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Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
The Water Restoration Act of 2007, along with others, gives the federal government complete control over every waterway, river, stream, lake, aquifer, creek, slew, swamp, underground spring and even the rain that runs off your roof. Why? Well to better protect you from polluters and to ensure water safety, and of course “national security”.

Here’s the real deal. Oil which has been deemed the worlds most valuable commodity (remember that word) is quickly being replaced by water. Water is the new “gold”. Under the Public Trust doctrine, the government is prohibited from converting something such as water (a human right…we can’t live without it) to a commodity. It must remain in a public trust, meaning that it is so important to our survival that it should never be subjected to markets, trading or private interests. In other words, it should never be reclassified as a commodity. But this Act lays the groundwork for removing from the Public Trust this basic human right which is a necessity, and will facilitate it being reclassified a “needed commodity”. Enter the multi-national corporations.
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That's some serious shit OP;

wtf


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Talk about fucking bullshit. Whats next privatizing the air supply? How about they fit every toilet with a lock that you have to pay up front to use. After that they can install a lock on my dick that way there could be absolutely no theft. What a bunch of assholes.
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Oh yeah, I'm on the front lines, living on the Great Lakes.

The feds haven't taken over yet but there's talk in our local newspaper about who really owns the water here?

Are you freaking kidding me???

Not only the water, but some of our interstates in the US are being quietly sold to foreign investors.

It's happening in baby steps so the people won't notice.

Yeah, and privately owned property and even the air might be next.

Jordan Maxwell talked about this years ago. You can find it on YouTube or Google.

No linky, I stinky. Sorry, but the info is there. No time to look it up right now.


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"If you want to know where the water is running low (including 36 U.S. states), why we haven't been able to protect it and what we can do to ensure everyone has the right to water, Barlow's book is an essential read. It is part science, part policy and part impassioned call. And the information in Blue Covenant couldn't come from a more reliable source. Barlow is the national chairperson of the Council of Canadians and co-founder of the Blue Planet Project, which is instrumental in the international community in working for the right to water for all people. She also authored Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop Corporate Theft of the World's Water with Tony Clarke. And she's the recipient of the Right Livelihood Award (known as the "Alternative Nobel") for her global water justice work."
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this is also a probable control on not just sources of water, but water itself...

what i'm saying is you are mostly water...

get it?
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Guess what guys ... it's official; water is NOT a human right!

UN rejects water as basic human right
Mike De Souza , Canwest News Service
Published: Tuesday, March 25, 2008


OTTAWA - The Harper government can declare victory after a United Nations meeting rejected calls for water to be recognized as a basic human right.

Instead, a special resolution proposed by Germany and Spain at the UN human rights council was stripped of references that recognized access to water as a human right. The countries also chose to scrap the idea of creating an international watchdog to investigate the issue, choosing instead to appoint a new consultant that would make recommendations over the next three years.

Federal officials in Canada said last week that the government wanted to ensure the meeting's outcome reflected the fact that access to water is not formally recognized as a human right in international law. But a social advocacy group said that the position was designed to protect the right to sell water under the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Full article is here >>>



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These "water Police" are going too find it hard too do there job with freedom lovers like me shooting at them all day.

I can only hope people will have balls.
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this is also a probable control on not just sources of water, but water itself...

what i'm saying is you are mostly water...

get it?
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You mean my PISS could be arrested?

Kinda gives the term "hold your water" a whole new meaning don't it.

I for one don't want to have to go downtown some Saturday night and bail out my piss. Besides when I got it back home what would I do with it? Save it for the hearing?
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Guess what guys ... it's official; water is NOT a human right!

UN rejects water as basic human right


March 25, 2008



OTTAWA - The Harper government can declare victory after a United Nations meeting rejected calls for water to be recognized as a basic human right.

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In the USA, neither water nor food is a basic
human right. A court can order both withheld.

Never forget... March 2005, a US court ordered
water and food withheld from Terri Schiavo...
she dehydrated to death 13 days later while
police stood guard to make sure no one gave
her even a tiny drop of water.


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Isn't that all part of the UN's Agenda 21?

They want to make it compulsory that everyone in the world gets a bucket of water a day.

