THE BRITISH (ISRAEL ROTHSCHILDS ZIO-MOB) ARE AMERICANS’ TOP ENEMIES TO THIS DAY = NOTHING HAS CHANGED SINCE 1775!

THE BRITISH (ISRAEL ROTHSCHILDS ZIO-MOB) ARE AMERICANS’ TOP ENEMIES TO THIS DAY = NOTHING HAS CHANGED SINCE 1775!

THE BRITISH-ISRAELI ROTHSCHILDS ZIONIST CRIME SYNDICATE SAY = “NO” TO AMERICANS HAVING SOCIAL SERVICES LIKE MEDICARE FOR ALL & EVEN WANT TO DESTROY SOCIAL SECURITY!

THE BRITISH-ISRAELI ROTHSCHILDS ZIONIST CRIME SYNDICATE SAYS = “YES” TO AMERICANS PAYING $40.6+ TRILLION SINCE 2000 FOR ZIO-SYNDICATE FAKED WARS AND FED RESERVE “MONEY CHANGER” SCAMS!

BRITISH QUEEN WERE INSTIGATORS OF MASS MURDER OF AMERICANS ON 911 — 2 minutes

Paul Revere American Patriotic Activist and silversmith and engraver (1735-1818) of Boston, Massachusetts

PAUL REVERE = Best known for alerting the colonial militia to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord in dramatized poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride” (1861) = “The British are coming, The British are coming”

PAUL REVERE = Prominent in Boston and helped organize an intelligence and alarm system to keep watch on the British military.

PAUL REVERE = In 1800 he became the first American to successfully roll copper into sheets for use as sheathing on naval vessels.

PAUL REVERE = Business suffered under British rule and under the British imposed Stamp Act of 1765 he suffered more from the downturn in the Massachusetts economy.

Paul Revere was well-connected to the “Loyal Nine”—organizers of the earliest protests against the Stamp Act but supported the dissident cause, he produced engravings and other artifacts with political themes. = Arrival of British troops + Famous depiction of the March 1770 Boston Massacre.

British imposed the TAXES with the 1773 Tea Act leading to the Boston harbor rebellion = Revere took his turns on guard duty, and was one of the ringleaders in the Boston Tea Party and dumped tea from the British ships into the harbor.

REVERE (1773-1775) served as a courier on 18 trips for the Boston Committee of Public Safety, traveling to New York and Philadelphia to report on the political unrest in Boston.

1774 = British run military governor of Massachusetts, General Thomas Gage, dissolved the provincial assembly on orders from Great Britain and closed the port of Boston and all over the city forced private citizens to be PRISONERS IN THEIR OWN HOMES.

1774 Revere and a group of 30 “mechanics” began meeting in secret to coordinate the gathering and dissemination of intelligence by “watching the Movements of British Soldiers”.  Revere regularly contributed politically charged engravings to the recently founded Patriot monthly, Royal American Magazine.

REVERE = Rode to Portsmouth, New Hampshire in December 1774 upon rumors of an impending landing of British troops there, a journey known in history as the Portsmouth Alarm. Although the rumors were false, his ride sparked a rebel success by provoking locals to raid Fort William and Mary, defended by just six soldiers, for its gunpowder supply.

REVERE = 1775 Based on observed British Army troop movements, Joseph Warren sent Revere to warn the Massachusetts Provincial Congress in Concord and after receiving the warning “The British are coming”, Concord residents began moving the military supplies away from the town.

BRITISH One week later ordered the disarming of the American rebels and removal of their hidden weapons around Concord and to imprison the rebellion’s leaders, especially Samuel Adams and John Hancock. The king’s troops headed to Lexington and Concord to capture weapons and Adams and Hancock. Revere and others concerned that their leaders in Lexington were unaware of the potential danger that night sent out a warning with Revere and Dawes to alert colonial militias in nearby towns.  Revere had instructed Robert Newman, the sexton of the North Church, to send a signal by lantern to alert colonists in Charlestown as to the movements of the troops when the information became known = “one if by land, two if by sea”. The Charlestown colonists dispatched additional riders to the north.  Riding through present-day Somerville, Medford, and Arlington, Revere warned patriots along his route, many of whom set out on horseback to deliver warnings of their own = As many as 40 riders.

Revere and the others depended on secrecy and DID NOT SHOUT THE WARNINGS since British army patrolled the area & many colonists were loyal to the British.  Revere arrived in Lexington around midnight, with Dawes arriving about a half-hour later. They met with Samuel Adams and John Hancock, who were spending the night with Hancock’s relatives.  They believed that BRITISH forces leaving the city were too large for the sole task of arresting two men and that Concord was the main target.

Revere, Dawes, and Prescott were detained by a British Army patrol in Lincoln at a roadblock on the way to Concord.  But Prescott jumped his horse over a wall and escaped into the woods; he eventually reached Concord. Dawes escaped but fell off his horse  and did not complete the ride.

Revere was captured and questioned by the British soldiers at gunpoint. He told them of the army’s movement from Boston, and that British army troops would be in some danger if they approached Lexington.  The British major demanded Revere explain the gunfire, and Revere replied it was a signal to “alarm the country” plus the Lexington town bell began to clang rapidly = The town’s alarmed, and you’re all dead men!” So the British soldiers ran away freeing Revere and other prisoners as the British ran back to warn their commanders.

Revere on foot joined Hancock and Adams in Lexington.

Three men triggered a flexible system of “alarm and muster” that had been carefully developed months before to bring together the militias.  And successfully allowed the militia to confront the British troops in Concord, and drive the British all the way back to Boston.

SAME BRITISH ROTHSCHILDS ZIONIST-CRIMINAL-SYNDICATE HAS TAKEN-OVER AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND ARE DESTROYING AMERICANS IN 2017!

 

 

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