Thursday July 7th Pam Evans, Aida Fernandez, Michelle Cassens

July 7th Pam Evans, Aida Fernandez, Michelle Cassens

www.faceoffmovement.blogspot.com

Aida Fernandez’s web is    www.mylandgrabbyderm.com

Michelle Cassens’ web   www.auditoaklandceda.com

 Property rights are under attack from the east coast to the west coast. Join me as my guests tell their stories of the assault on their property rights. Aida and Pam are in Florida and Michelle is in California. There is no more California dreamin’ and there is no more American Dream.  It’s now the American nightmare courtesy of a corrupt government and corrupt employees whose palms are greased to enact the globalist’s agenda. Fools the lot of them, but fools they’ll be until we, The American People stand together and say we’ve had enough.

Florida resident, Aida Fernandez, went on a hunger strike to protest the abuse by D.E.R.M., the Miami Dade Department of Environmental Resources Management, against 400 property owners  in an 8.5 mile area adjacent to the who faced hundred of thousands of dollars in fines and destruction of their property as the county classified their land as environmentally sensitive wetlands. The property owners call it a land grab.

 

 

At a meeting called by Commissioner yinda Bell between D.E.R.M. Director Carlos Espinosa and property owners, during which one person called D.E.R.M. one of the most predatory agences he’d ever dealt with, after the IRS. The county maintained it was protecting the environment.Property owners called for Espinosa to be forced down from his position of power and abuse and Commissioner Bell called for an investigation of D.E.R.M.s enforcement practices. Espinosa subsequently resigned.

– See more at: http://www.stopagenda21inms.com/index.php?/Private-Property-Abuses/follow-up-on-the-florida-story.html#sthash.SukhGVYY.dpuf

Florida resident, Aida Fernandez, went on a hunger strike to protest the abuse by D.E.R.M., the Miami Dade Department of Environmental Resources Management, against 400 property owners  in an 8.5 mile area adjacent to the who faced hundred of thousands of dollars in fines and destruction of their property as the county classified their land as environmentally sensitive wetlands. The property owners call it a land grab.

 

 

At a meeting called by Commissioner yinda Bell between D.E.R.M. Director Carlos Espinosa and property owners, during which one person called D.E.R.M. one of the most predatory agences he’d ever dealt with, after the IRS. The county maintained it was protecting the environment.Property owners called for Espinosa to be forced down from his position of power and abuse and Commissioner Bell called for an investigation of D.E.R.M.s enforcement practices. Espinosa subsequently resigned.

– See more at: http://www.stopagenda21inms.com/index.php?/Private-Property-Abuses/follow-up-on-the-florida-story.html#sthash.SukhGVYY.dpuf

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