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 The Census and Civil Disobedience;

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PostSubject: The Census and Civil Disobedience;   Tue Apr 07, 2009 10:38 pm

Census workers are out and about already. They are "verifying addresses".

Both parties and most of our so called leaders recently facilitated the greatest transfer of wealth in American history...........from taxpayers, our children and grandchildren as yet unborn to high rolling banksters who gambled and lost. This has been accurately described by F. William Engdahl as a "banker's coup". This isn't the worst of it, judging from the noises emanating from "the messiah", there will be more and greater transfers of wealth to more banksters and other cronies in a position to cadge their cut of the loot. Will you be a collaborator?

It would likely be illegal for me to advise anyone not to participate in the I won't do that. But let us indulge in a flight of fancy and speculation..........what would happen if everyone threw their census forms away and then contrived to avoid talking to the census takers? Would such an act which may be described as civil disobedience or passive resistance, carried out en mass, make an impression among our self-styled lords and masters in Washington who have,up till now, taken our supine and submissive acceptance of anything they may inflict upon us for granted?
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PostSubject: Re: The Census and Civil Disobedience;   Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:22 am

They will be carry gps systems to mark your door ways, so they will be able to see who comes and goes out of your door.
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