Posted: June 19th, 2009 by Militant Libertarian
Concerned citizens are planning a “Continental Congress” for Nov. 924, 2009 that calls for getting to the bottom of why government is so unresponsive to the general public. The venue will soon be named.
According to election-honesty advocate Vickie Karp, nominations are now being sought for delegates to the convention, which is being spearheaded by the We the People Foundation. The selection of delegates to the convention is slated for Sept. 12. Moreover, a “Taxpayer March on Washington” by a coalition of groups is also slated for Sept. 12, according to a ResistNet.com posting.
The Continental Congress planning session took place in late May. It involved 25 activists who took a train ride along the same general route as the infamous 1910 train ride to Brunswick, Ga., that financial and political heavyweights took when they hid out at the Jekyll Island resort to lay the groundwork for the ruinous Federal Reserve System. The modern day passengers included Ms. Karp, Republic Broadcasting Network Director John Stadtmiller and noted “Fed” author G. Edward Griffin.
“Later this year delegates representing the people of the 50 states will convene as a national assembly to publicly debate our government’s abuses of the Constitution and to consider practical strategies which can bring about compliance with our freedom documents, not only in our government at all levels, but in our individual lives. The Continental Congress 2009 will be an undertaking of historical importance as we follow the example of our Founding Fathers, to . . . discuss the state of our nation to restore the light of liberty,” states a posting at WeThePeopleFoundation.org, where a video describes the project.
(For more information also go to GiveMeLiberty.org, call (518) 6563578,
or write to: We The People Foundation For Constitutional Education,
Inc. 2458 Ridge Road Queensbury, NY 12804. Email: email@example.com)
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