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Shifting Focus but a New Maine Constitution Movement Entering the Picture

With The exception of one, I can garner no public interest in downloading the time line I have created which documents the statutory transformation of Maine into a Communist State. However there is now a new interest in the Maine Constitution. I am working on trying to get the organizers of this symposium to take an interest in the work I have done- but as of now no success on that score yet.

Since I am unable to find a means of generating a cash flow from this blog, I will be pulling back on energy devoted here as I need to focus on my own business- which is how I became involved with this research to begin with- so do not be surprised to see future posts in which my own business journey is woven into the subject matter of this blog. That way I can justify the time and energy spent here in.

PRESS RELEASE
June 6, 2014
History Making Symposium
The Maine Constitution has been mangled! A panel of researchers from the Maine
Constitution Coalition will break new ground in this history making Symposium by
explaining when, why, how, and by whom the Maine Constitution was corrupted. The
panel will provide you with facts about its destruction, and historic information to help
people restore their Maine Republic to its original glory by reclaiming Constitutional
governance! This FREE 3 hour event, including a final Q & A segment, will be on June
14, 2014, from Noon to 3 PM at the East Auburn Baptist Church, 560 Park Avenue,
Auburn.
This non-partisan Symposium is a first of its kind, and others have been scheduled, and
will be presented around the state throughout the summer months, at least. The research
panel members have been working for more than 5 years to obtain the factual knowledge
necessary for exposing what has been occurring in Maine for generations – the
fraudulent corruption of our founding documents, and the transition from a
constitutional republic operating under the rule of law, to a system of socialistic
democracy – which is rule by a majority, regardless of your rights.
You will learn about the deceptive, incremental, and fraudulent methods used in a quest
for power over the people; you'll hear about the corrupt conversion of the original lawful
judicial system; you'll discover how the separation of powers in Maine government was
destroyed, how property rights have been practically obliterated. But, most importantly,
you will become informed, brought forth from apathy, and truly understand what you
can do to help restore freedom, pride, success, and happiness to life in Maine.
# # #
Contact Information:
Wayne R. Leach
70 East Palmer Road
Winslow, Maine 04901
(207) 872-8998
Email: hawkeye1937@gmail.com


A new phenomenon on my computer- screen now scrolls by itself and sometimes suddenly vanishes.

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  1. Summer Symposium as scheduled here:
    Auburn Symposium, June 14th, East Auburn Baptist Church. 12:00 - 03:00
    Houlton Symposium, June 27th, Sheriff's Building, rm D302. 25 School St. 12:00 - 03:00
    Pesque Isle Symposium, June 28th, Presque Isle Inn & Convention Center. Rt. 1 Preque Isle. 12:00 - 03:00
    Hamden/Bangor Symposium, July 26, Municipal building, Westen Ave. Hampden. 12:00 - 03:00
    Chelsea/Augusta Symposium, August 9th, 44 Hallowell Rd. Chelsea. 01:00 - 04:00

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