Current Shamrock Missive

From the Publisher's Desk
March 2015



"It's not about land, or money. But the one thing that no man
should ever be able to take from another man. The freedom to make
his own choices about his life; Where he'll live, how he'll live,
how he'll raise his family.

We face a man who would take those God given rights away from
us. Well not from me he's not. There can be no doubt about the
price!"
- William Barrett Travis, commander of the Alamo; prior to the
fall of the Alamo on March 6th, 1836, [1810-1836, aged 26 at the
time of his death!]

We have been asked to reprint the following missive, which was originally published in our May 2003 issue.

What difference does it make?

We received a mail last week from a rather discouraged privacy seeker in the united States (correct spelling.) The essence of his rather lengthy mail was "what difference does it make" for one person to try and change what the (US,) or any government, are doing to steal our (your) rights?

The adage that one can't fight city hall may or may not be correct. However one person, or a small group of persons, can have a dramatic impact on the course of history. More important, though at times you may not be able to change the things you don't like, you can change yourself. That is what PT Shamrock and your PT Buzz Newsletter is all about; presenting you with alternative information, articles, ideas, options, along with the means and tools for you to obtain privacy and true sovereignty in today's unfree world so that YOU can change yourself.

Mahatma Gandhi single handed caused the greatest power on earth at the time, Great Britain, to grant Independence to India, East and West Pakistan. He was murdered for it by his own people. The conspirators who assassinated John F. Kennedy (US President) certainly changed the course of history. Had JFK lived, there was the real possibly that the US would NOT have had such a large presence in Vietnam, which would have certainly changed things for the US and SE Asia.

Look at recent history and take Osama bin Laden and the 9/11 crew as an example. They certainly changed the course of history, and not for the better either. Nearly singled handed, they saw to the taking away of more of your freedoms and privacy than anyone could possibly have imagined.

Being somewhat of a history buff, we've done more than our share of reading about turning points in history and have concluded that history indeed, does repeat itself, although not exactly in the ways one might predict.

Perhaps one man, along with a band of 188 men from America, Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany, and Mexico, did more to change the future of America than you realize.

William Barret Travis, died age 26, at a little Spanish mission called the Alamo on March 6th, 1836 along with 188 defenders. US folk legends Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie, Captain Dickinson, Jim Bonham and many others gave their lives to fight tyranny and for freedom. The youngest defender to give his life at the Alamo was only 15 years old! These were truly great men, who knew what it meant to stand up and die for what they believed in, freedom!

Post Mortem

Without the Alamo there could have been no Battle of San Jacinto.

Without the Battle of San Jacinto, Texas could not have existed.

Without Texas, the westward expansion of the U.S. would have been thwarted.

Without the West, the U.S. would have remained an Atlantic power, and not risen to become a world power.

Without the U.S. as a world power, the world as we see it today would not exist. Most of us would probably be speaking German instead of English today!

Clearly, Travis' decision, along with the others, to sacrifice themselves at the Alamo is one of the most decisive contributions by a single individual in recent world history. Those who believe that historical forces rather than individuals control events should consider this: what if the indecisive Fannin had been in charge at the Alamo?

[Shamrock's history note; Colonel James W. Fannin Jr. surrendered at Goliad without a fight shortly after the fall of the Alamo to General Santa Ana. Fannin and all but one of his 400 men were executed. One escaped during the murderous slaughter to tell the story of what happened at Goliad.]

We're not asking you to die for what you believe in, but we are asking you to stand up for what you do believe in and take positive action. Get that anonymous ATM card, obtain a legal second passport, and get your money offshore that you've been thinking about doing, but have been procrastinating with for so long. Spread the world about PT Buzz and other privacy thinking publications. But what ever it is that you do, DO IT NOW!

We'll leave you with the quote below for you to think about until next issue.

Shamrock

William B. Travis Letter 1836
Commander of the Alamo
Bexar, February 24, 1836

To the People of Texas and All Americans in the World:

Fellow citizens and compatriots -- I am besieged by a thousand or more of the enemy under San Anna. I have sustained a continual bombardment and cannonade for 24 hours and have not lost a man. The enemy has demanded a surrender at discretion, otherwise the garrison are to be put to the sword if the fort is taken.

I have answered the demand with a cannon shot, and our flag still waves proudly from the walls.

I shall never surrender or retreat.

Then, I call on you in the name of liberty, of patriotism and everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid, with all dispatch. The enemy is receiving reinforcements daily and will no doubt increase to three or four thousand in four or five days.

If this call is neglected, I am determined to sustain myself as long as possible and die like a soldier who never forgets what is due to his honor and that of his country.

Victory or death.

Colonel William Barrett Travis

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Shamrock

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