The Adirondack COMMUNAL Cantonal Manorial CANCER that ate NEW York

In the 1880s and 1890s  the  Grand Adirondack Park was  SPAWNED.   550,000   acres   (  859 Square Miles )   was  INFLATED from the Original Scheme of 50 to 60 Square Miles.

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Today at 6 Million  Acres  …..   9,374   Square Miles have been   GOBBLED UP by the  ENTITIES and POWERS associated with Profiteering from the  Communal Park Scheme.

A 1000%  Increase in the Size of the  MANORIAL  COMMUNAL PARK

Imagine the Wealth in all those  NATURAL RESOURCES

TALK ABOUT MOTIVE

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excited by this long-term revenue source ?

SEE FABIAN SOCIALISM and the PINKO PARK in the Adirondacks of the EMPIRE of NEW York …. https://theadirondacksconspiracy.wordpress.com/targeting-lands-and-land-owners-nys-dec-apa-and-the-nature-conservancy/

     The state’s first purchase of land did not happen until 1866, when it bought 700 acres of timber in Clinton County to ensure a supply of wood for the prison system. Land was added to the state’s holdings regularly, however, when it was reclaimed because of unpaid taxes. Most of the tax-delinquent land had been abandoned after logging for choice species such as white pine and spruce…..

Thanks to the water issue, the chorus of nature tourists, naturalists, and physicians who supported the Adirondack Park was joined by a powerful fourth presence: the state Chamber of Commerce. In 1883, the Chamber’s President was Morris Jesup, an ardent naturalist and social reformer who was also the President of the American Museum of Natural History. At a meeting late in the year, Jesup proposed that the state use its power of eminent domain to set aside “perhaps 4,000,000 acres . . . for all time as a great forest preserve.”

     Money talks. A law establishing the State Forest Preserve was passed
within 18 months……..

Even an important environmental advance sometimes happens for mercenary reasons, and this was the case in the Catskill Forest. The Sargent Commission’s 57-page report dismissed the entire region in a single paragraph and recommended against adding it to the Preserve. But Cornelius Hardenburgh, an assemblyman from Ulster County, deftly put about 34,000 county-owned acres in his district into the package just before Governor Hill signed the bill. Hardenburgh was not a conservationist, but he was an ardent opponent of taxes, and Ulster County had owed $40,000 in taxes to the state for those acres.   His move wiped out the debt, created a perpetual revenue source for Ulster County, and — as an afterthought — began a park that now encompasses more than 1,100 square miles…..

The decree said that the new Forest Preserve was “wild land,” but it took a decade for cultural and political changes to catch up to the law. The new Adirondack Preserve was 681,374 acres widely scattered over eleven counties, and many of those acres had already been logged. Private lands in the region were unaffected by the law, and logging there reached a peak between 1890 and 1910. The new frenzy for logging was due to a technological innovation: the substitution of wood pulp for rags in paper-making.
Almost any kind of tree could make pulp, so lands that had recently been harvested for hardwood were logged again for spruce and other species, often leaving little behind. Timber corporations and wealthy sportsmen continued to consolidate their holdings, so that more and more land was owned by fewer and fewer people. And the railroads were pushing further and further into the forest, opening the most remote areas to development.  It became clear that the Forest Preserve law had not saved the
Adirondacks……

In Washington, important moves were being made toward large-scale public ownership. Congress empowered the President to establish forest preserves in public lands in 1891, and Benjamin Harrison immediately set aside 13 million acres of public land in the West. Slowly, New York began putting teeth into the Preserve law. The legislature appropriated $25,000 for land acquisition in 1890, and Governor Hill directed the Forest Commission to recommend the boundaries of an Adirondack wilderness park. Two years  later, Gov. Roswell P. Flower signed the Adirondack Park Enabling Act, placing 2.8 million acres within an imaginary “blue line,” of which 551,000 acres were owned by the state and “forever reserved . . . for the free use of all the people.

FREE USE OF THE PEOPLE ??

SURE HAS BEEN VERY EXPENSIVE

      In the next legislative session, a law was passed that allowed the state to sell lumber from its land, and legislators were excited by this long-term revenue source. In 1894, the state sold timber rights to 17,500 acres of spruce on public land, netting about $53,000. But loggers on state land were often sloppy and destructive, and the “cutting law” was unpopular with the influential members of private hunting clubs. In 1893, the first commissioner of the USDA Forestry Division, Bernard Fernow, charged the Forest Commission with incompetence in managing its land. That summer, smoke from forest fires in the Adirondacks hung in a haze over the Hudson Valley…..

Roosevelt began his political career at age 24 in the New York State Legislature and gained popularity during a term as the City’s Police Commissioner. He was elected Governor of New York in 1898 and immediately called on Gifford Pinchot, a family friend, to be his chief advisor on conversation issues. But Governor Roosevelt resigned less than two years after taking office to become Vice-President. When William McKinley was assassinated in 1901, Roosevelt became the youngest President in UShistory. He learned the news while camping in the high peaks of the Adirondacks.

Setting up his cabinet in a hurry, Roosevelt named Pinchot Secretary of Agriculture; Pinchot later became head of the newly created US Forest Service. Promoting conservation on a national scale became the centerpiece of Roosevelt’s domestic policy agenda, with Pinchot serving as his chief advisor and closest friend in Washington. The conservation idea was highly popular with voters, but strongly opposed by Congress and businessmen.  Roosevelt left the Presidency after two terms in 1908 with an unfinished agenda, but he and Pinchot had succeeded in making scientific land management the official US government policy. They also tripled the number of acres under federal control, from about 46 million to more than 150 million……

SEE  THE  ADIRONDACKS CONSPIRACY   

A Royal Hustle

 

The Grand Land Grab by the Grand Lodges of  FREE  MASONRY

Gifford  Pinchot,  FDR  to Alan Greenspan ….  And  Many Many Others

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The  Hidden Hand

The FREE MASONS and setting up the  Chess Board in the STOLEN LANDS of  America

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     Rewilding is a Scottish strategy for the conservation of complete, self-sustaining ecosystems, primarily involving the protection and, where necessary, reintroduction, of populations of keystone species in large, connected reserve networks. A potential method of preserving ecosystem functions and biodiversity, it is now receiving a great deal of practical and political attention, particularly in North America. In Scotland, where many native species have been extirpated in the relatively recent past, rewilding has clear relevance and may provide an overarching set of objectives for current programmes of native woodland restoration and species reintroductions. Nevertheless, rewilding is not widely used as a term or strategy in Scottish conservation. This review considers the development of the concept and its possible application in Scotland, and identifies substantial scope for rewilding, in terms of the restoration and protection of large areas of wild land, and of the reintroduction of native species which have been driven to extinction by human activity. As the environmental, social and economic benefits which are likely to result from a programme of rewilding in Scotland outweigh the potential drawbacks, the adoption of rewilding is recommended as one aim of environmental policy.

