Thursday, April 11, 2013

What's Next, Taxing Air?

Here I am so excited about guttering and rain barrels. I went on and on at my homesteading blog about the amazing measure of water in less than an inch of rain. Since I so love what a rain water rinse does to my hair, I even had the great idea to use rain water in my skin and hair care products at G-ma's Goatmilk Soap and Tribally Yours, distributed exclusively by the Land of Goshen, LLC. This blog is just going to be full of links, and speaking of links, upon reading a headline this morning, I was reminded of a little e-mail forward that goes around from time to time, regarding Noah building the ark in modern times with government codes and oversight.

Rather than copy and paste, I've included a link at the end of the blog. Now, getting back to the headline this morning. It seems the governor of Maryland has no problem claiming some pretty lofty authority over his "subjects." The state general assembly approved a stormwater fee for nine counties in Maryland. Translation: There is now a rain tax! It will be documented by satellite and the tax itself will be determined on a local level. The EPA is behind this to clean up the Chesapeake Bay area . . . I thought rain belonged to G-d . . . and for those who don't believe in G-d, does that mean it automatically defaults to the government?

The reality of this is really rather ominous though, in that with cloud seeding and chemtrails, etc. it would be completely possible to come up with tax liens beyond what could be reasonably paid . . . From what I understand, no property owner is exempt. Well, I'm guessing county courthouses won't have to worry. Since it's entirely possible for "man" to make it rain, it's entirely possible for "man" to make it excessive. I've heard a voice from heaven speak from a dark cloud the day after a tornado destroyed an Ozark town, that "weather is not to be in the hands of man."

While this information is, of course, presented to be a politically divisive issue, the bottom line remains the same for all taxpayers, regardless of party or affiliation. We must get beyond the political blame of parties and realize that all of our politicians are usurping authority that does not belong to humans and we will pay. Taxes will be the least of our problems. The rain doesn't belong to us, it is a gift from our Creator. If the government really does feel arrogantly entitled enough to tax rain, it's really not so satirical to suggest an "air tax" is next.

Rain Tax

Noah's Dilemma

They say unto him, Caesar's. Then saith he unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto G-d the things that are G-d's.

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