The United States Congressional
To HEAL America
The Promissory Note
(13th, 14th, 15th Amendments & Civil Rights Acts of 1866)
To American Blacks (The Emancipated Slaves)
And All Other US Citizens
At the end of this section are the Promissory Note documents for your perusal and study.
The Promissory Note or Note of Promise or “the check” first highlighted by the late US Civil Rights leader and martyr, the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his August 28,1963 infamous “I Have A Dream Speech” at the Lincoln Memorial during the Civil Rights March On Washington DC. He said of America’s societal and civil “health care”…
“Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice.
It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of captivity.
But one hundred years later, we must face the tragic fact that the Negro is still not free”
Note: According to scientific studies, the societal state of American Black US citizens is worse today than it was before the 1963 speech and the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Apparently, the young American prophet "physician" sent by the Creator GOD spoken of in the Declaration of Independence, was unusually astute to something very significant in the great cause of America.
It is revealed to him in the “elixir” and certain “medicinal” documents and experiences that could very well resolve the so-called racial injustice illnesses plaguing our yet very “new” nation.
This beloved nation of ours has demonstrated its whole hearted acceptance of King, Jr. including his philosophies of change from the historical racial barriers of America to fulfilling the Dream of the Founding Fathers.
The visionary young Dr. King says,
“I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.”
As a clear show of willingness to heal America of the slave and systemic racial denigration of West African Blacks, who are but emancipated slaves “We the People” enshrined his thinking, work and intentions for a better and “healthier” country by making his birthday, January 19th a national holiday.
Other than Christopher Columbus, and Presidents Day, no other singular person in the nations’ history, including George Washington and Abraham Lincoln thus far has not received such a high immortal designation in the United States of America.
Ironically, however, the one moment other than his assassination on Good Friday, April 4,1968, was the famous speech that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave at the Lincoln Memorial some five years earlier.
Americans tend to focus our attention on the hopeful and lofty words of Dr. King that concludes the speech with…
“When we let freedom ring…we will be able to speed up that day when all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, "Free at last! free at last! thank God Almighty, we are free at last!"
What he insightfully and astutely called or prescribed as the Promissory Note has never been applied to the nation by the so-called African American leadership, but instead over the last forty-five years they have agitated and aggravated the “wound” further as exemplified in the person of Barack Hussein Obama.
Yet, the so-called African American leaders have totally ignored or rebelled against applying the necessary prescription, procedures, remedies, medicines and therapies to America that would cause that long sought after, joyous Healing of the nation wounds.
Nevertheless, the prescriptions within the Promissory Note remain valid, and in fact, they are more poignant now than when uttered in 1963.
Significantly, and keeping in tune with the Dream of Founding Fathers, the young American prophet’s message was actually in two parts, the first being longer and more ominous than the second, which is one of joyous “we have overcome” victory.
The African American leaders of the last generation allowed the peoples of America to focus their attention on the second portion of the speech which naturally became the most accepted, whereas the first being the one with the medicinal remedies which sometimes can be painful, was overlooked.
The Dr. clearly alludes to the fact that if the “new” nation, born with a defect is to survive future and perhaps even greater challenges, the fundamental and foundational matter of the slave and racial wounds must be justly adjudicated-diagnosed and healed.
Prophetically and ominously, the young Dr. King warns the nation that if this matter is not cleared up, that someday we would be disturbed by “a rude awakening if the nation returns to business as usual”
It appears and evident that the election of Barack Hussein Obama to Presidency of the United States of America signals that our beloved nation did indeed return “…to business as usual”, thereby not fulfilling the first “medicinal” portion of the speech, i.e. the Promissory Note, but have entered into that “rude awakening” that King somehow foresaw.
The nations leaders, especially those who eventually dubbed themselves and all Black emancipated slaves as African American, focused their attention on the desire and fulfilled second portion of the "Dream" speech while totally ignoring the prescription that could bring it about.
Given that the intensifying discussion about our nations future is being waged around the matter of race due the socialistic policies of the First African American “Black” US President, demonstrating clear indication that the old wound is still open and festering.
Like an insurance claim as well as a medical handbook, the Promissory Note, that is, the “casing of the check” that the Dr. also alludes to in his speech or “prescription” for Healing is actually America’s Health Care Policy.
It is evident by the national commotion that the nation is gravely ill and in dire need of emergency, recovery and long term “health care”.
Again, please study the documents listed. Thank you.
The Basic Foundation Sources of American Society
Belief in The Creator GOD
It is evident that in the affairs of “We the People of the United States of America”,
that the Founding Fathers recognized and expected the participation of The Creator
GOD as demonstrated in the Declaration of Independence.
· Judeo-Christian Heritage and Legacies
The societal guidance for the affairs of the “We the People” is based in and on the
bedrock of the Judeo-Christian principles and legacies.
· Hebrew Holy Scriptures
The Hebrew Holy Scriptures, i.e. the Bible – Old and New Covenant is the Holy
Writ by which we discipline ourselves towards divine civility on earth… “Thy
Kingdom come, Thy Will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven”
· The Constitution
The US Constitution is the conscious for guiding the nation into the eventual Dream
the Founders has laid out for “We the People”
· Declaration of Independence
The spark that gave birth this new nation and order by which humanity beginning in
the United States is to govern itself.
It is imperative that if “We the People” are to be achieved that very allusive America of the Founding Fathers, we must discover, speak to and of and embrace the Truth of the nations birth and the role of all citizens as to pertaining its societal health.
Remember, abiding by the instructions of our Judeo-Christian foundations we will become free and remain so… “and you shall know the truth and the truth shall me you free.” Also, “…for where the Spirit of the LORD is, there is Liberty” And, “When enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the LORD shall raise up a Standard against him.”
Therefore, we must acknowledge the Truth of “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.”
Prescriptions: Congressional Promissory Note Documents
· “I Have A Dream” Promissory Note Speech: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Edited (+)
“I Have A Dream” Promissory Note Speech: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. -Unedited (+)
· The Great Triple Amendments of Mercy (+)
· The United States Constitution (+)
The Preamble For The US Constitution (+)
· The Civil Rights Act of 1866 - Short Version (+)
· The Civil Rights Act of 1866 long version Edited (+)
The Civil Rights Act of 1866 long version Unedited (+)
· The Emancipation Proclamation Enacted By President Abraham Lincoln (+)
The Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation (+)
· GETTYSBURG ADDRESS by President Abraham Lincoln (+)
· Declaration of Independence (+)
· The Solemn Oath of Office (+)
· The Preamble To The United States Constitution (+)
· I See The Promised Land By Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. April 3, 1968 (+)
Please: HEAL America Campaign Mission Statement
Cowardly Americans Talking Race
Long Version (+)
Short Version (+)
The Racist Canard Against White Peoples (+)
The Inherited Chattel Slavery Institution (+)
The Erroneous Images of Slavery (+)
Why Democrats Avoid Confederate History (+)
While Republicans Embrace It (+)
By Nina May (+)
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