Please excuse any typos you may find. Spell check is evil,
We will correct them as we find them. Thank you, AAMorris Staff
The First Foppish Minion-in-Chief
Do you think this man wore make up in real life?
The numerous oil paintings seems to indicate the man liked to play dress up.
George Washington is a Myth. The man himself was an Elitist Minion of the Royal Mafia Global Banking Ring.
Washington's biography reads like a Sunday morning comic strip, which is after all, all it is. Yellow journalism is the basic blueprint for all the nonsense sold to us as history and news and religion and all the rest of the obviously controlled canard.
This man magically was able to become a soldier, with no prior training. He also had the odd habit of playing dress up as soldier even though there was no war. Here we have a clear example of the childish mentality that supposedly founded the nation of the United States. We now know that "Nations" are nonsense and promoted in order to maintain the social order and criminal racket we call government.
The founding of the United States marks the rise of the middle manager class which run the corporate world and whose positions we take for granted today. These middle men do nothing "but move paper from the in box to the out box".
Just an Overgrown Adolescent Playing Make Believe Commander Guy - a Fake Soldier
"This uniform was worn by George Washington from 1789 until his death in 1799; the small clothes or breeches and waistcoat, date from the revolutionary period.
In paintings of Washington during this period, he often posed for life portraits and was often depicted wearing this uniform. An example of this would be the watercolor portrait on irovy painted by artist John Ramage in 1789; it is the first known depiction of this uniform in a portrait of Washington.
In December 1798, Washington was recorded wearing this uniform when he visited Philadelphia on Provisional Army duty. He wore a similar uniform when he was commissioned by the Continental Congress as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army.
None of his uniforms from the Revolutionary War period are known to have survived."
The legendary uniforms of George Washington are nothing but hearsay and oil painting myth. It really is amazing how so much of our society, and laws are based on little more than repeated hearsay nonsense. We are conditioned to accept this reasoning as valid, when it clearly is not.Washington's biography and family pedigree indicates a man who was more 'blue blood' than not. This would seem to be someone who was born of the leisure class, who also is part of this feudal wage slave system, but who has golden chains and a gilded cage.
HIs supposed diary of the French and Indian war reeks of obvious yellow journal lies.
We tend to forget that these men were slave owners. The Founding Fathers were slave owners. Our fellow human beings and brothers and sisters from Africa were taken by force and in chains against their will. This act of evil and horror, the vile business of slavery was part of the Feudal System and the result of the deeds of the nobility and not the common man. In other words, the white European farmer and other low class manual labor types and so on, did not own huge plantains with slaves, did they? Does that sound right? The way the history is sold to us is tends to ignore the very real fact that the slave trade was a huge business enterprise that was officially sanctioned by the ruling elite themselves. The slave owners are of the higher classes and not of the mass public. These are the same people who set up and maintained the Social System we still live under today. What we do not usually understand is that we are all wage slaves. The country itself is the plantation and the banking, credit card, currency, tax and Social Security system are the paper chains that bind us to a paper Crown that does nothing but spit digits onto screens. The peasant was just one small step above the slave. We really need to understand that our modern so-called middle class is an illusion like all other such distinctions and that mental slavery and not physical slavery is the order of the day. Physical slavery is saved for prisoners. The entire system is based on commerce. The lie of government is that they exist to help us. The governments exist to serve the commercial enterprise system of the Royals. Make no mistake, this entire world is theirs, or so they think.
In America, the so-called land of the free, the King of England gave up the rights to the land. We take out huge and needless mortgages to spend some thirty years paying it off, to the retire and have to pay taxes on the property anyway. How is this freedom? We were better off before the American Revolution. There was more freedom then.
We are supposed to think that our property taxes go to paying for our communities. They do not. The money goes back into the system. This is all part of the criminal racket.
"The Continental Congress commissioned George Washington as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army on June 19, 1775. Washington was selected over other candidates such as John Hancock based on his previous military experience and the hope that a leader from Virginia could help unite the colonies. Washington left for Massachusetts within days of receiving his commission and assumed command of the Continental Army in Cambridge on July 3, 1775. After eight years of war, Washington resigned his commission as Commander in Chief on December 23, 1783."
It's All About 'Land Land Land!"
"In 1749, at the age of 17, Washington began his career as a professional surveyor. He subsequently received a commission and surveyor's license from the College of William and Mary[d] and became the official surveyor for the newly formed Culpeper County. Thanks to his older brother Lawrence's connection to the prominent Fairfax family, Washington had been appointed to this well-paid official position. In less than two days he completed his first survey, plotting a 400-acre parcel of land, and was well on his way to a promising career. He was subsequently able to purchase land in the Shenandoah Valley, the first of his many land acquisitions in western Virginia. For the next four years Washington worked surveying land in Western Virginia and for the Ohio Company, a land investment company funded by Virginia investors. Thanks to Lawrence's position as commander of the Virginia militia, Washington came to the notice of the new lieutenant governor of Virginia, Robert Dinwiddie. He was hard to miss: At over six feet,[e] he was taller than most of his contemporaries. In October 1750, Washington resigned his position as an official surveyor, though he continued to work diligently over the next three years at his new profession. He continued to survey professionally for two more years, mostly in Frederick County before receiving a military appointment as adjutant for southern Virginia. By 1752, Washington completed close to 200 surveys on numerous properties totaling more than 60,000 acres. He would continue to survey at different times throughout his life and as late as 1799."