Enter the ROYAL HUSTLE

NEW England the  STOLEN LANDS

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The Masonic Mystery of ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie.’

The True History Of Scottish-Esoteric Masonry – The Masonic Trowel

With the expulsion of James VII and II from the British throne in 1688, political exiles carried Masonictraditions throughout the ‘Jacobite” diaspora, where they …

Irish Jacobitism and Freemasonry – Jstor

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NEW England ?  What are the Chances ?

The Masonic Mystery of ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie.’

Dr. Marsha Keith Schuchard

New information on an enduring Masonic controversy involving Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788) of Scotland presented in a lecture by noted Masonic researcher Dr. Marsha Keith Schuchard.

     Many years ago, when I was a young graduate student at the University of Texas, I became curious about the influence of Jewish mysticism, especially the Kabbalah, on various English and Irish literary figures–such as William Blake, W.B. Yeats, and James Joyce. At that time, long before the rock star Madonna made Kabbalah a trendy fashion, there was very little “respectable” academic work on Kabbalistic traditions and symbolism, except for the pioneering work of the great Israeli scholar, Gershom Scholem. I corresponded with Professor Scholem, and both of us kept coming up on Freemasonry as the major channel of transmission of Kabbalistic theosophy to many Western writers. However, the prevailing and official version of Masonic history ignored or glossed over this important Jewish influence. This was my first experience of the truism that “the victors write the history,” for I learned that my own religious and university education was a product of “Protestant-Whig historiography.”

     I was raised as a Presbyterian in Texas and educated according to an anti-Catholic version of history, and I initially accepted the official history promulgated by the Grand Lodge of London–i.e., that Freemasonry began in England in 1717, when four lodges in London united to form the Grand Lodge of England. This supposedly authentic, “speculative” form of Masonry was dedicated to rational enlightenment, Newtonian science, Whig versus Tory governance, and the Protestant-Hanoverian succession to the British throne. However, this version of Freemasonry was not the one that influenced so many imaginative artists, visionary philosophers, and political dissidents. Instead, as I gradually learned, there was a much older, “Ancient” tradition that emanated from Scotland in the 1590s and included mystical and esoteric traditions rooted in Kabbalistic, Rosicrucian, and alchemical lore. [QUOTE #1]. Moreover, it was supported and encouraged by the Scottish-descended Stuart kings of the supposedly “united” kingdom of Great Britain.[QUOTE #2].

      Because the Stuart kings–James VI and I, Charles I, Charles II, and James VII and II– were relatively tolerant not only of Catholics but Jews, they were considered enemies to English Protestantism, especially in its Puritanical and Cromwellian forms. Even worse, they were Scottish and resented by many Englishmen as foreign interlopers. In 1688, when the last Stuart king, the Catholic convert James II, was driven out of England by the massed armed forces of the Dutch king, William of Orange, his victory was subsequently named the “Glorious Revolution” and painted as a victory for international Protestantism against Catholic tyranny and Papist slavery. That is the version of history that I was taught in the 1960s, and, for many years, I believed it.

      However, as I continued to seek answers to the role of Kabbalistic Freemasonry in 17th- and 18th-century British literary history, I learned that the Glorious Revolution actually diminished the rights given to Catholics and Jews by the Stuart kings, and that the dominant party of Whigs steadily decreased the political and economic power of Scotland and Ireland, two unhappy parts of the “united” kingdom. A majority of Scots and Irish (and possibly even of English) believed that William III and his Hanoverian-German successors were illegitimate usurpers. As followers of James II and then his son, the exiled James III, they became known as Jacobites, and over the next eighty years, they carried on a domestic and international campaign to restore the Stuart claimants to the British throne. When the Scottish poet Robert Burns looked back on the loss of Scottish independence through its union with England, he blamed it on the greed of a few corrupt nobles, who were “bought and sold for English gold” by “a parcel of rogues in a nation.” As many Jacobites followed their kings into exile, they took their Stuart-ScottishMasonic traditions and networks with them into countries of refuge abroad. And here is where my story of the Masonic mystery of Bonnie Prince Charlie begins–and, surprisingly, it begins in the Protestant-Lutheran kingdom of Sweden.

     In 1717, the year when the Grand Lodge of England was formed, the Hanoverian-Whig government had recently been seriously frightened by the exposure of a Swedish-Jacobite plot, in which the great warrior king, Charles XII of Sweden, secretly agreed to invade Scotland at the head of a Swedish-Jacobite army. Angered by the actions of the German Elector of Hanover, who became King George I of Britain in 1714, the Swedish king determined to reclaim Sweden’s territories on the North Sea that had been conquered and occupied by George’s armies and allies. According to some Masonic historians, fear about Jacobite-Masonic involvement in the Swedish plot led the Hanoverians to organize the Grand Lodge in order to render the fraternity loyal to the government. Over the next twelve years, Hanoverian Whigs and crypto-Jacobite Tories would struggle for control of the fraternity, even though officially there was to be no discussion of religion or politics in lodge meetings.

