If only it were possible

This month April has much significance in American history, both good and bad. Since this is such a historical month I thought it would be fun and a learning experience to send some people back in time to relive those events. You know sort of experience history firsthand.

I think first I would like to send the leaders of the gun control cult back in time to Boston, Concord and Lexington Green on say about the 17th of April, 1775. I figure that way they would live the tense moments leading up to the events of the 19th of April, 1775 when the shot that was heard around the world was fired. Yep, they would get to see the British troops marching through the streets. They would get to see and experience firsthand what happens when a government turns on its own people. Leaving them there long enough so they would learn and then bring them back.

Then I would pack them up again and send them to Philadelphia to witness the drafting and signing of the Declaration of Independence on about the 1st of July 1776 and leave them there until the 4th. Then bring them back once again.

Next I would send them to Yorktown, VA. on say about the 16th of October, 1781. They could witness the last few days of war and on the 19th they could watch the British surrender. Here they would learn a very important lesson. They would learn that guns can be used for evil or for good. The British were using guns for evil, to force by the use of arms the colonies comply and be forever subjugated. The Colonials(Americans)were using guns for good, to gain Independence(not to be subjugated). Then again bring them back to the present.

Next I would pack them off the Philadelphia for the second time in the Spring of 1787. Then and there they could witness the Constitution the debates and perhaps gain an understanding of why a bill of rights was added, including the Second Amendment they so despise. They would also understand why the Founders and Framers had no desire to have a full-time standing army. They had not long since defeated a standing army of the Crown. An army that had turned on the citizens(subjects)of the Colonies. The King had declared the Colonies out of his protection and sent his army and army of mercenaries to force the Colonials into submission. Basically the King declared war on his own people(subjects). If the King could declared them out of his protection that would leave one to believe that they were under his protection previous to being out of his protection. They trusted him to protect them yet he offered no protection instead attacked them and their rights. Then once again bring them back to the present.

Why keep bringing them back you ask? To let them reflect of what they are attempting to do. But if they still did not understand I would pack them off one more time. This time the dead of winter, the night of December 25th and morning of December 26th, 1776. They could witness firsthand the lengths men will go to just to be free, independent and guarantee their rights, their God-given rights. Crossing the icy Delaware River at night on Christmas just to attack an enemy.

Just putting this out. Why are some Americans so concerned over the antics of the royal family? I care not that one of them has uploaded or downloaded, I care not if a royal pooch expired. My ancestors fought them and drove them out.

Just for fun I would like to go back to October the 20th 1781 and bring back a few of those brave and heroic Colonials(Americans)and let them see what has become of what they so valiantly fought for and handed down to us. I would ask them, Was it worth it and would you do it again knowing what has become of this precious gift? How would they answer?

DEO VINDICE

3 thoughts on “If only it were possible

  1. We also fought Germany and Japan at one point in recent history, however reconciliation formed friendships. Many places over the globe, similar situations. Since WW2, we understand the War of 1812 (where incidentally, one of my relatives was removed from a cargo ship and pressed into service with the Royal Navy), I guess the best way of looking at it would be, mending fences.

    • The remark about the importance or unimportance about the Royal family was to illustrate the point that they will be glued to their devices waiting for news of the name, they will not however take the time to understand just what it took to give them their right to say the dumb thing they do say.

      • Too many leaders and others on twitters and things blurting. I must agree, but, when we were growing up and later on, we were told to hold our tongues. I have wondered, if movies influenced the loose tongue syndrome? A neighbor of mine, is a real motor mouth. I also notice that he always watches every new movie that comes out, and no matter what, he has animated dialog going, nonstop. People become conditioned.

        Soon, in England, month of May (?), maybe, will be the thoroughbred races where the ladies dress up in beautiful dresses and big chapeau hats. I look forward to seeing photos online of the ponies and, the fashionable ladies. From the hindquarter, some are built pretty good. Horses!! 😉

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