Observations of an Invisible Woman

Lies My Teacher Told Me

The white man speaks with a forked tongue” —–Native Proverb

Teacher: Class, who is the first president of these Divided States of AmeriKlan?

Class in unison: George Washington!

Dear Black Family,

If you believe this, I’m very sorry but AmeriKlan, your eternal slavemaster, has lied you again.

There were 8 presidents before George Washington:

Washington was not inaugurated until April 30, 1789. And yet, the United States continually had functioning governments from as early as September 5, 1774 and operated as a confederated nation from as early as July 4, 1776. During that nearly fifteen year interval we got many presidents but we never heard about them. So here following brief biographies profile these “forgotten presidentsBefore “George Washington.”

1.    John Hanson (1721-1783): 

John Hanson (April 14, 1721 – November 22, 1783) was a merchant and public official from Maryland during the era of the American Revolution. After serving in a variety of roles for the Patriot cause in Maryland, in 1779. Hanson was elected as a delegate to the Continental Congress. He signed the Articles of Confederation in 1781 after Maryland finally joined the other states in ratifying them. In November 1781, he became the first President of Congress to be elected under the terms of the Articles of Confederation. For this reason, Hanson was later promoted as having been the first President of the United States, one of several myths about him.

2.    Elias Boudinot (1740–1821)  :

8 presidents before george washington

Elias Boudinot (1740–1821) was a lawyer and statesman from Elizabeth, New Jersey who was a delegate to the Continental Congress and a U.S. Congressman for New Jersey. He also served as President of the Continental Congress from 1782 to 1783 and Director of the United States Mint from 1795 until 1805.

3. Thomas Mifflin:(1744-1800):

8 presidents before george washington

Thomas Mifflin (January 10, 1744 – January 20, 1800) was an American merchant and politician from Philadelphia at Pennsylvania. He was a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, a member of the Pennsylvania Provincial Assembly, a Continental Congressman from Pennsylvania, fifth President of the U.S. Congress under the Articles of Confederation, and a delegate to the Constitutional Convention of 1787. He served as Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, President of the Pennsylvania Supreme Executive Council and the first Governor of Pennsylvania.

4. Richard Henry Lee:(1732-1794):

8 presidents before george washington

Richard Henry Lee (January 20, 1732 – June 19, 1794) was an American statesman from Virginia best known for the motion in the Second Continental Congress calling for the colonies’ independence from Great Britain. His famous resolution of June 1776 led to the United States Declaration of Independence, which Lee signed. He also served a one-year term as the President of the Continental Congress, and was a U.S. Senator from Virginia from 1789 to 1792, serving during part of that time as one of the first Presidents pro tempore.

5.John Hancock:(1737-1793):

8 presidents before george washington

John Hancock (January 23, 1737 – October 8, 1793) was a merchant, statesman, and prominent Patriot of the American Revolution. He served as president of the Second Continental Congress and was the first governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He is remembered for his large and stylish signature on the United States Declaration of Independence, so much so that “John Hancock” became, in the United States, a synonym for signature.

6.Nathaniel Gorham:(1738-1796):

8 presidents before george washington

Nathaniel Gorham (May 27, 1738 – June 11, 1796) was the eighth President of the United States in Congress assembled, under the Articles of Confederation. He served from June 1786 to November 13, 1786. He was preceded in office by John Hancock and succeeded by Arthur St. Clair. He took part in public affairs at the beginning of the American Revolution, was a member of the Massachusetts General Court (Legislature) from 1771 until 1775, a delegate to the Provincial congress from 1774 until 1775, and a member of the Board of War from 1778 until its dissolution in 1781. In 1779 he served in the State constitutional convention. He was a delegate to the Continental Congress from 1782 until 1783, and also from 1785 until 1787. Gorham also served a term as judge of the Middlesex County, Massachusetts Court of Common Pleas.

7. Arthur St. Clair:(1734-1818):

8 presidents before george washington

Arthur St. Clair (March 23, 1737– August 31, 1818) was an American soldier and politician.  During the American Revolutionary War, he rose to the rank of major general in the Continental Army, but lost his command after a controversial retreat. After the war, he was elected to the Confederation Congress, where he served a term as president and was appointed governor of the Northwest Territory. Disputes with Native Americans over land treaties resulted in the Northwest Indian War. In 1791, General St. Clair led an expedition against the natives that resulted in the worst defeat the United States Army would ever suffer at the hands of Native Americans. Although an investigation exonerated him, St. Clair resigned his army commission. He continued to serve as territorial governor until 1802, when he retired to Pennsylvania. Although once very wealthy, he died in poverty.