     Despite Whig propaganda that branded all Jacobites as intolerant Papist puppets, the Swedish king believed in James III’s repeated promises to implement complete religious toleration upon his restoration. Thus, Charles XII declared a similar policy of “liberty of conscience” for all Swedish territories. Unfortunately, his death on the Norwegian battlefield in December 1718, when he was on the verge of invading Scotland, meant that his toleration policy was ignored and even disappeared from Swedish historical accounts. It is virtually unknown in Sweden today, but I discovered the document in an obscure church archive and will soon publish it..

     After a bitter struggle for the Swedish succession, British bribery and military threats gained the throne for Prince Fredrick of Hesse, son-in-law of Charles XII, but supporters of the rival candidate, Duke Charles Frederick of Holstein, nephew and preferred choice of Charles XII, continued to campaign for his legitimate right to the succession. Over the next decades, the Holstein party played a role similar to the Jacobites as they supported “Pretenders” to their respective thrones. The word Pretender comes from the French “prétendant,” meaning claimant or candidate, and had no negative connotation in France and Sweden, though in England it came to imply a fraudulent pretense to the throne. Significantly, both Swedish parties–Hessians and Holsteiners– were staunchly Protestant, as were the majority of Jacobites in the British Isles. But, the victors wrote the history, and even today, most history books equate the Jacobites with Catholic absolutism and tyranny. Thus, they conveniently ignore the decades-long support of Protestant Sweden for the Stuart claimants.

     In December 1720, the Polish wife of the exiled James III gave birth to Prince Charles Edward Stuart, who was groomed from his youth to idolize and emulate the Swedish king, Charles XII. From his childhood tutor, the Scottish philosopher Andrew Michael Ramsay, he could have learned that in 1722 Ramsay and the Earl of Mar, both Jacobite Freemasons, had established, with the permission of James III, a secret military order of chivalry in Scotland, which initiated the chiefs of Jacobite clans into a fraternal network dedicated to a Stuart restoration. The Earl of Mar, before his exile, was a brilliant practising architect, who maintained close relations with Scottish operative Masons, and he continued to exploit his international Masonic contacts (especially with Sweden and Russia) to serve the Stuart cause. When Mar fell from favor, due to Scottish-English factionalism among the exiles, the quasi-Masonic order of chivalry went underground and was maintained only by Mar’s loyal supporters in Scotland. As we shall see, the survival of this clandestine military order of chivalry will provide a clue to our Masonic mystery.

      In 1729, when Ramsay visited England, the Jacobite Masons had accomplished a coup by electing the 8th Duke of Norfolk, a crypto-Jacobite Catholic, to the Grand Mastership of the Grand Lodge of London. During Norfolk’s visit to France in 1730, the Jacobite Masons in Paris initiated three Swedish noblemen, members of the Holstein party, and this outreach was commemorated by Norfolk’s presentation of the famous sword of the seventeenth Swedish king, Gustavus Adolphus, to serve as the ceremonial sword at meetings of the Grand Lodge in London. (The sword is currently exhibited in the Grand Lodge Museum in London, but with no indication of its original political significance). Meanwhile, in Rome, the teenaged prince Charles Edward was trained in the military tactics of the late Charles XII, and he undertook a grueling physical regimen in order to achieve the legendary strength and stamina of the Swedish soldiers. He also became interested in the role that Freemasonry played in the Jacobite-Swedish collaboration.

     In 1737 Charles Edward was informed about Ramsay’s famous oration in Paris, in which his former tutor recounted the influence of Jewish temple mysticism and crusader chivalry on the medieval development of Scottish and French Freemasonry. The prince expressed his longing to get a full copy of the oration and his desire to join the fraternity when he came of age. According to some Scottish oral traditions, he secretly joined the Jacobite lodge in Rome, which included Protestant and Catholic members of the Stuart court, despite his father’s objection and the Papal ban against the fraternity in 1738. The prince’s friend, Cardinal Lambertini, a strong supporter of the Stuarts, called the ban the Papacy’s worst political mistake, and rumors circulated that the Cardinal himself had earlier been initiated. Two years later, when Lambertini became the enlightened Pope Benedict XIV, he did not rigorously enforce the ban, which was not implemented in France, Ireland, or several other Catholic states. Thus, many Catholic churchmen and laymen continued to join the fraternity..

     In 1737 Charles Edward met an especially interesting member of the Roman lodge, the young Swedish architect, Carl Johan Cronstedt, who was an expert on Charles XII’s military tactics for fast-moving campaigns. When Cronstedt returned to Paris, he reported on his experiences to his friend, the Swedish scientist and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg, who had been initiated in an operative lodge in London in 1710 and then served as a secret agent in the Swedish-Jacobite plot of 1714-17. Employed as a military engineer by Charles XII, Swedenborg was ordered by the king to examine the Swedish craft guilds, including the operative Masonic guilds, and to recommend reforms to improve their expertise and status, similar to developments in Scotland and Stuart England.. But Charles XII’s death and victory of the Hessian party aborted Swedenborg’s reform effort, and he and his political allies suffered persecution over the next years.

     Twenty years later, the increasingly influential Holstein party became known as the “Hats,” versus the Hessian “Caps,” and they sent Swedenborg on a secret mission to France, where he participated in Jacobite Masonic affairs, during the Grand Mastership of the charismatic Earl of Derwentwater, a confidante of the Stuart princes. In 1738 Swedenborg was sent to Italy, where he evidently met James III and his two sons in a secret chamber in the Stuart palace. He spent much time with Senator Nils Bielke, a Swedish convert to Catholicism, who had been initiated by Derwentwater in Paris and who was close to James III and his sons. Through Bielke, who served as an intelligence for the French king, Louis XV, Swedenborg became involved in a French plot to gain Spanish funding for Swedish troops to join a Jacobite invasion of Britain. In 1739 Swedenborg made a previously unknown journey to Spain, and the funds were indeed sent to Swedish diplomats in Paris, but the plot did not materialize because of ministerial changes in Madrid. Meanwhile, the Hats gained control of the Swedish government, and Bielke noted happily that his brother-in-law Count Carl Gustaf Tessin, was not only the Hats’ political leader but also served as the Grand Master of Swedish Freemasonry. Tessin, who had sent Swedenborg to Spain, looked forward to the time when the energetic Stuart prince could replace his cautious father and take charge of the Jacobite movement.

