It seems that Sam Kennedy made some false promises and many people are angry and frustrated over the lack of progress, so it seems, that the Restore America Movement has been making.
Kelby Smith has been working as a leader in California for the Restore America Movement. Americans have forgotten who we are. It's time that we ask forgiveness of God and that we turn our lives around, this is what will help turn America around. Progress is being made by R A P, but people's lives are still at risk as we go about working to repair the foundations of America.
Robert Hender " R J "
Wed Aug 4, 2010
Subject; Repairing the Foundation on a House Takes Time
On Wednesday morning the 4th of August Kelby Smith joined " R J " on the radio to discuss for 2 hours some R A P details. In 1868 the Corporate United Sttes was created. All the sttes are Corporations too, like franchises of the United States.
We need to understand our history better. We need to go back and take a better look at the Treaty of Paris. We need to understand how the Global Banksters have been liquidating the wealth of the people in America.
It's now time to Stop our Whining. It's now time to lead, follow or get out of the way. There is a lot of work to do in Standing again as " We the People, " and restoring liberty in America. www.republicoftheunitedstatesofamerica.org
Many people are angry at all the promises that were initially made by R A P leaders. It seems like not much progress has been made. Actually, progress has been under in ways that may surprise you.
We thought that Restoring America was just about America. Countries all around the world are watching us now and many nations have been approaching R A P leaders to see how they may help.
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