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  AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF THE INDEPENDENT AND UNITED STATES:

  AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF ALABAMA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF ALASKA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF AMERICAN SAMOA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF ARIZONA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF ARKANSAS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF CALIFORNIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF COLORADO

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF CONNECTICUT

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF DELAWARE

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF FLORIDA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF GEORGIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF GUAM

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF HAWAII

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF IDAHO

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF ILLINOIS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF INDIANA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF IOWA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF KANSAS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF KENTUCKY

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF LOUISIANA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MAINE

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MARSHALL ISLANDS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MARYLAND

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MASSACHUSETTS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MICHIGAN

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MINNESOTA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MISSISSIPPI

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OFMISSOURI

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF MONTANA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEBRASKA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEVADA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEW JERSEY

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEW MEXICO

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NEW YORK

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NORTH CAROLINA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NORTH DAKOTA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF OHIO

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF OKLAHOMA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF OREGON

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF PALAU

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF PENNSYLVANIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF PUERTO RICO

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF RHODE ISLAND

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF SOUTH CAROLINA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF SOUTH DAKOTA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF TENNESSEE

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF TEXAS

 
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AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF VIRGIN ISLANDS

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF VIRGINIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF WASHINGTON

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF WEST VIRGINIA

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF WISCONSIN

 
AMERICAN PATRIOT PARTY OF WYOMING

 

 

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  APP Opposition Groups:

  Southern Poverty Law Center
The Center for Propaganda for Socialism in America.

It is opposed to Citizen MILITIAS.

...in Opposition of the Constitution as it was written & against the principles of Common Law... A REVERSE HATE GROUP -

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SPL #4

 

     This group say they want to protect  on one hand - but then allow the deviant of society to brain wash and then misuse others or each other outside the Laws of Nature; Allowing for the existence of Voluntary Slavery  & Slavery - The relinquishment of inalienable rights. This Group, Communist / Socialist in nature,  places a form of "Subjugated Peace" under a central national government;  Instead of abiding by the True Principles of Freedom established in small well represented and independent republics;

 See: 
John Locke with regard to such a "peace"  word search LAMB on his Second Treatise on Civil Government.

  The SPLC are a proponent of reverse hate; and are a proponent for the use of national force, cumulated by government "laws" which have been created without authority  - i.e. under the
PRETENSE OF AUTHORITY.

See Virginia Resolution, James Madison, denouncing when the government makes itself and not the Constitution the Measure of its powers.

 

 

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  States State Elections Division, Secretary of State Directory and State Constitutions:


  ALABAMA

Office of Secretary of State
PO Box 5616
Montgomery, AL 36106
(334) 242-7559 FAX (334) 242-2444

http://www.sos.state.al.us/ election/index.cfm


Alabama Elections and Voting
http://www.alabama.gov/p ortal/government/voting.js p



Alabama Elections Division
http://www.alabamaintera ctive.org/ 

http://www.sos.state.al.us/ election/index.cfm



Alabama State Constitution

http://www.legislature.stat e.al.us/CodeOfAlabama/C onstitution/



  ALASKA

Alaska Elections Division and Voting:

http://www.state.ak.us/loc al/akdir1.shtml



 PO Box 110017
Juneau, AK 99811-0017
(907) 465-4611 FAX (907) 465-3203

Alaska State Government Directory

http://www.state.ak.us



Alaska State Constitution

http://ltgov.state.ak.us/co nstitution.php




  AMERICAN SAMOA

Election Officer
PO Box 3790
Pago Pago AS 96799
011-684-633-2522 FAX 011-684-633-7116

http://www.electionoffice.a s


 

  ARIZONA

Secretary of State's Office
1700 W. Washington, 7th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602) 542-8683 FAX (602) 542-6172

http://www.azsos.gov



Arizona Elections Division and Votinghttp://www.azsos.gov/elec tion

Arizona State Constitution

http://www.azleg.gov/Con stitution.asp




  ARKANSAS

Arkansas Secretary of State

http://www.sos.arkansas.g ov



Secretary of State, State Capitol, Room 026
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 682-3419 FAX (501) 682-3408

Arkansas Constitution

http://www.sos.arkansas.g ov/ar-constitution/arconst/ arconst.htm




  CALIFORNIA

California Secretary of State

http://www.sos.arkansas.g ov/ar-constitution/arconst/ arconst.htm



California State Elections Division and Voting

http://www.ss.ca.gov/elect ions/elections.htm



 1500 11th St., 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 657-2166 FAX (916) 653-3214

California State Constitution

http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/ const-toc.html




  COLORADO

Colorado Secretary of State

http://www.sos.state.co.us



Colorado State Elections Division and Voting

http://www.elections.color ado.gov



1700 Broadway, Suite 270
Denver, CO 80290
(303) 894-2680 FAX (303) 869-7731

Colorado State Constitution

http://www.colorado.gov/d pa/doit/archives/constituti on/index.html




  CONNECTICUT

Connecticut Secretary of State

http://www.sots.ct.gov



Connecticut State Elections Division and Voting

http://www.sots.ct.gov/Ele ctionsServices/ElectionInd ex.html



30 Trinity Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 509-6100 FAX (860) 509-6127

Connecticut State Constitution

http://www.sots.ct.gov/Re gisterManual/SectionI/ctc onstit.htm




  DELAWARE

Delaware Secretary of State

http://www.state.de.us/so s



Delaware State Elections Division

http://www.state.de.us/ele ction



 111 S. West Street, Suite 10
Dover, DE 19904
(302) 739-4277 FAX (302) 739- 6794

Delaware Elections Directory

http://delaware.gov/egov/ portal.nsf



Delaware State Constitution

http://www.state.de.us/fac ts/constit/de_const.htm




  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - WASHINGTON DC

District of Columbia Secretary of State

http://www.os.dc.gov/os/si te



District of Columbia Board of Ethics and Elections

http://www.dcboee.org



441 Fourth St., NW, Suite 250N
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 727-2525 FAX (202) 347-2648

District of Columbia Home Rule Act

http://www.abfa.com/ogc/ hract.htm




  FLORIDA

Florida Department of State

http://www.dos.state.fl.us



Florida State Elections Division

http://election.dos.state.fl. us/index.html



Room 316, R.A. Gray Building
500 S. Bronough Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250
(850) 245-6200 FAX (850) 245-6217

