Source: Dinar Chronicles
This note is in honor of George Washington, the Father of America, who's birthday was February 22nd (2-2-2).
I am not a historian, but what did he and our ancestors fight for? For liberation from the King and his ruling class, from the 1%, so that the colonies could be free to self-govern and not be under the weight of Britain. Just as today, with the mammoth hidden international controls and suppression.
What were the conditions of the times? Think about it -- against all odds! Just off the top for example -- His army: a large group of non-professional volunteers. Communications: no cell phones, no GPS, no satellite images, just hand-written letters and couriers. Finances: collections from donations. The weather: the biting cold of the northeast with rain, sleet, and snow. Their clothes: no high-tech fabrics, just wool, leather, canvas, and felt. Food: no mass produced products or MREs, maybe jarred preserves, jerky, and having to hunt for meats. Cooking: no electric ovens, just open-air campfires.
Talk about discouragement. That's enough for anyone to quit, before even getting started! Bottom line -- WE OWE A LOT to this great man and his army. It is good to contemplate the meaning of holidays, not just that one has the day off or things are on sale.
Here is a link to the famous Vision of George Washington:
A unmeasurable Thank You to our beloved George Washington,