(Slave Freedom Movement)

Saturday, February 28, 2004

Well, David, his wife and I went to some kind of Turkey banquet tonight. They had great food and then an auction of pictures and sculpture and such. David and I talked about auctioning off the slave freedom coffee cups on e-bay to raise cash for tv commercials and billboards, as a result. Who knows?

The Lord's Supper is a little out of place after the night out, so I'll put it off until Sunday or so. Oh, I won a door prize of golf for 4 at some $45 to $55 per person golf course in town.

I may be putting the message on the coffee cups on about 5,000 business cards for Atlanta too. David seems to think I've struck at the root of the tax issue with my cups. Gene.

Round Table Talk: David Goodyear and I went to a flea market today here in the Ft. Myers area. They will rent us a booth of $269 per month. I'm into this idea of promoting the slave freedom work at these markets around the country.

I plan to do the Lord's Supper here on an audio blog about 10 pm tonight for those who wish to join in.

David tells me that there is a church whose members are tax exempt. I'm gonna take a look at this group, as we seemingly agree on the theology of the income tax being immoral. Gene.

Friday, February 27, 2004

Gene's reply:

I am for the removal of a communist government. I am informed by the refugees I met in Little Havana that President Jean-Bertrand Aristide is a communist. If you can convince me that he is not, then we can talk about my involvement in a protest of US Policy in Haiti. There is also the question of corruption in the election of the current president that I would need clarified.


Gene Chapman, Minister of Christ


*Press conference in Washington DC: 2/27
*Emergency demonstration in New York City: 2/28

The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition has been deeply involved in
efforts of solidarity with the Haitian people, who are
facing a U.S.-inspired armed uprising and threatened coup
d'etat against the democratically-elected government of
Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Having been overthrown by a right-wing military coup in
1991 (during the first Bush administration), President
Aristide's current government is faced with a similar
threat. During recent years, the U.S. government has led
an embargo on international financial aid to Haiti. The
National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and the
International Republican Institute (IRI) have funneled
support to the so-called opposition.

Today, there will be a press conference in Washington DC
at the National Press Club featuring Ramsey Clark, Bishop
Thomas Gumbleton, Ben Dupuy, Jennifer Harbury and others.
The press conference will expose the U.S. role in the
current Haitian crisis. The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition is also
urging people to participate in demonstrations scheduled
for tomorrow - Saturday, February 28. For those in the New
York City area, there will be a demonstration starting in
the Haitian community at 11 am at Utica Ave and Eastern
Parkway with a march to Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, NY.
Details are below:

* * * * * * * * * *


Human rights and religious leaders, and experts in
international law to announce international campaign to
defend constitutional democracy in Haiti

Friday, February 27
12 noon
National Press Club
529 14th St. NW, 13th Floor
First Amendment Room

On Friday, February 27 at 12 noon there will be a press
conference at the National Press Club in the First
Amendment Room where leaders and personalities from across
the U.S. will voice their opposition to the coup d'état
being orchestrated against the democratically-elected
government of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Haiti.
The speakers will examine the behind-the-scenes role of
the Bush administration in the crisis in Haiti.

Speakers at the Press Conference will include:
- Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general
- Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, Auxiliary Bishop, Catholic
Archdiocese of Detroit
- Ira Kurzban, general counsel for the government of Haiti
- Ben Dupuy, Secretary General, National Popular Part;
Co-Director, Haiti Progres
- Ray Laforest, Haiti Support Network, unionist
- Jennifer Harbury, human rights activist and lawyer
- Peta Lindsay, A.N.S.W.E.R. Youth & Student National
Coalition, Howard University student
- Dave Welch, delegate, San Francisco Labor Council
- Rev. Graylan Hagler, Senior Minister, Plymouth
Congregational Christ, Washington, DC

The press conference is a response to the rapidly
deteriorating security situation in Haiti, where former
military and paramilitary leaders are threatening to march
on the capital. President Jean-Bertrand Aristide has vowed
not to accede to their demand that he resign. The stage
for nation-wide confrontation has been set.

"It is apparent that the Bush administration has had a
rocky relationship with President Aristide and is
tolerating the dilatory tactics of the opposition in
Port-au-Prince," said Ray Laforest of the Haiti Support
Network. "It is clear to us who know Haiti that this is
not an uprising of the Haitian people against their
government, but rather a military operation by Haitian
former soldiers and death squads with the support of
shadowy sectors in the U.S. and Dominican governments."

