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How do ‘they’ do ‘it’? Exposing the truth.

Majick- Money – Might Fort Hood: Fort Hood also captures the attention of the entertainment industry and is the frequent host of celebrities, entertainers and theatrical shows from national dance teams. There are also many opportunities to enjoy the Central Texas atmosphere at Fort Hood, as local talent is frequently performing at Fort Hood clubs. St Thomas and Water Island were closely tied into the major base as Roosevelt Roads. In 1941 (date unknown) the War Department stated the need for artillery and other support for the Submarine Base on St Thomas. Artillery and searchlights were proposed for Water Island.

Water Island

Water Island provides a very interesting story about an early St. Thomas Danish Governor of somewhat doubtful integrity who was accustomed to selling Letters of Marquee to the pirates, authorizing them to prey on Spanish shipping. One of these pirate ships bought such a letter and went to the Isthmus of Panama and crossed over to the Pacific Ocean on foot. There they captured a vessel and went up that coast looting Spanish towns.

The U.S. purchased the 491.5-acre island ‘Water Island’ from Denmark in 1944 for only $10,000 with the explicit purpose of establishing a coastal defense installation on the island to protect its submarine base on St. Thomas during WWII. But Water Island itself didn’t officially become part of the U.S. Virgin Islands until 1996.

In 1950, the Army vacated Water Island and turned it over to the Department of the Interior by an indefinite and revocable permit. The deserted island was leased to Walter Phillips, known today as the patriarch of the island, who constructed homes, roads and a hotel. He transformed the rocky rubble of Honeymoon Beach into the beautiful expansive beach it is today, lining the backside of the shoreline with rows of palm trees.

In 1965, Edward McArdle took over the island, building the plush 100-room resort known as the Water Island Colony Club. The “commodore” of the club was none other than Leicester Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway’s brother. The resort’s name changed over the years before being destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 along with most of the other structures on the island.

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The boule’ This 387 BCE treaty, also known as the King’s Peace, was a peace treaty guaranteed by the Persian King Artaxerxes II that ended the Corinthian War in ancient Greece. The treaty’s alternate name comes from the Spartan diplomat who traveled to Susa to negotiate the terms of the treaty with the king of Achaemenid Persia. 💰1AD. Though the people had little or no power, so far as we can learn, yet the name Demus was in use; and probably, as in most Greek towns, the official title was Boule and Demus, as at Rome it was Senatus Populusque Romanus. The division of the people was into Phylae. Rank & File. Phyle, plural Phylae, any of several “tribes” that formed the largest political subgroups within all Dorian and most Ionian Greek city-states in antiquity. The phylae were at one and the same time kinship groups embracing all citizens; corporations with their own officials and priests; and local units for administrative and military purposes. Sports|Betting |Branding – €£$ Boules games have a very long history, dating back through the Middle Ages to ancient Rome, and before that to ancient Greece and Egypt.. In France in the second half of the 19th century a form of boules known as jeu provençal (or boulelyonnaise) was extremely popular. American Democracy Dr Barry Strauss, a Professor of History and Classics at Cornell University, where he teaches courses on the history of ancient Greece and Rome, war and peace in the ancient world, history of battle, introduction to military history, and specialized topics in ancient history. The History of Geopolitical Dominance: Athens, Rome, and America Larger paper of the discussion has been made available by Dr. Pierris. This is an unpublished paper and is intented for private study purposes only: The Boule’ is a black GREEK secret society based on another secret society founded at Yale University called Skull & Bones. The Boule’s primary founder was Dr. Henry Minton (along with Dr.’s Eugene T. Henson, Edwin Clarence Howard, Algernon Brashear Jackson, Robert Jones Abele and Richard John Warrick), of Philadelphia. Black MEN of Boule:
The Waldensian movement first appeared in Lyon in the late 1170s[1][2] and quickly spread to the Cottian Alps in what is today France and Italy. True to its historic roots, the Waldensian movement today is centred on Piedmont in Northern Italy, and small communities are also found in Southern Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, the United States, and Uruguay. Today the two biggest Waldensian congregations are the Union of Waldensian and Methodist Churches and the Evangelical Waldensian Church of Río de la Plata.[3][4] Jamestown was established/founded in 1607 and became the first permanent English colony in America. Colonial America ‘ Religious Liberty 1657 The Flushing Remonstrance is signed

The Flushing Remonstrance was a 1657 petition to Director-General of New Netherland Peter Stuyvesant, in which several citizens requested an exemption to his ban on Quaker worship. It is considered a precursor to the United States Constitution’s provision on freedom of religion in the Bill of Rights.

According to Kenneth T. Jackson, the Flushing Remonstrance was remarkable for four reasons: it articulated a fundamental right that is as basic to American freedom as any other, the authors backed up their words with actions by sending it to an official not known for tolerance, they stood up for others and were articulating a principle that was of little discernible benefit to themselves, and the language of the remonstrance is as beautiful as the sentiments they express.

You have been pleased to send unto us a certain prohibition or command that we should not receive or entertain any of those people called Quakers because they are supposed to be, by some, seducers of the people. For our part we cannot condemn them in this case, neither can we stretch out our hands against them, for out of Christ God is a consuming fire, and it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. The Navajo Nation #WeThePeople – The 1868 treaty is “not just a historical relic,” says Navajo Nation president Russell Begaye, “it’s a living document. . . It’s a contractual agreement with the U.S. government and the Navajo nation.” The Hopi Prophesy unfolds

🌈 White wolf. Medicine Woman Return of ZeroChiefs ‘The nothing is everything’🙏Medicine tribe @sojmed. Below are the nine Greek houses of black fraternities and sororities.

The Divine Nine

  • Kappa Alpha Psi: This frat was founded in 1911 at Indiana University with the motto, “Training for Leadership since 1911.”
  • Delta Sigma Theta: With its beginning at Howard University, this sorority started in 1913 with the motto, “Transforming Communities through Sisterhood and Service.”
  • Zeta Phi Beta: With over 90 years of history, this sorority was founded in 1920 at Howard University with the principles of “Scholarship, Sisterly Love, Service, Finer Womanhood.”

Ultimately, choosing to join a fraternity or sorority is a big decision and a rich history and famous alumni, might not be the deciding factors for you, but if you meet with the students and learn more about each organization, your decision will be easy!

Nov 25th, 1963. “America doesn’t really want to democracy” JFK.

The U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) has designated the WAAD Project, a Lebanese construction company under the control of Hezbollah, as a Specially Designated National (“SDN”) pursuant to Executive Order 13224 and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.

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