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Kent Hovind - (Conspiracy Theorist) - Imprisoned since 2007 signs under his name "POW"

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Kent Hovind - (Conspiracy Theorist) - Imprisoned since 2007 signs under his name "POW"
I believe in free speech much like most Americans, without free speech : this website would not exist: for instance.

I just got finished watching "Collective Evolution III" and was all excited about off-grid housing and generally happy celebrating the liberation (liberty) of our Earth... and then came across this very disturbing story of Kent Hovind who has been in prison since 2007 ... Now I'm pissed...

I don't necessarily advocate his views and opinons; and this is not meant to invoke fear, but hopefully empower you to ask questions... something just doesn't seem right about this.

Heres a Few Snippits from the wiki on Kent Hovind. It seems he tried to exempt himself from the questionable Tax Law and was a 911 truther amongst other conspiracy theories.

I will leave my opinion of certain elements of the (questionable) American Judicial system out of this post, so the thread is not jeopardized.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]


The SPLC also criticized Hovind for "point[ing] his followers to Citizens Rule Book,...


Prior to his prison term, Kent Hovind also owned at least 10 properties, including DAL.[54] As of 2009, the government is seizing the property for money owed,[55] but in a court filing, Eric Hovind said that he owned one of the properties and "took active control over the lot by personally building a home on it with $70,000 he borrowed from CSE."[56] The court accepted Eric's ownership due to improvements made on the property and allowed Eric to keep that property, but is allowing the government to seize the other nine properties.[56] In 2013, Kent Hovind filed liens on the property seized, but a federal judge dismissed Hovind's filings finding that the property is owned by the United States government for money owed and rejected Hovind's claims that the court's orders do not "have application" to .


With the appeal denied, wife Jo Hovind began serving her prison term on January 20, 2009...


Since his 2007 incarceration, Hovind has filed several lawsuits and petitions in multiple courts, including ones against the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, his trial judge and federal district court.[205] In August 2013, Hovind wrote he has lost every appeal in six years and filed six new legal "battles," signing under his name with "POW."[206]


Politics and conspiracies

Hovind has made controversial remarks regarding conspiracies, science, creation, equal rights, religion, and government over the years. Hovind's creationist presentations have asserted that the reason creationism based on the Genesis creation narrative is not taught in public schools is tied to "an international conspiracy" of "'The New World Order' (NWO) consisting of Ted Turner and his wife Jane Fonda (now divorced), the British Royal Family, the State of Israel, the American Civil Liberties Union, and a smattering of former and present US government officials, business leaders, and social activists (particularly those advocating population control) — shades of the Trilateral Commission."[109] In May 1999, he claimed "the implementation of the NWO's world-domination plan was May 5, 2000."[109]

Hovind has several conspiracy theories about the U.S. government. He claims that the cyanide-releasing compound Laetrile is a "cancer cure" and argues that the US government is conspiring to suppress a cure for cancer.[41][110] On his radio program, he has said that the U.S. government was behind the 9/11 attacks, killing nearly 3000 people and that a "lot of folks were told not to come to work."[111] He also claims the Oklahoma City bombing was carried out by the government. "Did you know the Federal Government blew up their own building to blame it on the militias and to get rid of some people that weren't cooperating with the system?"[112] Regarding UFOs, Hovind recommends books by conspiracy theorists who believe "some UFO’s are U.S. Government experiments with electrogravitic propulsion as opposed to jet propulsion, while others are Satanic apparitions."[113][114] Additionally, Hovind claims that the Federal Reserve, the Council on Foreign Relations, the United Nations, and various other groups are planning to create a one world government and that the 1993 World Trade Center attack was staged by the US Government in order to pass "anti-terrorism" legislation that restricts civil liberties. He says, "I love my country, but fear my government. And you should too."[115] He also claims there is no such thing as the separation of church and state,[116] and opposes public schools.[117] Hovind has also alleged that there is a conspiracy surrounding taxes, the New World Order, and communism, while he promotes tax protesting.[115][118] Hovind wrote "Although it is tempting for me to go off on a tangent from my creation ministry and spend much time warning people of the communist origin (Karl Marx thought it up in 1848 and pro communists Colonel E. House, Roosevelt, Rockefeller and Sen. Nelson Aldrich implemented it in 1913.) and unconstitutional nature (it violates the 4th, 5th, 13th and 14th amendments) of the current tax system, I will resist that temptation and leave it to others to fight that battle."[118] Hovind further alleged "I sincerely believe that I am not a person required to file a Federal Income Tax Return. This belief is a result of extensive research that I have done."[118] On obeying tax laws, he argued "Some will say the Bible teaches us to obey the authority over us. I agree and I do. The IRS is not the authority over me any more than the government of Japan is."[118] Hovind further offered information and resources for people to avoid paying taxes by claiming to not be residents of the United States.[118]