Everyone - rich and poor alike.
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I'm so sick of this SHIT!!!!!! Why don't we just start the Civil War and get it over with?!
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Alright, screw it. What are the companies about to make a killing on this new law? May as well invest. I give up.
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Deep Underground Military Bunkers (DUMBs) need a reliable source of water don't they - it's their right to control it so that there is a fresh supply.
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Re: Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
its part of the UN agenda 21.
H.B. 416
The Great Lakes St. Lawrence
River Basin Water Resources Compact

That's right...A CALL TO ARMS.
As in...Arm yourself with the facts and start acting on this issue.
We are on the front lines here. Our liberty is in jeopardy.
There is no other choice than for ALL OF US to take action NOW.

I have included this issue in every Patriotic Posting for over a week.
And I just don't think some of the people reading the Postings get
the serious nature of the issue at hand for the Great Lakes yet.
SO...Let me get everybody up to snuff on what we need to do here.
It is very important that we ALL act upon this ASAP in some way.

* WRITE YOUR REPRESENTATIVES

* CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVES

* WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR EDITOR

* CALL IN TO A TALK RADIO SHOW ON THE ISSUE

* FORWARD THIS TO YOUR LIKE-MINDED FRIENDS

* GO TO COLUMBUS TO TESTIFY ON THIS ISSUE

* GET INVOLVED...STAY INVOLVED!

THIS IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS THE REAL ID

We must STOP this UN Agend21 DEAD In It's Tracks
Coming to a neighborhood near you? It's Already Here!

SYNOPSIS
Great Lakes Water Resources Compact
It's about UN Agenda 21 styled attempt to take
complete control of the Great Lakes including
Lake Erie, and take all other private water
rights away from everyone in Ohio, and seven
other states. Ohio's back is up against the
wall on this now. As of March 22, Michigan is
the only state that has not passed any
legislation on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence
River Basin Water Resources Compact in either
legislative chamber. In Wisconsin, Ohio and
Pennsylvania legislation has passed in only
one legislative chamber but has not become
law. The other four states involved in which
the compact has been signed into law are
New York, Minnesota, Indiana and Illinois.
We don't need the Compact as we already have
a Federal law protecting diversion of
Lake Erie water that was passed in 1986 and
renewed in 2007.
It is called the "Water Resource Development Act".
Rep. Mathew Dolan sponsors this new bill to
"protect" our already protected water.
It will do just the opposite! The wording in it
will place all water of the "Basin" under
state control (public/state trust).
Understand, that the "Basin" is not the edge of
Lake Erie but extends deep inland. This means
your private wells, ponds and streams will be
put in a "public/state trust" controlled by the
state. Your GOD given right to water will be
converted to a privilege under state control,
thru the "public/state trust". This "privilege"
can be revoked at anytime by the state and there
is no law to protect you from that if your water
is in a "public/state trust". This is what
Rep. Mathew Dolan wants.
Who among you trusts the government that much?!
It is also VERY interesting that the first official
action that incoming New York governor David
Patterson took (even before being officially
sworn into office) was to sign the Great Lakes
Compact.


More Great Lakes Water Resources Compact info

COMPARISON OF THE AGENDA 21 CHAPTER 18
AND THE GREAT LAKES WATER COMPACT.
United Nations Agenda 21 chapter 18.
[link to www.un.org]
Great Lakes Water Compact as passed by the house.
[link to www.legislature.state.oh.us]
My goodness!
The wording looks very much the same in both...wouldn't you say?

FAQ on the Compact by the Council Of Great Lakes Governors
[link to www.cglg.org]
Just to give you an idea of where they stand on the issue

MORE ON UNITED NATIONS AGENDA 21
[link to www.crossroad.to]
Agenda 21 As Posted On The UN Website
[link to www.un.org]
FREEDOM 21
[link to www.freedom21.org]

MORE ON THE GREAT LAKES COMPACT
www.greatlakeswaterwars.com
FULL DETAILS
[link to www.cglg.org]

HOW THE MEDIA SPINS IT
[link to www.wkyc.com]
[link to www.wcpn.org]

WE NEED TO BE SURE TO CONTACT THESE STATE SENATORS!