* * * * * * * * * *


Saturday, February 28
11 am - 5 pm
Location: Beginning at Utica Ave and Eastern Parkway,
March to Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY

On Saturday, February 28, the Committee to Respect
President Aristide's 5 Year Mandate will demonstrate
against a new coup d'etat in Haiti. This coalition will
be marching behind the slogans, "US & France: Stop
Supporting Subversion in Haiti," and "Election, Yes, Coup
d'Etat, No."

In response to the growing crisis in Haiti and the French
government's call for Aristide's removal, Johnnie Stevens
of the International Action Center said, "The call for the
overthrow of Aristide, the democratically elected
President of Haiti, by France, the former colonial power,
is clearly racist. Aristide's demand that France pay the
$12 billion in reparations owed to Haiti is Chirac's real
concern. France and the U.S. are both jockeying to
maintain influence in the region and destroy a militant
movement of masses of poor Haitians."

Speakers will include Ray LaForest, Attorney Michael Tarif
Warren, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Sara
Flounders from the International Action Center, and Teresa
Gutierrez from International A.N.S.W.E.R., William
Camacaro of the Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle, and
Father Luis Barrios of Iglesia Sam Romero de las Americas,
as well as representatives from the Dominican Workers
Party, SNAFU (the Support Network for an Armed Forces
Union), AMAT (the Association of Mexican American
Workers), and other community organizations.

Endorsers include the Guyanan/American Workers United,
Casa Mexico, the People's Video Network, the Committee in
Support of the Iraqi People, Ramsey Clark, the Dominican
Workers Party, SNAFU, and the International A.N.S.W.E.R.

The Committee to Respect President Aristide's 5 Year
Mandate includes Fanmi Lavalas, Patisan Jezikri, the Haiti
Action Committee, the Haiti Support Network, Ajoupa, OBNH,
Plusieurs Organisations Regionales, Leve Kanpe, Komite
Sipo pou PPN, and the International Action Center.

* * * * * * * * * *

There are a number of excellent sources to learn more
about recent events in Haiti. Here are a few:

Statement from the A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition: Support the
Haitian people

Haiti Progres

The Black Commentator

An excellent introduction to the history and ongoing
crisis in Haiti is available in the newly-released book,
Haiti: A Slave Revolution. This book is a joint project
of the Haiti Support Network (HSN) and the International
Action Center (IAC). It can be ordered from


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Dear Gene,

Your case should be an easy one to resolve.

Contact VIP Sales at: 214-979-0999. These are Pastor Standring's people. They will help get the IRS off your case for $50 an hour.

They have a nifty little stamp that says "Refused for Fraud" and quotes the relevant U.S. Code. Returning the IRS letters with this stamped across them almost always results in an end to the harassment.

They can also send a Freedom of Information Act request to get your IRS Master File. They will then decode it and tell you if there are any other issues for you flagged in the IRS computer. If not, you are home free.

I doubt it will cost more than $100 to end this unpleasant episode for good. Try finding a lawyer who will get those results for so little!

You should also ask them if the have a seminar coming up soon. Attending one will teach you what these procedures are and why they work.

One more hint: If you don't give out your Socialist Security Number, the IRS cannot keep track of you. The next time someone asks for it, tell them the truth: "I don't have one." All government issued numbers and IDs remain government property, so they never were "yours" in the first place.

Let me know how things go.



Thursday, February 26, 2004

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: $120.00. Total Deposits This Week: $0.00. Balance: $120.00.
5% Fans for indigent prisoners. Starting Balance: $120.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $120.00.

10% Christian School/ Home School Funding of Children. Starting Balance: $240.00. Total Deposits This Week: $0.00. Balance: $240.00.

10% Feeding and Housing of Needy/ Poor/ Homeless. Starting Balance: $0.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Expenditures: $0.00. Ending Balance: $00.00.

10% Widow and Orphan care. Starting Balance: $240.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $240.00.

5% Alabama Christian Reparations Project. Total Deposits: $0.00. 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: $90.00. Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $90.00.

