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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Restore America Plan - Facts About the Guardians of the Free Republics

from nesaranews

Facts About the Guardians of the Free Republics
(Links in this writing are to articles which contained the false claims.)
http://benjf.com/?p=ithink&body=1270581057

1. The letters to the governors was non-partisan. Republican and democrat governors received the letters. They don't care which party you belong to as both parties are unlawful. Tim Turner has worked for Homeland Security, "under" Bush, has quit and denounced Bush as one of the most evil men belonging to one of the most evil families of our time. This is not about black or white. Believe me, this movement is not anti-anything except anti-tyranny.

2. It's not 
sedition to remove a tyrant anymore than it is theft for a woman to take back her purse from a purse snatcher. All people have the right of Postliminium, as stated in the law of nations, which says that things taken by an enemy remain property of the original owner and can be reclaimed once apprehended.

3. Governors are not asked to step down and go home. Rather, they are told that their seat as governor of a corporation is being changed to the seat of a rightful de jure republic governor.

4. The letters were not 
threatening.

5. They are not "extremists" anymore than an accountants who follow proper book keeping procedure are extremists. People who support the constitution fully will support the Guardians of the Free Republics.

6. All governors have received one, regardless of whether they will admit that they have.

7. The letters have not been published by the media because the content is so compelling that Americans would come out of the woodwork to support them.

8. The Guardians of the Free Republics have not published the letters because they don't want people coming out of the woodwork to revolt once they learn the truth about our country.

9. The recession did not make the Guardians of the Free Republics do this. They, along with Tim Turner, have been creating ways to set the people free from corporate government for years. The rise of people clinging to these ideologies is related to many things but the Guardians of the Free Republics are not reacting to a bad economy, a so-called black president/CEO, or anything other than freedoms being crushed on a daily basis.

10. The Guardians of the Free Republics have nothing to do with 
Terry Nichols or Timothy McVeigh. This claim is either stupidity or an attempt to plant seeds in the mind of the public that the Guardians of the Free Republics are illegitimate.

11. The Guardians of the Free Republics do not 
reject all forms of government. They reject unlawful forms of government that do not line up with our constitution.

12. The Guardians of the Free Republics 
do believe in paying lawful taxes (income taxes) and also believe in obeying laws.

13. The Guardians of the Free Republics are not a 
Sovereign Citizen Group, as there is no such thing as a "sovereign citizen". Those words are opposites. "Sovereign people" is the accepted phrase. A sovereign's master is God while a citizen's master is government.

14. The Guardians of the Free Republics are not 
right wing nuts anymore than George Washington was a right wing nut.

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WOW!!  --  BUT LOOK HOW THEY MANIPULATE THE PUBLIC WITH POLLS BASED ON FALSE ASSUMPTIONS
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Statistical Slight of Hand Against Guardians of the Free Republics

In an article titled "Poll finds fear of domestic terrorism", we see some mention of the Guardians of the Free Republics. The article says: The poll also found 51 percent consider the anti-government groups Hutaree and Guardians of the Free Republics to be "terrorists" and 8 percent think of them as "freedom fighters."

Now how could exactly 51% consider both groups in one way and exactly 8% consider it another way? Either by bizarre coincidence, or the poll lumped both groups into a single question.

If it was by lumping them into one question then the polling company was already implying a connection between the two groups, when there is no connection. In that article, we are only told the interpretation of the data. We are not told what the question was.

So 51% consider Hutaree and Guardians of the Free Republics to be "terrorists", according to this poll, and yet, if we look at the source of these stats at 
Vision Critical, it says:

[...] 43% are aware of the letters sent by the Guardians of the free Republics.

43% were aware of the letters sent and 51% consider them "terrorists"? Since this is the Guardians' first time in the news, we can assume that not knowing about the letters equates to never having heard of them. So how can more people judge them as terrorists than have even heard of them? How scientific is this study?

The headline should read 
"People Who Never Heard of Guardians of the Free Republics Call Them Terrorists".

It goes on to say:

Hutaree members have been arrested in Michigan for allegedly plotting to kill law enforcement officers and the Guardian group recently sent letters to state governors across the country demanding they resign within three days or be removed.

There is no connection (in reality) from the Hutaree group and the Guardians of the Free Republics. The Hutaree group has not been convicted of anything (notice the word 'allegedly'). And yet they are all put in the same sentence with "plotting to kill".

This is called an 
association fallacy. They are implying that one group, who may have plotted to kill government officials is equal to another group who wants to return government to its lawful form. The only connection is that both groups have an interest in changing the government. They also all require oxygen. They all probably wear shoes, too.

I chalk this one up to just another media trick. They force your mind into the size box that they desire by clever wording and manipulated data. Always remember, there are three kinds of lies, 
lies, damned lies, and statistics.

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ABOVE ARTICLE REFERENCES THIS POLL:

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Poll finds fear of domestic terrorism
NEW YORK, April 12 (UPI) -- A strong majority of Americans thinks American-on-American terrorism is likely in the next year, poll results released Monday indicate.
The Angus Reid Public Opinion poll found 58 percent of the 1,005 people it surveyed April 6-7 think a terrorist attack on U.S. soil, carried out by Americans, is "very likely" or "moderately likely" to happen in the next year.
Even more Americans, 69 percent, think it is very likely foreigners will attack in the United States within 12 months, the poll indicates.
The poll also found 51 percent consider the anti-government groups Hutaree and Guardians of the Free Republics to be "terrorists" and 8 percent think of them as "freedom fighters." Hutaree members have been arrested in Michigan for allegedly plotting to kill law enforcement officers and the Guardian group recently sent letters to state governors across the country demanding they resign within three days or be removed.
The survey's margin of error is 3.1 percentage points.
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LOOK SEE - THEY ARE CALLING US "CIVIL UNREST" 
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Americans Clearly Troubled by Recent Anti-Government Activity
Most respondents think the Hutaree plot is real and serious, and more than a third believe the Guardians of the free Republics are a security threat.

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