Together, With Force
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Together, With Force
Let's Challenge Those Who Dare Tax Our Labor
Let's Be Vigilant In This and Other Matters of Liberty!
"Men by their constitutions are naturally divided into two parties: (1)
Those who fear and distrust the people and wish to draw all powers from them
into the hands of the higher classes, (2) Those who identify themselves with
the people, have confidence in them, cherish and consider them as the most
honest and safe, although not the most wise depository of the public
interests. In every country these two parties exist; and in every one where
they are free to think, speak and write they will declare themselves."
In Jefferson's quotation above, the word "constitution" refers not to the
set of fundamental laws and principles that normally govern the operation of
a government, but rather to man's composition or make-up, for instance his
mental disposition -- his "nature."
What Jefferson was saying, in effect, was that it is in the natural order
of organized societies for people to be inclined to either relinquish power
into the hands of the "higher classes" of that society or to have power
reside in the hands of the common citizenry, even though the people may not
always be the most prudent nor most effective managers of that power.
We know how Jefferson and the other framers of the state and federal
Constitutions declared themselves on this issue of power.
Jefferson declared himself most succinctly when he wrote, "I know of no
safe depository of the ultimate powers of a society but the people
themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their
control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it away from
them, but to inform their discretion by education."
The state and federal Constitutions stand as irrefutable evidence of how
the framers declared their intentions. Our constitutions unquestionably
bound the ultimate power in our society into the hands of the People. Its
source was the Creator and each man experienced and shared equally from its
Our constitutions are a set of essential principles that guarantee
individual rights and restrict the government, by a set of legal "chains"
that bind the government, and thereby restrict its power. These "pieces of
paper" are man's attempt to codify and express these extremely powerful
precepts defining the relationships between authority, governance and man.
Unfortunately, the mere presence of unambiguous and restrictive language
within our Constitutions does not change the mental disposition of those
individuals in our society from the "higher classes" who, by their very
nature, continually desire and scheme to seize all power from the People for
the agenda and objectives of the "higher classes."
There have been, and will continue to be, people like Professor Alan
Dershowitz (Harvard Law School) who do not identify with the People; who do
not respect the Peoples' Constitutions. Their impetus and avocation is to
draw power from the People for dubious experiments in social engineering,
wealth redistribution and "advanced" theories of governance.
They freely ignore the letter, design and spirit of the Constitution. They
freely and cynically seek to circumvent its provisions. They loudly proclaim
that the world at large and the nature of men and government has changed so
radically over 200 years that the "higher classes" can now solve every
social and national problem without regard for the Peoples' unalienable
rights or ancient pieces of paper they say have little meaning in our
Worst of all, they dupe the unwitting populace into approving
constitutional amendments that have the effect of shifting power away from
the people and into the hands of those in "higher classes."
Such has been the case, for instance, with the exercise of authority over
the individual's labor.
We are alarmed over the extent to which government power (limited at first)
is now being abused. We are alarmed at the high level of arrogance being
displayed by people elected or appointed as public servants.
From sea-to-shining-sea we must sound the alarm and fight against the
encroaching tyranny and despotism that has pushed the People unwillingly and
unwittingly into servitude, public debt, dependence on government, social
malady, and moral and spiritual decay.
Recall the wisdom of Thomas Jefferson. Some people, by their very nature,
prefer to see the ultimate power in the "higher classes." Everyone else
prefers to see the power repose in the people in meaningful ways.
Our Government has clearly grown beyond the control of the People. It has
been unchallenged by the ordinary, non-aligned citizens in any meaningful
way -- until now.
For the good of our present society, and in the interest of our posterity,
it is dead certain that the time has come for every one of "We The People"
to personally and publicly declare themselves.
Which group are you in? Are you a reformer or a loyalist?
We must begin to build a record of those who declare themselves to want the
ultimate power in America to remain in the hands of the people and those who
do not -- a record that will ring in history the same bell that heralded our
country's Declaration of Independence.
