09-30-2005, 04:20 PM
Why There Was No Looting In Texas
John T. Dilberger
09-30-2005, 05:05 PM
Thanks for the picture. I'm making copies and I'll put them where they'll do the most good.
09-30-2005, 11:39 PM
there are many more pictures at hurricane heros (http://christiansbiblestudy.org/hurricane_heros.htm)
07-02-2007, 02:21 AM
This looks like a good place to put this very current Texas item—looks like it will be in the next First Freedom.
The non-TX items are a bonus. Joel ROrie is one of our Patirotr Network regulars (the organization I mentioned that liberates taxpayers, whose newsletter editor I am) and an old friend of Dr. Clarkson's.
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Texas is at a crossroads. In Southern folklore the intersection of two roads can be an evil place where dark forces converge. And so it seems, Rick Perry, on his political journey, discovered the “Crossroads of the Americas” and sold his soul to the devil, who promised to fulfill his ambitions. With the help of big money lobbyists, attorneys and a legion of “yes men” in the Legislature, he set in motion the Trans-Texas Corridor. Gov. Perry’s $200 billion corporate welfare boondoggle program would kick tens of thousands of Texans off their property, then lease it to a Spanish Corporation, which would profit from their debt, gas taxes and toll fees for the next 50-70 years. This is happening, even though 90% of Texans, only now learning of the TTC, don’t want the project. Two-thirds of Texas voters don’t want Perry either. Still, he slithers into office with 39% of the vote. Why? Because there is no runoff election in Texas. When the Houston Chronicle asked Perry if he was concerned about being a minority governor, he snapped, “I don’t think that matters one twit [sic]. We’ll still have 100% of the authority.”
The Devil, you say?
To toll or not to toll
Former TxDOT Commissioner and current State Senator Robert Nichols, in thinking on toll roads: Basically, he does not favor the no-compete clauses, which he did not think would be a part of the deal for the Trans Texas Corridor.
When the Transportation Commission announced the proposed corridor along I-35 in 2004, both Cintra- Zachary, the company chosen to build the system, and the Transportation Commission publicly stated there would be no “no-compete” clause in the contract.
Fast-forward a few years later and reality is like a cold glass of water in the face. With few exceptions, the Cintra contract contains a noncompete clause stating no alternative roads can be built within miles of either side of the toll road for 50 years without paying penalties. Many similar contracts are being negotiated that would give private companies exclusive rights to many-mile wide areas of land in Texas’ highest growth areas.
Put simply, the State is enacting a policy that forces Texans to drive on a toll road with very few alternatives. In high-growth areas, the private toll operator would be free to increase tolls as demand for the road increases. New road construction by the State would be penalized, thereby setting up a classic monopoly, agreed to by the State, forcing Texans to pay ever-increasing tolls. There should be incentives to relieve congestion, not penalties.
U.S. citizen vs. State citizen
Joseph Rorie, “The Cat Man” of Article V Group (14thfraud.com), at a seminar in Foley, Alabama, on June 23 made these observations.
By Bill Ivy
The “14th Amendment,” never ratified under Article V of the U.S. Constitution when presented in 1866 to the several States, though not lawfully an amendment to the said Constitution is de facto held as such. The following excerpts from an 1873 case, U.S. v. Anthony, 24 Fed. case 14,459, decreed the existence of two citizen classes separate and distinct from one another and each having particular rights protected by the jurisdiction of its own government:
The 14th fourteenth amendment defines and declares who shall be citizens of the United States, and protects only such rights as are rights belonging to persons as citizens of the United States, and not rights belonging to persons as citizens of a State.
The fourteenth amendment creates and defines citizenship of the United States.
The rights of citizens of the States and of citizens of the United States are each guarded by these different provisions. That these rights are separate and distinct.
The rights of citizens of the State, as such, are not under consideration in the fourteenth amendment. They stand as they did before the adoption of the fourteenth amendment. and are fully guaranteed by other provisions.
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The U.S. citizen is a creation of the 14th amendment, whereas State citizenship has existed since prior to the creation of the Republic itself. A U.S. citizen is a subject under the jurisdiction and protection of the U.S. government. What exactly does one commit himself to in signing government forms that require one to “swear or affirm” that he is a U.S. citizen?
Minority rule is now the rule
By Olaf Childress
Mr. Rorie, a man of very patriotic mind who realizes the dire straits into which our country has fallen, is taking his diagnosis of today’s political problems on the road in hopes of pointing us toward solutions. He also writes, which is how I got to know him. You see, I’m the editor and publisher of a paper that goes out monthly from Silverhill 12 miles north of here. If you are not familiar with The First Freedom (http://www.14thfraud.com/), it’s a newspaper containing lots of such topics as the controlled media shy away from.
