In A Free Market Economy, Who Owns The Country’s Natural Resources?

Natural resources are “owned” by our planet, not by us, and replenished by earth’s natural ability for renewal.

If we are lucky, we get to use those resources, depending on the systems we create to allow access to such resources. Since our current ill-defined “free-market” mechanisms fail to subjugate to the freedom of freedom (a relativity theory), access to natural resources is oligarchically restricted, for the very purpose of administering control amongst ourselves.

So, to answer your question accurately, the ownership of resources does not change based on the manmade systems we build, only our access to them affects our use.

Let’s lead the world by example with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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