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Friday, January 29, 2016

Mark it Down, The Day of the 2nd American Revolution

Notes From The Villa

Ricardo Montalban
January 29, 2016

The New Republic, the Oregon Standoff and the tyrannical illegal Federal Government... Is American history destined to repeat itself once more?

First, a short history lesson.

How the American Revolutionary War Began

It's impossible to nail down the causes of the American Revolution. Many things were the start of it all.

Here are the things that we know.

In the beginning, the colonies were proud to be British. There were small instances of Parliament's control that bothered the colonists, like the Currency Acts of 1751 and 1764. But when the French and Indian Wartook place (1754 – 1763), King George III lost a great deal of money due to buying expensive supplies for his army and the colonies. In order to pay off his debt, he imposed taxes on the colonies without their consent.

This outraged the colonists.

It's an old saying that you should always look for the money trail. The Protestant Reformation had one, and money was certainly one of the major causes of the American Revolution.

The colonists did not like being taxed for things that had always had free. They immediately began a boycott of British goods.

Now it was the king's turn to be furious.

King George wasted no time in sending soldiers across the Atlantic to make sure the colonies were behaving as they should.

The Revolutionary War was seeded in April 1775 when General Thomas Gage, the British commander in chief in America, decided to make a surprise march from his headquarters in Boston to nearby Concord. General Gage hoped to seize a storehouse of rebel guns and ammunition and possibly arrest some of the rebels’ leaders.

The Congress had decided to boycott all trade with Britain. Lists of suspected traitors who continued to trade were published, and tar and feathers were vigorously applied to those who ignored the boycott.

The colonists knew the British troops were coming, thanks to a network of spies and militia called the minutemen, aptly named because they were supposed to be ready to quickly spring into action. One of these was Paul Revere, the son of a French immigrant.

In addition to being a master silversmith, Revere made false teeth and surgical tools, and he was pretty good on a horse, too. So when word came on the night of April 18 that the British were marching on Concord, Revere and two other men, William Dawes and Doctor Samuel Prescott, rode out to warn that the British were coming.

After rousing the town of Lexington, Revere and Dawes were captured and briefly detained. But Prescott escaped and made it to Concord. (Revere became the most famous of the three, however, because a poet named Henry Wadsworth Longfellow made him the star of a wildly popular poem in 1863.)

When the 700 British soldiers marched through Lexington on the morning of April 19 on their way to Concord, they encountered 77 colonials. “Don’t fire unless fired upon,” said the minutemen’s leader, John Parker. “But if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.”

Shots were fired, and eight of the minutemen were killed. By the time the British reached Concord, however, resistance had been better organized. At a bridge near one of the entrances to the town, British soldiers were attacked, and the fighting began in earnest.

Now facing hundreds of colonists who prudently stood behind trees and in houses and fired at the redcoats, the British soldiers beat a disorganized retreat to Boston. More than 250 British were dead, missing, or wounded, compared to about 90 Americans killed or wounded.

The war of words was over. The Revolutionary War had begun.

The Day of the 2nd Revolutionary War

1/26/2016 Lavoy Finicum was murdered by the FBI in this day. The FBI planned this murder but they only accomplished one killed. The others hugging the floorboards were lucky to survive the Bonney and Clyde style hail of bullets and multiple flashbangs that were thrown at the vehicle to make them jump into the 10 minute barrage of bullets. What's my point? Ok, here it is. The RKM ROTHSCHILD KHARZIAN MAFIA own the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INC which owns the FBI. They love to use satanic symbols and numbers. Their favorite number is 666. How many 6's do you see in the above date. Add the 1, 2, 2 and 1 to make the 3rd 6. Coincidence?

Quote from a relative:

"I just watched the video again with a different narrative. The people talking thru the video point out that BEFORE he took off shots were fired at the vehicle. That is why Lavoy took off! They were being fired at! The video is posted to FB so I can't copy and paste it here."
They had them put their hands out the window first. Then someone put his head out and they fired at him but missed on purpose. Then a guy got out and they arrested him. Then I believe more shots were fired as if to goad Lavoy into running which he did to protect his passengers. But they were waiting for him at a distance far enough away from witnesses where they planned but failed to kill the rest of them. How could that jerk guy witness that had Ammon in his jeep claim he saw LaVoy charge the police? He was obviously an FBI plant.

Lame Cherry on LaVoy Finicum's Murder
"That is why the FBI shot LaVoy Finicum. He had no gun. He was reaching for no firearm. He was not making any violent move. LaVoy Finicum was reaching to pull up his Wranglers, the FBI new very well he was unarmed and reaching to pull up his pants, and they used it as an excuse to murder LaVoy Finicum. The FBI at that moment murdered the cowboy John Wayne in the moutains of Oregon.........the very mountains where John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn filmed the True Grit sequel.
Special Agent Gregory T. Bretzing knew LaVoy Finicum was pulling up his pants and he went before the American people and lied to them, and told Americans the lie that this was a move to pull a gun."
Is she serious? Sounds plausible. I thought LaVoy was wearing a sidearm. How do we know he wasn't pulling up his pants that got dragged down from walking in heavy snow. If he wasn't wearing his sidearm then those agents have to be charged with murder. So FBI agent Bretzing was on the news lying about it? The heat must really be on them. Good.

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