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Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2001 2:07 AM
Subject: [RS_admin] International Patriot Alliance
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To: Remnant Saints leadership guild nominees
Subject: Q/A about Mission Statement Proposed for Remnant Saints
Thank you for airing these concerns. I'm sure you are not the only one with these questions.
> I am confused about a few concepts here in the Mission Statement as
> (1) There is mention of freedom for all religions but no mention of for
> races.Is this leaning toward White Supremacy ?
Good suggestion -- include something about races. White supremacy is out of
> (3) What criteria determines if a nation is living under freedom or
There is a huge spectrum between the extremes of ideal freedom and pure
tyranny. The mission statement addresses this. Most nations are somewhere
between those extremes. I don't know of any that are at one absolute
extreme or the other. To the extent that a nation supports freedom, it
should be sustained. To the extent it opposed freedom, it should be
> (4) Many of the Conservative-Constitutionalist groups see the United
> Religions Initiative as a method to dillute all religions for the sake of
> One World Pagan Earth Worship religion.
When one has mastered independence, he/she is ready for meaningful
interdependance. Those who fear coalescence are not yet secure in their
One of the truths of life is that no one person is able to figure everything
out. We are meant to work together. It is through mingling that we arrive
at greater truths and understandings.
The same holds true for entire bodies. Mormons have so much to gain from
Muslims. Christians from Jews. Buddhists from Polygamists. Etc.
> What is the difference in the UN United Religions concept and the
> International Patriot Alliance concept?
UN is largely socialist based, which denies that individual agency and
responsibility is the most important principle. What we are doing places
freedom as the rallying focal point, not government-dictated "goodness,"
which is what the socialists propose.
> What is the link between the Book of Morman and the International Patriot
A few of the members of the Alliance believe the Book of Mormon to be
scripture akin to the Bible; but there is not integral tie so far as the
alliance is concerned. The large umbrella of freedom protects the freedom
of worship, including the right to believe in the Book of Mormon and the
right not to believe in it.
> (5)I have heard of copies of New Constitutions for the U.S.A. -going back
> Berkley in California in the 60's. What is this Glorious New Document? Can
> see it somewhere?
I suppose you could do a search on the internet to find them easy enough.
We all know the liberal have been wanting to re-engineer the Constitution
for years in favor of socialism.
What we are proposing is a re-engineering in the opposite direction -- in
favor of greater freedom, assuming a more upstanding society. We do not
have that society now, so at this point it is only an exercise in wishful
thinking. But reality comes from such dreams; and that is our hope -- to
help bring about heaven on earth.
The kingdom of God will have a government facet. It is that facet that we
are focused upon, both as it pertains to the world in which we live now, as
well as the world we hope to create in the future.
Sterling D. Allan
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