slavefreedom.com genechapman.com
(Slave Freedom Movement)

Saturday, December 27, 2003


Doug, you're always welcome around me. Irwin Schiff and I both think Bob runs around getting almost nothing done for the money he spends. Don't worry about Bob Schultz giving you identity. You are the master of the greatest tool the Tax Honesty Movement ever had -- the blog. In it you provide community to We The People Of The United States of America. I'd like a chance to vote on Bob Schultz instead of this Pilot Bureau approach I see at the top that dictates who runs what. I'd like to see a financial report from the top. You don't need Bob or Devvy Kidd; they need you. God Bless Doug Kenline. Gene Chapman.

Georgia State Coordinator

Bob Schulz has decided that he does not want me as State Coordinator. He has never given me a reason or sent me an email or spoken to me about why this is. I got the message through Devvy Kidd.

Whatever Bob decides is fine with me. As soon as I have been removed as State Coordinator I will sign back up again as a County Coordinator. If he removes me as County Coordinator I will sign back up as a volunteer.

Please support Bob Schulz and join We The People Congress today.

Doug Kenline reporting.

Friday, December 26, 2003


"The extraction of a tax on labor is slavery; only degree is in dispute. Such is as Anti-Christian a concept as any in human history and must of necessity be opposed by every free born and free now Christian upon all the face of the earth, even unto death. Those who resist a labor tax unto death show the Lordship of Jesus Christ and purchase for themselves both the crown of righteousness and the martyr's crown. 'Be not ye the [slaves] of men'" (I Corinthians 7:23). -- Gene Chapman.


Correction: The rv offered to us is 37' long, providing 74' of side space for signs. Gene.


Bill You Wrote:


Gene! Great Ideas!

My motor home is available and can be delivered to Fort Worth for the Simkanin trial. I will cc this to Hank.
I don't yet know what his plans are for Jan. 5th, or anyone else's, organizational wise. Also keep in mind that if the powers that be in Ft. Worth get wind of our plans, expect a rescheduling of trial date just to mess up peoples travel plans. (I think like a true conspiracy theorist don't I? Thank you.)

If you need it in Atlanta, and can actually put it to use with signs and such, you are welcome to use it through May 2004.

The motorhome would be my donation, including insurance. You would have to provide for the rest.
I don't care to bring it down to FW if you don't have the additional backing to use it as you describe.
Think it through. It's yours if you can put it to good use.

Lets keep talking,
Bill

Yes, Great ideas are my thing (ha ha):

I'll let Doug, Robert and both David Ingle and David marsh know about your offer.

Gene

You guys think you could drive a 74' motor home to Atlanta from Ft. Worth?


Doug,

We may just have found you a motor home to drive in Atlanta -- 74' long (ha ha). If Texas WTP doesn't need the rv, I want to do all we can to get it to Atlanta for the project there after Bill is satified with Dick Simkanin's mobile billboard coverage. Simkanin is of central importance right now, guys. We'll see how God opens this door and be happy with the outcome. Gene.

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From Bill to Gene:

Once again as usual Gene, you make good sense of what you see going on as well as having a "people inclusive" angle on how to get things done. And as you know, I intend to support all friendly camps.

I know you are half kidding, but I will make sure Hank knows better than to mess with your RV messages. They are relevant and need to continue getting out. I will let him know that I can bring my motor home down and WTP Texas can have 74' (both sides) for whatever they have to plaster up! Short of Hank wanting my motorhome down there, my boys and me will driving down in my one ton pickup. Even that could haul a pretty impressive mini billboard, should one be available. I'll confer with Hank on that too, just as soon as the rascal re-surfaces.

Thanks Gene,
Hope to see you there.

Bill


Hi Bill,

Glad to see you're in the work. Make sure the WTP Texas group doesn't start covering up my signs on my rv when Robert and Doug arrive in it from Atlanta. I still have a few bones to pick with the way they took over my rv and then threw me off a cliff when their agenda was completed during the Austin Fast. You would have thought they never met me before when the fast portion ended, prior to even thinking about a march.

I'm a WTP guy, but I have a different community of thought that I surround myself with. I want my rv to support Dick Simkanin, slavefreedom.com, exodus10-3.org, Joe Banister, (everybody) because these support all the groups. Case in point, I look at the WTP National site, but I see no links to Joe Banister, Dick Simkanin, Rose Lear, Larkin Rose, Gene Chapman or anybody else. I look at my sites, for just one of many examples, and I see sharing of information and contact links. I see blogging and daily concern for others within the group. I see a community of equals.