Florida State Constitution

http://www.leg.state.fl.us/ Statutes/index.cfm




  GEORGIA

Georgia Secretary of State
http://www.georgia.gov

Georgia State Elections Division
 Suite 1104, West Tower
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, SE
Atlanta, GA 30334-1505
(404) 656-2871 FAX (404) 651-9536

http://www.sos.state.ga.u s/elections



Georgia State Constitution

http://www.sos.state.ga.u s/ELECTIONS/constitutio n.htm




  GUAM

Guam Secretary of State
Governor of Guam

http://guamgovernor.net



Guam Election Commission
PO Box BG
Agana, GU 96910
(671) 477-9791 Fax: (671) 477-1895

http://www.guamelection. org



Attorney General of Guam
The Organic Act of Guam

http://www.guamattorneyg eneral.com




HAWAII

Office of Elections
802 Lehua Avenue
Pearl City, HI 96782
(808) 453-8683 FAX (808) 453-6006

http://www.state.hi.us/elec tions




IDAHO

Idaho Secretary of State
700 W. Jefferson, Rm. 203
Boise, ID 83720-0080
(208) 334-2300 FAX (208) 334-2282

http://www.idsos.state.id.u s/elect/eleindex.htm




  ILLINOIS

State Board of Elections1020 S. Spring St., PO Box 4187
Springfield, IL 62708
(217) 782-4141 FAX (217) 782-5959

http://www.elections.il.gov




  INDIANA

Indiana Election Division
302 W. Washington, Rm E204
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-3939 FAX (317) 233-6793

http://www.in.gov/sos/elec tions




  IOWA

Iowa Secretary of State Office
321 E. 12th Street
Des Moines, IA 50319
(515) 281-5823 FAX (515) 281-7142

http://www.sos.state.ia.us




  KANSAS

Deputy Assistant for Elections
120 SW 10th Ave.
First Floor, Memorial Hall
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1594
(785) 296-4561 FAX (785) 291-3051

http://www.kssos.org




  KENTUCKY

State Board of Elections
140 Walnut St.,
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 573-7100 FAX (502) 573-4369

http://www.kysos.com/ind ex/main/elecdiv.asp




  LOUISIANA

Commissioner of Elections
8549 United Plaza Blvd.
P.O. Box 94125
Baton Rouge, LA 70802-9125
(225) 922-0900 FAX (225) 922-0945

http://www.sec.state.la.us/ elections/elections-index. htm




  MAINE

Secretary of State
101 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0101
(207) 624-7734 FAX (207) 287-5428

Elections Director
101 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0101
(207) 624-7734 FAX (207) 287-5428

http://www.maine.gov/sos/ cec/elec




  MARYLAND

State Board of Elections
P.O. Box 6486
Annapolis, Maryland 21401-0486
(410) 269-2840 FAX (410) 974-2019

http://www.elections.state. md.us




  MASSACHUSETTS

Election Division
One Ashburton Place, Room 1705
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 727-2828 FAX (617) 742-3238

http://www.state.ma.us/se c/ele/eleidx.htm




  MICHIGAN

Bureau of Elections
Treasury Building, 1st Floor
430 W. Allegan Street
Lansing, MI 48918
(517) 373-2540 FAX (517) 241-2784
 

http://www.michigan.gov/s os/0,1606,7-127-1633---, 00.html




  MINNESOTA

Secretary of State
180 State Office Building
100 Rev. Martin Luther King Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
(651) 215-1440 FAX (651) 296-9073

http://www.sos.state.mn.u s/election/index.html



  MISSISSIPPI

Secretary of State for Elections
PO Box 136, 401 Mississippi St.
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-6368 FAX (601) 359-1499

http://www.sos.state.ms.u s




MISSOURI

Missouri Secretary of State's Office
PO Box 1767
Jefferson City, MO 65102
(573) 751-2301 FAX (573) 526-3242

http://www.sos.mo.gov/ele ctions




  MONTANA

Deputy for Elections
PO Box 202801
Helena, MT 59620
(406) 444-5376 FAX (406) 444-2023

http://sos.state.mt.us/css/i ndex.asp




  NEBRASKA

Secretary of State
State Capitol, Suite 2300
Lincoln, NE 68502
(402) 471-3229 FAX (402) 471-3237

http://www.nol.org/home/ SOS/Elections/election.ht m




  NEVADA

Nevada Secretary of State
101 North Carson St., Suite 3
Carson City, NV 89701
(775) 684-5793 FAX (775) 684-5718

http://sos.state.nv.us




  NEW HAMPSHIRE

Secretary of State
State House, Room 204
Concord, NH 03301-4989
(603) 271-5335 FAX (603) 271-7933

http://www.sos.nh.gov/ele ctionsnew.htm




  NEW JERSEY

Division of Elections
Office of the Attorney General
44 South Clinton Avenue, 7th Floor
P.O Box 304
Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0304
(609) 292-3760 FAX (609)777-1280

http://www.njelections.org




  NEW MEXICO

Director of Elections
State Capitol Annex
325 Don Gaspar, Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87503
(505) 827-3620 FAX (505) 827-8403

http://www.sos.state.nm.u s/Main/Elections/ElectionI nfo.htm




  NEW YORK

State Board of Elections
40 Steuben Street
Albany, NY 12207
(518) 474-8100 (518) 486-4068

