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    Smile Pastor Lindstedt 4 Newton County Sheriff

    Pastor Lindstedt 4 Newton County Sheriff


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    Given that as a 'White Supremacist' I am no longer allowed to run for federal or state office and thus Whites are not allowed to vote for 'White Supremacists' and thus have no racial representation and thus no longer have any moral, legal, or political obligation to obey state or federal laws -- no taxation without representation -- then I have been forced to boycott the state and federal [s]elections and because I have control over the Newton County Libbertoon Party, today I filed to run for Sheriff of Newton County on the White Nationalist-Socialist Libertarian People's Party.

    As my first political promise, I hereby announce the necessity for civil war and the extermination of regime criminals and their spawn.

    Vote for me and I promise a bloodbath against whigger, mamzer and jew social parasites and regime criminals and to set a fine example as The First of the Ten Thousand Warlords. Save the White Race. Kill, kill, kill, kill, as my NutHouse f[r]iends used to say. Us Whites need to start running the open air coast-to-coast Nuthouse that is ZOG/Babylon the Third and Final right into the fucking ground and finish it off after the Great Tribulation does most of the heavy lifting and killing.

    I'm a Religious Fanatic and a Sociopath with an axe to grind and want to bury the hatchet in a regime-criminal's pointy head, and NOT a shit-eating politician. So if you are White and know what is good for you, then you had better vote for me.


    Hail Victory!!!

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    Default Damn Straight, niggertits

    Damn Straight, niggertits


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    Quote Originally Posted by chloeblossoms/niggertits View Post
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    Damn straight, niggertits. And at ease on the 'Marty' shit. Only jews like Puto/Bluto and jewnstain, mamzer shitskin faggots like Ingelded/Blightho/BabyFaggot and my silly old mother parked by my brother Pighook someplace in a small West River South Dakota hamlet get to call me 'Marty.' You uppity coontangs need to know jewr place.

    You need to be doing something jewsfool, like chasing some jew Yawk Shiity whiggers and mamzers with a machete after giving them a blowjewb, looking for the next inseminaturd, you Hester-congoidess. Or better yet, virtually strychnineing jewr unbleached hi-yaller niggress bunghole and poisoning Kentucky Chomo-Melungeons/ ShadyBoobs/ FeeMamzerMeercunts in the park.

    There's somethang about niggertits that makes me adverse to asking it for a campaign coontribution.

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    Default Notice of Intent to File Constitutional Challenge to RSMo 115.342 in Federal District Court

    Notice of Intent to File Constitutional Challenge to RSMo 115.342 in Federal District Court


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    Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
    Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri
    338 Rabbit Track Road
    Granby Missouri 64844

    General Counsel Trevor Bossert
    Missouri Department of Revenue
    Post Office Box 475
    Jefferson City Missouri 65105-0475
    (573) 751-7151
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    23 April 2012

    Heil Hitler!!!

    On Friday, 20 April 2012 I called your office and got the woman whose letter is on the below letter, Amanda Conner explaining that your office under color of Revised Statute of Missouri (RSMo) 115.342 requires that I file income tax returns (or as I view it a Confession of Income from Whatever Source Derived) for 2009 and if I do not that your office will notify the election officials for the Missouri Secretary of State and the County to remove my name from the ballot. She didn't seem to understand why anyone who worked for the wonderful state of Missouri or got a license to practice a licensed profession or anyone wanting a position of government power would object to feeding and watering the state with their own and other's blood, sweat and tears. In any case I found out a number of things, including that you used to be working in the Missouri Attorney General's Office and were now the Division Director and General Counsel for the Missouri Department of Revenue. I also found out that nobody yet had challenged the Constitutionality of this new law.

    I told Amanda that I was just the sort of man who of course challenges the Constitutionality of such laws by filing federal lawsuits which go on for years. I think I encountered you in just such a capacity recently or some time ago in my numerous lawsuits against the State of Missouri.

    To make the matter short, I think that RSMo is unconstitutional in that it takes what is supposed to be a right -- to run for public office as a candidate -- and turns that inherent right under a republican representative form of government into a privilege which must be paid for by signing what is in effect a confession as to what you have 'earned' as 'income' from whatever source derived. There are so many constitutional violations in these assumptions that I do not care to get into them here. I gave Amanda Conner warning that I was recording the call and stated that I would send in a message to you as General Council stating my intention of spending $350 to file a constitutional challenge to RSMo 115.342 and asking that until this law be proven or disproven constitutional that all declared candidates be allowed to stay on the ballot, regardless of your interpretation of RSMo 115.342.

    I have notified the Newton County Clerk that yet another federal lawsuit is headed her way.

