Day 9: This Day in History & The Thomas Jefferson Journey Continues

“Around the world we have militarized against this non-national paramilitary insurgency affecting our world” Adagio 1st

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Today in history Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected president on November 4, 1952.  Eisenhower was a popular World War II general who ran on the slogan “I Like Ike.”    On this day in 1952 Eisenhower easily defeated Democrat Adlai Stevenson.

Traditionally, Election Day in the United States of America is the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. It can fall on or between November 2 and November 8. It is the day when popular
ballots are held to select public officials.

On this day in 2000,  I was in Washington D.C. awaiting the outcome of the race between George Bush and Al- Gore.  But the results did not come in.  Together me and the voters of the United States of America were kept waiting. Over a period of about 6 months I remained between Washington D.C. and the Florida Keys where George Bush Senior went fishing with his son Jeb Bush while the problems of election remained tied up by the electoral votes in Florida.  I spoke to some voters at random in Florida and George Bushes name was [not] mentioned.  At the public libraries computers were slowed down by the problems in the electoral college.

I confirmed this problem in Jacksonville Florida while working and attempting to access the Internet and discussed the matter with an agent at the Library.

It was a very downcast time for many people who expected Al-Gore to win even myself.  Women in florida said he looked like Superman and he was good public speaker to as was Kipper his wife. He was the man with the environmental plan.

The excitement of the new president was always back then the hope of a better economy and the hope of erasing our deficit caused by military spending.   I grew up in a Republican household.  I remember visiting my parents and they would have autographed pictures of some our Republican Presidents and were strong members and financial contributors of the Republican party.

No matter what we did as voters back then, on both sides were men who were members of the same secret society.  As voters we must not place all men in the same class and assume them members of the worst of the mason men’s groups and there were many.  But they all stuck together as men.  And their religious mason idol worshipping unity is why they controlled the United States of America and the world.

So shall it be with us only we have who have believed the best in these men, are believers in Jesus Christ and God’s Holy Spirit.  Despite the technicalities that differentiate our good religions, our general faith in God is the same.  We are one nation under God.  I like God as a general term and we all know that God is good and that God is love.  In John 4:24 it says, God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

The future of assembly is indeed promising and I am confident that our new government will succeed in generating the similar and exciting political events and rallies for Americans to help reinforce the national pride of citizens and voters of the country.

Our National pride is not fixed or based on any one mason man or but the result of the accomplishments of voters who through suffrage and the providence of God managed to break through the bureaucracy that long kept us in debt.

It is my hope and prayer that we will boost the quality of our Nation and our world by having less bureaucracy and more free time to enjoy what our nation and what our world has to offer.

My hope and prayer you enjoy today’s Day 9 in our Thomas Jefferson Journey which is being structured for your reading pleasure at this moment.

Have a great day and nice evening and start thinking about the importance and meaning that Thanksgiving has on our lives in the United States and the World and it is my desire to make it a World Holiday giving thanks also for the deliverance of our great planet by God’s Holy Spirit.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st World Crown & Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America.

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Day 9:  of  The Thomas Jefferson Journey is being reviewed and structured for reading.  Edited to enhance greater reading comprehension and understanding by Jose Maria Chavira M.S.

Drafts of Declaration on Taking up Arms
[July 6, 1775.]

The First Draft

The large advances strides of late taken by the legislature of Great Britain towards establishing in over these colonies their absolute rule, and the hardiness of their present attempt to effect by force of arms what by law or right they could never effect, renders it necessary for us also to shift change the ground of opposition and to close with their last appeal from reason to arms.

And as it behoves those who are called to this great decision to be assured that their cause is approved before supreme reason, so is it of great avail that its justice be made known to the world whose prayers cannot be wanting intercessions affections will ever be favorable to a people take part with those encountering oppression.

Our forefathers, inhabitants of the island of Great Britain harassed having there vainly long endeavored to bear up against the evils of misrule, left their native land to seek on these shores a residence for civil & religious freedom.

At the expense of their blood, with to the loss ruin of their fortune, with the relinquishment of everything quiet & comfortable in life, they effected settlements in the inhospitable wilds of America; they there established civil societies under with various forms of constitution, but possessing all, what is inherent in all, the full & perfect powers of legislation; to continue their connection with the those friends whom they had left & loved; but they arranged themselves by charters of compact under the same one common king who became the thro’ whom who thus became the link uniting of union between the several union was ensured to them multiplied parts of the empire.

