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Oath Keeper Testimonials

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Gregory Bennett:

Testimonial: My service in the United States Air Force Security Police as a Patrol Dog Handler and Security Specialist was a great honor performed with dedication. To defend our nation and to maintain our Cherished Freedoms and to let no one take away the principles of justice, freedom and democracy.

My USAF service prepared me for service with the New York Guard in response to the terror attacks of September 11, 2001. I have observed the enemy in our homeland such as a bookstore clerk listening to a terrorist audio training tape, students doing assault training in a park and a terrorist training class outside an Afghan Grill in Hicksville, New York. In all cases the participants were Middle Eastern and the police in all cases did nothing telling me not to worry. One member of my New York Guard Unit Lt. Mohammed Butt stood right next to a gasoline tanker with a lit cigar. He took combat exercises seriously and even hid in a garbage dumpster. He fled to Pakistan and my unit commander said if DOD knew he was a member of Al Quiada our careers would be ruined. Another member of the New York Guard brought in his own explosives to Camp Smith. I called the FBI and State Police. Authorities didn’t even get a search warrant for the individual’s house and garage. America needs to wakeup. The FBI has linguists who refused to sign loyalty oaths to America. God Bless America and our veterans.



Testimonial: This is my Testimonial!!

I Will Stand With America
Should The Political Winds
Shift In An Ugly Direction!

Every one has read a different
version of this, but this is Mine!!


Ken Crowe:

Testimonial: My name is Ken Crowe, I am a retired Vietnam era veteran who served in both the Army and Air Force. In addition, in 1964 I took my first oath to defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies and have never been released from that oath. I love this country and would do as many patriots have done before. God bless America.


pelayo riera:

Testimonial: The second amendment gives us the ability to protect and defend the rest of our freedoms provided for in our Constitution. I stand as a testimonial as to what happens when you loose that right. My father lived in Germany when Hitler disarmed the Jews and look what happened. He later moved to Cuba where I was born in 1949. I remember him saying “it could not happen here” since Cuba had a constitution patterned after the American Constitution. After Castro took power they required all firearms be registered. Then they outlawed private ownership of firearms. I remember as a child 3 soldiers showing up to get my fathers guns. He was told if he didn’t have the guns on the list he would be going with them.My father had kept an old 1911 which he had not reported and years later he told me he did it because if he had to he would defend his family and then worry about the law.

That is why I am so adamant against gun registration and believe the second
amendment to the defense of our constitution.

I am today joining Oath Keepers as it is so important to spread the word and defend our Constitution.

God bless America!


Robert C. Ladnier:

Testimonial: I am a new member and retired U.S. Coast Guard, former Executive Security Specialist and Corporate Sec Mgr for Bi-Lo, Inc. a former Police Officer in South Carolina and currently a member of the N.T.R.T Team for Southern Nuclear at the Farley Plant in Dothan, Al. I have served either my Country or my communities for 30 years and will continue to do so as long as I am able to draw breath. I do strongly believe in the Oath Keeper movement and look forward to networking with fellow members both in Alabama and Nation wide.

I won’t bore fellow members with war stories of days long past, we all have them. But I will emphasize my desire and wish that we all take this program serious and work towards strength through unity.
Look forward to meeting you all.

R.C. Ladnier, Alabama


Tim Wynne:

Testimonial: I took my Oath in Detroit in 1978 and have Honored it everyday since. My Oath is good until my last breath, which may be coming soon if we don’t take our country back from those who are supposed to be serving us, not attacking us.


Tim Rickman:

Testimonial: As a combat vet, I would not wish the experience on anyone, though I’m thankful for having been. It is there I got a clear perspective how the world works. Also, how deceitful our government can be. Serving in the first Persian gulf war, I saw first hand how the government twists the truth to make it seem like you are doing something noble. In reality it’s all about securing their corporate sponsors cash cow.

I swore an oath to the constitution. To protect the freedoms of our people. I’m one of those people. It’s my freedom too, and I’m not about to surrender it to the government after I bled to have it. The powers that be have over-stepped their bounds. For those service members who would think to stand with a corrupt government for any sake, remember one thing. It could be your family in the firing line.



Testimonial: I…, do solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against ALL enemies foreign and domestic, and to bear to true faith and allegiance to the same. That I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and to well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office I am about to enter. So help me God”

The same oath anyone who enters public office must take… unfortunately its now just a formality. I hate to say that we must stand up and fight…

“And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? … The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”
― Thomas Jefferson


Jarrod Smith:

Testimonial: I Jarrod Smith, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion.

