Creativity is a Federally Recognized Religion
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Freedom of Religion
The U.S. Constitution is by definition the basic law of the land: no federal, state, county, city or community law can contradict any of the basic principles of the Constitution. In fact, all policeman and judges are supposed to abide by the Constitution.
To be effective in our struggle for White racial survival, expansion and advancement, we Creators must become thoroughly familiar with the U.S.Constitution, and especially its First Amendment which reads as follows: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, an to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”
As you can see from the above quotations, the first Amendment of the U.S. constitution guarantees every citizen, among other things, freedom of speech. In regard to leafletting, the supreme court has interpreted this to mean that a state or a municipality may not ban the distribution of leaflets on streets, sidewalks of public places, Jamison v. Texas 318 US 413 (1943) and Marsh v. Alabama 326U.S.501(1946). The supreme court applied this to rule to universities, both state and private, in Papish v. University of Missouri 410 US 667 (1973). Furthermore, leafletting cannot be prohibited on a military base in areas of public access, Flower v. U.S. 407 US 197 (1972).
The supreme court has also found that the door to door solicitation for the purpose of distributing information may not be banned regardless of the wishes of the householder to receive such information in this manner, Martin v. Struthers 319 US 141 (1943). Furthermore, a state or municipality may not tax or license the distribution or sale of political or religious material door to door, Opelika v. Jones 319 US 105 (1943).
In shopping center cases the supreme court has said that privately owned property may be treated as if it’s publicly where it is held open to the public, Amalgamated Food Employees Union v. Logan Valley Plaza 391 US 308(1968). In Amalgamated the union was allowed to picket a business inside the shopping mall. However, a shopping center may ban leafletting in the shopping mall walkways as this interferes with the business of the center, Lloyd Corp. v. Tanner 407 US 551(1972). As yet there has been no case decided on the question of leafletting in the parking lot of a shopping center, but a leading treatise of the First Amendment says this on the subject: “The First Amendment interest should not be defeated because the property owner either disapproves of the message conveyed or simply wants to censor all speech activities. Whether outside of a freestanding store or in the common areas of a shopping center, a bare property interest does not justify the justify the subordination of First Amendment speech rights.” Nimmer on Freedom of Speech, Section 4.09, Page 4-121.
In light of the above, we recommend that in the event of arrest while leafletting in one of the above areas, the individual arrested should file a civil suit for false imprisonment, malprosecution and the intentional deprivation of constitutional rights and that the parties sued should include the municipality, the Police department, the arresting officer and the private property owner(in a shopping center case). In such a case, punitive as well as compensatory damages will be awarded.
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White Man, know your rights and become an active distributor of our literature, books and other material! Sow the seeds of White Victory! Your future and the future of your children depends on that. RAHOWA!
Rev. Hale’s letter, The Church: Its ORGANIZATIONS and CONGREGATIONS says that we have a valid reason for existing. Read that article here: http://creativitymovement.net/site/desk-4.html
CREATIVITY is a Professional, Non-Violent, Progressive Pro-White Religion. We promote White Civil Rights, White Self-Determination, and White Liberation via 100% legal activism. We do not promote, tolerate, nor incite illegal activity.