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9/11-11/13—What’s Next?

Nobody Cares

As the world watches the major attacks by radical jihadists in France, it’s becoming obvious…nations that allow any Muslims into their country risk these attacks.  Right now, at 7pm in Central  Standard Time,  the body count is 158, and counting.Paris one

Last week, as I walked around my block, I noticed an extra among of cars parked at my local neighborhood Muslim gathering house. “What’s going on?” I thought to myself. “Is this some kind of Muslim holiday?”  I always get nervous when they gather like that.

More Muslims are moving into my little neighborhood. I have read reports that Obama is going to try to bring at least 100,000 more Muslims into the states before he is through.

The Obama administration is moving to increase and accelerate the number of Syrian refugees who might be admitted into the United States by opening new screening outposts in Iraq and Lebanon, administration officials told Reuters on Friday.

he Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has nearly 1,000 active probes involving the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) inside the United States, dozens of law enforcement officials disclose in a letter to President Obama.

Obama, as usual, downplayed the whole Paris attack. Remember, when all the leaders of the world gathered in Paris to stand in solidarity at the last Paris attack, Obama went to play golf.

Last week, when over 230 people lives were lost when a Russian plane was bombed in midair, Obama and our news kept the story locked down to….”We don’t know what happened.”

Sure they did. They just didn’t want to panic people.  The story is always the same: “Wait, we don’t know for sure who did this, let us research it.”

Obama will always side with Islam, remember that.

While tonight, we may not think so, this attack, is going to directly affect our Presidential election.Paris two

The Rino’s will be screaming that now, we will be attacked, and only a vested politician, NOT outsiders like Trump or Carson, will be able to lead the nation.

They will be hoping that this attack will get rid of Trump.  I think, it will do exactly the opposite, because people don’t want another mild manner, “I’m in control” leader, we want a Patton. We want a Churchill. That’s not Jeb Bush. And sorry Lindsey, you just don’t inspire.

We want our borders closed and the door shut, and only Trump has been shouting that out loud and clear.

How will the powers that be react to that?

If they can’t put Hillary or Jeb or Rubio or Graham or Romney in power? What option do they have? (Do we even want to go there?)

Both parties are in a panic.

On another note..Obama said just an hour ago that ISIS was contained. Really?

Will we see more attacks all over Europe? Will Al Gore still have his big climate change love fest at the Eiffel Tower? Are the leaders of the E.U. now kicking themselves for letting the Muslims overwhelm their countries?

Nobody Knows. Paris is on military lock down tonight. Thank god, Americans still have their guns. At least Obama didn’t get that done.

It’s a sad night for the people in France. God help them through this dark night. Americans stand in sorrow with them all.








November 13, 2015 Posted by | ISIS, Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment

Nobody Remembers: Sam Adam’s Speech At York

Nobody Remembers

On Veterans Day, I was reading about what was probably the darkest moment in the American Revolution. It was late September 1777. The Brits controlled New York, and the Americans had lost Fort Ticonderoga in upstate New York that July. In Delaware on September 11, George Washington lost the Battle of Brandywine: 200 Americans were killed, 500 wounded, and 400 captured. In Pennsylvania, on September 21, another 300 Americans were killed or wounded and 100 captured, in the Paoli Massacre.  Washington’s army had been walking in the rain, and their ammunition was soaked and useless.  At Valley Forge, 1,000 of Washington’s 9,000 troops were shoe less, and left bloody footprints in the snow. They lived on flour and water.vally forge

The British captured Philadelphia on September 26, and the Congress had to flee for their lives. Of the fifty-six who had signed the Declaration, only twenty remained as they gathered for a private meeting in York.

It was their darkest hour.  John Adams remarked “The prospect is chilling, on every Side. Gloomy, dark, melancholy, and dispiriting.”

But Sam Adams, who was there, gave the speech everyone needed to hear:

From Samuel Adams, A Life, by Ira Stool (p. 3)

One of those present was John Adams’s cousin, the patriot leader Samuel Adams.  His first wife and four of their children died of natural causes before the war began. At the Battle of Bunker Hill, British officers decapitated Samuel Adam’s close friend Joseph Warren and presented his head as a trophy to the British commanding general. Samuel Adams had spent the better part of three years at the Congress in Philadelphia separated from his two surviving children and his second wife. “Matters seem to be drawing to a crisis.” he had written her recently. Back in Boston, the British soldiers ripped out the pews of Old South Church, where Samuel Adams’ father had once worshiped, covered the floor with dirt, and used the church as a riding academy. Samuel Adam’s own house in Boston was vandalized by British troops so badly that it was uninhabitable. If the Revolutions failed, Samuel Adams could expect to meet the same fate at the hands of the British as Warren.

Yet on that day in York in late September 1777, Samuel Adams, a slightly heavy, gray haired fifty- five- year-old with large dark blue eyes, a prominent nose, and a high forehead, gave his fellow member so Congress a talk of encouragement.Sam Adams

“If we despond, public confidence is destroyed, the people will no longer yield their support to a hopeless contest and American liberty is no more, ” Samuel Adams said in the voice John Adams described as clear and harmonious. “

“Through the darkness which shrouds our prospects the ark of safety is visible. Despondency becomes not the dignity of our cause, nor the character of those who are its supporters.” 

Me and Sam, 2000

Me and Sam, 2000

 Sam went on :

“Let us awaken then, and evince a different spirit,—a spirit that shall inspire the people with confidence in themselves and in us, —a spirit that will encourage them to perseveres in this glorious struggle, until their rights and liberties shall be establish on a rock. We have proclaimed to the world our determination “to die freemen, rather than to live slaves.” We have appealed to Heaven for the justice of our cause, and in Heaven we have placed out trust. Numerous have been the manifestations of God’s providence in sustaining us. In the gloomy period of adversity, we have had “our cloud by day and pillar of fire by night.” We have been reduced to distress, and the arm of Omnipotence has raised us up. Let us still rely in humble confidence on Him who is mighty to save, Good tidings will soon arrive. We shall never be abandoned by Heaven while we act worthy of its aid and protection. “

And that’s the key isn’t it? Are we WORTHY of God’s aid and protection? Sam was.

Nobody Wonders. 



November 13, 2015 Posted by | American History, Uncategorized | , | 4 Comments


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