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Organization

This group is composed of people who:

  • have grave concerns about conditions in the country and their area

  • believe that our country is not currently entitled to divine protection

  • believe that is likely that events will spiral out of control tearing the very fabric of our society

Regional groups can form whenever there is a group who can meet together without the need for modern transportation or technology. Regional groups will require members and leaders who are within walking distance of each other. This is not to say that we will not use current technology – we will. But the group will be designed around the idea that it could get together if modern transportation and technology were not available.

Regional groups can form whenever and wherever there is a collection of like-minded people. The group would meet as needed and determined by the group. It is hoped that groups would share their knowledge and experience through the blog and by posting videos. Regional meetings can be both in-person and by virtual technology when the technology is available.

Organizing Principles

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Integrity                      

The entire, unimpaired state of any thing, particularly of the mind; moral soundness or purity; incorruptness; uprightness; Honesty. Integrity comprehends the whole moral character but has a special reference to uprightness in mutual dealings, transfers of property, and agencies for others.

Honesty                      

In principle, an upright disposition; moral rectitude of heart; a disposition to conform to justice and correct moral principles, in all social transactions. In fact, upright conduct; an actual conformity to justice and moral rectitude. Fairness; candor; truth. Frank sincerity.

Virtuous                      

Morally good; acting in conformity to the moral law; practicing the moral duties and abstaining from vice; as a virtuous man. Being in conformity to the moral or divine law.

Liberal                          

Of a free heart; free to give or bestow; not close or contracted; munificent; bountiful; generous; giving largely; Not selfish, narrow on contracted; embracing other interests than one's own; General; extensive; embracing literature and the sciences generally.

Work                            

To form by labor; to mold, shape, or manufacture.

Education                   

The bringing up, as of a child, instruction; formation of manners. Education comprehends all that series of instruction and discipline which is intended to enlighten the understanding, correct the temper, and form the manners and habits of youth, and fit them for usefulness in their future stations. To give children a good education in manners, arts and science, is important; to give them a religious education is indispensable; and an immense responsibility rests on parents and guardians who neglect these duties.

Skill Development  

The familiar knowledge of any art or science, united with readiness and dexterity in execution or performance, or in the application of the art or science to practical purposes.

Freedom                    

Being at liberty; not being under necessity or restraint, physical or moral; a word of general application to the body, the will or mind, and to corporations. Not enslaved; not in a state of vassalage or dependence; subject only to fixed laws, made by consent, and to a regular administration of such laws; not subject to the arbitrary will of a sovereign or lord; as a free state, nation or people.

Definitions are taken from the 1850 Webster’s Dictionary.