The Forestry Service: Just another eco-terrorist organization


Marti Oakley


The Forestry Service, another of those autonomous privately owned federal corporations appears intent upon depriving the people of Tombstone, Arizona, of their water supply.  A recent forest fire devasted the area around Tombstone which effectively wiped out native wildlife and at the same time wreaked havoc on spring water pipelines which provided the city of Tombstone with its useable water supply.

In another instance of eco-terrorism perpetrated by federal corporations, the Forestry Service claims that Tombstone workers may only use horses and hand tools to re-establish water supply lines.  No mechanized tools may be used as the Forestry Service claims it would be too much of an overload on the environment.  Supposedly, they are trying to save the Mexican spotted owl, a butterfly and a frog from harm that might be caused from mechanical tools.  As the fire effectively laid waste to any natural habitat, one has to wonder just how looney the eco-terrorists in the Forestry Service are going to become before someone in Arizona moves to revoke their corporate charter and runs this corporation, which can only be described as an eco-terrorist organization, out of the state.

We can only hope that the local sheriff stands his ground and refuses to allow the Forestry Service to act against the people of Tombstone.  With the feds beginning their assault on Western States water rights and are beginning to lay claim to all water supplies while rendering senior water rights and vested water rights held for generations by private property owners as void, Tombstone will be the testing ground for just how much federal corporations operating under fraud as [public service] will be allowed to get away with.

The rights of the State of Arizona to protect its citizens even from federal aggression is well established in the 10th Amendment.  Unfortunatley for the citizens of Tombstone, it appears that not only does their sheriff have no cajones, but neither do any of their state representatives or senators.  Apparently the fire not only laid waste to any and all forested areas, but also rendered all the public officials mute.

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