How Much Loss Of Liberty Can You Take?
- J.A.I.L. News Journal
Los Angeles, California October 3, 2001HOW MUCH LOSS OF LIBERTY CAN YOU TAKE?The below was sent to us at J.A.I.L. through one of our JAILers in the State of Vermont. All we can say is that when the people have had enough, they can change it all. But first, they have to have their belly filled with their own desires. Well was it stated by Frederick Douglass a hundred and fifty years ago:Find out just what the people will submit to and you have found out the exact amount of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them; and these will continue until they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress.- Frederick Douglass, Aug. 4, 1857.... The Vermont Legislature ... chose to delete that portion of the Vermont Constitution that allowed the people to throw out their government peacefully by binding referendum. Most recognize that Vermont has replaced its Constitutional Republic with a Socialist Republic. It has taken control of the use of land, buildings, businesses, jobs, and the economy. You are still allowed to own property but it's use is controlled by the state through Vermont Statues and rule making by state agencies.Small businesses are slaves of the state and costs are mandated upon landowners and business owners using statues and rule making. The most recent radical example is the shutting down of a car dealer in Barre using highway barriers for not install separations on his existing Grandfathered parking lot. Since that case the Vt. Department of
Transportation has mandated cost of these Islands on the state right of
way to business all over the state. There should be, after all, a right for
a business not to have to pay for upgrades to the highway system from
their own pocket. Examples are in Barre, Vergennes, and Johnson. Our free market economy has been replaced by a Socialist Market Economy with unreasonable operating cost dictated by the Aristocrats in
Title 10, the Billboard Law eliminated billboards and through Rule Making, State Agencies eliminated practically all signs in Vermont. Many towns like Colchester have moved through regulation to limit the use of camps and cottages to seasonal use only, prohibiting property owners from renting or fully utilizing their property. ....Republicans suspended the rights of developers using Act 250, Democrats suspended of the rights of citizens under Act 200. The state is collectively planning of the use of land and the establishment of businesses through it's 12 Regional Commissions and the state's current growth control doctrine. Business hours of operation, and their number of employees, and there very existence, is controlled using Zoning Ordinances, Town Plans, and Town By Laws.They recently suspended Constitutional rights and enacted a Kangaroo Municipal Ordinance Court similar to the Administrative Traffic Court in which the right to counsel, the right to trial by jury, the right to discovery are all severally limited. Violations of Municipal Ordinances are now cited and violators must appear before the Board of Adjustment and then appeal to the Administrative like Municipal Ordinance Court.The adoption of Historic Preservation Districts, Design Control Districts, Commercial District, Industrial Parks, Growth Centers, along with the multitude of designations such as open space, historic site, scenic vista etc can result in endless violations. Under Act 200's designations we have evolved into a Socialist Republic. Some towns have moved to regulate of the number of bedrooms, the number of building permits,
and have shut down building for a year in violation of the U. S.
Constitution. They have created housing for Seniors only, low income
only, a private transportation system for Seniors and those with limited Income and veterans, Meals on Wheels, subsidized rent for Seniors and Low Income persons. Free meals at Senior Housing, at Senior's Homes, the distribution of surplus foods have all evolved us into a Socialist Republic.Act 60, the Statewide Commercial Property Tax transferred the cost of
education to business, exempting and/or severally limiting education taxes on low income persons and seniors.Act 15 took the crops of tree farmers by forcing them to get permits, buy expensive forest plans, leave significant parts of their crop on the woodlot. Intimidation, blackmail, extortion and theft of property occur
regularly to permit applicants.Applicants are intimidated into meeting town plans and zoning. Permit applicants are also required to give up rights and land for bike paths, parks and other amenities at the cost of the landowner or business owners as a condition for granting permits. Blackmail occurs when
land and business owners are forced to accept the regulation of the
number of employees, the hours of operation, and meet unusual
conditions for the granting of permits such as those found in criteria 8,
Aesthetic of Act 250. ....Extortion actually occurs when permit applicants for large
projects are forced to give up their property, such as the 166 acres
farm in Williston. Others were been required to accept the designation of
80 acres of their land as "deer habitat" and a process of seeking permission from the state to cut wood on one's private property. Others were required to shut down businesses and lodging using the new Municipal Court.Towns retroactively adopted "Industrial Zoning" to ongoing operations and issue notice of violations, "lodging in an industrial area." Still
others are persecuted by Town Listers, Town Planners, the Department of Evaluation and Review, Department of Labor and Industry, the Natural
Resources Agency and the Health Department.Vermont mandates upgrades to the Metropolitan 1997 Life Safety Code on existing ongoing grandfathered small businesses, shutting down their
operation. ....All these things and a multitude of others have resulted in an evolution to a socialist republic under the control of aristocrats in Montpelier through state agencies. Only the ... financial secure can get through the permit process simply by buying their way through the process, with the costs passed on to the people.Tom Morse
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