Who Discovered SamoaSo who spotted Samoa?
Criminal prosecutors say that many of the illicit narcotics contraband into American Samoa come through the South American Post. German and municipal civil servants meet in Pago Pago to debate an increasingly serious substance abuse issue. Nearly 20 Feds from the Coast Guard, the FBI, the Office for Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Customs and Border Control have been united for the first the area.
"Drug smuggling, mail is the most important means of transport. "or anything found at the postal service, in almost all cases, it's U.S. subjects or people." As Keith Gebauer said, the detection of methamphetamines and canabis is increasing at all points of entrance.
Fiddly tools and Samoan habits
I am today writing my thoughts about the protection that the Samoan rulers included in the constitution in 1961 so that Samoan territory is preserved by the Samoan League of Samoa as our prerogative given to us by our forefathers. The Samoa constitution contains a clause stating that no equipment may be used to circumvent the constitutionally required safeguards for our accustomed country.
That means that no plans, no politics, no false legislation, no consent of alien forces, companies or persons or publicity can overturn our usual property privileges. The comment is devoted to Atua, the spring, then to our forefathers, who discovered the isles of Samoa and became their uncontested possessors, and to our indisputable babies, the legitimate heir of Samoa and its ancient heritage.
There will be those in the twenty-first century who wonder how Samoa's habitual country came about. A number of writers may want to do something to correct the great injustice that the Human Rights Protection Party has done to the Samoan nation in its plans to take possession of and thereby enrich the entire country of every single Samoan and aga.
Under international law, the highest landtitle is an ingrained one. That has been handed down over generation after generation to the Samoans living today. There is no tax on this country. Protection against the estrangement or seizure of Samoans and a league is included in Articles 2, 14, 15, 102 & 109 of the Samoa constitution.
Pursuant to Art. 2 (2) of the Constitution, any current statute or statute adopted after the entry into force of the Constitution which is incompatible with the present Constitution shall be invalid to the fullness of its incompatibility. Art. 102 of the constitution is violated by the Act because it removes the usual lands of ALL Sa Moan on a permanent basis.
Conferring the Aiga' s supremacy or total property, it gives a few members of the community subsidiary property titles, so that a few Sa Moans become rich forever and the remainder of Sa Moa become commercial servants obliged to work on the lands of other nations to earn their livelihoods, and obliged to lease property to the people.
Samoan rents will become prohibitively pricey and eating will be just as prohibitively pricey. Rule 109 of the Constitution states that if the Sa Moa countryside is to be modified, a nationwide referenda must be held and 2/3 of the electorate must vote in favour of the end of the country common to our population.
In this knowledge, the H.R.P.P. have circumvented the national referendum. That is not what our Constitution demands. The constitution calls for a national referendum before this bill can be presented to the head of state for signature. This can only become legislation if 2/3 of the electorate approve the end of the usual landtitle for our population.
They use a mixture of constitutional right and policies to take the property of all Samoans from all common lands. Word-of-mouth propaganda is used to calm those whose country is affected. These Samoans, faithful to the H.R.P.P. administration, all loose their country because it comes under the sovereignty of the administration and is under the same level of bribery.
Property is often bought by affluent people and businesses as landlords either resell to them or to the state or their property is confiscated by the bank to pay off a loan backed by a mortgage on their property. While the whole lawsuit of transforming habitual property from traditional ownership into property and pledging is constitutional and illegal, the administration claims that it complies with the rule of law, although the whole lawsuit is indeed illegal and criminals.
As we see, the state is reorganising the regional court and setting up bank facilities to begin the conversion of ordinary property into real estate so that it can be pledged. Samoa's highest rule is its constitution. If two-thirds of Samoan citizens vote in a Samoan nationwide referenda, it offers an opportunity for Samoans to give up their lands on this.
In addition, the head of state may not approve a bill that would change the Samoan system without a nationwide referenda. A number of policy stunts, however, have enabled H.R.P.P.P. to enact a constitutionally prohibited act and to either prevent or simply disregard protection. At all times wrong information and publicity is used, while the usual country is sneaking in.
Strange lands, businesses and people may yearn for Samoa's country so that they can use their natural resource for themselves and their babies, but it was the intention of our institutional forebears and our forebears that our country should continue to be the wellspring of our foregoings. When they act to subvert our constitution, they act as foes of our state, not just our mates.
One Samoan law society certificate erroneously found that the country titles Bill does not impact on the usual country. There was no constitutional vote before the 2008 Cadastre Act could come into force. Although the Constitution explicitly forbids it to do so without a referenda, the Head of State has ratified the MLA.
