No One Is Talking About The Democrats’ LAND GRAB AGENDA

by | Aug 1, 2019 | Headline News | 27 comments

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    In a political move that seems as if it was pulled straight from the  Communist Manifesto, the latest cornerstone of freedom to fall victim to this appeasement campaign is none other than property rights. Mike Gravel, a former senator from Alaska and 2020 candidate, is currently selling “Private Property is Theft” yard signs to fund his campaign.

    Meanwhile, as his tasteless catchphrase occupies the front yards of America (in a mesmerizing display of unintended irony), congressional Democrats are fighting to expand yet another government program in their attempt to bring more private land under federal control, according to the Washington Times. 

    Land grab schemes aren’t new by any means, however, what’s bold about this is that a politician is actively advocating that the government begin stealing land from individuals who have bought and paid for it.  In addition to the theft of their income, the government now thinks it has the authority to steal land.  When is enough, enough?

    The answer is scary and simple: it won’t ever be enough for those who think they have authority over others and the power to do as they please. And it’s all done with lies and propaganda.

    Earlier this summer, Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee voted to mandate permanent spending of $900 million per year for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which purportedly “safeguard[s] natural areas, water resources, and our cultural heritage, and [provides] recreation opportunities to all Americans.” In truth, the fund’s goal is to seize more of the 2.6 million acres of privately owned land that remain within national park boundaries. –Washington Times

    Seizure/theft of private land by the government/authority is the cornerstone of Communism. Private property is not theft.  Stealing it from those who rightly own it is theft.  We have degraded so much morally as a society that this has to be explained to adults as if they are children.

    At least most Americans still don’t want others to be stolen from (when it comes to property, but they’ll vote to have the government steal your money via taxation). A poll taken last year by the Institute of Justice found that more than three-quarters of Americans oppose civil asset forfeiture, a practice that allows law enforcement agencies to seize one’s private property prior without conviction of a crime.

    As it turns out, Americans have every reason to be concerned over this issue and if they aren’t, they should be. Between 2001 and 2014, the net assets in the Justice Department and Treasury Department forfeiture funds jumped from $763 million to nearly $4.5 billion — a whopping 485 percent increase, according to data reported on by The Washington Times.

    In Larken Rose’s book, The Most Dangerous Superstition, Rose describes the one problem, which is nothing more than a steadfastly held belief, that causes the vast majority of violence and injustices in the world.

    The root cause of most of society’s ills–the main source of man’s inhumanity to man–is neither malice nor negligence, but a mere superstition–an unquestioned assumption which has been accepted on faith by nearly everyone, of all ages, races, religions, education and income levels. If people were to recognize that one belief for what it is–an utterly irrational, self-contradictory, and horribly destructive myth–most of the violence, oppression, and injustice in the world would cease. But that will happen only when people dare to honestly and objectively re-examine their belief systems. The Most Dangerous Superstition exposes the myth for what it is, showing how nearly everyone, as a result of one particular unquestioned assumption, is directly contributing to violence and oppression without even realizing it. If you imagine yourself to be a compassionate, peace-loving, civilized human being, you must read this book.


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      1. They can have my gun and Bible when they pry them from my cold dead hands. Then bury me on MY OWN F*CK’N LAND!

      2. Whoever wants to take mine and my relatives’ property tries it at their own peril. We will stand against that and prevent it.

      3. My Grandmother had a house in a national recreational area Her only police protection was park police. Upon her death, her home was completely removed and the property was restored to its natural state.
        My brother lives in SE Alaska. I was once tempted to accept a job with the state there. I looked into land purchases. I generally won’t buy less than 5 acres. In SE Alaska most all the land is Tongass National forest and then some is Native Alaskan owned. You simply can’t buy acreage, there is none. Only some older homesteads, very isolated, exist.
        The problem began with East coast city liberals controlling western lands, based on their city biases. It continues today.
        For example you cannot use a chainsaw to maintain trails in Glacier Peak national wilderness area(WA state). Manual saws only.
        Some here think the Chinese or Russians are our enemies. I don’t agree, in reality Democrats are the real enemy and the biggest threat. I have no fear of an attack on America, as any thinking enemy would just wait it out, as Democrats destroy America. The enemy can just walk in afterwards.

        • “Some here think the Chinese or Russians are our enemies.”

          Their refuseniks are much more alert, than our complacent, American schlubs.

        • Rellik, DC is definitely our biggest enemy and their day of reckoning is coming.

        • That scumbag Nikita Khruschev said “There is no need to go to war with the USA. They will destroy themselves from within.” Hate the sonofabitch all you want but he was right.

        • Great post!



      5. I have seen several of their kind, now, disregarding the big, red beware-of-dogs sign. It’s right next to the handle, on the gate. They open the gate, stand in my yard, and they look around, all triumphally…

        Wait for it. Wait for it…

        White fangs, baring, inches away from them. One obeys verbal commands. Another is held back, by the scruff, in the nick of time. Lucky catch.

        They say, ‘Oh, I don’t mind.’

        ?! tnvowoot

        Think of all the different kinds of warning signs, like for electricity, chemicals, moving machine parts, falling rocks. Put this, on your private property. Put a gate around it. It won’t help.