     Four years later, Swedenborg was living quietly in Holland, where he worked on his scientific treatises, while pursuing Kabbalistic studies and meditation experiments, which produced states of visionary trance and spirit-communication. In February 1744, his spiritual quest was interrupted by the announcement of the sudden arrival of Charles Edward Stuart in France, which was enthusiastically reported by Swedenborg’s diplomatic friends at The Hague. Swedenborg, who received a secret pension from the French king, was now reactivated as a Franco-Jacobite intelligence agent. With France and England currently at war on the Continent, Charles Edward worked with the Scottish Mason, George Keith, the former Earl Marischal of Scotland, to organize a full-fledged Franco-Swedish-Jacobite invasion of Britain. After Swedenborg received orders to move to London, he was initiated into the Jacobite high degrees in a mystical Masonic ceremony at The Hague. He recorded this in the coded language of a dream diary. [QUOTE #3]. However, at age 56, he was worried about his capacity to carry out his assigned mission to London, which he described as bringing in a Trojan horse in order to conquer the city.[QUOTE #4]. Over the next months, as violent storms and French political factionalism delayed the planned invasion, Swedenborg laid low in London and pursued his mystical studies.

     Then, in July 1745, Charles Edward and his most aggressive Masonic supporters determined to go ahead with the invasion, despite the objections of Marischal Keith and Louis XV. As a trusted initiate of the Jacobite high degrees and a secret intelligence agent, Swedenborg evidently received word of the planned Masonic participation, which drew upon the Templar rituals and symbolism of the most loyal Jacobite lodges. Stimulated by his Kabbalistic meditation techniques, Swedenborg believed that that he now possessed second-sight or clairvoyance, and he recorded his prophetic visions of the return of the exiled Jacobites who will restore their prince. [QUOTE #5]. These predictions, written in an unpublished manuscript from May to July 1745, would soon be fulfilled, after Charles Edward and seven supporters abruptly sailed for Scotland in August. Swedenborg sensed that he was on increasingly “thin ice” in London, and he abruptly departed on a dangerous voyage to Sweden. He later recorded that he arrived in Stockholm on a significant date, August 30 [new style], when Charles Edward raised the Stuart standard at Glennfinnan and proclaimed his father’s right to the throne of his ancestors.

     As the Jacobite troops marched victoriously through Scotland, they were joined by a contingent of Swedish soldiers from the Royal Suèdois regiment of the French army. These Swedish Jacobites believed that “Bonnie Prince Charlie” was re-enacting the heroic exploits of their beloved Charles XII. They may also have learned about a remarkable ceremony in Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh–a ceremony that would be enshrined in Swedish Masonic tradition. On 30 September 1745, the Duke of Perth wrote from Edinburgh to Lord Ogilvy: [QUOTE #6].

     It is suggestive that one of the prince’s seven companions, George Kelly, had been employed by Ramsay to translate his French oration into English. Kelly was thus familiar with his version of Kabbalistic and Templar influences on the development of Scottish Freemasonry, and he was also privy to Ramsay’s collaboration with Mar in organizing the quasi-Masonic military order of chivalry in 1722. Another probably witness in Holyrood Palace was Magnus Wilhelm Armfelt, a Swedish soldier, whose son would help a later Swedish king revive the Templar ceremony performed in Holyrood Palace. After the terrible defeat of the Jacobite army at Culloden in 1746, many Scottish and Swedish soldiers fled to Gothenburg, where they were welcomed by their Masonic brothers, who helped them make their way to exile on the Continent. Among the refugees in Sweden was Lord Ogilvy, recipient of the letter describing Charles Edward’s initiation and elevation as Grand Master of the Order of the Temple. During the dangerous months when the prince hid out in the Highlands, the Swedes sent two ships to rescue him, but he eventually found his way to France by other means.

     According to Whig historiography, the Jacobite cause was now dead, and most history books continue to paint Culloden as the death-blow to the movement. However, as we shall see, the struggle continued over the next forty years, and the Swedish Hats were among its staunchest supporters. The Hats’ hatred of the Hanoverian regime in Britain was reinforced in 1747, when they discovered a plot to make George II’s son, the Duke of Cumberland, successor to the Swedish throne. Reviled as “Butcher Cumberland,” because of his policy of brutal reprisal against the Scottish rebels, he was constantly compared, unfavorably, to “Bonnie Prince Charlie,” who called for merciful treatment of prisoners on both sides. The British agent of the plot was arrested and summarily executed in Stockholm..

     Meanwhile in Paris, Charles Edward repeatedly expressed his anger about the inadequate suppport he received from France. Eventually his defiance and disresepect towards Louis XV so angered the king that he succumbed to British pressure and ordered the prince’s arrest and expulsion from French territory–acts which provoked widespread popular protest.. In February 1749 Charles Edward suddenly disappeared from Avignon and began the nine years of mysterious wandering that fed the legend of his role as the “Masked Knight” at Jacobite lodge meetings. His biographer Frank McLynn observes that Charles Edward was always at least one step ahead of those who sought him. His abilities at playing a Scarlet Pimpernel role were pronounced. The prince would have made a perfect secret agent… Techniques of disinformation, the art of disguise, the ability to cover his tracks, all these came as second nature to Charles Edward…. During the obscure years from 1749 to 1758 the combined espionage efforts of Europe could not get a proper fix on a man who was arguably the greatest celebrity of the time.

