World's Largest English Language News Service with Over 500 Articles Updated Daily
"The News You Need Today…For The World You’ll Live In Tomorrow."
As The Storms Of Chaos Batter
29 November 2016
Dearest American Subscribers and Followers,
I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings, but, it’s looking pretty grim in the United States right now as even though the presidential election is finished, those favoring the defeated candidate are now sending out messages saying “goodbye free government, free elections, free speech, and free press, as well as all civil liberties” in warning about the new president—and American’s top journalist has even made an alarming call for 100,000 armed supporters to storm Washington D.C.!
Many of you may not yet have heard of these shocking developments because the US mainstream propaganda media has completely ceased telling the truth about everything—including that when she first heard of her defeat, Hillary Clinton broke down in uncontrollable sobbing, and as verified by the noted American journalist, and former editor-in-chief of Newsweek and New York magazines, Ed Kline.
Another reason, though, you may not of heard of these alarming developments is that they DIDN’T happen during this US presidential election, but during the one held in 1876 when Rutherford B. Hayes became the 19th President of United States beating his opponent Samuel Tilden—and causing one his supporters to issue that warning stating “goodbye free government, free elections, free speech, and free press, as well as all civil liberties” and causing the American newspaper titan Joseph Pulitzer – of Pulitzer Prize fame – to urge 100,000 armed Tilden supporters to storm Washington D.C..
By all historical accounts, Samuel Tilden did, in fact, win the 1876 US presidential election, but due to disputed ballots in several States, the “Compromise of 1877” was reached giving the presidency to Rutherford B. Hays instead—thus leading Tilden in his concession speech to declare:
“In the world's history changes in the succession of governments have usually been the result of fraud or force. It has been our faith and our pride that we had established a mode of peaceful change to be worked out by the agency of the ballot box. The question now is whether our elective system, in its substance as well as its form, is to be maintained.
If my voice could reach throughout our country and be heard in its remotest hamlet I would say. “Be of good cheer. The Republic will live. The institutions of our fathers are not to expire in shame. The sovereignty of the people shall be rescued from this peril and be re-established.”
Barely 11 years prior to Tilden telling his American countrymen that “the Republic will live”, however, it nearly didn’t as the ending of the American Civil War threatened the very existence of the United States when General Robert E. Lee, just before his “Surrender at Appomattox”, had proposed to him by General Edward Porter Alexander that the Southern Confederate army collapse into bands of guerilla fighters, continuing the war until an exhausted Union North finally conceded.
General Lee, as an American patriot first, simply replied to General Alexander:
“You and I as Christian men have no right to consider only how this would affect us. We must consider its effect on the country as a whole. Already it is demoralized by the four years of war. If I took your advice, the men…would be compelled to rob and steal in order to live. They would become mere bands of marauders… We would bring on a state of affairs [that] would take the country years to recover from.”
As both Samuel Tilden and General Lee exemplified, in both politics and war, American patriots aren’t always the winners—but if they maintain and uphold the values and morality of the United States founding principles, this nation will always survive even its most fearful of times.
However, unlike the examples set by Samuel Tilden and General Lee on how true patriots act, America today is being battered by powerful storm forces seeking destroy that nation for the selfish reasons of those refusing to accept defeat, but as history has long proven, this nations people have a resiliency that is unparalleled in modern times, and a morality that is beginning to reassert itself—and proven by the falling divorce rates and abortions hitting record lows in this great country as these once lost people turn once again to God.
To those of you who read Sister Ciara’s monthly letters and are able to hear the Sorcha Faal’s lectures none of what is happening now comes as surprise, but to those of you who haven’t availed yourself of this unique resource for sanity, clarity and reason, I repeat for you the wise words of Samuel Tilden that should be etched upon the hearts, minds and memories of every American:
“Be of good cheer. The Republic will live. The institutions of our fathers are not to expire in shame. The sovereignty of the people shall be rescued from this peril and be re-established.”
Thank you for your time.