October 27, 2010
corruption, FARMING & FOOD
agriculture, assets, commodities, farmland, FDIC, land, land theft
Judy Palmer (c)copyright 2010
If the Chinese acquire large tracts of land here in the United States, food grown will be for import. This will threaten not only our own independence, but will cause distortions in our food supply and put an end to the local food movement as well.
The New Land Rush
The economy continues its slide. Unemployment remains high, more manufacturing moves overseas with each passing day, the rate of home foreclosures makes the news every hour. But there is a seemingly bright spot—farm land values have increased 58 percent from their 2000 levels on both a national and global scale. Because of this, arable land is attracting wealthy investors all over the world. They hope to profit by either producing crops or leasing the land to farmers. Mutual funds specializing in the acquisition of agricultural land have been formed to capitalize on the rapidly rising land values, allowing even small investors to reap a share of the rising land values. In one way, and one way only, this is a good thing. Beleaguered farmers have ready buyers if they must sell out and may actually realize a profit from the sale of their farms. But the problems this will cause to society far outweigh any benefits.
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October 27, 2010
10th amend. Center, Constitution, corruption
10th amendment Center, bill of rights, Federalism, Florida, Healthcare, nullification, REAL ID, state sovereingty
by Andrew Nappi, Florida Tenth Amendment Center
The following is based off a speech given at Nullify Now! Orlando on 10-10-10
Isn’t it incredible that, despite all the historical evidence to the contrary, that anyone can still believe that the founders would’ve fought a long, cruel, bloody war just to exchange one central, overpowering government for another? And yet, these guys sitting on the courts want to define the limits of our freedom for the extension of greater government control. That is not the founders’ legacy. That’s not why we’re here today.
For these out of touch elitists, the Bill of Rights is just a historical curiosity – it’s quaint and doesn’t mean anything. But we know that the Bill of Rights is the very essence of state sovereignty. That’s why it was created, and that wasn’t lost on the founders.
In fact, at the North Carolina ratifying convention Samuel Spencer said, “It appears to me that the state governments are not sufficiently secured and that they may be swallowed up by the great mass of powers given to congress.” Was that prophetic? Just look what we have today… More