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February 2, 2013 in Resistance



Copyright February 2, 2013
Ronald Boldt

I cannot understand the stupidity of the American people, who say they are a history buff and yet time and again they either do not know history or they try to fake it.

Here is a good point in fact that yes maybe even you are one of the dumbed down sheep who was taught that it was Paul Revere who did the midnight ride warning of the British are coming.

Before you start screaming that I am wrong think about what were you taught and by whom?

The only reason that the name Paul Revere was used in the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere was due to the simple fact that the poem that was written by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1860, almost a hundred years after the event, was due to the simple reason that the one that did the ride was Dr. Samuel Prescott. And since Prescott does not rhyme with anything it was much easier to use a well-known hero of the war Paul Revere.

Dr. Samuel Prescott (August 19, 1751 – c. 1777) was a Massachusetts Patriot during the American Revolutionary War. He is best remembered for his role in the “midnight ride” to warn the townspeople of Concord of the impending British army move to capture the military stores that kept there at the beginning of the American Revolution.

He was the only participant in the ride to reach Concord.

The One if by land two if by sea was not cried out but was done secretly, with a lamp placed in the tower of Old North Church is the location from which the famous “One if by land, and two if by sea” signal is said to have been sent.

This phrase is related to Dr. Samuel Prescott’s midnight ride, of April 18, 1775, which preceded the Battles of Lexington and Concord during the American Revolution.

Here is another fun fact that is not taught is the 16-year-old Sybil Luddington’s Connecticut ride to warn of an imminent attack on Danbury was about twice as long as Samuel Prescott’s ride. Her achievement and later service as a messenger reminds us that women had very important roles to play in the Revolutionary War.

So here is a thought what if I wrote a great prose and in it I wrote that it was Thorr, the God of Thunder and War had made the ride to Concord, would that make it so? No then why do people want to quote from the prose that was written by a person that was not even born then, let alone was a historian, be quoted as fact.

Many assume, which means it makes an ass out of you and me, that the cry of one if by land two if by sea was cried out, it wasn’t. Think about this for a moment, there was less than 4% of the Colonials that were actually against the Empire way before that battle, they would have stopped the signal, yet the minute men, and militia that was supporters of separation from the King, kept that code secret. When they heard the bell ring as an alarm, the lamp was placed in the tower. So what does this mean, yes you were taught wrong.

Remember even Julius Caesar when he rode through Rome for his Triumphant he had a slave that would whisper two things in his ear, one you are only but a man, and the second was if you fail to learn from history you are condemned to repeat it.

Many out there would even use the claptrap we were taught about Washington and the Cherry Tree, and I cannot tell a lie, well he lied when he said I cut down the cherry tree, since there were no cherry trees on his father’s plantation at that time. WOW another lie we were taught.

People that say they are awake well then if you are then use that gray matter between your ears for something more than a hat rack and do research from reputable sources, not Wikipedia.

To know the real history is a lot better than false history, since it has not only the ring of truth to it, but also it resonates a chord in our heart mind and soul there was other more hidden people that did more then what we will ever know behind the scenes to help us win the war of Independence from the Tyrant.

Would you teach your kids that Winnie the Pooh had killed Lincoln or Kennedy or would you teach them the truth? If you would teach them the truth then why not verify what you are learning and then when someone makes a mistake like this you can step up to the plate and prove them wrong and wake them up also.

Remember that Knowledge is Power.

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  1. I’m not trying to start an argument here…but just to be fair, this excerpt was pulled from the same Samuel Prescott wikipedia page from which you got your information.

    “Because of the “midnight” rides of Revere, Dawes, Prescott, and many other expresses (couriers), minutemen and militia everywhere were on the ready”

    Just because Prescott was the only one to make it to Concord, doesn’t mean that Paul Revere wasn’t involved. The history books do teach about Prescott. Being from Connecticut, I know just as much about him as I do about Paul Revere. There were lots of people involved in the midnight ride. There’s just a select few names that we still talk about today. If you really wanted to impress me, you could have mentioned some of the names involved that AREN’T in the history books.

  2. Well that was the main point i was making you are taught in public re-education camp for kids to be dumbed down, then when you get to college everything you learned was wrong and then later you realize that even the colleges waas teaching you BS,

    This is why you need to do what we did as kids, my generation would research it via books, have 6-9 of them then make up our own minds or create a better theroy about something, Today they are killing history.

  3. Thank you for the history. Im learning new things at an alarming rate, and finding more and more to be leery of. I research as much of what im told as possible. I have found i have to do the equvalent of a college education just to be able to understand half of what is being said. Its sad, because that means almost every thing i was ever told is a lie.

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