Why our land is important

Re: He who laughs first laughs last 

“ To begin with the end in mind, “ One of Stephen R. Covey’s mantle in one of his famous books; “The Seven Habits Of Highly effective People.” 

This is not the end, it is just the beginning, and we will not rest until the law is repealed and framed it so that there is no ambiguity but transparent enough for the average Samoans to understand it. 

Our land is a symbol of our freedom and sovereignty, and without it, we are likened unto those lost souls, lost at sea, drifting down the river Babylon and finally get swallowed up by the beast of the money changers; the bankers who are nothing more than thieves. 

No wonder why they called land real estate, it’s because its real, tangible, fixed assets; unlike to their fiat currency that doesn’t have value, but the only value is the paper that the money is printed on it.


Leituala Roger B.

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