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We The People Chairman in Newton MA TONIGHT
29 Aug 2002
If a person cannot use the basic right to petition government for a redress of grievances, s/he has NO RIGHTS, because government will do whatever it wants to further its agenda. We the People educates people about the petition of redress, and the steps that one can take. We the People, the citizens, will be ignored no longer.
We the People Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz is speaking in New England Wednesday and Thursday, spreading word about this organization.

Wednesday August 28th, Derry, NH VFW, 18 Railroad Ave, Exit 4 off I-93, off East 102
Thursday Holiday Inn Newton, MA, 399 Grove St.,Exit 22 off I-95, Visible from Riverside T Station

We The People of this country have paid the price. We have lost our rights. We have lost our property. We have been enslaved to a system of money predicated upon debt. We have lost the right to defend our families or ourselves. We have lost the right to due process. We have lost the right to keep the fruits of our labor – our property. Our states have effectively devolved into mere "departments" of a federal bureaucracy. Our communities are endlessly plagued with social decay and disorder.

Our families falter under staggering tax bills and debt loads. Our nation is going to war without a vote – a declaration of war -- by our representatives. They pass a "Patriot" act that strips our rights even further.

With the government’s permission bankers, insurers and government agencies monitor us without limit, and without a warrant based on probable cause. They track every nickel we spend, every asset we possess, every phone call we make and every internet site we view. We have a federal ID number that is required to buy, sell or travel upon a public road. Even our churches are "prohibited" from engaging in public dialogues on these serious "political" matters without risking their tax-exempt "license" from the IRS.

And now, despite the plain language of the very 1st Amendment to the Constitution – our government has defiantly denied us our right to petition our servant government.

This single act ought to send shivers through every citizen of this nation. This single Amendment clause is what explicitly insures that government always remains subservient and responsive to the sovereign People.

The final, public proof of despotism has now been laid bare for all to see.

Our nation is in grave danger – but it is not foreign "terrorists" we should fear.

History records that there are very few moments where one’s duty cannot be made clearer.
We are now at such a moment.


As the Declaration clearly states, it is We The People that possess the ultimate power as Creation’s children to alter the form of our servant government at our sole discretion. It is time to proclaim, reclaim and exercise this divine right.

Every rights group, every person that has ever complained about the "system" or the "injustices" or the lawyers or the bankers needs to "put-up" or "shut-up." This is not about "left" or "right." It is not about parties or elections or liberal or conservative. It is not about a particular right. This is not about waiting until my organization or party passes the "right law" or gets the "right person" elected.

This is a profound moment when we must ask whether we are still a nation founded and operated under the rule of law and divine right or we are nation of political expediency and corporate favor.

This is about whether we side with the views of law professors from Harvard that proclaim that we "We have NO unalienable rights" that the Constitution is "merely a piece of paper" and that "Government should not be restrained because it can do good things for people."

Topics of the meeting include: 1st amendment petition for redress attempts, a review of the Truth-in-Taxation hearing held February 2001, government boundaries of authority, and Freedom Drive 2002 -- a caravan converging on Washington DC on Veteran's Day.

Thursday Holiday Inn Newton, MA, 399 Grove St.,Exit 22 off I-95, Visible from Riverside T Station

For more info on the local meetings contact wtpnewengland (at)
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