LET THEM KNOW

* The Great Lakes St. Lawrence
River Basin Water Resources Compact is UNCONSTITUTIONAL

* We do not need this unconstitutional Great Lakes St. Lawrence
River Basin Water Resources Compact

* We do not want this unconstitutional Great Lakes St. Lawrence
River Basin Water Resources Compact

* We already have the "Water Resource Development Act"
which protects the Great Lakes very well

* And we are not about to accept this Agenda 21 styled legislation
which could infringe upon our personal property rights


Our voices do make a difference.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND KEEP CALLING

Ron Amstutz
Telephone: 614/466-7505
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Wooster

Steve Austria
Telephone: 614/466-3780
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Beavercreek

John Boccieri
Telephone: 614/466-8285
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: New Middletown

Steve Buehrer
Telephone: 614/466-8150
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Delta

Capri Cafaro
Telephone: 614/466-7182
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Hubbard

John Carey
Telephone: 614/466-8156
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Wellston

Gary Cates
Telephone: 614/466-8072
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: West Chester

Kevin Coughlin
Telephone: 614/466-4823
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cuyahoga Falls

Keith Faber
Telephone: 614/466-7584
Fax: 614/644-7339
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Celina

Teresa Fedor
Telephone: 614/466-5204
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Toledo

David Goodman
Telephone: 614/466-8064
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Columbus

Tomothy Grendell (thumbs UP)
Telephone: 614/644-7718
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Chesterland

Bill Harris
Telephone: 614/466-8086
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Ashland

Jeff Jacobson
Telephone: 614/466-4538
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Butler Township

Eric Kearney
Telephone: 614/466-5980
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cincinnati

Lance Mason
Telephone: 614/466-4583
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cleveland

Dale Miller (thumbs DOWN)
Telephone: 614/466-5123
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cleveland

Ray Miller
Telephone: 614/466-5131
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Columbus

Sue Morano
Telephone: 614/644-7613
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Lorain

Larry Mumper (thumbs UP)
Telephone: 614/466-8049
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Marion

Tom Niehaus
Telephone: 614/466-8082
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: New Richmond

Joy Padgett
Telephone: 614/466-8076
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Coshocton

Tom Roberts
Telephone: 614/466-6247
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Trotwood

Tom Sawyer
Telephone: 614/466-7041
Email: [email protected]

TimSchaffer
Telephone: 614/466-5838
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Lancaster

Robert Schuler
Telephone: 614/466-9737
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Sycamore Township

Kirk Schuring
Telephone: 614/466-0626
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Canton

Bill Seitz
Telephone: 614/466-8068
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cincinnati

Shirley Smith
Telephone: 614/466-4857
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cleveland

Robert Spada
Telephone: 614/466-8056
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: North Royalton

Steve Stivers
Telephone: 614/466-5981
Fax: 614/466-0101
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Columbus

Mark Wagoner
Telephone: 614/466-8060
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Toledo

Jason Wilson
Telephone: 614/466-6508
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Columbiana

THE STATE REPRESENTATIVES...Who Voted NO
Contact them to THANK them for doing so, and ask for their
continued support against this legislation.
WE NEED THEIR INPUT AND HELP

Fessler, Diana M. Republican 79 City: Bethel Township
Telephone: (614) 466-8114
Email Address: [email protected]

Batchelder, William G. Republican 69
Telephone: (614) 466-1507
Email Address: [email protected]

Adams, John Republican 78 City: Sidney
Telephone: (614) 466-1507
Email Address: [email protected]

JUST DO IT!


STATE SENATORS ON OUR SIDE

Tomothy Grendell
Telephone: 614/644-7718
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Chesterland

Larry Mumper
Telephone: 614/466-8049
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Marion

KNOWN SUPPORTERS OF H.B.416

Rep. Mathew Dolan (Sponsor)
77 S. High St
13th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215-6111
Telephone: (614) 644-5088
Fax : (614) 719-6998
Email Address: [email protected]
Term in Office: 2nd
City: Novelty

Sen. Dale Miller
Telephone: 614/466-5123
Email: [email protected]
Hometown: Cleveland
Call and give em the raspberries.
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TIME TO TAKE SOME ACTION AND WRITE A LETTER.
from Ed Corsi - sample Letter to Editors

