Even in one of the most remote places on earth there is growing resentment and conflict over land ownership and the extensions of it, namely resource ownership and economic ownership. The states of the world as we know them today, guided by the private capitalists (by essential nature competetive and agressive), are stepping up their efforts to "own" the earth and exhert their unellected, unrepresentative influence and economic plan on all people of the earth. British people had their land stolen from them with the Enclosure acts 300 years ago. The land of Rapa Nui is for the people of Rapa Nui to use as they wish and does not belong to corporate masters in Santiago. The global question of land ownership needs to be fundamentally addressed.