The only "umbrella organization" I see structurally is in the camp I hang out with. The national WTP is currently structured more in common with the old Russia than any community of citizens, and I don't support centralized control of anything, including WTP.

I'm not out to take over WTP, but I'm not gonna be used and thrown away again either. Maybe I'll be there to see you.

Be good,

Gene Chapman


I'm in Springfield, Mo for the night online. Friday the 26th. Talk to me. Gene.

Thursday, December 25, 2003


My archive list has been placed back on the blog again. Whomever is playing with my site, please consult with me before you go changing things. Gene.


It looks like this video site is gonna be too much for me to afford on my own. I have to see what budget we can get for it when I'm unemployed during the TAX MARCH. Gene.


IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 - Section 1203 - Termination of Employment for Misconduct

Section 1203

A. Provision(s) covered: Section 1203, Termination of Employment for Misconduct

B. Background: This new provision was enacted In response to the widespread perception that IRS employees are not held fully accountable for improper conduct affecting taxpayers. The section provides that IRS employees must be charged with misconduct and terminated if there has been a judicial or final administrative determination that the employee committed any of the following acts or omissions:

willful failure to obtain the required approval signatures on documents authorizing the seizure of a taxpayer's home, personal belongings, or business assets;


providing a false statement under oath with respect to a material matter involving a taxpayer or taxpayer representative;


with respect to a taxpayer, taxpayer representative, or other employee of the Internal Revenue Service, the violation of --
any right under the Constitution of the United States; or
any civil right established under --
title VI or VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964;
title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972;
the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967;
the Age Discrimination Act of 1975;
section 501 or 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; or
title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990;


falsifying or destroying documents to conceal mistakes made by any employee with respect to a matter involving a taxpayer or taxpayer representative;


assault or battery on a taxpayer, taxpayer representative, or other employee of the Internal Revenue Service, but only if there is a criminal conviction, or a final judgment by a court in a civil case, with respect to the assault or battery;


violations of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, Department of Treasury regulations, or policies of the Internal Revenue Service (including the Internal Revenue Manual) for the purpose of retaliating against, or harassing, a taxpayer, taxpayer representative, or other employee of the Internal Revenue Service;


willful misuse of the provisions of section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 for the purpose of concealing information from a congressional inquiry,


willful failure to file any return of tax required under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 on or before the date prescribed therefor (including any extensions), unless such failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect,


willful understatement of Federal tax liability, unless such understatement is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect, and


threatening to audit a taxpayer for the purpose of extracting personal gain or benefit.

The Commissioner has the sole discretion, which he cannot delegate, to determine whether to take a personnel action other than termination for the described acts or omissions. Such determination may not be appealed in any administrative or judicial proceeding.

C. Change(s): This is a new section which requires mandatory removal of an employee upon a judicial or final administrative determination that the employee has committed an act or omission described above.

D. Impact: Employees will now be subject to removal for commission of certain acts or omissions, absent a determination by the Commissioner that a lesser penalty is appropriate.

E. Necessary Actions

Actions/Procedures: Procedures should be established to assure that management and personnel take appropriate steps with respect to cases involving the described acts or omissions. Referral procedures should be established for cases which the Commissioner determines may require his review and imposition of a penalty other than removal.


Things we CAN do: See E1.


Things we CAN'T do: See E1.


