(Slave Freedom Movement)

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Round Table Talk:

The Second Annual Slave Freedom Event in Wasington, D.C. is set up and doing fine. Be there July 2-4, 2006, as we protest Domestic Commuinst Aggresson by the U. S. Government. Gene

Friday, June 16, 2006

Aaron's movie is waiting for me to pick up at home in Texas. I'm on my way there now to pick it up and go on to Arizona for a Tuesday morning delivery. We have ongions scheduled to pick up in New Mexico for Alabama on Tuesday, then on to Pensacola, Florida as early as the next Saturday to show the movie to Dr. Baldwin. Gene.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

The last I hear is that a copy of Aaron's movie is now again on the way to me for private showings to Dr. Baldwin, Bill Maher (HBO), Karl Rove and Billy Graham before the movie opens July 28th. Dr. Dobson in Colorado Springs, Colorado and Judge Moore are also having copies mailed to them for private viewing, concerning my class action. We'll see. Gene.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Sunday, June 11, 2006

I just spent about 30 to 45 minutes on the phone with Linsey Springer, and he is expected to come through to spend some time with us in Washington, D.C., July 2-4 at the Second Annual Slave Freedom Event. He is studying our class action to see if he feels it is something he and our Lord wants him to join. We have another committed preacher in the fight, and I'm sure glad to find him. Gene Chapman.

Movie Revue:

Aaron Russo, in his new movie, "America: From Freedom to Fascism," has done a wonderful job of presenting one piece of evidence after another in support his thesis that the central problem to be corrected in America is the existence of the Federal Reserve Banking System, 5th Plank of "The Communist Manifesto." While I feel his thesis is flawed, I do respect it as a real problem.

The central objective of Karl Marx is to bring all the world under a centralized one-world non-theistic government in order to empower a ruthless economic efficiency, in turn designed to promote a subjective maximum sustainability on the planet for all life left after the slaughter, that in its end destroys divine concepts like, love, virtue, joy, family, goodness, liberty, etc. On page 242 of "The Communist Manifesto," (Penguin Classics Edition) Marx states, "But Communism abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion and all morality." I submit that far more a threat to free civilization than a central bank is the effort to abolish "eternal truths, . . . all religion and all morality," via this bank, in the midst of the other nine of Marx's planks and associated Communist activities.

Russo's film is oximoronic in that he attempts to attack godless-communism, as long as you don't bring God into it. It's like saying, "We must attack pollution in the world's oceans, as long as you don't bring water into it." Realize that Russo has done great work, from a secular perspective, a perspective that will make a Communist laugh out loud and a Patriot cry for the wasted opportunity.

Gene Chapman,
"The American Gandhi"