Sunday, May 21, 2006

The 21st Century Paul Revere Ride of 2006
Paul Revere riding into the 21st century

On the night of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere rode his horse from Charlestown to Lexington to warn American forces of advancing British troops. The poet Longfellow thrust the legendary ride into folklore with, "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere." Other unknown patriots also rode to warn of the danger facing the American militia. Their efforts promoted a successful campaign that allowed the creation of the United States of America.

"I will ride at midnight to warn the Militia and Minutemen of the towns about the approach of the British Redcoats once we have lighted the one or two signal lanterns in the belfry of the North Church." --Paul Revere to Patriot Leaders and Activists: Warren, Church, Dawes, Prescott in April 1775 in Boston, Massachusetts.

After Americans won their freedom, James Madison, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and other founding fathers created this nation and its unique Republican form of governance that has stood the test of time for 230 years. Never before in the history of the world have so many from every walk of life enjoyed so much personal freedom to work, worship and pursue their right to happiness.

However, in the past 25 years, as the world became desperate with tragic consequences to people around the world, America has become the destination of millions of legal and illegal migrants. At first, Americans didn't think much of 1.1 to 1.5 million people migrating into their expansive, rich country.

But today, immigration, both legal and illegal exceeds 4,000,000 annually. The United States absorbs more immigrants than all other countries combined. Over 3,000,000 of those migrants, according to Time Magazine, break over America's borders unlawfully. In recent years, their numbers exceed 20,000,000 on U.S. soil. They disrupt school systems with dozens of languages, carry diseases that infect America's citizens, create turmoil through crime, drug trade and cultural incompatibilities.

Illegal aliens colonize, upset and brandish incompatible ideas that work against the U.S. Constitution and the rule of law. Ample consequences manifest in Paris, France; Amsterdam, Holland; Madrid, Spain; Bergen, Norway and London, England. More sobering, the line of immigrants from Third World countries grows by 85 million annually. In other words, the line never ends. Nothing is solved. First World host countries suffer grave and growing consequences.

America stands at a crossroads. It either controls its sovereignty by maintaining its borders or it suffers the consequences of massive population overload, balkanization, accelerating crime, educational breakdown, water shortages, economic ruin and loss of the Middle Class. In other words, the United States may become another Third World country.

The 21st century American crisis quickens! When the rate of immigration exceeds the rate of assimilation, it's a recipe for the breakdown of any civilization. It's creating linguistic and cultural apartheid, and a separated, and antagonistic non-citizen class of disenfranchised people. This invasion is aided and abetted at the highest levels of our own government leading all the way to the president and Congress.

Paul Revere warned his fellow patriots. He and his fellow militia succeeded. They carried out their duty to God and their country--in their time.

Therefore, like Paul Revere in 1775, new patriots step forth such as the Minutemen in Arizona and new chapters forming in all states. Modern day sentinels stand guard at web sites and computer terminals across the nation.

Like those who served to bring this nation into being, today's patriots must ride to warn the nation in the early years of the 21st century. In the summer of 2006, please welcome brave men and women on modern day iron steeds that ride through hamlets, towns, cities and states to warn citizens of the ongoing invasion of illegal aliens across America’s borders.

These modern-day Paul Reveres carry instructions on "How to Stop the Illegal Alien Invasion" and will visit all 48 states and capitols on their way to Washington, DC. They ride to warn you and your loved ones. Yes, they ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles instead of horses--but their message echoes Revere's ride.

For over 230 years, America's soldiers did not die for open borders. The Paul Revere Riders stand as sentinels, as patriots, as mothers and fathers that stand for their families, their country and God. When they pass by your town, give them a cheer. They carry the hopes and dreams of all Americans who love life, liberty and the American Dream.

"We will ride, as our forefathers before us, to warn Americans in 2006 of this destructive invasion of lawless foreigners that commandeers our American Republic."-Frosty Wooldridge to Patriots to Preserve the American Republic.

Conviction without action is worthless; conviction with action changes history. Paul Revere led the way in his time and we carry the torch in our time.
Below is a route schedule with arrival dates. You can also print a flyer with information about the ride and the route.
Motorcycle Route: All dates are close estimates:
Denver, Colorado - May 29 (holiday)
Cheyenne, Wyoming - May 29 (holiday)
Billings, Montana - May 30
Helena, Montana - June 1
Pocatello, Idaho - June 2 PM
Salt Lake City, Utah - Saturday, June 3 Noon
Twin Falls, Idaho - Sunday, June 4 Noon
Boise, Idaho - June 5 AM
Seattle, Washington - June 8 AM
Olympia, Washington - June 8 PM
Salem, Oregon - June 9
Sacramento, California - June 12 PM
Carson City, Nevada - June 13 AM to LA via PCH
Los Angeles, California - Saturday, June 17 AM
San Diego, California - Sunday, June 18 AM
Phoenix, Arizona - June 20 AM
Santa Fe, New Mexico - June 22 AM
Austin, Texas - Sunday, June 25 AM
Crawford, Texas - Sunday, June 25 Noon
Dallas, Texas - Sunday, June 25 PM
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - June 27 PM
Jefferson City, Missouri - June 29 AM
Topeka, Kansas - June 30 AM
Lincoln, Nebraska - June 30 PM
Des Moines, Iowa - Saturday, July 1 PM
Pierre, South Dakota - July 2 PM
Bismarck, North Dakota - July 3 AM (holiday)
St. Paul, Minnesota - July 4 PM
Madison, Wisconsin - July 7 PM
Chicago, Illinios - Saturday, July 8 Noon
Springfield, Illinois - Sunday, July 9 PM
Lansing, Michigan - July 13 AM
Indianpolis, Indiana - July 14 AM
Franfort, Kentucky - July 14 PM
Nashville, Tennessee - Sunday, July 16 AM
Little Rock, Arkansas - July 18 PM
Baton Rouge, Lousiana - July 19 PM
Jackson, Mississippi - July 20 PM
Montgomery, Alabama - July 21 PM
Tallahassee, Florida - Saturday, July 22 PM
Atlanta, Georgia - July 25 AM
Columbia, South Carolina - July 26 AM
Charlotte, North Carolina - July 27 AM
Raleigh, North Carolina - July 28 AM
Charleston, West Virginia - Saturday, July 29 PM
Columbus, Ohio - July 31 AM
Albany, New York - August 3 AM
Montpelier, Vermont - August 4 AM
Augusta, Maine - Saturday, August 5 AM
Concord, New Hampshire - August 7 AM
Boston, Massachusetts - August 7 PM
Providence, Rhode Island - August 8 AM & Hartford - NOON
Trenton, New Jersey - August 9 AM
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - August 9 PM
Dover, Delaware - August 10 AM
Annapolis, Maryland - August 10 PM
Richmond, Virginia - August 11 AM
Washington, DC - Saturday, August 12 NOON


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