posted on Jan, 26 2013 @ 12:58 AM
reply to post by SLAYER69
I am in total agreement on that slayer, but if the land is where I think it is it is is serious danger of destruction, and needs to be documented.
If it is still held by a local land owner I will absolutely respect their rights, but if the foreign owned corporation owns the land I have no qualms
about throwing every wrench in their works, they have a history of the worst kinds of capitalistic abuses. Their plan for a "construction materials"
quarry is just a thinly veiled end run around federal minning regulations , as the area has all the signs of having gold in deep rock veins, which
they will have to take the entire mountain away to reach.
I have a friend on the local planning commision that is trying to keep the project from moving forward, but this corporation is a tens of billions of
dollars a year international operation, that seems to.be willing to do what ever it takes to push this project forward.
If it is the case that this corp is the land holder, then the states heavy handed policies might be the best way to stop it..
In any case I will be responsible in my part and keep the actual location secret.
Just like this cave which is not on any map and is the site where local native American lore says they survived the great fire ,flood and cold time
of no sun.
edit on 26-1-2013 by punkinworks10 because: (no