4409 -- NAZI Checkpoint Confronted - 4Submitted by knarfxii on Sat, 06/13/2009 - 10:04
We did our job...please help spread the video!
Help erect a giant billboard to inform the American people before they enter the illegal checkpoint. click here -- http://www.donate2camerafraud.com/
If you like checkpoints you ae a liberal who wants government protection.
THIS IS AMERICA, WE DO NOT HAVE CHECKPOINTS HERE.
If they did their job at the border you would not need checkpoints.
They had checkpoints in NAZI Germany and they got worse and worse. Just like the fraud Photo radar these things will be everywhere if you do not take a stand.
On memorial day I and the rest of The Phoenix Revolution took a road trip to honor the people that have supposebly died so we would NOT have to go throught checkpoints.
For PART 2 click here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtEW_O...
We confront the checkpoint nazi's who beat and tazed Pastor Steve Anderson.
They claimed that SS officers in Nazi Germany were just doing there job as well when they gased and murdered innocent people.
If their job is to violate your God given and Constitutional rights then that is a job they should NOT be doing....Furthermore they cannot plead ignorance. These gestapo are grown adults not children.
Here is the video of our friend and hero Pastor Steve Anderson who was beat and tazed by DPS and Border Patrol for standing up against treasonous NAZI checkpoints.
Do something and pass this video along to others..This is part 1 of 4.
NEWSFLASH the border is 60 miles south and we were on a highway that runs east-west?
Why don't they do their job at the actual border instead of unconstitutionaly harrasing, assaulting and tazing thousands of Americans on a daily basis.
Special thanks to Renaa, Chuck G, and High Tower (FireZues).
Thank you to all my viewers and donations without it this is not possible!
One who breaks an unjust law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for law.
Martin Luther King, Jr.