A Unique Washington’s Birthday Message

AMERICA’S FIRST PRESIDENT RETURNS, DECRIES “POLITICS AND POLITICAL PARTIES”

by Sharon Rondeau

(Feb. 22, 2019) — The Full Disclosure Network has posted a video of “George Washington” addressing the United States of America on Presidents’ Day, February 16, based on his observations of what has occurred since the American Revolution.

Washington was born on this day in 1732.

In his address, “Washington” discussed the concept of “freedom” and its outgrowth, political debate.  He objected to the current U.S. military being “perpetually at war and entangled all over this planet, playing policeman.”

He said he and the other Founding Fathers saw “the danger,” 200+ years ago, as the deep divisions caused by “politics and political parties.”

“Professional politicians were unthinkable 200 years ago,” he stated.  He said that today’s politicians appear to have become “self-servers” rather than “public servers.”

Speaking of political parties, he observed that “It just seems like everything’s about money.”

He said “the purpose of the government” in his time was to “solve the people’s problems, not to make them worse…”  “For coming through time and imagining, as I have, what it could have been like if made different decisions and we’re back in touch with the fundamentals of what America was about — life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness; harmony and getting along together in mutual respect for each and every person — I think that’s where we all need to go…”

The video is here:  https://www.fulldisclosure.net/2019/02/george-washington-b-day/

He said he believes there is a “need” for “citizens to take back this country.”

 

 

 

One Response to "A Unique Washington’s Birthday Message"

  1. Nikita's_UN_Shoe   Friday, February 22, 2019 at 3:56 PM

    Any birther bashers reading ‘The Post & Email? Debate this:
    George Washington, the first U.S. president, was not a natural born Citizen.

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