Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff of The West Sussex Record Office "Lied": “The Sussex Declaration”

 Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff of The West Sussex Record Office London England " They Lied": “The Sussex Declaration” I broke the code today, this Document dubbed, “The Sussex Declaration” had a secret message.

 The message was, within our Declaration of Independence Of the United States of America, was this, a bitter complaint against the British Empire because of the United States Constitution, wrote in a clause, That all Debits Foreign Or Domestic Shall be Paid, further binding the New America to a Debit to fight the British Empire, a debit / loan arrange by Parliament.

 It should also be noted that Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff, failed to release the information that Ben Franklin signed the Document.

 First the code which is no more then a way, they wrote back around 1200Ad 1700's. This "Cengiefs" , has been investagated. Its all very British.

 In red is the definition.....

Titled as-           TR "Cengiefs"

The Declaration Of The Thirteen States Of America

 TR Cengiefs , which meaning- Cengiefs is willing to hope that the patriotiftri and goad fenfe of your ftate will be influenced \sy motives fo important, and they re- queft, fir, that you will be pleafed

Journals of Congress : Containing the proceedings from Sept. 5, 1774 to [3d day of November 1788] ..."

Cengiefs-  Is Willing To Hope

patriotiftriPatriot- na caout avious ar reo deus recevet avantaich ; maes Quent e tle admira ha meuliar vadelez infinit gant peinie tiftri*a buit ho cragou gant quement a liberalite, Grant Me Liberty- 1774

fenfe- However, I hope, you who have as much good-nature as good fenfe (fmce they generally ... J Good nature and goad fenfe generally are companions, many at hand to corrupt him; who, by throwing in his way the fptendor of fat ft honor, think them) elves JUre of dazzling his goad fenfe and under/landing

 ftate- piece of conducting matter, whether infulated or not, which is in the lame ftate, is brought near it, the light piece of matter will neither attract nor be attracted. ftate. Mr. Franklin, And therefore it is lawful for me to treat him, as one who has put himfelfinto a ftate of War with me, ». t. kill him if I can -, for to that Ha- -zard does he juftly expofe ...

\sy motives- that these parties are influenced in regard to American questions by motives, the tactful woman knew well how to use as a source of permanent influence. ... ne faisoit pasi la moindre plaisanterie qui p(\t choquer, et elle savoit si bien el' ... be her quality, and “watchi' prudence” rather than ambition her motive of action.

 re- queft, fir- Define request: an act of politely or formally asking for something — request in a sentence.

 pleafed- In the following year he was chofen Prpfeflbr of Rhetoric by the Magiftrates and Town-council of Edinburgh; and, in 1762, His Majefty was pleafed to eredl and ... It was for this Reason that I then befought your Majesty to command us once more to attend Tou all together, which your Majesty was pleafed graciously to allow ...

Now as for Ben Franklin's signature, there are many original copies displayed

 The document is the very first draft, it was hidden away for almost 200 years because, it Challenges the British Empire, in our rights to build our own government.

Sussex: Declaration of Independence The Truth Part 2- YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYsaisg2uV8

LOL Tif

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Tif, after looking at the names close up, I change my mind, they were signed by different people.

This is what I found out Hank,

John Penn signatures,

 

Oppps !

 I for got, this is what,Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff of The West Sussex Record Office , are saying.about the John Penn signature or John Pinn, looks like a I to me , busted them again...!

William Floyd signatures,

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Hank guess what I found out..?

William Floyd. Signer of Declaration of Independence, delegate from New York (Continental Congresses of 1774-77 and 1778-83), autograph free frank "Wm. Floyd Free" and address on large part of folded cover to Samuel Hazard at Newtown Conn., the cover has been cleaned, silked and refolded, pencil note indicates that the letter (no longer present) was dated at Philadelphia on Feb. 14, 1780, a Fine and attractive example of this scarce Signer's signature, very rare as a free frank, ex Grunin.

https://siegelauctions.com/lots.php?year=2004&sale_no=887&p...

Continental Congress. The Olive Branch Petition, for example below next photo, Is the Start of the Declaration Of Independence.

The Journals of the Continental Congress show that the petition was ordered to be engrossed on July 5th, 1775, and on July 8th, "The Petition to the King being engrossed, was compared, and signed by the several members." Two copies of the Petition were actually prepared and signed, and according to John Adams, one copy was sent with Richard Penn on one ship on July 9th, and the duplicate was sent in another ship on July 10th. So everyone who signed must have done so at the same time.The US Constitution is another interesting example. We celebrate Constitution Day on September 17, 1787, which is THE DAY when delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the engrossed parchment document. 38 delegates were present on that day, and there are 39 signatures on the engrossed parchment. John Dickinson was ill, and had George Read sign his name by proxy -- something that didn't happen with the Declaration of Independence, as far as we can tell. Elbridge Gerry wrote to John and Samuel Adams on July 21st, 1776, "Pray Subscribe for me the Declaration of Independence if the same is to be signed as proposed. I think We ought to have the privilege when necessarily absent of voting and signing by proxy." So, unlike the later Constitution, no one voted or signed by proxy for the Declaration of Independence, but they did have the opportunity to sign after the initial day of signing.

https://declaration.fas.harvard.edu/blog/signing

  A lot of William Floyd signatures, did not have "D" at the end of his signature.

