Is the Irish Government Using Refugees to Take Over Private Homes and Businesses?
Last year, the Irish government passed a law that allows the government to override private property rights for the “common good.” Allowing an unlimited number of Ukrainian refugees into Ireland may provide the excuse for the government to take private property/ real estate from citizens. The Netherlands also appears to be making moves toward abolishing private property.
Ireland has a population of five million people, but has opened its border to an unlimited number of Ukrainian refugees, with no cap. The Irish government seems to be intentionally creating an emergency in order to take away private property. Just one year ago, the Irish government passed a law that allows the government to override private property rights for the “common good.”
Ireland’s Minister of Justice, Helen McEntee, said that the government is having trouble housing Ukrainians that are now present, essentially admitting that they accepted too many already. She indicated that the government hopes to avoid forcing people or businesses to give up property or opening their homes to Ukrainian refugees.
Meanwhile, in the Netherlands, a mayor in the region said that “suitable property” to accommodate Ukrainian refugees may need to undergo sequestration, which, according to international law, means the removal of property from an individual in possession of the property by a government to use for its own benefit.
The CDC Will Decide who Lives on Your Property and for how Long
Last week, the CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced an extension for the eviction moratorium until early October for regions with “substantial and high” coronavirus transmission. Tucker Carlson said, “Private property no longer exists in the United States. You thought you owned your home. Not anymore. Rochelle Walensky does. She’ll decide who can live there, under what circumstance and for how long.” Nearly half of all housing providers are mom-and-pop operations, and landlords are accumulating huge debt. The Treasury Department has distributed $3-billion of the nearly $47-billion allocated for the Emergency Rental Assistance program, but that is a drop in the bucket. [The endgame will be to bankrupt landlords so the government can seize their properties and allow people to live in them free so long as they obey.] -GEG
In his opening monologue, which was also published as an op-ed on the Fox News website, Carlson took aim directly at Walensky.
Carlson said: “You vote for your senators and congressmen and they decide what the rules are. That’s known as representative democracy. It’s been our system for nearly 250 years.
“But apparently, it’s now over. Rochelle Walensky now makes the laws. Walensky announced today that she has decided to nationalize America’s rental properties, millions and millions of them from Maine to California. Tenants are no longer required to pay their rent. Property owners cannot evict them under any circumstances,” he said.
Rick Wiles Floats 2024 Prez Campaign On Platform Of Seizing Big Tech Billionaires’ Wealth & Giving It To The Poor
Christian pastor Rick Wiles says he may run for president in 2024 on the populist platform of breaking up Big Tech companies and giving the wealth of billionaires to the poor. Wiles argues against the economic power of billionaires and said, “When you use your money and power to change my life, to take away my rights, to try to force things on me that I object to, that I find morally repulsive, when you try to restrict my free speech, when you try to promote population control, you want to pump vaccines into my body, when you want to change society, you know what? You’re my enemy,” Wiles declared. “The only way you’re able to do it is because you’re a billionaire. So then we need to take away your billions.” [If you think taking money from the rich and giving it to the poor is a good idea, then you have just bought into the prime slogan of Socialism and Communism. It’s a bad idea even if it is directed against someone you dislike. Why? Because there are hundreds of millions of people in the world who consider YOU to be rich. – and you will be next. How about just throwing these psychopaths in prison forcing them to give back their stolen money to those from whom they stole it? Than would be the middle class, not the poor. But even that is a bad idea, because governments will never be honest or just when redistributing money from Group A to Group B. They will always find a way to steal most of it in the process, and it will serve no purpose than to perpetuate and legitimize legalized plunder.] -GEG
other plutocrats, is very angry that Christian conservative pastor Rick Wiles wants to seize the wealth of Big Tech billionaires and give it to the poor.
For years we have watched as radical right-wing conspiracy theorist Rick Wiles has used his “TruNews” program to endlessly rail against Democrats for allegedly attempting to install a communist, Marxist, or socialist regime in the United States.
It was therefore a little surprising to hear Wiles declare on his television program Monday night that he is thinking about running for president in 2024 on a platform centered on seizing the wealth of the billionaires in this country and redistributing it to the poor.
Wiles said that someone must run on a populist platform of breaking up large technology companies in the United States, making it illegal to be a billionaire, confiscating their assets, and redistributing their wealth, and he might just be the one to do it.
