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The Show / Question for Stephanie about her vocational monopoly
« on: March 19, 2012, 03:21:09 PM »
Wondering what your concerns are about engaging in a monopoly occupation, that the state by nature of the monopoly steals from those that use your services, and will put in a rape cage any that dare to compete with your services. I am not sure that complying with these usurpation's of liberty, serves the cause of liberty

Doctors are far from the only offenders. Dentists, Attorneys and others are in the same class. Those that can not afford the monopoly rates do without.  And many valuable competing views are not even allowed to exist.

Thanks
Joe

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Free Radio Forum / What do you think of Ruger firearms?
« on: November 13, 2011, 07:42:30 PM »
Let me start with the fact I own a single Ruger product. A Mark III pistol.

That being said the company has never heard a government edict that they have not enthusiastically implemented.  To top it all off they are supporting the NRA. The gun organization most likely to compromise your gun rights. There are other gun rights organizations that do not have the track record of selling the American public out.

I was not happy to hear them get exposure on a freedom oriented show.

Just my 2 cents worth. What do you think?

FYI for bolt guns you should look at Savage the 100 and the Stevens or Axis/Edge  knock off many many advantage over any other manufacturer.


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The Rubber Room - Not Safe for Work / Joseph Farah gets "Anarchy" wrong
« on: January 03, 2011, 07:54:29 PM »
http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=246041#ixzz19qcvx7Jt

When  Farah gets it wrong he really gets it wrong! He certainly is no Chuck Baldwin.  

Has he not caught on that a vast majority of so called Anarchist activity are  government agent-provocateurs?  They have been caught at it time and time again, and are always present at the G20's. Has he not yet learned that when government fears something that they infiltrate and smear or neuter the organization?

"The best way to control the opposition is to lead it." - Lenin

They have done this with John Burchers, the militia, the civil rights movement, the anti war movement, the Tea Party, the Libertarian Party, and  recently the Anarchists.  They have been so sucessful with smearing the concept of  the militia and classical liberalism (libertarianism) that one of the brothers at my church uses those 2 words in what often sounds as if they were 4 letter words. He speaks the same way about Anarchy and so does Joseph Farah.

In the case of Anarchy  first of all they both fail to separate  the political  philosophy from things such as violence, which is a strategy NOT a political philosophy and  is a distinct and separate thing.  Also his violence is most often the manifestation of government agent  provocateurs or funded groups.

There are many mainstem organizations that are Anarchist in nature though they do not use the term because it has been so vilified. Lew Rockwell and Strike the Root are both anarchist sites. Henry David Thoreau and Lysander Spooner were both strongly in the Anarchist camp.

From reading Farahs article ("no rules, no police, no authority") it is clear that he does not even understand what anarchy is. (The lack of people that have a monopoly on power and will kill you if you don't do everything that they say - a government.)

In closing it just upsets me when I see Farah do the handiwork of the New World Order. We need every Patriot that we can get.

Be Blessed

Joe

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General / Joseph Farah gets "Anarchy" wrong
« on: January 03, 2011, 05:36:33 PM »
When  Farah gets it wrong he really gets it wrong! He certainly is no Chuck Baldwin. 

Has he not caught on that a vast majority of so called Anarchist activity are  government agent-provocateurs?  They have been caught at it time and time again, and are always present at the G20's. Has he not yet learned that when government fears something that they infiltrate and smear or neuter the organization?

"The best way to control the opposition is to lead it." - Lenin

They have done this with John Burchers, the militia, the civil rights movement, the anti war movement, the Tea Party, the Libertarian Party, and  recently the Anarchists.  They have been so sucessful with smearing the concept of  the militia and classical liberalism (libertarianism) that one of the brothers at my church uses those 2 words in what often sounds as if they were 4 letter words. He speaks the same way about Anarchy and so does Joseph Farah.

In the case of Anarchy  first of all they both fail to separate  the political  philosophy from things such as violence, which is a strategy NOT a political philosophy and  is a distinct and separate thing.  Also his violence is most often the manifestation of government agent  provocateurs or funded groups.

There are many mainstem organizations that are Anarchist in nature though they do not use the term because it has been so vilified. Lew Rockwell and Strike the Root are both anarchist sites. Henry David Thoreau and Lysander Spooner were both strongly in the Anarchist camp.

From reading Farahs article ("no rules, no police, no authority") it is clear that he does not even understand what anarchy is. (The lack of people that have a monopoly on power and will kill you if you don't do everything that they say - a government.)

