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    1. 1 Michelle Looney April 4, 2007 at 12:08 am

      Thought your readers might find this link interesting.

      http://www.w3f.com/patriots/freedom.html

    2. 2 21stcenturycicero April 4, 2007 at 1:14 pm

      Thanks for that Michelle. I remember reading that article as a comment on the From the Desk of Patrick J. Fitzgerald blogsite, which you and I used to frequent.

    3. 3 John DeVore September 26, 2007 at 2:07 am

      There is a place in the New Testament where we are told that a Kingdom will be established by an enemy of mankind in the days prior to the return of the Savior, Jesus Christ. It is said this kingdom will be unlike any other kingdom ever established. It will gain dominion over the entire earth, all nations.

      It is interesting that the kingdom established by the international bankers inaugurated under the six pointed star of Ashtoreth by the Bauer (Rothschild) family in Austria, is quite different from any other kingdom ever established on this planet.

      Its founders and leaders refuse to be recognized for what they are. They use mens weaknesses, to accomplish their ends. They hide behind screens of paper (corporations, trusts and secret oaths and bylaws) and seek deep to hide their councils from the view of any who are not initiated members.

      They rely on the ignorance and error of their supporters. They conduct all their business under conditions of Fraud. They use deception, fraud, prejudice, bigotry, hatred, cruelty, torture and murder to advance their cause.

      And yet, they have succeeded where no other kingdom has ever succeeded. They have dominion over the entire earth, every nation, tongue and people. Their power is so great that to speak ill of them is to risk death.

      Still their great power is derived from the weaknesses of men, not from their strengths. So what is left to draw upon to overthrow this great evil? We are left only with the the Strengths of men to power our resistance. We have only the power of Love, Fidelity, Truth, Courage and Faith in the ONE True God, with which to mount our defense against this awful beast.

      Will we win? If God is our helper, who can defeat us. We need to throw off our weaknesses, to overcome our ignorance and to rely upon our faith to become worthy of Gods help. He will help us, because we will become his worthy sons.

    4. 4 Michael Tim February 28, 2009 at 4:47 pm

      I love your site!

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    5. 5 Michael January 19, 2010 at 1:01 pm

      HI !

      I am interested by whom was inspired Thomas Jefferson when he wrote the Declaration of independence.

    6. 7 21stcenturycicero January 19, 2010 at 1:18 pm

      By George Mason’s Constitution of Virginia and by the philosophy of John Locke.


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