Monday, March 8, 2010

Hillary Clinton, China, and Montana Freemen

Ghostfighter's Radio is working with Carl and Rod and AIB Radio as well as RadioFree America to educate the people. The guys didn't hold a call on Saturday; they suggested we listen to the 3-02-10 call if we haven't yet. On that call, Rod talks about the magna carta, and grand juries. He also mentions that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's deal with China; people are talking about President Obama going over to China to sign over our country to the Chinese government! What's it all about? Click here to read about it.

We are technically under Marshall Law explains Rod on the call. He mentions the Assembly, and a plan to bring back citizen grand juries, which he says could work! Here's a link to their show, where you can download and listen to the 3-02-10 call in WinAmp.

Below are two links where you'll find information about the Assembly, which is a plan to repopulate our Republic; there's a YouTube video as well as another. 

"The people, as Cicero says, may be ignorant, but they can recognize the truth and will readily yield when some trustworthy man explains it to them." 

~Nicollo Machiavelli

Due to the circumventing of the law by government officials, and even obvious violations of due process, I believe that the average "Joe's" of this country are so frustrated, that this their attitude:
"The pen is mightier than the sword, but if the pen doesn't work, give us swords and point us in the direction of the enemy."

During the call, Rod says "Red Dawn is upon us," and Carl adds comment about the man who flew a plane into the building where the IRS was located; he believes if that man had the knowledge he and Carl are putting out, he may not have acted as he did... that he may have jumped on the bandwagon instead, and try to fix the problems.

The Montana Freemen is mentioned. Here's a rather lengthy story about the Freemen. Quoting from the last paragraph of it:
In the end, it comes down to the notion of sovereignty. The Founders vested sovereignty in the people, but not in the individual. In this country, every man is -not- a king, contrary to the capricious wishes of Leroy Schweitzer and Rodney Skurdal; rather, men and women cooperate to establish an equitable set of rules for all to follow. As the poet John Donne said, "No man is an island." And no person is a sovereign answerable to no one else.

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