10% Gene Chapman TV/ Internet. Starting Balance: $240.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Expenditures: ($20.00) to Amrit Hallen for Web Work. Balance: $220.00.

10% Billboard Ministry/ Advertising for the Church proper (Mobile Billboard). Starting Balance: $240.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $240.00.

30% (I don't see us buying property under the current Communist situation in America) Catastrophic Emergency Fund. Starting Balance: $266.00. Total Deposits: $0.00. Expenditures: $0.00. Balance: $266.00.

Directly Funded Church Ministries:

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

ATLANTA PROJECT: Starting Balance: $0.00. Deposits: $0.00. Expenditures: ($747.44) (288 Coffee Cups w/ Logo). Ending Balance: -($747.44).

Bill Lear Monthly Funding: Total Deposits This Week: $0.00. Balance: $60.00.

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

Cuban Freedom Fast: Deposit: $100.00 (Thanks to Fred Smart). Balance: -($862.44). Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $40.00.

Slave Freedom Scholarship Fund: Deposits: $0.00. Balance: $20.00.
(Economic Empowerment for Movement Members)

Total Deposits This Week: $100.00 (Fred Smart for Cuban Freedom Fast).

respectfully, Gene.

Round Table Talk: I'm still here in Ft. Myers, Florida waiting on the next phase of my Springtime work. All I know for sure right now is that I have 288 very important coffee cups to pass out to the leaders of ouir nation in the coming months, a very important Pig Roast to attend and speak at in April (if it all comes together) and a sentencing of Dick Simkanin to attend in Ft. Worth, Texas on April 30th.

I am really impressed with the Doug Kenline Radio Show. Look out Rush!

Fred has lost track of the recent Dick Simkanin letter to me on his desk for the moment but assures me that he will track it down and post it on and as soon as possible. Gene.

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Side one of the Coffee Cup logo.

Side two of the Coffee Cup logo.

Pictures are off to Doug Kenline for posting of the look of the logo design on the coffee cups. I am very happy with the coffee cup idea, as it will allow the moral law side of the tax honesty work to sit on the desks of American leaders for the next 100 years. Gene.

from drudge report......

Associated Press Writer

February 25, 2004, 12:14 AM EST

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Modern-day slavery is alive and well in Florida, the head of a human rights center said Tuesday as it released a report on people forced to work as prostitutes, farmworkers and maids across the state.

Human traffickers bring thousands of people into the United States each year and Florida is believed to be one of the top three destinations, along with New York and Texas, according to the Center for the Advancement of Human Rights at Florida State University.

Although there have been several prosecutions of human trafficking in Florida, no one knows how many people in Florida are under the control of traffickers, said Terry Coonan, the center's executive director.

In south Florida, federal prosecutions have indicated hundreds of farmworkers were victims of human trafficking, and a forced prostitution ring identified as many as 40 young women and girls brought from Mexico. The center also cited a case of "domestic servitude" in southwest Florida.

But the problem is not limited to those areas or those industries, according to Robin Thompson, director of the research project.

"All you have to do is look where cheap labor is required and where there is a potential for labor exploitation, which pretty much can put you anywhere in our state," Thompson said.

The center organized a "working group" of advocates and law enforcement officials to study the issue. The project was funded by a federal grant under a 2000 law designed to increase protections for victims of human trafficking.

The center's report emphasized that not all victims of human trafficking are illegal immigrants. Many enter the United States legally but because of their poverty or inability to speak English are exploited by traffickers.

And some victims are Americans, Thompson said, pointing to the homeless, addicted and runaways as potential victims for traffickers.

"The greater the awareness, the more likely these cases will be reported and prosecuted," Coonan told reporters. "This is almost an invisible crime because the victims are kept out of the public eye. We need to crack this code of silence."

* __

On the Net:

Center for the Advancement of Human Rights:
Copyright © 2004, The Associated Press

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Bill tells me that it's a done deal to get me to the Pig Roast in South Dakota in April for speaking and eating. I see that Bob Schultz and Ralph Nader are also desired speakers to a crowd of about 4,000 local business leaders. I guess I better start working up a sermon.

Let's hope the great radio personality, Doug Kenline will be there to cover the events. Gene.

Bill seems to want me to speak at the Hog Roast is South Dakota. I'd be happy to go.

