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By Betty Freauf

November 23, 2004

For a number of years Americans have been noticing an obvious, concerted effort to changes taking place in the U.S.A. from one of individual rights and freedoms to a one-world collective government. Individuality is out. Collective thinking, strategic leadership and facilitated Hegelian dialectic are in full swing. These concepts have not only infiltrated government and business, but are now gaining a foothold in the churches as well.

Numerous watchmen on the wall have been calling out the warning for years which have fallen mostly on deaf ears prior to 9-11. Up until then most people had simply taken for granted the rights generations before us were given in the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. They simply did not realize that our beloved country was being threatened by a monstrous evil in the world.

Perhaps no one has put out more detailed information and early warnings than K. Maureen Heaton in her book The Impossible Dream wherein she indicates the true goal of those working in the "secret government" behind the curtain is to return to feudalism. This book written in 1990 is about an "elitist dream as old as Plato", she writes, a dream of power stolen from those in whom it was vested in the beginning and gradually transferred to self-appointed, unaccountable would-be rulers in the numerous alpha agencies created in America with similar counterparts throughout the world.

Heaton is a direct descendant through her mother of John Hart, who signed the Declaration of Independence, and on her fathers' side as a refugee from the potato famine in Ireland, who volunteered to serve his adopted country in the Civil War. Her book The Impossible Dream will open eyes to the facts of "a riddle inside a mystery wrapped in an enigma" and give you the key to dissolution of an impending nightmare of almost unbelievable proportions.

Heaton, who lived in Washington State, dedicated her original book to another patriot by the name of Jo Hindman who lived in Oregon when she was doing her research and writing about the United Nations regional/administrative government which was circumventing ever so gradually our constitutional.

For those who are not yet familiar with administrative/regional government and how a Republican president through a simple executive order gave it to us, check out my article, Beware of the Metrocrats.

Understandably, Oregon and Washington were colored blue in the last presidential election cycle along with California where Hollywood's United Nations global philosophy seems to rise to the surface and the mainline media gives plenty of ink and air time to the spokespeople promoting this agenda.

This U.N. administrative government has a very tight rein on the leaders in these three states. In fact, Oregon even has vote-by-mail - a sure step in the direction of possible voter fraud. Communist leaders are on record as endorsing this concept. A League of Women Voters' member was co-sponsor of the initiative along with a Republican County Elections clerk and foolish, misled, lazy Oregonians passed it.

It matters nor which party wins. The first rule of politics is to put loyal followers into key positions who will continue supporting centralized, administrative government. We've gone from self government to self preservation in these alpha governmental agencies which we find inefficient and wasteful and while the two-party system spews out a bunch of psychobabble about how things will change when THEIR PARTY gets into power, we find after the votes are counted, things remain the same but lately seem to be getting worse. In the criminal justice system it's called recidivism but alpha agency employees are not punished for mistakes but instead are promoted and given pay increases. Read: Der Heimatland Polizei, The Curse of Regionald Governments, The Demopublican Party Wins again.

Texas Republican Senator Kay Hutchinson has written a book about heroines but I'm betting she doesn't mention patriotic women like Heaton and Hindman whose knowledge went far beyond any of our elected officials who, with rare exceptions, did not see the evil evolving and if they did, feared and failed to call out the warning as these two women, now deceased, have done.

Congressman John R. Rarick as early as 1971 was an exception and called out the warning in congressional meetings and worked in conjunction with Jo Hindman. He wrote the introduction in Heaton's book. He said every generation has its Patrtick Henrys and its Joan of Arc who, through true grit and fortitude sound the trumpet of alarm to those who refuse to believe but who then wonder how it all came about. Rarick writes "As we enter the 90s, more and more Americans are becoming aware that something sinister and bad is going on in America... great changes affecting our customs, our dress, our morals, laws and money. Our population has changed so dramatically that as Mrs. Heaton postulates, it is as if we awakened one morning in a foreign country."

Michael Savage in his book The Savage Nation (c) 2002 says "We are told to stand by and let lunatics in positions of authority endanger public safety" while diseased legal and illegal immigrants come across our open borders.

Maureen was an optimist and felt if people found out what was happening, that they could reverse our destiny but since the 9-11, we seem to be moving even more rapidly down the slippery slope towards a totalitarian government in the interest of fighting terrorism.

When President Bush visited Medford, Oregon in mid October, a small plane was forced to the ground by two F-16 fighter jets after violating restricted air space. So where were those F-16 fighter jets on 9-11-01?

During the president's visit to Southern Oregon, police in riot gear fired paint balls filled with cayenne pepper in Jacksonville, Oregon to disperse a crowd of protesters where he spent the night after a campaign appearance. Witnesses said Bush supporters were on one side of the street chanting "Four more years" and supporters of John Kerry were on the other chanting "Three more weeks." This historic gold mining town of Jacksonville has a population of a little more than 2,000 people.

David Wilkerson wrote in his book THE VISION (c) 1974 that God is allowing nature to pound this earth with one crisis after another to warn of the approaching day of wrath and judgment.

A bill allowing more borrowing to pay the government's bills with a current limit of $8 trillion was passed by the House along party lines by a 208-204 vote. On November 19th President George W. Bush signed it. Budget Committee Members Don't Have to Know Substraction.

How much longer can the middle class continue filling the continual budget gap when their own credit card debt is also astronomical and they are borrowing the equity out of their homes to help pay their bills? How many will end up in homeless shelters in years to come?

Are we courting economic disaster which always brings with it chaos and that chaos virtually assures totalitarian rule and loss of more freedom? The creation of crises is another tool used by government intellectuals to keep people concentrating on anything other than their loss of wealth and freedom.

Women like Maureen and Jo had much important information in their personal libraries but they will never have a library dedicated in their honor. Their only claim to be fame may be membership in the mutual admiration society called the "kitchen intelligentsia".

Over and above what I've supplied in this article, Maureen's book connects the dots even more. I have a couple books available for sale published by her Hart Publications in Bellingham, Washington which may no longer exist. We are looking into possibly republishing more books if we can find Maureen's heirs to get permission and if the interest is there to warrant the out-of-pocket costs.

Henry Kissinger said on May 21, 1992 at a Bilderberger organizational meeting at Evian, France, "Today Americans would be outraged if U.N. troops entered L.A. to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to deliver them from evil.... Individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government."

� 2004 Betty Freauf - All Rights Reserved

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Betty is a former Oregon Republican Party activist having served as state party secretary, county chairman, 5th congressional vice chairman and then elected chairman, and a precinct worker for many years. Betty is a researcher, freelance journalist and a regular contributor to  New E-Mail: [email protected]








Hegelian dialectic are in full swing. These concepts have not only infiltrated government and business, but are now gaining a foothold in the churches as well.