty.
He also aggressively defended rocker Ted Nugent, who received criticism for his comments on Obama’s re-election hopes.
Sussman stated, “Nugent said, ‘We got four Supreme Court justices who don’t believe in the Constitution,’ and I couldn’t agree with him more. There’s nothing wrong with what he said on that note.”
He continued, “The Constitution was created to protect my God-given rights, not to enforce a pack of human-spewed poppycock. For example, by a 5 to 4 margin the Supremes decided to regulate carbon dioxide – a miniscule, variable, atmospheric component that is essential to life. You can’t see it, smell it, taste it, or feel it, and these pseudo-scientists in black robes decided the federal government should regulate it.”
“That’s not an endorsement for liberty, but a recipe of tyranny. This is not about the environment – this is about control.”
Brian Sussman told Fox News, “The environmentalists have never liked progress and they’ve never liked capitalism.”
On April 19, Sussman will take his message to a pro free market venue by appearing on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Channel. He will speak on the topic of “How the Left’s Green Agenda Will Dismantle America.”
As gas prices soar, America’s enemies profit from their stranglehold on the oil supply, and the economy continues to stagnate, “Eco-Tyranny” is spreading the message that the destruction of America’s energy security is not a flawed policy, but a deliberate design.
While the author’s public appearances are propelling the book up the charts, Sussman himself argues, “The biggest asset the book has is the effect of President Obama’s own radical environmentalist policies.”