Contact: Seth Sean Michael Solomon, 330-217-0220
MASSILLON, Ohio, Nov. 30, 2016 /Christian Newswire/ -- The following is submitted by Seth Sean Michael Solomon:
I am a devout Christian spending two hours per day reading Holy Scripture. With Hebrew and Native American ancestry including family origins beginning in the American Revolution, information regarding the origins of Socialist promotion in the United States has been revealed to me.
This is a brief outline of the data assembled to date:
Voltaire - 18th Century Philosopher from Franceo, now interred at the Pantheon Mausoleum, Pantheon-Assas University France.
Self professed anti-Christian who promoted separation of church and state, freedom of religion, and freedom of speech and considered non-white humans as not of the same origin.
French society influenced strongly by his writings and subsequently revolts against the monarchy who supported George Washington, and orders death of Louis XVI, descendant of Louis IX (Saint Louis) and Marie Antoinette, with French Revolution to follow.
Thomas Jefferson, student of Voltaire at College of William and Mary, who denied the Divinity of Christ as God, and wrote a book eliminating all miracles performed by Jesus while He lived as man on earth.
History records Jefferson and James Madison, together with Madison's brother at the College of William and Mary, abolish the founding tenets of the institution, Perpetual Divinity and Native American preservation, leaving only the pursuit of the Sciences.
Beginning with discord established from Founding Fathers with Anti-Federalists party and Bill of Rights (which according to Alexander Hamilton and scholars of American History contend) were all implied in the US Constitution and Federalist Papers.
Ideals were further promoted through 19th and notably 20th centuries with spread of poets, essayists and novelists abroad in tandem with modern media outlets from radio, television and Internet proliferation.
Several leading Cabinet members of Republic of France are graduates of this institution of whom embraces the ideals of society as presented by Voltaire.
Introduce the use of Woody Guthrie song as the inaugural song for current administration upon election to office, written in direct protest to God Bless America, This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land.
Guthrie, whose paternal father was a Ku Klux Klan member, was the leading inspiration for artist Bob Dylan.
Bob Dylan, when interviewed following death of President John Kennedy, stated he saw something of himself and every man in Lee Harvey Oswald.
John Wesley Harding, Dylan's latter years work, was written in remembrance of John Wesley Hardin, Old West Outlaw wanted for murder of innocents and peace keeping officers including African-Americans.
It took it's name from Bob Dylan's lyric, "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows," song from the "Subterranean Homesick Blues" (1965).
President awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Bob Dylan in 2012, the country's highest civilian honor.
"There is not a bigger giant in the history of American music," Obama said of Dylan, adding that the singer-songwriter's "unique gravel-y power" an artistic voice redefined "not just what music sounded like, but the message it carried and how it made people feel."
Bob Dylan awarded Nobel Peace Prize for Literature in 2016
President quoted Dylan as his "favorite poet" and "well-deserved Nobel"