The land (to live, work and play on) is necessary for all the earth's inhabitants and is a free gift for all mankind. It is entirely wrong to treat it as private property (like a car or a bag of sausages) as it is something civilised people have to share out. The Bible demands in Leviticus 25 that we regularly re-share-out the land in the Jubilee and this is a Jubilee year is it not?
Over the past 500 years, through enclosure, or privatisation of common land when only the bigger landowners were allowed to vote, the land under our feet has been stolen from the ordinary people of Britain. Only money can now buy you land but the money system has been monopolised and sabotaged by City crooks.
That fact that squatters can not afford to sue the Daily Mail in court for the lies they tell about their desperate plight bears no relevance to the justice of their cause which must and will ultimately prevail.
To cut off all escape from financial servitude, the travelling lifestyle has also been criminalised over the last ten years with the Tory Criminal Justice Act 1993 which was largely drawn up by the Country Landowners Association's lawyers.
The present generation refuse to accept this stealthy class war by the greedy rich people on the poor of Britain, and as such are reclaiming what is rightfully theirs by occupying empty properties and making them their homes rather than sleeping rough. Starved of opportunity and the right to express themselves through meaningful work these are the real entrepreneurs of 21st century Britain.
FURTHER non Daily Mail READING:
The World Turned Upside Down (1972) by Christopher Hill (not your Melanie Phillips' recent stolen titled drivel)
The Levellers and the English Revolution (1976) by N. H. Brailsford
This Land Is Our Land (1987) by Marion Shoard
Who Owns Britain (2002) by Kevin Cahill
Who Owns The World (2010) by Kevin Cahill
Cotters and Squatters (2002) by Colin Ward