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On March 23, 2005, an agreement was reached and signed in Waco, Texas, between the leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico. President George Bush, Prime Minister Paul Martin and President Vicente Fox created the North American Union.

The NAU (1) gave away the sovereignty of our nation; (2) erased our borders; (3) planned to build a NAFTA highway system; and (4) created a one-denomination currency (the amero). This plan is ongoing from the Bush administration to the Obama administration. We might add that this plan is circumventing the Constitution, and is treasonous in nature.

Have you seen any coverage from our mainstream news media? It should be obvious that the purpose of the mainstream media is to keep the American people ignorant and pacified. An example would be if you walk into a dark room unaware that a hungry lion was within, you would not be afraid.

Please, exercise some common sense. We need to learn to think for ourselves. Use alternate sources of information.

Unbeknownst to the average person, a bill (H.R. 1966) is currently making its way through Congress to eventually control the Internet. Under the disguise of protecting the children, this bill threatens our First Amendment rights.

Please, contact your congressmen and express your opposition to it, if you care anything about our children's future.

Jeff Hall

Wagener, S.C.

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jsherrill
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jsherrill 05/29/09 - 01:28 am
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The "government" has always

The "government" has always had a secret agenda and this conspriacy is nothing new. Our history tells us this in the story of western expansion. How many times have the american indian had to move in order to have "Manifest Destiny". The US picked a war with Spain for this. The government bears watching.

patriciathomas
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patriciathomas 05/29/09 - 05:03 am
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Jeff Hall, the NAU would

Jeff Hall, the NAU would explain Bush's refusal to protect our southern border. What is your source of information?

HotFoot
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HotFoot 05/29/09 - 06:17 am
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Interestingly, the people who

Interestingly, the people who write these paranoid letters are always from SC...I've paid attention. You really think we've signed away our sovereignty as a nation? And where is this currency of which you speak? Most of all, why would the U.S. do something like this? Whose interests would it serve? And what in the world does the Internet bill have to do with it? These letter writers always seem to have "secret" information about meetings of our leaders and their import. As PT asked, what's your (reputable) source? You can't just give some crackpot organization and say that the entire U.S. media is in on it.

Lucky_Luciano
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Lucky_Luciano 05/29/09 - 06:27 am
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Thank you HotFoot, I just

Thank you HotFoot, I just stopped to read the HR1966 synopsis and it calls for jail time for perverts trying to lure minors over the internet, nothing about controlling the internet?? Who could do that anyway, no matter how smart the person you have doing an IT job there are a thousand more out there 100x's smarter. And for that matter, if you choose to do something illegal in the internet, just as if you choose to do something illegal in public or private at that moment you choose to relinquish your rights to privacy............Am I a saint, now way, do I believe that all laws that are in place are there for the better good of all, definately not, but I choose to keep my freedom by abiding by the laws................OK I am done ranting now.....Really off to get ready for work....

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willistontownsc 05/29/09 - 06:42 am
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Well, I see nothing wrong

Well, I see nothing wrong with this bill, at least the way it is written, Mr. Hall. This deals with CYBERBULLING, not with restricting content on the web. I support anti-cyberbulling laws, but I WILL NOT support any law that is strikingly similar to the 1996 Child Pornography Prevention Act (CPPA).

Lucky_Luciano
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Lucky_Luciano 05/29/09 - 07:06 am
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willi-- Elaborate please....

willi-- Elaborate please....

jack
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jack 05/29/09 - 07:09 am
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hotfoot, the real conspiracy

hotfoot, the real conspiracy theorist on her is calls himself Elliotness and is from GA. This guy ain't got anything on Mess.

jack
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jack 05/29/09 - 07:10 am
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Well, Willie, you admitting

Well, Willie, you admitting you're into child porn?

Cestlavie
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Cestlavie 05/29/09 - 07:35 am
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According to snopes.com,

According to snopes.com, there is no such thing as the North American Union. http://www.snopes.com/politics/immigration/nau.asp Here is what actually happened at the meeting: http://www.spp.gov/ In my opinion, if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck. . .

shaglorious
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shaglorious 05/29/09 - 07:42 am
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Thank You Cestlavie, I was

Thank You Cestlavie, I was just about to post that this rumor has been flying around for a few years. I wonder if Mr Hall knew it and wrote the letter just to see how many people took the bait, or if he really is that uninformed. Scary either way.

charliemanson
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charliemanson 05/29/09 - 08:10 am
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Mr. Hall is referring to

Mr. Hall is referring to similar stuff that was written in the book, "The Late Great USA - The coming merger with Mexico and Canada," by Jerome R Corsi. You can google it on Amazon for further info.

teharper428
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teharper428 05/29/09 - 08:27 am
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Is there something in the

Is there something in the water in Wagener? Or are there conspiracies in the air? A couple of weeks ago there was a LTE in the Aiken newspaper from Windham (of Wagener) telling folks to contact their congressional members to oppose the hates crime bill. According to Ms. Windham that bill threatens free speech. I wrote a rebuttal LTE to that letter pointing out to read the text of the bill. Both the Senate & House versions clearly state the Act does not prohibit any expressive conduct protected in the Constitution.

patriciathomas
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patriciathomas 05/29/09 - 08:47 am
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All hate crimes bills assume

All hate crimes bills assume to know the mind of the criminal at the time a crime is committed. THOUGHT POLICE. The slippery slope is obvious.

