Wednesday, January 11, 2006

His Next Day In Court

I'm sure there are some of you that can remember Michael New. In case you can't, he was the one man in 1996 that had the courage to stand up for what was right and say NO! to the Clinton administration and the United Nations. When Michael became a member of the United States Army he took an oath to protect and defend the United States Constitution. He didn't take an oath to serve the United Nations. He lost his case in 1996 when he was court-martialed for refusing to wear a United Nations uniform, deploy to Macedonia and serve under the command of a General from Finland. He will be going to court again on February 16, 2006 to try to clear his good name. Michael is asking for support from patriots that can be there in the court room with him. The out come of this case will effect every man and woman that serves in the United States military in the future. I won't be able to be there to support Michael in the court room but he will be in my thoughts and prayers.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

3 Comments:

Blogger Jake Porter said...

I had never heard about this before but Michael is a true patriot. The new world order folks have been doing this for years (training with the U.N.) and it takes a very brave person to stand up to them.

4:39 PM  
Blogger The Sovereign Editor said...

Speaking as one from whom monies are taken in order to fund the military, I gave no permission for my men or equipment to be loaned to a foreign power.

Michael New should not only be acquitted, but he should be honored. We need more men, not less, who will simply say no when the government tries to do something wrong.

3:44 PM  
Blogger maccusgermanis said...

I had actually not thought of this case in some time, thanks for bringing it up again. I think Michael New was correct in his refusal. On an urelated note, that you may nevertheless take interest in. We seem to be having some trouble out of Westboro Baptist near my home town. A group called Patriot Guard Riders is responding.

10:19 PM  

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