Emancipation Proclamation 150 years old today –
Ramtha from 1987 on President Lincoln

Courtesy: Civil War Trust

– “January 1, 2013, marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation
From The Root, published by The Slate Group, a Division of the Washington Post Company.
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– Emancipation Proclamation – history
“Although January 1st, 1863, is the date most Americans identify as the day the Emancipation Proclamation officially took effect, the ideals of the Proclamation had been carefully contemplated by President Lincoln many months before.

Lincoln first proposed the idea of the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet in the summer of 1862 as a war measure to cripple the Confederacy. Lincoln surmised that if the slaves in the Southern states were freed, then the Confederacy could no longer use them as laborers to support the army in the field, thus hindering the effectiveness of the Confederate war effort. As an astute politician, however, Lincoln needed to prove that the Union government could enforce the Proclamation and protect the freed slaves.”

“Initially the Proclamation applied just to the states in rebellion, but it paved the way for the 13th Amendment, adopted on December 6, 1865, which officially abolished slavery in the United States,” quoting the Civil War Trust.
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– Emancipation Proclamation turns 150
By Brett Zongker / The Associated Press
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– Ramtha on America’s 16th President, Abraham Lincoln
Lincoln was a great king and there has not been another like him. Since his election, he had endeavored to cease borrowing money from Europe. He knew what was being created to pit brother against brother. He desperately endeavored to enact that the people of this country would own their own money. When he made the decision for this country to print its own money, he was done away with. He posed a threat to the well-rooted system in Europa that controlled the economies of the world, including this new and raw nation. It wasn’t a madman who destroyed this wonderful man; it was a perpetrated assassin. The money continued to flow to this country from outside interests. .”
– Ramtha
November 14, 1987
Update on Changes – The Days to Come
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Read more about President Lincoln and the history of America’s monetary system from Ramtha in Last Waltz of the Tyrants, the Prophecy Revisited.

Posted: January 1st, 2013 - Featured Articles, News Headlines, Ramtha

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