Some occasional assumptions of power by the parliament of Great Britain however foreign & unknown to unacknowledged by the constitutions we had formed of our governments were finally acquiesced in thro’ the warmth of affection.

Proceeding thus in the fullness of mutual harmony & confidence both parts of the empire increased in population and wealth with a rapidity unknown in the history of man.

The various soils political institutions of America, its various climes soils & climates opening sure certain resource to the unfortunate & to the enterprising of all every country’s where and ensured to them the acquisition and full possession of property.

Great Britain too acquired a lustre & a weight in the political system among the powers of the world earth which it is thought her internal resources could never have given her.

To the a communication of the wealth & the power of the several parts of the whole every part of the empire we may surely ascribe in some measure surely ascribe the illustrious character she sustained through her last European war and its successful event.

At the close of that war however Great Britain having subdued all her foes she took up the unfortunate idea of subduing her friends also.

Her parliament then for the first time asserted a right of unbounded legislation for over the colonies of America.

By several acts passed in the year of the 5th the 6th & the 7th & the 8th years of the reign of his present majesty several duties were imposed for the purpose of raising a revenue on the said colonists, the powers of courts of admiralty were extended beyond their antient and the inestimable right of being tried in all cases civil trial by twelve peers of our vicinage was taken away in places affecting both life & property.

By part of an act passed in the 12th year of the present reign an American colonist charged with the offenses described in that act may be transported beyond sea for trial of such offenses by the very persons against whose pretended sovereignty the supposed offense is supposed to be committed and pursuing with eagerness the newly assumed thought have in the space of 10 years during which they have exercised the right have made given such decisive severe specimens of the spirit.

This new legislation would be exercised conducted towards the establishment of absolute government over us as leaves no room to doubt the consequence of our further acquiescence under it by two those two other acts passed in the 14th of his present majesty they have assumed a right of altering the form of our governments altogether, and of thereby taking away every security for the possession of life and property.

By several acts of parliament passed in the reign of his present majesty within that period space of time they have imposed upon us duties for the purpose of raising a revenue attempted to take from us our money without our consent, they have taken away the interdicted all commerce first of one of our principle trading towns thereby annihilating its property in the hands of the holders, & more lately they have cut off our the commercial intercourse with all of several of these of whole colonies with all foreign countries whatsoever; they have extended the jurisdiction of the courts of admiralty beyond their antient limits thereby depriving us right of trial by jury in cases affecting both life & property and subjecting both to the decision arbitrary decision of a single & dependent judge; they have declared that American subjects committing charged with certain pretended offences shall be transported beyond sea for trial to be tried before the very persons against whose pretended sovereignty offenses were supposed to be committed; they have attempted fundamentally to alter the form of  government in one of these colonies, a form established by acts of its own legislature and further secured to them by charters of compact with grants and from one the part of the crown; they have erected a tyranny in a neighbouring province acquired by the joint arms of Great Britain & America, a tyranny dangerous to the very existence of all these colonies.

But why should we enumerate their injuries in the detail? By one act they have suspended the powers of one American legislature & by another they have declared they may legislate for us themselves in all cases whatsoever.

These two acts alone form a basis broad enough whereon to erect a despotism of unlimited extent, when it is considered that the person(s) by whom these acts are passed are not with us and thus we we are subject; and what is to prevent us to secure are to protect ourselves against the demolition of our present & establishment of new & despotic government? this dreaded evil?

The persons who assuming the power of doing this are not chosen by ourselves us, are not subject to us our control from us are themselves freed the exempted by their situation from the operation of these laws they thus pass, and remove from themselves as much burthens as they impose on us. lighten their own burthens in proportion as they increase ours.

These temptations might put to trial the severest characters of antient virtue: with what new armour shall a British parliament then encounter the rude assault?

Towards these deadly injuries from the tender plant of liberty which we have brought over & with so much affection we have planted and have fostered on these our own shores we have pursued every lawful measure.

We have supplicated our king at various times in terms almost disgraceful to freedom; we have reasoned, we have remonstrated with parliament in the most mild & decent language; we have even proceeded to break off our commercial intercourse with them altogether as to the last peaceable admonition of our determination to be free by breaking of altogether our commercial intercourse with them and break off our commercial intercourse with them our fellow subjects as the last peaceable admonition that our attachment to no nation on earth should supplant our attachment to liberty: and here we had well hoped was the ultimate step of the controversy.

