I just heard recently, that there are bills in the White House, about to be signed...that would put people off their properties. The law would state certain counties, to be put back into it's orginial habitat.
How would that happen? Would those people be vacated from their land and forced to move to bigger cities? It doesn't sound like there is any plan to pay people for their land, and it seems that the reason would be to centralize people, for better control of them?
Have you heard about this, what is your opinion? Does it matter to you, if it doesn't affect you directly? The question is if this happens to others, what's to say it won't happen to those who turn a blind eye?
You said you have "heard" this. Where did you hear it? Was it a reputable source? Have you tried to research the issue yourself to confirm whether or not it is true? And, if the basic premise is true, what about the details?
Have you looked any of this up to find out if it is true before you react to it? It is the first logical step.
Is this possible?
Its been over four weeks now, and the news hasn't mentioned anything. I think if people were to be put out of their homes, the news would be all over that one.
I have heard of this idea as being part of what is known as Agenda 21. Google it and you will find out a lot more.
I did write a site, that has the information posted, as to where this idea or thought came from. About homes built in 1978 and prior.
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