Battle in the Desert – Govt Forces Numerous Homeowners Off Their Lands

Posted on Sep 04, 2011 in Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Urban Gardening, Farming & Homesteading

Kevin Hayden –

Source: YouTube – ReasonTV, Editorial by Kevin Hayden

Just because you hold the deed to a piece of land doesn’t mean that you own it.  These days, we are faced with an ever- increasing presence and implementation of the United Nations Agenda 21 plan and eminent domain laws.  If you become a political target on any number of levels, various tax laws can be used against you in order to strip you of your real estate, your homestead and your dreams.  Nuisance laws and municipal code enforcement can penalize you to the point of bankruptcy or forfeiture of your house.

Something so basic as private property laws have become a playground for government lawyers and aspiring politicians, where they perverse the common definitions and commit blatant theft in the name of “beautification projects,” new highways, strip malls and to appease some arbitrary, obscure law.

Just because something is written into legislation doesn’t mean that it’s legal, moral, ethical or Constitutional.  Hopefully people will begin to get angry enough to start doing something about this.  Perhaps it will take another Ruby Ridge for this topic to be brought back into the mainstream.  I hope not, but without it, the seizures will continue unnoticed and unchallenged.

What would a land owner have done to a group of “government enforcement agents” in 1790, or even 1860, if they barged through his front gates, began seizing his personal items and then tear down his house due to it being “unsightly…?”

The violation of private property spits in the face of our Constitution and its Bill of Rights, and that includes searches, seizures, forfeiture laws and code enforcement, to name a few.

Check out this short mini-documentary about a few California desert dwellers who are facing the wrath of overt government, being kicked off their private property and forced to tear down their homes.  …In the middle of the desert!?

Originally posted Aug 26, 2011 @ 23:46 – reposted due to numerous requests and emails.


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