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US Federal Property, Land, Resources, and More

Today the Federal government manages millions of acres of land across the United States, However, there are increasing pressures on the agencies to permit varying levels of commercial access to timber, other resources, and its water.

From your personal ethical perspective, should government have a prohibition on commercial access or should there be some form of compromise with the companies?

What are the possible solutions to resolve these issues? It is important to note, our world has grown considerably, resources are becoming non-existent in other parts of the world. This is the genesis of the afore mentioned questions.

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Federal Property

> Today the Federal government manages millions of acres of land across the United States, However, there are increasing pressures on the agencies to permit varying levels of commercial access to timber, other resources, and its water.

Firstly, from the first sentence of the instructions above, it is important to note that the US is a corporation. See: The Sovereign Handbook (.pdf) online and the links below. You'll notice that in all "official" documentation or wording, it rarely says, USA or the United States of America. Why? Like the UK and other countries, government SECRETLY operate as for-profit corporations, and the general public is unaware of the implications of this great fact. As Alex Jones discusses in the video reference below, there is no more public land; and this is a direct revelation of "Agenda 21" in reference to the Hunger Games. The general public, whom are legally termed, "citizens" of ...

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The solution discusses the Federal government's management with millions of acres of land across the United States; and the increasing pressures on agencies to permit varying levels of commercial access to timber, other resources, like water. With a personal ethical perspective, it is examined what the US is as a for-profit corporation; public land issues; the Hunger Games; whether government should or should not have a prohibition on commercial access;if there should be some form of compromise with the companies; and what are the possible solutions to resolve these issues? Note: our world has grown considerably, resources are becoming non-existent in other parts of the world,and this is the genesis of the aforementioned questions.

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