On our Livestream last night, I promised to pass along the information on the US Marshals' Service. So, here is the post that was made on Telegram in the J6 Patriot News room.
🇺🇸🇺🇸CALL FOR ACTION: US MARSHALS🇺🇸🇺🇸
Patriots, you have been wonderful and helpful in the fight against evil. We have another J6er who needs our help! 🙏🏼 Chris Quaglin, his US Marshal #38648509 in case they ask, is in NNRJ, VA. He is very sick. Chris has celiac disease, and the jail is either refusing to give him or lying about giving him proper food. They retaliate every time he asks for help. They poison him and torture him intentionally.
Please contact the Marshals office and tell them that he is still not receiving proper meals even though he has written confirmation that they will provide. The medical doctor has instructed the kitchen to provide gluten free meals, but the jail does not comply with the order. Doctor said he cannot do any more about his situation. Chris is down 50 pounds now. Very serious issue as he again is refusing to eat the poisonous meals.
Please call the numbers below if you can and get the name of who you speak with. The family needs this info per lawyer’s request.
This is TORTURE. He has been assaulted by the guards and send to the hole for 45 days because he asked the jail for gluten free food!
PLEASE CALL US MARSHALS:‼️
202-353-0653 deputy Kerr. He is supposedly trying to help J6ers
703-740-8132 please leave a message
703-740-8400 please leave a message
United States Marshals Service
Office of Professional Responsibility, Internal Affairs
Landover Operations Center
3601 Pensy Drive
Landover, MD 20785.
📧Email: https://www.usmarshals.gov/forms/complaint-form.pdf and file a complaint. (SUBMIT FORM button does not work, so save completed forms and email it to)
Bless you for your kindness and support.
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I recently read a blog post where the writer pontificated on the condition of the world mind. The whole post stuck in my mind, but this particular paragraph really stood out.
"Our leaders today are the most difficult, the most opinionated, the most relentless in getting their own way, the most miserable and sour people, and the ones who are the quickest to blame others for their own mistakes. They have no respect for anyone or anything. They will use anything to get their way. They are the GOD of their religion. The religion of ME. The rules are for thee, but not for me. They are unable to bring themselves down to the common person. They all want to become dictators ... When they become frustrated they become bitter. They think that their opinion is of universal importance and the failure of others to realize this is a crime against them. It becomes their duty to bring revenge upon the people who fail to see the almighty GOD in them. This is where we are at today. We worthless people do not think like these idiots in charge so we must pay." by secretsoftheserpent
In our efforts to fix what has gone wrong with our Republic we need to turn to our history. It may not be pretty, but it's ours and we've evolved and grown along the way. Most times for the better, but sometimes not.
Since the turn of the 20th century it seems we started down a slippery slope away from strength and self-sufficiency, both personally and as a nation to a nanny state of mind that reminds me of a line from a 90's television show. 'The Corps is mother, the Corps is father. We are the children of The Corps." Just replace the word Corps with Government.
In our travels back and forth across the nation first in a tractor-trailer then later gold mining and hauling LTL freight, we've met many people standing strong, but since World War II America has lost it ability to self-sufficient. We outsource our manufacturing and jobs to cheap labor and cheap prices in second and third tier countries. Now days because the government said so, and companies saw the drop in operating expenses, we sit at home plugged in for work and plugged in for pleasure. America is starting to resemble a scene from a science-fiction novel.
As we've moved from hand labor through the Industrial Revolution into the Technology Age, each generation has become mentally and physically weaker, they have little concept of where their food comes from, some join Reddit groups to talk about how clever they are to not have to work, and scream to high heavens when some 'trigger word' is spoken within earshot.
Is it any wonder politicians think they are "the GOD of their religion" when we put them in office for half a century (50 years), telling us how to think and how to live. This might change if we teach ourselves and our children how to think, not what to think.
If I wanted a hive mentality I would have been a bee.
Friday, on their morning stroll to the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, the 1776 Restoration Movement paused to catch their breath and absorb the beauty of the building. The leader of the group, David Riddell, known from coast to coast as Convoy Santa was approached by a woman with her Livestream, TikTok, whatever social media stream flipped her switch primed for battle. The woman introduced herself as a teacher from New Jersey, and asked Santa if they could speak. Below is the results of their conversation.
One night, a statement was made in a YouTube chat I moderate, that piqued my curiosity. The person said, "All the founding fathers were Christians." So I started a search. Was this person statement true? Especially since in the first ten amendments of the Constitution ... The Bill of Rights, we have freedom of religion and the separation of church and state.
During the 18th century wealthy families educated their children with tutors or in boarding schools where they received 'classical education' that included languages, philosophy, literature, history, mathematics, etc. They were sent on Grand Tours of Europe to experience the world before beginning their careers.
Many people who came to the 'Colonies' did so to escape the religious persecution of the Spanish and Roman Inquisition that lasted from 1480 until Napoleon conquered Spain in 1808. Those that escaped the Inquisition were careful to not settle in the Spanish claimed territories.
Back to our Founding Fathers, they were educated during the Age of Enlightenment also known as the age of Reason. They were taught to think scientifically, logically without the taint of emotional or religious bias. It was said Thomas Jefferson took a Bible and cut out all the parts that had to do with miracles, angels, or the supernatural.
Many of them attended church, it was expected in that time, and considered themselves Christians, but with certain caveats. In their public and private writings they demonstrated a belief in a personal God, a familiarity with the Bible, and a belief in prayer. Acknowledging Christ as their personal savior and acceptance of other apostolic beliefs not so much.
Most were Theists, Theists believe in the power of prayer because God intervenes in the affairs of Man. Some like Thomas Paine were deists. Deists believe in a Creator, but not that they intervene in Human affairs. After much study of the writings of the Founders many scholars have come to the conclusion that most of the Founding Fathers were Theistic rationalists. According to Gregg L. Frazer, author of The Religious Beliefs of America's Founders, theistic rationalism is a belief system of the educated elite and not a religion.
"According to scholar Gregg L. Frazer, theistic rationalists “believed in a powerful, rational, and benevolent creator God who established laws by which the universe functioned. Their God was a unitary personal God who was present and active and who intervened in human affairs. Consequently, they believed that prayers were heard and effectual. They believed that the main factor in serving God was living a good and moral life, [and] … morality was central to the value of religion.”
My conclusion ... As most of the founding fathers were educated elite, they would have wanted the citizens of America to not experience the persecution of the Church (Catholic or Christian) that was occurring in Europe, nor did they want the Church controlling the head of state as they did the ruling families on the Continent.
If we're going to have the individual freedom we need to be free to worship as we see fit, and to elect the officials most in line with our beliefs, and not live under threat of religious or political tyrants.
Quote from Great American History & All That's Interesting