http://www.elections.state. ny.us




  NORTH CAROLINA

State Board of Elections
PO Box 27255
Raleigh, North Carolina 27611-7255
(919) 733-7173 FAX (919) 715-0135

http://www.sboe.state.nc. us




  NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota Secretary of State
600 E Boulevard Ave Dept 108
Bismarck, ND 58505-0500
(701) 328-3660 FAX (701) 328-2992

http://www.nd.gov/sos




  OHIO

Ohio Secretary of State
Director of Elections
180 E. Broad St., 15th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 466-2585 FAX (614) 752-4360

http://www.sos.state.oh.u s/sos/elections/index.html




  OKLAHOMA

State Election Board
Room 6, State Capitol
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-2391 FAX (405) 521-6457

http://www.state.ok.us/~el ections




  OREGON

Director of Elections
Office of the Secretary of State
141 State Capitol
Salem, OR 97310
(503) 986-1518 FAX (503) 373-7414

http://www.sos.state.or.us /elections/elechp.htm




  PENNSYLVANIA

Commissioner of Elections
210 North Office Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 787-5280 FAX (717) 705-0721

http://www.dos.state.pa.u s/bcel/site/default.asp




  PUERTO RICO

Puerto Rico State Election Commission
P.O. Box 195552
San Juan, PR 00919-5552
(787) 777-8675 FAX (787) 296-0173

http://www.ceepur.org




  RHODE ISLAND

State Board of Elections
50 Branch Avenue
Providence, RI 02904
(401) 222-2345 FAX (401) 222-3135

http://www.elections.state. ri.us




  SOUTH CAROLINA

State Election Commission
Post Office Box 5987
Columbia, SC 29250
(803) 734-9060 FAX (803) 734-9366

http://www.state.sc.us/scs ec




  SOUTH DAKOTA

Election Supervisor
500 East Capitol Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
(605) 773-3537 FAX (605) 773-6580

http://www.state.sd.us/sos




  TENNESSEE

Tennessee Secretary of State's Office
312 Eighth Avenue North
9th Floor
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-7956 FAX (615) 741-1278

http://www.state.tn.us/sos /election.htm




  TEXAS

Director of Elections, General Law Division
Secretary of State/ Election Division
Post Office Box 12060
Austin, TX 78711-2060
(512) 463-5650 FAX (512) 475-2811

http://www.sos.state.tx.us/ elections/index.shtml




  UTAH

Utah State Elections Office
Utah State Capitol Complex
East Office Building, Suite E325
P.O. Box 142325
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2325
(801) 538-1041 FAX (801) 538-1133

http://www.elections.utah. gov




  VERMONT

Director of Elections and Campaign Finance
Office of Secretary of State
26 Terrace Street, Drawer 09
Montpelier, Vermont 05609-1101
(802) 828-2304 FAX (802) 828-5171

http://www.sec.state.vt.us/ #elections




  VIRGIN ISLANDS

Supervisor of Elections
Election System of the Virgin Islands
Post Office Box 1499, Kingshill
St. Croix, VI 00851-1499
(340) 773-1021 FAX (340) 773-4523

http://www.vivote.gov




  VIRGINIA

Secretary of State, Board of Elections
200 North 9th Street, Room 101
Richmond, VA 23219
(800) 552-9745 or (804) 864-8901 FAX (804) 371-0194

http://www.sbe.state.va.u s




  WASHINGTON

Office of Secretary of State, Elections Division
Legislative Building, P.O. Box 40220
Olympia, WA 98504-0220
(360) 902-4180 FAX (360) 586-5629

http://www.vote.wa.gov




  WEST VIRGINIA

Manager of Elections
West Virginia Secretary of State Elections Division
1900 Kanawha Blvd E.
State Capitol Room 157-K
Charleston, WV 25305-0770
(304) 558-6000 FAX (304) 558-0900

http://www.wvsos.com




  WISCONSIN

Wisconsin State Elections Board
17 West Main Street, Suite 310Madison, WI 53703-3305
P.O. Box 2973
Madison, WI 53701-2973
(608) 266-8087 FAX (608) 267-0500

http://elections.state.wi.us




  WYOMING

Wyoming Secretary of State's Office
200 W. 24th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82002-0020
(307) 777-3573 FAX (307) 777-7640

http://soswy.state.wy.us/el ection/election.htm




Federal Government Links:

Official US Department of State
http://www.state.gov/

University of Chicago, Founders Constitution
 

http://press-pubs.uchicag o.edu/founders/



Constitution.Org
http://www.constitution.org

 




 

 

 

 

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The American Patriot Party
Comparison to
Other Political Parties

Part One of a Three Part Segment
 
See also American Patriot Party Regarding
International Definition of Political Left and Political Right

and The Progression of Socialism


The first rule is understanding that the
"State" of Nature respecting the "Law" of Nature to guide it, represents the Far Right,

Then
Constitutional Compacts to enforce the Law of Nature in the creation of free societies are the RIGHT in society and politics- Freedom and Property are protected under these basic laws and foundations;
This derives from the common law that establishes the the purpose of government is the protection of private property -
Read John Locke on Civil Government and the Absolute Rights of the Colonists that present this fact.

To the
Left are Various forms of Socialism  and collectives which include Fascism and Communism;
These forms naturally establish or degenerate through arbitrary power against the properties and liberties of the people.
All these forms that attack private property and require huge socialistic bureaucracies to operate, are correctly termed as
LEFT in society and politics.

To the
Far Left when these break down through ABUSES to the Law of Nature, is the temporary condition of  Anarchy which is the State of Nature without respect for the Law of Nature,
referring to lawlessness of any kind and
without compacts to enforce the Law of Nature;

Anarchy is a condition that will exist until either people respect the Laws of Nature; The protections reemerge to recognize and enforce again the Laws of Nature through Constitution"S";
Or else the people allow themselves to again be enslaved under Governments of arbitrary power.

