“For depth of purpose, zeal, and sagacity, no man in Congress exceeded, if any equaled, Sam Adams.
I am so mad I could spit. Nancy Pelosi is going to the border to welcome the illegal’s with open arms? And helping her out is Zuckerface? How DARE they mock the sovereignty of the citizens of the United States! How DARE they put this great nation, on the road to poverty, demise, and tyranny….
I don’t know about you, but I need to calm down, and so, when in times of great agitation, Nobody turns to her distant cousin Sam, who I quote below, to gives me strength and patient, and courage, and to remind me to make sure I put the right spit in the right eye:
“It is not infrequent to hear men declaim loudly upon liberty, who, if we may judge by the whole tenor of their actions, mean nothing else by it than their own liberty, —to oppress without control or the restraint of laws all those who are poorer or weaker than themselves.”
“Neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. “
“For true patriots to be silent, is dangerous.”
“I am no friend to ‘Riots, Tumults, and unlawful Assemblies, but when the People are oppress’d, when their Rights are infring’d, when their property is invaded, when taskmasters are set over them, when unconstitutional acts are executed by a naval force before their eyes, that they are daily threatened with military troops, when their legislature is dissolve’d! in such circumstances the people will be discontented, and they are not to be blamed.”
“If we persevere in asserting our rights, the time must come, probably a time of war, when our just claims must be attended to and our complaints regarded.”
“When a country is invaded, the militia are ready to appear in its defense, they fight of their houses, their lands, for their wives , their children, for their liberty, and for themselves, and for their God.”
“I often asked myself, is this exactly in the spirit of the patriarch of liberty, Samuel Adams? Is it as he would express it? Will he approve of it?”
—-Thomas Jefferson, 1801
“Enemy of the State” is one of my favorite movies. Will Smith plays the main character, and he is hunted by the NSA because, although, he doesn’t know it, he was slipped a video of a Senator having someone murdered. It’s a great action film, but I wonder how many people believed in what the film was trying to educate the American public on: Everything we say or do, can be, without warrant..observed. The fact is, all of our data is being stored. The new technology that we are all excited about, is being used by our government to spy on us….and yet, we all are conditioned that it’s necessary.
If you talk about this to ANYONE..they always say, “Well hey! I’m not doing anything wrong, why should I worry?”
Or…as they once said in Nazi Germany, “They didn’t come after ME..I wasn’t Jewish, so I just didn’t worry about it.”
It was around the time of that movie, (1998) that I started noticing blackouts when I was listening to the radio. I couldn’t blame them on just random radio waves causing static, because I observed that they always happened right when some conservative talk show host was about to reveal something sinister about our government. They happened when I listened to Rush Limbaugh, or Alex Jones on Coast to Coast, and many other stations. They still happen time and again, but ONLY when some secret is about to be revealed, so no…I don’t believe my neighbor is turning on his Wi-Fi at the exact same time I’m waiting for the secret to be revealed. Nope—- because this even happens when I’m listening to the radio in my car at the exact moment when I am going, “Wow…I can’t BELIEVE they are going to talk about this…finally…somebody is going to talk about this!” And then you hear the first word and then—–ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ…
Last night I was listening to the radio, and George Noory was interviewing a man who’s FACEBOOK account had been taken down…because he put up a Gandhi quote:
The reports are absolutely true. Facebook suspended the Natural News account earlier today after we posted an historical quote from Mohandas Gandhi. The quote reads:
“Among the many misdeeds of British rule in India, history will look upon the Act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest.” – Mohandas Gandhi, an Autobiography, page 446.
This historical quote was apparently too much for Facebook’s censors to bear. They suspended our account and gave us a “final warning” that one more violation of their so-called “community guidelines” would result in our account being permanently deactivated.
Evidently, this is happening to many conservatives sites. I’ve never been a fan of Facebook, because frankly, I think it’s a government dream which is gathering information on you, and your friends, and every single thing about you. And how does this make us any different than China? When Obama gathers all the heads of the great social media sites in the White House, it’s not to talk about his golf game.
He is collaborting with them.
According to an article on Drudge: China has tightened internet controls, legalizing the deletion of posts or pages which are deemed to contain “illegal” information.
So, now we are starting it here. We are becoming China.
Because this is happening in bits and pieces, no one is much concerned about this. But yesterday I checked out a book at the library, and for the first time (I’m been checking out library books for over 50 years.) I found blocks of paragraphs …just blacked out. (see photo)
So, they couldn’t block the book, but now it seems the government can blank out what they don’t want the public to read.
Add up all these little bits and pieces and you can see what’s coming.
Now, the aim is to “fundamentally” change America, and destroying our Bill of Righs..free speech, guns, and right to privacy is already in the making. And the words of Sam Donaldson are freightening. He indicates that tea party people’s ideas are old and outdated, but the fact is, these old and outdated rights of freedom are being replaced with the new tyranny of soft communism…and Sam considers himself privy to the “new America” where one man will decide just about everything.
The tea party people are for freedom. It’s that simple.
The “tea party” people, are being attacked like the Jews of old. And pretty soon, putting up any quotation from the Constitution will be taken down.
