name is Erik Fortman. I was born in captivity, under a foreign government.
Today, my country is still occupied. I am a slave, living under an
oppressive regime that invaded us, making our Confederacy a permanent colony
in 1865. The Reconstruction Acts secured my status as a lifelong indentured
servant, making my people corporate property under the illegal United States
Government. Interestingly, Texas should have more power than the United
States Government, as should all States. Although Texas did not help create
the Federal Government, thirteen of our original States did. This power
over the Federal Government is written in the Constitution and Bill of
Rights, most notably the
Amendment. It was because of the subversion of this line of power that
Texas joined other Southern States and created the Confederacy. Inside the
Confederacy, Texas again enjoyed her sovereignty. After the War for
Southern Independence, misnamed the Civil War, Texas was again subjugated to
a growing, illegal U.S. Elite Military/Industrial/Banking empire.
Presently, the U.S is unjustly binding Texas - and each individual State -
into incarceration. The U.S. is itself now a mere jailbird in the prison of
global government, which makes Texas servile to two entities. The United
Nations has, among other illegal acts, taken over many of our National Parks
in the name of "heritage." With Bush and Condi Rice's bidding, the U.N.
will likely take control of 99% of all oceans and their vast natural
resources. My Confederacy would never have entered into a treaty one with
the United Nations. If they had, I would advocate that Texas secede from
that union, too.
publicly stated in an 1858 presidential debate: "I am not, nor ever have
been, in favor of 'the social and political equalities of the white and
black races' of making voter or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to
hold office, nor to intermarry with white people." General Robert E. Lee
was not a slaveholder; General Ulysses S. Grant was. The Emancipation
Proclamation freed slaves in all Confederate States. Union slaves were
still just that, slaves. U.S. slaves were not freed until the passage of
the 14th Amendment. Authors Kennedy and Kennedy write in their
tome, The South Was Right!: "Jefferson Davis (Confederate President)
wrote to his wife in February 1861 that, no matter what the result of the
conflict was, the slave property of the South 'will eventually be lost,'"
and that he "sought to uplift and educate the slaves to make them ready for
freedom." Today, blacks and whites alike are unready for freedom, and have
indeed lost much of the liberty delegated from the original, valid U.S.
government. All this proves that the supposed Civil War was not about
slavery. Slavery was a propaganda issue utilized effectively by the North
to keep Southern allies from joining the side of our freedom fighters. This
is not only proven by the words and actions of the leaders on both sides
during that dire time. In a March 02, 2003 article on Cronaca entitled
"Archeology of Northern Slavery", hard proof is exposed. "Slaveholding
plantations, usually thought of as uniquely Southern institutions, were
deeply rooted in the fabric of the 'free' States of the North as well, new
archeological studies are showing." Innercity.org admits that the first
slaves came to Jamestown (New England) in 1619. Northerner General Grant's
wife's slaves were among the last ones freed in America. Only 6% of all
Southerners were slaveholders; half of those owned five or less slaves; a
handful of those were African-Americans.
The Knights of the
Golden Circle is widely known as a Freemasonic organization unleashed to
agitate the South. George Bickley founded the group. Bickley had financial
ties to Britain, and once wrote in favor of abolition. Despite this, his
rhetoric turned toward States' Rights and Wall Street conspiracies.
Renowned journalist and author Jim Marrs
wrote extensively about the Knights in his hit book,
Rule By Secrecy. "The KGC came to form the nucleus of the Southern
military; by 1860 membership in the KGC became more than sixty-five thousand
and constituted the 'brains' of the South. The Knights went underground
after the war, eventually emerging as the KKK." The South should recall
this part of our history. Although the Confederacy stood for freedom, we
allowed racism to be spread among us, poisoning our minds. This kept
Southern energies focused on reconstruction and integration, rather than the
illegal acts of the Federal Government perpetrated on white, black, brown,
yellow, and red alike. The New Freedom Movement should not, will not
include racism. This will make the other 99% of the Southern credo -
liberty and consent of the governed - a global movement.