The We The People Congress is taking action. We are initiating a campaign.
We are calling upon all people who are free to think, speak and write for
themselves, to declare themselves.
We will move people everywhere to declare themselves. Our numbers will grow
as the light of these truths shines farther.
Who do you favor having the ultimate power of governance -- those in high
places, or the people themselves?
What we the people do about run-away government and the steady erosion of
our rights, liberties and freedoms begins with you.
Remember, an act of tyranny anywhere is a threat to freedom everywhere.
We urge you to declare yourself by joining the We The People Congress.
There is no gray area here. The issue is black or white.
You either believe as Prof. Dershowitz does that, "We have no unalienable
rights, all rights are subject to modification, the Constitution is merely a
piece of paper and government should not be limited by the Constitution
because it can do good things for people," OR you believe that our
government is a government of, by and for the people and that we do, in
fact, have unalienable rights that are guaranteed by the state and federal
constitutions and that government is limited those constitutions.
Have you been endowed by nature with good health and strength to attend a
few meetings in your geographic area, read and distribute civic information
and write letters to the editor?
Have you been endowed by good fortune enough to own a computer and to spend
some of your time on activities other than those directly associated with
earning a living and educating and raising your children?
Have you been endowed with the intelligence to understand, the perception
to see and the spirit to act for the benefit of a larger good?
Do you know the truth in your heart? Will you take personal responsibility,
act decisively, seek out support across our land, and move to restore our
nation, our freedoms and our Constitutionally limited form of government?
If your answer is "yes" to these questions then you can help the people of
America win what promises to be one of the most significant struggles for
liberty and freedom our country has ever seen:
Having declared, it is now time to serve.
We hereby call on every American that believes in this sacred cause to
volunteer to serve in the We The People Congress.
There is much to be done. Organization is the key. Organization is power.
By acting in unison on common strategies and communicating across a vast
network of grassroots volunteers we will rapidly bring our issues and our
mandate to the forefront of the American consciousness.
We need to establish "Citizen Vigilance Centers" state-by-state,
county-by-county and town-by-town, with reform minded patriots networked by
computers, coordinating activities nationwide. This takes organization.
We need a "Freedom Revival." We need to make the constitution the religion
of the land once again. We need to fill arenas around the country with
people who desire to be inspired by the history, meaning, effect and
significance of every provision of our founding documents. This takes
We need to develop plans, strategies and tactics to counter the forces that
are allied to erode our God-given, divine rights, freedoms and liberties,
The right to privacy
The right to property
The right to a public trial
The right to a speedy trial
The right to a trial by a jury
The right to due process of law
The right to a fully informed jury
The right to keep and bear arms
The right to freedom from vote fraud
The right to freedom from taxes on wages
The right to a republican form of government
The right to a politically independent judiciary
The right to freedom from involuntary servitude
The right to confront the witnesses against you
The right to freedom from searches without probable cause
The right to a monetary system backed by a precious metal
The right to freedom from government acts not enumerated
The right to petition the government for a redress of grievances
The right to freedom from laws that favor public over private education
The right to freedom from being forced to be a witness against yourself
The right to freedom from searches and seizures without proper warrants
The right to freedom from the "same hands" controlling all three branches
The right to freedom from having property taken without just compensation
The right to freedom from federal laws in areas outside of federal
The right to freedom from the imposition of direct taxes not tied to the
The right to representation loyal to the constitution rather than to a
The right to freedom from having an appeals court re-examine facts tried by
The right to freedom from the use of the armed forces without a declaration
The right to freedom from constitutional amendments not ratified by ¾ of the
The right to freedom from the usurpation of the powers of the Congress by
All this takes organization.
When the organization is in place and the plans are ready we will act on
them, en bloc and in force.
Ours must be a pro-active, non-violent mass movement.
Let's Get Organized. Let's Act. The Hour Is Late.
