The 2010 Census takers came out in force on May 3, 2010. The Census form, with its odious list of UNCONSTITUTIONAL questions, was sent out to every household in America in March and you were expected to return it by April 30. I was recently sent an e-mail by lady called June (see below) who told me of her encounter with a female Census taker who blew by the No Trespassing signs which June had posted on her land and entered her property without giving it a second thought. When asked if she saw the No Trespassing sign, the Census taker responded that the Census Bureau had told them that No Trespassing signs "didn't apply" to them. Thus begins the lies, misinformation, and obfuscations being promulgated upon the American people by the U.S. Census Bureau and its overlords in the U.S. Commerce Department.
I won't review here the unconnstitutionnalities of the attempt by the U.S. Census Bureau to MANDATE that American citizens comply with a data mining scheme being orchestrated by the U.S. Commerce Department, but I will provide links below to many excellent articles that review that topic in greater depth. For this short article, I'll confine my thoughts to how to handle the Census taker when he or she comes banging on your door.
For starters, If you haven't sent in your Census form yet, it's probably a good idea to do it. If push comes to shove and you have to go to court to defend yourself, you're in a stronger position if you can claim that you cooperated with the constitutional requirement and provided a head count for your address. In sending in the form, there are two plans of action to consider: You can either send in the Census form blank and attach a cover letter stating how many adults are living in the household and remind the Census Bureaus of the LIMITED authorization of the US constitution to only count heads of American citizens every ten years. You also can quote a few examples of case law (see the linked articles for examples) and add that the U.S. Constitution TRUMPS any congressional statutory law that COUNTERVENES the limited authorization set down in the Constitution. A second choice is to just fill out the FIRST question on the Census form, which asks how many reside in the household, and NOTHING else. Based on the few people I talked to, sending in the Census form as outlined above, at least so far, has not brought the Census taker to their door. That may change in the near future, though. I don't know how sticky this battle is going to get, but I DO know that I'm not answering any personal questions posed by the US Census Bureau, no matter HOW sticky it gets.
No Trespassing Signs
You establish the legal framework for prosecuting (or suing) trespassers by posting No Trespassing signs in all four directions on your property. Even if you own a condo, you post your sign at the leading edge of your property (or steps) where your property begins and the common walk-way ends. It doesn't have to be a big sign. A 5 x 7 or 3 x 5 inch card with red lettering on a black background will work just as well as the larger 8 x 12 inch No Trespassing signs you can find at Home Depot (of course, if you have a larger plot of land, you might want to use the larger signs). I've scanned three different sizes of No Trespassing signs which you can print out
and glue to a stiff cardboard, or plastic, or thin metal backing plate and post using a metal rod or wooden stake (clear coat with varnish to protect from rain). The thin metal rods they sell at Home Depot have two loops bent into the rod which can hold the 8 x 12 inch sign. You can place a smaller No Trespassing card in the upper loop and use the lower loop to hold a business envelope with a note inside instructing the Census worker that you already sent in the 2010 Census form and that he should not trespass on your property, or ring your bell, or knock on your door. Mark the outside of the envelope with "Census worker, please read" in large letters using a felt tip marker Tell him if he wants to leave you a notice, to leave it inside your envelope that's clipped to the rod
If the Census worker ignores your No Trespassing sign and your note and bangs on your door anyway, you are not required to answer your door if you don't want to. No matter how many times he comes back, you can continue to not answer the door if that's the strategy you prefer. Eventually he'll give up, but it may take a number of failed attempts on his part before he does. I'm certain that the Census Bureau has instructed these workers to be persistent and keep coming back to hound you.
Another choice is to confront the Census worker either directly or by talking through the door or through a window. You can ask him why he ignored your No Trespassing sign and didn't he read the note you left for him? He will give you some gobble gook about the " law requirement" to fill out the Census information etc. You in turn tell him that you ALREADY sent in the Census form, as stated in your note, and that he should check the Bureau's computer records. Since there's nothing more to discuss, he needs to leave your property now and not attempt to violate your No Trespassing notices in the future. There's no need to be hostile with him, but you should make it clear that you are firm in your position and that you are more knowledgeable in the law concerning private property -and the Constitution-than he is.
Another idea is to video tape your conversation with the Census taker.You can either use a cell phone video, the video function from a digital camera, or use a regular video camcorder. There is no law that prevents you from video taping this guy, especially when you're standing on your own property. If he asks you why you're taping him (or her), you can tell him that you want a video record of your conversation in case it becomes necessary to verify what was said. If you want to drive home the point that he's trespassing, you can go out the back door and walk around to the front of your house and get a shot of the No Trespassing sign before talking with the trespasser who's standing on your front porch.
I suspect that most people don't like answering the Census questions, but are intimidated by the Census Bureau's propaganda and don't want to chance getting into a hassle with them. Personally, I don't think that's a wise decision. This is a golden opportunity to send Big Government and its Illuminated corporate overlords a clear message. If you can't draw a line in the sand over this blatant, unconstitutional intrusion into your privacy being put upon you under the PRETEXT of the Census, then when will you start resisting the NWO takeover of this country?
