China’s eminent domain – 50 million farms stolen – Agenda 21?


I wasn’t sure what country I was reading about at first. China? Or the United States? The U.S. continues to “purchase” steal or otherwise appropriate more land, with more control over land use. In case you have not heard of Agenda 21- The ultimate plan for you and the world, you may want to check it out:

Out of the pages-upon-pages of Agenda 21 implementations, the bottom line is the control of the world’s land use.  It calls for smaller homes, smaller roads, smaller schools, neighborhoods with smaller blocks, walking access everywhere, cycling and public transit. Smaller private areas, including yards – because the “public realm” will provide the park like environments for you.

Between 40 and 50 million Chinese farmers have lost their farmland since Deng Xiaoping’s economic reforms began in the late 1970s, according to a recent report from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). The number is increasing at a rate of three million farmers per year, and will reach 110 million around 2030.

According to the directive “national land use planning” published by the Ministry of Land and Resources in October 2008, from 2000 to 2030, over 8.6 million acres of farmland will be expropriated and over 100 million farmers will lose their land.

The Director of the State Council’s Development Research Center, Han Jun, said in 2003 that since the start of economic reforms until 2003, the Chinese regime has taken US$312.8 billion from farmers by expropriating farmland at a low price and then reselling it at a high price.
Before its News

From an earlier post: Obama eyes Western Land:

Another 13 million acres? When is enough, enough? 
 No legislation needed.
Upwards to 40 percent of the United States land is already under some form of government control or ownership — 800 million to 900 million acres out of America’s total 2.2 billion acres.A disturbing report out from Fox News
 

 Percent of Federal Land own in Western States:

  1. Nevada           84.5%
  2. Alaska            69.1%
  3. Utah               57.4%
  4. Oregon           53.1%
  5. Idaho              50.2%
  6. Arizona           48.1%
  7. California        45.3%
  8. Wyoming         42.3%
  9. New Mexico     41.8%
  10. Colorado          36.6% 

7 Responses to “China’s eminent domain – 50 million farms stolen – Agenda 21?”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    No legislation needed.

    In many respects, the Office of the President of the United States is powerless and needs Congress. But when it comes to executive orders, the President can, in effect, legislate from the Oval Office.

    This gobbling up of American land by the government is dangerous beyond words. And, yet, it does advance Agenda 21 — yet another form of utopianism.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      It was a Sunday ramble on my part. When I saw the piece on China, and then thought of all they are trying to do to our farms, it certainly rang a bell.

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    […] China’s eminent domain – 50 million farms stolen – Agenda 21? (via BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades!) Posted on August 15, 2011 by loopyloo305 I wasn't sure what country I was reading about at first. China? Or the United States? The U.S. continues to "purchase" steal or otherwise appropriate more land, with more control over land use. In case you have not heard of Agenda 21- The ultimate plan for you and the world, you may want to check it out: Out of the pages-upon-pages of Agenda 21 implementations, the bottom line is the control of the world’s land use.  It calls for smaller homes, s … Read More […]

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  3. Conservatives on Fire Says:

    My apologies if I sound like a broken record on this; but, why is there no conservative (Republican) leader sounding the alarm on this covert attack on our freedoms? Besides all the lands locked up by our federal government, millions of acres have also been bought up, with government support, by so-called NGOs like the Nature Conservancy group and others.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      You are right on. I am not sure if these stats include State owned lands as well. China will soon need to be on the move with the land policies they have in place, unless there is another blood bath. They are building their military up big time, I suspect the later. As for us? Well, you know the tale.

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  4. silverfiddle Says:

    China has multiple problems brewing below the surface. Empty new cities, a demographic time bomb due to the one child policy, and underabundance of females due to the same policy, environmental horrors…

    As for Agenda 21, it reads like the leftist, one-world utopianist document that it is. The people who write this crap

    smaller homes, smaller roads, smaller schools, neighborhoods with smaller blocks, walking access everywhere, cycling and public transit. Smaller private areas, including yards – because the “public realm” will provide the park like environments for you.

    mean that it applies to you, not to them. They will continue to have large estates in the country and luxurious gated communities to keep out the unwashed, and they will continue to travel in gas guzzling limos and SUVs.

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