15 thoughts on “Happy Hijacking of the People’s Uprising Day From the Trenches!

  1. Happy independence day, everyone.

    Let’s celebrate it be being determined to remain independent. (or by re-establishing our independence actually).

    1. I will not celebrate this lie. This is the day the aristocracy celebrates their hijacking with the sole intent of enslaving the American national. If you celebrate this bullshit, I would have to say you are as institutionalized as those who can’t stop worshiping the illegal military or can’t stop voting.
      It is a lie, plain and simple. It has always been a lie.

      1. Me either, but I have to believe that some good will come from this mess……. Eventually..
        Happy 4th!!

  2. Hello Henry,

    I thought the hijacking happened with the ratification of the ‘Constitution’, in 1787.

    The debate between the federalists and anti-federalists came to a head during the ratification process, but was certainly being discussed in 1776.

    As flawed as the U.S. Constitution may be, we, as a country, have wandered away from the basic tenets of that document. I’m referring to the Bill of Rights and that document is, indeed, worth fighting for. I want to see this country survive these ‘times that try men’s souls’, rally ’round the bill of rights and individual freedom. That will bring the stability needed to then begin an honest discussion about the perceived problems of the constitution.

    Let freedom ring!

  3. One third, meaning 33.3 cents?

    Damn Masons can’t keep away from that number 33.

    B.T.W.; I want to know, if I had one of those notes, whether I could cash it in for 33 1/3 coppers? Who’s going to give me my 1/3 copper?

    And you’re right, Henry: Hijacked right from the onset. Every damn Mason should have been hanged in the Public Square.

    1. Wow, again! They’ve been at the scheme a very long time.

      Ha!! Fiat gone wild!! Got me wondering who were the first to use paper money. Found this:

      “Paper bills were first used by the Chinese, who started carrying folding money during the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907) — mostly in the form of privately issued bills of credit or exchange notes — and used it for more than 500 years before the practice began to catch on in Europe in the 17th century.” More here:


      But of course!! Since they also (everybody knows) invented paper:



      1. The Masonic dirty church cabal that was the aristocracy financed the war with their script. After we were done bleeding, we got to pay it all back to them with interest and they wound up in control of the country. And never forget these were the same son of a bitches that were the king’s men and inflicting the king’s tyranny on the people in the colonies.
        What a lie this country is.

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