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Feds Push For Total Control of Property Rights: “Government is Named as the Owner of ALL the Water”

from Agenda 21 News:

Editor’s Note: The fol­low­ing research and com­men­tary shows just how far the fed­eral gov­ern­ment is will­ing to go. With the help of the EPA and State leg­is­la­tors they are aggres­sively chip­ping away at pri­vate prop­erty rights in Amer­ica and as you’ll see from Jere­miah Johnson’s report below, they are start­ing with our most pre­cious resource – water. That includes the creek in your back­yard, the well under your house and even the rain that falls on your roof. Once they have con­trol of the water, it will be they and they alone who decide whether or not you can shower daily, or water your crops, or how much drink­ing water will be allot­ted for  your fam­ily – even if you have an aquifer sit­ting below your prop­erty . But that’s just the begin­ning. The dan­ger­ous prece­dent about to be set in Mon­tana means they’ll have given them­selves the pre­text to seize any­thing they want. The aim, as evi­denced by these and other recent actions by local, state and fed­eral gov­ern­ment, is to sup­plant all pri­vate own­er­ship in America.

Water Rights on the Ropes: The Last Round for Free Mon­tanans vs. the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment
By Jere­miah Johnson

This is a “rush” arti­cle sub­mit­ted at the 11th hour of the bat­tle Mon­tanans are fight­ing to keep their water rights intact.  The aver­age cit­i­zen is try­ing to defend against the onslaughts of the Agenda 21-funded, oligarch-driven EPA (push­ing the CSKT water com­pact) and the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment.  The bat­tle is almost over and it doesn’t look good about one minute to mid­night.  This bat­tle is Montana’s “Alamo” of water rights and it is very impor­tant for all of us: a loss for Mon­tanans and a win for the Fed­eral Gov­ern­ment will set a nation­wide precedent.

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