The same does not hold true for customary or land register laws 2008, as they are designed to circumvent the provisions of the constitution. There is also another clause stating that a parliamentary attestation submitted to a Samoa tribunal that a nationwide plebiscite has taken place is evidence that a nationwide plebiscite has taken place.
These are unconstitutions and do not meet the requirements of a nationwide vote. Oddly enough, the objectives of the Asian Development Bank and H.R.P.P.P. to mobilize and secure (to allow the purchase and sale and to borrow funds against the usual country) were pursued without official consultations or assistance and unlawfully, i.e. by the H.R.P.P.
the adoption of the 2008 Real Estate Registration Act despite the non-compliance with the necessary legal measures to change property under Articles 102 and 109 of the Constitution of the Independent State of Samoa, which require a popular vote before an interest in ordinary property could be divested, pledged or used for the repayment of debts.
The A. D. B. found in 2004 that there were no societal problems or misgivings in the mobilization and securitization of ashore. A. D. B. did not consider the fact that traditional lands would no longer existed and that property in all lands would be transferred to the state, which would deprive all Samoans of their traditional lands without their permission.
H.R.P.P.'s government has undertaken to transform the usual country into a system in which this usual country can be either free for sale or used as collateral for loan without the approval of the people. H.R.P.P.'s part in the removal of regular titles from all Samoans through an illegal removal of authority without the approval of the usual landowners can be summarized in one word: misuse.
A. D. B.'s part in closing its eyes to societal upheavals and taking habitual lands to finance such illegal acts can be summarized in one word: genocide. The Cabinet has authorised the award of the consultancy agreement for the Sustainable Management Country Administration Survey to Land Equity International Pty Ltd, Australia.
In a press statement issued by the press secretariat of the federal state, the press office of the federal parliament said: 00 (about 2,593,000 Tala). National Samoa Integrated Network to a Cadastre Surveying Standard); - Component2: Landverwaltungsreform (to transform the Landverwaltungssystem into a Torrens-System). The new version of Lan Equity International Pty Ltd. was the most fulfilling bidding and fulfilled all necessary demands and prerequisites.
"Samoa is an unsolved economical and societal issue. It is a key part of Samoan life and ritual. About 80% of the plots are owned by duty, while 16% are publicly owned and 4% are owned. Usually the property is owned by the chosen leader of a large familys (Matai) or a village leader.
Dealing with the challenges of a conventional system is hard and extremely delicate. Therefore, there are no answers and questions about rural areas further restrict developments. However, the government has recognised that the present system of ownership of property is a major obstacle to domestic developments. A Legislative Committee is set up by the government to advise on reform of the ownership and procedure of acres.
A. D. B. endorsed recent work to deliver a thorough legislative review of the problems and a road map for transformation, as well as a useful frame for changes to soil-legislation. These results of the Jurisprudence Committee will be decisive in formulating changes that will lead to a working real estate property exchange. At the end of 2002, A.D.B. conducted a review of the privatisation industry which found that support was needed to speed up the period to obtaining a tenancy agreement, to make sure that leases are dependable, that undocumented Samoan lands can be leased, to consolidate the usual practices, to reinforce the judgments of the Regional Court, to lift limitations on real estate and to cut the costs and certification obligations for deeds.
A. D. B. was called upon by the government to promote a new breed of rural mobilization and securitization policies. For Samoa, such changes could represent ground-breaking advances and could have a significant repercussions on the region. However, given the sensitivity of the Pacific Ocean landmass, all efforts to implement it must be carried out with the greatest possible sensitivity and perseverance, in full coordination with landholders and with a high level of time and methodology in terms of versatility and innovativeness.
In the long run, the objective is to reduce livelihoods and promote sustainable prosperity by making it easier to develop the domestic economy through the commercial use of agricultural lands as security. In order to do this, however, it will help to launch the next wave of reform through a feasibility assessment of the possibilities for mobilising and securitising ashore.
This will help to analyse the problems associated with the mobilisation and securitisation of common properties and to explore and evaluate possible ways and avenues. This is a survey on the possibilities of mobilising and securitising ashore. The Asian Development Bank thus decided that the usual Samoan country must be mobilized or dissolved and then pledged as collateral for the credit.
Mobilising country means taking over the interests of most Samoans and passing the country on to a few - this means that there will be an increase in pauperism and economical enslavement, more aliens will own Samoan country until aliens own most of it. If we do nothing, the Prime Minister and the government cannot destroy our way of living.