[Note: I wrote this mostly for the people of Idaho and Oregon but it is a national story because it involves Hillary Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and commodities – minerals]
Yesterday my inbox contained an email from Tom DeWeese. The subject line was: A new way to fight has begun! All I had to read was the first paragraph. When I got to the highlighted words, the hair on the back of my neck stood up:
The letter below is a bit long, but it tells you about an exciting and vitally important new project I’m putting together. It describes a whole new approach to saving the property rights…
Uh Oh… here we go again. I’ll give you that history in a minute but first –
About three months ago – maybe a little longer, our local JBS Coordinator contacted a number of activists around the state about initiating some action on Agenda 21. A Developer had contacted him and he was the one suggesting that we get something going. I spoke with the Developer and told him that I would participate but I don’t lead groups. That’s not what I do so when nothing happened with it, I forgot about it.
About 4-6 weeks ago, I was contacted again by the JBS Coordinator. This time he asked me if I would participate in giving presentations about Agenda 21 around the state – 4 or 5 at select locations in the state. I said I would. There are groups in each of the locations that would set up their own programs. The We The People Magic Valley group was going to coordinate the event for Twin Falls. When I went to their meeting, I found out that they were going to bring in a big name speaker… Tom DeWeese. I said nothing but I thought – ok, they don’t need me then and I went about my business.
Then about three weeks ago, I was contacted again this time by a friend in Boise who has also studied Agenda 21 extensively and who was also asked to give a presentation. I won’t bore you with the details but it ended that neither one of us wanted to do a presentation with a big name, out of town speaker for reasons that have nothing to do with the speaker himself, Tom DeWeese.
Just about two weeks ago, the local group that is putting together the event for Tom DeWeese, We The People Magic Valley brought a speaker in from Boise I presume. The following was the information in the invitation:
Mark Schuckert: Drawing from life experiences, Mark will share his perspective on geo-politics of Russia, Ukraine and Crimea, the socialist police state, and why Ukrainian issues are related to Syria.
That was very intriguing to me – not just because of the subject matter, but because it is so out of context for Idaho and the local issues that normally engage people here so I went to listen to him. He was a great big guy who kind of reminded me of Les Zaitz, the reporter for the Oregonian (OregonLive). What he had to say was kind of interesting – not much I didn’t already know. He said everything going on in that region has to do with energy – gas, oil, pipelines, supply routes, etc. He talked a little bit about the history of Russia. He talked about the invasions of Russia over the centuries from central Europe. He didn’t mention the Mongols though which was somewhat disappointing because that is a very interesting topic in Russian history – not that I know a lot, just a little.
Hold on all of that for a minute while I bring in another piece –
Federal Land Grab and Uranium One
The following two videos were in a folder given to me by Lazaro Ecenarro (credit where credit is due).
The file where the videos were located also had a lot of snapshots of documents and webpages because that’s the way Laz collects information. The subject that Laz was working on was Uranium One, the BLM and Harney County and the Hammond Ranch which is surrounded by the Malheur National Wildlife Reserve.
One of the snapshots had the BLM’s definition of a Split Estate. The page is no longer on the BLM website at the same URL but it was found in the internet archive. The links to the archived webpage plus several pdfs that were referenced are included in the box below.
In split estate situations, the surface rights and subsurface rights (such as the rights to develop minerals) for a piece of land are owned by different parties. In these situations, mineral rights are considered the dominant estate, meaning they take precedence over other rights associated with the property, including those associated with owning the surface. However, the mineral owner must show due regard for the interests of the surface estate owner and occupy only those portions of the surface that are reasonably necessary to develop the mineral estate.
The BLM’s split estate policy only applies to situations where the surface rights are in private ownership and the rights to development of the mineral resources are publicly held and managed by the Federal government.
Archived BLM materials:
Split Estate presentation – 2006 *** includes timeline of when mineral rights were split from surface rights
IM 2007-021 Split Estate Leasing and Planning (Word File)
Several of the images in the file given to me by Laz were images of a letter to Chad Kargas, Assistant Manager of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. This letter concerns a claim of mineral rights on 22,000 acres of private property in Harney County. Since there were four images of The Mineral Letter, I pieced it together for easier reading.
The Mineral Letter
Those alleged mineral rights would be split estate mineral rights according to the BLM definition above. According to an article on Pete Santilli’s website, this letter was found in the 682 page file of legal documents and records of the Hammond Family. The article says that JM&L Investments and Mountain Star Investments are shell companies.
