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Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on July 16, 1998 at 17:02:24:

In Reply to: More information please posted by Shane Hanson on July 15, 1998 at 21:02:12:

: Thanks for taking the time to responed I found the information of great value. I would like a little more information though.

: First how might I optain a copy of the of the book "The Federal Zone". I have been atempting for some time now to optain a copy.

The book is presently out of print, and we
are about finished assembling evidence against
all of the Internet copyright infringers,
in preparation for judicial enforcement of
my exclusive rights in that book.

It is quite shocking to discover so many
so-called "patriots" who are so ready and
willing to deprive me of the $25 book fee.
The excuses they concoct, when we confront them,
are even more shocking.

I believe the Holy Bible refers to such
people as hypocrites, and their fate is
also well defined in that Book.

The book cost approx. $250,000 to research
and publish, and that does not include the
professional compensation I had to forego,
by leaving a S.F. investment bank to bring
this work to the American people. I was
making $120,000 per year there, and I left
in the Spring of 1991.

: Second you said that there was a proposal made last year to start issuing silver bonds. I was wondering if you know of (a site on the internet if posible) were I could get some more information on that proposal.

I authored that proposal and broadcasted it
over several email lists on which I was very
active last year. Some list managers were
extremely upset that I was so active as
a writer, so they bounced me off their lists,
using some other lame reasons.

Assuming we can find funding, we are planning
to load into the Supreme Law Library all 7,500
email messages which I broadcasted to the
Supreme Law School last year. The "Silver Bond"
proposal will be among those messages, all of
which will be indexed by the Alta Vista search

One key advantage of Silver Bonds, as opposed
to a "gold standard," as such, is that raw
silver is relatively plentiful. The right
wholesale price should bring a lot of that
raw silver to the surface, and into the
U.S. Mint.

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell

: Thanks once again for the great response.

You are very welcome.

: Also I pray that God helps you win your run for the U.S. House of Representatives. We need someone in there who will truly represent the people. I'd vote for you but I live in Wisconsin.

Thanks for your kindness here.

The role of a prophet is a very difficult one.
You can show people the Law, but that will not
guarantee that people will embrace the Law.

We have a saying around here: you can drag
a dead horse to water, but you will also
waste your time trying to make him drink it.

I can tell you this much: those who have
embraced evil in their lives, are slated for

Such is the depth of deceptions which have been
fashioned upon this once great nation.

/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.

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