The North adopted a
"total war" strategy, while the South refused to take on vile practices.
Union soldiers raped, tortured, and murdered white and black Southerners
alike. Union soldiers used Southern POWs as human shields, akin to the
Hussein method. This evil perpetrated on the South, especially the women,
is the primary motive for Lee's surrender. He later told Texas Governor
Stockdale, "Governor, if I had foreseen the use those people (Northerners)
designed to make of their victory, there would have been no surrender at
Appomattox! I would have preferred to die at Appomattox with my brave men,
my sword in this right hand."
The Posse Comitatus
Act was later passed, in 1878, as a direct result of the subjugation of
military control. Although this law is still in place, the illegal U.S.
government is now occupying American soil in direct violation of this Act.
Clinton's use of Delta Force and other Special Ops at Waco opened the door
for infringements and military rule that could not have been imagined by pre
9-11 Americans. In direct response, several "conservatives" are begging
that we repeal Posse Comitatus! Even without its repeal, the 2005
Presidential Inauguration proudly declared, through their propaganda
mouthpieces in mainstream news, that there would be more troops than police
inside the enemys capital, Washington D.C. (7,000 troops, 6,000 police).
The Posse Comitatus Act states: "Whoever, except in cases and under
circumstances expressly authorized by the Constitution or Act of Congress,
willfully uses any part of the Army or Air Force as a posse comitatus
('power of force of the country') or otherwise to execute the laws shall be
fined no more than $10,000 (1878 dollars) or imprisoned not more than two
years." Two courts found the U.S. guilty of violating the Act in 1973
against Native Americans at Wounded Knee. This led to a court decision
allowing for military advice in civilian circumstances. The Free Republic
reported, however, that a 1981 finding states "direct participation in law
enforcement and arrest are prohibited." What do you think Posse Comitatus
says about military snipers presiding over Presidential debates, parades,
and conventions? Or, about black helicopters flying over American cities
manned by soldiers with high-caliber rifles sporting large-capacity clips
not allowed to citizens, despite the 2nd Amendment? These are
becoming common occurrence in our occupied country. Under current U.S.
laws, purported to allow the most freedom to any human on Earth (a lie and
fraud), Iraqi Nationalists are better armed and equipped against the New
World Order than are American citizens.
speaks truth in her LewRockwell.com article, "Occupied America".
Kwiatkowski: "America's occupiers, the big government, war-oriented eunuchs
who guard and watch over the Texas emperor's (actually Kennebunkport New
England carpetbagger's) global string of poor oil-producing countries, have
succeeded in America; occupied America cowers, hoping the beatings will soon
stop." Let us not forget that even "environmentalist" Al Gore owned stock
in Occidental Oil, and refused to give up that stock during his 2000
presidential campaign. The point is, America is, in reality, an occupied
country. The occupation is being implemented by our own military. This is
in direct violation of Posse Comitatus.
fought and were victorious against the tyranny of England. Southern
forefathers fought and were defeated by Northern aggressors during the War
for Southern Independence. Reconstruction Acts were passed as a direct
result of the War for Southern Independence. Sold as a way to free slaves,
in actuality it made all U.S. citizens slaves with crafty penmanship and
legalese. These Acts deem that all Americans are U.S. corporate property.
Through "corporate personhood," the Acts further define corporations as
persons. Jay Hanson writes in "Corporate Rule": "Before the Civil War of
1861, citizens controlled the corporations! After the Civil War, during the
1870s and 1880s, owners and managers of corporations (the secret society
elite and their minions E.F.) pressed relentlessly to expand their powers,
and the courts gave them what they wanted. Fortunately, my masters found
it fit to provide some protection to their property, and passed Posse
Comitatus. Today, they no longer heed their own laws that they themselves
passed to protect us, the servants.
My name is Erik
Fortman. I was born in captivity, and am living under occupation.