(Slave Freedom Movement)

Saturday, December 11, 2004

The EEOC is studying my case and EEOC vs. Information Systems Consulting. The look on that woman's face when I told her I gave up my social security card because I was concerned about the "mark of the beast" was priceless. But she kept the course, and we may know somehting monday.

I'm off to speak at the Atlanta Patriots Meeting from 1 pm to 3 pm. Gene.

Friday, December 10, 2004

In a meeting with the Social Security Administration this morning, it was suggested that I go see the EEOC in Greenville. I'm off to Greenville this afternoon.

Remember that I'll be speaking to the Atlanta Patriot's Meeting for Dr. Clarkson on Saturday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Gene.

The District Judge meeting is still waiting to be set.

Yesterday, I went along with one of my three Greek scholars to speak to a fourth Greek scholar, who is a retired Greek professor from Bob Jones University. He was not informed on the tax/ slave realtionship, so we will talk later. He was skeptical that my "expanded definition" on the bumper sticker could present so much doctrinal application from one "vocabulary word." We will talk again after he has had time to explore the material.

Expanded definition: "enslaver" (I Timothy 1:10): (Greek word: andrapodistes) -- one who imposes a taxing of labor (i.e. property/ income tax) upon, and counts as cattle (i.e. social security number), uncondemned free persons; thus, under the judgment of the Moral Law of God.

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Dr. Clarkson and I just got back from meeting with the Anderson Chief of Police. The Chief said the Judge has been approached and we should know something tomorrow morning about a meeting. Gene.

I'll be speaking at the Atlanta Patriot's meeting on Saturday from 1 pm to 3 pm.

I've seen about 9 people in the past weeks since I arrived here in South Carolina who are thinking seriously about turning in their social security cards over the "mark of the beast" issue in Revelation 13 and 14.

I'll go see the police at 3 pm to see if my effort to meet a Federal District Judge has worked out. Gene.

Monday, December 06, 2004

I had a meeting with the Chief of Police here in Anderson today. He will try and meet with the Federal District Judge in the area in the next two days to get my 1st Amendment issue evaluated by the judge. I'm hoping to meet with the judge for 15 or 20 minutes to discuss the viability of my argument before I spend a winter living in a homeless shelter for the case that may never come to trial. Gene


I gave a letter to the company where they said they required a Social Security Card on all employees. I told them I believe all the people involved in refusing me employment are Christians, so I would not sue them (I Cor. 6:7) but rather "take wrong."

Dr. Clarkson says I have an easy $20,000 case to win, if I just call the EEOC, but I made a vow years ago that I whould live the light God revealed to me in His Word, so I'm stuck out on some easy money.

The homeless shelter is getting ready to take me in on Christmas Eve, if that is needed. It looks clean and nice, from what I saw today. I'm off to eat at the homeless kitchen now. God is showing me alot about the condition of my fellow man these days, so I feel as if I'm getting an education. Gene.

I find in the Bible Four things Christians are not to "render unto Caesar":

1) We are not stop preaching the Gospel for Caesar (government).

2) We are not to take the "mark of the beast" for Caesar (government).

3) We are not to go quietly into slavery for Caesar (government), and we are to persue freedom from slavery if already enslaved.

4) We are not to impose evil upon our fellow human being for Caesar (government).