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09-04-12 -- Chris Duane - John Brakey - (MP3 & Video Loaded)
Chris Duane (founder of Sons of Liberty Academy and 'Greatest Truths Never Told' on his YouTube channel) talks about 'Stop the Revolution Start the Evolution' video on opting out of 'the system' - John Brakey on the Libertarian case in Pima County, A
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Time: 123:0 Mins and Secs
Chris Duane (founder of Sons of Liberty Academy and 'Greatest Truths Never Told' on his YouTube channel) talks about 'Stop the Revolution Start the Evolution' video on opting out of 'the system' - John Brakey on the Libertarian case in Pima County, Arizona
Christopher Duane (http://dont-tread-on.me/)
is a Financial & Investing Expert and Founder of the Sons
of Liberty Academy. Chris is also a US Marine & venture
capitalist and became a self-made millionaire by age 30. Since
2001, he has been able to increase his net worth an estimated
3,750% since 2001 while the housing, stock and job markets
have been tanking. Chris Duane’s YouTube Channel “Greatest
Truth Never Told” has over 3.6 million views since it’s debut
nine months ago. And he believes massive change is coming and
that if you are aware and prepared for this change you will be
able to create generational wealth.
ARIZONA ELECTION FRAUD: PIMA COUNTY COURT HEARING 08.13.12 MOTION FOR NEW TRIAL:
of This Lawsuit” The Libertarian Party and AUDIT-AZ alleges that
through the direction and control of its county administrator C.H.
“Chuck” Huckelberry, has systematically subverted critical controls
required to protect the purity of elections. The elimination of those controls
has permitted county management to take advantage of the ability to cheat
presented by defects in our computerized election system. As a result, county
management fraudulently rigged the Regional Transportation Authority election
on May 16, 2006 and has the ability to manipulate the outcome of any Pima County
election, including not only bond elections, but the elections of members of
the Board of Supervisors, themselves.
Discovery on this lawsuit
has not begun but many facts are known from the three other lawsuits: http://tinyurl.com/5wda8gl involving the Pima County
Democratic Party and Pima County. The
discovery in those cases was limited but nonetheless has shown the path for
future discovery that must be followed in this lawsuit.
The goal of this lawsuit is
to protect the “purity of elections”
in the future, starting with the 2012 elections. At the present time it is easy
to cheat using our election computers and impossible to challenge a rigged
election. The ease of cheating when matched with the impossibility of
challenging any specific election requires court intervention in order to
protect the purity of elections and ensure that we will have free elections.
Excerpt from statement of facts: http://tinyurl.com/LPFiling
5) "V.P." Link to
Bill Risner initial disclosure statement which is a mind blowing comprehensive
statement of facts collected over many years of investigations and litigation
of Pima County: http://tinyurl.com/LPFiling
Guest Editorial Article in the East Valley Tribune during the election cycle of 2000:
By Ernest Hancock
never brought freedom to anyone
There is concern in the halls of government and the media that the ongoing
decline in voter participation reflects apathy. More likely, I think, voters are
figuring out how the system really works.
All people act in ways they perceive to be in their best interest. Politics is
about trying to convince voters it is in their best interest to vote for
candidates who claim to represent their ideals.
Is it working? For the voters best interests?
Libertarian philosophy operates on the belief that most of the American people
know that freedom is good for them – including freedom from social and
economic engineering imposed on them by swarms of government agents sent to
harass them and to eat out their substance.
Since merely voting for more freedom and less government has never produced
anything of the sort, it is small wonder that this method is losing credibility
and being abandoned by a liberty-starved populace.
I remember that it was the promise of less government that sent Ronald Reagan to
the White House with the overwhelming support of the people. The promise of
fundamental reforms sent people into the streets in 1992. In 1994 the promise of
a contract with the American people, that a new congress would reduce government
finally gave both houses to the Republicans.
In every case the American people were lied to, and the voters know it.
What could astute potential voters be told now that would convince them they can
make any real difference at the ballot box?
Even putting aside some major concerns: that vote-counting computers are not
isolated from outside communication and possible control; that even
court-ordered recounts of a computer-tabulated election are not verified with a
manual count; that tens of thousands of unvoted ballots are mailed out and never
accounted for; that the justification for automation is speed – yet we still
wait days and weeks for final results; that legislation prevents simple
verification of the computer program with a manual comparison after the
election; that many potential voter’s views are not represented on a ballot
tailored to provide special advantages to parties that have been
institutionalized as part of the government (crippling competition before it
gets established); … even with all that aside, we have a populace that
instinctively knows that are irrelevant to the process.
As an advocate of freedom, I have found that the political process allows an
effective method of spreading the freedom message. For the few short months that
people may be paying attention, libertarians have a chance to help them
understand new questions that should be asked.
Rather than, “Would local control of public education be preferable?” Ask,
“Do you support separation of Child and State?”
Rather than, “Which form of income tax is better?” Ask, “Do you believe
the government has a right to your income?”
Instead of, “Should we increase defense funding?” Ask, “Do you believe we
would reduce threats to the
by no longer trying to socially or economically control people around the
Rather than, “How do we provide healthcare for children of the poor?” Ask,
“How much less would healthcare cost if the industry were deregulated?”
Instead of, “How do you propose to get handguns out of the hands of
criminals?” Ask, “How do you plan to eliminate victim disarmament laws so
people can protect themselves?”
The issues are influenced by the questions asked – and by exactly how the
questions are worded – by the media, the pollsters and the politicians.
This influence is now, however, being steadily displaced as individuals use the
internet to ask their own questions, and seek answers from people who have
Influence of government and traditional media has been dwindling to the point
where Libertarians will soon be begged to participate in National Presidential
Debates – so someone will watch them!
But by then, the freedom movement will have already taken to the streets with
growing numbers of individuals demanding to be left alone, regardless of any
vote totals – whether accurate or not.
(This article was written during the 2000 election cycle – To be even more
informed and frightened with updated information please put the following words
in your web browser: electronic vote fraud diebold blackbox voting – that many
words will limit the web sites to 143.)
2012-09-04 Hour 3 John Brakey
(on the Pima Country Libertarian Lawsuit)
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