     The British government sent spies and assassins all over Europe, but conflicting reports circulated about the prince’s whereabouts. Most diplomats and intelligencers believed that he had gone to Sweden. The French foreign minister d’Argenson argued that he would recover the money given by the Jacobites to Charles XII. [QUOTE #7]. He definitely acquired a passport to travel to Sweden, and a draft copy, written by the prince, survives in the unpublished Stuart Papers at Windsor Castle. [QUOTE #8]. Provocatively, on the passport, the prince is called “Soleil d’Or, Milete de Bretagne” (Golden Sun, Knight of Britain), which was the ritual title for the Grand Master of the Templars. In my forthcoming book, I argue that Senator Bielke and Swedenborg intended to accompany him on the journey. A Jacobite publication in 1750 claimed that he indeed visited Sweden, and a nineteenth-century account affirmed that he was welcomed with full royal honors by the Swedish Masons. However, documentary proof of such a visit is still lacking, though searches are beginning in the previously closed Swedish Masonic archives.

     Throughout the 1750s and 60s, rumors about Charles Edwards’s Masonic activities circulated all over Europe. In France, the Grand Master Clermont maintained an elite, royalist Masonic rite–with Kabbalistic and Rose Cross degrees–in honor of the Stuart prince. In Britain he was still considered the hidden Grand Master of the secretive Royal Order of Heredom of Kilwinning. However, as he sunk deeper into alcoholism, the Hanoverians sent out a barrage of propaganda claiming that he was a spent force and moral degenerate. In 1774, Lambert de Lintot, the French Master of a Heredom lodge in London, announced the removal of Charles Edward from his position as Grand Master. He and seventy lodge members vowed to “give no recognition to any Constitution in the name of the said Charles Edward, in the three kingdoms of Great Britain.” But in Sweden the Hats maintained their faith in the Young Pretender, who after his father’s death, called himself Charles III. The ambitious Swedish king, Gustav III, believed that Charles Edward’s recent marriage and determination to overcome his alcoholism boded well for new Swedish-Jacobite initiatives.

     Gustav III and his two brothers, Duke Carl of Soudermania and Duke Adolph Frederick of Ostrogothia, were Jacobite Masons, and the royalist Swedish Rite was closely affiliated with the Clermont Rite. In 1774 the king appointed Duke Carl as Grand Master, and he immediately established Stuart lodges which granted elite degrees of “Stuart Brothers.” In 1776 Duke Adolph Frederick, chief of the Swedish military lodges, travelled to Italy, where Charles Edward gave him a patent to serve as his representative in “all the lodges in the North.” The royal brothers then undertook a secret Masonic correspondence with the prince, in which they expressed their full belief in his role as Grand Master of the Order of the Temple. These letters survive today in the unpublished Stuart Papers at Windsor Castle and in the Masonic archives in Stockholm.

      In 1781 Gustav proclaimed full religious toleration in Sweden, admitting Catholics and Jews. In so doing, he fulfilled the promises made by Charles XII and the Stuart Pretenders. He also made Freemasonry an instrument of state, and he extended the Swedish Rite into enemy territories, such as Russia and Prussia, where it operated as a political and esoteric “fifth column.” He believed that the legendary loyalty of the Scottish Highlanders during and after the Jacobite rebellion of 1745 was inspired by their Masonic bonds and mystical royalism. His brother, DukeCarl, believed further that Kabbalistic and Swedenborgian rituals would contribute to Sweden’s military potency, and in 1783 he began the construction of a secret Masonic Sanctuary, modelled on Solomon’s Temple, in the royal palace. He began to wear a Grand Master’s robe elaborately embroidered with Kabbalistic symbols, such as the Sephirotic Tree and the Seal of Solomon.

     In 1783, as German rivals in the Strict Observance system claimed Masonic superiority over the Swedish Rite, Gustav III determined to meet with the Young Pretender in order to learn the truth about his role in the Order of the Temple. Thus, in November, he travelled to Italy, accompanied by Gustav Mauritz Armfelt, son of the Swedish soldier who marched with the prince from Prestonpans to Culloden. During long emotional sessions with the elderly Pretender, Gustav wept at his accounts of the heroism of the Highlanders and the slaughter at Culloden. The two Masons then discussed the necessity of restoring the Temple of Jerusalem, if only in spiritual and ritualistic terms, and Gustav promised to solicit funds from his Masonic allies to support the ailing prince. In return, Charles Edward named the Swedish king his successor as Grand Master of the Templars, in the event of his death. Despite the secrecy of their meetings, the British ambassador Horace Mann had a spy in Gustav’s entourage who reported the whole affair to him. In the 1730s Mann had been a member of the Hanoverian lodge in Florence, but he was ignorant about developments in Jacobite Freemasonry during the 1750s and 60s, and he was baffled by the Swedish king’s belief in their traditions.[QUOTE #9].

      In 1788, when the Stuart Pretender died, a messenger was sent from Italy to Sweden with the patent naming Gustav III the Grand Master of the Order of the Temple. As the Swedish king prepared to declare war on Russia, he hoped that the legendary loyalty and courage of the Jacobite Masons during the great rebellion of 1745 would be transferred to his Swedish troops. But Russian military might prevailed, and chivalry was indeed dead. As we now know, the victors did indeed write the history–which eliminated this romantic tale of Masonic mystery and mysticism from their official narrative. Nevertheless, with the gradual opening up of Masonic archives in Sweden, Russia, and Eastern Europe, the full story of Bonnie Prince Charlie, the Jacobite Masons, and their Swedish supporters is beginning to emerge from the historical shadows.

Quotes

Quote 1

For we be brethren of the Rosie Cross, We have the Mason word, and second sight, Things for to come we can foretell aright. And shall we show what misterie we mean, In fair acrosticks Carolus Rex is seen. –Henry Adamson, The Muses Threnodie (Edinburgh, 1638).

Quote 2

The Branch of the Lodge of Solomon’s Temple…is as I can easily prove the Antientist and Purest now on Earth. The famous old Scottish Lodge of Kilwinning of which all the Kings of Scotland have been from Time to Time Grand Masters without Interruption down from the days of Fergus…[who] was carefully instructed in all the Arts and Sciences, especially in the natural Magick, and the Cabalistical Philosophy… Speaking of the Cabala, as Masonry was call’d in those Days… –Jonathan Swift, Letter from the Grand Mistress of the Female Freemasons (Dublin, 1724).

