By Sally O’Boyle
Re: SPLC list of “Active Patriot Groups” and DOJ’s “Criminal Extremist List”
I am wondering if you will start a Patriot Persons list to go along with your Patriot Groups list? If so, I’d like to apply. If your criteria* is the same for People as for Groups, I might be a pretty good fit!
I am definitely against any “New World Order” or “One World Government” scheme. The U.S. must remain a sovereign nation as outlined in our Constitution. (Besides, and I don’t mean to be catty here, but the idea doesn’t seem to be working out so bloody well for the EU.) Do you know if there is an active attempt by the U.S. government to join into a world government? If so, please let me know! I’d like to sign and circulate a petition against that.
Posted in Censorship, Constitution, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Resistance
Tagged conspiracy theories, Constitution, dept of justice, DOJ, extremist lists, militia, New World Order, patriotism, sally o'boyle, southern poverty law center, splc
“Preparing for the end time battles to keep the testimony of Jesus Christ alive.” Hutaree
On March 27, eight members of the Hutaree militia were arrested based a federal grand jury indictment for seditious conspiracy attempt to use weapons of mass destruction; teaching/demonstrating the use of explosive materials; plus two counts of carrying a firearm as part of a crime of violence. The eight were arrested in small towns in Southeastern Michigan and adjacent areas of Ohio and Indiana.
By Justin Elliott
A group of nearly 200 “extremely concerned citizens” in a small Montana county are demanding that local leaders fill out a “questionnaire” pledging to form a local militia, prohibit mandatory vaccinations, boot the EPA out of town, allow citizens to bear any type of gun, and require federal government employees to get written approval before approaching “any Citizen.”
Posted in Constitution, Economy Economics, Human Rights Civil Liberties, Privacy, Resistance, Swine Flu H1N1
Tagged anti government, anti vaccine, Bill of Rights, Constitution, corporate resistance, gun rights, militia, Montana freedom, Privacy
“We can go to the soap box, the ballot box, or we can go to the jury box. And hopefully we won’t have to go to the bullet box.”
Hey, the Tea Party “movement” isn’t about violence, or racism, or any of that stuff. It’s about calling the health care bill Nazi-inspired and reminding people that Barack Obama is an Indonesian Muslim. Oh, and remember to vote our way or we shoot you.
On-Point Host, Tom Ashbrook: Joining us from Royal Oak, Michigan, is Jeffrey McQueen, founder of USRevolution2.com, which has created a modified American flag to serve as a symbol for the Tea Party movement. He has been protesting government involvement in the auto industry at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week.