Signposts to Slavery
by Chris Sullivan: Rome
Didn't Fall in a Day
In 1972 a
wonderful little book was published. It arrived with little fanfare
yet somehow it has managed to survive for 25 years. Most people
have never read it. These are the same people who today are asking
questions about what went wrong with America. These are the same
people who today find that their plans for the future, no matter
how hard they have worked to make those plans a reality, have vanished
into thin air. These are the same people who are working 3 jobs
to keep what one job secured for them 20 years ago.......These people
are you and I, the working middle class, the "We the People."
The book is
Dare Call It Conspiracy, and was authored by Gary Allen
with Larry Abraham. It was considered very controversial 23 years
ago. In retrospect it appears to have been a blueprint for the future
of America. That America is perhaps where we are all living today.
If you doubt
the possibility of a conspiracy to bring America to it's knees and
perhaps install a totalitarian dictatorship through the conversion
of our republic into a democracy you need only look to the changes
in our laws. Gary Allen provided his readers with fourteen signposts
on the road to totalitarianism. They were compiled by Dr. Warren
Carroll, and Mike Djordjevich, a refugee from Yugoslavian communism.
The list is in no particular order. However, nothing on the list
existed in American law at the time the list was compiled.
Read it now,
experience it for yourself. Any one of the listed items would be
a clear warning that the totalitarian state is very near, and a
significant number of perhaps five or more could possibly suggest
that the freedom we have once enjoyed and the preservation of our
Great Republic has been lost.
on taking money out of the country and on the establishment or retention
of a foreign bank account by an American citizen.
of private ownership of hand guns.
of individuals without judicial process.
that private financial transactions be keyed to social security
numbers or other government identification so that government records
of these transactions can be fed into a computer.
5. Use of compulsory
education laws to forbid attendance at presently existing private
psychological treatment for non-government workers or public school
8. An official
declaration that anti-communist (Patriot) organizations are subversive
and subsequent legal action taken to suppress them.
9. Laws limiting
the number of people allowed to meet in a private home.
10. Any significant
change in passport regulations to make passports more difficult
11. Wage and
price controls, especially in a non-wartime situation.
12. Any kind
of compulsory registration with the government of where individuals
13. Any attempt
to restrict freedom of movement within the United States.
14. Any attempt
to make a new major law by executive decree (that is, actually put
into effect, not merely authorized as by existing executive orders.)
invoked numbers 1, 11 and 14. As of January 1,1972, banks must report
to the government any deposit or withdrawal over $5,000. That number
has since been reduced to $3,000. Any purchase over $10,000 made
in cash must also be reported to the federal government. Clinton
has done the same via Executive Orders.
in some instances ordered individuals without bank accounts to open
one under threat of incarceration through charges of Civil contempt.....
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