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KinG Adrian Bible KinG Adrian Porter This piece of information is from the book Think & Grow Rich which has very important knowledge every Caymanian needs to know and hold-fast we as a Country, The Cayman Islands are safer today Monday, June 11, 2018 than we have ever been we do not need England the Queen over us no longer, we do not need her politicians political pretense or presence around us no longer 🙂 Based on Interbrand’s “best global brand” study of 2015, Coca-Cola was the world’s third most valuable brand, after Apple and Google.[2] In 2013, Coke products were sold in over 200 countries worldwide, with consumers drinking more than 1.8 billion company beverage servings each day. what every Caymanian needs to know, the truth every Caymanian needs to know; If you don’t stand for something you will fall for anything, But, the greatest decision of all time, as far as any American country man is concerned, was reached in Philadelphia, July 4, 1776, when fifty-six men signed their names to a document, which they well knew would bring freedom to all Americans, or leave every one of the fifty-six hanging from a gallows!

You have heard of this famous document, but you may not have drawn from it the great lesson in personal achievement it so plainly taught.

We all remember the date of this momentous decision, but few of us realize what courage that decision required. We remember our history, as it was taught; we remember dates, and the names of the men who fought; we remember Valley Forge, and Yorktown; we remember George Washington, and Lord Cornwallis. But we know little of the real forces back of these names, dates, and places. We know still less of that intangible POWER, which insured us freedom long before Washington’s armies reached Yorktown.

We read the history of the Revolution, and falsely imagine that George Washington was the Father of our Country, that it was he who won our freedom, while the truth is—Washington was only an accessory after the fact, because victory for his armies had been insured long before Lord Cornwallis surrendered. This is not intended to rob Washington of any of the glory he so richly merited.

Its purpose, rather, is to give greater attention to the astounding POWER that was the real cause of his victory.

It is nothing short of tragedy that the writers of history have missed, entirely, even the slightest reference to the irresistible POWER, which gave birth and freedom to the nation destined to set up new standards of independence for all the peoples of the earth. I say it is a tragedy, because it is the self-same POWER which must be used by every individual who surmounts the difficulties of Life, and forces Life to pay the price asked.

Let us briefly review the events which gave birth to this POWER. The story begins with an incident in Boston, March 5, 1770. British soldiers were patroling the streets, by their presence, openly threatening the citizens. The colonists resented armed men marching in their midst. They began to express their resentment openly, hurling stones as well as epithets, at the marching soldiers, until the commanding officer gave orders, “Fix bayonets. Charge!”

The battle was on. It resulted in the death and injury of many.

The incident aroused such resentment that the Provincial

Assembly, (made up of prominent colonists), called a meeting for the purpose of taking definite action. Two of the members of that Assembly were, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams-LONG LIVE THEIR NAMES! They spoke up courageously, and declared that a move must be made to eject all British soldiers from Boston.

Remember this-a DECISION, in the minds of two men, might properly be called the beginning of the freedom which we, of the United States now enjoy. Remember, too, that the DECISION of these two men called for FAITH, and COURAGE, because it was dangerous.

Before the Assembly adjourned, Samuel Adams was appointed to call on the Governor of the Province, Hutchinson, and demand the withdrawal of the British troops.

The request was granted, the troops were removed from Boston, but the incident was not closed. It had caused a situation destined to change the entire trend of civilization. Strange, is it not, how the great changes, such as the American Revolution, and the World War, often have their beginnings in circumstances which seem unimportant? It is interesting, also, to observe that these important changes usually begin in the form of a DEFINITE DECISION in the minds of a relatively small number of people. Few of us know the history of our country well enough to realize that John Hancock, Samuel Adams, and Richard Henry Lee (of the Province of Virginia) were the real Fathers of our Country.

Richard Henry Lee became an important factor in this story by reason of the fact that he and Samuel Adams communicated frequently (by correspondence), sharing freely their fears and their hopes concerning the welfare of the people of their Provinces. From this practice, Adams conceived the idea that a mutual exchange of letters between the thirteen Colonies might help to bring about the coordination of effort so badly needed in connection with the solution of their problems. Two years after the clash with the soldiers in Boston (March ‘72), Adams presented this idea to the Assembly, in the form of a motion that a Correspondence Committee be established among the Colonies, with definitely appointed correspondents in each Colony, “for the purpose of friendly cooperation for the betterment of the Colonies of British America.”

Mark well this incident! It was the beginning of the organization of the far-flung POWER destined to give freedom to you, and to me. The Master Mind had already been organized. It consisted of Adams, Lee, and Hancock. “I tell you further, that if two of you agree upon the earth concerning anything for which you ask, it will come to you from My Father, who is in Heaven.”

The Committee of Correspondence was organized. Observe that this move provided the way for increasing the power of the Master Mind by adding to it men from all the Colonies. Take notice that this procedure constituted the first ORGANIZED PLANNING of the disgruntled Colonists.

In union there is strength! The citizens of the Colonies had been waging disorganized warfare against the British soldiers, through incidents similar to the Boston riot, but nothing of benefit had been accomplished. Their individual grievances had not been consolidated under one Master Mind. No group of individuals had put their hearts, minds, souls, and bodies together in one definite DECISION to settle their difficulty with the British once and for all, until Adams, Hancock, and Lee got together.

