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Edited: 19 Jul 2010 01:54 by: SOS Admin
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The true origins of Patriots’ Day have been all but forgotten; or perhaps it is more correct to say this topic is considered taboo by the so-called mainstream media. Since 2002, September 11 has been celebrated as Patriot Day to honor the memory of the 2,993 who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. This new term is the cause of some confusion, you see America already had a "Patriots’ Day" and that was yesterday (April 19th). That is the date when the first shots were fired at Lexington and Concord. Remember that thing in history called the American Revolutionary War?
These days the News Media has found it convenient to replay the events of the federal building bombing were 168 people in the Oklahoma City. As was witnessed a few days ago no reference was made to the Revolutionary War, rather the topic of discussion was the threat of Homegrown Terrorism. Indeed, images of Tea Party protestors, Gun Rights advocates, and various other protest marches where juxtaposed with the images from Oklahoma City some 15 years ago.
What was not discussed this April 15th was why our Founding Father fought a Revolutionary War against England. But then why should our news media discuss the list of grievances against King George when they can spend all day talking about the thread of Homegrown Terrorism? The attached photo another example of how those who demand their right to keep and bear arms (protected under the Constitution) are made to look like the enemy—as if they are the homegrown terrorist.
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April 19th is patriot day, but according to Wikipedia, "Patriot Day occurs on September 11 of each year, designated in memory of the 2,993 killed in the September 11, 2001, attacks. Most Americans refer to the day as "Nine-Eleven (9/11),"
Yes, most American refer to 9/11 as Nine-Eleven, they do not refer to it as Patriot Day as Wikipedia would have us believe. This is yet another example of how an "information war" is being wagged against the America people via Wikipedia and the main stream media. The effects of historical revisionism are described in various science fiction novels such as Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), by George Orwell. It would seem we are moving in that direction. One Day Soon, We’ll All Be “Homegrown Terrorists.”
Do you know what lead up to the Revolutionary War? How long before all memory of it goes down the "memory hole" as Orwell called it. Sadly, it seems this history has become a taboo subject and you might well ask yourself why? Could it be the same grievances our Founder had against the tryanny of King George hold true for patriots today? Yes, and that is a good reason for the establishment to avoid that discussion.
For those of you only concerned with resent history, watch this video, you may learn a thing or two:
A reference to Oath Keepers is made in this video. Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving military, reserves, National Guard, peace officers, fire-fighters, and veterans who swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic … and meant it. Based on the various historic events which lead up to the first Patriots' Day, Steward Rhodes has outlined 10 Illegal Order That Oath Keepers Will NOT Obey. Reading through them is a history lesson in itself, and this Patriots' Day—make it your duty.