The USFG is weighed in the balance

19 March 2003, 9:00pm CST
My Fellow Citizens,

At this very hour the United States Federal Government has engaged in acts of aggression against the sovereign nation of Iraq. The sons and daughters of Texas have been ordered to militarily engage an already defeated and suppressed people.

In the past months the USFG has stumbled about seeking justification and validation for their course of action. It has latched on to several key themes in an effort to soothe its conscience and sway the people of the world. These themes have been used by the USFG to paint the Iraqi government as illegal and immoral. Close examination will help us determine the facts.

The USFG has stated that war on Iraq is an extension of the war on terror. However, to date, the USFG has failed to produce one credible piece of evidence that the Iraqi government, its agents, or its people had any involvement, direct or indirect, with the terror attacks of 11 September 2001. Instead, we have been inundated with images and rhetoric that sought to remind us of the tragedy of 11 September 2001. Buried in the pure emotionalism many in the US and the world have forgotten to look for the proof. As of the first bombs tonight, the proof has not been forthcoming.

The USFG has stated that its purpose was to rid the Iraqi government of Weapons of Mass Destruction. To date, no evidence of Iraq’s possession of Weapons of Mass Destruction has been found. However, evidence exists that the USFG is researching or possesses nerve gas, skin-blister gas, smallpox, measles, polio, VX, Sarin, Ebola, nuclear suitcases, nuclear missiles, super-lasers, energy weapons, particle beam cannons, hydrogen bombs, neutron bombs, incendiary bombs, mass defoliants and ecocidal weapons.

The USFG has used the bitterly divided United Nations as an excuse to engage in action that is unilateral in all but name. It invokes blind patriotism and emotionalism as covers for its contravention not only of the international treaty law of which it is a part, but of the common law of nations which is based on the rights of nature and nature’s God. It invokes it rights of self defense and self preservation, in the absence of threat, while violating the very same rights of other nations.

The USFG has used the banner of protecting and liberating the Iraqi people as a cornerstone of its argument while it has failed to protect the Texans in our border regions from violence. It has further failed to protect Texans against its agents of repression and occupation for over 138 years. The Republic of Texas has been held as a captured nation since 1865 and there have been no signs from the USFG that they would like to liberate us.

It points to the purported gassing of Kurds by the Iraqi government during the Iran/Iraq war as a justification of military action. As it points, we prepare to remember 19 April 2003 as the tenth anniversary of an attack by the USFG on a small group of men, women and children in Waco, Texas. An attack where the USFG used CS Gas, banned by international convention, and used bullets and flames to extinguish the hopes, dreams, and lives of over 80 of those men, women and children. There was no protection for these people.

The USFG has used all of these reasons to call for “regime change” in Iraq. However, when one looks at the history of “regime change” on the part of the USFG, we are taken down that bloody road to Panama, Nicaragua, Vietnam, Cambodia, Iran, Guatemala, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and the former Zaire. We are promised by the USFG that this time will be different with no evidence to support the contention that the USFG has had a change of policy or of heart.

We find that when the USFG is weighed in the balance against its own tests, it is found wanting. It is for this reason that we strongly denounce the actions of the USFG and its allies. We further call on those governments to cease their military actions against the nation of Iraq for the sake of the Iraqi people and those Texans serving in the USFG Military Forces.

We ask all of those living in Texas and abroad to rally around the cause of self determination for all nations, including the Republic of Texas. My prayers go out to those engaged in military action, the people of Iraq and the people of occupied Texas. May God bless you and may God bless Texas.

Daniel Miller
Republic of Texas Provisional Government

"Governor, if I had foreseen the use those people (the U.S.) designed to make of their victory, there would have been no surrender at Appomattox Courthouse; no sir, not by me. Had I foreseen these results of subjugation, I would have preferred to die at Appomattox with my brave men, my sword in this right hand."

General Robert E. Lee to Governor Stockdale of Texas

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