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Saturday, May 01, 2004


Since I was unable to be with Dick Simkanin in Ft. Worth, where he was sentenced to 7 years in prison on last Friday, I've informed him that I will be sending my first paycheck to his legal defense fund. It looks to be about $1,200. I wonder if there is anyone out there who will match me with seven days (one week) of pay for the Dick Simkanin Legal Defense Fund. Let's stick together. Gene.

Simkanin Legal Defense Fund
c/o Richard E. Clark
P.O. Box 516371
Dallas, TX 75251


It's Saturday night, so I may see if I can put a sermon for the troops together tonight. Right now, I'm in Lexington, Virginia at my favorite place in the East. I'm about to walk across the street to eat at my favorite cafe in Virginia. Be back in a bit. Gene.

Friday, April 30, 2004


I watched the Oliver Stone interview on the tv last night with Fidel Castro that appears to have been made in 2003. Castro made point after point that his Socialist Communist system of government had provided more medical doctors and teachers and so forth than the Batista government had, prior to Castro coming to power.

The truth of the matter is that when we stick a gun to the head of a man, take his property and fund medical training with that stolen money, we will logically have more doctors. When we stick a gun to the head of a man, take his property and fund public schools with that stolen money, we will logically have more teachers. And it is also logical that we will have government armed robbery in mass, as part of the equation.

Sadly, I see very little that differentiates the U. S. economic situation from that of Cuba. We both use fiat money, have government schools for children, have lost property rights and live in an income tax based system. Armed robbery is everywhere in a Socialist society. Gene.

As a side note, I noticed that Cubanet is the site that covered our fast in Little Havana back in January. The founder is in prison in Cuba, I saw on the tv. We were very close to the action.


Thursday, April 29, 2004


Financial Report:

ATLANTA PROJECT: Starting Balance: -($2141.22). Deposits: $50.00 less a $1.75 Pay Pal fee is $48.25 (Thanks Mr. Klass). Total Deposits: $48.25 . Expenditures: $0.00. Total Expenditures: $0.00. Ending Balance: -($2092.79) Gene.


Round Table Talk:

Right now, I'm getting my first video tape sent to me from Dr. Clarkson's video man, so I can evaluate if I want to send it out in mass. I plan to start writing letters to Dr. James Kennedy, Dr. Jerry Falwell, Dr. Bob Jones III, Sr. Charles Stanley, etc. to ask them to be in prayer about joining the Board of Directors of the Chirstian AntiCommunist Party, along with sending them a video.

I'm now raising $500 for 1,000 bumper stickers that will read:

"Enslaver" (I Timothy 1:10): (Greek word: andrapodistes) One who imposes a taxing of labor (i.e. income tax) upon an uncondemned free person; thus, under the judgment of the Moral Law of God.

SlaveFreedom.com 1-888-606-9379 Christian AntiCommunist Party

(The IRS seems most insecure with the above biblical material.) Anybody want a free bumper sticker?

Please keep in mind that I have a speech in Denver on June 20th and another in Souix (sp?) Falls, SD also in June. Gene.


I'm in Ft. Worth tonight, waiting on a load for Pennsylvania that delivers Monday. I'm trying to see if I can get over to see Dick Simkanin tomorrow before I have to head out.

I did an interview on a Waco tv station this morning while fueling my truck. They wanted to know what I thought about building a new highway project to help handle traffic between Austin, Texas and Dallas/ Ft. Worth. I laughed that they picked me out of the crowd to interview on a tax related issue, of all people. God sure did this one. I answered that I couldn't argue biblically that a toll road would be immoral but that taxing labor or property of individuals would be a clear violation of Christian Scripture. The reporter took my card -- the same one we used in Atlanta -- and seemed very interested in my spin on things.

Maybe Doug can call around and e-mail me if he finds out which tv station interviewed truckers at the Pilot in Waco, Texas about 10 am CT. Gene.

Wednesday, April 28, 2004


Well, we've established that no one in the IRS or Treasury can show me my tax liability when the chips are down, and I'm face-to-face with them, or otherwise.

We know that we are to "volunteer" to pay income taxes if we are at all to pay them because the Constitution forbids "involuntary servitude" (slavery). And we know that a free Christian, which the Declaration of Independence asserts has the "inalienable" right of "liberty," has an obligation not to become the 'slave of men,' even "voluntarily" (Greek definition: I Corinthians 7:23).

It would thus be a violation of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution for government to demand a Christian to pay an income tax, as it would be in violation of our faith's instruction in I Corinthians 7:23 were we to become the slaves of men, even "voluntarily."

Until the President announces we are a slave nation, I have no moral course to follow other than to not pay income taxes. It is the will of God that his free people not pay income taxes.

Here I stand. I can do no other.

