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Agenda 21: New Senate Bill "Ramrods U.S. Citizens and Hands Over Their Lands"

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"…give it away, give it away, give it away, now…"

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As it would appear, the Red Hot Chili Peppers gained a new member in their band by the name of Senator Steve Daines (R), Montana.  Daines cannot resist giving away what is not his to give away, the norm these days rather than the exception for elected officials.  The other "norm" is to keep submitting legislation until they sneak, pass, force, or redact it into law.  Daines is a kind of quiet, unassuming man who is conservative at first appearance and first words.  He was opposed to the CKST (Consolidated Kootenai & Salish Tribes) Water Compact that has been ratified into state law and is now merely awaiting Federal approval (and funding, naturally).

This little piece is different.  That damnable demon of the USC has been raised, cited, and utilized to "justify" under the color of law a new Senate Bill's introduction that will affect the whole country if it is passed, flat out.  The existing legislation can be found under 25USC3115 and 25USC3104.  The new bill proposes this:

Turning over huge tracts of Federal Forest lands – any federally managed forest area that is within a 200-mile radius of an Indian Reservation – and hand over management of that land to the Indian Tribes.

That's right, and a portion of what comes up in the screenshot of the introduced bill reads "the Secretary concerned may treat Federal forest land as Indian forest land for purposes of planning and conducting forest land management activities."  It doesn't beat around the bush, does it?  Now the CKST water compact, if you have read my past articles regarding it is Montana State law, and the state has committed to $11 million toward instituting control of all surface and subsurface water in Northwestern Montana.

It is an Agenda 21 measure to take over the outlying areas.  Montana only raised $3 million, and that doesn't even scratch the surface of the grand total of $57 million estimated that is needed to put meters on all private wells, turn over the "management" to the Indian tribes, and the enforcement over to DHS.  This water, incidentally, is all off-reservation water…not even water on Tribal lands.

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Pick a piece of pristine, government owned land anywhere in America. Don't make it too large for you to handle as your homestead. Then, set up on "your" land. When government comes after you, and takes you to court for squatting, require that the plaintiff/government take the oath, get on the stand, and show you that he owns the land. After all, you have the right to face your accuser. It's all locked up in standard law that has been around forever. The 6th, 7th, 9th, and 10th Amendments are tools that you can use to take ownership of the land in court. Why? Because Government doesn't have a moth to reply to you from the stand, if you demand your rights the correct way. See http://voidjudgments.com/. If you are really interested, watch 6 hours here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN3MI70PFBw.



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