Black Eye For The Land-Grabbers

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Environmentalism is simply disguised communism.
They make up crises so that they can regulate private property out of existence.


1. Of course, having been programmed via the indoctrination of government schooling, most would deny that big government is a form of feudalism, e.g., where the king was the owner of all the land.

But...“…one out of every two acres in the West is federally owned. In Nevada, the figure is 81.1 percent; in Alaska, 61.8 percent; in Utah, 66.5 percent; in Oregon, 53 percent. In Connecticut and Iowa, the federal government owns 0.3 percent of the land.

“The federal estate is larger than France, Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom combined,” said Robert Gordon, a senior adviser for the Heritage Foundation. “It is too big and was never intended to be preserved as one big park, but the left is strangling use of it and with it, rural America.” Hold your horses: Nevada standoff reveals bigger fight over federally owned land




2. This is but the tip of the iceberg, as feudal big government uses bogus regulations and statutes to essentially co-opt ownership of ‘private land.’

“…when land is public, or if it can be made quasi-public with so many regulations attached that most property rights are removed, people can’t afford to fight, having lost the better part of their wealth. So ideally for the movement, regulations should be almost infinite in reach and so imprecise as to be interpreted in a dozen ways. All that‘s needed to force these regulations is sufficient documentation of collapse, supported by books, movies, documentaries, museum exhibits, cartoons, newspapers and magazine stories, the devotion of fervid columnists, et cetera, ad infinitum, to convince the public that “something must be done.” This “feeling” is backed by a slightly more substantive hundred-page full-color glossy PDFs aimed at policy makers and politicians.”
Nickson, “Eco-Fascists,” p. 170.



3. But....sometimes, in the words of Dikembe Mutombo....





..."not today!!!"


4. "Court declares Obama’s EPA “Waters of the United States Rule” unlawful
“…vast expansion of jurisdiction over waters and land traditionally within the states’ regulatory authority cannot stand…”

U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood has handed a victory to the state of Georgia and nine other states that sued the federal government (and to the rest of the nation) by declaring that the WOTUS Rule is unlawful.

Wood stated that the rule, which was intended to provide better protection of the nation’s water, violated the Clean Water Act and the Administrative Procedure Act, and she remanded it back to the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers for further work.

She wrote that while the agencies have authority to interpret the phrase “waters of the United States,” that authority isn’t limitless, and therefore their decisions in doing so do not fall under what’s called Chevron deference, a matter of case law in which — for lack of a better phrase — the tie goes to the agency.

Legal Insurrection readers may recall that implementation of the rule led to a Wyoming farmer being fined $37,500 a day for constructing a stock pond on his own property."
Court declares Obama's EPA "Waters of the United States Rule" unlawful




5. “The Obama-era WOTUS rule threatened Iowa’s farmers, manufacturers, and small businesses by giving the federal government authority to regulate water on 97 percent of land in our state,” said U.S. Senator Joni Ernst. “President Trump and his administration have taken tremendous steps to roll back this far-reaching regulation and provide for more certainty with a new, clearer definition of WOTUS. But it’s the job of Congress to make a new, reasonable definition permanent, and that’s what this bill does—it ensures more predictability and workability for Iowans for years to come.”
Ibid.
 

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Environmentalism is simply disguised communism.
They make up crises so that they can regulate private property out of existence.


1. Of course, having been programmed via the indoctrination of government schooling, most would deny that big government is a form of feudalism, e.g., where the king was the owner of all the land.

But...“…one out of every two acres in the West is federally owned. In Nevada, the figure is 81.1 percent; in Alaska, 61.8 percent; in Utah, 66.5 percent; in Oregon, 53 percent. In Connecticut and Iowa, the federal government owns 0.3 percent of the land.

“The federal estate is larger than France, Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom combined,” said Robert Gordon, a senior adviser for the Heritage Foundation. “It is too big and was never intended to be preserved as one big park, but the left is strangling use of it and with it, rural America.” Hold your horses: Nevada standoff reveals bigger fight over federally owned land




2. This is but the tip of the iceberg, as feudal big government uses bogus regulations and statutes to essentially co-opt ownership of ‘private land.’

