(Slave Freedom Movement)
Friday, December 24, 2004
Thursday, December 23, 2004
Christian AntiCommunist Party
P.O. Box 2368
Anderson, S.C. 29621
December 23, 2004
Recently, I moved from Texas to work against Socialist Communism here in your area. Only over the past few weeks have I become intimately involved in the conflict between your middle school principal and the Pro-Confederate flag group in Tacoa, Ga.
What I find is not an issue of black and white but of Commie Red and American True Blue. No, the conflict is not racial but religiopolitical in nature. Indeed, I note the good African-American folks of the Tacoa area wearing the Confederate symbols. "[God] hath made of one blood all nations of men" (Acts 17:26) are the words dear to the pro-flag group, or I would not be writing this letter on their behalf.
As a leader of a political party in America, I am very aware that the marianette upon the stage must always have strings tied to hands somewhere up above which move the larger story along. What I see is the 10th Plank of "The Communist Manifesto": "Free public schools," as opposed to free private schools or voucher home schools. I see points number 17, 30, 31 and 41 of the "Communist Goals (1963)" from the Congressional Record Appendix, pp.
Tomorrow, I am scheduled to participate in a protest rally at an abortion clinic in Greenville with my church group. They tell me they are thinking of using my quote we used in Waco, Texas, back when I was studying at Baylor University. It reads: "O LORD . . . thou hast covered (protected while making) me in my mother's womb" (Psalm 139:1,13). The local media in Waco reported a 36% or 50% decline in teen pregnancy and a 50% or 36% decline in abortion within 3 months of the billboard's appearance outside the Waco High Scool in 1992. While media did not draw an association, several Christians have asked me to do a double blind test of the sign to see if there is a repeat of the declines. I'd love to get a billboard in Greenville or anywhere, but we will have to be happy with what God provides. Gene.
Wednesday, December 22, 2004
The key is not having or living with the Social Security number, I'm convinced. Gene.
Monday, December 20, 2004
I spoke to Fred Smart on the phone today. He is doing well and invited me to do a long telephone recording with him soon.
My roofing work is still doing well one day per week. I feel like a missionary in New Zealand back in the 1800's. God is blessing just enough to keep me alive and struggling for the next meal.
We have two home church groups looking into a kind of fellowship of training for their people. A third group is around and looking over our "Kingdom Living" mentality. We are planning to cross train on engine repair, roofing, electrical, painting, carpet, transmission, etc. Write me a letter if you have a skill you can teach to the group. We want work fields where we can live off the grid (Kingdom Living).
Gene Chapman, Missionary to the Christian Underground