Meanwhile, the British were not idle. They, too, were doing some PLANNING and “Master-Minding” on their own account, with the advantage of having back of them money, and organized soldiery.

The Crown appointed Gage to supplant Hutchinson as the Governor of Massachusetts. One of the new Governor’s first acts was to send a messenger to call on Samuel Adams, for the purpose of endeavoring to stop his opposition—by FEAR.

We can best understand the spirit of what happened by quoting the conversation between Col. Fenton, (the messenger sent by Gage), and Adams.

Col. Fenton: “I have been authorized by Governor Gage, to assure you, Mr. Adams, that the Governor has been empowered to confer upon you such benefits as would be satisfactory, [endeavor to win Adams by promise of bribes], upon the condition that you engage to cease in your opposition to the measures of the government. It is the Governor’s advice to you, Sir, not to incur the further displeasure of his majesty. Your conduct has been such as makes you liable to penalties of an Mt of Henry VIII, by which persons can be sent to England for trial for treason, or misprision of treason, at the discretion of a governor of a province. But, BY CHANGING YOUR POLITICAL COURSE, you will not only receive great personal advantages, but you will make your peace with the


Samuel Adams had the choice of two DECISIONS. He could

cease his opposition, and receive personal bribes, or he could


Clearly, the time had come when Adams was forced to reach

instantly, a DECISION which could have cost his life. The majority

of men would have found it difficult to reach such a decision. The

majority would have sent back an evasive reply, but not Adams! He

insisted upon Col. Fenton’s word of honor, that the Colonel would

deliver to the Governor the answer exactly as Adams would give it to


Adams’ answer, “Then you may tell Governor Gage that I trust

I have long since made my peace with the King of Kings. No

personal consideration shall induce me to abandon the righteous

cause of my Country. And, TELL GOVERNOR GAGE IT IS THE

ADVICE OF SAMUEL ADAMS TO HIM, no longer to insult the

feelings of an exasperated people.”

Comment as to the character of this man seems unnecessary.

It must be obvious to all who read this astounding message that its

sender possessed loyalty of the highest order. This is important.

(Racketeers and dishonest politicians have prostituted the honor for

which such men as Adams died).

When Governor Gage received Adams’ caustic reply, he flew

into a rage, and issued a proclamation which read, “I do, hereby, in

his majesty’s name, offer and promise his most gracious pardon to

all persons who shall forthwith lay down their arms, and return to

the duties of peaceable subjects, excepting only from the benefit of


offences are of too flagitious a nature to admit of any other

consideration but that of condign punishment.”

As one might say, in modern slang, Adams and Hancock were

“on the spot!” The threat of the irate Governor forced the two men to

reach another DECISION, equally as dangerous. They hurriedly

called a secret meeting of their staunchest followers. (Here the

Master Mind began to take on momentum). After the meeting had

been called to order, Adams locked the door, placed the key in his

pocket, and informed all present that it was imperative that a

Congress of the Colonists be organized, and that NO MAN SHOULD



Great excitement followed. Some weighed the possible

consequences of such radicalism. (Old Man Fear). Some expressed

grave doubt as to the wisdom of so definite a decision in defiance of

the Crown. Locked in that room were TWO MEN immune to Fear,

blind to the possibility of Failure. Hancock and Adams. Through the

influence of their minds, the others were induced to agree that,

through the Correspondence Committee, arrangements should be

made for a meeting of the First Continental Congress, to be held in

Philadelphia, September 5, 1774.

Remember this date. It is more important than July 4, 1776. If

there had been no DECISION to hold a Continental Congress, there

could have been no signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Before the first meeting of the new Congress, another leader,

in a different section of the country was deep in the throes of

publishing a “Summary View of the Rights of British America.” He

was Thomas Jefferson, of the Province of Virginia, whose

relationship to Lord Dunmore, (representative of the Crown in

Virginia), was as strained as that of Hancock and Adams with their


Shortly after his famous Summary of Rights was published,

Jefferson was informed that he was subject to prosecution for high

treason against his majesty’s government. Inspired by the threat,

one of Jefferson’s colleagues, Patrick Henry, boldly spoke his mind,

concluding his remarks with a sentence which shall remain forever

a classic, “If this be treason, then make the most of it.”

It was such men as these who, without power, without

authority, without military strength, without money, sat in solemn

consideration of the destiny of the colonies, beginning at the

opening of the First Continental Congress, and continuing at

intervals for two years—until on June 7, 1776, Richard Henry Lee

arose, addressed the Chair, and to the startled Assembly made this


“Gentlemen, I make the motion that these United Colonies are,

and of right ought to be free and independent states, that they be

absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown, and that all politi-

cal connection between them and the state of Great Britain is, and

ought to be totally dissolved.”

Lee’s astounding motion was discussed fervently, and at such

length that he began to lose patience. Finally, after days of

argument, he again took the floor, and declared, in a clear, firm choice or decision to vote ABillion Friends 2020-21 election with fact we are truly global 🌎🇮🇱️