They made a desert and called it peace...

"From this date I date the ruin of all my fortunes."
--George Washington

"The truth is an offense, but not a sin"
--Bob Marley


The United States is a corporation, which is one in the same as "government." Our purpose is to expose this and other corrupted facts. We believe in the Common Law, in the people's judiciary, in the municipalities' sovereignty over the Federal Departments, and in the individual's sovereignty above all other powers over Earth and under God. No rule of law has meaning. Rule of Precedent IS Law.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Temporary Wizard of Oswald Site Up and Running

Due to the fact that I'm paying for the hosting of, I figured I should be using it. So I have a news page, a page with my writings, and a video page up, all which are being updated daily in a format much more compatible to reference than a blog.
In the next day or two, there will be featured stories written by me and other truth seekers I know on the home page. Please feel free to submit stories you have written, and after review, they'll be posted on the home page.
At this point I'm going to just add forums to the html site, gradually building a highly personalized new interactive PHP site, which of course will take a little longer to finish. I'm having problems with the PHP site I've already built, which I tried to change from the site I'd already built but never used. So I'm going to toss that site, re-learn Dreamweaver (to program HTML and PHP), and build a cool html site until the PHP site is ready.
But we can get started with the PHPbb forums. I'll post another blog here in a couple days when the forums are ready, and of course send out a mass email.
Thanks for your patience - you know how it is...

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you see what happens?

"I, like the arch-fiend, bore a hell within me, and finding myself unsympathized with, wished to tear up the trees, spread havoc and destruction around me, and then to have sat down and enjoyed the ruin." --Mary Shelley, from Frankenstein