Quote 3

I was first brought into association with others… I was bandaged [blindfolded] and wrapped… I was inaugurated in a wonderful manner. And then it was said, “Can any Jacobite be more than honest?” So at last I was received with an embrace… it was a mystical series. –Emanuel Swedenborg, Journal of Dreams (The Hague, 5 April 1744).

Quote 4

It seemed to me that we worked long and hard to bring in a chest, in which were lain precious things which had long lain there; just as it was a long work with Troy; at last one went in underneath and eased it onwards; it was thus gotten as conquered; and we sawed and sawed… –Emanuel Swedenborg, Journal of Dreams (Amsterdam,18 April 1744).

Quote 5

Hear, O Isles, and ye people from afar off; Jova hath called me…a servant, to bring again to him the Jacobites, and to gather to him the Israelites… I will use thee for making a covenant with men, that thou mayest occupy possessions that lie waste; that thou mayest command the prisoners to come out…

That he hath redeemed the Jacobite, and will deliver him from prison; for thou wast precious unto me. I will gather thee from the west and the east. I will command the north, that it give up; and the south, that it refuse not to bring my sons from afar…

Upon an exceeding high mountain…was the building of a city. There he saw a man having in his hand a measuring line. A wall surrounded the temple without, and he measured all the things… The splendour of Jova came into the temple by way of the gate looking to the east–he showed the place of the throne… The prince he shall settle in the sanctuary.–The northern gate. –Emanuel Swedenborg, “The Messiah about to Come” MS. (London, May-July 1745). .

Quote 6

It is truly a proud thing to see our Prince again in the Palace of his Fathers, with all the best blood of Scotland around him he is much beloved of all souls, and we cannot fail to make the pestilent England smoke for it… On Tuesday last there was a solemn chapter of the ancient order of chivalry of the Temple of Jerusalem, held in the audience room. Not more than ten Knights were present, for since my Lord of Mar demitted the office of G Master, no general meeting has been called, save in your own North Convent, our Noble Prince looked most gallantly in the white robe of the order, took his profession like a worthy Knight, and after receiving the congratulations of all present, did vow that he would restore the Temple higher than it was in the days of William the Lyon. Then my Lord Athol did demit as Regent, and his Rl Highness was elected G Master, I write you knowing how you love the order. –Duke of Perth to Lord Ogilvy (Edinburgh, 30 September 1745).

Quote 7

We have news that Prince Edward has safely reached Switzerland; but some people think that from there he will go to Sweden. He has a large sum of money in Sweden, more than 15,000 florins, which his father ceded to him. They come from a purpose Charles XII had, shortly before his death, of succouring the Pretender; he obtained that sum from the Jacobite party for the purpose of sending 10,000 men into England… Prince Edward will recover his debt on making himself known. –Marquis d’Argenson (Journal, 20 March 1749).

Quote 8

Commission au Soleil d’Or Milete de Bretagne en sa maison dans le faubourg de Liege… Mr. le Comte de Bielk Suedois et une de meme pour servire a la meme persone Mr le Baron de Douglas pour passe et repasse…au royaume…pour six mois.. –Draft passport for Prince Charles Edward [Douglas], Count Bielke, and another Swede to travel to Sweden (Stuart Papers, ca. 1749-50).

Quote 9

His Swedish Majesty has…taken other steps, which though they may appear ludicrous, are not less certain. It is supposed that when the Order of the Templars was suppressed and the Individuals were persecuted, some of them secreted themselves in the High Lands of Scotland and that from them, either arose, or that they united themselves to the Society of Free Masons, of which the Kings of Scotland were supposed to be hereditary Grand Masters. From this Principle the present Pretender has let himself be persuaded that the Grand Mastership devolved to him, in which quality in the year 1776, He granted a Patent to the Duke of Ostrogothica (who was then here) by which he appointed him his Vicar in all the Lodges in the North, which that Prince some time after resigned as many of the Lodges in those parts for want of authentick proofs, refused to acknowledge the pretended Hereditary Succession to that Denomination. Nevertheless the King of Sweden during his stay here obtained a Patent from the Pretender in due form by which He has appointed His Swedish Majesty his Coadjutor and Successor to the Grand Mastership of all the Lodges in the North, on obtaining which…the King expressed his greatest joy. –Ambassador Horace Mann to John Udny (Florence, 30 December 1783).

AGENDA 21 ,   AGENDA  2030 ,  AGENDA 2050  and the  NEW WORLD ORDER

     The Illuminati seek to establish Plato’s Republic as our international government or “New World Order”. Their ruling classes, which make up 1% of the population, seek to eliminate 90% of the world’s population and replace it with a genetically manipulated “Master Race” that has been “mind-programmed” to serve its masters.

     In actuality, Rockefeller Jr. donated the land for the construction of the Masonic Temple in Forest Hills, Ohio.

     “In 1923 Rockefeller conveyed ownership of Forest Hill to his son for $2.8 million. Rockefeller, Jr. sold or donated portions of the estate for the Huron Road Hospital (1924), the Masonic Temple onBelmore Road(1924) and Kirk Junior High School (1929)” Source.

     The donation of land by the Rockefellers was reserved for those causes that forwarded the agenda of the Illuminati and their New World Order. For example, they donated the land for the United Nations. (Source)

SEE  REES  MINERALS AND MOBSTERS

The Blue Line  (  PINK LINE PARK  )   Mafia goes  Wild

What Exactly Lies in the LAND

agenda 2030

See  Wilderness Society, UNESCO

Can You Say   GLOBAL  Planning and  Zoning and  WORLD GOVERNMENT 3 times FAST ?