In closing it just upsets me when I see Farah do the handiwork of the New World Order. We need every Patriot that we can get.

Be Blessed

Joe

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General / Please DO NOT support the troops!
« on: January 03, 2011, 05:34:03 PM »
I do not  "support the troops"   I feel sorry for them. They have been scammed and lied to..... but I do not support them.

Instead of supporting them let's educate them that congress has not even declared war.

Let's educate  them that because lies were used about the reasons for war that this is thus a war of aggression and in violation of the Nuremberg Principles and is a war crime.

Let's educate them that the spreading of uranium on civilian populations is a war crime.


Let's not support the troops. Rather let us educate them that participating in this war IS A WAR CRIME and that by all rights if they participate that they should be prosecuted as a war criminal. The Neurenburg trials  settle for all time that doing what you are told to do does not absolve solders  for their actions.


NOTE: Do not hold your breath until you hear this truth on the evening news or read it in the local press. Doing so could be dangerous to your health.

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General / Does hearing this from a Christian shock you?
« on: January 03, 2011, 05:23:09 PM »
I can not afford to buy the second amendment here in Missouri. Specifically I can not afford a God given right by coming  up with the $200 dollars it takes to purchase that right. Christian friends have over heard me talk about the hypothetical that if I were to carry without Caesars permission and  a cop were to stop me that I would have no other option than to kill him.  This shocks most but it should not...

The way I look at it if I am not harming anyone, not violating the Constitution, merely exercising one of my God given rights and someone that has sworn to uphold the Constitution comes along and is going to charge me with a felony and then lock me in a cage for a long period of time where there is a high likelihood  of me being raped there is but one response to this aggression.  It is exactly this type of aggression that countries go to war against another for and the response that one see's.

One always has the right to kill those that choose to violate your God given rights and are doing you serious harm in the process. It does not even matter if the law says that they can do this as nothing can modify or take away  inalienable rights.

For those Christians that do not get this I ask them the following:

If the local government charged you a yearly fee for a permit to own a bible and a separat e yearly fee for a permit to attend church and they cost more than you could afford  let's say $2,500 for each permit, what would you do?

Most respond that they would just ignore the requirement and keep their bible and go to church.

I then ask them what they would do when the cops show up  point guns at them and charge them with a felony, and are going to lock them in a cage for the rest of their lives for doing nothing?

It's then that many, but unfortunately not even most finally "get it." You have inalienable rights my brothers use them or lose them.

Be Blessed

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General / Why does law enforcement in Marshfied MO make itself our enemy?
« on: November 29, 2010, 07:31:54 PM »
Why does law enforcement in Marshfied MO make itself our enemy?

It used to be that law enforcement in this country was looked up to and respected. Seems like forever does it not? There was also a time when we the people were law enforcement. How is that you ask? Is that not Vigilantism?
LOL ----- Hell no!

Well where do you think law enforcement gets it's powers? Is it not from "We the people" delegating certain powers that WE HAVE to government? Most people have been brain washed in government schools and by the controlled media to think other wise. The truth is that "We the people" are sovereign and that any power that government claims to have, has to first be one that "We the people" have, and secondly it has to be explicitly delegated to government by us for government to posses that power.

Where am I going with this?
I am going to relate a few recent incidents where local Webster County Missouri law enforcement were the criminals instead of being the protectors of my rights as they were created to do. (And also swore an oath to God and the Constitution to uphold.)

You can search an earlier post of mine for more details but the combined police and sheriffs department here a few months back executed an illegal, false felony arrest on me. They pointed a shot gun and an AR15 at my head. (Not to mention other officers with service revolvers.) What would have happened to them if they had shot and killed me? You read the press.... Nothing other than a few days of paid leave until their own biased department cleared them.

What the cops failed to do was due diligence. A week earlier I had called "Americas Most Wanted" and cleared up the fact that I was not Paul Merhige
http://www.usmarshals.gov/investigations/most_wanted/merhige/merhige.htm
I am 20 years older than him and look nothing like him. The bottom line being that anyone other than employees of an incompetent government agency would face severe civil and possibly criminal penalties for not doing due diligence and finding out the APB was null and void. Nor should the civil penalties be paid by you the tax payer. They should be paid by the officer who committed the offence. In other words these law enforcement people should be broke, out of a job, and homeless on the street. This would not even begin to compensate me for the nightmares and sleepless nights that this incident has caused me.

