Thursday, May 21, 2009

Rally this Saturday

There will be a rally this Saturday at the exact checkpoint where my husband was brutalized.

Please come join us in defending our constitutional rights to travel freely and without harassment within our country.

Please click here to view more details.

13 comments:

  1. I wish I could make it but it would be a bit of a hike. Plus I'd have to bring the kids and that wouldn't be a good idea. Anyways I'm sure you will have video of it and I will be happy to see the success of this event.

    God be with you all.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very funny...or maybe not!

    Video: http://digg.com/world_news/U_S_Border_Patrol_Fail


    "Customs & Border Protection (CBP) is one of the Department of Homeland Security’s largest and most complex components, with a priority mission of keeping terrorists and their weapons out of the U.S. It also has a responsibility for securing and facilitating trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U.S. regulations, including immigration and drug laws."

    http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/about/

    ReplyDelete
  3. Please reconsider, Zsuzsanna: this is not a good idea! You folks are already in enough trouble already. It is foolish to keep pushing the boundaries. I'm sorry your husband went through such an awful experience, but instead of pursuing more trouble, you need to forgive your enemies and move on from this experience. As I understand it, your husband is out on bail, has had two charges brought against him, and is awaiting trial! Further misbehavior (for that is surely what those against you will deem it) could result in his imprisonment! You do not want to lose your husband and your children's father over something that is just not worth it! Do you understand that he could very well get PRISON TIME?? I am not saying that would be right, but I am just trying to reach through my computer screen and WARN you because I am terribly worried at how obsessed you two seem to be at making a point against an already corrupt institution (the government) that is bigger and stronger than you and that you may just not be able to beat! Many Christians have suffered many things at the hands of corrupt and evil men and they just had to wait until eternity for their rewards and vengeance upon their enemies. Think of all those who have been (and continue to be!) martyred for Christ. I am so sorry it is all happening but I'm strongly insisting you re-think the border protest idea. NOT GOOD!! What if they do imprison your husband? You will be forced to go to work to support your children, who will have to be looked after by another. It would be the opposite of the family ideals which you espouse (and I agree with, if it matters!): being in the ministry, pastoring, home schooling, being a virtous wife at home. It is with sorrow I send you this note. Thanks for reading and considering. I am praying that it goes all right and no one gets hurt or in trouble. Who knows, maybe it will go just fine! But I had a bad feeling and wanted to share it with you.

    Your sister in Christ,
    T. E.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Dear T.E.,

    Thank you for your concern. Please let me try to ease your worries.

    My husband is NOT out on bail. He was charged with two misdemeanors involving obstructing traffic. He has not been charged for resisting arrest, obstruction of justice, or anything like that. If he were found guilty on the misdemeanor charges, there could be a monetary fine. Extended imprisonment that would require me to get an outside job is certainly not something I am worried about at all.

    Furthermore, this rally was not thought up, nor organized, by my husband. I may or may not go. My husband is free to travel anywhere. In fact, when the person who is organizing the rally called the DHS, she was told we could get out and walk around at the checkpoint.

    Our family went through the exact checkpoint on Monday this week, where I told them that we were citizens of Arizona. The border patrol agent went around the vehicle to look in all the windows. He saw that there was only our family in it, and then still proceeded to send me to secondary inspection for no apparent reason. I refused. He called over the supervisor, who recognized my husband and told the agent to let us go immediately. They are not there to protect, they are there to harass and condition citizens.

    If they wanted to fight a war on drugs, maybe they should start in doctors' offices, since I know way more people who are addicted to prescription drugs than street drugs. Or maybe they should do away with public "education", since most kids get into drugs at their school. I would like to see the drug usage of homeschooled vs. government-educated kids.

    Zsuzsanna

    ReplyDelete
  5. I wish I was in the western US. I would be there with you this week end!

    Thank you for standing up to this tyranny!

    To all of you who believe we should just cooperate, and put up with these unconstitutional checkpoints:
    Any time the Government requires us to be subjected to anything that is contrary to the United States Constitution; it IS pure TYRANNY.
    It is tyranny because the Supreme Law of the Land says that it is Tyranny.

    The United States Constitution:
    It's not just a good idea; It's the Law!

    ReplyDelete
  6. How did Saturday go?

    ReplyDelete
  7. Let us know how it goes, I wish we could have been there.