Gene Chapman,

Minister of Christ


IRS Commissioner Answers Questions on Income Tax Liability
By Robert R. Raymond
April 28, 2004

In late breaking news, IRS commissioner Mark Everson, in an attempt to quell
the growing Income tax resistance, answered claims that the IRS refuses to
be candid about what law makes an American man or woman liable for the
Income tax. With millions of American¹s asking questions regarding who is
liable for the Individual Income Tax, Commissioner Everson answered specific
questions, to end once and for all, any doubt that the law requires people
to pay the income tax. With the skill of a Harvard trained lawyer he
answered questions with pinpoint accuracy. With today¹s answers there can be
no doubt about what laws the IRS is enforcing.

Date: Thursday, April 1, 2004 6:30 PM

Reporter: "Commissioner Everson. There's a group of people outside that
assert that no law requires them to pay taxes, and that you will not answer
their petition to the government as to whether they're required to pay
taxes."

Commissioner Everson: (snicker)."Well, I've been paying my taxes ever since
I was, ah, well I...I've been paying my taxes ever since I had my first job,
and I think it.it's a.it's a fundamental ..ah..construct of our nation
that.that those of us who, um, expect and demand the services from our
government..that the government provides, be they the protection of our
country through the military, or be they, um, the education of our children,
or be they the protection of our environmentŠ That..That..we must pay for
those services. So yes, I think there is a fundamental obligation,
and.um.that.that it's an understood and well accepted one..um..ummm..

Reporter: "Let me modify my question then..The fundamental assertion being
made here is that there is no law that requires us to pay taxes..that people
are tricked into paying taxes. So the question they keep asking is "What
law requires them to pay taxes?"

Dale Hart steps in: "Let me help here, Dave. As you know there are any
number of court cases that ,uh,uh, that have been, uh, that have asserted
our right to levy taxes, and I would, uh, hart.um, recommend that anybody
who has any questions about whether or not they should be paying taxes go to
IRS.GOV, and take a look at the um.uh.the issues we have there that respond
to phony tax schemes advising people that they don't have an obligation
to.to.pay taxes. So there's a lot of information out there, and a lot of
information on our website that should assist anybody that has any questions
about the legality of taxes. And there's plenty of court cases that support
our right to assert and levy taxes under title 26."
[END OF QUOTE]

So there you have it. Ah, uh, and um. That's their answer. Given the
opportunity to clear up doubts about our income tax system, Commissioner
Everson stumbles and bumbles and still can't find the answer. The
government wants to put people in jail for not finding the law the IRS
Commissioner himself can't find. What's there to hide? Is Commissioner
Everson running one of those awful phony tax "schemes." How can the
government restore the faith of its citizenry in the tax system without
Everson's candor admissions about the tax laws? Aren't citizens entitled to
have the IRS be honest with the public who employs them? The IRS has become
like the Gulag system in Russia. ³The Gulag system is not run by men who
have some notion of justice and propriety, however autocratic and misguided,
but by gangsters. The state and its apparatus have been taken over by those
who have responsibility to no one, and least of all to the system they
profess to believe, and which is supposedly leading society on to the
³gleaming heights² of Republican government.² Where is that law that
makes a citizen liable for a tax on their income? Somewhere behind
Everson's snicker perhaps.

http://www.rraymond.org/IRS_QUEST.htm

© 2004 -Robert R. Raymond All Rights Reserved
Robert R. Raymond is the past Independent candidate for the U.S House of
Representatives for Wisconsin's 5th District in the 2002 elections. A
political activist for the past ten years he represents the People for Truth
in Taxation Organization. He can be reached on his web site
http://www.rraymond.org/ or by e-mail at rr@rraymond.org. Republication
allowed with this notice and hyperlink intact.

"Silence can be equated with fraud where there is a legal or moral duty to
speak, or where an inquiry left unanswered would be intentionally
misleading. . . We cannot condone this shocking behavior by the IRS. Our
revenue system is based on the good faith of the taxpayer and the taxpayers
should be able to expect the same from the government in its enforcement and
collection activities."
U.S. v. Tweel, 550 F.2d 297, 299. See also U.S. v. Prudden, 424 F.2d 1021,
1032; Carmine v. Bowen, 64 A. 932.

Tuesday, April 27, 2004


Thanks to Doug Kenline for the pledge. Anybody else?

good audiobloggin'.........i pledge $10 per week once pledges have reached
$700 per week....if it happens real soon i'll send you $100 for 10
weeks....if it takes awhile longer and the IRS leaves me alone, i'll send
you $200 for 20 weeks.......do an audioblog every day like the jerry lewis
telethon until pledges reach $700 per week while you're on the road in the
truck.....list pledges in the right hand column of your blog as they come
in......i'm thinkin' you could get pledges for twenty weeks paid in
advance.......that's $14,000 up front....that'd be a good 20 week
campaign.....with the blog i think you could do it.........dk


If you want a copy of my 30 minute video or CD that features my discussion about the theology of the TAX HONESTY MOVEMENT and my personal pathway into the movement, call: Dr. Robert Clarkson ph#: 864-356-5111. I hear they are charging $10 for the item and $5 for shipping.