Also Understand that Corporations, Unions, Tax supported Special interests and undelegated federal and state bureaucracies are ALL COLLECTIVES and are ALL state born
"Exclusive Privileges" which should not even exist in a free country; We have been warned by the Founders to guard against their existence; they are from undelegated, arrogated powers.   Collective Title in property equals Socialism;  True "Single" Individual Title in property equals Freedom.  (Not "fictitious individual" such as what Corporations are defined presently in Law)

DO NOT CONFUSE "Exclusive Privileged" "trade"
with "free trade". See
Contracts and Privileges.

FASCISM IS LEFT.  >>> WARNING: We have heard speakers at TEA PARTY RALLIES ATTEMPTING to place Fascism as being to the FAR RIGHT ;THIS IS INCORRECT.This is a "Centrist and Leftist" "Ploy" to make you think we need to move to the center i.e. toward the left; This is meant to confuse; Do not buy into it. Socialism and Communism and Fascism are ALL LEFT;  ALL THREE require huge socialistic bureaucracies to operate, all three attack private property and therefore are ALL THREE, are FORMS of SOCIALISM and ALL are "LEFT".

Read John Locke on Civil Government #201: " ...It is a mistake to think this fault is proper only to monarchies. Other forms of government are liable to it as well as that; for wherever the power that is put in any hands for the government of the people and the preservation of their properties is applied to other ends, and made use of to impoverish, harass, or subdue them to the arbitrary and irregular commands of those that have it, there it presently becomes tyranny, whether those that thus use it are "one or many". Thus we read of the thirty tyrants at Athens, as well as one at Syracuse; and the intolerable dominion of the Decemviri at Rome was nothing better."

The below graphs illustrate the correct definition and placement of Left and Right on a national scale with regard to political parties and general issues that define left and right.
Note that when we present "GENERAL PHRASE" Constitution, this describes what
James Madison defined in the "Virginia Resolutions" as Using the "GENERAL PHRASES" of the Constitution to grant the federal government powers NO WHERE INTENDED in the Constitution.
The Constitution being a VERY LIMITED grant of power, it's powers were expressly defined to follow the exact meanings set down in the Ratifying Conventions, and neither the federal government, federal supreme court,  federal legislative, Federal Executive,
States Legislative
NOR any means whatsoever could arrogate ANY more powers upon it. 

The Ratifying and Amendment Process was limited to changes "WITHIN" the DELEGATED POWERS GRANTED; It CAN NOT ARROGATE "ANY" NEW POWERwithout VIOLATING the Constitution.
An example is that
The Income Tax is still Unconstitutional because it ARROGATES a NEW POWER of "UNENUMERATED" TAXATION when the Constitution expressly limits the federal government to "ENUMERATED" TAXATION.
The States CANNOT RATIFY OR AMEND the Constitution to ARROGATE NEW POWERS UPON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
  To understand this FACT, Read the Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 (this link).  ......"...NOT BY ONE STEP".

 

Political Parties

LEFT

Anarchy:

The State of Nature,

Without the Law of Nature

"No Government Libertarians"

A misnomer
as it takes "law" to enforce "no law" and to enforce protection of "individual rights";

This group in the libertarian movement attempts to use National Law to enforce their willto do what they please against the will of local societies, private business and freedom of association or freedom of choice "NOT to associate".

Their oppinions contradict because they will use governments to impose their own definition of freedom.

Fascism, Monarchy, Dictatorship, Socialism, "Total" Democracies and Communism are all examples of FAR LEFT

Private Property is not secure and subject to other's will.

Green Party &
Progressive Party;

Both align with those that attempt to place international law in place of national, state and local laws;

This alienates State & Local powers and dissolves governments; Attacks and voids private property.

Nationalist Democrats

Promotes democracy mostly from the national level  and subjects the states to international treaties thereby removing state and local community powers.

This aligns them with Socialism

Imposes federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce through general phrases in constitution.

Moderate Democrats

Mostly innocent uneducated voters that are driven by emotion or jobs.

They are easily manipulated because they have never been educated in the true intents of the founders that created the Constitution;

Being in the hard work class, are too weary or poor to lift their head from the trough, Never schooled or lack the interest to learn, they are
easily swayed by Nationalist Propaganda, Media &
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

Centrists


A misnomer
as it describes a left leaning agenda of moderation between two left positioned moderate parties voting habits based upon ignorance.

 

Moderate Republicans       

Mostly innocent uneducated voters that are driven by emotion or jobs.

They are easily manipulated because they have never been educated in the true intents of the founders that created the Constitution;

Being in the hard work class, are too weary or poor to lift their head from the trough, Never schooled or lack the interest to learn, they are
easily swayed by Nationalist Propaganda, Media  &
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

General Phrase Constitution Libertarians

Though promoting individual freedoms, they attempt to use National Law regarding these rights to enforce their will to do what they please against the will of local societies, private business and freedom of association.

They Contradict themselves because they do not understand that freedom under government is to have a common law to live by and that it is not anything one LISTS.

See John Locke

A group easily swayed by Socialist Propaganda and Humanists.

General Phrase Constitution Republicans

Promotes some states rights but Grants federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce and subjugate states through general phrases in constitution.

A group easily swayed by Nationalist Federal Propaganda&
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

Constitution Party

Though promoting states rights, CP promotes federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce crimes which were reserved to the states and the people to enforce;

Good intentions are wasted on arrogating federal powers when strengthing state and community societal powers should be their target so societies can make the changes locally.