But subsequent events have shewn how vain was even this last remain of confidence in the moderation of the British ministry.

During the course of the last year they their troops in a hostile manner invested the town of Boston in the province of Massachusetts bay, from that time have held the same beleaguered by sea & land.

On the 19th day of April last in the present year they made an unprovoked attack assault on the inhabitants of the said province at the town of Lexington, killed, murdered eight of them on the spot and wounded many others.

From thence they proceeded in the same warlike all the array manner of war to the town of Concord where they attacked set upon another party of the inhabitants of the said same province killing many of them also burning their houses & laying waste their property & continuing these depredations until repressed by the arms of the people assembled to oppose this hostile unprovoked cruel aggression on their lives & properties.

Hostilities being thus commenced on the part of the British Ministerial troops army they have been since without respite by them pursued the same by their without regard to faith or to fame.

The inhabitants of the said town of Boston having entered into treaty with a certain Thomas Gage said to be commander of these troops and who has actually been a principal actor in the siege of the town of Boston, proffered to the inhabitants of the said town a liberty to depart from the same on principal & encourager of these in chief of adverse enormities violence enormities it was stipulated that the said inhabitants having first deposited their arms and with their own magistrates their arms & military stores should have free liberty to depart out of the same from out of the said town taking with them their other goods and other effects.

Their arms & military stores were they accordingly delivered into their magistrates, & claimed the stipulated license of departing with their effects. But in open violation of plighted faith & honour, in defiance of those that the sacred laws of nations obligations of treaty which even the savage nations observe, their arms & warlike stores deposited with their own magistrates to be kept preserved as their property were immediately seized by a body of armed men under orders from the said Thomas Gage, the greater part of the inhabitants were detained in the town & the few permitted to depart were compelled to leave their most valuable effects goods behind.

We leave to the world their to its own reflections on this atrocious perfidy. The same those gage on the 18th day of June That we might no longer be in doubt the ultimate purpose object aim of these Ministerial maneuvers, the same those gage by proclaiming bearing date the 12 day of June by after reciting the most abandoned grossest falsehoods & calumnies against the good people of America these colonies proceeds to declare them all, either by name or description, to be rebels & traitors, to supersede by his own authority the common law of the land of the said province and to proclaim & order instead thereof the use & exercise of the law martial throughout the said province.

This bloody edict issued, he has proceeded to commit further ravages & murders in the same province burning the town of Charlestown, & attacking & killing great numbers of the people residing or assembling therein; and is now going on in an avowed course of murder & devastation taking every occasion to destroying the lives & properties of the inhabitants of the said province.
To oppose their his arms we have also taken up arms.

We should be wanting to ourselves, we should be wanting perfidious to our posterity, we should be unworthy that free ancestry from which both they & we are derived one common birth, whom we derive our birth descent, were we to suffer ourselves to be butchered, and our properties to be laid waste should we submit with folded arms to military butchery & depredation to gratify the lordly ambition of any nation on earth and or sate the avarice of a British ministry.

We do then most solemnly before in the presence of before God & the world declare, that, regardless of every consequence at the risk of every distress, the arms we have been compelled to assume we will wage with bitter perseverance, exerting to their utmost energies all those powers with which our creator hath invested given us to guard preserve that sacred Liberty which He committed to us in sacred deposit, & to protect from every hostile hand our lives & our properties.

But that this our declaration & our determined resolution may give no disquietude to not disquiet the minds of our good fellow subjects in any part of the empire, we do further declare and assure them that we mean not in any wise to affect that union with them in which we have so long & so happily lived & which we wish so much to see again restored: that necessity must be hard indeed which could may force upon us this desperate measure, or induce us to avail ourselves of any aid which their enemies of Great Britain might proffer.

We took up arms to defend in defense of our persons & properties under actual violation: when that violence shall be removed, when hostilities shall cease on the ministerial part the ministerial party therefore shall cease be suspended hostilities on their part ministerial cease part of the oppression of hostilities they shall be suspended cease on our part also; the moment they withdraw their armies we shall disband ours.

