July 4, 1826: A Telling Coincidence
Anyone who doubts that the inception of the United States and its Constitution came by way of divine providence may need a wake-up call.
"There are several occurrences in American history that some would call coincidences, but those who believe in a God who ultimately governs over the affairs of this world would call providence. The deaths of Founders Thomas Jefferson and John Adams on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, is perhaps the top among them. Both men served on the committee charged with drafting the document along with Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston."
Daniel Webster: “The concurrence of their death on the anniversary of Independence has naturally awakened stronger emotions.It cannot but seem striking and extraordinary that these two should live to see the fiftieth year from the date of that act; that they should complete that year; and that then, on the day which had fast linked forever their own fame with their country’s glory, the heavens should open to receive them both at once.”
To Webster, the joint passing of Jefferson and Adams was a sign that the United States exists by the dispensation of God Almighty, and that true Americans remain in His care. By “true Americans”, we mean not just the descendants of the Founding Fathers, but all who make common cause with us.
The United States, and those of us who still understand what it is, are the last remaining bulwark against parasitic divergence, the tech singularity, and hell on Earth. Without us, the Human Singularity - a coherent point of human convergence and evolutionary reemergence averting pathological bifurcation - cannot occur.
We have work yet to do. Remember this on our Day of Independence from the whims and infatuations of parasitic authoritarian globalists. Everything depends on our success.
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