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    Tarzan Guest

    Default Welcome back, Rosi


    from: rosi <rosibuchanan@...>
    i don't know if
    any of you remember me, but that's what i've been up to
    for the 10
    months.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~
    rosi,

    welcome back. of course we remember you! so that's what
    you've been up to. <g> well that's part of what life is all
    about. kudos to you.

    i hope that you are planning a home birth with a
    midwife--very important. i also wish for you to know that
    you can avoid the registration of your newborn with any kind
    of gummint number or birth certificate (it is a commercial
    document that destroys your newborn's inherent sovereignty
    as being born as one of the people). it is entirely up to
    you and fully within your rights to not register your
    newborn, despite whatever the doc/nurses say. i suggest
    most strongly never to register your newborn so that he/she
    can stay as free as he/she will have been born. you have
    the right to refuse.

    also i most strongly suggest to never, never contemplate,
    nor allow, any circumsition to happen to your newborn male,
    should your baby be a male. it's barbaric.

    and no vaccinations for your newborn is strongly suggested
    as well. today's vaccines are more dangerous than ever and
    are a significant cause of infant deaths today--which is a
    severel underreported infant death phenomenon.

    a healthy, predominantly raw, nutrient-rich diet is highly
    suggested for you so that you can breastfeed your newborn
    with clean, healthy breast milk, as you probably are already
    planning. consuming raw versions of butter (never touch the
    pasteurized stuff), raw goat's milk (from local farms),
    eggs, organic veggies (best juiced), fruit and so forth will
    give you the nutients that your body and newborn will need.

    ~seth


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    Tofu Dragon Guest

    Default Re: Welcome back, Rosi


    --- tarzan <tarzan@...> wrote:
    > from: rosi <rosibuchanan@...>
    > i don't know if
    > any of you remember me, but that's what i've been
    > up to
    > for the 10
    > months.
    >
    >
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~
    > rosi,
    >
    > welcome back. of course we remember you! so
    > that's what
    > you've been up to. <g> well that's part of what
    > life is all
    > about. kudos to you.
    >
    > i hope that you are planning a home birth with a
    > midwife--very important. i also wish for you to
    > know that
    > you can avoid the registration of your newborn with
    > any kind
    > of gummint number or birth certificate (it is a
    > commercial
    > document that destroys your newborn's inherent
    > sovereignty
    > as being born as one of the people). it is entirely
    > up to
    > you and fully within your rights to not register
    > your
    > newborn, despite whatever the doc/nurses say. i
    > suggest
    > most strongly never to register your newborn so that
    > he/she
    > can stay as free as he/she will have been born. you
    > have
    > the right to refuse.

    (love) i'm sorry but i really must comment on this
    being a unregisted child growing up without a birth
    certificate. my father thought the same thing. let's
    not register our child and she will be free from the
    big eyes of big brother. and sure it sounds nice and
    all. i also did not receive my immunizations, so
    those records are also null and void. however when i
    turned 16 and wanted to work on getting a license,
    having no birth certificate made it extremely
    difficult. the laws now, especially after 9/11 will
    not permit you to get a license without a birth
    certificate. this is also your proof of citizenship
    which you need if you want to vote. you cannot get a
    job (unless you can find someone to pay you under the
    table your whole life - which is illegal btw) without
    a social security card. my parents could not claim us
    children on their taxes because we did not have social
    security cards. (there were 5 of us btw) just want
    to let you know that if you take that route, there are
    many complications. i finally do have a delayed birth
    certificate which requires tons of documents to get by
    the way. my best wishes to you rosi.
    love and light...
    - lovie =)


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