UncleBill
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UncleBill 05/29/09 - 09:00 am
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It could be the voices in

It could be the voices in your head, but then again, "just because you are paranoid doesn't mean that they are not really out to get you".

grouse
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grouse 05/29/09 - 10:41 am
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The sky is falling, the sky
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The sky is falling, the sky is falling...

MyTake
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MyTake 05/29/09 - 11:13 am
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teharper, I was just about to

teharper, I was just about to write the same thing. What is up with the conspiracy theories pouring out of Wagener, SC.

disssman
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disssman 05/29/09 - 11:30 am
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I just read that proposed

I just read that proposed resolution and it is a very well crafted piece of legislation to stop any form of dissent. The lead-in speaks of the need to protect children as young as 2 years old on the internet from bullying. But the change proposed dosen't have a single reference to childhood bullying. Rather, it really is designed to prevent folks from venting their anger at politicians or politically appointed people in power. In fact under that proposal you could be in trouble for voicing disapproval with anything. I read it like the law for handicapped parking spaces and look what that has accomplished.

mad_max
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mad_max 05/29/09 - 11:30 am
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All of these bills to control

All of these bills to control actions on the internet are a slippery slope. Terms such as "cyberbulling" and "luring" are open to a wide range of interpretation and that all depends on who is in charge at the time. One man's cyberbullying can be another man's simple statement of his view of another's actions. As an example, today the Obama administration dropped charges against three members of the New Black Panthers who stood in front of a polling place threatening white voters with a billy club. Had that been tree rednecks threatening black voters with a billy club it would have been prosecuted as a violation of the Voting Rights Act. It's all a matter of who is in power so be careful what powers you bestow on your enemy. Writing to your congressman or the president to tell them you think they are an idiot might be "cyberbullying" with this administration.

FallingLeaves
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FallingLeaves 05/29/09 - 01:06 pm
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please, PLEASE, don't ask

please, PLEASE, don't ask willistontownsc to elaborate....spare us.

6Actual
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6Actual 05/29/09 - 01:37 pm
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used2Bjonny
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used2Bjonny 05/29/09 - 02:11 pm
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http://www.spp.gov for the

http://www.spp.gov for the Security and Prosperity Partnership; the fact sheet (http://www.spp.gov/factsheet.asp?dName=fact_sheets) is interesting...details how, since 2005 (among other things) the U.S. and Mexico reached agreements to prevent the spread of disease and to control border violence. I'm not going to reference Newspeak here, since I already did on another thread in today's edition :) :) :)

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Bizkit 05/29/09 - 04:29 pm
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Too funny baroness. I just

Too funny baroness. I just don't believe Willis is a real live thinking person but a Chronicle ploy. He is just too absurd. Well maybe a real live but definitely, definitely, not a thinking person, definitely not in my best Rainman voice. hee,hee.hee.

corgimom
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corgimom 05/29/09 - 04:55 pm
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Anyone that would kill

Anyone that would kill themselves over something that somebody says over the Internet has severe mental health issues to begin with, that was never addressed.

corgimom
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corgimom 05/29/09 - 05:24 pm
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Hey Baroness, did you see the

Hey Baroness, did you see the other day where RCR said "Good one, Corgi, for taking up for the lackey"?? ROTFLMAO! You can't make this stuff up!

Lucky_Luciano
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Lucky_Luciano 05/29/09 - 06:07 pm
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Funny willi didn't say

Funny willi didn't say anything after he admited to being a pervert............I was trying to give the benefit of the doubt on this one is all..............

Grasshopper
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Grasshopper 05/29/09 - 06:31 pm
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Willi do you support NAMBLA ?

Willi do you support NAMBLA ?

corgimom
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corgimom 05/29/09 - 08:29 pm
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Hey, we may disagree with

Hey, we may disagree with each other on here, but accusing someone of serious crimes isn't appropriate. Lives get ruined that way.

FallingLeaves
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FallingLeaves 05/29/09 - 08:31 pm
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Wiili's a real live person.

Wiili's a real live person. I happened to recognize his writing style in a letter to the editor. If you figure out who it is, do yourself a favor and do NOT google his name. Too much information is the nicest way I can put it. corgi, do you mean RCR didn't say "racist boot-licking lackey"? That is one of RCR's variations on THAT theme. I don't recall ever being a male man-servant, never mind a racist, boot-licking male man-servant. I am definitely all woman.

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