First, learn about and join the We The People Congress and encourage others
to do the same.
Contact the sender of this message to read about the We The People Congress
(and how it relates to the We The People Foundation).
Contact the sender of this message for instructions on joining the We The
Then, volunteer to serve the WTP Congress as a local or state leader. Our
country has 50 states and 3141 counties.
We The People Congress needs citizens who are willing and able to help the
W T P Congress get up and running -- one for each county and one for each
The plan is to fill all "positions," as quickly as possible, on a pro tem
basis, more or less on a first come, first serve basis. Soon, all the
members of WTP Congress in each state will get to choose their local and
Soon, preliminary activities and tactics will be announced to the network of
volunteers to activate and initiate. These will require very few resources
except your time and your personal commitment to this cause.
The WTP Congress's Vision: Institutionalized Vigilance. The vision
includes "Citizen Vigilance Centers" in every county (eventually, in every
town and city).
The role of the Vigilance Centers will be to: Educate the people in every
community about the essential principles of our system of governance and
individual rights, Encourage other citizens to declare and join the WTP
Congress, Monitor the behavior of local, state and federal governments and
confront (intelligently, rationally and professionally) instances of
unconstitutional or illegal behavior by those in government, and Mobilize
citizens and members when the need arises for collective action on a
national, state or local issue.
We have all driven through our state capital cities and seen the capitol
buildings with their distinctive architecture and the dome on the top. When
we see those buildings we instinctively know that is the seat of state
government; that is where the state government is "taking care of the
In the long term, our vision includes the construction in each state's
capital city, of a Citizens' Vigilance Center with distinctive architecture,
like that of Jefferson's Monticello, such that when the people see it they
will instinctively know that this is where the People stand eternal watch
over their government.
Unlike the state capitols, liberty will be the passion of the people
working in the Citizens' Vigilance Centers.
Unlike the state capitols, the citizens working in the Citizens' Vigilance
Centers will habitually avoid political questions, focusing, instead, on
issues of governance -- comparing the behavior of the government with the
requirements of the state and federal constitutions, and professionally
confronting all instances of unconstitutional and illegal governmental
Unlike the state capitols, the citizens working in the Citizens' Vigilance
Centers will serve higher callings -- not "higher classes."
Issues of governance shall be their focus. The Constitution of our land
will be defended and instances of unconstitutional and illegal governmental
behavior will be confronted directly. The People will restore their rights
never to lose them again. The People will flourish materially, socially and
spiritually as held in the visions of our Founding Fathers.
The eye of vigilance shall never be closed.
Our sleep is now ended.
It is time to unite.
It is time to organize.
It is time to act.
For additional information concerning the We The People Congress you may
contact me and I will provide the forwarding address's, etc., for this
movement. This document is provided only for your information and further
exploration if desired. By this action I remain neutral in all aspects
until I find out more about it. Respectfully, Chester L McWhorter Sr.
Mission Statement.. http://www.givemeliberty.org/aboutus.htm
The mission of the We The People organization is:
1. To protect, preserve and enhance the unalienable rights, liberties and
freedoms of the people.
2. To teach people that under our system of governance all power comes
from the people and all government is limited by our written constitutions.
3. To help people become better informed about the history and meaning of
every provision of the Declaration of Independence and their State and
4. To help people become better informed about what is really going on in
5. To help people become better informed about how to confront
unconstitutional and illegal behavior by those wielding power in government
at all levels.
6. To institutionalize vigilance by the ordinary, nonaligned
The We The People organization
The organization includes two separate corporations which are connected by
a mutuality of purpose: 1) the We The People Foundation for Constitutional
Education, which is an educational corporation that cannot engage in
political activity and is supported by tax-deductable donations; and 2), the
We The People Congress, which is a membership corporation which can engage
in political activity and is supported by membership dues.