On another note, I'll be teaching the book entitled, The New Evidence That Demands A Verdict, by Josh McDowell over the next few years, as I am able. Go to and buy a copy of the book at any book store to follow along. Teaching on the Credability of Jesus Christ is the central mission of any God called minister, as I am. Gene Chapman.

The cups cost us $747.44. They will be in in about 10 days.

The motor home is gonna require about $1,500 more than I have on hand for the Atlanta Project thru May 20th. If any of you high rollers want to make the second motor home purchase possible, I'm in for $2000. The other $1,500 is for insurance, title transfer and sign work. (I'd like to have all three motor homes there for Dick Simkanin's April 30th sentencing.)

Bill's motor home is in South Dakota right now. We need to further explore this option, as well. We have two people if Florida, one person in Alabama and one in South Carolina ready for a Mobil billboard now. Gene.

We're off to buy the 288 coffee cups for passing out to leaders in the Atlanta area, etc.

This is a good article forwarded by Joseph Banister

The immorality of taxes
Posted: February 24, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2004

It was refreshing to hear a Western world leader say
it is "morally acceptable" for citizens to avoid paying
excessive taxes... Read the entire article here. It's a good one!

Gene Here. Bill says his motor home is still available for use:

Buddie, it's here man. Tell me where it will do the most good, and I will deliver it.
p.s. ease up on your email restrictions. There is a lot of good stuff I try to send ya that your system rejects.

Watch my blog for my "Freedom Hog Roast" news. And you better not be fasting on that date.

Monday, February 23, 2004

Round Table Talk: Fred tells me that Dick Simkanin wrote me a letter that he will post both here and on tomorrow. I want to make sure and attend the next hearing of Brother Simkanin in Ft. Worth, Texas, even if I have to travel to Texas from the Atlanta Project in a fast.

Also, I made contact with some of the leadership of the student uprising at Tieniman (SP?) Square in 1989. I'm hoping to strike up a conversation about a possible fast for the freedom of China from the sinful influence of Socialist Communism, done in Hong Kong or somewhere appropriate next year or so. The young people of China seem more aware and committed to nonviolence and fasting than the Cubans in Little Havana did. Be in prayer. Gene.


Today is Day 25 since Walt Maken was arrested in connection with his ongoing uncovering of fraudulent IRS practices. He was put in jail on Thursday, January 29, 2004. The court has yet to acknowledge Walt's request for bail.

Since 1993 Walt Maken has been focusing on one (1) very simple and direct issue: FEDERAL JURISDICTION. He has repeatedly asked for proof of federal jurisdiction which gives the government the lawful power and authority to administrate personal income tax laws and regulations on individual Americans.

Here's Walt's website:

From what I understand, the government has recently responded - finally - with a statement-response to Walt's questions concerning jurisdiction. I have not seen this response, but from what others have surmised, it "appears to" claim authority directly from the 16th Amendment of the Constitution, but completely avoids Supreme Court decisions which have upheld that the 16th Amendment conferred no new federal taxing powers.

I think it's high time We The People raise the level of awareness on Walt Maken. This means that the same type of focus Dick Simkanin's case has warrently must be applied here. I don't mean to single any one case out to the exclusion-omission of others. For example, Lynne Meridith's case is going on right now. And a hearing for the continuation of Dick Simkanin's 'kangaroo court" is coming up on March 8th which is the same day Bill Lear gets out of prison, etc.

I believe Walt Maken has had the right K.I.S.S. focus: JURISDICTION. And I believe it's time for all of us to get to the bottom of this fraud once and for all so We The People of this great country can begin to restore our lawful heritage to honor God's laws and enjoy the fruits of Divine Law, Justice and Order in our world once again.

I've assembled below some of the material from Walt Maken's website, including some of his personal quotes, etc. This is a man who has done a wonderful service to suport liberty, truth and justice in our world. Please pass on this email so many others can benefit from the same.

Thanks for reading this.

Peace and God Bless,

Fred Smart
Evanston, Illinois

Subj: Fwd: Fw: Enlightening Conversation with a Marriage License Bureau ...
Date: 2/23/2004 5:56:17 PM Central Standard Time
From: FKSmart


This should provide some new grist for the mill.

