Bill Gates buys 2,000 acres in North Dakota… State AG wants answers…
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Think it has Something to do With the Unique Aquafer Under That Land .

If I 'm not Mistaken , Landowners Can Drill Wells on Their Own Land .


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Celebrating Over 30 Years as a " Designated Paper Terrorist "
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(06-24-2022, 12:01 PM)Heir Wrote: Think it has Something to do With the Unique Aquafer Under That Land .

If I 'm not Mistaken , Landowners Can Drill Wells on Their Own Land .


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Unless you're on federal land and the mineral rights have some uranium that is needing to be sold to the Russians so the Clinton's can benefit personally.
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All I Know is I Read About the Unique Substructure up That Way a While Back . Huge HUGE Area of Porous Rock Full of Water and Some Pressure Involved .

Unusual Kind of an Artesian Thing .


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https://www.ntd.com/bill-gatess-farmland...99301.html

Not just the AG, but also residents up in arms.

There was a similar skirmish with the military wanting to buy up farms for more training ground.  In New Mexico I think.
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