IAR Captain USAF


Shorty Dawkins


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  1. To all Citizens of America and Representatives in office and those running for Office take NOTE:
    President Obama announced to the entire world on National TV, that America was no longer a Christian Nation.
    Cheryl K. Chumley, “Chris Cuomo, CNN Host, to Roy Moore: ‘Our Rights Do Not Come from God’,” Washington Times, February 12, 2015.
    My Letter to all:
    To Whom it may concern:
    I beg to differ with you. America IS STILL a Christian Nation. Our supposedly brilliant Constitutional Attorneys interpret the Constitution wrongly. They should correctly be calling themselves Declaration of Independence Attorneys, because it is the Declaration of Independence that gives the Constitution its meaning and its authority. The Constitution of the United States of America was founded upon the Declaration of Independence signed and approved 9/17/1787. I present to you the following truth.
    The Declaration of Independence
    1. “The Declaration of Independence first organized the social compact on the foundation of the Redeemer’s mission upon earth … [and] laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity.”
    2. “Before the formation of this Constitution. … this Declaration of Independence was received and ratified by all the States in the Union and has never been disannulled.”
    3. “There was no anarchy. From the day of the Declaration, the people of the North American union, and of its constituent States, were associated bodies of civilized men and Christians in a state of nature, but not of anarchy. They were bound by the laws of God, which they all, and by the laws of the Gospel, which they nearly all, acknowledged as the rules of their conduct.”
    4. “The Declaration of Independence cast off all the shackles of this dependency. The United States of America were no longer Colonies. They were an independent nation of Christians.”
    5. “The virtue which had been infused into the Constitution of the United States … was no other than the concretion of those abstract principles which had been first proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence. … This was the platform upon which the Constitution of the United States had been erected. Its virtues, its republican character, consisted in its conformity to the principles proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and as its administration … was to depend upon the … virtue, or in other words, of those principles proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and embodied in the Constitution of the United States.”
    6. “The inconsistency of the institution of domestic slavery with the principles of the Declaration of Independence was seen and lamented by all the southern patriots of the Revolution, by no one with deeper and more unalterable conviction than by the author of the Declaration himself [Jefferson]. No charge of insincerity or hypocrisy can be fairly laid to their charge. Never from their lips was heard one syllable of attempt to justify the institution of slavery. They universally considered it as a reproach fastened upon them by the unnatural step-mother country [Great Britain] and they saw that before the principles of the Declaration of Independence, slavery, in common with every other mode of oppression, was destined sooner or later to be banished from the earth. Such was the undoubting conviction of Jefferson to his dying day. In the “Memoir of His Life” , written at the age of seventy-seven, he gave to his countrymen the solemn and emphatic warning that the day was not distant when they must hear and adopt the general emancipation of their slaves.”
    The Declaration of Independence was and is the foundational document of our Constitutional form of government as stated above. This is further evidenced by the fact that under the Constitution, the Constitution and the Founding Fathers dated their official documents not from the date of the Constitution, but from the date of the Declaration of Independence:
    “Done in convention by the unanimous consent of the States present the seventeenth day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven, and of the independence of the United States of America the twelfth.” (9/17/1787)
    – United States Constitution, Article VII
    The United States Constitution must always be interpreted by the principles found in the Declaration of Independence.
    For any who might feel otherwise, I offer you the words of Abraham Lincoln:
    “These communities, by their representatives in old Independence Hall, said to the whole world of men: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” … They erected a beacon to guide their children, and their children’s children, and the countless myriads who should inhabit the earth in other ages.
    … They established these great self-evident truths that … their posterity might look up again to the Declaration of Independence and take courage to renew that battle which their fathers began, so that truth and justice and mercy and all the humane and Christian virtues might not be extinguished from the land. … Now, my countrymen, if you have been taught doctrines conflicting with the great landmarks of the Declaration of Independence … let me entreat you to come back. … Come back to the truths that are in the Declaration of Independence.”
    Abraham Lincoln, “The Works of Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Debates”, John H. Clifford, editor (New York: The University Society Inc., 1908), Vol. III, pp. 126-127, August 17, 1858.
    Signed; Dr. Rudy Adams DD
    Veteran: U.S. Army 1957 to 1965
    Natural Born American Citizen
    Oath Keeper

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