    If you are in any wise interested in heading this matter off by denying me standing to file this lawsuit, you may get in touch with me via e-mail at PastorLindstedt@gmail.com or calling (417) 472-6901. If my name is removed from the ballot, then I shall be forced to spend $350 to file a federal civil and election rights lawsuit before the Western District of Missouri.


    Hail Victory!!!

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    Default GOP slates fair for area candidates

    GOP slates fair for area candidates


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    Neosho, Mo. — While the August primary is a couple of months away, the Newton County Republican Central Committee is offering a candidate fair.

    The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 14, at the Lampo Building, 500 E. Spring St., Neosho.

    “The purpose is to have folks be able to meet all of the contested county [Republican] candidates in one place, talk to them one-on-one and also hear them speak for three minutes each,” said Nick Myers, chairman of the Newton County GOP central committee. “So all contested candidates are invited, they will be able to have a table along the walls of the Lampo Building, be able to visit with folks from 6:30 to 7 p.m. And then at 7 p.m., we will go through ballot order and have the candidates speak for maximum of three minutes. After that, people will be able to visit with the candidates again one-on-one.”

    Contested offices are: county commissioner district 1 — Alan Cook, Kyle Seaman and Henry O. Stout; county commissioner district 2 — W.B. “Doc” McCready, Rick McCully, Jim Jackson and Carl Brand; sheriff — Ken Copeland and Mike Langland; assessor — Tami Renfro Owens and Gloria Van Winkle Gourley; public administrator —JeAnna McGarrah, Billie Adams-Herrell and Ryan Childers.

    “We expect every candidate to come and I expect a good turnout,” Myers said. “We have invited state-wide candidates also. We will be conducting the straw polls and raffle for prizes that we will award at the watermelon feed.”
    The watermelon feed will be held on July 31 at Big Spring Park, weather permitting.

    As far as what the general public needs to do for the June 14 candidate fair, Myers said, “the main thing they need to do is bring their friends and neighbors and get to know these candidates. This is unique in this time that, as far as Republicans and Democrats go, there is no Democrats on the general election ballot for the county offices.”

    All interested Republicans from Southwest Missouri are invited to attend the candidate fair.

    For more information, call Myers at 623-2214 or visit newtoncountyrepublicans @gmail.com


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    Default Your View: Hypocrisy on display

    Your View: Hypocrisy on display
    Your View: Hypocrisy on display


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    By Marilyn Beasley
    Special to The Globe

    JOPLIN, Mo. — We’ve heard outcries from the liberal left regarding “separation of church and state” whenever a Christian voices their opinion, or whenever anything is said about supporting faith-based organizations.

    We’ve had the Internal Revenue Service investigate churches where pastors have spoken against the things that are being promoted by government, and telling their congregation what the Bible says about those things. We’ve had churches threatened with their 501C3 status if the pastor warns the congregation about those running for office and what they stand for. Yet, just recently we see the absolute total hypocrisy demonstrated by none other than Attorney General Eric Holder and the IRS.

    On May 30, Eric Holder and the administrator of the IRS met with a council of African-American pastors. Their aim was to inform the pastors of what they can do in their churches to help re-elect Barack Obama without breaking the law. Now mind you, this is the government telling churches what they can do to help in a presidential campaign. Not only that, but according to an article in Politico, Holder told the council that “the sacred right to vote is under assault nationwide, with federal laws that could weaken, or block, minority access to the ballot box this fall.” The federal laws Holder is referring to are those requiring voter identification.

    The states that have passed voter identification laws and those that are trying to get the law passed will do everything to ensure that anyone who is a legal voter can get a photo ID. The people that these laws will block are the illegal voters; the dead people who have voted in numerous elections around the country, those individuals who vote in more than one state, those who are not citizens, felons, dogs, and even Mickey Mouse. I believe the majority of people in this country would like to have their vote count and not negated by some fraudulent vote.

    Every church that has been threatened by the IRS or the Justice Department should pay heed to the hypocrisy being demonstrated by these government officials. The next time someone yells “separation of Church and State,” just point them to Eric Holder and the IRS.

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    Default Sheriff’s race heating up — again, Candidates stump at political fair -- 15June12

    Sheriff’s race heating up — again
    Candidates stump at political fair


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    Posted Jun 15, 2012 @ 12:23 AM
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    Neosho, Mo. — The race for Newton County Sheriff is hotly contested again this election year, with Sheriff Ken Copeland squaring off against fellow Republican challenger Mike Langland.

    The two swapped jabs Thursday evening in front of a crowd of nearly 200 area Republicans, at a candidate fair hosted by the Newton County Republican Central Committee and held at the Lampo Building.

    Copeland, who has served as Newton County Sheriff since 2004, cited his 30 years of law enforcement experience and eight years as sheriff as he works to win a third term.

    Langland, who served in law enforcement for nearly 20 years, cited experience working as an international police advisor in Iraq, as well as a Newton County deputy, as giving him the skills needed for the position.