F. Other Special Comments:None



US Code : Title 17, Section 1203
Sec. 1203. Civil remedies

(a) Civil Actions. - Any person injured by a violation of section 1201 or 1202 may bring a civil action in an appropriate United States district court for such violation.
(b) Powers of the Court. - In an action brought under subsection (a), the court -
(1) may grant temporary and permanent injunctions on such terms
as it deems reasonable to prevent or restrain a violation, but in
no event shall impose a prior restraint on free speech or the
press protected under the 1st amendment to the Constitution;
(2) at any time while an action is pending, may order the
impounding, on such terms as it deems reasonable, of any device
or product that is in the custody or control of the alleged
violator and that the court has reasonable cause to believe was
involved in a violation;
(3) may award damages under subsection (c);
(4) in its discretion may allow the recovery of costs by or
against any party other than the United States or an officer
thereof;
(5) in its discretion may award reasonable attorney's fees to
the prevailing party; and
(6) may, as part of a final judgment or decree finding a
violation, order the remedial modification or the destruction of
any device or product involved in the violation that is in the
custody or control of the violator or has been impounded under
paragraph (2).
(c) Award of Damages. -
(1) In general. - Except as otherwise provided in this title, a
person committing a violation of section 1201 or 1202 is liable
for either -
(A) the actual damages and any additional profits of the
violator, as provided in paragraph (2), or
(B) statutory damages, as provided in paragraph (3).
(2) Actual damages. - The court shall award to the complaining
party the actual damages suffered by the party as a result of the
violation, and any profits of the violator that are attributable
to the violation and are not taken into account in computing the
actual damages, if the complaining party elects such damages at
any time before final judgment is entered.
(3) Statutory damages. - (A) At any time before final judgment
is entered, a complaining party may elect to recover an award of
statutory damages for each violation of section 1201 in the sum
of not less than $200 or more than $2,500 per act of
circumvention, device, product, component, offer, or performance
of service, as the court considers just.
(B) At any time before final judgment is entered, a complaining
party may elect to recover an award of statutory damages for each
violation of section 1202 in the sum of not less than $2,500 or
more than $25,000.
(4) Repeated violations. - In any case in which the injured
party sustains the burden of proving, and the court finds, that a
person has violated section 1201 or 1202 within 3 years after a
final judgment was entered against the person for another such
violation, the court may increase the award of damages up to
triple the amount that would otherwise be awarded, as the court
considers just.
(5) Innocent violations. -
(A) In general. - The court in its discretion may reduce or
remit the total award of damages in any case in which the
violator sustains the burden of proving, and the court finds,
that the violator was not aware and had no reason to believe
that its acts constituted a violation.
(B) Nonprofit library, archives, or educational institutions.
- In the case of a nonprofit library, archives, or educational
institution, the court shall remit damages in any case in which
the library, archives, or educational institution sustains the
burden of proving, and the court finds, that the library,
archives, or educational institution was not aware and had no
reason to believe that its acts constituted a violation.



Angela
Irwin Schiff News
www.taxfreedomnow.com


Hi Gene, Doug.

I don't do domain name registrations by myself. I use www.godaddy.com.
Nice, reputed company and they charge $8.95 per domain, per year. Most
of my own domains are there. I also use (for my clients) www.hostway.com
-- they are cheaper than GoDaddy.

Gene, if Doug is hosting your site, I think there is no need to change
the server unless there is a compelling need. All those hosting
companies that provide graphical interfaces are not very flexible. A few
clients have had problems with them.

I don't host my sites in India. I use www.karoon.net for hosting my
sites and they are pretty ok. You can go through their plans at
http://www.karoon.net/hosting.htm. You would need more space and greater
bandwidth because you want people to see video from your links.

Regards.

Amrit


Subj: RE: Gene Chapman
Date: 12/25/2003 6:59:21 AM Central Standard Time
From: amrit@business180.com
To: GKCCMLTD@aol.com
CC: FKSmart@aol.com, angelastark@comcast.net, roingle@earthlink.net, davidl_marsh@yahoo.com, david@goodyearfamily.net, doug.kenline@mail.sprint.com, Retakingamerica@aol.com
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I'll answer your questions as you have asked.

>> I'd probably be better by the job than by the week, as I look at my
>> situation. <<

Fine with me.

>> What I really want is to teach each of our reporters how to uplink
>> and downlink their own video stories on a server in India, I suppose.

>> Can you link slavefreedom.com to a server? I know nothing of what
>> I'm writing about. I want to change slavefreedomnetwork.blogspot.com

>> to something blue in tone with both slavefreedom.org and sfn.tv
>> directed to the site, be able to go in and do work on the site
>> template in simple English, as it is set up to do now and just
>> generally get everybody knowing how to work video. <<

If you want a blog-type interface for slavefreedom.com, then I would
recommend you consider www.movabletype.org. On the right hand side bar
of this site you'll be able to see various sites using this software. It
is freely available, but you have to design the site and configure the
software on your own. I'm using it for www.quality-writing.com which is
my own website. I installed it on a couple of already developed websites
and charged $35 per installation. If you want the site developed, I can
do it in $500 with complete integration of the content management
software and the rest of the site design. Once this is setup, your
reporters will be able to post using the inteface on your own site. All
your reporter will be able to post using the interface and you'll be
able to post picture on your own. A well-known site using this blogging
software is http://blogforamerica.com/.

