For those of you who read my blogs regularly, you know that I am also a writer of magazine articles and a few books, writing about my love of country, my God and my faith, and my love for God's nature and all of her beauty and glory. And my current novel, Thou Shall Not Take Our Land, was written to warn citizens of the need to be vigilant about political actions impacting their land and be willing to stand up and fight, not in a physical sense, but with their brain and their ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Big anything, whether it be a large corporation with huge landholdings, a developer licking his chops over another piece of rural property to be subdivided, or politicians at any level seeing the opportunity for revenue, usually shortsighted in their foresight, always want to get control of as much land as possible, and when it comes down to the crunch your personal private land is part of that equation.
When the Supreme Court reached the Kelo decision in New London, Connecticut, the door was opened for politicians to attempt land grabs for public use for almost any reason. And the international community and the globalists who favor the United Nations Agenda 21/30 plans see no reason to leave any stone unturned in their effort to force their bureaucratic decisions upon an often naive world. Their ultimate goal is to control all of the land and end national sovereignty, putting our fate as Americans and others around the world under the yoke of a decision-making apparatus modeled after the failing European Union. This isn't a crazy conspiracy theory, it is in writing as part of the UN plan for world governance, better known as the New World Order. Do a little digging and it is quite easy to find.
So whether you are facing a neighborhood change like people around Hawthorne and the many other projects underway today to change the nature of Florida, or are a farmer in the Midwest under pressure from Big Ag, or are a British or French citizen having difficulty with your property tax assessments and a decreasing ability to pay, realize that your very property and way of life is at stake. It's the reason I wrote my book and it's why I will write two more sequels to it in the months to come. These problems are real and if we don't face them head on and honestly, we could very well find ourselves in the predicament that main characters Angus and John Argyle find themselves in my book. You just might want to check it out, for looking at the future with all of its "what if"scenarios is important if you want to continue to live free.
You can find the book at both at the following link. It is available on Kindle Books and Kindle Unlimited. Just copy and paste the link to your browser for access.
Here's the link to my author page for more information about my writing.
Here's the link to yesterday's blog.
A hard copy of the book will be coming out as exposure grows. I hope you might find it helpful in preparing for an uncertain future. Being ready is always beneficial.