2016: The Year of Change
Great news! This year, for the first time, the motorcycle community of Florida will stand united to fight for our rights. For too long, we have allowed the government and media to publicly define us as undesirables and criminal gangs. With the help of a newly organized Florida Biker Civil Rights Organization, we can step out of the shadows and defend our right to “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” (As set out by our forefathers in the Declaration of independence).
What is our credo?
- We do not plan to riot and burn down our community, or loot and destroy the businesses of hard-working citizens.
- We do not plan to commit acts of violence against those who deny us our rights.
- We do not plan to take up arms against our government or law enforcement as many claim.
- We do plan to use the tools out forefathers gave us in 1787: The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, our votes and access to the Courts.
By now, there is sufficient information which establish what actually happened on May 17th, in Waco Texas. Law enforcement agents conspired and unlawfully interfered with a legitimate scheduled political action meeting of the Texas Confederation Of Clubs and Independents (TCOC&I). That day, Law enforcement’s criminal actions resulted in 9 deaths, 20 wounded, and over 200 American citizens arrested or detained, and had their personal property seized.
What We Plan To Do
We have to re-organized the Florida Confederation Of Clubs, as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt Florida Biker Civil Rights organization, with the purpose to promote “the common good and general welfare of the biker community.”
I understand that some of you are reluctant to get involved. We all have mortgages, kids or grandkids in battle zone schools, and jobs that never quite cover the bills. However, we also have a mutual love for motorcycles, the biker lifestyle and a deep appreciation for the freedom of the open road.
In the last few years, the forces challenging our lifestyle have crossed the line, using tactics with a blatant disregard for innocent lives. That is why we are putting this organization in place and urging everyone to join us in our battle for our rights. You can’t wait until they kick in your front door, or they pull you over on a lonely road. As the survivors from Waco can tell you, it could be too late for you and everyone with you.
The Florida Confederation Of Clubs wants to make sure a disaster like Waco doesn’t happen in our state. Join us and together we can make a difference.