History Is About to Repeat Itself

Joe Biden is off to a good start concerning expanding wars, illegal immigration and cancelling our culture. People get the government they deserve and when they don’t, elections are stolen. History shows that slaves eventually rebel against tyranny. Demented Joe and his Ho may find out that slaves who are armed and have tasted freedom will eventually fight.

David DeGerolamo

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1 month ago

“Joe and his Ho”

Give me a warning before you say things like that, I could have choked on my drink.

John Carter
John Carter
1 month ago

Actually it is Lyin, Hiden, Bejing Biden and his sidekick Trixie.

1 month ago

Colonial Militia and Minutemen:
-Training increased significantly after the Boston Tea Party (December 16, 1773).
-Civilian colonists who voluntarily organized and trained local men in use of weapons, drill, and military tactics and strategy.
-Minutemen made up 25% of the militia and were younger and more mobile men who were ready to respond to a crisis at a minutes notice.
-These men are self-disciplined and highly motivated and provided the colonies with a highly mobile and rapidly deployed military response.

The Powder Alarm:
-September 1, 1774
-General Gage commanded British soldiers to seize Massachusetts powder and field pieces around Boston.
-Rumors spread quickly throughout New England that Boston was under attack and destroyed.
-By September 2 over 1,000 militia men and minutemen had mustered because of the rumors. This was a dress rehearsal for a real battle.
-News even reached the First Continental Congress that Boston was bombarded.

John Adams report on the First Continental Congress’ response to the Powder Alarm.
“When the horrid news was brought here of the bombardment of Boston, which made us completely miserable for two days, we saw proofs of both the sympathy and the resolution of the continent. War! war! war! was the cry, and it was pronounced in a tone which would have done honor to the oratory of a Briton or a Roman. If it had proved true, you would have heard the thunder of an American Congress.”

The Midnight Ride:
-Paul Revere, William Dawes, and Samuel Prescott alert Massachusetts Minutemen and the militia that the British are coming.
-Revere is captured before making it to Concord and Dawes is injured. A third rider, Samuel Prescott, visiting his fiance in Lexington that night will join Revere and Dawes. Prescott makes it through British patrols to warn Concord.
-This event is made famous by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” “One if by land, two if by sea.”

Battle of Lexington and Concord:
-April 19, 1775
-British soldiers ordered to capture Concord Magazine and arrest Sam Adams and John Hancock.
-Captain John Parker of the Lexington Minutemen according to some accounts stated this order to his men as the British marched on Lexington Green. “Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.”
-Patriot militia advance on British soldiers at the North Bridge outside of Concord. The British are forced to retreat.
-Patriot forces ambush British forces on their 20 mile march back to Boston from Concord.
By the rude bridge that arched the flood,
Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled,
Here once the embattled farmers stood
And fired the shot heard round the world.
-American Patriots are victorious during the Battle of Lexington and Concord.
~Sam Adams and John Hancock escape.
~Britain does not seize any weapons or ammunition from the Concord Magazine.
~90 American Casualties vs 300 British

1 month ago

Your North Star is OUR BILL OF RIGHTS
Given To Us By GOD
Any Breach there of “IS” your RED LINE
Death To The New World Order

1 month ago

Sometimes I wish the comments featured a like function. Rifkeman1775 gets it. A friend tried to get me to read the tone, 1775…a god year for a revolution, but it was too much. The thing is there were a lot of things that lead up to the war for independence. History in school glosses over the timeline and makes out that hostilities began in 1776, not so.