Forwarded Message:
Subj: Fw: Enlightening Conversation with a Marriage License Bureau ...
Date: 2/22/2004 10:59:45 AM Central Standard Time
To: Undisclosed-Recipient:;
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From: "Virgil Cooper"

About 15 years ago, my former wife of 26-1/2 years, filed for divorce.
We had seven children, five daughters and two sons. Our youngest
at the time, our second son, was five years old.

At the time, I prepared a counterclaim to the Petition for Dissolution
her attorney filed in Domestic Relations (DR) court. I met one afternoon
with the head of the Maricopa County Superior Court, Marriage License
Bureau, in downtown Phoenix. The marriage license bureau was headed
by a young woman of about age 25. I asked her to explain to me the general and statutory implications of the marriage license. She was very cooperative,
and called in an Assistant, a tall Black man who at the time was working on an Operations Manual for internal departmental use.

She deferred for most technical explanations to her Assistant. He walked
through the technicalities of the marriage license as it operates in Arizona.
He mentioned that marriage licensing is pretty much the same in the other
states -- but there are differences. One significant difference he mentioned
was that Arizona is one of eight western states that are Community Property
states. The other states are Common Law states, including Utah, with the
exception of Lousiana which is a Napoleonic Code state.

He then explained some of the technicalities of the marriage license. He said,
first of all, the marriage license is Secular Contract between the parties and the
State. The State is the principal party in that Secular Contract. The husband
and wife are secondary or inferior parties. The Secular Contract is a three-way contract between the State, as Principal, and the husband and wife as
the other two legs of the Contract. He said, in the traditional sense a marriage
is a covenant between the husband and wife and God. But in the Secular Contract with the state, reference to God is a dotted line, and not officially considered included in the Secular Contract at all. He said, if the husband and wife wish to include God as a party in their marriage, that is a "dotted line" they will have to add in their own minds. The state's marriage license is "strictly secular," he said. He said further, that what he meant by the relationship to God being a "dotted line" meant that the State regards any mention of God as irrelevant, even meaningless. In his description of the marriage license contract, the related one other "dotted line." He said in the traditional religious context, marriage was a covenant between the husband and wife and God with husband and wife joined as one. This is not the case in the secular realm of the state's marriage license contract. The State is the
Principal or dominant party. The husband and wife are merely contractually
"joined" as business partners, not in any religious union. They may even be
considered, he said, connected to each other by another "dotted line." The picture he was trying to "paint" was that of a triangle with the State at the top and a solid line extending from the apex, the State, down the left side to the husband, and a separate solid line extending down the right side to the wife, a "dotted line" merely showing that they consider themselves to have entered into a religious union of some sort that is irrrelevant to the State. He further mentioned that this "religious overtone" is recognized by the State by requiring that the marriage must be solemnized either by a state official or by a minister of religion that has been "deputized" by the State to perform the marriage ceremony and make a return of the signed and executed marriage license to the State. Again, he emphasized that marriage is a strictily secular relationship so far as the State is concerned and because it is looked upon as a "privileged business enterprise" various tax advantages and other political privileges
have become attached to the marriage license contract that have nothing at
all to do with marriage as a religious covenant or bond between God and a man and a woman.

By way of reference, if you would like to read a legal treatise on marriage,
one of the best is "Principles of Community Property," by William Defuniak.
At the outset, he explains that Community Property law decends from
Roman Civil Law through the Spanish Codes, 600 A.D., written by the Spanish jurisconsults. In the civil law, the marriage is considered to be a for-profit venture or profit-making venture (even though it may never actually produce a profit in operation) and as the wife goes out to the local market to purchase food stuffs and other supplies for the marriage household, she is replenishing the stocks of the business. To restate:

In the civil law, the marriage is considered to be a business venture, that is, a for-profit business venture Moreover, as children come into the marriage household, the business venture is considered to have "borne fruit."