The video would be excellent for pastors or IRS employees to have. Gene.


Well, I get into a truck tomorrow and start back at those good paychecks. I need $700 a week to stay on the road full time, and we ain't there yet.

Maybe I can hit it again in the Fall.

I need 14 people to give $50 per week or 28 people to give $25 per week or a combination that gets us to $700 per week in order to be on the road full time hitting the IRS face to face with the now famous business cards and 861 CD's.

Gene

Monday, April 26, 2004

Sunday, April 25, 2004


Round Table Talk:

In the morning, I drive West toward Birmingham, Alabama and maybe on to Dallas and Ft. Worth for Dick Simkanin. I informed Dick in a letter two days ago that I'd been having prayerful reservations about being at his sentencing April 30th for about 2 months. There is really nothing more than "Don't go" that I keep receiving in my spirit, as I pray about it.

Dr. Clarkson wants me to go to work for him, but I need time to evaluate his material before I go pushing it. I can't promote something I've not thought through.

As any preacher, I have my opposition on both sides. The pro-Communists think I'm a loser for not paying the Communist taxes, and the anti-Christians think I'm a failure for living the Bible as a Christian. Well, I'm quite content in whatsoever state I find myself, as Paul related those ions ago.

There are those who term me a "media driven" man. Well, the media does help move a larger number of people in one setting, but I have no personal need for attention. I rather like the solitude of the road. If I could have anything it would be an island with only God for company, and books-- lots of books to read.

Today, I was thinking all day about how people are looking for miracles to prove God. And then I thought of how everything that is or ever was alive or ever will be alive was at its beginning a dead substance, except God, I read. Everything is a miracle. Good night. Gene.


I'm in the hole $3003.66, as of now (see: churchfinances.blogspot.com). I'm down to my credit card, and I don't feel peace about going to Ft. Worth and have not for 2 months. I'll see tomorrow what the Lord leads. I may just have to go back to work. Gene.


Financial Report:

ATLANTA PROJECT: Starting Balance: -($2011.78). Deposits: $40.00 (Thanks Mr. Kenline), $50.00 less a $1.75 Paypal fee is 48.25 (Thanks Mr. Strahm), $50.00 (Thanks Mrs. Hodges). Total Deposits: 138.25 . Expenditures: April 18: ($17.00) food ($5.05) meal; April 19: ($7.00) meal, ($5.05) meal; April 20 ($17.90) food, ($113.09) 2,000 business cards, ($11.73) meal; April 21 ($6.00) parking, ($3.47) meal; April 22 ($6.00) parking, ($17.80) gasoline; April 24 ($0.00); April 25 ($4.00) parking fee, ($22.50) fuel, ($9.72) meal, ($4.60) ice cream for two, ($16.78) new shoes for Tax March. Total Expenditures: ($267.69). Ending Balance: -($2141.22) Gene.

Please feel free to correct my math. I need all the help and rechecks I can get.


Well, we're back from the exorcism at the Atlanta Federal Building. Pictures are off to Doug Kenline.

Thanks to Mrs. Hodges for the $50 donation to the work. It will be used the best I know how.

I've gone left when I heard the Holy Ghost say, "left" and right when he said, "right." I've stood still when he said, "be still," and I've backed up when he said to back up. I've gone forward when he told me, to the best of my moral ability. All we can do now is trust God to move as we've sought to honor Him in the exorcism and in all the work.

I did this exorcism with a pure conscience, if I know my conscience, and I think I do. I've done everything to humble myself before the face of God. I know not what else I can do.

Gene Chapman.


We are about to leave for the exorcism. I want to make clear that we are not trying to cast a piece of real estate into the sea. In ministry, we deal with spiritual matters. The psychiatrist might say that we are working to change the mood of the building. A Fung Shway (sp?) person might say that we are trying to line up the dragon with the butterfly or something of the sort.

In the Bible, we are told that these moods are personalities to be cast out with fasting and prayer in sacloth and ashes. These personalities are, we are told, demons that are angels which rebelled with Satan against God before man was ever on the earth. One of these angels, at least, has a hold on the IRS employees at the Federal Building in Atlanta, based on my read of Christian Scripture. His name is "Enslaving Thief," to the best of my knowledge. It is not so important that I call his name in a correct tongue as it is that I address him to his face with his crime clear in my mind.

I am calling upon God to move him with an act of faith pure inside and out in sacloth and ashes.

Gene Chapman, Minister of Christ


The Exorcism is still on schedule to begin at 3 pm ET today at the Federal Building in Atlanta, Georgia. The words of the exorcism prayer are:

"Enslaving Thief, Be thou cast into the sea, in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost."

Gene Chapman, Minister of Christ

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