It takes 2% of a population to make effective change in a social system. That means we need 5.8 million Americans in sympathy with the TAX SLAVE FREEDOM MOVEMENT before we can expect real change in America's view on tax policy and for Government control to change toward a more positive outlook. These guys who want to spend $500,000 on a lawsuit to find out if we have the right to a "Redress of Grievance" are spitting into the wind.
The plan is to drive traffic to our web community, which inturn will educate the American population, which inturn will grow the movement, and that is done with media of the most cost effective sort. If I had $500,000, I'd be buying up the cheapest media I could find at this juncture, not blowing it on anything else.
The cheapest longterm media I know of is the mobile billboard. The one we have in Atlanta reaches 16,000 per day, communicates our message and attracts people to the Tax Slave Freedom Movement sites for further education and association with like minded people. The cost for one of these mobile billboards is: $1,200 for the unit, $200 per year in insurance, $300 for signs. That is $500 per year to make 49 million viewings, after the initial purchase of the vehicle. This will inturn drive traffic to the web educational community, and we, in the end, get our 5.8 million people sympathetic to our views.
We must stop spitting into the wind.
U.S.A. Bill of Rights
Jefferson's Seperation of Church and State Letter
Where In The World Is Gene?
Austin American Statesman 4/20/2003
The Giddings News
Brenham Banner Press 6/26/2003
Polk County Enterprise 6/29/2003
Town Talk 07/19/03
The Daily Leader 7/21/2003
The Meridian Star
Sumter County Record-Journal
Rueter's News Service 8/22/03
The New York Times 8/22/03 Front Page
The New York Times
Associated Press 8/22/03
The Birmingham Post-Herald
The Montgomery Advertiser 8/22/03
People Magazine 8/23/03
Socialist Web Site
New York Times
The New York Times 9/08/03
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Austin Public Access
Houston Public Access
(CBS)/WJTV Jackson, MS
BBC World Service
(ABC)/WTOK.com Meridian, MS 7/31/03
WAKA CBS Montgomery, AL 8/13/2003
(NBC)Huntsville, AL 8/20/03
(NBC) Mobile, AL 8/20/03
(NBC) Birmingham, AL 8/21/03
(ABC) Columbus, GA 8/21/03
KTSA.com San Antonio
WBIG.com Chicago 5/14/03
WBIG.com Chicago 5/15/03
KJAE.com Livingston, LA
Alex Jones Live/Syndicated Ausitn
WRRS.com Birmingham 8/7/03
WAPI.com Birmingham 8/13/03
Dr. Greg Dixon 8/20/03
American Family Radio Network
Kelly Live, Moble, AL 8/21/03
John Airheart/ Gene Chapman Documentary
World Socialist Web Site 8/26/2003
World Magazine 8/30/2003
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Prayerful Needs/ Wants:
1. Travelling Mercies
2. Strength for the Journey
3. Clarity of Message
4. Open Hearts to God's Path
5. Driver for RV
6. $100 Per Day for TAX MARCH Costs
7. $1,400 Video Camera for Gene Chapman TV
8. $500 Per Month for Projected Cost of Cell Phone/ Radio Interviews, etc.
9. $9,000 for trip to Ghana, Africa in November to fast 41 days against the slave trade and on to India in December, 2004 to study Nonviolent Noncooperation with Arun Gandhi and visit The Sisters of Mercy in Calcutta
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"Remember, a fist against a fist breaks bones, but an open hand catches a fist." -- Gene Chapman
"I wouldn't vote for any politician who didn't lay out a daily financial report of how they spent money that was not their personal property. The blog is the revolution in accountability that has long been missing from our world's governments." -- Gene Chapman.
Aug. 10, 2003 letter to Gene Chapman: "If I wasn't being held hostage, I'd be walking with you!" -- Dick Simkanin
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