We are all brainwashed. No, let’s not deny it. We’ve not been living in caves, but completely surrounded by this incessant flow of information filtered to shut out what doesn’t fit the approved pattern. It’s just a matter of degree by each of us, how thoroughly one’s brain has been massaged. We speak our honest opinions at home, but even there stick mainly to the so-called norms, though you and I can plainly see these televised stereotypes get less normal all the time. And when we’re out among strangers in public places like this, few will venture past generally-approved opinions; that is, what the mediacracy holds kosher. We don’t sound off with the profound idea that our people have nothing to apologize for and much to be proud of. This defeatist attitude must change.
A 200-member Council of Concerned Citizens for Freedom in Baldwin County formed up in 1994 to fight that mandated subscription to rural area garbage pickup, though all the local newspapers and lots of Yankees recent to our area said, “Hey, rural area garbage pickup works fine. What’s the fuss?” Well, the problem was that every municipality and densely populated rural area already had garbage pickup by private haulers; they didn’t want the government taking over, running them out of business by unfairly competing with incarcerated slaves, taking over what was working fine in the private sector. The same government that’s apologizing for the slavery it had nothing to do with sends slaves out today working on municipal, county and State projects otherwise unaffordable. Prisoners in China and here are manufacturing things in competition with private enterprise. The ones who are all for regimentation expect themselves to be part of the regime that’s in charge. I hear from prisoners advising us to stay out of jail by avoiding the mistakes they made fighting this conspiracy that fully intends to enslave us all. “How could that happen?” the fully-deceived may ask. “Gradually,” this only-half-brainwashed editor will answer. The time to fight for and preserve freedom is while not yet behind bars. Resist! Don’t pay taxes you don’t owe, nor apologize for crimes you didn’t commit. John Fender and I got arrested for resisting the garbage mandate when they closed the county landfill to private haulers and we invaded with our so-called trash caravan anyway. Here in Foley, facing a standing-room-only courtroom crowd of angry citizens, Judge Wilters backed off, dropped charges, a step forward. But then came the usual two steps backward toward tyranny. That’s the way communism lives. People would call John and me: “District Attorney Whetstone summoned another dozen of us in. Didn’t need it, but we’re signed up and they’ve already cracked our paved driveway.” Some feared prisoners out on garbage pickup would case their neighborhood for later mischief. Others complained of broken tree limbs, damaged garbage cans, etc. Our advice to all those belly-achers was, you’re getting what you deserve for taking another step backward; next time stand in D.A. Whetstone’s face and tell him plainly: “I will not comply.” John and I fought it to the last. On the day I called together Attorney Doerr, Rep. McMillan, two talkshow hosts and several others for a meeting out under our oak tree to discuss reversing that garbage mandate, my wife whispered to me, “But you are in compliance.” Bless her; not understanding my resolve she had started paying to keep me out of jail, though I was later put behind bars on two separate occasions for civil disobedience which we’ll not get into here. Whetstone was telling me somebody had been paying for pickup in my name, and it made no difference that we weren’t putting out garbage, long as the money came in.
A tiny ethnic minority is in charge of this country, and such people are mostly their stooges. Representing just 3% of the populace, they control the money, media and military. With the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 they took away from Congress its constitutional mandate to coin money and regulate the value thereof. But wasn’t the Federal Reserve Act an act of Congress? Yes, but it got rammed through in the wee hours at Christmas with most legislators absent. Something similar is happening in that same District of Corruption right now concerning this amnesty bill that nobody wants except that tiny 3% ethnic group, plus the more brainwashed among us, and, of course, the illegal aliens they’ve lured in here to destroy this country. Congress has no control of that privately owned Federal Reserve, which in its 94 years has never been audited or had a president outside the ethnic minority that created it. Congress could in a day dissolve the Fed and resume its constitutional mandate to issue money, enough to pay off the national debt and then some. They don’t, because they’re scared. Of what? The mediacracy.
That same 3% ethnic minority controls 97% of our daily newspapers and book publishers; dictates what goes into public school courses; owns all the TV networks. Don’t believe me? It’s well documented at www.natall.com/who-rules-america (http://www.natall.com/who-rules-america) . The same media power determines our foreign policy and permits that ethnic minority’s interests to decide questions of war and peace. Without such guile, there could have been no Persian Gulf war, no NATO massacre of Serb civilians, nor Iraq War, and thousands of lives would have been saved.
What can we do about these problems? Let’s get down on our knees in prayer and meditation each morning at daybreak, this before breakfast or work, or anything of lesser importance, and petition almighty God for guidance. I can’t guess what you’ll then be doing; it’s your job alone. I know mine, my assignment, and I almost said commission. Be clear about the difference between individual responsibility as called for by a higher spiritual power than any of us can ignore with impunity and today’s groupthink that’s conspiring to assign us a co-mission towards one-size-fits-all world government.
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