As part of his "one world government" conspiracy theory, Hovind also claims that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), HIV, West Nile virus, Gulf war syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Wegener's disease, Parkinson's disease, Crohn's colitis, Type I diabetes, and collagen-vascular diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and Alzheimer's were all engineered by "the money masters and governments of the world" for the purpose of global economic domination.[119] Hovind claims "Satan has been using the great pyramid as his symbol for the New World Order"[120] and that "the Great Pyramid could have been built by Adam's relatives"[114] He claims that the United States government is secretly plotting to implant an "electronic ID" microchip in the body of every US citizen, which is the Mark of the Beast.[121][122] The aim, he claims, is to put "a chip into each of the major muscles and network them together so that a paralyzed person would be able to get some movement from their muscles" so that there "is going to be a system where you cannot buy or sell without the mark in the hands or in the forehead."[123]

Regarding barcodes and the security strip on money, Hovind stated they are tied to a government plot in which barcodes and the "magnetic tape through the center of the paper" money "is of the same type that is on the back of your credit card" for tracking money and people.[123] Thus, the government "want to be able to track the money and find out where it goes."[123] Hovind has also stated an opposition to democracy, saying: "If Evolution is true, there is no Creator, so laws come from man's opinion. That is called a democracy, which is a terrible form of government. Democracies always degenerate into dictatorships. In America, it is sad to say, has become a democracy."[124] Hovind also stated: "democracy is evil and contrary to God's law"[92] and "democracy is a horrible form of government."[125] While speaking at Kent State University on an invite from Truth in Love Ministry, Hovind said about protesting evolution, "You should have another rebellion here at Kent State and do it for the right reason," but "This time, don't get shot."[126]

Hovind tells his audiences, "Evolution is the foundation for communism, nazism, socialism, Marxism and those who want a one-world government."[126] He maintains that biology textbooks are lying and that he considers evolution to be a religion[130] supported by false evidence that is used to brainwash youth. He claims, "Satan is using evolution theory to make kids go to hell."[131] Hovind claims he is not trying to eliminate evolution from schools,[132] but says "schools should teach both viewpoints."[131] He has claimed that everything is a religion, including mathematics.[133]
In 2000, he alleged "global warming is a communist conspiracy."[114]


The trial concluded on November 1 with the defense deciding not to present a case.[175] After closing arguments were presented on November 2, the jury deliberated three hours before finding the Hovinds guilty on all counts, 58 for Hovind and 44 for his wife.

In 2007, the government placed liens on Hovind's 10 properties for money owed. This action stemmed from the June 27, 2007, judgment, which included an order that Hovind's property be forfeited under 18 U.S.C. § 3613 for costs of $5,800, a fine of $2000, and restitution of $604,874.87.
On December 30, 2008, the Hovinds' criminal appeal was denied by the Eleventh Circuit Appeals Court. The Court stated that the Hovind's attempts to dismiss their convictions were "without merit".


After a 5-year misdemeanor court battle over the $50 building permit, on June 5, 2006, Hovind pled nolo contendere as charged to three counts: constructing a building without a permit, refusing to sign a citation,[145] and violating the county building code.[146] Hovind was ordered to pay $225 per count. That month Hovind complied with the county law:[145] Hovind estimated he spent $40,000 in legal expenses on this case


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[link to en.wikipedia.org]