8. Cyrus Griffin(1736-1796):

8 presidents before george washington

Cyrus Griffin (July 16, 1749 – December 14, 1810) was a lawyer and judge who served as the last President of the Continental Congress, holding office from January 22, 1788, to November 2, 1788. He resigned after the ratification of the United States Constitution rendered the old Congress obsolete. He served as President of Congress from January to November 1788, a mostly ceremonial position with no real authority. Some amateur historians later promoted Griffin and other Presidents of Congress as the original “Presidents of the United States”, but the offices are unrelated. Griffin was president of the Supreme Court of the Admiralty from its creation until its abolition, was commissioner to the Creek nation in 1789, and was judge of the United States District Court for the District of Virginia from December 1789, until his death (in Yorktown, Virginia) on December 14, 1810.

{Source: www.thefourwinds10.net}

Million Dollar Question:

Now that you know this, what else is a lie? The time? The year? What else aren’t they telling us? Is this planet even called Earth? And why do I get the funny feeling that the Rabbit Hole just gets deeper?

Any thoughts on this massive lie? And what do you tell your kids? And your kid’s kids? How do you even begin to call yourself “educated” when your entire educational life has been a boldface lie?

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29 thoughts on “Lies My Teacher Told Me

  1. that’s big can of worms to open, the merikan education system or as i call it the merikan indoctrination system, … have fun on that, no rational thinking taught here.
    just fyi, all countries govts that i am aware of teach selective history, etc to their agendas

  2. @ Cari

    When I dug this up…I nearly had a fit! I was so angry. I now know why this system hurts us more than it helps us…because it’s all LIES!

  3. all lies to keep us in “our places”
    little mind games etc,
    i.e., toys for tots, great thoughts right? help the needy children at Christmas (commercialized western style). think about it here is poor kid and the wonderful proud brave marines came to help at such a tender age … makes recruiting cannon fodder just that much easier

  4. WOW! I never even thought of that. It makes sense…of course, to indoctrinate them. Thank you for that perspective.

  5. most welcome
    am not knocking program or marines, am sure their intentions are honorable. it’s the govt’s intentions i seriously doubt

  6. moorbey on said:

    Carinaragno nice break down using the toyz 4 totz program. I taught my children Black History the way that my parentz taught it to me and to question falsehood that are taught in public schoolz

  7. @ Cari

    Yeah…I hear ya.

  8. @ Moorbey

    The reason why this hit me so hard is I spent my life in school and it was all for naught.

  9. Prince talks about this at the 1:48 mark in addition to other things.

  10. @ Mickey

    You are so awesome! How come this is unknown to us?

  11. moorbey on said:

    It was and is all a part of the dumming down of amerikkka.U have to be a part of the shystem or u will be a casualty of war.

  12. Have you ever heard of the saying, “History is a pack of lies agreed upon?”

  13. @ Moorbey

    There doesn’t seem to be an “in-between” does it?

  14. @ Mickey

    No. But now that I know…I’ll never forget it. It makes me wonder if this planet we’re on is even called Earth.

  15. See, I told you Prince is one of us.

  16. mary burrell on said:

    well what else are they lying about? How do we know that anything we have been taught in school is the truth?

  17. you can probably skip the two guys who comment intermittently, without loss of much information…

  18. SW6

    Thank you for the links, I’ll look them up. As for Prince…You may be right. Either that or he was told what was “acceptable” to say.

  19. Miss Mary

    My whole response is…is this even Earth? Is this the year 2012? And why should we believe anything these jackal’s say from now on?

  20. mary burrell on said:

    Chemtrails. So that’s what those lines in the the sky is. I never knew what they were. On my commutes home on the commuter train I look out the window and look at the sky and see these lines in the sky and did’nt know what they were called. So we need to be suspicious about these so called chemtrails?

  21. mary burrell on said:

    meant that’s what they are call forgive the atrocious grammar.

  22. Miss Mary

    I shall do an entire post on Chemtrails and Manganese…They put manganese in drinking water…I’m working on the Water Post right now.

  23. moorbey on said:

    They did not intend 4 there to be an in between position

  24. @diaryofanegress, where any of these men ever offcially sworn in as President of the United States? Or were they simply leaders who governed the territory before the position known as President of the USA was offically created?

  25. @ Larissa

    I believe they were “sworn in” or whatever that meant at the time.

  26. Peace Sister, my question to you is why is it so hard for our people to believe that if they read more they would find out more about our history, and was John Hanson light skinned or white the picture confuse me.please respond thank you sister,Peace Fatima

  27. Fatima

    I honesty do not know. Lincoln was a Negro. Perhaps there were many more Negro presidents but they “passed” for white?

  28. moorbey on said:

    Really when u think about it j. edgar hoover passed 4 at least 3 yrz after his death> So u can best believe that anthing is possible.

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