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In the U.S. states of Ohio, Oregon, and California, the inhabitants, Declared Residents and American Nationals within The United States of America are seeing the assault of private property rights like never before. The police are being told not to remove homeless people from trespassing on private property. Homeless people are being given the right to take over private property now for their use. LINK

In California it comes through proposition 47. A ballot initiative that passed in November 2014 to lower criminal penalties for various property and drug offenses and thereby ease the state’s prison overcrowding problem which has resulted in explosion in petty crime and private property vandalism.  LINK

Private property rights are being infringed upon by officers in the aforementioned states, vacant of any social compact, that would grant authority from the people to those offices to regulate public lands which violates the Land Ordinance of 1785.  LINK

The corporate government that has established themselves in America for over 230 years has had more than enough time, and the means to provide a solution for homelessness today. There are more humane ways of finding solutions for the homeless to be housed, fed, and helped. 

As of March 14th, 2020 the committee for the American National Union of The United States of America hereby abolishes any local, state, or federal rulings, statutes or codes which allows trespassers of any kind including but not limited to “homeless people” to commandeer, set up camp, or by any other means take over another’s private property as it were their own.  Hired corporate enforcement officers will not be allowed to trespass on the private property unless a home owner or renter demand that an intruder be removed that does not have first in time, first in right interest over the property.

Published by the committee for the American National Union of The United States of America