It’s been done bit by bit…on purpose, but be prepared for one day to wake up, and like my friend Mona says…on our TV will be…”THE STATE.”
And if you don’t go along with it…you will be…the enemy. If you are a “tea party” American patriot…you already are.
Remember…once upon a time Sam Adams head was on the top of King George’s list. You are in…good company.
Our founders gave us the best Constitution in the world…let’s not lose it.
Revolutions. Sam Adams was the man who, along with Colonel James Otis, fanned the flames of the American Revolution. Van Jones has been trying to do the same, spark a ‘revolution.’ The progressives will tell you that Van Jones is just doing what our founders did…but…there IS a big difference. Van Jones wants redistribution of wealth, and reparations for slavery. Van Jones is a addmitted communist. Sam Adams fought for freedom. Here’s a good explanation from Judge Napolitano:
“When America was in its infancy and struggling to find a culture and frustrated at governance from Great Britain, the word most frequently uttered in speeches and pamphlets and letters was not safety or taxes or peace; it was freedom.”
Two acts of Parliament broke the bonds with the mother country irreparably. The first was the Stamp Act, which was enforced by British soldiers writing their own search warrants and rummaging through the personal possessions of colonists looking to see whether they had purchased the government’s stamps. The second was the imposition of a tax to finance the Church of England, which the colonists were forced to pay, no matter their religious beliefs. (Think of Obama making the Catholic Church pay for abortions.)
The Stamp Act assaulted the right to be left alone in the home, and the tax for the Church of England assaulted the freedom to choose to support one’s own means of worship. The two taxes together caused many colonists to realize they needed to secede from England and form their own country in which freedom would be protected by the government, not assaulted by it.”
Boston had been on a slow boil for years before the stamp act. Sam’s father, Deacon Adams lost his money in the Land Bank crash (think 2008) The family lost all its money, and Sam, unlike his dad, was a lousy businessman. Deacon Adams drew up Boston’s declarations of grievances against the British government, in 1731 as “Breaches of the Magna Charta, The Charter of Province and an Act of Parliament.” In 1740 the colony reached the crisis of an economics depression.They really don’t mention that in the history books do they?. But in the book Sam Adams: Pioneer in Propaganda” the author John C. Miller says this:
“The promoters of the Land Bank were frankly inflationist who proposed to bring back prosperity by flooding the country with paper bills and at the same time to ‘humble the Merchants” by taking the control of currency out of their hands.”
So, out of this ‘depression’ came two distinct social classes :rich and poor. The rich were the British governors who hoarded, and it wasn’t until 45 years later that the American ‘revolution’ came..and it came with mobs.
The mobs of Boston, of which there were two…North and South, which by the way, didn’t get along until Sam Adams united them, had their nemesis in Thomas Hutchinson. HE outlawed paper money through Parliamentary legislation.
Hutchinson was their ‘Obama.” Otis feared Hutchinson more because he used, ” soft words, a smiling countenance, fair promises and other tickling blandishments to gain his purpose.”
Nobody says that sounds like Obama…does it not?
Due to the depression of 1731, the merchants of America started illegally trading with other countries and making themselves wealthy, not the British empire. The colonies were run by a few British oligarchic families. Sam Adams, who by this time had discovered his true talent, writing, spent his life continuing his father’s pastime: politics. Everyone read Sam Adams in the newspapers, and at night the citizens would go to the pubs and out of those pubs came the Sons of Liberty, formed in 1765. Of course, sometimes those “Sons of Liberty” got a little too drunk on rum and went looking for houses to burn.
King George had his own problems. He was in debt for the French and Indian War, (And his own wars against the French overseas) and the citizens of Britain thought the colonies were fat and happy,— THEY didn’t want to be taxed anymore. Something had to give. So, when the stamp act came, Sam lead the way with “no taxation without representation.” And Sam —-took control of the ‘mob’.
Sam was asking for British rights. If we were going to be taxed, then we should have a voice. That concept is from the English Magna Charta. People should have a voice, but the Americans didn’t. So Napolitano has it right. The revolution was mostly about our freedom.
Nobody Thinks that history seems to be repeating itself. The American people are being taxed and put into a debt they can never repay, by an oligarchy much like the one that ruled us in the beginning.
The elites are well aware of the imparity. They know that the people are getting pretty fed up, as we did so long ago. That’s why they are taking our freedoms in the name of “protecting us.” They’ve made too many promises, and squandered trillions.
Van Jones, wants to take control of those mobs. But, unlike Sam Adams, Van Jones is a communist. Communists make revolutions in order put in dictatorships, as a means to an end. Van Jones is calling for more protest this weekend.
Sam Adams, joined the two mobs of Boston, and brought us…in the end…freedom. Van Jones revolution will bring us…tyranny.
So next time you hear Van Jones talking about ‘revolution’ remember: Pick your revolutionary leaders well., or else next thing you know…you’ll be ordered to read Stalin’s’ exercise book, and all you will be able to afford to eat are vegetables grown in China.
Van Jones can take his “green” revolution and stick it where the sun don’t shine, which is probably what Sam would have said had been living in 2012. God Bless Sam Adams…In 1775, America picked the RIGHT revolutionary.
Will we do it again?