>> I want to pay as we go. I don't know that I'm set up for Paypal or
>> not. I get incoming Paypals. <<

No problem. At the end of every month you can send me a check by
registered post. But please make sure it's registered post otherwise
they get misplaced.

>>
1. How much will you charge me to link sermons on exodus, as we already
do?

2. How much will you charge to link pictures off the server on any
webblog I want? (I have several blogs that need pictures linked now.)
<<

For both I can charge $5 per link.

>>
3. How much will you charge to link video and teach us all how to do
the above, so we don't burden you too much with the little stuff? <<

For audio and video I need to know what format you'll be using.
Regarding teaching you there are two ways: there are lots of tutorials
available on the Internet. Still, if you want me to teach you and your
team I can send you step-by-step tutorials. I guess I can do it in $50.

If you want me to assist you online (through chat messenger) then it'll
be $35 per hour, with $35 minimum.

>>
4. How much will you charge to keep the hosting going for both
exodus10-3,org andslavefreedom.com? <<

As I told you in the previous message, I myself use a third party to
host sites. Yes, I can link your sites to the arranged server without
charge

>> Please correct my thinking anywhere you see a simpler way. If sfn.tv

>> is available or I have already purchased it for $50, I need to go
>> aheada and direct it to slavefreeedomnetwork.blogspot.com.<<

If you were able to purchase sfn.tv then you'll have to put the
redirection link at the site from you purchased this URL.

Let me know if you want to know something more.

Amrit


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I have the money off to Robert.

The sfn.tv domain name is $500 per year, and I'm not gonna pay that for a name. So .......

Gene

Wednesday, December 24, 2003


As soon as I get Robert's mailing address, I'll send the $950 off to cover the motor home repair costs along with the insurance for the next 12 months. Gene.


The general funding for the Church is set up as follows:


10% Prison Ministry:
5% Dick Simkanin Legal Defense Fund. (Directed Toward Billboards in Atlanta Project, Per Dick's Instructions): Starting Balance: $110.00. Total Deposits This Week: $10.00. Balance: $120.00.
5% Fans for indigent prisoners. Starting Balance: $110.00. Total Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $120.00.


10% Christian School/ Home School Funding of Children. Starting Balance: $220.00. Total Deposits This Week: $20.00. Balance: $240.00.


10% Feeding and Housing of Needy/ Poor/ Homeless. Starting Balance: $60.00. Total Deposits: $20.00. Expenditures: Paid out $80.00 to Stranded Couple in Austin, Texas area to get them home to Arkansas for Christmas. Ending Balance: $00.00.


10% Widow and Orphan care. Starting Balance: $220.00. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $240.00.


10% Racialhealing.blogspot.com
5% Alabama Christian Reparations Project. Total Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $470.00. (A new computer will only cost $550, so we're holding off for purchase until we reach that figure).
5% Christian Slave Freedom Project (Africa). Starting Balance: $80.00. Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $90.00.


10% Gene Chapman TV/ Internet. Starting Balance: $220.00. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $240.00.


10% Billboard Ministry/ Advertising for the Church proper. Starting Balance: $220.00. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $240.00.


30% Property Lease/ Purchase Account for Montgomery, Alabama Location and Catastrophic Emergency Fund. Starting Balance: $660.00. Total Deposits: $60.00. Expenditures: Paid Out $504.00 to Robert Ingle For Emergency Repair to Motor Home. Balance: $216.00.

Directly Funded Church Ministries:

TAX MARCH ON WASHINGTON: Starting Balance: 151.65. No Deposits. Balance: $199.90.

ATLANTA PROJECT: Starting Balance: $446.00. No Deposits. Expenditures: Paid Out $446.00 to Robert Ingle for Motor Home Repairs. Ending Balance: $00.00.

Bill Lear Monthly Funding: Total Deposits This Week: $10.00. Balance: $60.00.

Joe Banister Legal Defense Fund: (Joe Requested I keep funding my work, and so I shall.)

We The People Lawsuit: Deposit: $10.00. Balance: $40.00.

SlaveFreedomPlane.blogspot.com: Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $40.00.

