What's Going on in Galice?

Good Question!  Glad you asked.

Since there's such a huge amount of gossip, disinfo, misinfo, and conspiracy theory pertaining to the Sugar Pine Mine situation out in Galice, we, the owners of the mine, thought we'd tell you ourselves, the absolute FACTS of the case.
 
The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
 
If you want the short version CLICK HERE
 
If you want the whole story CLICK HERE
 
If you'd like all the history of the Sugar Pine with vintage photos of the mine CLICK HERE

If you would like to help us stop this BLM land grab by making a donation to our legal fund, please CLICK HERE

 

2 comments:

  1. Only the "people of the United States" can make a claim for the land of the United States.

    The surface rights to the land was settled in 1783 in the Definitive Treaty of Peace, when the Crown of Great Britain relinquished all claims to the states and every part thereof, and with the United States of America acting as an Agent for the Crown of Great Britain, cannot abrogate any treaty made by the Crown of Great Britain.

    For a discussion of the topic you will find documentation on the following webisite:

    http://www.freesovereignandindependent.com

    Because every individual within the United States is presumed to be a Citizen of the United States of America/"inhabitant of the United States"/subject of Great Britain/slave, those "inhabitants of the United States" do not have the political character and status to make any such claim.

    Only, the "people of the United State" have the political character and status to make any claim against the land of the United States.

    The two terms, "people of the United States" and "inhabitants of the United States" comes right out of Article 3 of the Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783, and are discussed in depth on the website above stated.

    Have a good time being educated, it is all right there.

    Michael Joseph Kearns
    210-523-7154
    210-508-2961 (cell)
    m3j3k3@hotmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. Thank you for your comment, Michael.

    ReplyDelete

We thank you for your comment. Come back again soon!

- Sugar Pine Mine.