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Jamie Kelso, Apr. 19, 2010

April 19, 2010

Today we commemorate the 235th anniversary of the stand taken by our forefathers at Lexington green and Concord bridge on April 19, 1775. The Jamie Kelso Show today follows the trail from the Boston Tea Party of Dec. 16, 1753 to the Tea Parties of April 15, 2010. The notice posted in Boston by Patriots in Dec. 1753 before the first Tea Party seems to have lasting meaning: “Brethren, and Fellow Citizens! You may depend, that those odious Miscreants and detestable Tools…those Traitors to their Country who are doing every Thing to Murder and destroy all that shall stand in the Way of their private Interest are determined to come and reside again in the Town of Boston. I therefore give you this early Notice, that you may hold yourselves in Readiness, on the shortest Notice, to give them such Reception as such vile Ingrates deserve. Signed, Joyce, jun., Chairman of the Committee for Tarring and Feathering.”

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5 Responses to “Jamie Kelso, Apr. 19, 2010”

  1. StopWhiteGenocide on April 20th, 2010 7:43 pm

    Mr. Kelso, I love all your shows, but this one, stirred me up like few do. Excellent speech and excellent points, all.

  2. Jenifer on April 22nd, 2010 7:43 pm

    Does anyone keep a list of hotels owned by white gentiles, or conversely a list of foreign owned chains?

  3. Randal on April 24th, 2010 10:19 am

    This was great to listen to. We often read about the key events from this period, but not so much the finer details that paint the full picture in a way that connects these events. Our history is more than a sum total of events, it is a fabric that one must stand back occasionally and view the whole. These events are much more vivid when there is someone discussing them in the way Jamie does, unscripted and as if someone such as your neighbor has suddenly found an interest in this stuff. This show in particular was almost at times like listening to an audio book. The setting and the mood is sometimes more evident when listening to the words, instead of simply reading them.

  4. FedUpEuroAmerican on April 26th, 2010 4:38 pm

    Too bad modern day Americans cannot even move an inch off the internet to help and support each other.

    As for the “tea parties”, still they have not helped one American regain employment or their civil rights.

  5. MT on April 29th, 2010 5:48 pm

    Where is Mr.Kelso???

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