The Republic of Texas is a general term for several militia organizations that claim that the annexation of Texas by the United States was illegal and that Texas remains an independent nation to this day, but is under occupation. The issue of the legal status of Texas led the group to claim they have reinstated a provisional government on December 13, 1995. Activists within the movement claim over 40,000 active supporters. The Republic of Texas teaches its members to practice redemption (a complicated set of bank fraud techniques, morally justified in the eyes of its practitioners by elaborate conspiracy theories and paper terrorism, using fraudulent legal documents and filings to harass the government.VideoVIdeo: 2009 'Texas Secession & Independence' This video highlights the growing movement to free Texas with news clips, audio spots and such put together. A Congressman, an actor, an economist, a Governor, etc all speak…
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