Now, back to the explanation by the Maricopa County Superior Court,
Marriage Bureau's administrative Assistant. He went on to explain that every contract must have consideration. The State offers consideration in the form of the actual license itself -- the piece of paper, the Certificate of Marriage. The other part of consideration by the State is "the privilege to be regulated by statute." He added that this privilege to be regulated by statute includes all
related statutes, and all court cases as they are ruled on by the courts, and all statutes and regulations into the future in the years following the ommencement of the marriage. He said in a way the marriage license contract is a dynamic or flexible, ever-changing contract as time goes along -- even though the husband and wife didn't realize that. My thought on this is can it really be considered a true contract as one becomes aware of the failure by the State to
make full disclosure of the terms and conditions. A contract must be entered into knowingly, intelligently, intentionally, and with fully informed consent.
Otherwise, technically there is no contract. Another way to look as the marriage license contract with the State is as a contract of adhesion, a contract between two disparate, unequal parties. Again, a flawed "contract."
Such a contract with the State is said to be a "specific perforance" contract as to the privileges, duties and responsibilities that attach.

Consideration on the part of the husband and wife is the actual fee paid and
the implied agreement to be subject to the state's statutes, rules, and regulations and all court cases ruled on related to marriage law, family law, children, and property. He emphasized that this contractual consideration by the bride and groom places them in a definite and defined-by-law position inferior and subject to the State. He commented that very few people realize
this. He also said that it is very important to understand that children born to the marriage are considered by law as "the contract bearing fruit" -- meaning the children primarily belong to the State, even though the law never comes out and says so in so many words.

In this regard, children born to the contract regarded as "the contract bearing fruit," he said it is vitally important for parents to understand two doctrines that
became established in the United States during the 1930s. The first is the Doctrine of Parens Patriae. The second is the Doctrine of In Loco Parentis. Parens Patriae means literally "the parent of the country"or to state it more bluntly -- the State is the undisclosed true parent. Along this line, a 1930s
Arizona Supreme Court case states that parents have no property right in
their children, and have custody of their children during good behavior at the sufferance of the State. This means that parents may raise their children and maintain custody of their children as long as they don't offend the State, but if they in some manner displease the State, the State can step in at any time and exercise its superior status and take custody and control of its children -- the parents are only conditional caretakers.

He also added a few more technical details. The marriage license is an ongoing contractual relationship with the State. Technically, the marriage license is a business license allowing the husband and wife, in the name of the marriage, to enter into contracts with third parties and contract mortgages and debts. They can get car loans, home mortgages, and installment debts in the name of the marriage because it is not only a secular enterprise, but it is
looked upon by the State as a privileged business enterprise as well as a for-profit business enterprise. The marriage contract acquires property
througout its existence and over time, it is hoped, increases in value. Also, the marriage contract "bears fruit" by adding children. If sometime later, the marriage fails, and a "divorce" results the contract continues in existence. The "divorce" is merely a contractual dissolution or amendment of the terms and conditions of the contract. Jurisdiction of the State over the marriage, over the husband and wife, now separated, continues and continues over all aspects of the marriage, over marital property and over children brought into the marriage. That is why family law and the Domestic Relations court calls "divorce" a dissolution of the marriage because the contract continues in operation but in amended or modified form. He also pointed out that the marriage license contract is one of the strongest, most binding contractual
relationships the States has on people

At the end of our hour-long meeting, I somewhat humorously asked if other
people had come in and asked the questions I was asking? The Assistant replied that in the several years he had worked there, he was not aware of anyone else asking these questions. He added that he was very glad to see someone interested in the legal implications of the marriage license and the
contractual relationship it creates with the State. His boss, the young woman Marriage Bureau department head stated, "You have to understand that peopele who come in here to get a marriage license are in heat. The last thing they want to know is technical, legal and statutory implications of the marriage license." (Laughter)

I hope this is helpful information to anyone interested in getting more familiar with the contractual implications of the marriage license. The marriage license as we know it didn't come into existence until after the Civil War and didn't become standard practice in all the states until after 1900, becoming firmly established by 1920. In effect, the states or governments appropriated or usurped control of marriages in secular form and in the process declared Common Law applicable to marriages "abrogated."

Please pass this information along and share it as widely as possible.

Best regards from Virgil Cooper

Date: 2/23/2004 6:26:39 PM Central Standard Time
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Calvary greetings(Pastor Gene Chapman).

