Vivek Reveals Chilling Plan To SEIZE Private Property

Republican 2024 presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has raised concerns about the potential threat to Americans’ constitutional rights and freedoms posed by globalists advocating for a green agenda.

Ramaswamy asserts that a foundational ideal of the United States is currently at risk in Iowa. He points to John Locke, an Enlightenment thinker whose ideas influenced the Declaration of Independence. According to Teach Democracy, Locke believed in the fundamental natural rights of man, including life, liberty, and property.

However, Ramaswamy warns that citizens’ fundamental right to own property is in jeopardy as unelected bureaucrats and corporate elites push forward with their green agenda. He specifically highlights the risk faced by Iowa farmers, who may be compelled to sell their property to accommodate the construction of carbon-capture pipelines across the Midwest.

In a video posted on Twitter/X, Ramaswamy contends that this initiative aligns with the “Great Reset” agenda of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its founder, Klaus Schwab.

“The Great Reset now comes to your backyard,” Ramaswamy warns.

“It’s dead wrong & unconstitutional to use *eminent domain* to seize farmland to advance the global climate cult’s carbon capture pipelines in the American midwest.

“Shame on the GOP Establishment for its silence on this critical issue in Iowa,” he wrote in the post captioning the video.

“The Climate Cult has nothing to do with the climate,” he says in the video.

“That is one of the many reasons why it is a hoax.

Ramaswamy further elucidates that the green agenda serves as a tool employed by globalists to benefit China at the expense of America.

He highlights the utilization of eminent domain as a means to acquire land from individuals unwilling to sell. Eminent domain involves the government seizing private land or property against the landowner’s wishes and repurposing it for public use while purportedly providing compensation to the owner.

“Think of that unconstitutional violation, that World Economic Forum vision that you have no property,” he said.

“Well, now they’re bringing that to the backyards of even Iowa farmers in the United States.”

Ramaswamy is against the application of eminent domain for private companies, as reported by the Iowa Capital Dispatch. He has previously expressed disapproval of other GOP presidential candidates for not taking a clear stance on this matter.

“Why am I the only candidate who’s able to even say these things to you?” Ramaswamy said.

“It’s because every politician dances to the tune of their biggest donor, like a fact of nature.”

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