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Saturday, July 23, 2005


I just arrived at Robert Clarkson's home for the formation of the Gentle Love Church on offical paper tomorrow. There are about half a dozen people here already for the church law work shop, etc.

We are paying people $20 per hour to walk around and pass out my yard signs and tracts to people at their home anywhere in America. If you need money, e-mail me: GeneChapman@hotmail.com/

We are offering $250 per day to anyone who will pass out our yard signs and tracts at a major IRS facility anywhere in America.

We will be making a tv commercial for play tomorrow. If you would like a copy of the commercial for your local area, please contact me.

We are now having copies of the tracts mailed to every member of the U.S. House and Senate. A publication of "The Truth" newspaper is being published with our materials. Each member of the U.S. House and Senate will get a copy of the paper.

I am wanting Anderson, S.C. to become a hub of the yard sign and tract work, so we may see a tax revolt here among the citizens first. Gene.


Gene Chapman Visits Doug Kenline In Atlanta, Georgia

Audioblogs here.

Photos here.


Wednesday, July 20, 2005


Members of religious society get prison time for tax protest

Three members of the Restored Israel of Yahweh, a small religious society in South Jersey, didn't pay their federal taxes because they didn't want their money to fund warfare.

Read article here.


Tuesday, July 19, 2005


July 4, 2005



Gene Chapman, in front of the main IRS Hdq. entrance on Constitution Ave.



Gene Chapman with main IRS Hdq. entrance in the background.



Gene Chapman and Robert in front of the main IRS Hdq. on Constitution Ave.



Robert and sign in front of IRS Hdq. building on Constitution Ave.



Gene Chapman at corner of IRS Hdq. at Constitution Ave. and 12th Street.



Publisher/Newsman R.W. Moore doing a video scene of Gene Chapman at the
front of the IRS Hdq. building on Constititution Ave. in Washington D.C.



Freedom Publisher/Newsman R.W. Moore is preparing to video a sconce in front of the IRS Hdq. building at 12th and Constitution Ave., Washington D.C.



Flowers with Guard going to work in the IRS Hdq. Building In Washington, D.C.



Freedom Publisher/Newsman R.W. Moore posing during a busy afternoon
in front of the IRS Hdq. building on Constitution Ave. in Washington, D.C.



Pleasant quiet scene at the main IRS Hdq. building on Constitution Ave. in
Washington, D.C. Note the heavy planters on the right that can block a terrorist vehicle intrusion. Most Govt. buildings now have a similar arrangement at entrances.


Members of religious society get prison time for tax protest

Three members of the Restored Israel of Yahweh, a small religious society in South Jersey, didn't pay their federal taxes because they didn't want their money to fund warfare.

Read article here.


Hotmail doesn't seem to want to let me read my e-mails for the past couple of days. I'll respond when I can. Gene. Doug, I have pictures from Washington in my e-mails, if you want to get them posted for me.

Sunday, July 17, 2005


I'll be with Dr. Clarkson this Sunday. Yall come.

I have 10 yard signs and several hundred copies of my tracts off the Robert in Atlanta.

Anybody want tracts or signs? GeneChapman@hotmail.com

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