We did not embody & next to a vigorous exertion of our own internal force we throw ourselves towards the achievement of this happy event we call for we confide in on the good offices of our fellow subjects beyond the Atlantic. Of their friendly dispositions we confide we hope with justice reason can not yet cease to hope & assure them they are aware as they must be that they have nothing more to expect from the same common enemy than the humble favour of being last devoured.

A Break In time:   In my Search for a better Abagail Adams portrait I found this portrait Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz..  Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Luise Auguste Wilhelmine Amalie; 10 March 1776 – 19 July 1810) was Queen of Prussia as the wife of King Frederick William III. The couple’s happy, though short-lived, marriage produced nine children, including the future monarchs Frederick William IV of Prussia and German Emperor Wilhelm I.
Her legacy became cemented after her extraordinary 1807 meeting with French Emperor Napoleon I at Tilsit – she met with the emperor to plead unsuccessfully for favorable terms after Prussia’s disastrous losses in the Napoleonic Wars. She was already well loved by her subjects, but her meeting with Napoleon led Louise to become revered as “the soul of national virtue”. Her early death at the age of thirty-four “preserved her youth in the memory of posterity”, and caused Napoleon to reportedly remark the king “has lost his best minister”. The Order of Louise was founded by her grieving husband four years later as a female counterpart to the Iron Cross. In the 1920s conservative German women founded the Queen Louise League, and Louise herself would be used in Nazi propaganda as an example of the ideal German woman.

Th Second Draft
A Declaration of by

We the representatives of the United colonies of America now sitting in General Congress, to all nations send greeting of setting forth the causes & necessity of their taking up arms.

The large strides of late taken by the legislature of Great Britain towards establishing over these colonies their absolute rule, and the hardiness of the present attempt to effect by force of arms what by law or right they could never effect, render it necessary for us also to change the ground of opposition, and to close with their last appeal from reason to arms.

And it behooves those, who are called to this great decision, to be assured that their cause is approved before supreme reason; so is it of great avail that its justice be made known to the world, whose affections will ever take part with those encountering oppression.

Our forefathers, inhabitants of the island of Great Britain, having long endeavored to bear up against the evils of misrule, left their native lands to seek on these shores a residence for civil & religious freedom.  And at the expense of their blood, with to the ruin of their fortunes, with the relinquishment of everything quiet & comfortable in life, they effected settlements in the inhospitable wilds of America. There they established civil societies with various forms of constitution; but possessing all, what is inherent in all, the full and perfect powers of legislation; to continue their connection with the friends whom they had left, they arranged themselves by charters of compact under one the same common king, who thus completed their powers of full and perfect legislation and became the link of union between the several parts of the empire.

Some occasional assumptions of power by the parliament of Great Britain, however unacknowledged by the constitution of our governments, were finally acquiesced in thro’ warmth of affection.

Proceeding thus in the fullness of mutual harmony and confidence, both parts of the empire increased in population & wealth with a rapidity unknown in the history of man. The political institutions of America, its various soils and climates opened a certain resource to the unfortunate & to the enterprising of every country, and ensured to them the acquisition & free possession of property.

Great Britain too acquired a lustre and a weight among the powers of the earth which her internal resources could never have given her.

To a communication of the wealth and power of the whole every part of the empire we may surely ascribe in some measure the illustrious character she sustained through her last European war, & its successful event. At the close of that war however having subdued all her foes it pleased our sovereign to make a change in his counsels.

The new ministry finding all the foes of Britain subdued she took up the unfortunate idea of subduing her friends also.

By them & her parliament then for the first time asserted a right assumed a power of unbounded legislation over the colonies of America; and in the space course of ten years during which they have proceeded to exercise this right, have given such decisive specimens of the spirit of this new legislation, as leaves no room to doubt the consequence of acquiescence under it.

By several acts of parliament passed within that space of time they have attempted to take from us undertaken to give and grant our money without our consent: a right of which we have ever had the exclusive exercise: they have interdicted all commerce to one of our principal towns, thereby annihilating its property in the hands of the holders; they have cut off the commercial intercourse of whole colonies with foreign countries; they have extended the jurisdiction of courts of admiralty beyond their antient limits; thereby they have depriving deprived us of the inestimable right privilege of trial by a jury of the vicinage in cases affecting both life & property; they have declared that American Subjects charged with certain offenses shall be transported beyond sea to be tried before the very persons against whose pretended sovereignty the offense is supposed to be committed; they have attempted fundamentally to alter the form of government in one of these colonies, a form established secured by charters on the part of the crown and confirmed by acts of its own legislature; and further secured by charters on the part of the crown; they have erected in a neighboring province acquired by the joint arms of Great Britain & America, a tyranny dangerous to the very existence of all these colonies.

