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Committees of Safety

An article by Devvy Kidd has alerted many readers to the “Committees of Safety.”  For those of you that are unaware of this organization, I offer the below quote from Devvy’s article: “Chief Justice John Roberts Meets Obama in Private

For the first time in 19 years, I have become affiliated with an organization, Committees of Safety. No, I don’t get paid and I don’t get paid for doing my radio show, either. This isn’t about money, it’s about our survival and freedom. It’s about becoming part of the solution instead of just talking or accepting defeat.

Their focus is four top issues and you can read about them on their web site. Time grows short. Anyone, no matter your age, can join and become a freedom fighter because each chapter is local in a county. There’s always work for volunteers no matter what your age. You can continue activism on other issues, but if we don’t force the issue regarding fiat currency and implementing a sound monetary system, reconstitute the constitutional militia, stop the vote fraud and protect our food and water, many other problems will seem like small potatoes.

Numbers build power. Do you know the history of the original Committee of Safety from the colonial era? Many Committees of Safety were established throughout Colonial America at the start of the American Revolution. Back then, the men gathered to discuss the issues and problems facing them. Local militias were generally under the control of the COS and importantly — they sent their representatives to the county level assemblies to represent their local interests. They derived their power from the people. They sounded the alarm when necessary and networked with adjoining counties. You can read the Order of the Provincial Congress signed by John Hancock here. It’s worth five minutes of your time this weekend.

There are 3,141 counties in this country. There are millions of patriots. Just think what can be accomplished with a COS in every county in America? As a cohesive unit, you become part of the solution. Your representatives go to the State Capitols and present the case for constitutional solutions on key issues. Everyone who becomes part of a COS will learn the history of this republic as relates to our monetary system, the true militia and so forth. As your county chapter grows, you meet other Americans who love this republic and are committed to solutions, not more politics. I can tell you from personal experience, it’s very rewarding.

It’s time for retirees – especially our veterans – to step forward with your flexible schedules and leadership qualities. Remember your oath. America still needs you. If there isn’t a chapter in your area, YOU step forward and get it organized. Heavens, our vets are highly trained in a hundred different fields. I realize this will be difficult in major metropolitan areas like LA, but let freedom ring in every county possible. You are not alone. I’ve watched this movement grow over almost two decades. There are more of us out there than you realize. Get on down to your local VFW Hall and start talking. Participate in our Wednesday night conference calls so you know what is going on and listen to those who have active chapters.

COS conducts nationwide conference calls every Wednesday night; click here for information. Last night’s was outstanding. Spend some time this weekend at the COS web site and listen to the free video clips from Dr. Edwin Vieira and Dr. Rand Paul (son of Ron Paul). We are dead serious about our mission.

Thank you, Devvy, for bringing awareness of  “Committees of Safety” to so many of us that desire to take active participation in efforts to effect change.


January 16, 2009 - Posted by | Bill of Rights, Constitution, Freedom, Freedom & Liberty, Law, Liberty, Politics | , , , , , ,

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