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Origin of Our National Day of Prayer

Posted on May 8, 2015 in In Search of Hisotry, Uncategorized
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Origin of Our National Day of Prayer
It was in the middle of the Korean War in 1952, when World War III seemed imminent, that the first Thursday of May was set aside by Congressional Resolution, as the National Day of Prayer. This Act of Congress, petitioning the God of Heaven to come to the aid of our nation in time of crisis, has a long and noble history in America.
On April 19, 1775, near an obscure town named Lexington, a small rag-tag band of militia met a vastly superior force of 700 British Redcoats, who were on their way to Concord, Massachusetts, to confiscate the ammunition that the colonies were stockpiling. In what became a running battle between Lexington and Concord, this spirited band of Patriots exchanged fire with the military of the world’s greatest empire at that time.

Their next thought was probably, What on earth were we thinking?

In respond to this bold and perhaps rash deed, the Second Continental Congress met 7 weeks later on June 12, 1775 and issued the very first Proclamation for a National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer.

The Continental Congress selected a Thursday, July 20, 1775 for the 13 colonies to pray. This the precedent for selecting a Thursday for a National Day of Prayer. The Continental Congress recommended that all denominations assemble for public worship, and petition the God of Heaven to intervene on their behalf against the tyranny of Great Britain.

The rest, as we say, is history. Against all Odds, but with Firm Reliance on Divine Providence, a Nation was born, declaring to all the world the reasons for separation from Great Britain: That All men are Created equal and are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights among which are Life, Liberty and the right to hold and enjoy their property.

This was the form in which our fundamental rights were described, thanks to the English Jurist, Blackstone, whose influence was paramount in the Colonies. I believe either Jefferson himself or the Committee on style later changed the use of the term property for the pursuit of happiness. That was a mistake for the centrality of private property would be America’s bulwark against the Socialism that would rise up during the convulsions of French Revolution 13 years later, in 1789.

Not long afterwards, the representatives of this new nation met at Philadelphia, to fashion a Constitution in order to create a – “more perfect Union” – to facilitate the growth of “justice, prosperity and the blessings of liberty” they had so dearly won.

But Forgetting the Divine Hand that had given them victory, the delegates fell to provincial bickering. State’s Representation, then the most controversial issue, alone, could have aborted the Constitutional Convention. Tempers flared and local interests clashed, as the delegates pushed the agendas of their individual states.

It was during this quagmire of divisiveness that the elder statesman, Ben Franklin, made his famous Appeal – reminding, rather than urging – the delegates, to ask the God of Heaven to guide their deliberations.

Now imagine the scene: The house is in pandemonium. Benjamin Franklin is sitting in his usual place in the corner. He is 90 years old. He is suffering from Gout. He has one leg propped up on a chair to ease the pain. He will not stand. He raises his crutch indicating he wishes to speak. And instantly a wave of silence rolls through the room. Franklin is so revered that no one dare interrupt him. A giant among those noble patriots. He has been fighting for America’s independence of over four decades.

Addressing George Washington, who chaired the Convention, as Sir, Ben Franklin said:

“In the beginning of the contest with G. Britain when we were sensible of danger, we had daily prayer in this [very] room for the divine protection.
”Our prayers, Sir, were heard, and they were graciously answered. . . .

“ And have we Now Forgotten that Powerful Friend?

“I have lived, Sir, a long time, and the longer I live, the more convincing proofs I see of this truth: That God governs in the affairs of men.

And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, Is it Probable that an Empire can Rise Without His Aid?”

Franklin did not think so, and he asked the delegates to appoint a Chaplin to the Convention to say daily prayers before their deliberations.

Well, they did not have the money to hire a Chaplin, but the request was seconded by a majority of delegates and was duly submitted to the First United States Congress. And that is how and why we have daily prayers in the United States Senate and House each morning, to this very day.

Today we are trying to sustain that Empire, state by state, county by county and town by town. But I am not sure that the Founding Fathers would, in many cases, be proud of the job we are doing. Being largely a devout group of statesmen, I am sure the Founding Fathers would recommend that we take to heart, the injunction of Benjamin Franklin, and before him, of King Solomon, as recorded in 2 Chronicles 7: 14:

“If My people, who are Called by My Name, will Humble themselves and Pray, and Seek my face and Turn from their Wicked ways, then I will Hear from Heaven, and will Forgive their sin and Heal their land.”