(sample)
To the Editor.
Over the past few weeks I have seen letters from just a few people who continually
blast state Senator Tim Grendell for his stand about the Lake Erie Water Compact issue.
They say he should be run out of office because he is not protecting our water.
These distorted letters, written by people who are ignorant of the truthful facts are
disturbing to me. Ignorance in action is a frightful thing!
Senator Grendell is protecting our water! I and others have done research on this because
we too are concerned about our water. Here is what most people do not know.
We don't need the Compact as we already have a Federal law protecting diversion of
Lake Erie water that was passed in 1986 and renewed in 2007.
It is called the "Water Resource Development Act".
It seems to have been working very well all these years! Now here comes state
Rep. Mathew Dolan who sponsors a bill to "protect" our already protected water.
It will do just the opposite! The wording in it will place all water of the "Basin" under
state control (public/state trust). Understand, that the "Basin" is not the edge of
Lake Erie but extends deep inland and Geauga County is in the "Basin".
This means your private wells, ponds and streams will be put in a "public/state trust"
controlled by the state. Your GOD given right to water will be converted to a privilege
under state control, thru the "public/state trust". This "privilege" can be revoked at
anytime by the state and there is no law to protect you from that if your water is in
a "public/state trust". This is what Rep. Mathew Dolan wants.
Who among you trusts the government that much?!

(composed by)
Edmund Corsi
Chesterland

Compose your own letter to the editor and get it out ASAP.
Just Google your local paper...it's easy!
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CALL YOUR FAVORITE TALK RADIO SHOW

WNIR 100.1 FM has a wide listening range.
330-673-1234
1-800-669-4100

But there are many others. Call in and inform the public of this issue.
The mainstream media mass mind manipulation machine isn't going to.
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FORWARD...FORWARD....FORWARD
There are many people out there who do not belong to a MeetUp group, that
feel very much the same as we all do about what is going on in government.
Send this out to them and invite them to get involved in some way.
Call them if they are not on line.

While you are at it, invite people to join a Ron Paul MeetUp group, if for no
other reason than to stay informed on just such issues.

www.ronpaul.meetup.com
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GO TO COLUMBUS AND SPEAK OUT AGAINST THIS H.B.416
On Wednesday, April 16 the Ohio Senate Environmental and
Natural Resources Committee will be hearing testimony on H.B. 416.
This is Rep. Matt Dolan's version of the Great Lakes Compact.
Any citizen that is concerned about this issue may speak and share
your thoughts with the committee.
People are needed to voice opposition to the Great Lakes Compact.
The more the better.
If you are able to go to Columbus on Wednesday, please do so.
You can e-mail people within your group and ride together.
WHO CAN GO???
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GET INVOLVED...STAY INVOLVED!
We are all in this together.
This is not an issue that should concern any particular party.
It DOES CONCERN everyone in any of the states named.
And it will effect ALL of the people of the United States.
Any questions...e-mail me [email protected]
I will do the best I can for you.

Now let's get to work.
Viva the REVOLUTION!

Let it not be said that we did nothing...
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Where's that Knot-Tieing book on my bookshelf?


Ahhh, here it is.


Let's see...

page 23 - NOOSES.


Time to practice...
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They are bastards, doesn't matter what you do, its already "Law" and decreed.

Sometimes, you have to sit and watch the show.

And, try to remember what not to ever let happen again.
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No one owns the water.

Next thing you know, these idiots will be laying claim to cloud, mist and fog.

What about the urine in one's body - which technically could be reconstituted back to basic elements. How are they gonna manage that? Will it be illegal to take a pee in future?

What about condensation from glass panels, or anywhere where there is a temperature difference between two surfaces. How are they gonna manage that?

Quite simply, when financial systems, markets, supply and demand and the money-go-round system cease to exist, so to will all these dopey 'made-for-money' schemes.

It's easy to predict.. when there is no currency system anymore, this will all stop. Hehe.. Can't wait!
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Control the food, control the water and you control the people. I believe it was Henry Kissinger who first made this observation when speaking about the importance of depopulation through the use of eugenics. Obviously good old Henry realized that overtaking the food and water supplies would go a long way in deciding who had a right to life.[Unquote]

Henry Kissinger has a lot to answer for. The sooner he departs this earth plane the better.
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As water decreases and wells and water sources dry up, would you want some form of water control? How about people that waste it or water their lawns or fill up their swimming pools? If it comes to that, we'll need some kind of control. Maybe that's what this is all about.
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April 6,2001 we in the Klamath Basin were told the water we needed for crops would not be provided due to the sucker fish in the Klamath Lake needing the water before the farmers. It was a heartbreaking summer, we studied and learned all which is out there looking to rob civilization of their rights. Please know this during that summer millions of wildlife suffered far more than humans, no water to the refuges where ducks and geese were nesting. botulism set in killing millions of animals from the lack of water. The damned NWO fools who promoted this with the indians forgot.. our water goes to the wildlife and they stopped it dead!

