- Laminated Constitution and Bill of Rights
- Amendments and Federalist Papers
- Your State Constitution
- Clip board 1/2 ream of paper or a notebook
- Audio recorder with tapes and fresh batteries
- Video camera
- Extra batteries
- Digital camera
- Fresh Batteries
- Character References-local-national
- Media Contacts-local-national
- Phone numbers, one or two, for an emergency call
- Phone number and time of live call in radio (your favorite media person)
- Network with jurisprudence groups to learn the fine points of our form of government
- Get your news from alternative media, which you already do
- Support politicians who are actively promoting your interests, testify against politicians who are undermining your interests. It is paramount you engage with your representation. Call, write, email, send handwritten thank you notes, and support those who deserve your vote.
- Make sure you vote
- Take time to be a 10-minute citizen, testify, find out what is going on in your county, turn up for county board public hearings.
- Take a moment to educate our youth who are being re-educated
- Support organizations who promote freedom
- Check local, state and federal legislation periodically.
- Reduce your debt
- Have a plan for money, making your dollars go further.
- Buy American (hard to do but possible buying local)
- Consider buying precious metals
- Food supply 30 days or moreâ€“the above link has places to obtain long term food
- Backpack fully supplied for the unlimited camping experience
- Collect books or resources on self-sufficiency
- Be sure your children know not to turn you or your personal information to â€œwell meaningâ€ government agents
- Creatively store your goods in case of searches, includes your farm records which are invaluable data for the hungry database
- Exercise for yourselff, family and your animals for difficult times
- Have an attorney on board who knows what NAIS is about (we have one in Washington)
- Determine ahead of time what you will comply with and what you will resist.
- If your life is endangered surrendering is an option as you may get a fair trial.
- Be friendly to friends, neighbors and co-workers.
- Have a cell phone, even one of those pre-paid ones, just in case. Wrap it mylar if you are concerned about RFID tracking.
- If you must surrender for any reason:
- State to all reportersâ€™, â€œI am innocent.â€ â€œI have done nothing wrongâ€ (unless you have legitimately)
- Remember sound byteâ€™s, visual and sound will be manipulated, you have a better chance with local media portraying you in a good light than the national media.
- Avoid answering any questions other than your name, contact info, and your â€œI am innocentâ€ statement. Remember, anything you say can be used in court later against you.
- Have some references that can and will testify to the media or court your character.
- If you can phone or email for help. If you are raided your phone, power, internet will be cut.
- Get the each person in the raid operation to fill out the Public Servant Form.
Here ya go! The first lawsuit against the NAIS has been filed in Pennsylvania. Go Pennsylvania go!!!! Many more are sure to crop up as the mandatory adoption of this purported unconstitutional program intensifies.
Our prayers are with those involved for favor and wisdom. May we all be diligent in our efforts to defeat this draconian program.
From the trenches