Thank you so much for your e-mail reply to our organisation.
Before We proceed further, We would like to first introduced ourselves once again as christian society for orphans and widows(C.S.O.W).In South africa,Benin and Nigeria.
This organization is specially formed by Christian youth
and elders to seek and to provide protection, welfare and well being for the orphans and widows.
According to the information requesting from us by your organisation, we are ready and really looking forward to supply you any information requested from us.
Kindly let know what and what to produce to you for your clarification about us.
We have also include our website address though is still under-construction as we intend to update the fatal outbreak in our orphanage and the fire victim orphans.
And again, as will also intends to extends our mission to the LIBERIA, Burundi and the Moroccan Sahara before the fatal fire outbreak happened in our orphanage in Nigeria.
We therefore pleased to you to treat our message very urgent because our statistics records always showing that more orphans are dying day to day due to insufficient food and drugs needed for the survival of life.
We would like to be hearing promptly from you so that we can know the next line ofaction concerning this our issue.
The state immagency hospital where our fire victim orphans are receving treatment has make it known to us to provide funds in other to provides essential drugs at this earlier time so that most of the orphans can respones to treatment before is too late.
We would be waiting to receive your mail so that we can know what to process for your organsation for clarification so that you can save our orphans lifes.
The entire member of our organisation once again are expressing our gratitude to you for taking time to treat our message very fast.
(Visit orphans and widows in their trouble.")
James 1:27
Blessed is for those that hear and answer.



Faites un voeu et puis Voila !

"Laws made by common consent must not be trampled on by individuals. It is very much the good to force the unworthy into their due share of contributions to the public support, otherwise the burden on them will become oppressive, indeed." -TJ

Gene here. Ok, Dan Evans and the Quatloos boys, who is TJ? As a Christian, I'm all for following the laws of the land, as long as those laws do not violate moral law. So where is the law that makes me liable for an income tax?

I want to offer all you Quatloos guys a free coffee cup too. Give me a mailing address. Gene.

We have a 1986 Plymouth Motor Home about 25 miles North of Daytona, Florida available for purchase for $2450.00. I'll see if we can get together in Greenville, Florida when I go to Atlanta in a week or two. We may just have found our second mobile billboard for the Slave Freedom Movement. Gene.

The coffee cup idea is going forward tomorrow. I'm to buy 288 cups with our material on two sides for about $725.00. We'll pass them out to local businesses, pastors and IRS employees in Atlanta over the coming weeks.

I am presenting a grouping of free books upon request and supply to anyone at Gene Chapman

We have been getting about 2 web hits a day from:

Round Table Talk: We are checking the price of about 100 to 200 coffee cups that will read on one side:

[ The payment of a tax on labor (ie. income tax) by a free born Christian is an immoral act.

"Be not ye the slaves of men" (I Corinthians 7:23).

888-606-9379 ]

and on the other side of the coffee cup:

[ "Enslaver" (I Timothy 1:10): One who extracts a tax on labor (ie. Income tax) from another person, thus, under the judgment of the Law of God. ]

My thinking is that we need something longterm in the hands of pastors and Government leaders to muse over. Coffee cups seem to me to pass this test. Gene.

Sunday, February 22, 2004

We will need to check out your ministry to see if it is real, as you contacted us first. I'm sure understand.

Pastor Gene Chapman

Date: 2/22/2004 5:53:02 PM Central Standard Time
Sent from the Internet (Details)


Calvary greetings,

We are Non-Governmental Organization(NGO) but in Anyway, we
recommends ourselves as God ministers by the endurance of

We are Christian society for orphan and
widow (C.S.O.W). This organization is specially formed by Christian youth
and elders to seek and to provide protection, welfare and well being for the
orphans and widows.

Since the establishment of our organization we have
been able to set-up some different Orphanage(an institution where orphan
are care for).
we have individual contributed there support for
this development has to facilitate the health and the care
of the orphan so motherless babies can be properly take
care of.
(Visit orphans and widows in their trouble.")
James 1:27

We urgently need an assistance from you, We experience a
fatal fire outbreak in our orphanage which result into lost
of life and properties while some are totally in juried to
the extent that there are in the point of death.

All our efforts has been made in bringing total solution
to problem(provide drugs for
treatments,planket,clothes,sorghum,bed,rice,and so on.

We therefore seek an assistances from you to support us in
raising for the needs for this orphan, you can contribute
whatever God bless you(WE BELIEVE THAT GIVER NEVER LACKS).Though we a
great contribution in year1998 by our late philanthropist(Mr. David
Paul),since it death, we have been having some difficulties in supplying the
needs circulation for the orphan and widows needs.

