253 Years Ago Today...

Reply Sun 5 Mar, 2023 10:25 am
On March 5, 1770, British soldiers were confronted by an angry mob throwing snowballs and rocks. Colonists were angry about 2,000 British soldiers being quartered in Boston, then a city of 16,000. The colonists were angry about the Stamp Act and the Townshend Acts (these acts taxed a number of goods—there was also a separate Tea Act).

The soldiers fired.

According to the History Channel,

Once the first shot rang out, other soldiers opened fire, killing five colonists–including Crispus Attucks, a local dockworker of mixed racial heritage–and wounding six. Among the other casualties of the Boston Massacre was Samuel Gray, a rope maker who was left with a hole the size of a fist in his head. Sailor James Caldwell was hit twice before dying, and Samuel Maverick and Patrick Carr were mortally wounded.

Attucks is widely considered to be the first casualty of the American Revolution, although there was an earlier victim on February 22 of that year, a boy named Christopher Seider.

Both events lit the fuse on a war that lasted just over seven years and claimed up to 70,000 American lives and up to 25,000 British lives.

Our world would look far different without this war, and these two events led straight to it.
How different do you think the world would look today?
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Reply Sun 5 Mar, 2023 12:34 pm

Rolling Eyes

2023 minus 1770 equals 253

Reply Sun 5 Mar, 2023 02:14 pm
To go back in time, Roman Empire invaded Israel. Christ happen. The Roman Empire fell into loss of crops and widespread disaster. Because most of it's citizens was actual slaves dressed up like nobles. The Roman gods was converted into Christianity via Catholicism. The royals wanted back power so came the 30-60-100 years wars, and the Tudors. Prior to that the Roman Empire had practice slavery as with the rest of the old world. Every walk of life in large numbers had slavery. Modern day slavery is concurrent today.

Taxation without representation was an excuse. Point being is that you wanted to blame anybody then we all should have blame the "Money-Lenders" of the French and British war. That is where things went wrong.

2. The Boston Massacre
3. The Second President of the United States
4. JFK are the only people ( as of now ) to challenge the Money-lenders.

Many people would point to Pagans, Jews, UAE, The-Han-Chinese, and other religious, occult, counter-cultures mentalities being the reason why problems occur.


Or scammers like Julia Uhrman who is now targeting Womens/Children/Girls sports teams/peeps.




It is those Money-Lenders who families and lives are very mortal and very human no different then anybody else. They are profiting off our suffering and mindless death. Especially because of the fact that the ones doing the suffering and dying are mostly "gentles". That is the ultimate truth.

The founding of the United States had nothing to do with the British. It is the reality that people was being forced to pay taxes for products, knowing full well where those taxes was going, and who hands those tax-dollars was playing into.

So continue to dance around and wiggly your little behind, because the "Money-Lenders" are sucking everything up and nobody is slaying them.
Again remember....

2. The Boston Massacre
3. The Second President of the United States
4. JFK are the only people ( as of now ) to challenge the Money-lenders.

Remember what happen to Iraq and Kuwait. Kuwait is now a sess pool and place for tourist to exploit people, like the rubbish the Bolsheviks caused and early reconstruction/occupation period of Japan post WWII.
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Reply Mon 6 Mar, 2023 12:13 am
Was this the trial that John Adams served the defendants?
Reply Mon 6 Mar, 2023 01:49 am
@Region Philbis,
He's using alternative maths.
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Reply Mon 6 Mar, 2023 05:58 am
Yep, it is!
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