Over the past year and half we have met privately, online, via teleconference and small discussion groups working on specific topics ranging from illegal foreclosures to military court history to undeclared “wars” on our soil, the earliest records of the Colonists, the role of the Dutch East India Trading Company—- you name it, we’ve dug into it.
The Living Law Firm team has been aided by volunteers with every kind of expertise along the way, and so many of you have sent us your money and your prayers as challenges have arisen. You’ve kept us going through busted water heaters and illnesses, through the day to day grind of paying for copy paper and light bills.
For the next week, I will be very busy working with members of The Living Law Firm whose search has taken them deep into the history and inner workings of Administrative Law. As a result, I may not be as talkative as usual and may not be responding to calls and emails— be of good cheer. It means I am “nose down and at the grindstone”.
We have some powerful new allies to our cause who have contributed magnificently documented information and more leads for us to track.
At the same time, our Banking Team has continued to make progress despite being targeted by “operatives” seeking to undermine our work and steal assets from us. I am happy to report that these efforts have been foiled, and like so many of the manure piles in life, the entire experience has given us what we need to grow some mighty fine roses.
Hang on, folks. Some wonderful things are coming to fruition. A lot of hard work and many years of research are coming together in a way none of us could have supposed or planned. God is good.
Special thanks to Teri S.— ! Wow! The boys will eat like kings for the whole week of the conference! Thank you!!!! Oktoberfest has never been better at our house!
We are sending special warm thoughts for “Cookie” who can’t be here in body for this particular meeting but who will be able to teleconference in for at least part of the time while she is working off-site, and to all the other members of the Team who are continuing their legal eagle battles in other parts of the country.
Jack and Phyllis— love you guys! Thank you! Your gift was especially welcome this past week as we’ve had all the conferences expenses to deal with. You, too, William Gilbert and Mary S.—God bless you both! It all counts up! Special thanks to our brother, Rodger, and the long-suffering wives left to guard the home fires this week —a very special group of women who have stood patiently by their husbands and put up with privations and long lonely hours and many uncertainties to bring the work this far.
Special prayers go out to those who are now suffering as political prisoners in their own country, jailed for profit by their own employees. We all pray for a quick and peaceful ending to all such atrocities and injustices, and for their wives and children who are suffering the loss of helpmates and breadwinners, husbands and fathers, for no good reason in what is supposed to be the Land of the Free.
Thanks to the Mountain Men, the Free Men, the Original Sons, the Trading Group, the High Lianas, the Clan Mothers everywhere, the Virginians, the Anti-Corruption Society, the Lawful Bank, the Aussie Contingent–God Bless Rom, forever.
Thanks to all our friends and co-workers in Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Germany, China, India, Peru, Argentina, South Africa, Egypt, and every other corner of the world where these same oppressions have visited.
I am deeply touched when my countrymen come forward and give of their time and money and intellect, but I am humbled when total strangers from distant parts of the globe rise up to the challenge we face, as brothers and sisters.
Thank you, one and all, oldest to youngest and richest to poorest. I keep you all in my thoughts and in my heart and in my hopes for a better future for this entire planet.
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