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750 Nobodies Set Out To Save America

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If America isn't in the grip of government corruption, judicial corruption, corporate and criminal lawlessness, and if Americans aren't losing their Constitutional rights, then we must be watching a very bad B-movie and everything we see must be make-believe.

750 nobodies believe it isn't a movie at all, but real life - and that makes it much worse than if it was a movie.

Those 750 nobodies, and their families and friends, are setting out to save America. No guns, no violence, just an RV, cameras, microphones, and 750 everyday people telling their stories.

They are making "Lawless America," a movie about government and judicial corruption, and they are recording testimony to Congress from 750 victims.

William M. Windsor told NewsBlaze "The issues that motivated the colonists in America to revolt were NOTHING compared to the issues that all Americans face today. We have lost what our founding fathers established for us. We have lost our fundamental rights."

Windsor says that 99.99% of Americans don't even realize this is happening. The 750 nobodies have a plan, to educate a wide audience, an essential step, they say, if there is any hope they can bring about reform. Windsor recorded a five-minute video that explains the problem and what they are doing about it.

Lawless America ... The Movie started as a little movie project, but it has become a huge and very important project. Windsor and his group are now trying to raise a little money to make the movie special. They launched a fundraising campaign on KickStarter, a website that generated pledges of more than $175 million dollars and has delivered more than 20,000 successfully funded projects.

Windsor says this is a Pulitzer-prize winning story the mainstream media has not covered because they are afraid of the judges and the government. Windsor says he is not afraid.

The group has 40 days to raise $50,000, or they get nothing.

Windsor says, "We NEED your help..."
"Would you be willing to spend a few dollars to save America from corruption? If you can afford it, please donate at least $10 so we can try to save America from government corruption and the loss of our Constitutional rights."

Here is now you can help:

  • Go to the project page on KickStarter, and do the following:

  • Login to Facebook and click the LIKE Button on the KickStarter project page.

  • Click on Comments on the KickStarter project page, and add a comment supporting the movie and/or expressing your opinion why this is important.

  • If you have at least $1, make a donation on the KickStarter project page.

  • Forward this story to everyone you know. Post it on every Facebook page and website page that you frequent. Post it in chat rooms. Post it everywhere. They need as much support as they can get for this project.

    Here is the KickStarter link again:

    www.kickstarter.com/projects/1429067062/lawless-americaa-movie-to-save-america

    Here is the contact information:
    William M. Windsor
    Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives
    Bill@LawlessAmerica.com
    Office: 770-578-1094
    Fax: 770-578-1057
    www.LawlessAmerica.com
    P.O. Box 681236
    Marietta, GA 30068

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