But why should we enumerate their injuries in the detail?

By one act they have suspended the powers of one American legislature, & by another have declared they may legislate for us themselves in all cases whatsoever. These two acts alone form a basis broad enough whereon to erect a despotism of unlimited extent. And what is to secure us against this dreaded evil?

The persons assuming these powers are not chosen by us, are not subject to our control or influence, are exempted by their situation from the operation of these laws, and lighten their own burthens in proportion as they increase ours. These temptations might put to trial the severest characters of antient virtue: with what new armour then shall a British parliament encounter the rude assault? towards these deadly injuries from the tender plant of liberty which we have brought over, & with so much affection fostered on these our own shores, we have pursued every temperate, every respectful measure.

We have supplicated our king at various times, in terms almost disgraceful to freedom; we have reasoned, we have remonstrated with parliament in the most mild & decent language; we have even proceeded to break off our commercial intercourse with our fellow subjects, as the last peaceful admonition that our attachment to no nation on earth should supplant our attachment to liberty. And here we had well hoped was the ultimate step of the controversy. But subsequent events have shewn how vain was even this last remain of confidence in the moderation of the British ministry.

During the course of the last year their troops in a hostile manner invested the town of Boston in the province of Massachusetts bay, and from that time have held the same beleaguered by sea & land. On the 19th day of April in the present year they made an unprovoked attack assault on the inhabitants of the said province at the town of Lexington, murdered eight of them on the spot and wounded many others.

From thence they proceeded in the all the array of war to the town of Concord, where they set upon another party of the inhabitants of the same province, killing many of them also, burning houses, & laying waste property, until repressed by the arms the people suddenly assembled to oppose this cruel aggression. Hostilities thus commenced on the part of the ministerial army have been since by them pursued without regard to faith or to fame. The inhabitants of the town of Boston in order to procure their enlargement having entered into treaty with a certain Thomas Gage General Gage their Governor principal instigator of these enormities it was stipulated that the said inhabitants, having first deposited their arms with their own magistrates their arms & military stores should have liberty to depart from out of the said town taking with them their other goods & effects. Their arms and military stores they accordingly delivered in, and claimed the stipulated license of departing with their effects. But in open violation of plighted faith & honour, in defiance of the sacred obligations of treaty which even savage nations observe, their arms and warlike stores, deposited with their own magistrates to be preserved as their property, were immediately seized by a body of armed men under orders from the said Thomas Gage General, the greater part of the inhabitants were detained in the town, and the few permitted to depart were compelled to leave their most valuable effects behind.

We leave the world to their own its own reflections on this atrocious perfidy. That we might no longer doubt the ultimate aim of these ministerial maneuvers the same Thomas General Gage, by proclamation bearing date the 12th day of June, after reciting the grossest falsehoods and calumnies against the good people of these colonies, proceeds to declare them all, either by name or description, to be rebels & traitors, to supersede by his own authority the exercise of the common law of the said province, and to proclaim and order instead thereof the use and exercise of the law martial.

This bloody edict issued, he has proceeded to commit further ravages & murders in the same province, burning the town of Charlestown, attacking & killing great numbers of the people residing or assembled therein; and is now going on in an avowed course of murder & devastation, taking every occasion to destroy the lives & properties of the inhabitants of the said province. To oppose his arms we also have taken up arms.

We should be wanting to ourselves, we should be perfidious to posterity, we should be unworthy that free ancestry from whom which we derive our descent, should we submit with folded arms to military butchery & depredation, to gratify the lordly ambition, or sate the avarice of a British ministry.

We do then most solemnly, before God and the world declare that, regardless of every consequence, at the risk of every distress, the arms we have been compelled to assume we will wage use with the perseverance, exerting to their utmost energies all those powers which our creator hath given us, to guard preserve that liberty which he committed to us in sacred deposit & to protect from every hostile hand our lives & our properties.

But that this our declaration may not disquiet the minds of our good fellow subjects in any parts of the empire, we do further assure them that we mean not in any wise to affect that union with them in which we have so long & so happily lived and which we wish so much to see again restored.

