The right to own private property that cannot be arbitrarily regulated or confiscated by the government is the moral and constitutional basis for individual freedom.Dr. Dan Eichenbaum
To our founders, the totality of your private property consisted of your land and home, your possessions, the work of your hands, the ideas of your mind, and your life itself. This fundamental belief was in direct conflict with the centuries-old concept that land, and usually its inhabitants, were the rightful property of the monarch or tyrant who controlled the territory. People in the king’s empire were called “subjects” not citizens and paid high taxes in return for land rental and protection. They were subject to the arbitrary rules fabricated by the monarch based on the king’s whims and were most assuredly not free.
Fortunately, the Constitution’s framers gave us a system of government designed to protect and secure individual sovereignty by private property ownership. In the presence of a free market economy, this concept allowed Americans to accumulate wealth to a degree unprecedented in human history. Equality of opportunity combined with creativity, resourcefulness, and hard work fueled the promise of success to all.
Our founders, however, were not the only members of society to explore various options to take land, money, and power away from the ruling class. While most began with good intentions, attempts to create an egalitarian societal structure universally fail because of the basic inherent flaws in human nature. There is no acceptable formula that balances individual productivity with the needs and desires of all.
Problems always arise from mankind’s inability to live by the Golden Rule or adhere to a very basic “live and let live” philosophy. Undeniably, the creators of egalitarian societal plans imagine themselves as the new “Lord of the Manor”. There is no transformation of society, but rather a wealth transfer and a swapping out of dictators. The common people always lose.
As an example, the Communist Manifesto calling for elimination of private property is the antithesis of the American Dream and is designed to abolish individual freedom. When Marx died, the Fabian Socialists who resurrected his concept were all wealthy British aristocrats, none of whom would have accepted a loss of personal wealth or living the lifestyle of commoners. To them, Socialism was most definitely for the people, not the Socialists.
The American Progressive Movement also found its origins a century ago among the wealthy robber barons of the industrialized north. Socialist ideologues and these “trust fund hypocrites” patiently corrupted the elected and bureaucratic functions of government to promote a system of self-profit at the expense of our individual freedoms. For decades, their primary tool was the aggressive use of environmental regulations, such as the Endangered Species Act (ESA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and a variety of Antiquities protection acts to prevent public access to millions of acres of land. In some instances, property was stolen outright from private individuals. Some landowners discovered could not use their own land due to oppressive regulations and penalties even though they retained nominal ownership. In addition, federal government agencies prohibited access and public use of land they confiscated.
All of these usage regulations and land confiscation plans are based on the primary principle of Marxist philosophy that the private ownership of land must be forbidden.
Land…cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principal instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice; if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes. The provision of decent dwellings and healthy conditions for the people can only be achieved if land is used in the interests of society as a whole. Public control of land use is therefore indispensablePreamble to Agenda Item 10 of the 1976 United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Vancouver, Canada)
Americans finally began to understand the risk posed to our way of life when the United Nations revealed Agenda 21, an aggressive plan to establish a socialist utopia on Earth under control of the globalist elite and the UN. Although initially conceived in 1981, the UN and its socialist pawns tried to force the US Senate to ratify the Wildlands Project Treaty in 1994. Ratification was only prevented after Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX) exhibited the Wildlands Treaty Map on the Senate floor.
The Collectivist’s goal is to force all residents of the United States to inhabit sustainable zones (green dots on the Wildlands Map), connected by highspeed rail, in which the government controls all aspects of society (food, water, transportation, media, education, healthcare, and justice). In her terrifying novel The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins provided us with a vivid and accurate picture of the dystopian future envisioned for America by the elite globalists and the United Nations.
The 30 x 30 Plan now promoted by our government is the next step in the conversion of our society into a nation of prisons in which conformity is required and individuality is punished. Each unconstitutional Executive Order, every bureaucratic land grab, each capitulation of a corrupted Congress, and every failure to uphold the Bill of Rights by the Supreme Court brings all of us closer to being inmates in federal internment camps. Of course, the oligarchs sponsoring and supporting this plan expect that their lives will continue without change. As the new “Lords of the Manor,” they will be the gatekeepers to the “good life” of prosperity and wealth denied to the common people, you and me.
Each of us must pledge to resist the unconstitutional 30 x 30 plan for land confiscation that threatens our individual freedom and the future of our nation.
Resist Tyranny and Trust in Freedom !