(Slave Freedom Movement)
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Friday, March 17, 2006
Thursday, March 16, 2006
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
P. O. Box 295545
Lewisville, Texas 75029
March 14, 2006
Senator Evan Bayh
1650 Market Tower
10 West Market Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Dear Senator Bayh:
Thank you so very much for your two letters of February 15th and 23rd, 2006. Yes, I am very interested in your "direct involvement" in my problems with being a Christian in America and at the workplace. I am also curious to read the full Senate bill 677 (Workplace Religious Freedom Act of 2005) and would appreciate a hard copy.
Congressman Dick Armey, Senator Phil Gramm and I worked on new hours of service regulations for the trucking industry in 2000 thru 2002 and saw a decline of 210 fatigue related highway deaths per year, as a result of the legislation. However, this new Congressman Burgess and the new senator from Texas have a deaf ear to my ideas, I find. It is good to have your representation from Indiana, even if I can't get it in Texas anymore.
The big concern for me these days is that I find that the Social Security Number is indistinguishable from the "mark of the beast" in Revelation 13 thru 15. My Co-complainants in the enclosed class action paperwork do, as well. Having studied for the Christian ministry over a decade of my youth at four universities and serving on a board of directors during that time with the chancellors and/ or presidents of Hyles-Anderson College, Tennessee Temple University and Tabernacle Baptist College, I can assure you that I did not fall off a turnip truck (ha ha). My ideas are the sound theological ideas of the Christian leaders who trained me up from my youth.
I need help in specific to get me opted out of that number from my job, my credit card, my cell phone, any bank account I might later set up, my land in Texas, etc. I just realize I need to be free from this number for religious reasons, along with the others I run with. The class action materials explain my thinking in more detail.
Minister of Christ
1) We read on page 242 of "The Communist Manifesto," published by Penguin Classics: "When the ancient world was in its last throes, the ancient religions were overcome by Christianity."
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engles assert here that the Christian religion overcame all other ancient theistic religions.
2) Exhibit A2 presents the following: "When Christian ideas succumbed in the 18th century to rationalist ideas . . . ."
Marx's assumption here is that Christianity was intellectually superior to all previous religions but that now it too has been overcome by Rationalism.
3) Exhibit A3 states: "But Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion, and all morality. . . ."
In context, Marx views Christianity as the last religion to be overcome by his Rationalism; thus, Christianity stands as the paramount "religion" that Communism abolishes.
4) On page 243, Exhibit A4 reads: "Of course in the beginning, this cannot be effected except by despotic inroads on the rights of property . . . ."
Marx tells us that his mechanism to abolish the Christian religion is to undermine property rights.
5) On pages 243 and 244, Exhibit A5 is ten planks that are presented in American society, designed to destroy the Christian religion over time, as follows:
1. Property taxes and Eminent Domain Laws.
2. Income Taxes.
3. Inheritance Taxes.
4. Confiscation of Property from Emigrants and Those The Government Dislikes.
5. Federal Reserve Banking to Empower Deficit Spending.
6. FCC and Interstate Commerce Commission.
7. Farm Controls.
8. WPA, CCC and Peace Corps.
9. Population Control Laws.
10. Secular Public Schools.