Reflect on the Meaning and Symolism of the Statue of Liberty This Fourth of July

 As you celebrate the birth of our great nation, please take the time to learn, review, and reflect on who we are as a nation and why so many have given their blood and treasure to preserve.  Craig Seibert, a patriot and friend who is the director of  Christian Civics and Make Your Vote Count,  has put together a remarkable group of short videos on the Statue of Liberty that we want to share with you this Fourth of July, especially at this juncture in our history  " ...  since many agitators appeal to the poem (Give Me Your Tired and Your Poor) on the Statue of Liberty base for an open border policy." 

 Please enjoy and share with others!  Be safe.   Asheville Tea Party            

" ... what is lost on most Americans and Foreign friends alike is the deep symbolism and meaning of the Statue.   An understanding of these truths will revolutionize the way you look at Lady Liberty and look at your role in being a student of liberty and spreading the ideas of liberty to all who might listen. ..."

 

 

 

Craig Seibert

704-358-0421

Director

www.ChristianCivicsTraining.org

 

The Statue of Liberty Keys - A Global Freedom Strategy
 
The Statue of Liberty has an amazing history.
 
The idea for such a monument was first conceived in 1865 at a dinner party in France just after the end of the US Civil War.   It would be the biggest man made monument in the world at that time and it would be a monument to an ideal, not to a famous person.
 
Originally, it was hoped that the idea would get traction and it would be able to be presented to the citizens of the United States on the 100 year Anniversary of our Declaration of Independence.

 

The idea for such a monument was first conceived in 1865 at a dinner party in France just after the end of the US Civil War.   It would be the biggest man made monument in the world at that time and it would be a monument to an ideal, not to a famous person.

 

Originally, it was hoped that the idea would get traction and it would be able to be presented to the citizens of the United States on the 100 year Anniversary of our Declaration of Independence.

 

Alas, the unsettled nature of French society after repeated wars and the western expansion and industrial revolution in American society kept interest and fund raising enthusiasm tamped down.

 

And yet, a core group of key leaders persevered and after 20 years of effort, the Statue was dedicated on October 26, 1886.

 

This was a remarkable feat.   But what is lost on most Americans and Foreign friends alike is the deep symbolism and meaning of the Statue.   An understanding of these truths will revolutionize the way you look at Lady Liberty and look at your role in being a student of liberty and spreading the ideas of liberty to all who might listen.

 

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Going to a barbecue, parade, visiting friends and family this Fourth of July?  

Please ask folks to support a patriot who will put forth the Trump Agenda - your 2016 election mandates.  Join many great Americans in calling for Jim Jordan as Speaker of the House of Representatives.

 

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