Slave Freedom Scholarship Fund: Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $20.00.
(Economic Empowerment for Movement Members)

Total Deposits This Week: $240.00.

respectfully, Gene.



Robert tells me that he will be driving the rv to Ft. Worth for Dick Simkanin's case on Jan. 5th. I hope to be there, but I may be forced to keep working to pay off all the work that has been done to the rv. We'll see. I'm sending Robert all the Emergency Fund and Atlanta Project money today, if I find something open where I can get money orders.

Amrit in India made contact. He has been having spam troubles and assures me that he can handle the new website needs. I'm making sure, for sure, that he can do video and teach our people. Gene.

I'm off from Austin, Texas to Dallas for Christmas. Then I deliver in Holland, Michigan on Monday.


Robert spent $950 on repairs for the motor home in Atlanta. I trust mechanics about as far as I can throw them, having looked out for my mom over the years, so I'm highly suspect over the mechanic work that is stated as having needed to be done. We're cleaned out of both the Emergency Fund and the Atlanta Project Fund, it appears. I've asked to be notified before any future repairs are done. The Devil is working against us, no doubt. We'll just have to pick up and keep going forward. Gene.


Tranquil Hosting and I have agreed to sever our business relationship, as I have been unable to get any service out of them todate. Also, I have been unable to get Amrit in India to reply to a request to post several sermons on exodus10-3.org for over 2 months, so he will not be an option for me in the future, as well.

I am looking for web hosting for slavefreedom.com where we can post video and pictures. I have almost no experience with websites and am willing to pay $100 per hour for help in getting the SlaveFreedomNetwork.blogspot.com set up to work.

Gene Chapman


Tuesday, December 23, 2003


I've asked that my motor home be brought from Atlanta for Dick Simkanin's court case on January 5th and then returned to Atlanta for parking across from the IRS Building. I am making an attempt to be outside the courhouse in my loin cloth, as always. I won't disrupt the case by being in the courtroom with my Gandhi outfit. As I told Dick in a recent letter, "While I own some 7 to 9 suits, God put me in the loin cloth, and I fear God too much to let man take me out of it inorder to be in a court room." Gene.


Robert Ingle tells me the motor home over heated while shopping in Atlanta. If my understanding of the situation is correct, Robert probably either sat in traffic or drove over 60 mph for an extended period of time. I'm sad to hear that you spent money on belts, Robert. It really needed nothing but to be understood, I think. My fault for not telling you of its needs. Please call Fred Smart next time before spending any money on the rv: 888-606-9379. Thanks, Gene.

Send me the bill, but please let me in on repair decisions. It needs no hoses, I know.

Sunday, December 21, 2003


Picture of Robert is off to Doug Kenline for posting here. Gene. I met with Robert this week in Atlanta to discuss the parking of the motor home at the IRS Building. It will be done in a good location soon, I understand.


Well, we believe in transparancy around here, so I figured I'd lay out how the personal bill paying is going. When these bills are paid in full, I'll be free to go hammer the IRS full time. Gene.

Loan #1: Current Payoff Balance: $6,495.03. Interest Rate: 24.99% (It was jacked up to 24.99% after I was late one time on the payment during the Montgomery fast and is why I could not stay out on the TAX MARCH for the winter. I pay my bills.)

Loan #2: Current Payoff Balance: $3,907.44. Interest Rate: 11.99% (I started this loan at 0% in 2000. How quickly the interest rates come back and how long they stay). I will live debt free in the future.

Loan #3: Current Payoff Balance: $1,543.19. Interest Rate: 11.99%.

Total Payoff: $11,945.66.

Deuteronomy 15:6


Info on the Plane Banner Idea:


"Aerial Advertising Builds Awareness
at Bargain Rates"

When the State of Maine instituted a lottery, over $100,000 was budgeted
to promote awareness of the lottery using a wide variety of media.

Questionnaires compiled by Northeast Marketing of Yarmouth for the
State Commerce Department showed that during the campaign 70% of
the people sampled were aware of the lottery. The following is
the breakdown of how they learned about the promotion:

BILLBOARDS.....21.6%
RADIO.....19.8%
AERIAL BANNER.....18.3%
TELEVISION.....15.9%
POSTERS.....14.9%


Aerial Advertising scored tremendously high
with only 8% of the total budget.


