04 January 2016

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The fracas in Oregon sure does underscore that if you don't own it, you can't control it.

And if you have to get permission to do it, it's not a right.

And never trust the government.

I may be late to the game, but I'm starting to see parallels with the environmentalists pushing the government to create all these refuges this fallow land and The Church swallowing up property all over Europe in the way-back days.

Property controlled by a small number of people with goals can differ significantly from the wants and needs of the people of the nation.

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