UNITED NATIONS  WORLD GOVERNMENT

Afghanistan

Albania

Algeria

Andorra

Angola

Antigua and Barbuda

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Barbados

Belarus

Belgium

Belize

Benin

Bolivia (Plurinational State of)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Brazil

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Cabo Verde

Cambodia

Cameroon

Canada

Central African Republic

Chad

Chile

China

Colombia

Congo

Costa Rica

Côte d’Ivoire

Croatia

Cuba

Cyprus

Czechia

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Denmark

Dominica

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Eritrea

Estonia

Ethiopia

Fiji

Finland

France

Gabon

Gambia (the)

Georgia

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guatemala

Guinea

Haiti

Holy See

Honduras

Hungary

Iceland

India

Indonesia

Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Iraq

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Jerusalem (Site proposed by Jordan)

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kenya

Kiribati

Kyrgyzstan

Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Latvia

Lebanon

Lesotho

Libya

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Madagascar

Malawi

Malaysia

Mali

Malta

Marshall Islands

Mauritania

Mauritius

Mexico

Micronesia (Federated States of)

Mongolia

Montenegro

Morocco

Mozambique

Myanmar

Namibia

Nepal

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nicaragua

Niger

Nigeria

Norway

Oman

Pakistan

Palau

Palestine

Panama

Papua New Guinea

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Republic of Korea

Republic of Moldova

Romania

Russian Federation

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia

San Marino

Saudi Arabia

Senegal

Serbia

Seychelles

Singapore

Slovakia

Slovenia

Solomon Islands

South Africa

Spain

Sri Lanka

Sudan

Suriname

Sweden

Switzerland

Syrian Arab Republic

Tajikistan

Thailand

the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Togo

Tunisia

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Uganda

Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

United Republic of Tanzania

United States of America

Uruguay

Uzbekistan

Vanuatu

Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

Viet Nam

Yemen

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Notes
  1. Extension of the “Australian East Coast Temperate and Subtropical Rainforest Park”.name changed 2007 from ‘Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves (Australia)’
  2. Renomination of “Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park” under cultural criteria.
  3. The “Belfries of Flanders and Wallonia” which were previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, are part of the transnational property “The Belfries of Belgium and France”.
  4. Extension of “Jaú National Park”.
  5. Extension of the “Glacier Bay/Wrangell/St Elias/Kluane” property.
  6. The “Burgess Shale” property, which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the “Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks”.
  7. Extension of “The Potala Palace and the Jokhang Temple Monastery, Lhasa” to include the Norbulingka area.
  8. The “Belfries of Flanders and Wallonia” which were previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, are part of the transnational property “The Belfries of Belgium and France”.
  9. The “Chateau and Estate of Chambord”, which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the “Loire Valley between Sully-sur-Loire and Chalonnes”.
  10. The “Hadrian’s Wall” which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the transnational property “Frontiers of the Roman Empire”.
  11. At the time the property was extended, cultural criterion (iv) was also found applicable.
  12. The “Brihadisvara Temple, Tanjavur”, which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the “Great Living Chola Temples”.
  13. At the time the property was extended, cultural criterion (iv) was also found applicable.
  14. At the time the property was extended, criteria (iii) and (v) were also found applicable.
  15. The Committee decided to extend the existing cultural property, the “Temple of Ggantija”, to include the five prehistoric temples situated on the islands of Malta and Gozo and to rename the property as “The Megalithic Temples of Malta”.
  16. The Westland and Mount Cook National Park and the Fiordland National Park, which were previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, are part of the “Te Wahipounamu – South West New Zealand”.
  17. The “Convent Ensemble of San Francisco de Lima”, which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the “Historic Centre of Lima”.
  18. Extension de « Sites d’art rupestre préhistorique de la vallée de Côa », Portugal
  19. Extension of “Biertan and its Fortified Church”.
  20. At the time the property was extended, natural criterion (iv) was also found applicable.
  21. Extension of the “Alhambra and the Generalife, Granada”, to include the Albayzin quarter.
  22. Extension of the “Mosque of Cordoba”.
  23. The property “Parque Güell, Palacio Güell and Casa Mila in Barcelona”, previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the “Works of Antoni Gaudí”.
  24. Extension of the “Churches of the Kingdom of the Asturias”, to include monuments in the city of Oviedo.
  25. Extension of the “Mudejar Architecture of Teruel”.
  26. Extension de « Sites d’art rupestre préhistorique de la vallée de Côa », Portugal
  27. Following a survey of ownership carried out in the late 1960s, ownership of the totality of the walls was vested in 1973 in the Spanish State, through the Ministry of Education and Science. It was transferred to the Xunta de Galicia by Royal Decree in 1994.The Spanish Constitution reserves certain rights in relation to the heritage to the central government. However, these are delegated to the competent agencies in the Autonomous Communities, in this case the Xunta de Galicia. For the Lugo walls the Xunta is in the position of both owner and competent agency. Under the Galician Heritage Law the Xunta is required to cooperate with the municipal authorities in ensuring the protection and conservation of listed monuments, and certain functions are delegated down to them. The Xunta operates through its General Directorate of Cultural Heritage (Dirección General de Patrimonio Cultural), based in Santiago de Compostela.The Master Plan for the Conservation and Restoration of the Roman Walls of Lugo (1992) covered proposals for actions to be taken in respect of research and techniques of restoration. This was followed in 1997 by the Special Plan for the Protection and Internal Reform of the Fortified Enceinte of the Town of Lugo, which is concerned principally with the urban environment of the historic town. However, it has a direct impact on the protection afforded to the walls, in terms of traffic planning, the creation of open spaces, and regulation of building heights. Another planning instrument which affects the walls is the Special Plan for the Protection of the Miño [river], approved by the municipality at the beginning of 1998.There is at the present time no management plan sensu stricto for the walls in operation in Lugo: work is continuing on the basis of the 1992 plan. Nor is there a technical unit specifically responsible for the conservation and restoration of the walls. It is against this background that serious consideration is being given to the creation of an independent foundation, under royal patronage and with representatives from government, academic, voluntary, and business institutions, to work with the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage of Galicia. The work plan of this body would include the development and implementation of integrated conservation, restoration, and maintenance programmes.
  28. The WH area is managed directly by the Divisional Forest Officer from the Forest Dept. A national steering Committee co-ordinates institutions for Sinharaja as a National Wilderness Area, Biosphere Reserve (1988), and WH site. There are two management plans, prepared in 1985/86 and 1992/94, which emphasise conservation, scientific research, buffer zone management, benefit-sharing, and community participation.
  29. In 1979, the Committee decided to inscribe the Ohrid Lake on the World Heritage List under natural criteria (iii). In 1980, this property was extended to include the cultural and historical area, and cultural criteria (i)(iii)(iv) were added.
  30. The “Hadrian’s Wall” which was previously inscribed on the World Heritage List, is part of the transnational property “Frontiers of the Roman Empire”.
  31. Extension of “Gough Island Wildlife Reserve”.
  32. (renomination under cultural criteria)
  33. Extension of the “Glacier Bay/Wrangell/St Elias/Kluane” property.