Faking the French & Indian War?
"Washington began his military service in the French and Indian War[f] as a major in the militia of the British Province of Virginia. In 1753 he was sent as an ambassador from the British crown to the French officials and Indians as far north as present-day Erie, Pennsylvania. The Ohio Company was an important vehicle through which British investors planned to expand into the Ohio Valley, opening new settlements and trading posts for the Indian trade. In 1753 the French themselves began expanding their military control into the Ohio Country, a territory already claimed by the British colonies of Virginia and Pennsylvania. These competing claims led to a war in the colonies called the French and Indian War (1754–62), and contributed to the start of the global Seven Years' War (1756–63). By chance, Washington became involved in its beginning."
Washington had no military training at all. There is nothing in his biography that indicates he would have any understanding how to conduct war let alone defend even himself in any meaningful way. George Washington was a land speculator and leisure class 'fop'.
He was one of the lower level aristocracy class that desired to rise up and to use the system to take advantage of the mass public and not aid the public. This man represents a selfish and frankly evil soul. The Lex Luthor of the Superman film makes for the perfect modern metaphor for a George Washington.
The Mythic & Absurd War Accounts are the Stuff of Sunday Comic Strip Funny Pages - The Stuff of The Yellow Journalist & Mythologist.
This is how culture is crafted. Joseph Campbell is known for his work with mythology and we can see why he defines 'yellow journalism'. Yellow journalism is mythology. They are one in the same. Modern news is no different.
"Joseph Campbell defines yellow press newspapers as having daily multi-column front-page headlines covering a variety of topics, such as sports and scandal, using bold layouts (with large illustrations and perhaps color), heavy reliance on unnamed sources, and unabashed self-promotion. The term was extensively used to describe certain major New York City newspapers around 1900 as they battled for circulation.
- scare headlines in huge print, often of minor news
- lavish use of pictures, or imaginary drawings
- use of faked interviews, misleading headlines, pseudoscience, and a parade of false learning from so-called experts
- emphasis on full-color Sunday supplements, usually with comic strips
- dramatic sympathy with the "underdog" against the system."
"Dinwiddie sent Washington back to the Ohio Country to safeguard an Ohio Company's construction of a fort at present-day Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. However, before he reached the area, a French force drove out colonial traders and began construction of Fort Duquesne. A small detachment of French troops led by Joseph Coulon de Jumonville, was discovered by Tanacharison and a few warriors east of present-day Uniontown, Pennsylvania. On May 28, 1754, Washington and some of his militia unit, aided by their Mingo allies, ambushed the French in what has come to be called the Battle of Jumonville Glen. Exactly what happened during and after the battle is a matter of contention, but several primary accounts agree that the battle lasted about 15 minutes, that Jumonville was killed, and that most of his party were either killed or taken prisoner. Whether Jumonville died at the hands of Tanacharison in cold blood or was somehow shot by an onlooker with a musket as he sat with Washington or by another means, is not completely clear. He was given the epithet Town Destroyer by Tanacharison."
“In 1755 Washington became the senior American aide to British General Edward Braddock on the ill-fated Braddock expedition. This was the largest British expedition to the colonies, and was intended to expel the French from the Ohio Country; the first objective was the capture of Fort Duquesne. Washington initially sought an appointment as a major from Braddock, but upon advice that no rank above captain could be given except by London, he agreed to serve as a staff volunteer. During the passage of the expedition, Washington fell ill with severe headaches and fever; nevertheless, when the pace of the troops continued to slow, Washington recommended to Braddock that the army be split into two divisions – a primary and more lightly, but adequately equipped, “flying column” offensive which could move at a more rapid pace, to be followed by a more heavily armed reinforcing division. Braddock accepted the recommendation (likely made in a council of war including other officers) and took command of the lead division.
In the Battle of the Monongahela the French and their Indian allies ambushed Braddock’s reduced forces and the general was mortally wounded. After suffering devastating casualties, the British panicked and retreated in disarray; however, Washington rode back and forth across the battlefield, rallying the remnants of the British and Virginian forces into an organized retreat. In the process, despite his lingering illness, he demonstrated much bravery and stamina—he had two horses shot from underneath him, while his coat was pierced with four bullets. In his report, Washington blamed the disaster chiefly on the conduct of the redcoats while praising that of the Virginia contingent. Whatever responsibility rested on him for the defeat as a result of his recommendation to Braddock, Washington was not included by the succeeding commander, Col. Thomas Dunbar, in planning subsequent force movements.”
The description we are to believe is historically accurate reads like a comic book or pulp dime store novel. We take this all for granted, but the truth of our history is that it is mostly made of yellow journalism lies. George Washington is presented to us just like one of the cartoon or film characters we are so accustomed to. The modern day Presidential types and other political figures tend to be just as cartoonish, if not more so.