    Currently in Alaska....

    ReplyDelete
  8. Just wondering how it went on Saturday? Did a lot of people show up? Did you guys feel satisfied with the results? 3 hope all went as planned!we are praying for you! Thompsons

    ReplyDelete
  9. Look here,
    Are you sheep or are you free men and women. The only legal purpose of the immigration check point is IMMIGRATION. Check out their own regulations. What they did is in violation of the 4th amendment of UNREASONABLE searches and seizures. They had no probable cause to taze him, that was an act of brutality. They had no grounds for seizing his person, the dog alert was a lie. If you surrender your rights to be kept "safe" then look to this poem:
    " "In Germany, they came first for the Communists, And I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Communist;

    And then they came for the trade unionists, And I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist;

    And then they came for the Jews, And I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew;

    And then... they came for me... And by that time there was no one left to speak up." Martin Niemöller was a German pastor and theologian born in Lippstadt, Germany, in 1892. Niemöller was an anti-Communist and supported Hitler's rise to power at first. But when Hitler insisted on the supremacy of the state over religion, Niemöller became disillusioned. He became the leader of a group of German clergymen opposed to Hitler. Unlike Niemöller, they gave in to the Nazis' threats. Hitler personally detested Niemöller and had him arrested and eventually confined in the Sachsenhausen and Dachau concentration camps. Niemöller was released in 1945 by the Allies.

    You deserve the freedom you fight for, you deserve the slavery you acquiesce to.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Soon, every woman watching this will wake up in a gulag. Each night after the guards have their turn at you, while you're crying and bleeding, you will ask why the men you knew didn't fight this tyranny. You women who knew men who DID stand up to it - but left them - will ask yourselves why you didn't stay to help and support them in their battles. And mothers, wondering where their children are and if they're safe, or even alive, will ask themselves why, when their fathers had already been taken by these thugs, YOU didn't finally stand up and fight this tyranny - at least for your own children's sake.

    This response, which will go up in a few more places, was trimmed down to fit other website's 500 character limit. Needless to say there was a LOT more.

    Everyone in this country needs to understand one thing: this is NOT the country you were taught about in school. That place is a fantasy and stopped existing about 1861, if it lasted even that long.

    The good Pastor, his wife, kids and almost eveyone else who will read this are slaves, bought and paid for by the corporation we call The United States. We have contracted with this corporation (without being told we were doing so) to offset the debt it owes to the PRIVATE banking conglomerate called the Federal Reserve. It's that simple.

    The 'vehicle' he was driving is OWNED by the State of Arizona, as is every vehicle eveyone else is 'driving'. Don't believe it? Try not paying the TAX on your next year's registration. The state will come and take it away.

    Almost everyone has given away their RIGHT to travel for a 'privelege' to drive. Don't believe it? Try 'driving' one of the state's vehicles without that license, get pulled over and see where you wind up that night.

    It goes on and on like that with EVERY aspect of our lives. Marriage (a formerly SACRED contract between a Man, a Woman, and God) is now a three-way contract with the State - that's what a marriage license is. Children used to belong to their parents. Not anymore. Register their births with the State and that's their nexus, which gives CPS the jurisdiction and duty to take children away from parents who don't toe the government line.

    We have signed away the GOD GIVEN RIGHTS our forefathers fought and died for and accepted the 'priveleges and immunities' of the corporation. And what they can grant, they can take away.

    If people will not learn what master they are serving, how they've fallen into its trap - and get themselves OUT of it before it's too late - then they will die serving that master, and its chains are a LOT heavier than the Lord's. Try reading up on George Gordon's writings on common law, then look for 'The Informer' online (at atgpress). You'll see what I mean when the scales fall from your eyes.

    -Mayfield

    ReplyDelete
  11. Was there a rally? I don't see any stories or comments about it.

    ReplyDelete
  12. There was a rally, it went well. I will write about it as soon as I get some of the camera footage from my husband.

    ReplyDelete
  13. This story outrages me, and not necessarily on your husband's behalf.

    The physical abuse he suffered was obviously wrong; but he should have just answered the questions. It wasn't that difficult. Our world is not as simple or as safe as you seem to assume it to be. Those questions have a very serious purpose.

    ReplyDelete

Your KINDLY WORDED, constructive comments are welcome, whether or not they express a differing opinion. All others will be deleted without second thought.