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Texans for Freedom Pages

As mentioned in the general description, we're working to restore our freedom here in Texas. We're hoping to do this by conventional means without having to do anything drastic, but if it comes down to it, we'll do whatever it takes, consistent with the Non-Aggression Principle.

This is NOT a "secessionist" group per se, besides Texas already seceded from Mexico in 1836 just as America seceded from England in 1776. However, we reserve the right to pursue any and all peaceful, non-violent measures, including political action, nullification, negotiating a new arrangement, or even (as a last resort) full independence for Texas if that's what it takes to restore our freedom. Even if it comes to that, we would be happy to restore the REAL Texas and the REAL America and maintain that relationship.

We support the 3 Principles of Common Law upon which America and Texas were founded, and we intend to peacefully restore legitimate governments that adhere to those Principles instead of violating them.

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About Texans for Freedom March 25, 2010 8:07 PM Gned the G.

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