posted on Sep, 26 2009 @ 12:45 PM
This is an important document which pulls together a lot of differing threads regarding the control of people and moving people off rural lands and
into cities where they can control them.
The above link really concerns America however I believe that it is also applicable to the UK for the following reasons:-
Over the last several years in the UK it appears that a similar process is underway. TPTB have been doing this in incremental steps so as not to
alert anyone. Now some may say that this is a stretch of the imagination but knowing how TPTB work I don't think so.
For a number of years now in the Lake District in the UK they have been wanting to reduce the number of sheep on the fells saying that they are
overgrazing them. If you don't allow sheep to graze the bracken takes a hold and makes the land unuseable.
The National Trust are also using land management and telling their tennant farmers that they are not allowed to repair walls alongside rivers going
through their farm land. The reason the National Trust gives is that they say they want the land to revert back to natural wet land. The land though
has not been wet land for over several hundred years. This also impinges on landowners further down as they have problems with flooding, and the
farmer looses valuable land for grazing.
The EU also pay set a side to farmers not to use the land but to let it run wild which reduces the amount of land available for food production.
The use of park and ride schemes the National Park are promoting instead of using cars in order as they say to save the environment are a two edged
sword reducing the numbers of people visiting the National Parks and making it harder for people who live there to make a living. They are also
trying to make the Lake District National Park into a World Wide Heritage Site which unlike many have people living in them. This will further impact
on the number of people who live their. If you can't sustain work and places for people to live then people have to move away.
We also have in the UK many councils and public private partnerships which control the sort of houses people live in and can build.
Perhaps after reading the link others from the UK can also find other similarities and developments in the UK.