The Agenda 21 is most dangerous, Jimmy Communist Carter signed this treaty with the UN in the late 70's. All wells eventually will have meters on them to keep our usage recorded. Why? Because the communist UN has worked diligently to tax us in the USA any way they could, they want control of our water of us. I think Santa Cruz CA was to be the first community to install well meters. The public is still fighting the issue I think.

A frightening situation, as we here in the Klamath Basin in Oregon are asked to agree to letting the local indian tribes control all water both surface and well water. This includes domestic wells. 4 hydroelectric dams are to be torn out on the theory that salmon might run to the Klamath Lake if the dams are gone. Never mind 70,000 people get power from these dams, never mind the entire project will cost TAX payers over 10 years 990 million dollars. No decision has been made as of yet, but it doesn;'t matter they will come back, again and again with even more outragious demands.

The Klamath Tribes sold their lands in the 60's, they were left the hunting and fishing rights on a million acres. Today we have an alignment with indian tribes and the eco-terrorists the wealthy idiots with more money than brains who finance them. together they are working to steal back all they were paid quite well for their lands 43K in the60s was a bunch of money at the time.

TO me it is like me going to someone who owns land my grandfather sold off 50 years ago, and demanding I get the land back because my grandpa owned it! they want a soverign nation, yet they want to be part of our society....reality is the indians are allowing the NWO bafoons use them, use their cause, in the end we will ALL lose!
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LOCK AND LOAD

LOCK AND LOAD

LOCK AND LOAD
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As water decreases and wells and water sources dry up, would you want some form of water control? How about people that waste it or water their lawns or fill up their swimming pools? If it comes to that, we'll need some kind of control. Maybe that's what this is all about.
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You can kiss my culo you shill fuck.
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Same situation occurs in New Zealand. The indigenous people there are at loggerheads with the Government on very much the same thing. The Government want to control the seabed, foreshore, rivers, lakes - and keep the resources under their control. Call it a legacy of Colonial British rule since 1840.
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ok... i thought i was scared of where this globalized situation was going...

now i am really scared...

too many people... too many people...

regular joe can't keep up with the information...

well informed joesephine can't keep up with the information...

fuck

water as commodity...
controlled by government...

i don't send off letters, or phone congress or senate...
i am done being afraid of their blacklists...
i am more scared of what we face in ten - twenty years if i don't do anything now...
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Re: Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
They are doing that because they already know that water
will be the next fuel.....

AND IF THEY CAN`T STOP IT, THEY WANT TO CONTROLL IT


LET THEM RULLE....
.............. TILL THEY FALL
WW RAUPP

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04/14/2008 03:38 AM
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Who cares about this powerless act? If you live next to a lake or pond, whats the government gonna do? Put up a huge fence and guard it 24/7?

Use your brains, its not as hard as it seems.
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04/14/2008 07:30 AM
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Re: Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
As water decreases and wells and water sources dry up, would you want some form of water control? How about people that waste it or water their lawns or fill up their swimming pools? If it comes to that, we'll need some kind of control. Maybe that's what this is all about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 403022


Its about 1 bucket of water per person, per day! Administered by the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund.

Simple, you have NO control and your permission isn't sought nor required.
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04/14/2008 07:35 AM
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"Who cares about this powerless act? If you live next to a lake or pond, whats the government gonna do? Put up a huge fence and guard it 24/7?

Use your brains, its not as hard as it seems."

You would be surprised.

Where I live you pay the authorities a certain amount depending on the size of your water tank and the space on your roof (used for rainwater harvesting)

Same goes for dams and wells. You pay to have the dam constructed and you pay the government (or the UN) according to how many mega litres your dam holds.
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04/14/2008 07:53 AM
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Re: Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
ok... i thought i was scared of where this globalized situation was going...

now i am really scared...

too many people... too many people...

regular joe can't keep up with the information...

well informed joesephine can't keep up with the information...

fuck

water as commodity...
controlled by government...

i don't send off letters, or phone congress or senate...
i am done being afraid of their blacklists...
i am more scared of what we face in ten - twenty years if i don't do anything now...
 Quoting: sunra nli 353725


I'd like to cave your head in you fucking kike slut.
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04/14/2008 08:50 AM
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Re: Siezing Water:The Water Restoration Act of 2007
great lakes guy, I watched a documentary about one of the great lakes slowly evaporating. Local citizens thought they were pumping it into Vegas. You know anything about this?





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