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Oath Keeper Testimonial



Testimonial: As veterans when we swore the oath to defend the greatest and mightiest nation to ever exist, against ALL enemies, whether foreign or domestic, there were no start or end dates. As far as I am concerned my duty was not relieved the day I was discharged. I will continue to defend the constitution, myself, those I care for, as well as those I have never met. This is part of the oath. To defend America, is to defend its citizens. I hope millions will join this group. Whether you are black, white, brown or other, it does not matter, ALL are welcome. May God bless the United States of America.


Shorty Dawkins



  1. Lawful Arrest, Search, Seizure, FAQ
    Version: 2.2c
    Lawful Arrest FAQ — Version 2.2c — 08 Apr 2001


    Whether you are being arrested, witnessing an arrest, or sitting on a jury, this is the most important thing you need to know:

    In every criminal case, always ask:

    “What is the name of the victim, and the nature of the injury?

    “What is the name of the civilian that has made a complaint against [me/him/her]?

    If they put the accused in jail, or threaten with this, then it is a criminal case.

    Section 1: Lawful Arrest
    1.1 What are the elements of a lawful arrest, detainment, search, or seizure?
    1.2 What is “Probable Cause”?
    1.3 What is a “Standing Army”?
    1.4 What are “standing orders”?
    1.5 You can’t expect the police do nothing until AFTER a crime occurs!?
    1.6 What is “Oath or Affirmation”?
    1.7 Isn’t “committing a crime” the same as “violating the law”?
    1.8 What is a “Warrant”?
    1.9 What is a “Cause of Action”?
    1.10 What are “Miranda Warnings”?
    1.11 Doesn’t the U.S. Constitution only apply to the Federal Government?
    1.12 Are Police un-Constitutional!!?
    1.13 Is Jail “cruel and unusual”?
    Section 2:After: Judges / Juries / Lawyers / Courts
    2.1 Should I hire an attorney to represent me in court?
    2.2 What is an Attorney At Law? What is an Esquire?
    2.3 How do I “represent myself”?
    2.4 How should I plead: Guilty, Not Guilty, or No Contest?
    2.5 Judge or Jury?
    2.6 What is “Jury Nullification”?
    2.7 What is a Grand Jury?
    2.8 How long can they hold me without charging me?
    2.9 What is the Writ of Habeous Corpeus?
    2.10Why won’t my attorney argue my case on Constitutional grounds?
    2.11What is a jurisdiction? What are the different kinds?
    2.12What is “Due Process”?
    2.13How does the Constitution help me?
    2.14Why do they speak Latin in court? I don’t speak Latin!
    2.15What is Double Jeopardy? What is “Multiplicity”?
    2.16 Aren’t these just your opinions? Aren’t you are misquoting the Constitution?
    Section 3: Basic Principles: Rights and Powers
    3.1 What are my most basic rights as a living person?
    3.2 Are rights only for men?
    3.3 Are there any limits on the exercise of a right?
    3.4 Is there a right to a job/health insurance, etc?
    3.5 Does a corporation have rights?
    3.6 Can the State be a crime victim?
    3.7 What is a right vs. a privilege?
    3.8 What is a license?
    3.9 Do I have a right to defend myself?
    3.10 Do “property rights” exist in nature?
    3.11 Can I give up a right?
    3.12 Where does government power come from?
    3.13 What are “inherent powers”?
    3.14 Where does the Police power come from?
    3.15 Why don’t they teach this is public schools?

    1. Very interesting, but I must disagree with this part;

      “Brief Words on Religion
      The phrase

      “This country was founded as a Christian Nation!”

      is not nearly as accurate or as helpful as

      “This country was founded on the principles of tolerance and religious liberty for all”.

      One might want to wonder about this by Patrick Henry:

      “It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom of worship here.”

      Political correctness is one of the ways those working to destroy our nation control us. Never bend over to be politically correct. Or, as I believe, if you are not knowledgeable enough to know this fact, or would rather bend over instead of state facts, how can I trust what you (generic “you”) say?

      One must recognize the “control factors” that are being used against us, and not give in to them. (My opinion)

      I like the list, if for no other reason then it will make people think (hopefully).