TEA PARTY

The Tea Party is made up of people that range between
"General Phrase"  Constitution al Libertarians to the left and those of the American Patriot Party at far right;

Depending on their education on the Constitution and Ratifying Conventions that define the Constitution

They are heavily courted by the "General Phrase" Constitution Republican Party which caters to Corporations

 

 

Shades of Socialism to <---Left

Left - Right Boundry
 

Freedom to --->Right

John Birch Society

American Patriot Party

Respects the Original Compacts and Intents.

Respects the Common Law Principles.

Respects Limited Delegated Powers.

Promotes Small Well Represented, Strong, and Independent State Republics with Common Law Foundations

Promotes Individual Rights
founded on Common Law Principles.

Limits the federal Government within it's ORIGINAL DELEGATE D POWERS.

RIGHT

State of Nature

Respecting the Law of Nature

References to Civil and Common Law Principles

 

John Locke establishes that where there is no law, there can be no freedom, as who can be free when you are at the mercy of another man's humour.

 

 

Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions 1798 on "General Phrases" & prosecuting crimes;Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 on "stepping
outside the delegated powers"

 

 

 

Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions 1798 on "General Phrases" & prosecuting crimes;Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 on "stepping
outside the delegated powers"

Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions 1798 on "General Phrases" & prosecuting crimes;Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 on "stepping
outside the delegated powers"

Virginia & Kentucky Resolutions 1798 on "General Phrases" & prosecuting crimes;Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788 on "stepping
outside the delegated powers"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APP Statement

 

See John Locke on Liberty and Freedom; Freedom is NOT anything that we LIST.

 

There is nothing new to "green" or "progressive" in practicing socialism or placing people under the subjugation of another government.

There is little difference between this group and the next three except that they actually know the difference and ignore the consequences.

The next three are virtually the same and fall into the warning given by Patrick Henry and Mr. Corbin of people "Enslaving themselves". .....

...because of their "lack of knowledge" regarding representative governments.

To this can be added their lack of knowledge of the necessity...

...of Original Compacts and Small territorial Republics; as well as Limited Compacts and Limited DelegatedPo wers; and the dangers of nationalism

An extension of the three at left are these next four exemplifying the danger of only reading part of a book then creating laws without understanding..  

the definitions of the words which were set down in the preceding book they never picked up to read; The Ratifying Conventions define the...

"General Phrases" in the Constitution which are many. If they understood the supremacy clause was limited mostly to Washington

...DC, their perception would be different or else they would land immediately in the National Democrat column

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Constitutional Law

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISSUES
COLUMN

Anarchy

NG Libertarian

Socialism

Green-Progres

N Democrats

M Democrats

Centrists

M Republicans

GP Libertarian

GP Republican

Constitution

Tea Party

 

 

 

 

John Birch S

Amer Patriot P

 

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NO Exclusive Privileges: Corporations, Unions, Tax supported Special Interests, Undelegated State and federally mandated Bureaucracies

 

Contradiction

Yet will use mandated bureaucracies to impose their will to do what they please against property owners who do not wish it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIGHT

State of Nature

Respecting the Law of Nature

Limited Local Environmental Laws

 

Contradiction
as it takes government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No Zoning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assumed

Marginal

Undeclared

Undeclared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Private, Local & State Militias Limited Army

 

Contradiction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strong States and Citizens

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smaller States

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unmentioned

Unmentioned

Unmentioned

Unmentioned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Rights

 

Contradiction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

States Rights

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Absolute Property Rights - No Property condemnation - No Imminent Domain

 

Contradiction

It takes government to protect property

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Undeclared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anonymity Tax
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anonymity Tax

 

Enumerated, Consensual State collected Federal Import Taxes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Undeclared

Undeclared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only Original Delegated Federal Powers

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No State born Exclusive Privileges - i.e. Corporations, Unions, Tax supported special interests or undelegated State or federal Bureaucracies.

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Contradiction

It takes Free Society to prohibit formation of exclusive privileges and limit government

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Undeclared

 -----------------

 

Left - Right Boundry

Rest of Graph Continued Below

 

 

 

RIGHT

State of Nature

Respecting the Law of Nature

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Anarchy-------

NGLibertarian-

 Socialism-----

Green-Progres

NDemocrats----

MDemocrats-

Centrists-------

MRepublicans--

GPLibertarian--

GPRepublican-

Constitution---

TeaParty-------

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JohnBirchS--

AmerPatriotPt-

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UP RIGHT = FREEDOM

HERE is the DIVISION POINT of RIGHT and LEFT with regard to ISSUES (Graph continues below);  Above is the indication parties have toward freedom as defined, security in private property and free governments that protect private property;
Below is nationalism, socialism and designs against private property.
 

When you read the Ratifying Conventions that define the words written in the Constitution, you will find they are correct; Often Political Parties offer platform statements to exclude what should be discussed, so to misinform those they wish to attract;
However it becomes quite clear when the
Important Constitutional issues are compared to most parties activities due to their corruption with allowingExclusive Privileges and Arrogated Federal Powers to exist.

NOTE:The allowance of "State Born Exclusive Privileges" is the beginning of all corruption in government;  Setting laws that prohibit "Exclusive Privileges" completely, establishes a true free government, true free trade and true freedom of contract.

Note that the "Freedom of Contract" does NOT apply to "Exclusive Privileges"
See or 2009 Newsletter: "Privileges and Contracts"  for more on this subject (link).
Allowing"Exclusive Privileges" to "exist" and wonderingwhy freedom isn't working;is the sameasAllowing a hole in the Titanic and then wondering why it no longer floats;
Neither belongs, as the correct operation of both rely on the fact that "Exclusive Privileges" and "the hole" do not exist.   Also note: Collective Title in property equals Socialism;  True "Single" Individual Title in property equals Freedom.  (not fictional individual such as Corporations)

DOWN LEFT = SOCIALISM

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Anarchy-------

NGLibertarian

 Socialism-----

Green-Progres

NDemocrats----

MDemocrats-

Centrists-------

MRepublicans--

GPLibertarian--

GPRepublican-

Constitution---

TeaParty-------

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JohnBirchS--

AmerPatriotPt-

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Exclusive Privileges - i.e. Corporations, Unions, Tax supported special interests or undelegated State or federal Bureaucracies.

