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Lawful Bank: A Kentish Perspective

26 Mar

Manchester already has 2 local bank branches
Here, in Leeds we are moving towards another two.

Stephen Henderson from Kent Freedom Movement tells us of the benefits.

From (with many thanks): http://kentfreedommovement.ning.com/profiles/blogs/my-thoughts-on-the-lawful-bank-and-the-future-of-the-kfm

… I thought the Lawful Bank meeting last Thursday was the best I’ve seen so far and the strongest when it comes to offering a realistic alternative to the system. I think that the Lawful Bank provides the ground work for this movement because it gives it credibility and shows the public that we are not just trying to expose how corrupt the system is but to rather show them a different way we can live. If we are going up against the well-planned, well-organised and well-presented New World Order we need to counter that by becoming a well-planned, well-organised and well-presented alternative so that the masses can look at us and take this movement seriously.

The Lawful Bank can offer the platform for a new type of government or plan that can be accepted by the public and can eventually make the Monarchy and the Houses of Parliament insignificant. Now in regards to the Kent Freedom Movement I feel we have a huge part to play in making this a reality and with the great work Deborah, Chris and the rest are doing I have no doubt this movement will become unstoppable. I was speaking with fellow KFM member Tom a couple of weeks ago and we thought that to take the movement to the next level that we as a group should start to set up a ‘KFM Council’ which I will explain more in my next blog which will really get into how it would work. I have a lot of faith in this movement and I hope to become a key part of this group from which I’m going to try and dedicate as my time as I can to this because although we maybe the minority, its only the minority who are remembered throughout history and I know that we will all take are place in history as those who defeated the New World Order !

 

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