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Aerial Advertising allows you to reach your audience
at any frequency. Target one market or fifty simultaneously.

With the sky as your background your audience is reached
at beaches, sporting events (college or professional),
concerts, parades, - at special events or during rush hour
drive times. Over 17 seconds of read time per viewer.

Aerial Ads minimize the problems of "ad-clutter'" or
"competition" as your product, service, promotion, etc..
is impressed upon people while they are having fun or
relaxing, absorbing the sun and your message.

Literally hundreds of thousands of prospects can be
reached at a cost of less than 50 cents per thousand.




Examples of two of the many banners we
fly over the beach and shore area on
a crowded and busy summer day.




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Sunny Week Draws 365,000 People
The Sentinel-Ledger, in Ocean City, NJ, reported that for the
week of August 3-10, 1997, the beach patrol estimated over
365,000 beach patrons with over 102,000 on August 10th alone.

The week before had 355,000 beach patrons with Sunday, July 27th
having over 88,000 people enjoying a day by the sea.

(This is only 5 miles of beach out
of over 80 miles of New Jersey coastline!)

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The general funding for the Church is set up as follows:


10% Prison Ministry:
5% Dick Simkanin Legal Defense Fund. (Directed Toward Billboards in Atlanta Project, Per Dick's Instructions): Total Deposits This Week: $10.00. Balance: $110.00.
5% Fans for indigent prisoners. Total Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $110.00.


10% Christian School/ Home School Funding of Children. Total Deposits This Week: $20.00. Balance: $220.00.


10% Feeding and Housing of Needy/ Poor/ Homeless. Total Deposits: $20.00. Ending Balance: $60.00.


10% Widow and Orphan care. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $220.00.


10% Racialhealing.blogspot.com
5% Alabama Christian Reparations Project. Total Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $460.00. (A new computer will only cost $550, so we're holding off for purchase until we reach that figure).
5% Christian Slave Freedom Project (Africa). Total Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $80.00.


10% Gene Chapman TV/ Internet. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $220.00.


10% Billboard Ministry/ Advertising for the Church proper. Total Deposits: $20.00. Balance: $220.00.


30% Property Lease/ Purchase Account for Montgomery, Alabama Location and Catastrophic Emergency Fund. Total Deposits: $60.00. Balance: $660.00.

Directly Funded Church Ministries:

TAX MARCH ON WASHINGTON: Starting Balance: 151.65. No Deposits. Balance: $199.90.

ATLANTA PROJECT: Starting Balance: $446.00. No Deposits. No Expenditures. Ending Balance: $446.00.

Bill Lear Monthly Funding: Total Deposits This Week: $10.00. Balance: $50.00.

Joe Banister Legal Defense Fund: (Joe Requested I keep funding my work, and so I shall.)

We The People Lawsuit: Deposit: $10.00. Balance: $30.00.

SlaveFreedomPlane.blogspot.com: Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $30.00.

Slave Freedom Scholarship Fund: Deposits: $10.00. Balance: $10.00.
(Economic Empowerment for Movement Members)

Total Deposits This Week: $240.00.

respectfully, Gene.


see: churchfinances.blogspot.com


"Enslaver"

In I Timothy 1:10, we find an interesting word: "menstealers." This word is the Greek word, "andrapodistes." This word means, "enslaver." Enslaver carries with it the notion of 'bringing a man to his feet,' and 'kidnapping.'

The Word of God indicates that an "enslaver" is under the judgment of "the law" (vs. 9). So we can say with confidence that being an enslaver is "contrary to sound doctrine" (vs. 10) and is in the same grouping with "whoremongers, them that defile themselves with mankind, liars, manslayers, murderers, unholy," etc. So if you find yourself in this enslaver category, you are in a deep mess with God.

Who enslaves? Well, anyone who forces a person to trade labor for freedom from jail would be an enslaver, like the judge and prosecutor in the Dick Simkanin case, for example. Any IRS agent, and a leader of a Socialist Communist country would fall into this category, like Fidel Castro or any U. S. Congressman or U. S. Senator, as they work to impose all ten planks of the ungodly Communist Manifesto upon the people of the world. And even a slave trader in Ghana would be such an "enslaver."

These are all wicked sinners in the eyes of God. Their only hope is to repent of their gross sin and turn to Jesus Christ for salvation.

Pastor Gene Chapman
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