Friday, April 02, 2010

Alaska Governor Sean Parnell One Of 30 Governors Receiving A Resignation Demand From Guardians Of The Free Republics

At least 30 governors of U.S. states have received letters from a group called Guardians of the Free Republics demanding their resignations, according to CBS News. Allegedly, the letters say if they don't leave office within three days they will be removed, although the proposed manner of removal was not specified.

And among those governors receiving such a letter was Alaska Governor Sean Parnell. According to KTUU Channel 2 and the Anchorage Daily News, Parnell's spokeswoman Sharon Leighow confirmed that Parnell had received a letter in his Anchorage office, although she didn't know when the letter was received, or how it was delivered. She also couldn't immediately provide other details, nor did she specify what steps, if any, had been taken to upgrade Governor Parnell's security.

Although investigators do not see threats of violence in the group's message, the FBI is warning police across the country that the broad call for removing top state officials could lead others to act out violently.

The Guardians of the Free Republics did not post a copy of the letters they sent to the governors on their website. The Guardians have a long-term "Restore America Plan", which they tout as a "bold achievable strategy for behind-the-scenes peaceful reconstruction of the de jure institutions of government without controversy, violence or civil war. After consultation with high ranking members of the United States Armed Forces, the Plan is in the process of assembling the Guardians of the Free Republics and reinhabiting the De jure Grand Juries..." They put forth an elaborate list of long-term goals, some of which are desirable, but few of which appear to be achievable through normal legislation or adjudication.

A shorter list of immediate goals is published HERE:

-- Ending foreclosure and bank collection actions immediately (our first and seventh directives)
-- Ending tax prosecutions immediately (second and sixth directives)
-- Ending invasions, prosecutions and detentions for fictitious crimes against the state that lack an injured party other than insurrection, treason and frauds against the United States (third and eighth directives)
-- Ending molestation on the byways (fourth and ninth directives)
-- Production of sovereign identification and passports that do not proclaim subject-class citizenship (fourth and ninth directives)
-- Restoration of the trappings of proper de jure governance (fifth and tenth directives)
-- Restoration of the common law of the Land (third and eighth directives)
reigning in of the admiralty color-of-law venue to the high seas (third and eighth directives)
-- Restoration of the proper de jure judicial institutions such as the district court of the United States and the one supreme Court as constructed and restrained in the Constitution for the United States of America, c. 1787 (Phase 2, thirteenth through fifteenth directives)
-- Re-absorption of the de facto judicial aberrations such as USDC into the de jure institutions (Phase 2, thirteenth through fifteenth directives)
a PERMANENT TERMINATION OF TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT OUTSIDE CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS beginning with voiding of the Downes v. Bidwell monstrosity (Phase 2, eighteenth directive)
-- Arrest and shackling of the District Court of the District of Columbia (Phase 2, sixteenth directive)
-- Recognition of sovereign status in the police databanks of the land (fourth and ninth directives) and a lawful and orderly removal of the corporate state as the ruler of every aspect of your life.

But they avow their intent to accomplish all of that – with our help – BEHIND THE SCENES, lawfully, peacefully, without violence and without risking civil war. Perhaps this is why the FBI does not consider them a threat.

The Christian Science Monitor reports that Texas talk-show host Sam Kennedy is allegedly at the center of the Guardians. John Stadtmiller, who runs the Republic Broadcasting Network based in Round Rock, Texas, which broadcasts Kennedy's weekly "Take No Prisoners" show, says Kennedy is "up to his eyeballs in this Restore America project". The FBI interviewed Kennedy for two hours on Friday March 27th but did not arrest him

Analysis: This group is nothing to fear. They're out of touch not only with what the country needs, but with reality itself. Sending resignation demands to the state governors? What's the logic behind that decision? What have the governors done that's so offensive?

Now if they had sent resignation demands to every member of Congress who voted for Obamacare, that would be sensible, meaningful, and would resonate with much of the American public, particularly the Tea Party contingent. This would dovetail perfectly with the lawsuits against Obamacare filed by a number of states already.

The Guardians of the Free Republics are basically irrelevant.

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