FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS IMPLEMENTING THE DRACONIAN PLAN TO FORCE PEOPLE TO LIVE ONLY IN CERTAIN AREAS USING A FALSE “CRISIS” OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AS THE CATALYST
Subtitle: Using the most flowery language possible, and invoking the specter of environmental disaster, the U.S. House has overwhelmingly passed a bill setting aside the huge amount of $45 BILLION to buy up land. Soon, they will be out of “open” land, coming for yours and mine! That is the New World Order Plan.
NEWS BRIEF: “House OKs $45 billion to save land and wildlife: Easily approved, the bill, which faces a tougher go in the Senate, would more than double the government’s budget for land acquisition”, by Douglas Jehl, The New York Times, reported in The Providence Journal, May 12, 2000, p. A1, 6.
“WASHINGTON — The House overwhelmingly approved a sweeping environmental measure yesterday that sets aside $45 billion over 15 years to buy parks and open spaces, pay for wildlife protection and restore damaged coastal areas. By far the biggest environmental initiative of this congressional session, the bill was supported by large numbers of Republicans as well as Democrats, reflecting the election-year appeal of a plan that would channel large sums of money back to home districts and give lawmakers a chance to cast what many portrayed as a vote on behalf of the environment.”
“By redirecting money the government collects from oil-drilling royalties, the bill would commit about $3 billion annually over 15 years to buy private lands considered at risk from development, to repair coastal lands harmed by oil drilling, to rebuild eroded beaches and to help communities create soccer fields and bicycle paths.”
“In its broadest terms, the measure has support from the White House but faces an uncertain future in the Senate where its prospects may hinge on a handful of Republicans who regard it as a threat to private-property rights.”
This last statement certainly pinpoints the one of the real, hidden goals of this type of legislation– the elimination of Private Property Rights. Our entire economic system hinges upon the preservation of Private Property Rights as our Founding Fathers certainly intended. THE most important difference between Capitalism and any other Socialist system is that Capitalism allows and encourages Private Property ownership, while Socialism and Communism forbid it, saying euphemistically that the “community” owns all property.