What we see, more and more, is that the way the government is operating is
in sharp contrast to the way it was designed to work. The situation
continues to deteriorate. The country appears to be rushing headlong into
debt, dependency and decay. Notably, the judiciary is not the independent,
co-equal branch of the government that it was designed to be. Instead, the
record shows that when it comes to challenges to governmental behavior, by
ordinary, nonaligned citizens, the judiciary is likely to cooperate with the
executive and/or legislature in a collective decision, even if that decision
denies to the citizens their unalienable rights. To make matters worse, the
departure from an essential, fundamental principle in the one instance
becomes a precedent for a second, that second for a third and so forth,
until, as Jefferson warned, "the bulk of society is reduced to be mere
automations of misery.."
We have also learned is that when it comes to confronting uncivil and
unjust government (as when government steps outside the boundaries drawn
around its power by the written constitutions), education of citizens, by
citizens, will often be for naught unless that education is coupled with
demands on the government by a critical mass of concerned citizens. As
Frederick Douglas said in 1849, "Power concedes nothing without a demand. It
never did, and it never will. Find out just what the people will submit to
and you have found out the exact amount of injustice and wrong which will be
imposed upon them; and these will continue until they have resisted with
either words, or blows, or by both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by
the endurance of those whom they suppress."
The extra-governmental processes available to the general citizenry to help
governments at all levels return to a genuine allegiance to the federal and
state constitutions and to govern in conformity with their requirements are,
basically, popular education and political activism. Under our
circumstances, one without the other is of no avail.
The need for popular education has at least two causes: first, the failure
of the public schools to teach the history, meaning, effect and significance
of every provision of the founding documents -- the essential principles;
and, second, the need for the citizenry to always be vigilant and conscious
about their right to intelligently, professionally and rationally confront
unconstitutional and illegal behavior by those wielding governmental power.
The need for political activism becomes apparent as we realize that
constitutional governance is simply not possible through existing political
and governmental processes due in large part to the control and influence
the major political parties have over the selection and behavior of our
legislators, governors and judges and the influence various special
interests and monied institutions have over our political and governmental
leaders, creating a virtual impossibility of reform.
A citizen-oriented pro-constitution movement in New York State settled upon
two organizations, one (a Foundation) to fulfill the need for popular
education and the other (a Congress) to fulfill the need for political
activism. Both were incorporated on November 24, 1997. Their Certificates of
Incorporation were amended on December 15, 2001 in recognition of the fact
that as of 1999, their activities were no longer confined to New York State.
We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education
The We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education has been
established to fulfill the need for popular education including more
information, awareness, and knowledge about the Declaration of Independence
and every provision of the federal and state constitutions, about the
sovereignty of the people whose will the constitutions are designed to
express, and about the government they are meant to control through their
constitutions. Its educational program works to inform the public, increase
awareness, and encourage appropriate government reform through
The Foundation is designed to carry out the broad scale educational program
required to counteract the public ignorance and apathy we see as hampering
the development of citizen vigilance and the acceptance of popular
sovereignty essential to the proper governance of our constitutional
democratic republics. The Foundation is an organization devoted to the
a-political, public interest, teaching of civility "content" and the
expression of the Jeffersonian ideal of a way of life rooted in
constitutionality and civic action.
Conceptually, the Foundation exercises philosophical leadership in the
total program. Eventually, combining a highly professional public education
program with the penetrating analytical and legal activity and advocacy of a
public- interest law firm, the Foundation is a source of vital information
and education, supportive funding and professional legal undertakings on
behalf of situations and individuals suffering from non-constitutional
governance, all aimed at "the re-invigoration of constitutional constraints
Donate to the Foundation
We The People Congress
The We The People Congress has been established for the purpose of
developing in the public forum, from the ordinary, non-aligned citizenry, a
constituency committed to what Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.
referred to as a "militant, non-violent, mass-movement" with the goal of
achieving substantial reforms in the structure and process of government,
through political activism.
