Thursday, March 10, 2016

John Adams and the Boston Massacre

They say history repeats itself. The creation of the international government is a repeat of the American Revolution Movement.

Our organization brings together a soul group of people who are aspects of the Founding Fathers of the American Revolution, which means we watched the events unfolding during that time, and stepped into the same roles in the present time. The historical events of the 1770s can be a roadmap for us to follow and to understand just what lies ahead for us, although the events won't be replayed exactly in the same way.

No one is ready to write a constitution. We have a long way to go to that point. Where we are now is that one individual is standing up to defend people who were treated badly--only doing their jobs-- and charged with crimes for attempting to defend themselves. We are replaying the Boston Massacre and John Adams defending the British soldiers in court.

One person is now standing up to defend Saddam Hussein, and the Iraqis right to defend their nation from U.S. occupation--or was it liberation?

Occupation takes, and liberation gives. 

What this does is to enable the people of the United States to understand the schism that has formed within the United States between those who feel the Iraq War was justified or not. Before the United States can step away from the conflict in the Middle East, we must address this issue.