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Contradiction

Uses government to force others in society to accept bad behavior

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Undeclared

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--Left-Right-- - Boundry

Rest of Graph Continued Above

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RIGHT-------- ---

State of Nature

Respecting the Law of Nature

Undeligated Arrogated Federal Powers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unenumerated, Unconsensual Income Taxes

 

Pacifists often rely on governments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Undeclared

Undeclared

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unenumerated, Unconsensual Sales Tax

 

Pacifists often rely on governments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Split

 

Contradiction
Flat/Tax are
unenumerated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Property Condemnation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nationalism

 

Contradiction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Limited State Rights - States Assimilated into a National Government

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Limited Rights for Community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Consolidation of States into "One Nation" i.e.
"One Sovereignty"

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weak States and Citizens

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Standing National Army
Only

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advocates Zoning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Environmental

 

Unconcerned

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporations

 

Opportunists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unions

 

Opportunists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marginal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tax Supported Special Interest Groups

 

Opportunists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Federally Mandated State and Local Community Bureaucracies

 

Opportunists

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEFT

Anarchy:

The State of Nature,

Without the Law of Nature

"No Government Libertarians"

A misnomer
as it takes "law" to enforce "no law" and to enforce protection of "individual rights";

This group in the libertarian movement attempts to use National Law to enforce their will to do what they please against the will of local societies, private business and freedom of association or freedom of choice "NOT to associate".

 Fascism, Monarchy, Dictatorship, Socialism, Total Democracies Communism are all examples of FAR LEFT

Private Property is not secure and subject to other's will.

Green Party &
Progressive Party;

Both align with those that attempt to place international law in place of national, state and local laws;

This alienates State & Local powers and dissolves governments; Attacks and voids private property.

Nationalist Democrats

Promotes democracy mostly from the national level  and subjects the states to international treaties thereby removing state and local community powers.

This aligns them with Socialism

Imposes federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce through general phrases in constitution.

Moderate Democrats

Mostly innocent uneducated voters that are driven by emotion or jobs.

They are easily manipulated because they have never been educated in the true intents of the founders that created the Constitution;

Being in the hard work class, are too weary or poor to lift their head from the trough, Never schooled or lack the interest to learn, they are
easily swayed by Nationalist Propaganda &
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

Centrists


A misnomer
as it describes a left leaning agenda of moderation between two left positioned moderate parties voting habits based upon ignorance.

Moderate Republicans       

Mostly innocent uneducated voters that are driven by emotion or jobs.

They are easily manipulated because they have never been educated in the true intents of the founders that created the Constitution;

Being in the hard work class, are too weary or poor to lift their head from the trough, Never schooled or lack the interest to learn, they are
easily swayed by Nationalist Propaganda &
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

General Phrase Constitution Libertarians

Though promoting individual freedoms, they attempt to use National Law regarding these rights to enforce their will to do what they please against the will of local societies, private business and freedom of association.

A group easily swayed by Socialist Propaganda

General Phrase Constitution Republicans

Promotes some states rights but Grants federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce and subjugate states through general phrases in constitution.

A group easily swayed by Nationalist Federal Propaganda&
"Exclusive Privileged" entities. (see)

Constitution Party

Though promoting states rights, CP promotes federal powers no where granted to the federal government to enforce crimes which were reserved to the states and the people to enforce;

Good intentions are wasted on arrogating federal powers when state and community societal powers should be their target so societies can make the changes.

TEA PARTY

The Tea Party is made up of people that range between
"General Phrase"  Constitution al Libertarians to the left and those of the American Patriot Party at far right;

Depending on their education on the Constitution and Ratifying Conventions that define the Constitution

They are heavily courted by the "General Phrase" Constitution Republican Party which caters to Corporations
 

 

 

Left - Right Boundry

 

John Birch Society

American Patriot Party

RIGHT

State of Nature

Respecting the Law of Nature

Compare Political Parties, Political Party Comparison. American Patriot Party National, Republican Party National, Democratic Party National, Libertarian Party National, National Parties.

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Pacific Command
  - U.S. Army Pacific  8th U.S. Army
  - 25th Infantry Division (Light)   - 6th Cavalry Brigade
  - U.S. Army Japan   - 17th Aviation Brigade
  - U.S. Army Alaska   - 164th ATS Group
  - 18th Medical Command
  - 19th Theater Support Command
  - 2nd Infantry Division (Light)

Unit

Type


Base
Barracks
Pacific Command (PACOM)
HQ   Honolulu,HI Camp Smith
      
U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC)
HQ Bat   Honolulu,HI Fort Shafter
45.SuppGr   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Schofield Bks
68.MedCo (AA)/524.SB UH-60A Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
B.Co/214.Av(M)/524.SB CH-47D Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
      
25th Infantry Division (Light) "Tropic Lightning"
HQ Co   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Schofield Bks
DivSuppCom   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Schofield Bks
C.Co/25.Av (AVIM) no helicopter assigned Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
AvBrig   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Schofield Bks
1.Bat/25.Av (ATK) OH-58D(R) Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
2.Bat/25.Av (AHB)   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
2.Bat/25.Av/A.Co (AHC) UH-60L Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
2.Bat/25.Av/B.Co (AHC) UH-60L Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
2.Bat/25.Av/C.Co (CMD) UH-60A,EH-60C,OH-58D Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
2.Bat/25.Av/D.Co (AVUM)   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
3.Sq/4.Cav OH-58D(R) Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Schofield Bks
G.Co/58.Av (ATS)   Wahiawa/Oahu,HI Wheeler AAF
      
