Sunday, June 8, 2014

A Visit To The Garden Of Eden In Texas May Be In My Future Later This Month

On the left you are looking at a picture of the Garden of Eden.

The Garden of Eden is located in Kennedale.

Kennedale is a town south of Arlington in the state of Texas.

Less than a year ago the city of Arlington invaded Kennedale with a SWAT team sent to attack the Garden of Eden.

You living in Free America, where the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights are still the law of the land, probably have a difficult time with the idea that within America's borders there are areas which are ruled like a Police State, where individual's rights are trampled, where property can be stolen by subverting the legitimate concept of using eminent domain to take property for the public good, such as building a highway, school or hospital.

In the Dallas/Fort Worth Police State Zone eminent domain can be abused to take people's homes to build a sports stadium or a parking lot for a mall or to build an un-needed flood diversion channel for a public works project the public has never voted for.

If you are not familiar with the crimes against humanity committed in Arlington to build Jerry Jones a new football stadium, well, you can read all about it on my Eyes on Texas Dallas Cowboy Stadium Scandal webpage.

So, why am I harping on this subject today?

Well, a few minutes ago on Facebook, via Allen Patterson and the Tarrant County Libertarians, I read the following interesting information about the Garden of Eden, which also included a poetic reference to the Dallas Cowboy Stadium Scandal....

Back in August of 2013, the city of Arlington TX conducted a full-blown SWAT raid on Quinn Eaker's organic farm and community - The Garden Of Eden.

It was a drug raid, thinly disguised as a response to zoning violations. Arlington's henchmen took mothers away from nursing babies. The raid lasted for 10 hours. The SWAT team found "17 blackberry bushes, 15 okra plants, 14 tomatillo plants ... native grasses and sunflowers," and nothing else. Quinn Eaker got a citation for "improperly stacked firewood" and was ticketed for a lingering traffic citation.

In response to this absurd violation of property rights, the Tarrant County Libertarian Party is running Quinn Eaker for the Texas House of Representatives! (District 96)

We're getting together with Quinn and his extended family on Sunday, June 22nd, at 3:00 p.m. 7325 Mansfield Cardinal Rd, Kennedale, TX You'll get to see the farm, meet the family, and around 6:00 they will serve up some of their famous organic food.

What people do on their own property is no one else's business. Quinn Eaker doesn't live his life in the way that most of us do, although our lifestyles are far more likely to harm him than vice-versa. (And please remember that Arlington is the city most opposed to "Open Carry", and the city that took property from landowners by force, bulldozed the houses, and built The Temple Of Jerry Jones on the spot of their theft.)

Come get to know this fascinating young man and support his candidacy for Texas House. Sunday, June 22nd, from 3 til 7, at "The Garden Of Eden" 7325 Mansfield Cardinal Rd, Kennedale, TX.

I am not a big fan of attending these type things due to my tendency to quickly get bored. However, I'm thinking a visit to the Garden of Eden on June 22 might be interesting enough to hold my interest.....


Prairiepaintbrush said...

Thanks, Durango

Anonymous said...

And Now for Something Completely Different:

Former Fort Worth mayor Mike Moncrief dressed up like Carl Spangler from the movie, Caddyshack: