Giles, Baldwin and State vs Federal Representative Races
2010 presents a great opportunity. Turbulent conditions in confluence with off-year electoral races for Representative at both the State and Federal levels, open a window of opportunity.
I have advocated targeting the take over of the US House of Representatives with the Laboratory of the States Platform, which would turn over Federal funds and programs to the States in order to comply with the 10th Amendment.
Others, such as Constitutional Party Presidential candidate Rev. Chuck Baldwin and Mississippi legislature candidate Jimmy Giles of Radio Free Mississippi fame (or infamy depending on your persuasion), have advocated running for Representative seats in State legislatures. I must admit they have a point but I think they are underestimating the synergy of a combined effort between Laboratory of the States Platform candidates for the US House of Representatives, and candidates for State legislatures.
Candidate Jimmy Giles has been a focal of controversy recently. Although I dislike the politics of personality that forms the bulk of that controversy, his soon-to-be-defunct “radio program” has been an valuable contribution toward the realization of the potential of 2010.
Let me explain…
Candidate Giles is an Anglo-Saxon warrior ready for battle demanding Anglo-Saxon military leadership. Although, despite being one of about a dozen technical types pulling the Joint Chiefs of Staff out of an “imminent nuclear war” situation back in 1987, I would not presume to put myself in the same league as a genuine Anglo-Saxon warrior. I am a smith. Nevertheless, I stand ready to fight and second his demand for leadership, disregarding his manner except insofar as it exhibits his sincerity. It is the correct demand for the times we are in.
Moreover, he is correct that the first place that Anglo-Saxon military leadership should make its presence known is in representative government. Retired military officers have the vigor and independent income to pursue public office, and so doing, will be educated in the morbid details of the government’s standing violation of the Constitution to which those Anglo-Saxons took an oath to defend from all enemies both foreign and domestic.
Moreover, I agree with Candidate Giles that in the case of those running for State legislatures as representatives, they should make no bones about their preferences for the kind of human ecology in which they wish to live and see their grandchildren raised. If that preference is, as with Candidate Giles, to represent “white people” in their search for a “white homeland” because “niggers are at large who will rape and murder you and the Federal, State and local police will not protect you from them”, then that is what they should do.
Where Candidate Giles, and indeed even relatively honorable ministers like Chuck Baldwin, fall short is that there is a critical place for Anglo-Saxon military men who would run for United States House of Representatives, and where I may differ with Candidate Giles is in the platform I believe those men should adopt so as to uphold their oath—a platform that is not biased with respect to race, religion, etc.—a platform that is the most direct route to bringing the US Federal government within Constitutional limits.
The Anglo-Saxon retired military officers running for state legislatures should work with the Anglo-Saxon retired military officers running for US House of Representatives in a synergistic alliance to allow the state legislatures to pursue truth and freedom with the funds now going to the Federal bureaucracies. The transition will, as a practical matter, be a devolution of Federal programs, as they stand, along with funds to the State bureaucracies. This transition must be legislated at the Federal level. That is why candidates for State legislatures, whatever their politics, should support the Laboratory of the States candidates for US House of Representatives.
Moreover, in the current economic climate, there is a critical need for material and logistical support for the campaigns of the retired military officers running for office. These material supports are unlikely to be funded by Federal Reserve dollars. This is part of the urgency behind the work for a local currency system based on electronic barter.
So let’s unite under this principle:
Representative government at both the State and Federal level must work for States that are expressions of diverse and strongly held, even “religious” beliefs and principles—but the Federal government is for protecting US territory from trespass.
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