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U.S. Army Japan (USARJ)
HQ Co   Sagamihara,Japan Camp Zama
9.TSC   Sagamihara,Japan Camp Zama
78.AvBat (CMD)   Sagamihara,Japan Camp Zama/Kastner AAF
78.AvBat/A.Co C-12F, UH-60A Sagamihara,Japan Camp Zama/Kastner AAF
78.AvBat/D.Co   Sagamihara,Japan Camp Zama/Kastner AAF
      

U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK)
HQ   Anchorage,AK Fort Richardson
ArcticSuppBrig   Anchorage,AK Fort Richardson
4.Bat/123.Av (TA)   Fairbanks,AK Fort Wainwright/Ladd AAF
4.Bat/123.Av/B.Co (MHC) CH-47D Fairbanks,AK Fort Wainwright/Ladd AAF
4.Bat/123.Av/D.Co (AHC) UH-60A Fairbanks,AK Fort Wainwright/Ladd AAF
C.Co/123.Av (AVIM) UH-60A, CH-47D Fairbanks,AK Fort Wainwright/Ladd AAF
68.MedDet (AA) UH-60A Fairbanks,AK Fort Wainwright/Ladd AAF
129.MedDet (AA) UH-1V Anchorage,AK Fort Richardson/Bryant AAF
USAG Fort Greely/AvDet UH-1H Delta Junction,AK Fort Greely/Allen AAF
      
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8th U.S. Army (EUSA)
HQ   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan Main Post 1
6.CavBrig (Air)   Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
1.Sq/6.Cav (ATK) AH-64A Hoengsong,RoK Camp Eagle
3.Sq/6.Cav (ATK) AH-64D Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
       
17.AvBrig (TA)   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan Main Post 1
1.Bat/52.Av (CMD)   Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
1.Bat/52.Av/A.Co (CS) UH-60A Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
1.Bat/52.Av/B.Co (CS) UH-60A Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
1.Bat/52.Av/C.Co (CS) UH-60A Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
1.Bat/52.Av/D.Co (AVUM)   Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
2.Bat/52.Av (MHB)   Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
2.Bat/52.Av/A.Co (M) CH-47D Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
2.Bat/52.Av/B.Co (M) CH-47D Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
6.Bat/52.Av/A.Co (TA) C-12F Songnam,RoK Seoul AB
      
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164.ATSGr (ATS)   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan Main Post 2
B.Co/58.Av (ATS)   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Red Cloud
B.Co/58.Av/1.Pl (ATS)   Chunchon,RoK Camp Page
B.Co/58.Av/Tower (ATS)   Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
B.Co/58.Av/Tower (ATS)   Taegu,RoK Camp Walker
B.Co/58.Av/Radar (ATS)   Suwon,RoK Madison RadioSite
D.Co/58.Av (ATS)   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan Main Post 2
D.Co/58.Av/2.Pl (ATS)   Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
D.Co/58.Av/Tower (ATS)   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
D.Co/58.Av/Tower (ATS)   Tongduchon-Ni,RoK Camp Casey
D.Co/58.Av/Tower (ATS)   Uijongbu,RoK Camp LaGuardia
18.MedCom   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan South Post 1
52.MedBat (Evac)   Yongsan,RoK Yongsan South Post 1
377.MedCo (AA) UH-60A Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
377.MedCo/Det.1 (AA) UH-60A Taegu,RoK Camp Walker
542.MedCo (AA) UH-60A Chunchon,RoK Camp Page
542.MedCo/Det.1 (AA) UH-60A  Tongduchon-Ni,RoK Camp Casey
19.TSC   Taegu,RoK Camp Henry
C.Co/52.Av (AVIM) UH-60A  Pyongtaek,RoK Camp Humphreys/Desiderio AAF
G.Co/52.Av (AVIM) UH-60A Hoengsong,RoK Camp Eagle
      
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2nd Infantry Division (Light) "Warriors"
HQ Co   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Red Cloud
DivSuppCom   Tongduchon-Ni,RoK Camp Casey
C.Co/2.Av (AVIM) no helicopter assigned Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
2.AvBrig   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
1.Bat/2.Av (ATK) AH-64D Chunchon,RoK Camp Page
2.Bat/2.Av (AHB)   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
2.Bat/2.Av/A.Co (AHC) UH-60L Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
2.Bat/2.Av/B.Co (AHC) UH-60L Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
2.Bat/2.Av/C.Co (CMD) UH-60A,EH-60C,OH-58D Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
2.Bat/2.Av/D.Co (AVUM)   Uijongbu,RoK Camp Stanley/Cochran AAF
4.Sq/7.Cav   Munsan,RoK Camp Garry Owen
4.Sq/7.Cav/D.Trp (ACT) OH-58D Tonggo-Ri,RoK Camp Stanton
4.Sq/7.Cav/E.Trp (ACT) OH-58D Tonggo-Ri,RoK Camp Stanton
4.Sq/7.Cav/F.Trp (AVUM)   Tonggo-Ri,RoK Camp Stanton
      
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AA = Air Ambulance
AAF = Army Airfield

ACT = Air Cavalry Troop
AE = Aerial Exploitation
AHC = Assault helicopter company
ATK = Attack
ATS = Air traffic service
AvSuppBat =  Aviation support battalion
AVUM =  Aviation unit maintenance
AVIM =  Aviation intermediate maintenance
Bks =  Barracks
CAC = Command and control
CMD = Command
Evac = Evacuation
GSAB = General support aviation battalion
M = Medium helicopter
MI = Military intelligence
RC = Reserve component
SAC = Support aviation company 


United States Army Pacific Command (USARPAC).
The U. S. Army, Pacific serves as the Army Component Command to the Commander in Chief U. S. Pacific Command (USCINCPAC), less the geographic area of Korea. USARPAC commands active U. S. Army and U. S. Army Reserve forces in Alaska, Hawaii, Japan, and in possessions and trust territories administered by the United States in US Pacific command.