  2. “The Government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion.”
    ~1797 Treaty of Tripoli signed by Founding Father John Adams

    “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.”
    ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Dr. Thomas Cooper, February 10, 1814,

    “If I could conceive that the general government might ever be so administered as to render the liberty of conscience insecure, I beg you will be persuaded, that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectual barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny, and every species of religious persecution.”
    ~Founding Father George Washington, letter to the United Baptist Chamber of Virginia, May 1789

    “The United States of America have exhibited, perhaps, the first example of governments erected on the simple principles of nature; and if men are now sufficiently enlightened to disabuse themselves of artifice, imposture, hypocrisy, and superstition, they will consider this event as an era in their history. Although the detail of the formation of the American governments is at present little known or regarded either in Europe or in America, it may hereafter become an object of curiosity. It will never be pretended that any persons employed in that service had interviews with the gods, or were in any degree under the influence of Heaven, more than those at work upon ships or houses, or laboring in merchandise or agriculture; it will forever be acknowledged that these governments were contrived merely by the use of reason and the senses.”
    ~John Adams, “A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America” 1787-1788

    “Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, then that of blindfolded fear.”
    ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 10, 1787

    “I am for freedom of religion and against all maneuvers to bring about a legal ascendancy of one sect over another.”
    ~Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, letter to Elbridge Gerry, January 26, 1799

    “The civil government functions with complete success by the total separation of the Church from the State.”
    ~Founding Father James Madison, 1819, Writings, 8:432, quoted from Gene Garman, “Essays In Addition to America’s Real Religion”

    “Every new and successful example of a perfect separation between ecclesiastical and civil matters is of importance.”
    ~Founding Father James Madison, letter, 1822

    “When a religion is good, I conceive it will support itself; and when it does not support itself, and God does not take care to support it so that its professors are obligated to call for help of the civil power, it’s a sign, I apprehend, of its being a bad one.”
    ~Founding Father Benjamin Franklin, letter to Richard Price, October 9, 1780

    “I never liked the Hierarchy of the Church – an equality in the teacher of Religion, and a dependence on the people, are republican sentiments – but if the Clergy combine, they will have their influence on Government”
    ~Founding Father Rufus King, Rufus King: American Federalist, pp. 56-57

    “No religious doctrine shall be established by law.”
    ~Founding Father Elbridge Gerry, Annals of Congress 1:729-731

    “Some very worthy persons, who have not had great advantages for information, have objected against that clause in the constitution which provides, that no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States. They have been afraid that this clause is unfavorable to religion. But my countrymen, the sole purpose and effect of it is to exclude persecution, and to secure to you the important right of religious
    liberty. We are almost the only people in the world, who have a full enjoyment of this important right of human nature. In our country every man has a right to worship God in that way which is most agreeable to his conscience. If he be a good and peaceable person he is liable to no penalties or incapacities on account of his religious sentiments; or in other words, he is not subject to persecution. But in other parts of the world, it has been, and still is, far different. Systems of religious error have been adopted, in times of ignorance. It has been the interest of tyrannical kings, popes, and prelates, to maintain these errors. When the clouds of ignorance began to vanish, and the people grew more enlightened, there was no other way to keep them in error, but to prohibit their altering their religious opinions by severe persecuting laws. In this way persecution became general throughout Europe.”
    ~Founding Father Oliver Ellsworth, Philip B Kurland and Ralph Lerner (eds.), The Founder’s Constitution, University of Chicago Press, 1987, Vol. 4, p.

    “Persecution is not an original feature in any religion; but it is always the strongly marked feature of all religions established by law. Take away the law-establishment, and every religion re-assumes its original benignity.”
    ~Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man, 1791

    “The legislature of the United States shall pass no law on the subject of religion.”
    ~Founding Father Charles Pinckney, Constitutional Convention, 1787

  3. From what I have read about the Age of Reason, a lot of the founders were deist

    Thomas Jefferson believed that the ethical system of Jesus was the finest the world has ever seen. In compiling what has come to be called “The Jefferson Bible …

    Thanks Cal, for taking the time and your reply.

    Fight On!

  4. I agree that our government was not founded on a religion. It was founded on principles that they believed to be found biblically as you say here – “ethical system of Jesus was the finest the world has ever seen”.

    But they, and I do also, believed that religion should never be forced upon a people. That it is an individual choice and no government should be involved in any way except to PROTECT and DEFEND the right of the people to decide for themselves. Jefferson said it well here in his first sentence –

    Thomas Jefferson: “The care of every man’s soul belongs to himself. But what if he neglect the care of it? Well what if he neglect the care of his health or his estate, which would more nearly relate to the state. Will the magistrate make a law that he not be poor or sick? Laws provide against injury from others; but not from ourselves. God himself will not save men against their wills.”

    I hate that we allowed them to get themselves into position against us in so many different places and phases in our lives. What kind of people are we to have allowed this to happen? What is life going to be like for our children, already (mostly) trained in other then American values if we of THIS generation do not stop it? Look where we are because our parents were naive and trusting of those who serve within our governments.

    I despair that we will ever start bringing charges and removing those corrupt, domestic enemies, and traitors from office and replacing them with decent normal people. I cling to the US Constitution, the Declaration of Independence as guides so that I never over stop the boundaries of this nation whatever the provocation. I believe that if we do not act, and act constitutionally, this nation, plus our children, grandchildren, etc for many generations – if not forever – will be lost.

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