        We want to be pacifistic. We write, when it is not perfectly clear, that we believe in education, and the situation will take care of itself. Do they read such humane sentiments. This is like some kind of damaged goods, not even worried about whether they get torn up.

        I read, in early, childhood (also, animal) development, there is a stage, when you learn that you’re a separate creature, unto yourself — separate.

        Wondering whether your mother was drunk, or you were abandoned next to the fire dept, to get a job.

        m said, “We have degraded so much morally as a society that this has to be explained to adults as if they are children.”

        Adults are responsible, to weigh the consequences. Even children and animals have an instinct for self-preservation. So, accusing someone of being childish or sub human is inadequate.

        I read about witchy things, and the demons are supposed to believe in moral free agency. So, I guess, this standard of behavior won’t even qualify as Satanic; he would be accusing you.

        • 60-80 years ago, one had to pay and seek acceptance to go to high school. Interestingly enough, an 8th grade education then is equivalent to a 14 year education today. Original charters included a mandate to teach Christianity in all public and private schools. Know your history, or be condemned to repeat it. Authoritarians hate the bible, among other religious books. That’s because they’re not living documents open to interpretation. Constitutional conventions are for the birds.

          • I own several out-of-print primers, I have academic honors in STEM fields, was a teacher’s aid, and instructor of college credit courses. Mine are not going into the public school system.

            And, I find that the more-through Christians teach *both sides of every issue, thoroughly.

            “Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine.”
            — 2Ti 4:2

            • typo — more thorough

              (Pardon me. In recuperation from good deed that got punished.)

          • Exactly, Empirical ethics versus situational.

      6. Yard signs.

        As in, you own a yard.

        These idiots are a joke that writes itself.

      7. “If you imagine yourself to be a compassionate, peace-loving…”
        (Let’s go with human being…)
        “… you must read this book.”

        What is a civilized and moral way to deal with someone, who is well past the point of objectivity, fairly masochistic, and arguably provoking the danger as change agents so often do.

        A free spirit, free in my mind, I like the ideals of anarchism, personally. But, there is a problem, here —

        The expectation is that some executive authority will usually decide in favor of the provocateur.

        Either, the authority has to be an abstentionist, or you have to leverage your status, as an impartial tool.

        You say that all kinds of contraband guns and drugs and technologies and words are just useful tools, being misused.

        Authority can be described in much the same way — as a button, lever, or gearwork, to accomplish useful labor.

        I would rather be the operator than the apparatchik; some just want a post. Others get turned-on be being yelled-at.

        Let the right person be in authority.

      8. On a related note, there is one expert on Alaskan property rights, also detailing a comprehensive history of homesteading and property rights over the past hundred years. One is remiss to talk about Alaska without taking this information into account. I present to you the 4th hour of IW, Dr Nick Begich, talking all about Alaskan property rights from just this year, 07-26-2019. Link provided. Land rights and the hijacking of America. A fascinating watch and I’m really warming up to this guy, he’s a dang whiz kid.

      9. Communist agenda? Say what? Is the Bill of Rights communist?

        It’s in the 5th amendment. It’s called eminent domain.

        • Whaddabout the landowners that have had their land seized by the US government through eminent domain to build the southern wall? How about that government land grab?

          • I learned all of the Amendments, and some old speeches, at roughly the same age as multiplication tables and state capitols. Noone has radicalized me, against the most common interpretation of it, per se.

            In my unscripted opinion, though, the Founders have always left an ‘out’, along the lines of: “except, when the Republic has a very good reason.”

          • I learned all of the Amendments, and some old speeches, at roughly the same age as multiplication tables and state capitols. Noone has radicalized me, against the most common interpretation of it, per se.

            In my unscripted opinion, though, the Founders have always left an ‘out’, along the lines of: “except, when the Republic has a very good reason.”

          • JRS & Clown World, I have to agree that “EMINENT DOMAIN” for “A VERY GOOD REASON” is an exception to the concept of INDIVIDUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. RIGHTS (including property rights) were a major concern in the Federalist Papers (used by the Founding Fathers to convince colonists that a strong Federal Government was necessary for certain tasks) written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, & James Madison. These great students of government structure tried to balance the needs of the individual (always paramount) to the needs of the group (for safety, etc.). Thanks for the interesting article & discussion of a very difficult problem.

            • c said, “These great students of government structure tried to balance the needs of the individual (always paramount) to the needs of the group (for safety, etc.).”

              Whomever is reading and calibrating the balance is effectively a dictator.

              They have just used the balance of powers as a convenient emergency.

              • (Sarcastically)
                …the Founders have always left an ‘out’, along the lines of: “except, when the Republic has a very good reason.”

        • I dont know what constitution you are reading, but “eminent domain” is not mentioned in there.
          It does say
          “nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.”
          Just compensation means appraised value, anything else should subject the gov to a most embarrasing rash of litigation

      10. I have no worries I am a shapeshifter like them but broke.

      11. its $ or they take your land. property tax is theft. you dont own land you rent it.

      12. The jack booted thug police state can and will rob you of your cash and possessions while driving this nations highways. This is approved from the federal government. That’s as far as you can get from a nation of free people, both political sides support this ongoing thievery. I read that Arkansas has reversed this outrageous criminal policy. Fair game to be robbed on the roads of America.

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