This Land Is OUR Land - Minnesotans Fight Back
An Example Of UN Agenda 21
MINNESOTA LAND RIGHT FIGHT: Commissioner Tom Bjerke Calls
Constitution ‘Old Document’
Simple people living on “God’s Earth.” Simple people who just want the
allowance and freedom’s their forefathers granted them. Simple people…
who are simply being held hostage on their own land.
The landowners of Houston County, Minnesota, a small county in the
southeast corner of the state, decided, over five years ago, that they were
going to reclaim their property rights and their “pursuit of happiness.”
Fight The Power
In 2007, Houston County sued a young, newly married couple due to the
new land use plan. The couple, who had just legally bought the home, was
given four options to “settle the situation.” The couple was required to
move their house fifty feet, purchase an additional 32 acres of land, sell
their property to a neighbor, or tear their house down. Dealing with
“impossible options,” the couple chose to appeal the ruling in the
Minnesota Supreme Court. The court refused to hear their case, thus
leading them to sell their property. The couple is now renting the very
house they once owned.
Though a battle was lost, the war had only begun: The war for freedom.
“I know we’ve sworn to uphold the Constitution but it is an old
document; times have changed,” stated Commissioner Tom Bjerke.
Surrounded by many landowners as witnesses, Bjerke continued on to say,
"Quit bringing up the Constitution.”
“At some meetings, we are told not to talk about the Constitution and the
protection it guarantees to US citizens,” claims the landowners
spearheading this revolution.
On March 13, 2008, at a planning board meeting, this group continued to
bring up the Constitution, freedom, and rights. “The board members would
bristle in anger,” says the group.
Finally, Curren went to the podium and asked the commissioners if they
“knew what they swore to uphold when they took their oath of office.” No
one answered. After repeating the question several times, the board
replied the same- with silence.
The Landowners Concerned About Property Rights say, “ We are doing this because of our faith. We believe that the earth is the Lord’s and that men
are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights. We all need to
care for our families, run our farms and businesses, and better our lives as
we so desire, being stewards of what God has given us.”
Our "representatives" currently are absolutely fearless and operate with complete
impunity. They attain office where they reside for decades cutting deals for their friends
and benefactors and enriching themselves all on the backs of the people they're
supposed to represent.
Introduce fear [respect] and consequence into the equation. Elected
officials & judges who violate their oath of office "to uphold and defend the
Constitution" should be immediately sequestered before a jury-like panel of
private citizens for examination and questioning. Then, according to the severity
of the offense, receive sanctioning or removal from office through impeachment,
then cuffed, and perp-walked to jail.
Once a fear of real, measurable consequences exists, then maybe the
spectre of public service will only attract individuals who are capable and
willing to do the job correctly and honestly.
The Towering Intellect Of Thomas Jefferson
"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the
government, there is tyranny "
~ Thomas Jefferson
"And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from
time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take
arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them.
What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be
refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its
~ Thomas Jefferson, 13 November 1787
"You seem to consider the federal judges as the ultimate arbiters of all
constitutional questions, a very dangerous doctrine, indeed, and one which
would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. "
~ Thomas Jefferson, Letter to William Charles Jarvis 1820