Keeping the Revolution Alive

On my website I have devoted a section to this cause. Right now it just has a few suggestions but I am open to more. I will also post resources that people send me. One idea I was sent today is the dissemination of this new book by Ron Paul. It isn't asking for money, just that you buy the book and then perhaps tell others or lend it to others! I plan to buy a few and hand them out to influential locals.

Ron Paul Book Bomb

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Zeitgeist The Movie: Federal

Zeitgeist The Movie: Federal Reserve is a MUST. It is offered in five parts on You Tube. I understand that the full length movie has some objectionable materal purporting to deny the historiisity of Chirst, but the part about the federal reserve offered in five parts on YouTube is the Best of the Best. A Must for any website trying to inform the public.



No this movie attacks religion so it does not stick to the issues. I would never use it. I'm not going to suggest the comment be deleted because I want to be sure people know this is not an acceptable teaching tool

I was just called by a town in NH that is going to fight the UN Curriculum in their high school. It is called "International Baccalaureate" and it teaches that sovereignty and the constitutional government are wrong and that you get your rights from the UN government. The UN is currently writing a WORLD constitution and now they are going to get the kids in school before they are old enough to vote. This is where it starts, people!

This is something you need to fight at the local level! I was a teacher for 35 years and it's been going on for at least 30 years...and it MUST BE STOPPED.

Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers


Let people watch this movie and decide for themselves.
God and religion are two different things my friend
Jesus did not walk around with a bible, he led by example
Not the word, but the way.

The Seeds of Truth we Plant today will grow to be the Tree of Freedom tommorow.


Please let me humbly correct your statement:-

"Jesus did not walk around with a bible..."
He quoted so many "bible" scriptures and even taught out of the book of Isaiah in a synagogue. He even rebuked the devil with scripture. Many times when he quoted the bible He would say.. "It is written" or "You have heard that it was said..." and then He would quote from the bible. This happened many times.

Here are a few:-Matt 4:4, Matt 5:21, Matt 5:27,Matt 5:43,

The most important for you to know I think is :-
Man does not live by bread alone but by every word (inspired scriptures/bible) that proceeds out of the mouth of God"
Matt 4:4


I agree with you. The film

I agree with you. The film includes a lot of truth tossed in with garbage, hatred of religion. In actuality, faith in God is where our victory lies.

"All men in power should be distrusted.." -James Madison

"All men in power should be distrusted.." -James Madison

facts attacks faith in religion, not faith in God

First, I agree that "the UN is currently writing a WORLD constitution" and this needs to be stopped. Second, you said this film "does not stick to the issues" and again I agree, it does not stick to the issues that concern you (like stopping the NWO). Okay, having said that, let me add it does address issues that are of great concern to me. While I don't expect you to share my view, I would like to put it out on the table anyway =)

Does this movie attack religion? Yes, I think it is fair to say it does. But two things should be pointed out 1) the film does not attack faith in God, and 2) the so-called "attack" on religion is merely a statement of a few well known (or not so well known) historical facts. I think it is important to make a distinction between faith in Christ and faith in Christian dogma. One is a transforming faith that is raw and vital and based on personal experience, the other is static, dogmatic, and based on recycled myths.

There are 500 plus Christian sects out there that claim an exclusive "truth" and yet their dogma and theology differ greatly. In my view, faith should not fear the facts which an academic study of religion may reveal. For example, it is a well known fact that many "gods" of the ancient world were said to have been "born of a virgin" and on the 25th of December no less. QUESTION: Can stating this fact rightfully be called an attack on religion?

Perhaps, but again I suggest we (myself included) drop our defense of religion and find true faith in God. I realize this is difficult for people schooled in religion, but the world doesn't need "faith" in dogmas or theologies--that, in large part, is the root cause of the problems we face. On the contrary, what the world needs is courageous truth tellers (like Ron Paul) who will expose the lies and reveal the truth.

Ron Paul sticks to political issues, and if you suggested we do the same--then I will accept that suggestion and say no more. But if you wish to dispute the facts of the case against religion, I suggest that you do a little research and you may be surprised that much what is taught by religion is myth. Having done this academic study myself I can tell you the path of skepticism can lead to mysticism, and for what it's worth it has made my faith stronger and my witness more effective.

(returning to lurk mode)


For me

Christianity lives or dies with the Ressurected Messiah (yes, pun intended ;)
To quote a former sceptic who met Jesus after his ressurection: " If it is only for this life we have put our hope in the Messiah, we are more pitiable than any one. But the fact is Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) has been raised from the dead, the First fruits of those who have died." Sha'ul of Tarsus (who later was called Paul)

Libera me, let the truth break, what my fears make--Leslie Phillips

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15


Now that wast the most rational thing i've read all day!

The Seeds of Truth we Plant today will grow to be the Tree of Freedom tommorow.

The Seeds of Truth we Plant today will grow to be the Tree of Freedom tommorow.

No dispute about content

There is no dispute here as to what the film states. The problem I have with it is, I wonder why you think it's important to bash religion when so many of Ron's supporters are religious? How does this help us?

I think you need to read this article:

Basically, the fact that some libertarians think:

The more you emphasize alternative lifestyles the more libertarian you are.
The more you support pornography the more libertarian you are.
The more drugs you take the more libertarian you are.
The more religion you reject the more libertarian you are.

Jane Aitken, 35-Year Veteran Teacher
Ron Paul 2008 Consultant
GOP Woman of the Year 2009
Founder NH Tea Party Coalition (NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY FAKE 2009 GROUP)
Founder USPEINetwork @ Yahoo (Nat'l Edu Activism Group)
Board Coalition of NH Taxpayers

For me, calling attention to

For me, calling attention to the BS of religion has nothing to do with being "more libertarian," it has to do with being honest with myself. Indeed, I've never even heard of these religion-rejecting libertarians you speak of. I've only ever come across the Bible-thumping variety, which has made me feel pretty much like an outcast among them, and made me seriously question their libertarianism, as religious dogma is decidedly authoritarian. They don't call religious-dissenters "freethinkers" for nothing....

You're right that it serves no purpose to bash people for what they believe, but it can be harmful for nonreligious libertarians (I'll trust you that I'm not the only one) to see messages like e.g. "Let us all praise Christ for Paul" on sites like this. I just wish we could drop the subject entirely, but as long as people are going to be thumping their Bibles here, I am forced to state the nonreligious viewpoint, to show any lurkers that this site is not made up entirely of Constitution Party members and their ilk.

At any rate, what you said about the school curriculum sent shivers up my spine. If there was ever a time for Americans to yank their kids out of the public schools, it is now. I'd even admit that a private religious school would be preferable, as long as they taught strict constructionist constitutional studies. Once we have one world government, we'll have nowhere to run. My preference is to go backwards, by weakening the FedGov considerably.

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