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Biden Signs Executive Order for Federal Control over 30% of America’s Land and 30% of US Oceans
The Biden administration announced that it would extend the national foreclosure moratorium and mortgage forbearance through June, preventing home foreclosures and allowing for delayed mortgage payments. Census Bureau data indicated in December that 20% of renters across the country are now are unable to pay their rent, and 14-million were behind on rent. 40-million people were at risk for eviction, and total unpaid rent was estimated at $70-billion. Landlords will not be able to recover the lost revenue, and the situation continues to worsen.
Farmlands and private property are targeted as the US has committed to tripling its so-called protected lands. President Biden signed an executive order to “protect” 30% of US land and 30% of US oceans by 2030 in the name of environmentalism and biodiversity. Much of the land now is privately owned, so the plan is to put an end to private property by any means necessary, including confiscatory taxation and regulation. -GEG
St. Louis: The McCloskeys Are Indicted. Prosecutor’s Office Reassembled Their Gun to Make It ‘Lethal’
A grand jury indicted Mark and Patricia McCloskey on charges of exhibiting guns at protesters in a June incident in their neighborhood and added a charge of tampering with evidence for both members of the couple.
It is bizarre that the McCloskeys were charged with tampering with evidence when the office of the prosecuting Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, who was funded by George Soros, ordered the crime lab to reassemble Patricia McCloskey’s handgun to fire as it had been disabled, and the prosecutors tampered with evidence. The gun was intentionally made inoperable by the McCloskeys because it was used as a prop in a trial. In Missouri, police and prosecutors must prove that a weapon is “readily” capable of lethal use.
Prosecutor Gardner’s office is denying people a legal defense of their property with lethal force under what’s known as the Castle Doctrine. Prosecutors refused to bring charges against nine protesters who broke down a gate and trespassed on private property.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson has said he will pardon the couple if they are convicted.
The gun Patricia McCloskey waved at protesters was inoperable when it arrived at the St. Louis police crime lab, but a member of Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s staff ordered crime lab experts to disassemble and reassemble it and wrote that it was “readily capable of lethal use” in charging documents filed Monday, 5 On Your Side has learned.
In Missouri, police and prosecutors must prove that a weapon is “readily” capable of lethal use when it is used in the type of crime with which the McCloskeys have been charged.
Assistant Circuit Attorney Chris Hinckley ordered crime lab staff members to field strip the handgun and found it had been assembled incorrectly. Specifically, the firing pin spring was put in front of the firing pin, which was backward, and made the gun incapable of firing, according to documents obtained by 5 On Your Side.
Firearms experts then put the gun back together in the correct order and test-fired it, finding that it worked, according to the documents.
Crime lab workers photographed the disassembly and reassembly of the gun, according to the documents.
Patricia McCloskey and her husband, Mark McCloskey, have said the handgun Patricia McCloskey waved at protesters was inoperable because they had used it as a prop during a lawsuit they once filed against a gun manufacturer. In order to bring it into a courtroom, they made it inoperable.
Their attorney, Joel Schwartz, confirmed to 5 On Your Side that the McCloskeys intentionally misplaced the firing pin on the gun and that it was in that condition when Patricia McCloskey waved it at protesters and turned it into their former attorney Al Watkins.
“It’s disheartening to learn that a law enforcement agency altered evidence in order to prosecute an innocent member of the community,” Schwartz said.
Pope Francis Criticizes Capitalism, Recommends Communist Policy Against Private Property
Pope Francis says the coronavirus pandemic has proven that the “magic theories” of market capitalism have failed and that the world needs a new type of politics that promotes solidarity and working for the common good that must come from sharing the Earth’s resources. Pope Francis rejected the concept of an absolute right to property for individuals, which is a defining feature of communism. Francis falsely blamed the loss of millions of jobs on the virus, but the economy was destroyed by governments forcing lockdowns and shutting down businesses.
Pope Francis says the coronavirus pandemic has proven that the “magic theories” of market capitalism have failed and that the world needs a new type of politics that promotes dialogue and solidarity and rejects war at all costs.
Francis on Sunday laid out his vision for a post-COVID world by uniting the core elements of his social teachings into a new encyclical aimed at inspiring a revived sense of the human family. “Fratelli Tutti” (Brothers All) was released on the feast day of his namesake, the peace-loving St. Francis of Assisi.
