10:59 Los Angeles / 14:59 Rio de Janeiro / 19:59 Paris / 23:29 Mumbai / 2:59 Tokyo
See 1964 + 1965.
Mister Santamaria Helped out the society. He’s a Prophet who used his particular skills
to inform the authorities, like before the heat wave*, and lives could have been saved.
*2003 ( +40.000 dead )
Maître Joffrey Clocet – Avocat au barreau de Tours
October 16, 2012
My Sweetie is reassured.
If you remember how, months before the unrest in the middle east of 2011,
I announced here the events, including do Madam Clinton, do the
same wait and see with this tweet. You know, today I saw a female
judge, and yes, HER is giving me things to do. Thank you, Mother.
By the way.
a screenshot of the entire pages I do and prove that none of the
hundreds of Prophecies seen here since 2009 is a false made
after the climatic, seismological, political, etc. etc. event.
Example: 1956. A right click on the image will allow you to download
the image, or to open it in a new tab with Zoom in capabilities.
( it’s huge screenshots
the app can get buggy
like not snapping Vimeo’s )
General Pulaski Memorial Day, 2012
Proclamation 8887 of October 11, 2012
Two hundred and thirty-three years ago, a Polish-born patriot gave his life to advance the cause of American independence. As a leader in the Continental Army who fought shoulder-to-shoulder with men from Europe and America alike, Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski battled to extend the principles that were as dear to him as they are to us—liberty, equality, and justice for all. Today, we reflect on the proud legacy he left behind, and we celebrate the lasting ways Polish Americans have enriched our Nation.
In his native Poland, Casimir Pulaski strove to secure sovereignty for his country. Years of struggle came to an end when his confederation was overpowered, leaving him an exile to France. In Paris, General Pulaski met Benjamin Franklin, who directed him toward another fight for freedom taking place across the Atlantic.
When Franklin wrote to General George Washington to recommend Casimir Pulaski as a volunteer in the American cavalry, he noted that Pulaski “was renowned throughout Europe for the courage and bravery he displayed in defense of his country's freedom.” Though the soil he fought for was not his own, the founding ideals of our young Republic were ones General Pulaski shared with all who saw freedom's promise. For his heroic actions on battlefields that spanned from Brandywine to Charleston, Casimir Pulaski was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General and became known as the “Father of the American Cavalry.” Tragically, he did not live to see the success of the revolution he gave so much to advance. Today, we see the future he helped create: a free and independent United States standing proudly with its strong ally, a free and independent Poland.
On General Pulaski Memorial Day, we honor a hero who helped secure our country's fate when it was most fragile. As we recall his tremendous contributions, let us also pay tribute to the countless Polish Americans who followed his bold example. Generations have contributed mightily to building the country we know and love today, and they will continue to play an important role in carrying us toward a more perfect Union in the years to come.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim October 11, 2012, as General Pulaski Memorial Day. I encourage all Americans to commemorate this occasion with appropriate programs and activities paying tribute to Casimir Pulaski and honoring all those who defend the freedom of our Nation.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eleventh day of October, in the year of our Lord two thousand twelve, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-seventh.
[Federal Register Document. 2012-25611
Filed October 15, 2012; 11:15 am]
Billing code 3295-F3
Everything is possible now.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed
October 16, 2012
madam Jesus-Christ Santamaria.