    However, Langland spent the majority of the three minutes allotted to each candidate speaking of Copeland’s ethics in an alleged incident involving a member of the current sheriff’s family.

    Langland said he had heard a story alleging Copeland’s family member was involved in a theft incident in northern Newton County. He also alleged that Copeland had performed a closed-door investigation on the matter.

    “My understanding was the parties injured did not want to pursue any criminal charges,” Langland said. “One could say ‘no harm, no foul’ except we have a sheriff involved in investigating a possible crime in which a family member was involved.”
    Langland also cited a cease and desist letter, allegedly from Copeland’s attorney.

    “I have been blown up, shot at and stabbed, Sheriff Copeland: I don’t intimidate well,” Langland said.

    Copeland denied Langland’s allegations.

    “It’s unfortunate you can get up here and say anything you want and make any untrue allegations that you want to,” Copeland said. “That being said, let me tell you what is true. In 2004, you elected me to be your sheriff, you put your trust and support in me, and again in 2008, you apparently thought I was doing a pretty good job, because again you put your support and confidence in me. I’ve not let you down one time.”

    Copeland added that every major crime occurring in Newton County under his watch has been solved, and cited his experience serving in two major tornadoes and a church shooting.

    Candidates for the other four contested county offices were also on hand Thursday evening. The races include two commission seats, to be vacated by Jerry Black, District 1 and Jack Sanders, District 2, when they retire at the end of their terms. There is also a three-way race for public administrator, as incumbent Diane Dodson opted not to seek reelection. In the race for county assessor incumbent Gloria VanWinkle Gourley is being challenged by Tami Renfro Owens.

    Commission, District 1

    The District 1 seat serves south Joplin to the Oklahoma border, comes across Joplin, down to Granby and Diamond and stops at the northern border of the Fairview precinct.

    • Alan Cook — Cook, a Crowder College alum, said this is a pivotal time for Newton County, as both commissioners prepare to retire. He said wise use of taxpayer dollars would be his No. 1 goal as a commissioner. He spoke of his involvement in the community, as well as experience in long-term planning and disaster recovery.

    • Henry O. Stout — Stout, who worked for the Newton County Sheriff’s Department for the last 25 years, hopes to continue serving the county by taking office. He said it is important to look for waste in the county budget, and cited past farm, insurance and management experience as helping him relate to many county residents.
    n Kyle Seaman is also seeking election to the District 1 seat, though he was not at Thursday evening’s event.

    Commission, District 2

    District 2 serves the remaining area of Newton County not covered by District 1.

    • W.B. “Doc” McCready — McCready, a Seneca native, said economic growth, stability, and road and bridge issues are top priorities in Newton County. He cited small-business experience, as well as eight years on the Seneca Special Road District as readying him for the seat.

    • Rick McCully — McCully, who formerly served as Granby mayor, spoke of his experience as mayor, a council member, and a board member on the East Newton Board of Education.

    • Jim Jackson — Jackson, best known for his years as a local news anchor, said he is ready to get involved in Newton County. He said if elected he would be dedicated, passionate and make teamwork the emphasis. He said good infrastructure and being a good steward with taxpayer’s money are both important if elected.

    • Carl Brand — Brand, a former chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy, is running for public office for the first time. He said open, public town hall meetings to discuss budget concerns and projects would be important to him as a commissioner.

    Assessor

    • Tami Renfro Owens — Owens, a lifelong Neosho resident, has formerly served as a deputy assessor in Newton County, as well as in small business, management and real estate. She promises to use her people management skills to provide taxpayers with improved service.

    • Gloria VanWinkle Gourley — Gourley, incumbent assessor, said Newton County taxpayers remain her highest priority. She said she has implemented an open door policy and encourages anyone with concerns about their assessments to approach her to discuss them.

    Public Administrator

    • JeAnna McGarrah — McGarrah, a registered nurse, has worked as a case manager, patient advocate and emergency room nurse. She also owns a Neosho real estate business with her husband. McGarrah says she has experience fighting against insurance agencies and Medicare on behalf of patients.

    • Billie Adams-Herrell — Adams-Herrell serves as an assistant to Dodson, the current public administrator. She says the job requires someone who can make daily decisions regarding people’s financial, emotional and physical well-being. She says her compassion and dedication, as well as state statutes will guide her if elected.

    • Ryan Childers — Childers works in customer service at the Toyota dealership in Joplin, and has formerly worked in insurance. He says his experience as a caring professional in customer service and public relations have left him well equipped for the position.

    State races

    Several contested state races were also represented at Thursday evening’s event.

    Local state senators Bill Reiboldt, Bill White, and Bill Lant were also on hand for the candidate fair, though Reiboldt and White are running uncontested.

