Are Cowboys AND Indians about to Unite Against the Federal Government?

Western Journalism.Com is reporting that yet another federal land grab in the Western U.S. is about to take place. According to the site:

“Following publicized disputes over federal land grabs in states including Nevada, Texas, and Utah, the Department of the Interior is reportedly looking at Sioux tribal reservations in South Dakota as its next target.

According to a report by Global Research, the agency intends to transfer ownership of a significant area of Oglala and Lakota Sioux property into a Tribal National Park under the operation of the National Parks Service. Despite the name, however, those Native Americans being affected will have no control of or claim to the land being taken.

Congress is now reportedly considering a bill that would allow federal authorities to make an offer to both Native and non-Native American landowners for the property. If residents refuse the deal, the government can then declare eminent domain and simply take ownership of the land, the report states.”

The website also states:

“The difference between this situation and the Bundy Ranch conflict?” she asked. “It will be the first time in the history of our country that the cowboys and Indians pose a united front against a federal government that is used to winning battles by first dividing and then conquering.”

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/federal-governments-latest-land-seizure-hits-residents-state/#XyFHdgEWxxhZJ6sW.99



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