posted on Oct, 30 2012 @ 02:24 PM
Originally posted by cavalryscout
reply to post by DerepentLEstranger
Yeah, yeah, yeah ..........we took the land from the natives. boo hoo. That is such a lame argument I usually don't even respond to such nonsense. We
had slaves too, so what. I'm talking about current events.
"history does not repeat itself,
but sometimes it rhymes"
yeah yeah lame
a mugger with a gun in your face would make exactly the same bully-taunt *cough*"argument".
feel free to go to any reservation and make any such "arguments" and harangue them into "dropping it already".
as for land theft and slavery that is still going on, only the names have changed, and there are none so blind, as those who refuse to see.
then there are those who need/demand evil to be swept under the rug,
the better to keep practicing it.
also you've been told already about Adverse_possession
Originally posted by yeahright
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
You might consider checking into the concept of Adverse Possession
for a concise
explanation including justification for the principle.
Adverse possession exists to cure potential or actual defects in real estate titles by putting a statute of limitations on possible litigation
over ownership and possession.
Because of the doctrine of adverse possession, a landowner can be secure in title to his land. Otherwise, long-lost heirs of any former owner,
possessor or lien holder of centuries past could come forward with a legal claim on the property. The doctrine of adverse possession prevents this.
This means the law may be used to reward a person who possesses the land of another for a requisite period of time. Failure of a landowner to
exercise and defend his property rights for a certain period may result in the permanent loss of the landowner's interest in the
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
see it's already justified by being codified in law
so stop with the pseudo-moral justifications/outrage when the system's teat can't be milked in your favor
i told you already:
real estate is obtained and kept by violence
and also lost.
seems to me, you're looking to the big bad state to employ violence in Your favor. :shk:
because you're to weak to defend or reclaim your property
or afraid of history rhyming, but not in your favor.
edit on 30-10-2012 by DerepentLEstranger because: (no reason given)