 A close up views of the signatures

Now for Official Signatures of John Witherspoon- 1770 to 1776

Their signatures are exquisitely beautiful, and how they abbreviate their names is also beautiful.

They were masters at many things, one of which is 'thinking'. That gift came from a devout knowledge of the wisdom in the Bible.

Hi Jean,

 I am so happy you dropped in, I also agree, they were very smart, and this is why I shared the names, because they say, the signatures are fake, and this document came in a carbon dating of 1780, not 1776, and at the same time they claim the Declaration was not signed on 1776, but some where between May to June 1776.

Computer  Carbon Dating, is not proven reliable in a lot of issues.

 It was the secret message,"Cengiefs" , they did not even try to find out what it was, or they left it out all together.

 The British Empire did not want us to have a Independence, and they sure the heck was not going to allow such a document released, there was something about it, they were afraid to destroy it, so 200 years later, it turned up in England.

Tif

Interesting, to say the least. Why would the signatures be fake? Please explain. No one signs their name the exact same way twice.

Hi Jean,

 The information was updated of the why, found here,Unsullied by Falsehood: The Signing Of The Declaration of Independence .

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BREAKING: Hillary Admits She Was Wrong About ‘Deplorables,’
White Nationalists Only ‘0.15%’ Of U.S. Population

(TeaParty.org) – Hillary Clinton, the failed liberal presidential candidate who sealed her fate by slamming half of U.S. voters as a load of racist, sexist, xenophobic “deplorables,” just came out and admitted she was wrong, Breitbart reports.

Speaking with Hugh Hewitt on his radio show about her book “What Happened,” he asked her if she actually believes that half of the American population are white nationalists and racists.

“Of the 62.9 million people who voted for President Trump, do you have a number in your mind that you think are actually white nationalist racists of that 62.9 million, a real number?” he asked.

“No, I don’t,” she said.

Still have any doubts? Later in the conversation, Hewitt asked the same question again. “Do you think there are more than a half million, you know, honest-to-God white nationalists running around the United States?”

Clinton: “Probably not, no.”

A white nationalist would like to establish a sovereign country for people of white European heritage, an idea everyone across the political spectrum finds unspeakably intolerable and offensive. Now, the woman who declared that this was the desire of more than half of Americans is saying that virtually nobody wants it. On both counts, she’s completely wrong.

There’s no doubt that Clinton is probably going to try running again for president in 2020 – if she’s even alive that long – and might be trying to absolve her guilt and pander to all those “undecideds” who instantly went MAGA the second she blasted them as no-good racist deplorables for not voting Democrat.

However, Clinton did later admit that there were more white nationalists in America than she had thought. Expressing her worries that the internet and the presidency of Trump is giving them a voice and a platform, she hinted that under her iron scepter, she will attempt to silence them.

“Unfortunately, their views, which used to be quite beyond the mainstream, you know, have a much broader audience now, because you know, of being online and having outlets and media presence that can promote those attitudes,” she said.

How many white nationalists are there in the United States? That’s a question with troublingly few answers, since for some mysterious reason the liberal mainstream media – even though it claims all the time that white supremacy is on the rise – hasn’t actually bothered to take polls and just ask people whether they are white nationalists.

Actually, there’s a simple answer to that. If such a poll were to be taken, our bet is that liberals would be very disappointed to discover that almost nobody is actually a white nationalist, and so there would be no way they could continue scaring people with those fears. A tactic Clinton has apparently given up on.

Left-wingers are entirely convinced that some vague but large majority of people who say they aren’t racists or white nationalists, actually share a lot of views with them – which is why Nazi and white supremacist have become interchangeable with Republican and libertarian.

An article by Newsweek, which polled around 5,000 in order address this very question, came up with this response:

About 70 percent of respondents strongly agreed that people of different races should be “free to live wherever they choose” and that “all races are equal,” and 89 percent agreed that all races should be treated equally. At the same time, 31 percent of respondents said they strongly or somewhat agreed that the country needs to “protect and preserve its White European heritage,” while 34 percent strongly or somewhat disagreed and 29 percent said they neither agreed nor disagreed.

Reality is, it’s a little true that some Americans do have overlapping views with white nationalists, but the overwhelming majority of respondents STRONGLY believe that the races should be free, are equal, and should be treated equally. Sounds like none of these respondents would be joining a lynch mob or waging a second Holocaust any time soon – trying to equate the preservation of white heritage with support for slavery and genocide is obviously one of the Left’s biggest lies, and the very reason why 39 percent of people in this same survey believe white people are under attack.

So Clinton changes her mind, and now says she believes less than one percent of the American population are white nationalists – did she believe there were even LESS than that during the campaign trail? Either way, she’s either just lying or plain stupid.

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