The article on Pete’s website is a must read –
The Kazakhstan Connection
In Megyn Kelly’s expose of Hillary Clinton’s self-dealing (via the Clinton Foundation and her husband Bill), her guest, Mark Thiessen from AEI suggested that Bill Clinton met with leaders in Kazakhstan to basically broker a deal for Kazakhstan’s uranium. I don’t believe it was uranium. I think it was oil – but to understand why that would be true requires a little history from the Cold War, the subsequent fall of the Soviet Union and the system that was set up for trading commodities by Kazakhstan’s President Nazarbaev with the help of an American cold warrior, James Giffen and one of the Big Five (or is it Big Four now?) accounting firms, Price Waterhouse.
Underneath the diagrams of “The Market” – the monopoly middleman, there is a long segment on Gazprom and Kazakhstan. That section is must read to understand the commodities trading deal that Bill and Hillary are involved in. They are brokering commodity trades on a global level and they are using the Clinton Foundation as a charitable front both to avoid taxes but more importantly, to mask what they are really doing.
Recall that Hillary Clinton’s connection to commodity trading goes way back. She was assisted in turning a $1,000 investment into $100,000 as I recall. There was also the White Water Development project and – some kind of land swap for the White Cloud area in Idaho. The split estate mineral rights definition explains everything. Subsurface mineral rights trump surface rights. That has to be changed to stop this rampant corruption.
The Market Racket was written in 2014. In an earlier article in 2013 about international law, I have links for two videos on how Vladimir Putin came to power in Russia. It was via Gazprom.
This website has a description of the shares in oil development. It’s not about Russia but the legislation they are writing about was written by Americans so you can bet that it’s the same legislation as Russia had that left the government with no income from the oil.
For months and months now, all we’ve heard in the news is about the Russian Connection to the Trump Administration for which there has been scant little evidence. The FBI Director, Jim Comey was fired for his part in the sham of beating the drum about the Connection but without any evidence. They are trying to convict Trump through innuendo. Comey revealed in a recent hearing that he leaked information to the press in the hopes that a special prosecutor would be hired. He got that wish. Robert Mueller, former FBI Director was hired to be the Special Prosecutor. But damn… Mueller has to be fired now because an email in a Wikileaks document says that Mueller has had involvement with the Russians connected to uranium himself.
By now you probably forgot that I started this with an odd series of events concern Agenda 21 and Tom DeWeese. As I said, what Tom DeWeese said in the email concerns property rights. The reason the hair stood up on the back of my neck is because over the last decade and a half, there has been an on-going attempt to get legislation passed concerning the absolute rights of property owners. Without the benefit of knowing most of the state of Idaho is owned – or was owned by the federal government and that minerals rights are separate rights that trump surface rights, people will be tempted to think only of their immediate issues with property – not understanding that a trap is being set. It’s a double-edged sword that will work against the property rights of most Idahoans and will benefit corrupt officials and a few people in this global scam of commodity swapping, tax evasion and phony charities and theft of private property through claim-jumping due to the virtually unknown split estate rules of the BLM.
My first recollection of property rights issues in Idaho was when Bruce Willis wanted to divert a river on his property. It was put up for a vote whether property owners had a right to do such things. The voters of Idaho overwhelmingly said NO. Hell NO.
Then there was a ballot issue for an amendment I think. I signed the initiative and was in support of it – until I found out that it was being sponsored by some really rich guy in Colorado and that Oregon had just passed a similar bill and they were having a lot of problems because of it. I was with Idaho Eagle Forum at the time, and we came out against it because it would have meant that zoning laws would be thrown out the window. Somebody could put a hog farm close to your town so that the stench would drive you out and there would be nothing anybody could do about it.
Idaho did pass a law prohibiting eminent domain from being used to transfer ownership of property from one private party to another (see Kelo Decision).
And then there were issues with water rights and re-negotiations in which people were induced to sign agreements for collaboration with the collaboration leading to the loss of their water rights.
And then there was the attempt about five years ago to get people to establish local property rights commissions to oversee the decisions of county officials concerning private property. I opposed that also because I thought we would become what we were fighting and it would only be a matter of time until the Commission was packed with corrupt people who would happily vote to take away the property rights of others (just look at your state and federal legislatures and the commissions they create).
All of the above are the reasons the red flag went up on Tom DeWeese’s email and the moves that are being made in Idaho. It should be clearly understood that WE ARE AT WAR but this war is not with bullets. It’s a “war in the context of everything else” meaning that it is being waged against civilians on civilian turf.
The other piece of the puzzle is that the plan of the U.S. Transportation Department under the direction of Elaine Chao or Chairman Chao as I like to call her, is for the U.S. to sell assets to build the transportation infrastructure. State officials will be looking for “foreign direct investment” for the highways and transportation projects. The asset they sell may be yours and the best deals they can get for themselves is in Russia and “The Stans”. Keep that in mind.