Webberville, Mich. J. W. Freed, 1973. Second printing. A legal manual for Posse Comitatus adherents and “to aid White Christian Americans in the coming struggle to establish The Kingdom of God in these United States” (p. 1). Freed, a Christian Identity minister from Michigan, provides a history of America’s Christian founding and the tenets of Biblical and Christian Common Law found in the founding charters of many of the original states. It is Biblical, Christian Common Law, and Constitutional Law that gives Posse Comitatus the legal authority to oppose those public servants who violate those laws and in some instances put them to death.
Freed then describes examples of those who are subject to punishment: usurers, tax officials, revenue agents, judges, school officials who promote race-mixing, busing, sex ed., atheism, drugs, and free love, politicians who promote no-win wars, one-world government, abortion, fluoridation, higher taxes, anti-gun legislation, and television officials who promote filth, pornography, anti-Christ views on marriage, divorce, promiscuity, and race-mixing.
The rest of the manual includes the details of Freed’s own legal case with Michigan tax officials over his refusal to pay income tax, and includes reproductions of Posse Comitatus documents issued to government officials. Inside the rear cover is a pocket that includes four blank documents that other activists can use against their own public officials. An insightful primary source document that provides an intimate look at the Posse Comitatus (Sovereign Citizen) movement and its overlap with Christian Identity and racial nationalism.
Metal spiral bound sheets (11” x 8 ½”), 66 p., document reproductions. Light edge wear, else Near Fine. One copy in OCLC at the Univ. of Kansas. Item #10704