The Congress is designed as an advocacy organization, to carry the message
vocally and politically to the people and to the various legislative and
administrative organizations of government, seeking to influence attitudes
of the body politic and legislative actions. This is an organization
separate from the Foundation, institutionally, but connected by a mutuality
The Congress will, by rational, intelligent and professional means make it
difficult for those currently wielding political and governmental power to
continue in power with a "business as usual" approach and lead the people
toward significant improvements in our system of governance. We recognize
that the acknowledgment of popular sovereignty as a social and political
force is a fundamental need. The Congress is committed to achieving its
purposes by all possible means short of violence.
The Foundation and the Congress recognize that the requirements for changes
in governmental structure and process will include, but not necessarily be
limited to: the clarification of the federal power to tax; the teaching in
our schools of the history, meaning, effect and significance of every
provision of our founding documents; increased accountability, ethics and
efficiency; the clarification and strengthening of public-debt-limiting
restrictions; the clarification and strengthening of the prohibitions
regarding the gifting of public funds for private purposes; legislative
reform including the strengthening of representative democracy and
participatory democracy; a reduction in and control over the cost and
secrecy of the legislatures; easier access to the ballot for independents
and party insurgents; weakening of the power of political parties and of
government in general; weakening of the desire of special interests to
influence legislative bodies; non-partisan elections; a judiciary that is
more independent and accountable; and, laws which do not favor public
education over private education.
Join the Congress
Certificates of Incorporation and By-Laws
Certificate of Incorporation for the Foundation, as amended Dec. 15, 2001.\
By-Laws of the Foundation, as amended Dec. 15, 2001.
Certificate of Incorporation for the Congress, as amended Dec. 15, 2001.
By-Laws of the Congress, as amended Dec. 15, 2001.
Join We The People Congress
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"Yes, I want to volunteer to serve the We The People Congress!"
Do you want to serve as a: County Leader or State Leader
We have a Constitution and our Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments) that
makes us free. Right? Then visit:
Then take a look at these sites: http://www.dixierising.com
NOTE # 1: This is the THIRTY SEVENTH doc in a string of about 39 regarding
the Income Tax, How it was illegally forced upon us, the collusion of
various nation banks, including The Bank of England, the Banks of Europe,
the Banks of the USA that make up the Non-Government organization known as
the Fed and the bankers themselves dedicated to making this a Socialist
Nation. As David Rockefeller reportedly said in 1973 when he and others
formed the Trilateral Commission, "We will have this a Socialist Nation by
the end of the year 2000." Well, with the help of our past Communist
President, he damned well nearly did it. If Comrade Gore had been elected,
it would be now! The last doc in this series is a plan that was presented to
President Bush when he visited Florida recently. It was put directly into
his hands. He has not acted upon it. We The People must initiate a campaign
of letters, faxes, e-mails, and phone calls to him and others in our
otherwise corrupt government letting them know of our displeasure. For God
and Country, Chet.
NOTE # 2: [ Should you wish to be removed from my mailing list, please
send a message with the word remove in the subject line. If you got this
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for a copy of it and I will be very happy to provide it. Chet.
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Remember: Nothing beats a letter AND a phone call.
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Quote: We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we [ the CFR ]
need is the right major crisis and the nation[s] will accept the New World
Order. End Quote. David Rockefeller: Founder and Honorary Chairman,
Council of the Americas; Chairman, Americas Society; Founder, Forum of the
Americas; Chairman, Emeritus, Council on Foreign Relations [CFR]; Founder
and Honorary Chairman, Trilateral Commission [TC]; Chairman, The
Bilderbergs. [ How does the 11 Sept 2001 attack upon our country figure
into this? CLMsr ]
"Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the
citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged
sword. It both emboldens the blood, just it narrows the mind. And when the
drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and
the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of
the citizenry. Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by
partiotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so.
How do I know? For this is what I have done. And I am Caesar."--Julius
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