“…when land is public, or if it can be made quasi-public with so many regulations attached that most property rights are removed, people can’t afford to fight, having lost the better part of their wealth. So ideally for the movement, regulations should be almost infinite in reach and so imprecise as to be interpreted in a dozen ways. All that‘s needed to force these regulations is sufficient documentation of collapse, supported by books, movies, documentaries, museum exhibits, cartoons, newspapers and magazine stories, the devotion of fervid columnists, et cetera, ad infinitum, to convince the public that “something must be done.” This “feeling” is backed by a slightly more substantive hundred-page full-color glossy PDFs aimed at policy makers and politicians.”
Nickson, “Eco-Fascists,” p. 170.



3. But....sometimes, in the words of Dikembe Mutombo....





..."not today!!!"


4. "Court declares Obama’s EPA “Waters of the United States Rule” unlawful
“…vast expansion of jurisdiction over waters and land traditionally within the states’ regulatory authority cannot stand…”

U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood has handed a victory to the state of Georgia and nine other states that sued the federal government (and to the rest of the nation) by declaring that the WOTUS Rule is unlawful.

Wood stated that the rule, which was intended to provide better protection of the nation’s water, violated the Clean Water Act and the Administrative Procedure Act, and she remanded it back to the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers for further work.

She wrote that while the agencies have authority to interpret the phrase “waters of the United States,” that authority isn’t limitless, and therefore their decisions in doing so do not fall under what’s called Chevron deference, a matter of case law in which — for lack of a better phrase — the tie goes to the agency.

Legal Insurrection readers may recall that implementation of the rule led to a Wyoming farmer being fined $37,500 a day for constructing a stock pond on his own property."
Court declares Obama's EPA "Waters of the United States Rule" unlawful




5. “The Obama-era WOTUS rule threatened Iowa’s farmers, manufacturers, and small businesses by giving the federal government authority to regulate water on 97 percent of land in our state,” said U.S. Senator Joni Ernst. “President Trump and his administration have taken tremendous steps to roll back this far-reaching regulation and provide for more certainty with a new, clearer definition of WOTUS. But it’s the job of Congress to make a new, reasonable definition permanent, and that’s what this bill does—it ensures more predictability and workability for Iowans for years to come.”
Ibid.


It's worse than that PC, the green movement is nothing more than feudalism revisited. No meat. That's only for the ruling class. No private homes, once again, ruling class. No transport rights. Nope, you live and die where you born doing whatever job your lord deems proper for you.

National Parks? Nope, ruling class only. The serfs aren't worthy of natural beauty.

I can go on and on, but the similarities between the modern day greens and ancient feudalism are uncanny.
 

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fret not, west......re the current attack on small land owners-----their reduction to
KULAK status=======DA SHIAT IS ABOUT TO HIT THE FAN
 

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I'm glad that garbage is being walked back. Harry Reid was behind that stuff with the guys and the cattle grazing. He wanted that land.

The water on your property stuff is ridiculous.

People dig ponds every so many acres here for their cattle. So..under the old (Obama) way, if I dug a pond, all of a sudden that's federal pond? :cuckoo:

I bet they didn't even try to enforce that here much. Crackers ain't playin' that.
 

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Diblasio is doing a number on small landowners in New York, too. The house
that has been in the family for generations suddenly gets RE DEFINED as a
high income "business" of something weird like that
 
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Environmentalism is simply disguised communism.
They make up crises so that they can regulate private property out of existence.


1. Of course, having been programmed via the indoctrination of government schooling, most would deny that big government is a form of feudalism, e.g., where the king was the owner of all the land.

But...“…one out of every two acres in the West is federally owned. In Nevada, the figure is 81.1 percent; in Alaska, 61.8 percent; in Utah, 66.5 percent; in Oregon, 53 percent. In Connecticut and Iowa, the federal government owns 0.3 percent of the land.

“The federal estate is larger than France, Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom combined,” said Robert Gordon, a senior adviser for the Heritage Foundation. “It is too big and was never intended to be preserved as one big park, but the left is strangling use of it and with it, rural America.” Hold your horses: Nevada standoff reveals bigger fight over federally owned land




2. This is but the tip of the iceberg, as feudal big government uses bogus regulations and statutes to essentially co-opt ownership of ‘private land.’

