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Who is Moving to Wyoming?

 
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Who is Moving to Wyoming?
People Leaving Big Cities In View of Apocalyptic Events Coming
Added: Jul 8th, 2007 7:01 PM

Wyoming Attracting Outsiders In View of Apocalyptic Events Coming

By Dana G Smith

July 9, 2007 -- RaidersNewsNetwork.com -- Unsettled times, threats of WMD's, terrorism, vice, crime, population explosion, crowded cities, insecure borders, and much more are making people move out of the cities and into the countries. Wyoming is seen such an explosive influx. Coming with these migrants into Wyoming are their agendas to follow the goals they have set up for themselves and also for those in Wyoming. Whether Wyoming wants it or not, the agenda is there.
The wave in the country since 9-11 has been one of foreboding for many. In the government, from FEMA to the White House itself, the rhetoric is that 'an attack is not a question of if, but when!'. The passage of the Patriot act, the onslaught of more war and violence from Muslim extremists, and the governments lack of protecting borders have many groups and individuals scrambling.

Living as I do in Wyoming, I have seen first hand the influx from California at first, then from other states. This influx is from those who are sick of the lawlessness, crime, vice, and population. There is no safety, no solitude, overcrowding, and it simply makes life too unbearable for many. The result is, as others have done, is to sell their expensive houses, and then move to a state where real estate is not so high. The target for many is the communities in Wyoming for instance.

What used to be small mountain communities, with a homey life style is now gone. In its place are expensive shops, top end real estate, and name brand shops. This describes Jackson Hole, Buffalo, Sheridan, and other areas which are becoming crammed with the Newbie Wyomingites. They see the small sparsely populated state as a target for their needs. The problem with this all happening is that for many in the state as long timers, reasonably price homes are a problem. Finding land is practically out of the question unless you have lots of money now, especially land near the mountains. For renters, that is a large problem as well.

Furthermore, another wave of isolated groupies has now arrived in our state. Coming out of the need for smaller government, personal liberty that won't bow to the Patriot act, wanting property rights not losing them to domain issues, and the enforcement of the true constitutional agenda the new group is formed. This group, formed out of 'The Free State Project' is called 'Free State Wyoming'.

Kenneth W. Royce aka Boston T Party, is the man behind Free State Wyoming. An American author, Royce is known for his non fiction books, which by the way have a 'libertarian stance'. 3 According to the Free State Wyoming website, its goals are plain and simple. They are:

To encourage, assist, and reward the migration of liberty-minded Americans to Wyoming in order to maintain and further its relative laissez-faire Western culture; to eventually create a haven for those Americans who desire not to live as, or under, government supremacists. 2

In another article recently in the Casper Star Tribune, the idea of Free State Wyoming is discussed in a homey way. The author of the article took pen and paper to the outskirts of Newcastle and interviewed Free State Wyoming participants. The article revealed that another influx of newcomers are going to arrive in this State and mentions it as follows:

An initial wave of several thousand disenfranchised Americans will move into five specific Wyoming counties, targeted for their scarce populations. The power of their votes coupled with the general apathy of current residents will allow for the election of the new wave's preferred county officials, sheriffs and state senators and representatives. The effect will grow to take over the majority of the state over the course of three election cycles.1

There is always a problem when so many people flock to a isolated state to set up Custerís last stand in a nation which is fast taking away personal liberties. For many, this state is seen as the best place to be during the coming potential terrorist or other event which will take away the freedoms guaranteed by the constitution. As matters of record, we already have President Bush Jr. Saying the constitution is a 'g-d' piece of paper. Good speech for someone who is supposed to be protecting our rights.

On a separate forum for the Free State, one poster recalled remarks by General Tommy Franks who said in a magazine interview "the Western world, the free world, loses what it cherishes most, and that is freedom and liberty we've seen for a couple of hundred years in this grand experiment that we call democracy." 4. This statement was based on the fact that a catastrophic event such as a WMD would occur or could occur, and if it does, then he sees the above happening. It is this precise scenario that many people today are currently looking or preparing for what they see as not just a potential event, but one that will occur. For them, being prepared is the first line of defense.

