Merritt said Americans must have their own land where they can live and grow food to take care of themselves. If they do not have their own land, it will be over for them.
"That is a critical infrastructure that has to be preserved and that is the basis of our liberty," said Merritt, a former Navy physician and surgeon.
Loos, a sixth-generation rancher and farmer, noted that land grabbing is not new. He has been talking about the importance of domestic food and energy production for more than 20 years.
However, he lamented that people have been taking the issue for granted. According to Loos, people never cared about it until the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic happened and the U.S. food and energy sector suddenly became crippled.
The central Nebraska rancher mentioned that rich and influential people are behind this collapse, and they take marching orders from the globalist United Nations and the World Economic Forum. These individuals are putting pressure on elected officials to advance this agenda.
Loos also told Merritt that he has been fighting the Endangered Species Act for years. Under the law, the government – through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – seeks to control land under the guise of "protecting endangered species." But of the 2,390 animal species listed as endangered in America since 1971, the government has only successfully saved 12 as of writing.
Moreover, Merritt noted that the EPA also attempted to do a land grab following the East Palestine, Ohio train derailment and chemical spill. She expressed belief that the disaster isn't an accident, and that Americans are in a multi-dimensional war with every facet of their life being attacked. (Related: Ohio train derailment highlights Democrats’ environmental hypocrisy, reveals this about the disaster.)
Her guest agreed, saying: "We've got to get around the government to bring these things to the forefront." Loos also noted that so-called conservation programs being done in the name of the 30 by 30 initiative are nothing more than attempts to stop farmers from being able to use the land to produce food, fiber and fuel for the nation and the world.
The sixth-generation farmer noted that the attempt to shut down food production was done by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. But while Americans can't control the Swamp in Washington, D.C., they can play a key role while in their respective home states.
Loos mentioned that former Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, now a U.S. senator, has viewed the 30 by 30 initiative as a challenge and a threat to the human food production. He added that more than half of the counties in the Cornhusker State had signed resolutions at the county level against it. County commissioners who signed these resolutions have committed to preventing 30 by 30 efforts from taking place in their respective territories.
"We all need to focus on what is happening in the county, the county government, the county or local school boards and that is where we control this and turn the tide," Loos said.
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