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originally posted by: usernameconspiracy
originally posted by: tmeister182
The federal government owns land ONLY in the name of the people they serve therefore we own the land. There is no entity called federal government that is able to buy sell lease or give away anything of it's own.
Well, that's part of my job, so since I am involved in selling excess government land and buildings, I say you are wrong. Thousands of deeds recorded in the county clerk records all over the United States say you are wrong also.
originally posted by: occrest
Federally owned land = public land=my land=your land. Period!!!, Feds are our servants, not masters. We, the public, raise beef on our public lands to feed us, the public.
What is the problem?
OCALA - A decades-old scheme to eliminate private ownership of land has been working quietly to snatch up thousands of acres in North-Central Florida and across the nation under the guise of environmental protection. The plan, formally known as “Agenda 21,” was originally outlined in a 1976 United Nations report called ‘Habitat I.’
United States and Florida law enshrine the protection of life, liberty, and property, but the U.N. condemns private property and goes on to state that “public control of land use” is “indispensable.” Private land ownership, according to Habitat I, contributes to “social injustice
“The principles embodied in Agenda 21 present a framework for environmental action that should be pursued at all levels of society--in our schools, local communities, governments, and in our lifestyles,” said Rep. Nancy Pelosi before urging fellow representatives to co-sponsor the implementation of Agenda 21 in America.
If you do not like how they are managing the land vote in an administration and congress that will appoint people that will.