The US Wasn't Founded as a Christian Nation
March 31, 2010by Mike Smith
"As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; ...as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquility, of Mussel men; and as the said States never have entered into any war or act of hostility against any Mehomitan nation, it is declared by the parties that no pretext arising from religious opinions shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries." The Treaty of Tripoli of 1797 [emphasis added]
"Freemasonry is the Church of Lucifer masquerading as a fraternal mystical philanthropic order. It fronts for Illuminati (Masonic & Cabalist Jewish) central bankers who started the US as a vehicle to advance their New World Order." [Illuminati Created the US to Advance NWO]
After reading Henry's most recent essay which made it painfully obvious that America and its citizenry have been brainwashed to believe that American was founded upon Christian principles and champions the Christian Faith when in reality, America is the Masonic empire with enough "Christianity" to keep the masses distracted.
those still clinging to the fantasy, I submit for your review and
the Treaty of Tripoli of
1797. The treaty was originally signed in November
of 1797 putting George Washington in the last year of his term.
Interestingly enough, the American diplomat, Joel Barlow, previously
served as the Chaplain in the Revolutionary army.
While there, he became good friends with Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine and read Enlightenment literature. Afterwards, Barlow abandoned orthodox Christianity and embraced rationalism and advocated secular government. Barlow wrote the original English version the treaty and himself penned article 11 (see above). The Senate approved the treaty on June 7, 1797 with official ratification on June 10, 1997 with John Adams signature. Interestingly enough, the wording of the treaty didn't raise an eyebrow when published in The Philadelphia Gazette on the 17th of June, 1797. While the Treaty of Tripoli isn't any longer in force, the wording and approval of our government validates the hypothesis that America is not first and foremost a "Christian" nation.
So, if America isn't a Christian nation, what is She? In my humble opinion, she is exactly what was proffered in Henry's article, in my own words: the United States of America is little more than the "host" for the infectious disease of the New World Order...Freemasonry simply keeps the fever up.
Ask yourself, what is being used by the Masonic Orders to keep the deception alive? Easy, Constitutionalist, "Tea Party", "Truthers","Birthers" and the like. What's wrong with all these? They simply are a distraction to make everyone feel like they make a difference. Any psychology student can tell you that feeling will win out over facts any day of the week until it's too late...psychologists call this cognitive dissonance. Case in point, all the hoopla over the Constitution, Bill of Rights and all other measures for "freedom" were undone by treaties such as the Treaty of Tripoli when the treaty became the benefit of the State with no consideration given for original intent.
Lastly, as mentioned above, in spite of the "right to keep and bear arms", militia members in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan of the Hutaree militia were arrested without so much as committing a crime. They were stripped of their weapons and charged, basically, with thought crimes.
Does a government that bases its governance on a Constitution, a Bill of Rights and is founded upon Christianity behave in such a way? You would think not; however, a government that is sequentially killing off resistance to better facilitate something much bigger and horrifying certainly does.
Does a government who governs upon the "foundation" of Christian principles involve itself in wars of aggression? Killing its currency? Stealing from its own citizenry only to transfer their wealth to foreign banks? Create jobs by shipping them to China? I think not.
Obama Last June - US Not Christian, Muslim or Jewish