In the encyclical, Francis rejected even the Catholic Church’s own doctrine justifying war as a means of legitimate defense, saying it had been too broadly applied over the centuries and was no longer viable.
“It is very difficult nowadays to invoke the rational criteria elaborated in earlier centuries to speak of the possibility of a ‘just war,’” Francis wrote in the most controversial new element of the encyclical.
Francis had started writing the encyclical, the third of his pontificate, before the coronavirus struck and its bleak diagnosis of a human family falling apart goes far beyond the problems posed by the outbreak. He said the pandemic, however, had confirmed his belief that current political and economic institutions must be reformed to address the legitimate needs of the people most harmed by the coronavirus.
“Aside from the differing ways that various countries responded to the crisis, their inability to work together became quite evident,” Francis wrote. “Anyone who thinks that the only lesson to be learned was the need to improve what we were already doing, or to refine existing systems and regulations, is denying reality.”
He cited the grave loss of millions of jobs as a result of the virus as evidence of the need for politicians to listen to popular movements, unions and marginalized groups and to craft more just social and economic policies.
“The fragility of world systems in the face of the pandemic has demonstrated that not everything can be resolved by market freedom,” he wrote. “It is imperative to have a proactive economic policy directed at ‘promoting an economy that favours productive diversity and business creativity’ and makes it possible for jobs to be created, and not cut.”
He denounced populist politics that seek to demonize and isolate, and called for a “culture of encounter” that promotes dialogue, solidarity and a sincere effort at working for the common good.
As an outgrowth of that, Francis rejected the concept of an absolute right to property for individuals, stressing instead the “social purpose” and the common good that must come from sharing the Earth’s resources. He repeated his criticism of the “perverse” global economic system, which he said consistently keeps the poor on the margins while enriching the few — an argument he made most fully in his 2015 landmark environmental encyclical “Laudato Sii” (Praised Be).
South Africa Plunged into Chaos: Army Troops Are Deployed Against Gangs in Cape Town – and Homeowners Fight ‘Land Invaders’ Squatting on Their Land
South Africa: As land expropriation without compensation is planned for white farmers, homeowners in Johannesburg are dealing with ‘land invaders’ who live in shacks on vacant land near their homes and hack into the homeowners’ water and electricity utilities. Syndicates, in ‘cahoots’ government officials and police, are reported to be selling shacks on social media for as little as $180. Homeowners now are organizing to protect their property.
A woman spokesperson for a group of black homeowners says the media’s claim that Indian residents are attacking blacks and shooting them is not true, and that the media is provoking racial discord. She says homeowners are not fighting the people int the shacks but object to being forced to pay for their water and electricity. She blames the government and the media for creating chaos and conflict.
An elderly resident says she has lived in the area for 22 years and wants to sell her 3-bedroom home to escape intimidation by the shack dwellers but cannot do so due to the drop in her property value.
In Cape Town, the government sent in the army to quell drug gang violence. Civilians are killed who get caught in the crossfire. -GEG
A massive, land grab is taking place by affluent blacks who own nice cars who are squatting on land in order to take possession of it. Government officials and police are ignoring the problem and apparently condone the activity. Meanwhile, a precedent for lawlessness and land theft is being set.
Army troops in Cape Town.
As land invaders accused property owners of being racist, Gauteng MEC for Human Settlements Lebogang Maile said the widespread land invasions in Johannesburg South are the work of syndicates in cahoots with officials, and in some instances, police officers.
are syndicates who are making money out of the desperation of our
people. It is alleged that the syndicate has connections and is working
with some government officials and in some instances police officers.
It’s a serious concern”.
South residents have vowed to go to war with land invaders if the
government continues to allow land invaders to build shacks in the area.
The threat comes on the back of widespread protests last week in
Zakariyya Park, Lenasia and Ennerdale.
By Friday 19 July, the protests had spread to other areas in the south of Johannesburg including Protea South and Kliptown.
More officers were deployed to the areas on Friday morning as the protests spread.
property owners said they had decided to take matters into their own
hands because the government was not willing to address the issue of
random land grabs in the area. The affected areas were on lockdown on
Friday, with the main roads leading in and out of Lenasia blockaded with
burning tyres and rubble. Traffic also built up on the Golden Highway
as Eldorado Park and Zakariyya Park residents voiced their unhappiness
by blocking it.
Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) denied suggestions on
Saturday that the land grabbers and property owners were attacking one
Metro Police Spokesperson Wayne Minnaar said, “A group of people went
past houses to meet the MEC for Human Settlements, Lebogang Maile. It
was exaggerated that people were being attacked. The people were only
passing to get to the MEC.”
One land grabber, Sabelo Mbuyisa, denied claims by property owners that land invaders were making illegal electricity connections and devaluing property. Mbuyisa said such claims were fueled by hatred and racism.
have not encroached on anyone’s property. We are a distance away from
their houses. We do not make illegal connections, we don’t steal and we
are not responsible for damage to electricity infrastructure. They are
racists who cannot bear to live side-by-side with black communities. We
are going nowhere. They can send in Metro Police, we won’t budge.”
Maile promised residents all their challenges would be addressed, but stressed that this would require a concerted effort.
“It needs a multi-sectoral, multi-pronged approach,” said Maile.
Asked where the money would come from, Gauteng MEC for Infrastructure Development Tasneem Motara, who accompanied Maile, said:
has to be included in our budgetary process and plans, and if it needs
further engagement with national Treasury and national departments, we
will facilitate that. But for the non-budgetary issues like the court
orders, these will simply be enforced”.
residents on Saturday, Maile pleaded with them and the land invaders to
retain calm while the City, premier’s office, the department of
infrastructure, and the department of human settlements devise a
problems are complex. We cannot resolve them on our own. When we
return, we will ask Premier David Makhura to come along so that he can
assist in detailing a plan for addressing the land invasions.”
property owners said they were done with negotiating or seeking
government intervention, and would fight to preserve the value of their
Loonat from Lenasia South said: “We will fight to preserve the value of
our properties. We will go to war because the government is aware of
the matter but still dragging its feet. We are tired of being bystanders
in matters that directly affect us. We hoped the government would
intervene but now look at what is happening.”
Faranaaz from Lenasia South said: “We are done talking. How do you talk
to a government that doesn’t listen? It’s time we fought to defend our
houses. It’s time we fought to protect our electricity infrastructure
which is also under threat from these illegal land invaders. Even if I
die, I’ll die peacefully knowing that it was within my rights to fight
to protect what is mine.”
Seattle: Homosexual Coffee Shop Owner Denies Service to Anti-Abortion Christian Group
Seattle: A coffee-shop owner denied service to a Christian group and ordered them out of his cafe, claiming they were intolerant of gay people. In August, 2015, a Christian baker was ordered by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to provide a wedding cake for a gay couple against his will. The case is going to the Supreme Court this Fall. All eyes are on the Christians who were denied service to see if the law will be applied equally if they sue. [We are asked to think about whether or not the law should be applied equally, not about whether the law should be repealed. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if news sources would remind their readers that there is a third option: Get the government out of this issue completely, because it has no right to force anyone to sell anything to someone they don’t want to – and it makes no difference what their motives are. If we can be forced to sell something, we don’t own it. That’s inherent in the right to private property. If we grant government the power to force us to sell our property against our will, then there is lo limit to what we can be forced to do with it – or not to do with it. What we think about Christians or gays should have nothing to do with it.] -GEG
A Christian pro-life group that was recently ejected from a Seattle coffee shop over its local activism is attracting hundreds of thousands of Facebook views after footage of the encounter was posted online.
Members of Abolish Human Abortion recently decided to order drinks in Seattle’s Bedlam coffee shop after posting and distributing pro-life pamphlets in the local community. Activists who joined Caleb Head and Caytie Davis on Oct. 1 were soon berated and told the leave when they were identified.
“Are you going to tolerate it? Answer my f-ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f-ing watch it! […] Well then I don’t have to f-ing tolerate this! Leave! All of you. Tell all your f-ing friends, don’t f-ing come here.
A request by the activists to turn to Jesus was met with the response, “Yeah, I like a—. I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f- Christ in the a—. OK? He’s hot.”
The incident comes as the U.S. Supreme Court gears up to take the case of Jack Philliips, the Christian baker who was ordered by the the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to serve wedding cake to LGBT couples — or none at all.