That necessity must be hard indeed which may force upon us that desperate measure, or induce us to avail ourselves of any aid which their enemies might proffer. We did not embody a soldiery to commit aggression on them; we did not raise armies for glory or for conquest; we did not invade their island carrying death or slavery to its inhabitants. We took up arms in defence of our persons and properties under actual violation, we took up arms we have taken up arms when that violence shall be removed, when hostilities shall cease on the part of the aggressors, hostilities shall cease on our part also.

The moment they withdraw their armies, we will disband ours. For the achievement of this happy event, we call for & confide in the good offices of our fellow subjects beyond the Atlantic.

Of their friendly dispositions we do not cease to hope; aware, as they must be, that they have nothing more to expect from the same common enemy, than the humble favour of being last devoured. And we devoutly implore assistance of Almighty God to conduct us happily through this great conflict, to dispose the minds of his majesty, his ministers, & parliament to reasonable terms reconciliation with us on reasonable terms, & to deliver us from the evils of a civil war.

? If it might not be proper to take notice of Ld. Chatham’s Plan and its being mentioning his great abilities.

? If it might not be proper to take notice how many great Men in Parlament. and how many considerable Cities and Towns in England, have acknowledged the Justice of our Cause.
? Ld. North’s Proposals.1

Thomas Jefferson
July 25, 1775

Following The Draft of Report on Lord North’s motion
j. mss.
[July 25, 1775.]

This concludes todays Journey through The Works of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 2 (Correspondence 1771-1779, Summary View, Declaration of Independence) [1905]

http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/jefferson-the-works-vol-2-1771-1779

“Let me see” said Itsy Bitsy Bunny  .  “What does it say?”

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Welcome to November 2017 – Plenty of Good things ahead.

Washington November 3 Greetings to everyone in this short address.

We are working on our next Thomas Jefferson entry and also concerned about Mexico’s problems with the day of dead and cults of simple people who still worship the dead because for the last 100 years in Mexico, death was all they knew.

Education is more important than any cult or religion associated with abnormal practices.

In more poor and educated societies these simple peoples cults can elevate worship of the dead to Satanism and greater thoughts of crime to rest control and power of nation and guide them away to their system of religion without exposing all of it to them.   In some cases denying all together that it exists.

These people wear suits and ties and talk elegantly and intelligently and work to undermine anyone who is not part of their network of covens or secret societies exploited always by people capable of even greater murder and magic and eventually both groups have to make an International alliance for the purposes of world domination.

We the children God have our own alliances to and we are the champions of this world placed in power many times by grace a reward for being peaceful or being betrayed and lied to by a president in order to send men to kill for and enhance his magical spells over the nation and for crimes committed by religious politicians that are to massive and morbid to describe in detailed fashion.

That was the old way and its still trying to find a way in.  Death Government is never a good way no matter how they portray themselves at Christmas or how they witch the good people of God to trust them and believe in them.

Death Government is capable of giving you a beautiful illusion of your country and a false sense of national pride.  They are capable of great first class media but our lousy at telling you or admitting that they are in fact a religious cult that in most cases the Men worship Moloch Secretly and pretend to care about women and the citizens.

Like Mexico Germany Russia, and all former countries including China and Japan the State Palaces held very controlled orgies all that included human sacrifices.

The most lethal of these were Presidential all men’s orgies and the International all Men’s Mason leadership orgies.

Magic generated in these orgies favored those nations and covens most committed to the mass murder, abductions and buying children in poor countries for trafficking, serial killing, ethnic cleansing, terrorism and genocide.

I am looking forward to the day I do not have to write these truths, but God will not be mocked by murderous Idol worshippers or those peaceful people who believe in them.

Have happy month of November and pray for yourselves your family and your world and daily giving thanks for every day during these days of justice where if you are not corrected and brought to justice,  you are delivered and saved by grace.

God seeks no false or forced conversions and by yourself in your closet or your room you can pray everyday from your deepest most innermost parts and ask for help from God if you have gotten into problems of a serious magnitude.   You have to be consistent about this and be private about it if religious people bother you or seem to cumbersome.  Once your in the clear you will know it and you will find a church or a religious home whose members are agreeable to your way of thinking and can relate to you.

We all need a spiritual community that supports our spiritual and psychological needs while we go to school play sports and create our future.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Special Agent in Charge of the United States of America.