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Ross for Freedom

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Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« on: February 19, 2009, 12:09:18 pm »

Hello to all,

My name is Ross Kenyon.  I heard through Digg.com about HCR 6, and I must say, its beautiful.  New Hampshire sounds like a great place!  I love people that aren't caught up in the farce that is Democrat vs. Republican, and just want to be free to live their lives without the Federal gov't and/or the New World Order (depending on your paradigm). 

I took the semester off at Arizona State University and am about to leave to travel to California to backpack and stay at a monastery, but I'm wondering if you possibly need someone to help be an activist for a few weeks!  If I found a ride to Concord in the new few weeks would it be the best time to help out?  Is the secession movement approaching a flashpoint or do you think you have time to wait until next congressional session? 

Also, if I were to come, could I possibly exchange constant activist work for the group in exchange for a couch to sleep on?  I don't have much money but I fully support the goals of this movement, the Libertarian non-Aggression Axiom, voluntaryism, sound money, you name it.

I would only be able to come for a few weeks before I would have to go back to backpacking.

Sincerely,

Ross
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Re: Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2009, 03:20:43 pm »

Rally starts at 8am March 4th
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Re: Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2009, 07:32:33 pm »

Welcome! ;D

One minor point, something from Dan Itse’s recent interview on Alex Jones, which I think is spot on: “The New World Order is what was created in 1776 for the new world.  What we’re gravitating back toward now is the old world order, European-style aristocracy.”

It’s not the New World Order we should be worried about—it’s the reëmergence of aristocracy, mercantilism, and feudalism under new names that is the problem.
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Re: Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« Reply #3 on: February 21, 2009, 01:30:38 am »

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it’s the reëmergence of aristocracy, mercantilism, and feudalism under new names that is the problem.

Okay, I keep saying this but no one understands.  It is SO frustrating.
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Re: Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« Reply #4 on: March 01, 2009, 05:34:10 am »

That's a very interesting point.  How funny that is!  Cheers! 

Okay. I'll look into all of that, Shirehours and what not.  I'm so stoked on what you guys are up to.  I'll hopefully be passing through this summer.
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Re: Coming to NH for HCR 6 (WHEN?!)
« Reply #5 on: March 01, 2009, 09:30:22 am »

If you're attending the rally, you should come to the Liberty Forum the rest of the week. It's real cheap if you're a student.
http://freestateproject.org/libertyforum
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