By the way, this prayer may be the best solution to the water crisis in California; And while we are praying, we should consider building more dams, for God helps those who help themselves. IMG_1666But that is a different story.

Why Not Audit First and then End the Fed?

Posted on May 1, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Why not Audit The Fed?

The Fed claims that nothing significant would be revealed by an audit of the Federal Reserve; yet on the other hand they clamor very vigorously that to audit the Fed would be calamitous for our economy? Which is it? Is the sky falling? Or are they concealing something sinister? The evidence shows the latter.

The Fed claims that they were brought into existence to bring tranquility into our financial system and to save us from the fickleness of the marketplace thus averting periodic financial crises. But what is the verdict of history? Since the Fed was instituted in 1913 we have had scores of periodic economic crashes and financial upheavals which has devastated the welfare of our nation and threatens to propel us into third world status.

Has the Fed lost every battle it has waged against the fabricated “vagaries” of the market place? If indeed is has, what good is it to us as a nation? What is the reason for its continued existence if it cannot save us from the so called common enemy – the free market?

Many brilliant economists and astute statement assert that the actions of the Fed, and not the hobbled free market, has brought about every single financial crash that has hit this nation since the Fed was brought into existence – including the great crash of 1929 and the equally significant crash of 2007/8. The Fed itself even admitted to Milton Friedman that it caused the crash of 1929, but it won’t happen again.

The Fed has bought us nothing but national ruin. Our national debt is nearing 20 Trillion and our dollar has lost 98% of its value since the Fed began printing its counterfeit money – for that is really what printing dollars un-backed by economic activity is – raw. unmitigated fraud.

The Fed is a private cartel of international banks that captured our government in 1913. Rather, we surrendered our sovereignty to this gang of banksters. Our Constitution places the right to coin and regulate money squarely in the hands of Congress. The power of the purse is the hallmark of a sovereign nation. By surrendering this right we disinherited ourselves and turned over the ruler ship of our nation from Congress to a shadow government of international gangsters who use the Fed to enrich themselves and so perpetuate their power over us.

Unbelievable we turned over our printing press and mint to these international banksters and gave them the right of printing our dollars and lend it back to us at interest! Has history witnessed such incomparable folly by a sovereign nation since the foundation of the earth? And the international banksters have so designed this shell game that we would never be able to repay this interest and so would always be indebted to them. It is in their interest to reduce us to third wold status so that we might never have the financial resources or will power to overthrow them. And they are doing a good job at it.

If you follow the money, they are the same forces behind the drive to confiscate our guns and shred the Second Amendment. An unarmed nation would be powerless against their dictatorship, just as the Russians and Germans were powerless against the dictatorship of Lenin’s State Socialism and Hitler’s National Socialism – the fact that these two Socialist countries fought against each other should not detract from the fact that they were both examples of the failed Socialism that the same international bankers who financed both, are now imposing upon us

By the way, another nugget of history: the same international banksters first set up central banks (the European equivalent of the Fed) in Russian and Germany and France, Japan and China before reducing them to slavery over which their shadow government preside. The founder of their Rothschild dynasty said: give me power over a nation’s money and I care not who makes their laws – for the simple reason that Gold rules in the affair of nations.

What is our remedy against this cartel of international gangsters? Well, one place to start is to audit the Fed and reveal their history of nefarious and seditious activity. Any questions?audit-the-fed-reserve-1207

Measles Mortality Eradicated by 1950 – Vaccine Deployed 1963

Posted on Apr 27, 2015 in Publications, Uncategorized
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Measles Mortality Eradicated by 1950 Vaccine Deployed 1963!

The Vaccination/drug lobby often whip up hysteria to sell their products. Fear is their main tool but they do not hesitate to use deception. An example is their claim that vaccinations eliminated Measles in America, but as this graph shows In Search of History demonstrates the very opposite: Sanitation and better nutrition virtually eradicated the harm done by measles in the early 1950s in America over a decade before the measles vaccination was deployed circa 1963:

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Measles Mortality Virtually Eradicated by 1950 Vaccine Deployed 1963