November 22nd, 2018 6:48 AM

Dear Friends,

Today we celebrate Thanksgiving. However, the 22nd is considered by many Americans, as a day that will always be remembered for the trauma that devastated a nation.
It has been 55 years since the assassination of the 35th President of the United States. Of all the occurrences that have transpired during these years, the tragic circumstances on November 22nd, 1963 continues to be recognized significantly as one of the most grievous historical events in modern American history.

While we remember certain periods of our past to gain an understanding of our current station in life through the voluminous circumstances that have taken place, the truth in time will always be revealed. Most Americans genuinely believe a conspiracy was involved in the planning and the execution of orders to eliminate the Chief Executive. Evidence has shown the laborious workings of individuals and entities determined to control the destiny of Americans by his death.

On this Thanksgiving Day, it is unfortunate to say many of us will come to the realization, that evil continues to plague this nation in appearance and by its manifestations. The treachery of today continues to be exposed and examined by Americans that love this country and have a resounding respect for the Constitution. This past Mid Term Election has disclosed a deep hatred for the rule of law by powerful forces. Concurrently, the 'acceptance' of election fraud in various forms by its suppression instigated by the main street media, along with suspicious entanglements of deception by an opposing political party; an entertainment industry that has lost its audience by its deleterious political confrontations and the fervor of domineering socialist activists - have all displayed overbearing mental afflictions by their unorthodox understanding of the inner workings and the role of a Constitutional Republic. When a newly elected Democratic Socialist Congresswoman from New York is unable to correctly identify the 3 Branches of Government, America must consider the consequences of its actions.

A Harvest of Blessing

At his inauguration on January 20th, 1961, President Kennedy's infamous recommendation to all Americans was to:

 "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country."

 In my own simple way, my contribution of writing the TeamBlog is to always incorporate the truth. My sincere counsel is to energize the ability for everyone to live life to its fullest - without negative impediments by coercive forces -  unwilling to embrace Judeo-Christian values that have complimented our society since America's founding.

On this momentous Thanksgiving Day, I remember the triumphs and the horrors I've encountered in my life. Nevertheless, I am grateful to be an American, as I thank everyone that has contributed to the wisdom I so fruitfully enjoy - at this time in my life.

While America has its problems, a majority of compassionate Americans are grateful to have the opportunity to assist others of their misfortunes, by recalling how to fulfill one's responsibilities 'on what we can do for our country'. The true meaning of Thanksgiving is resurrected once again as 'God's work must truly be our own'.

Incidentally, many discerning Americans know that President Kennedy is watching America from a distance, and we pray that God will continue to bless this nation and deliver us from evil.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanks again for your continuous support.

JFK - Inauguration

From A Distance - Ronan Tynan

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Posted by Jesse Dorado on November 22nd, 2018 6:48 AMPost a Comment

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