The organization is about to depart due to poor
financial support to rebuild the orphanage and provide the needs for the
orphans and widows as to have betterment of life in there life and future
that is why we quickly seek for an assistances from our dearest beloved
people in Christ because we know that our reward is in heaven. LET US NOT
TIRED.(GAL 6:9).

You can as well read more on history of africa.

We believe that your contribution is going to tremendously contribute to
the well-being and well-welfare of our organization.
And we also believe that your contribution will make the 60 percent
of the organization to have a change of the 2,150 populances.
Bless be for those that hear and understand and help for
there neighbors. For any question, please do not hesitate to contact us

1ST CATEGORY $500----------$1,000
2ND CATEGORY $1,500--------$2,000
3RD CATEGORY $2,500--------$3,000
4RD CATEGORY $3,500--------$4,000
5RD CATEGORY $4,500--------$5,000
6RD CATEGORY $5,500--------$6,000
7RD CATEGORY $6,500--------$7,000(NO LIMIT)



Faites un voeu et puis Voila !

David Goodyear has reset my cookies on my computer, so I can log into again. Disregard Doug.

We went to Home Depot and found Tyvek for $135.00 for a 9'X150' roll. Tyvek is the sign material of the future. We will see about making signs when I get to Atlanta in a few weeks.

Also, I just put my application for Commercial Dive School (Underwater welding) into the mail. My blood pressure has dropped down to levels that I should easily pass the dive physical now. That Atkins Diet is for real!


Gene Chapman Visits Key West Florida

The Blue Waters of the Key West Area.

An Island on the way to Key West.

The Key West Home Depot.

The Boat Marina at Key West, Florida. We ate a meal across the street from here.

Downtown Key West.

A Cigar Boat Race.

Dear Gene,

I've been in New Zealand now for right on two years. It is a more benevolent Police State than the U.S., but the same nonsense regarding "law" goes on here as well. The difference? No one in New Zealand has ever been jailed for tax evasion or similar "crimes". But just like the U.S., their tax statutes apply to no one, yet most everyone gets convinced to volunteer in at an early age.

There is no need for you to pay the IRS one dime. I haven't read the particulars of your situation, but they generally create a bill out of thin air as a way of terrifying people into compliance. You have a contract with them to pay something, but not what they are claiming. That contract can be dealt with in several ways. Your particular circumstances will dictate what the best approach will be. I can help you work through this via e-mail, or direct you to someone in the U.S. who can help.

There are two articles you must read in order to know how to proceed. Several months ago I sent you the Armen Condo letter written by George Mercier. It can also be found on the Internet with a Google search. The second article is called "Understanding Jurisdiction" and I will send it to you if you can give me an e-mail address that accepts attachments. Once you know how they trapped you, you can chart your course out of the IRS woods.

But the bottom line in all this is that the One in control of it all is God Himself. Getting angry at evil IRS agents is pointless. Though they will receive eternal damnation for it (unless they repent) they are doing God's work. Just look at the Israelites leaving Egypt. Pharoah had to be pretty nasty to motivate them all to pack up and leave the land they grew up in. Then, once out in the desert they decided Egypt wasn't so bad after all. If Satan and his minions (like the IRS) weren't out there ruining people's lives, no one would call out to God at all. Slavery is a really cushy deal for most, as you have found in trying to motivate people to fight the IRS and other evils. They will fight you instead in order to keep the right to give their blood, sweat and tears to the tax man - voluntarily!

So God has used the IRS to prod you personally out of your complacency. You are about through with the "righteous indignation" stage of this, which means you are ready to move on to the really good stuff. Most people never get prodded at all. Why did God choose you? Who knows, but you can be grateful he did.

So lets take care of your tax bill, so you can move on to the work God has really called you to.



Well, we made it to Key West, Florida yesterday. David Goodyear and I had a nice sea food meal across from the boat docks and came on back to the house in Ft. Myers. Pictures will be off to Doug Kenline today for posting here.

I'm checking into the price of bumper stickers that will read something like:

The payment of a tax on labor (ie. income tax) by a free born Christian is an immoral act.

"Be not ye the slaves of men" (I Corinthians 7:23). 888-606-9379