Last month I caught a person in the act of letting air out of my tires in this same town. The local police refused to press any charges stating that they would not know what to charge them with. This same Cop however informed me that he would arrest me if I let the air out of his cruisers tires. It seems like there is one set of laws for the slaves and another for our masters.

Very recently I was moving out of a place where I rented a room. The room mate became violent and I called 911. I told the officer (and it is in the police report) that I said much of my belongings were still in the house and that I wanted to remove them. The room mate told them that I had removed everything. Is this not the crime of theft that should be investigated?
Hell no according to the people that we pay to protect our rights! All the room mate had to say was that I owed him money and all of a sudden this theft became civil. The police would do nothing and told me that I had to pursue "civil" action, which I could neither afford nor was there any resolution there.

I have 2 very real problems with the above scenario. One is that I could have went right back into that house since it takes 30 days to evict someone for non-payment of rent. Are they telling me then that my room-mate without any due process could have taken my tooth brush, all of my clothes, my food, my bibles, even my bed and let me sleep on the floor al because he alleges that I owe him money? The second huge problem I have is that even if this money were owed, it was not past due. In fact I had always paid rent on the 4th and this was the 3rd. Even on the 4th it would not be past due until the 5th! In effect this criminal cop (And the criminal DA that backed him up.) aided and abetted in the theft of my personal property for an alleged debt BEFORE the debt even became due! This cop and this DA IMHO belong in jail as they are no different that the street thugs that hold you up or break into your home to steal in the middle of the night!

In another incident the same room-mate committed criminal assault on me. He threatened to break my jaw and I got the incident recorded on my cell phone. The police had to be badgered to even take a report and then they would only agree to charge him with disturbing the peace. A far far cry from misdemeanor or felony assault. To add insult to injury it seems that they are not going to serve this person at all. Because I am just your average Joe and not someone politically connected in this town. The cop did talk down to me and asked if I were not the homeless guy that had lived in a storage locker!

I also spoke with a detective in town about the selling and buying of stolen goods in the home that I had just vacated. What did this protector of my liberties then do? He went right to them exposing that I had talked to him and putting my life and property in danger. Words can not convey my loathing for this so called public servant.

This was not just one isolated incident of law enforcement making an honest mistake. No I have related 5 separate incidences of these so called peace officers spitting on the Constitution and my rights. This is business as usual and the MO for these criminals with badges. How many more hundreds or even thousands of times have they done the same to others?

To wrap it up I feel violated. I feel raped and the rapist was so called law enforcement. I am not sure who to despise more - so called law enforcement or the criminals.

In Liberty!
Thom Jefferson

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Heard a guy call in that really wanted to get to Keen but did not think that he could afford the move.
I am in the same boat my brother!

Buy a van and move in the spring and you can live in the van for 6 months while you look around and get settled....

I think one good way to do this if possible is to buy a few acres between a few folks where there is not building code and work together as much as the participants are willing to share and cut costs.  Renting in the city is just a never ending expense IMHO.

I moved to Missouri hoping to do exactly that --  I just have not met the right folks yet.

Hit me up for ideas I have thought this through for years and have much rural living experience.

-- Joe

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General / Second amendment for felons?
« on: September 09, 2010, 05:19:09 PM »
Absolutely for sure! ( I have tried to email you guys directly but you keep that top secret I see. :-D )


It is my belief that at the time the second amendment was written a felon was someone convicted of a crime
for which the death penalty could be imposed.  If  the newly and inaccurately defined "so called felons" do not
have the inalienable right to self defense then what the heck does inalienable mean?

That means that in almost every case where the feds deny this right to "so called felons" (Felons that did not
commit a crime that the death penalty applies to.) then the law is not Constitutional! And who judges Constitutionality anyhow?
You and I of course. I challenge you to find that right delegated to the supreme court anywhere in the Constitution.


IMHO the states should use nullification for all other guns laws!  The heck with going to court.  That is absurd. You do not go to court to get your rights granted.  http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2010/09/08/with-or-without-federal-permission/  That is just insane.

Personally I think denying self defense to ANYONE is too much of a slippery slope. Look as the so called "prohibited possessor laws" if you are not convinced. That slope must be a Teflon coated slope.

The best course of action would be to change the second amendment to mean NO laws can be written by the feds to infringe on that right  PERIOD, NO EXCEPTIONS, or have your State leave the Union if you have to.  One does NOT compromise on inalienable rights.

Do no forget this quote:  "The greatest threat to our liberties is our willingness to take them from others."  -- Unknown





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