The moment the gavel went down in St. Charles, Illinois, on November 11, 2009, the Continental Congress 2009 became the Third Continental Congress in United States history, thus taking it’s historical place in the on-going battle for freedom in America.
On Sunday, May 16, at 6 pm eastern, an election of new Officers will be held, historically strengthening the work of Patriots nation-wide in our common goal of restoring constitutional governance to the United States.
Organizing this election has kept me away from these pages, my apologies, but sharing with you how we are doing this will enlighten you as to what I have in mind with Stop them Cold and The Revolt Begins. We are using the on-line, confidential meeting space that allows break-out sessions, voting, polling, ‘white board’ work, brainstorming, sharing documents, video…
With 48 states who initially convened, and today’s economy, who can travel? And who is giving for anyone to travel when there are so many other needs? And how do we confidentially and collectively learn about, analyze, and develop effective civic action strategies of broad and strategic nature, and support others in doing so?
Enter Webex®, an on-line meeting tool that has several levels of meeting and training experience. By all means, sign up for the free trial and training and see what it can do…because this is the tool for my earlier invitation.
For the next month, I have available a tool that will allow up to 50 people to join in a meeting. Then I drop back to 25. Both have unlimited meetings. The functionality of this tool is beyond belief.
In the context of the Third Continental Congress, can you imagine having a plenary session and/or discussion; breaking out into work groups with access to white board space, document sharing, etc.; and then back into general session to develop, review, discuss, and approve strategies?
When I put up a story that has a picture of a rope and a caption ‘invitation’, keep an eye out in your mailbox for an invitation. 🙂
Here are examples of photos I might use, related or knot to the story. 🙄
“History has indeed proven that men of honor can and most often do disagree. I am reminded of the ardent Patriot Patrick Henry, our nation’s most celebrated orator on the subject of freedom. Mr. Henry is most often quoted for his exceptionally controversial statement; GIVE ME LIBERTY, OR GIVE ME DEATH! He was considered by many to be a traitor to the Crown. Patrick Henry stood up against intelligent and well stationed Colonists who believed him to be extremist in his views and a war monger. They did everything in their power to undermine Mr. Henry’s call to action because they sought comfort more than freedom. Those educated and highly self esteemed men who plotted against Patrick Henry thought they held the high ground, history would prove they did not. ” TCC–Vice President Dan Gonzales
The call to freedom and liberty will break all chains, and will bind those who would subvert liberty with misery the rest of their lives.
“We are free men and women with the power vested in us by our Creator. We have a right to alter or abolish any form of government or leadership which is not respective of these rights. Give me liberty or give me death… we are out of time!”~ DG
The invitation is not far off. Send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Delegate to the Continental Congress 2009/Third Continental Congress from WY