    Lant, representing the newly drawn 159th district, which encompasses all of McDonald County as well as Southern Newton County, is being challenged by Freddie Jennings.

    • Jennings – The challenger said he is running for office to fight against “big, intrusive” government. He said the district needs representatives who will fight for them, and help reclaim the things that made Missouri great.

    • Lant – First elected to his position two years ago, Lant listed his work on numerous senate committees as well as his success in getting bills passed. He said he has also received an ‘A’ rating from the National Rifle Association on his defense of gun rights.

    Also on hand at the candidate fair were secretary of state candidates, Scott Rupp, Shane Schoeller and Bill Stouffer, candidates for U.S. Congress, Mike Moon and Tom Stilson, and Lieutenant Governor candidate Brad Lager.

    There were also numerous representatives for other state-wide candidates available to discuss the issues with area voters.

    Nick Myers, committee chairman, said it is important to note that many of the races will be decided in the Aug. 7 primary, as there are no Democrats running for the county seats.

    However, there are two Libertarian candidates on the ballot. Roxie Fausnaught, of Granby, is seeking the District 1 Commissioner seat, and Heather Bowers, of Neosho, is seeking the District 2 Commissioner seat.


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    Susan Redden: GOP candidate fair attracts a crowd

    By Susan Redden
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    June 17, 2012



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    JOPLIN, Mo. — Interest in August primary election races is growing, at least based on the number of spectators who attended a Republican candidate fair Thursday in Newton County.

    More than 150 people packed the Lampo Building in Neosho to hear from state and local GOP candidates. The event provided an opportunity for residents to hear from all three Republican candidates running for secretary of state.

    The three — state Rep. Scott Rupp, state Rep. Shane Schoeller and state Sen. Bill Stouffer — all pledged strong support for photo-identification requirements for voting and said they, if elected, would operate the office to accommodate businesses in the state.

    “That office is the front door for business in the state, and I’m sick and tired of 9 percent unemployment,” said Rupp, of Wentzvlle.

    He said he would make sure that troops serving overseas would get their ballots and get them counted.

    Schoeller, of Willard, said he would create a “fair ballot commission” to ensure fair and accurate language on initiative and referendum questions submitted to voters. He said he would reduce the number of administrative rules enforced by the office, adding: “In Missouri, there are 60 different classifications to register a business. In Kansas, there’s only 10.”

    Stouffer, of Marshall, said ballot language “should be clear and concise,” and that the secretary of state should “leave politics outside the door.”

    State Sen. Brad Lager, of Savannah, who is among those challenging Peter Kinder in the GOP race for lieutenant governor, said Missouri needs a new climate to attract growth.

    “The private sector will always do a better job creating jobs, but government creates the business climate,” he said.

    Two GOP candidates who are challenging U.S. Rep. Billy Long’s re-election also spoke. Tom Stilson, of Ozark, said he would work to cut taxes and regulation, and to eliminate the federal Department of Education and Department of Energy.

    “The free market should decide energy policy,” he said.

    Mike Moon, of Ash Grove, cited as an example of unnecessary spending federal funds that recently were announced to keep AmeriCorps workers in Joplin in connection with tornado recovery efforts.

    “They’re paid volunteers, when people are willing to come in and work for free,” he said. “Congress can’t afford to bail out companies or cities.”

    Long wasn’t there because he had committed to speak to a gathering of school administrators, said Nick Myers, chairman of the Newton County Republican Central Committee, which sponsored the gathering. Long and other candidates sent representatives to the gathering.

    Also speaking were incumbent state Rep. Bill Lant and Freddy Jennings, who is challenging the re-election of the one-term representative.

    Lant, of Joplin, said he co-sponsored legislation signed Thursday by Gov. Jay Nixon adding cellphones to the state’s no-call list for telemarketers. He also cited his work on legislation to make health care more available in rural areas, and to battle child abuse and neglect.

    Jennings, of Goodman, said he would support a smaller, less-intrusive state government.

    Democrats’ website

    Democrats in Jasper and Newton counties have a new home on the Internet.

    The website for Southwest Missouri Democrats will include information on upcoming events, candidates’ videos and blogs, and opportunities to get involved. It also will provide connections to local Democrats, plus information on politics at the local, state and national levels.

    The site: www.swmodems.org.


    Susan Redden is a staff writer for the Globe. She can be reached at sredden@joplinglobe.com or 417-623-3480, ext. 7258.


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    Default No need to delay the [s]election.

    No need to delay the [s]election.


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    Kay Baum, Newton County Clerk, called me around 10:15 am 19 June 2012 and told me that she needed to know whether or not I would convene a nominating committee or not because she needed to get the primary ballots printed for the Libertoon Party so that absentee voting could take place on 26 June 2012.

    I told her that there was no intention of


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