The poster of the above concluded his remarks on the Free State Wyoming forum by saying "I have no crystal ball... I don't know what crisis will sound the death-knell for the Grand Old Republic. Will red china call our trillion-dollar IOU? Will food riots break out in our major cities? Will peak oil prove to be a reality? Will we make the mistake of attacking a country with the ability to hit us back?

In the aftermath... the authorities will (I'm guessing here) have to concentrate on highly populated areas... leaving back-water places like Wyoming until the last. But even here, we won't escape forever." ibid

The problem we have is those outside of our state who has as its goals of moving to Wyoming. Then setting up shop, and then changing our way of life, constitution, or anything they may not like. For now, they say they won't change anything. After all, when they all get here to the sparse Wyoming communities, if there is something they don't like, you can bet that the thousands that came will gather to take over. It is not that I am opposed to what they have as goals. It is that I, as a Wyomingite have seen first hand the causes of such influx. It is also that I simply don't trust people who come in with such agendas. The thought is, 'What are they really up to anyway?"

=>BIO<=

Dana G Smith is the author of D-Day For America, Xulon Press, ISBN: 1-59781-843-7; and Editor of the W.I.B.R. online Web Sites. He is the President of the Watchman Institute for Biblical Research. He also is The Watchman of W.A.R.N. Radio Network, www.warn-usa.com. His articles appear on his own news sites at www.wingswatchman.org, www.ddayforamerica.com, www.warn-usa.com , and on many sites around the web. His Watchman Prophecy Today Radio program can be heard through his websites on the W.A.R.N. radio network. Dana is an investigative and research journalist who lives in the Midwest. You can contact him through his websites or email watchman at wingswatchman.org.



Sources:

1. Freedom on the frontier: Gun-toting "Free Staters" make their move into Wyoming

[casperstartribune.net/articles /2007/07/04/news/top_story /b782ec5ba70b85ea8725730e00000a ac.txt]

2. [www.freestatewyoming.org/free -state-wyoming-faq.html#goal]

3. [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth _W._Royce]

4. [fundamentalsoffreedom.com /fswforum//index.php?topic =4072.0; where do you want to be when the republic dies]
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07/23/2007 06:44 AM
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Re: Who is Moving to Wyoming?
Uh, Wyoming has become too expensive. (at least for folks like me) Land prices have skyrocketed, you pretty much need at least 40 acres to dig a well in Wyoming now. Just came back from a trip thru Nv, Az, Co, Wy, Sd.
Beautiful drive.

Before that trip we went thru Idaho,Washington, Oregon, and Montana. (from Nv) Have been doing research on possible places to move.
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07/23/2007 04:24 PM
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Re: Who is Moving to Wyoming?
Well, anyone?
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07/23/2007 04:33 PM
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Re: Who is Moving to Wyoming?
I'll be praying for y'all when it's 30 below this winter. The mid-south is a better choice for many and the cost of living is a bargain here !
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07/23/2007 04:34 PM
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Re: Who is Moving to Wyoming?
I'm moving to Cancun :)
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07/23/2007 04:43 PM
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These people are trying to escape apocalyptic events by moving to Wyoming--like moving to a cauldera is not an apocalyptic event?!?

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07/23/2007 04:50 PM
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curious - the article claims that bush once referred to the constitution as a "goddamn piece of paper" does anyone have a link for that quote? if true, thats pretting telling in and of itself...

not that we NEED telling...
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07/23/2007 04:51 PM

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Re: Who is Moving to Wyoming?
Interesting article, thanks for posting. Wish that guy had a more flowing prose style (yikes!) but he's writing about interesting subjects.

I know about the Free State Project and that they had decided to officially do it in New Hampshire. Wyoming had been the runner up choice, I'm not surprised some people decided to form a splinter group. It's just as well to spread the idea out a little.





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