US Revolution Begins By Mason’s Boston Tea Party

 we-the-peopleCatholic explorers came from Hispaniola, (or what is now called the Dominican Republic and Haiti), to the coasts of the United States of America 1513.  The first Latin Mass said on it shores was celebrated on 1526 by a very important Dominican Friar, Antonio de Montesinos.  lascasasFray Bartoleme de las Casas

Before this, in 1511, he harshly condemned the abuse of the natives by the Spaniards and said they were all in the state of mortal sin for this.  Fray Bartoleme de las Casas heard this homily and converted to be come a Dominican Friar.

“Tell me by what right of justice do you hold these Indians in such a cruel and horrible servitude? On what authority have you waged such detestable wars against these people who dealt quietly and peacefully on their own lands? Wars in which you have destroyed such an infinite number of them by homicides and slaughters never heard of before. Why do you keep them so oppressed and exhausted, without giving them enough to eat or curing them of the sicknesses they incur from the excessive labor you give them, and they die, or rather you kill them, in order to extract and acquire gold every day.”  Fray Antonio de Montesinos

Catholic explorers had already been through most of the United States way before the so called ‘Pilgrims’ arrived on theses shores.  They are wrongly called the the founding fathers  of this country.  IMG_2135Latin Mass At Carmel California USA

I just want to state one fact, the masons, dressed as Mohawk Indians, on December 18, 1773, were the ones who threw the tea into Boston Harbor.  BostonTeaPartyMasonicFDC1If you Duck Duck go ‘Boston tea party’ you will see so many masonic sites bragging of their involvement in the tea party and revolution.  Green Dragon Tavern Boston Tea PartyThe masons organized the tea party at the ‘Green Dragon Tavern’

It began when England, on May 10 1773, allowed the East India Tea Company to export tea to the 13 colonies with out export taxes.  But England charged the colonies taxes on the tea.  They used this as an excuse to begin he rebellion.  They blamed England for taxes without representation.  In 1778, England repealed the tax law but that did not help the situation.boston-tea-throwing

From this event, the Tea Party get their name.

We traditional Catholics put our faith in God, not governments.  We give our allegiance to Christ the King.