THE NEW AMERICAN
Obama EPA Hands Control Over Wyoming City to Indian Tribes In apparent defiance of federal law and U.S. court rulings, unelected bureaucrats at the increasingly out-of-control Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other Obama administration departments unilaterally purported to grant control over the city of Riverton, Wyoming, to tribal authorities for the Wind River Indian tribes. At least two smaller towns are also affected.The scheme appears to illustrate a growing United Nations-linked trend being witnessed across the United States and the world. In essence, vast amounts of private land and even entire towns are being taken over by authorities under various pretexts — UN agreements, Agenda 21 “sustainability,” and supposed concerns about indigenous peoples — to advance a radical agenda targeting private property rights […]
While to those who do not know any better, might say, “Great, give the Indians back their land”, the Obama administration’s redrawing the boundaries of the towns of Riverton, Kinnear, and Pavillion, Wyoming, if successful, is headed for the town or city in which you live.
This is not about allegedly “righting a wrong”, this is about Communism, confiscating personal property and a means to an end.
In other words, for most of us, this is about confiscating the land under your feet, i.e., the land upon which your home rests and the Obama administration once again, ignoring the rule of the land.
For the Native American, American Indian, Indian whatever the label of the moment may be, this is not about “giving you back your land” or “righting the wrongs” either.
Exploiting Indians to Seize Land
…the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was adopted in 2006 by the dictator-dominated UN “Human Rights Council” before being sent to the global body’s General Assembly, which approved it in 2007….
…While much of the document is aimed, on the surface at least, at giving indigenous populations full control over their own affairs in most areas (under UN guidance), Article 29 goes on to say that national governments “shall establish and implement” so-called environmental protection and conservation schemes on Indian lands — two key mechanisms exploited by opponents of private property, economic development, and national sovereignty to infringe on individual rights….
If you do not believe me, I urge you to read the full article from which I pulled the above excerpt, Exploiting Indians to Seize Land.