Mandatory Read for Everyone
Who Values the Constitution
Have you ever wondered where the legislators are getting their bills? Who is ghost writing them? How the different states happen to be passing the same bills at the same time?
William Fruth is president of The Policom Corporation, an independent economics research firm located in Florida. Fruth has served as vice president of a major industrial land development company and president of the business development board of Palm Beach County and during that tenure was named as Florida’s economic development professional of the year in 1987. He also served in a full-time capacity as Mayor of Tiffin, Ohio. Fruth has been traveling around the country as Policom President, promoting Sustainable Development and Agenda 21. We have several documents in our possession that show William Fruth, Policom President, going throughout our country creating sustainable cities – an example is Los Alamos, New Mexico and we have the document to prove this. This document was prepared in 2004 by William H. Fruth.
There is a new book called 10 Amendments for Freedom by William Fruth. These Ten Amendments are all noble causes and they sound so good until you get to the convention. IT IS A LIE THAT THE TEN AMENDMENTS CANNOT CHANGE THE CONSTITUTION. The legislators think they know how this convention will be conducted, but they do not. It is like playing Russian roulette with a slight chance of winning.
This group has paired with American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and some governors and they are pushing for the states to call for a Constitutional Convention.
We need to introduce you to ALEC. ALEC is a very powerful organization. Through ALEC, behind closed doors, corporations write bills for the state legislators to promote the agenda that will directly benefit their bottom line. Along with legislators, corporations have membership in ALEC. Corporations sit on all nine ALEC task forces and vote with legislators to approve “model” bills. (This is facism.) They have their own corporate governing board which meets jointly with the legislative board. (ALEC says that corporations do not vote on the board.) They fund almost all of ALEC’s operations. Example: Bill Gates Foundation and Koch Brothers. Participating legislators, mostly conservative Republicans, then bring those policies home to implement at our own state legislatures without disclosing that corporations crafted and voted on the bills. ALEC boasts that it has over 1,000 of these bills introduced by legislative members every year, with one in every five of them enacted into law. A lot of our legislators are members of ALEC. If you want to know who they are, click here.
This idea of a Constitutional Convention is being pitched from ALEC to over 7000 conservative state legislators. Fruth is proposing 10 amendments listed in his book. These are all good causes, but still open up a Constitutional Convention. Once again, we must discredit ALEC and Policom if the head of Policom Corporation is promoting sustainable communities all over the world and the major contributors to ALEC are global elitists. If you want to know more, you can Google Policom Corporation and Sustainable Development.
We will keep you posted. The timing of this is terrible in this Obama-Pelosi-Reid atmosphere. If 34 states petition Congress to convene a Con-Con, the matter will be completely out of the states’ hands. Period. There are 32 states with a standing call for a Constitutional Convention and Arkansas happens to be one of them. Could this administration handle the healthcare? No! Could they handle the national debt crisis? No!
This could come up in our legislature as early as tomorrow. You must call all of the legislators. Demand that their names be pulled from this bill. We will not let up on this campaign. Jason Rapert is leading us over the cliff like the Pied Piper. Jason Rapert found out that he could put this SJR1 through during the fiscal session and had a big press conference promoting this Con-Con.
Burn their lines down. Call them at the Capitol. The Capitol switchboard numbers are as follows:
Senate Session Number: 501-682-2902
House Session Number: 501-682-6211
Click here for contact information on all Arkansas legislators.