“…when land is public, or if it can be made quasi-public with so many regulations attached that most property rights are removed, people can’t afford to fight, having lost the better part of their wealth. So ideally for the movement, regulations should be almost infinite in reach and so imprecise as to be interpreted in a dozen ways. All that‘s needed to force these regulations is sufficient documentation of collapse, supported by books, movies, documentaries, museum exhibits, cartoons, newspapers and magazine stories, the devotion of fervid columnists, et cetera, ad infinitum, to convince the public that “something must be done.” This “feeling” is backed by a slightly more substantive hundred-page full-color glossy PDFs aimed at policy makers and politicians.”
Nickson, “Eco-Fascists,” p. 170.



3. But....sometimes, in the words of Dikembe Mutombo....





..."not today!!!"


4. "Court declares Obama’s EPA “Waters of the United States Rule” unlawful
“…vast expansion of jurisdiction over waters and land traditionally within the states’ regulatory authority cannot stand…”

U.S. District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood has handed a victory to the state of Georgia and nine other states that sued the federal government (and to the rest of the nation) by declaring that the WOTUS Rule is unlawful.

Wood stated that the rule, which was intended to provide better protection of the nation’s water, violated the Clean Water Act and the Administrative Procedure Act, and she remanded it back to the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers for further work.

She wrote that while the agencies have authority to interpret the phrase “waters of the United States,” that authority isn’t limitless, and therefore their decisions in doing so do not fall under what’s called Chevron deference, a matter of case law in which — for lack of a better phrase — the tie goes to the agency.

Legal Insurrection readers may recall that implementation of the rule led to a Wyoming farmer being fined $37,500 a day for constructing a stock pond on his own property."
Court declares Obama's EPA "Waters of the United States Rule" unlawful




5. “The Obama-era WOTUS rule threatened Iowa’s farmers, manufacturers, and small businesses by giving the federal government authority to regulate water on 97 percent of land in our state,” said U.S. Senator Joni Ernst. “President Trump and his administration have taken tremendous steps to roll back this far-reaching regulation and provide for more certainty with a new, clearer definition of WOTUS. But it’s the job of Congress to make a new, reasonable definition permanent, and that’s what this bill does—it ensures more predictability and workability for Iowans for years to come.”
Ibid.


It's worse than that PC, the green movement is nothing more than feudalism revisited. No meat. That's only for the ruling class. No private homes, once again, ruling class. No transport rights. Nope, you live and die where you born doing whatever job your lord deems proper for you.

National Parks? Nope, ruling class only. The serfs aren't worthy of natural beauty.

I can go on and on, but the similarities between the modern day greens and ancient feudalism are uncanny.


1. In the Iron Curtain countries, where there were no constitutional democracies and no private property rights, the central planning ethic could be fully realized; the results have been shown to be catastrophic. But, in dire need of a mitigation for their beloved Marxism, the failure, it was posited, was due to the fact that it hadn’t been tried using the bounty of the West!

a. When the Soviet Union fell, many fellow travelers migrated to the environmental movement. So much so, that the movement is often referred to as the ‘Watermelon Movement”: green on the outside, red on the inside.

b. “Delingpole does an excellent job of cutting through he jargon and presenting the essentials. But where the book really shines is exposing the politics behind this manufactured crisis.” From a review of “Watermelons: The Green Movement's True Colors



2. Today, the meaning of ‘environmentalism’ has been corrupted. More Left-wing politics than science, it is correctly, if pejoratively, called the “Watermelon Movement:” green on the outside, but red on the inside.

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I'll be calling leftist enviro-whackos "watermelon" real soon.

Kind of like Italians calling someone eggplant.
 

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I'm glad that garbage is being walked back. Harry Reid was behind that stuff with the guys and the cattle grazing. He wanted that land.

The water on your property stuff is ridiculous.

People dig ponds every so many acres here for their cattle. So..under the old (Obama) way, if I dug a pond, all of a sudden that's federal pond? :cuckoo:

I bet they didn't even try to enforce that here much. Crackers ain't playin' that.




As regards the Bundy's, they are scumbag freeloaders, but the issues they highlight are real.
 

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