Watch These Park Service Employees Brag About Stealing Land

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Officially, our national parks exist to preserve land for environmental and recreational purposes. In reality, the parks that are run by our government have nothing to do with preservation. The real responsibility of the park system is to swindle Americans, force them off their land, and help the federal government accumulate natural resources by force.

That objective becomes crystal clear the moment you see this video portraying park service employees having a celebration dinner in 2005, for the former superintendent of the Mojave National Preserve Mary Martin, who they refer to as the “acquisition queen.” The video starts with one of the employees telling the story of how they acquired a $40 million mine from two World War Two veterans for $2.5 million. “We’re the bad guys.” she says “We come in, and we take this land. And we always take it for less than it’s worth.”

Later on, another park service employee makes a game out of guessing the 111,550.54 privately owned “acres acquired under the acquisition queen’s regime,”  and the winner received a lottery ticket. You can’t make this stuff up. Watch the full video below if you can stomach it.

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  • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

    Constitutionally, the park service can’t own land.
    If they are willing to waive their rights to self-incrimination in public, we should be more willing to give them public trials and long punitive sentences to dissuade future criminality.

    • NonYo Business

      when has anything our federal friends have done been constitutional?

      • http://www.houseofpaine.org/ Lewie Paine

        It’s all constitutional , my friend. Just ask the ‘supreme court.’
        The constitution is little more than a wealth transfer mechanism.

      • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

        The only federal friend I ever had was a LE park ranger who bailed immediately after he vested, because he hadn’t become one to be an enforcer. The constitution hasn’t earned anything but lip service from elected officials since long before anyone on this group was born.

    • http://www.houseofpaine.org/ Lewie Paine

      When you speak of, ‘we’ are you identifying with the US government? If so, are you aware that ‘you’ (plural) have recently bombed a couple of Doctors Without Borders hospitals, one in Afghanistan and another in Yemen? Are you aware that ‘you’ torture people in Gitmo, Abu Ghraib, Kandahar, and many other ‘black sites?’
      Why would you (singular) associate with such an evil gang?

    • EnemyOfTheState

      This is a great example of why ALL federal employees should be stripped of their job and put on regular welfare (not gov. job welfare). It would definitely humble some and destroy the rest. Pigs, all of them.

      • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

        If the Constitution were to be restored and enforced in the original intent of its writers, 99% of the federal workforce would have to be permanently laid off.

        • Daniel F. Melton

          You mean 99% of those not sentenced to be executed for criminal acts under the auspices of “government service”.

          • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Capital murder and treason are the only crimes that are going to be subject to such onerous sentences, and again, they all have sovereign immunity and plausible deniability.

          • Daniel F. Melton

            The Nuremberg trials removed the “Just following orders” defense.

          • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

            As does the unlawful order provision of the UCMJ, which most military are ignorant of, and then afraid to exercise. Sovereign immunity and plausible deniability have nothing to do with an individuals culpability in committing crimes.

          • Daniel F. Melton

            ***As does the unlawful order provision of the UCMJ, which most military are ignorant of, and then afraid to exercise. ***

            You are delightfully ignorant.

            As a member of the U.S.Army (1968-1977) I was required to attend instruction a minimum of twice a year about the “unlawful orders” provision of the UCMJ and be made aware of the ramifications of following illegal orders.

          • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Are you equally delightfully ignorant, or are you afraid to correct my error?

          • Daniel F. Melton

            You’re too far gone for correction.

          • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

            Sorry to hear about your Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

    • Daniel F. Melton

      RICO the whole bunch. Hang the guilty.

      • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

        They have sovereign immunity and plausible deniability.

        • Daniel F. Melton

          So did the officials of the third reich. Those who weren’t shot were hanged.

          • http://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/political_reading_room/ disqus_3BrONUAJno

            And the rest were immigrated to America to staff the OSS in its conversion to the CIA, under Project Paperclip.

  • Dan Morgan

    Well, now that we have names and faces……..

  • http://www.dontflyoverwater.com BillyJoeBobCarsOnBlocks

    Let’s take back the land our dollars bought ! Just divvy it up amongst We the Peeps

    IT’S MY LAND AND I WANT IT NOW !!!!!!

  • James Bennett

    This Us / Them mentality starts with parking attendants on up.
    It’s a ‘lil less mind blowing if we understand UN Agenda 21.
    And.
    That all these iconic sounding ‘agencies’ (CDC, EPA, BLM, National Park Service) are for profit corporations masquerading as legitimate government.
    Franchisees of USA, Inc. (Act of 1871).

  • Lumpy Rutherford

    Where are Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik when you need them?

  • csbubba

    “Government workers make their living off of other peoples TAXES!”
    Funny thing is NONE of them thinks it is WRONG!

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Since the US government started out by screwing N. American Indian tribes out of lands agreed upon through treaty, we shouldn’t be surprised they’ve continued with their own citizens, with lands protected by the Constitution. No kind of agreement means anything to the government.

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    This way, they’ll be able to tax citizens for water and any other kind of “resource” they control.

  • CurlyBill

    They are being exposed… like turning on the light in a room full of roaches. Thats what the truth does to progressives… makes them SCATTER! Progressives love America like O.J. loved Nicole…

  • nimbii

    How long does it take for any group of Federal employees to congratulate themselves for stealing our land when the government pays them very well to do so?

    In many areas of the western states, the main employer is the Federal government so their consciousness-of-kind makes it easy to say they’re just doing their jobs. Well, Hitler had a job too!