"The French responded by attacking and capturing Washington at Fort Necessity in July 1754. However, he was allowed to return with his troops to Virginia. Historian Joseph Ellis concludes that the episode demonstrated Washington's bravery, initiative, inexperience and impetuosity. These events had international consequences; the French accused Washington of assassinating Jumonville, who they claimed was on a diplomatic mission. Both France and Great Britain were ready to fight for control of the region and both sent troops to North America in 1755; war was formally declared in 1756."
Want to be that the tales of indians were more myth and bogeyman type scare tactic than not? The historical need to convince the public that they need to support various forms of government is a motive we cannot ignore. These people have always had, means, motive and opportunity to commit the crime of government.
A Biography Fit For A Fart
Washington's ancestors were part of the show, but lower down the pyramid structure of this royal racket. The Founding Father's Gig would seem to have to do with climbing up the social control pyramid and taking advantage of the New World and the Oceans between to sell the Royals on the idea that this group of men should play gatekeepers and manage the New World investments of the King, for him. The Founders basically concocted a plan which put them in charge of the emerging New World Order. It would take centuries, but the plan has grown to the huge monster most take for granted.
"Augustine Washington (November 12, 1694 – April 12, 1743) was the father of the first U.S. President George Washington. He belonged to the Colony of Virginia's landed gentry and was a planter and slaveholder."
"When Washington came of age (and into his inheritance) in 1715, he married Jane Butler, an orphan who had inherited about 640 acres (2.6 km2) from her father. The young couple settled on the Bridges Creek property. Washington was active in the Anglican Church and in local politics. He took the oath as justice of the peace for the county court in July 1716, and served as county sheriff."
Washington's Grand Dad
"Lawrence Washington (1659 – February 1698) was a lawyer and planter in colonial Virginia who was educated in England. He was the paternal grandfather of George Washington."
"Lawrence Washington was the eldest son of John Washington (from Essex, England) and Anne Pope. He was born in September 1659, on his father's estate at Bridges Creek, in Westmoreland County, Colony of Virginia. He had two siblings: John (c.1660–1698) and Anne Wright (c.1660–1697).
Lawrence was named for his paternal grandfather Lawrence Washington."
"Lawrence was sent to England to be educated, where he trained as a lawyer.
As the eldest son of the Washington family, Lawrence received the benefits of primogeniture, as was common at the time. Upon the death of his father, Washington inherited two substantial estates on the Potomac River: Mattox Creek (1,850 acres) and Little Hunting Creek (2,500 acres) (which would eventually be renamed Mount Vernon by Lawrence's grandson and namesake, Lawrence Washington).
He did not add substantially to either property during his lifetime, which suggests that he was more interested in politics and the law than in the plantations. In notable pursuit of these occupations, Lawrence served as Sheriff of Westmoreland County, and was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1685.
In 1688, Lawrence married Mildred Warner, one of three daughters of Mildred Reade and the wealthy Gloucester County planter Augustine Warner, Jr. By her, he had three children: John (1692–1746), Augustine (1694–1743), and Mildred (1698–1747). Lawrence died at the age of 38 in February 1698, the same year in which his daughter was born.
Following his death, Mildred Warner Washington married George Gale, who moved the family to Whitehaven, England. Mildred died in 1701 at the age of 30 following a difficult childbirth. Her will stipulated that Gale become the guardian of her children, but in 1704 Lawrence's cousin John Washington successfully petitioned to have custody transferred to him. At that point, the three Washington children returned to Virginia to his care, and they lived near Chotank Creek. He had the use of the lands and personal property they had inherited while he acted as their guardian."
"The origin of the term bar is from the barring furniture dividing a medieval European courtroom, similar to the origin of the term bank for the bench-like location of financial transactions in medieval Europe. In the USA, Europe and many other countries referring to the law traditions of Europe, the area in front of the barrage is restricted to participants in the trial: the judge or judges, other court officials, the jury (if any), the lawyers for each party, the parties to the case, and witnesses giving testimony. The area behind the bar is open to the public. This restriction is enforced in nearly all courts. In most courts, the bar is represented by a physical partition: a railing or barrier that serves as a bar."
Washington's Great Great Grand Dad
"Lawrence Washington was born in 1602, the fifth son of Lawrence Washington (b. 1565 d. 13 September 1616) of Sulgrave Manor, Northamptonshire, son and heir of Robert Washington esquire, of Sulgrave by his first wife Elizabeth Lyte, daughter and heiress of Walter Lyte of Radway, Warwickshire. His mother was Margaret Butler (d. 16 March 1651), the eldest daughter and co-heiress of William Butler, esquire, of Tyes Hall in Cuckfield, Sussex, and Margaret Greeke, the daughter of Thomas Greeke, gentleman, of Palsters, Lancashire."
What is an Esquire Exactly?
The esquire is an official Royal Minion who is low down the Pyramid Food Chain.http://www.aamorris.net/properganderatpropaganda/2016/10/10/government-is-crime-the-misadventures-of-george-washington-a-wig-wearing-founding-phony