Links to articles outlining the Illegitimacy and unconstitutionality of the 2010 Questions form
Date: Fri, May 14, 2010
To: Ken Adachi
A census worker came here the day before yesterday. I told her I
would only answer the first question; how many people live here. Yesterday, I got a
call from a man who wanted me to answer the rest of the questions. After telling
him three times that I wouldn't answer anymore questions, he kept asking, so I hung
up on him. Two hours later, a white Cadillac SUV stopped directly in from of my
door. The driver didn't get out, he just sat there for one minute, then he drove
off. I wonder if he was entering GPS coordinates. We live in a rural area, with
very little traffic. I probably should have gone out to get the license number, but
I thought that I might have just made myself even higher in profile. Do you have
any idea what agency drives white Escalades? I'm wondering who it is who is putting people like me on a list. Please don't advertise my name or email address.
The government uses SUVs all the time. Cadillac Escalade seems to be a favorite. So he likely was getting a GPS reading, which they would have done anyway. Sure, anyone who balks at answering the questions is going to be noted. We are dealing with TREASON and NWO tyranny. You either fight it or you capitulate to it.
They are using unemployed, unthinking, uninformed, and unaware Census takers to carry out their treasonous legwork for them. Going out there for a licence plate number is not going to make much of a difference. If he came on my property, then I could have confronted him with my own video camera and got into it about trespassing (assuming you've posted your land)
Taking a GPS reading is NOT authorized by the constitution and IS a imposition of your privacy. I hope some group gets hot under the collar and files a lawsuit against the Census Bureau to taking GPS readings. They are data mining for the Illuminated IBM corporation who ALSO cataloged the location of Jewish people in Europe for Nazi Germany BEFORE they started taking Jews to concentration camps.
The fight is just beginning. We MUST take back this country from the NWO sellouts like Chinese infil-traitor, Gary Locke, the US Secretary of Commerce and that hole heading up the Census Data Mining Bureau.
----- Original Message -----
To: Ken Adachi
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2010
It was late morning on Monday, the 3rd of May when the woman pulled into our back driveway by the back porch, and she and I had the little discussion about trespassing, her instructions from the government that she was exempt from that, my suggestion about reading the constitution and her demand "Are you refusing to fill out the census form?". (I was still thinking about how I might answer her when she pulled out.)
We have heard nothing since.
The next day, there was a gold-colored new mid-sized SUV we had not seen before driving fast up and down our little unpaved street. That stirs up mud and dust and makes the puddles into potholes. No one on this street drives fast like that. They had to have made at least half of a dozen round trips. Since we'd taken down the no-trespassing signs, maybe they were looking for them. Speculating even further: So they could take photos back to "headquarters" to determine our constitutional rights maybe. Who knows.
We have decided to be lighthearted about the whole thing. We crack jokes to each other like: "What signs?" etc. We have decided to tell them how many over 21 years of age citizens of our state live here (2) as if they they don't know that. Ha! And that is about it. Jefferson's 1st census set a precedence for collecting the head of household's name, but the Constitution does not. They know it anyway. It is just a matter of principle. We see no instructions from the Constitution that make the rest of the questions on the census form relevant. Just about all "Indians" pay taxes nowadays. And supposedly there are no more slaves, by amendment to the Constitution. Income, phone numbers and housing have never been a Constitutional requirement of the census.
I have 2 other friends who have been visited by the census people. One did not submit the form and kept getting Bureau visit notes on her door. She finally filled in a couple of answers and sent it in. She hasn't been "visited" since. The other lady had filled in a couple of answers and sent it in. On the 4th at 7:30 pm she was visited by a couple of thug-looking men. She was in the shower and peeked out because of the insistent banging on her door (Relatives? Neighbors? she thought.) and saw the guys. She did not go running downstairs to answer the door because she did not know them. Lo and behold: a Census Bureau visitation note on her door!
Is this visitation thing so spotty elsewhere? The incidents above happened in other states. Why didn't the Bureau woman here ask how many people lived here instead of asking: "Are you refusing to fill out the census form?" . We do not know of anyone else who has been visited. And from my tiny sample of 3, I see no patterns.
Just about everyone I've asked said they got a postcard saying the census was coming. A week later or so they got the census form and a week or two later they got a letter saying it was the law. Those are all consistent with anyone I've talked with.
The follow up visits are not consistent in nature at all.
Has anyone else written in with Census Bureau visitation reports? It might be interesting to take a straw poll about:
1. Did you send your Census Form back in?
If yes: Did you fill out all the answers?
2. Has there been a Census Bureau visitation notice placed on your door?
3. Has someone claiming to be from the Census Bureau talked with you?
If yes: Did they claim to be a census taker?
Our answers are:
3. Yes, no.
1. Yes, no
Do you have any Census Jokes?
Have a great day today Ken. It is raining here, so no tractor work for me today. I'll work on that r-v survival piece. You will get it soon.
Thanks again for all you do, and I hope I left you smiling!
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