I’ve long wondered about the legitimacy of the American Revolution. Now we know.
“I hope that it might inspire people to start to look beyond some of the mythology we grew up in our mainstream history textbooks, much of which has been used to drive us to the current patriot fervor that still takes place, in driving us into wars that we find are so often unjustified in the middle east for an ultimate goal of a NWO. I think that the inception of America was very much a part of this NWO. …
I hope this might also serve as an affirmation that war is a dreadful thing, and that the reasons for war often turn out to be unjustified.”
“The more I study history the more I find that it does follow a definite pattern.”
– James Perloff Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
Story Written Out at JamesPerloff.com:
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, PART I: THE SECRETS BURIED AT LEXINGTON GREEN — Who Really Fired “The Shot Heard Round The World”?
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, PART II: WHO WROTE THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE — And Was the Revolution a “Christian” War?
Video was at: youtube.com/watch?v=5AsKykQaqxM
Who Fired the Shot(s) Heard Round the World?
Published on Apr 19, 2016
SHOW NOTES AND MP3: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=18449
The Secrets Buried at Lexington Green
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