By Anna Von Reitz
On top of all the other odd news I am in receipt of, there are people going around trying to sell (with a straight face) -- "Water Districts".
They think that because they bought the "Water District" from some one or another of the bankrupt levels of a fraudulently operated governmental services corporation that they now own the water in say, part of California. Or Nebraska. Or North Dakota.
And having been honestly deluded themselves, they are now wandering around trying to sell Water Districts to investors.
Trying to sell a Water District is like trying to sell The Big Rock Candy Mountain. Or Dog Patch, USA. Or any other totally made-up mental construct.
A "Water District" doesn't actually exist.
It's only an "administrative service area" created by a bankrupt corporation and has nothing whatsoever to do with actual water, which belongs absolutely and irrevocably to the people of the actual state.