*: transboundary property

#: As for 19 Natural and Mixed Properties inscribed for geological values before 1994, criteria numbering of this property has changed. See Decision 30.COM 8D.1

 

WHO IS IT EXACTLY  Driving the  WORLD GOVERNMENT …. 

Global Planning and  Zoning Bus ???

Lets Take a Look

http://shannonleegilstad.me/unesco-world-heritage-sites-map.html

WHO LIVES IN SARANAC LAKE / THE ADIRONDACKS and takes Obama Fishing ?

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The  NEW , OLD  Fabian Communal, SOCIALIST  and His Pals  go figure ….

YES  It Takes  a  CANTONAL  FOREST COMMUNAL VILLAGE

 

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What are the Chances ….. Gifford Pinchot  Roosevelt’s  MASONIC BUDDY came from the  Vanderbilt Castle and the Pisgah National Forest  

     Comprised of over 500,000 acres, the Pisgah is primarily a hardwood forest with whitewater rivers, waterfalls and hundreds of miles of trails. This national forest is home of the first tract of land purchased under the Weeks Act of 1911 which led to the creation of the national forests in the eastern United States.

     The Pisgah National Forest is a land of mile-high peaks, cascading waterfalls, and heavily forested slopes. Comprised of over 500,000 acres, the Pisgah is primarily a hardwood forest with whitewater rivers, waterfalls and hundreds of miles of trails. This national forest is home of the first tract of land purchased under the Weeks Act of 1911 which led to the creation of the national forests in the eastern United States.             It is also home of the first school of forestry in the United States, now preserved at the Cradle of Forestry in America historic site, and boasts two of  the first designated wilderness areas in the east.

WHO PRECISELY OWNS ALL THE  INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS AND RESOURCES in the  Wild Areas and SO CALLED  PUBLIC LANDS  ???  

excited by this long-term revenue source ?

History_03_03_Settlement

ObamaFishing
President Barack Obama casts his line while fishing for trout on the East Gallatin River near Belgrade, Mont., August 14, 2009. The President hooked about 6 fish, but did not land any during his first fly fishing outing. (Official White House photo by Pete Souza) This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, advertisements, emails, products, promotions that in any way suggests approval or endorsement of the President, the First Family, or the White House.

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Communal, Cantonal, Manorial, Plantation, Reservation, Socialist, Communist Forests  NOT A THEORY  …..   Rather  a  FACT

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ComunistForests

The GRAND HEIST …. 

Mining The Hudson River   RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSES

SAND THE NEW GOLD

SwampFox <notjuris@gmail.com>

Jul 27 (2 days ago)

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Sand Mining  GEE  I wonder what Is washing outta  the  Adirondack Dome

 
Good Ol  SAND  MINERS …. Like  David  Decker and His  Rothschilds and Hochschilds and  Beaur / Rockefeller  Buddies.   You Know  I-Metals and NYCO and what  AMEX and the  Rathschild Natural Resouces Corp and  Hey   GE  and  the  Chinese  and what all those  EXTRACTION CORPORATION down at NUCLEAR ALLEY …   What are the  Chances  RIGHT.
 
An Investigation Documentary by Award-Winning Director Denis Delestrac.

The VAST TREASURE TROVE  in the  Adirondack Mantel ….  Millions of Years of  SAND,  GRAVEL  and  SILT ….  Known to the Rothschilds  and  Hochschilds  and  Rockefellers   WORTH  100s even 1000s  of times  A  KING’s  RANSOM.

 
What is being Train Freighted to  NUCLEAR ALLEY  ???
 
Certainly  NOT  Worthless  Materials ….  Who Exactly is doing the  ASSAY’s  for  the  People of the  State of  New York ?   Who precisely OWNS  Cashman Dredging and what is  GE and It’s Partners in  CHINA  extracting from the  People’s  River ?
 
Notice the  Heavily  Carbonized  BLACK SHALES  noted in this  Geological Inventory
Full of  RADIOACTIVE  What Exactly  ???
 

Seems  Ole  David  Decker is  a  SAND  HARVESTER ….  

What are the Chances of That ?
 
Sand Harvesting Database  (  Incomplete  )
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Elizabeth Bay, Namibia
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Research (South Africe)
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None Stated
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Delaware: Part 2 – Biological Considerations
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the United States Outer Continental Shelf
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Shallow Water: An Example from the Mid-Atlantic
Coast of the United States
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On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 12:27 PM, SwampFox <notjuris@gmail.com> wrote:

What is astonishing is  how  NYS  Targeted Land For  Acquisition.   You see It would appear that the  MAN MADE  WETLANDS  caused by the  Damming of the  Mill Pond  were  HIGH on Their List of  THEY WANTED THE SWAMP.

George Stewart, Robert Stewart and Richard Bartlett   WERE ALL IN ON THE  SCAM.
The STATE OF NEW YORK  Conservation Commission  KNEW  FULLY WELL  that the  MILL POND  DAM  was  a  DISASTER  EVERY YEAR  because the  Spillways  are  54%  WAY TO SMALL.
 
 

I DARE CALL IT CONSPIRACY …. Ask the Hammonds, Bundys and the Finicums and all the Others Who Have Been TARGETED for Their LANDS …… Ammon Bundy is Openly Talking about SOCIALISTS   Imagine That ….. The SOCIALIST Land Grabbers of NEW ENGLAND …. The Ancient Thefts …..

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