By Anna Von Reitz
My Mother was a farm girl from Wisconsin and so was I, growing up. She worked with General Roy on what we called the Farm Union Cases. We were in the midst of the "Agricultural Revolt" that occurred in the Midwest in the late 1960's to early 1970's. You may not remember the NFO --- National Farmer's Organization --- but I do. I also remember convoys of dairy farmers driving milk trucks to Milwaukee and dumping millions of gallons of milk in the streets. Most of this misery and unrest was the result of the Agricultural Act of 1934, the little-known but heinous twin-sister of the Emergency Banking Act, which among other things placed land belonging to the States of the Union under foreign control, seized "custodial title" to public and private land across America, and implemented the Property Tax system. This is when the insanity well and truly began, and the basis by which it has flourished and continued ever since.