The HEAL America Campaign

Health Care Prescription

For The Wounded Soul of America

     

Mission Statement

The HEAL America Campaign (H.A.C.) seeks to redeem the Soul of America from an inherited in 1776 potentially fatal slavery "wound", and subsequent illnesses threatening the very mortality of our courageous, visionary, youthful nation today.

 

America’s present national maladies, especially as they relate to race relations between American White, primarily Anglo (Caucasian) and Black US Citizens (West African Negro) are the consequences of an inherited unhealed wound of a forced-mixed, exiled people out of West Africa beginning in the early sixteen hundreds (1600’s) thru 1808 when the Transatlantic Slave Trade was banned by our country.

 

It is the intention of the Campaign to inspire by the educating of American people to certain sacred national documents such as; the Declaration of Independence, US Constitution, the Emancipation Proclamation along with the Gettysburg Address of the late US President Abraham Lincoln, and “I Have A Dream” Speech of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. et al. 

 

The emergency procedures for “wound” repairing (stitching-bonding), and subsequent dosages of prescribed elixir or balm of two (2) Biblical (Hebrew Holy Scriptures) precepts.

 

* One being of Truth-telling for Freedom and Liberty from tyrannical 

   enslavement.

 

* The other, Fault-confession and Forgiveness for Healing from wounds and

   sicknesses, combined with certain adherence to US National documents

   will HEAL our nation's Soul.

Cowardly Americans Talking Race

Long Version (+)

Short Version (+)

The Promissory Note (+)
 

""I Have A Dream" [edited] (+)
 

Promissory Note Introduction (+) 

The GEN - "NOT GUILTY" (+)
 

The American Anatomy (+)

 

 

     

Why Democrats Avoid Confederate History (+)

While Republicans Embrace It (+)

By Nina May (+) 
 

http://www.ERRVideo.com/  [Must See Documentary]

 

The Racist Canard Against White Peoples (+)

 

The Inherited Chattel Slavery Institution (+)

 

The Erroneous Images of Slavery (+)