beastnet - 4 July 1994 Announcing BeastNet! On this...

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4 July 1994 Announcing BeastNet! On this historic day, we are pleased to announce the creation of a new voice for freedom, a new champion of liberty, and a new means of creating a better life for all Americans. BeastNet is now online! What Is BeastNet? BeastNet is a loosely affiliated private coalition of sovereign citizens dedicated to fighting the Beast and its agents in all their manifestations. BeastNet is an electronic champion for free speech, civil liberties and Constitutional rights. How Did BeastNet Come to Be? Any serious examination of the sate of affairs in the world today--specifically in the United States--is likely to ellicit one of two typical responses: 1) You experience a shock so great and startling that you are spurred to action to right the wrongs of the world, but in the process, you lose sanity and any semblance of a normal life. 2) You decide immediately that the situation is hopeless, things can't be salvaged, and the best course of action is to sit back and chuckle (or perhaps fiddle) while the world burns. The founders of BeastNet are happy with neither of these options, and have thus decided to combine the two into a "chuckle-while-we-save-the-world" approach. BeastNet is predicated on the unifying theory that "The Beast" is the name we have given to that which is despised as contrary to the peaceful, prosperous and common interests of the nations and individuals of the world. Similarly, "Agents of The Beast" are people or orginizations who, either unwittingly or with full cognizance, work to further the cause of The Beast. The founders of BeastNet understand that it is not only their right to speak out against injustice, intolerance and oppression, but in fact their duty as Americans and citizens of the earth to fight these evils. The Beast, as you may have guessed by now, is everywhere. It lurks in
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2009 for the course CC CAd 504 taught by Professor Chickenyoun during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.

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