In October 2000, USARPAC became a Multi-Component Unit (MCU) and Army Service Component Command (ASCC) as part of the US Army transformation to meet the emerging security needs of the United States in which USARPAC continues to be a key strategic player. The whole idea of the multi-component unit is to give active army units additional resources to accomplish the mission. The multi-component integration is important in the overall picture of the Army's success going into the 21st century. With the Reserve and National Guard assuming a more active role in total Army operations and the "One Team, One Fight, One Future" concept, multi-component integration provides for a better understanding of each component's role in achieving victory.

USARPAC trains Army Forces for support of military operations and peacetime engagements in order to contribute to decisive victory and promote regional stability. USARPAC solicits, awards, and administers contracts in support of mission-related requirements, including administrative supplies and services, waste disposal, food services, minor construction, facilities, maintenance and repair, grounds maintenance, ADP equipment and services, and laundry services.

Following World War II, numerous Army headquarters in the central Pacific were consolidated with the goal of forming a single Army command based in Hawaii. In 1957, the U.S. Army, Pacific (USARPAC) was established at Fort Shafter, following inactivation of the Far East Command. As Army component of the unified command led by the U.S. Commander in Chief Pacific, USARPAC was assigned a threefold mission: Provide necessary ground Army combat forces; Support those forces administratively and logistically; and Provide reserves and contingency plans to meet any ground threat to United States interests in the Pacific.

On March 23, 1979, The Department of the Army announced the establishment of the U.S. Army Western Command (WESTCOM). Then, a decade later, U.S. Army forces in the Pacific were further consolidated. Army units in Alaska and in Japan were placed under the command of the Fort Shafter headquarters, which was once again designated U.S. Army, Pacific. The new command was formally reestablished on August 30, 1990.

In the years since the end of the Vietnam War, Army forces in the Pacific have participated in major peacekeeping operations in the Sinai Desert, and have provided humanitarian and disaster relief missions in Bangladesh, the Philippines, Guam, and the island of Kauai.

Although fully trained for warfare, USARPAC soldiers are also skilled in conducting operations other than war. Whether it is assuring order among refugees at Guantanamo, providing flood relief in the deltas of South Asia, or maintaining a cease fire in the Middle East, USARPAC personnel operate far and wide in peacekeeping and humanitarian missions. In late 1994, fully one half of the 25th Infantry Division deployed to Haiti as the United States and other governments worked to restore democracy to that unfortunate nation. Two years later, USARPAC peacekeepers went to Bosnia to help restore hope to that warshattered land. 

Joint Rear Area Coordination (JRAC)

The United States Army Pacific (USARPAC), in partnership with local, state and federal authorities, have developed a plan of preparedness for the state of Hawaii. The Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Command, has identified the USARPAC as the executive agent for joint rear area coordination (JRAC). This task is normally accomplished in a wartime theater of operation, but in this case, it is being accomplished for the state of Hawaii. Teaming with local and state civil organizations and federal agencies, JRAC-Hawaii (HI) has accomplished a significant amount in the short time since Sept. 11.

JRAC-HI is protecting its military installations by reducing and restricting entry points using roving patrols. Guard duties have completely changed. Guards must now understand the changing dynamics of a more dangerous world, and must learn to expect the unexpected. Military installations worldwide are now on the front lines and are the subject of surveillance and probes more than ever before. Guards must be more alert to activities both on and off the installations, and they must constantly vary security procedure patterns to eliminate predictability. They must also be linked to local law enforcement and must be the beneficiaries and target audience of a regular joint and interagency intelligence summary. Because of these changing conditions, JRAC-HI reinstituted more formalized guard mounts and instructions tailored to the current operational environment.


JRAC-HI has identified mission essential or vulnerable areas (MEVAs) both on and off the installations. MEVAs are facilities and capabilities essential to accomplishing the military mission. These MEVAs have been thoroughly assessed and security needs addressed. Tailored after general defense plan (GDP) battle books from the Cold War in Europe, MEVA folders detail every aspect relevant to the defense of these critical sites. Local civil authorities have done the same with over 150 of their own MEVAs and both the civil and military authorities regularly conduct site surveys.

JRAC-HI has fine-tuned  procedures for providing military support to civil authorities (MSCA) in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. As the executive agent for MSCA in Hawaii, American Samoa, and neighboring islands, JRAC-HI provides a defense-coordinating officer to coordinate military support of civilian consequence management operations. Even before Sept. 11, JRAC-HI maintained a close relationship with local and state government leaders, who can leverage many standing MSCA concepts and plans as the JRAC operation comes together. JRAC-HI's participation in steering committees and plenary groups, such as the Hawaii Emergency Preparedness Executive Committee, the Hawaii Energy Council and the Joint Armed Services/State of Hawaii Civil Defense Coordinating Committee, is instrumental in sharing information and developing joint and civil-military solutions to emerging challenges.

JRAC-HI has established quick reaction forces (QRFs) drawn from both U.S. Marine Corps and Army units. These QRFs are capable of moving on short notice by air or road to any place in the state to provide additional security or to assist in any other way. While awaiting adjudication at the national level on the procedures for employing those forces in domestic situations, JRAC-HI is regularly conducting joint training with civil authorities.

JRAC-HI has worked to identify seams in its collective efforts to secure Hawaii's soil and people. This coordination is taking place with all the military services in Hawaii, state and local civil defense (CD), U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), National Guard (NG), Honolulu Police Department (HPD), fire departments, and a host of other local and federal government agencies such as the state health and transportation departments. Also included in this effort are the FBI, Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), U.S. Customs Service (USCS) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), as well as selected private firms and enterprises involved in supporting Hawaii's critical infrastructure. The Joint Interagency Planning Group, established by USARPAC within days of the attacks, has been the principal driver behind this effort.


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