Learn from the Past…

Studying the past to reevaluate the Future. Could the same thing that happened to King Charles I one day Happen here in America? I pray beg you Sir, do not laugh. America has rapidly changed since the Pandemic and the Horrible LOCKDOWN.

And you can analyze every Militia Group. And after you do, whom do you suspect to be of the mindset to carry out such a horrific deed or Criminal Act?

Could the American President be Beheaded in a Live Broadcast? And I know, I promise you I am not in anyway proposing such a heinous act or crime, I actually did not even consider such a strange Event here in America until I study the past. With all the Checked and Balances, it would be a very most unbelievable Act to ever come about. But, things are such that I can no longer say just How far people are willing to go Today. It’s a very Different America. More Violent than ever before. And I’m not so sure that people aren’t enjoying the Violence. Maybe they are.

But Like King Charles I I’m wondering just how far anyone can challenge the very Concrete Pillars of Democracy by attacking the Election System and calling for the defunding of the F.B.I and other Law ENFORCEMENT. A commitment while in Office and now thrown out the window by a ravaging wolf. Attacking private individuals with the furious power of your Office before and Public Attacks now. Randomly attacking our very Institutions. And what consequences those Attacks are having among the working man and woman. They do have an impact as proven on J6. But someone still lives in a fairyland. Or didn’t get the Memo? You reap what you sow. And Violent Rhetoric will beget Violent Behavior.

The Halls of Congress & it’s Top Secret Memo are no longer Hallowed and Sacred. No, the attempts by many to DECERTIFY the Voting Results of Certain States Electoral Process is quite amazing to ever to have Occurred. I thought a Russian Overthrow Attempt was actually Taking Place. And the Texas Led Supreme Court Challenge to another’s States Voting Results is like saying-All Y’all Are Liars!

I still have to scratch my head when I think about J6. But let’s reverse to King Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. You simply had a King hell Bent on Keeping Power no matter how he had to do it. And Signing Agreements with Three Foreign Powers to OPENLY INVADE England is about as strange as what is taking place here right now.

Could a tyrannical mental unstable individual take such extraordinary actions? And Sign with Fascists for their help in putting him in Power? Again? Maybe without even Voting? Of Voting and His Judges side with every Anti-Voting Lawsuits his team of Lawyers could ever dream up?

But what happens when the Silent Majority rises up and says enough is enough? I don’t see America going down without a Fight. But would it get to the point of a Beheading? On LIVE TV? Or Pay-per-View?

I still think not. But many in 1649 did not believe King Charles I would be Beheaded.

Charles I was King of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 27 March 1625 until his execution in 1649. He was born into the House of Stuart as the second son of King James VI of Scotland, but after his father inherited the English throne in 1603, he moved to England, where he spent much of the rest of his life.

King Charles I

As a King, Charles I was disastrous; as a man, he faced his death with courage and dignity. His trial and execution were the first of their kind.

Charles I only became heir when his brother Henry died in 1612. Charles had many admirable personal qualities, but he was painfully shy and insecure. He also lacked the charisma and vision essential for leadership. His stubborn refusal to compromise over power-sharing finally ignited civil war.

Seven years of fighting between Charles’ supporters and Oliver Cromwell’s Parliamentarians claimed the lives of thousands, and ultimately, of the King himself. Charles was convicted of treason and executed on 30 January 1649 outside the Banqueting House in Whitehall.



Charles I inherited his father’s belief in the Divine Right of Kings, a doctrine upheld by the entire Stuart dynasty, one of the most powerful families ever to have ruled Scotland.

They believed that kings were chosen by God to rule, and that only God could overrule them.

Charles also believed that he had the sole right to make laws, so to oppose him was a sin against God. 

He genuinely believed that a dictatorship was the only effective form of government.

The magnificent Rubens ceiling painting at the Banqueting House, completed in 1636, was commissioned by Charles to celebrate these divine principles.

In this detail of the main canvas, The Apotheosis of James I, his father is portrayed ascending to heaven in a cloud of glory. 


Under Charles II, the surviving 41 republicans who had signed the death warrant of Charles I were called to account.

Most fled abroad, or surrendered voluntarily to avoid execution.

The ten who refused to beg forgiveness were tried and sentenced to death.

After Restoration, royalists dug up Oliver Cromwell’s rotting corpse and hanged it at Tyburn.

After his succession in 1625, Charles quarrelled with the Parliament of England, which sought to curb his royal prerogative. He believed in the divine right of kings, and was determined to govern according to his own conscience. Many of his subjects opposed his policies, in particular the levying of taxes without parliamentary consent, and perceived his actions as those of a tyrannical absolute monarch. His religious policies, coupled with his marriage to a Roman Catholic, generated antipathy and mistrust from Reformed religious groups such as the English Puritans and Scottish Covenanters, who thought his views too Catholic. He supported high church Anglican ecclesiastics such as Richard Montagu and William Laud, and failed to aid continental Protestant forces successfully during the Thirty Years’ War. His attempts to force the Church of Scotland to adopt high Anglican practices led to the Bishops’ Wars, strengthened the position of the English and Scottish parliaments, and helped precipitate his own downfall.

From 1642, Charles fought the armies of the English and Scottish parliaments in the English Civil War. After his defeat in 1645, he surrendered to a Scottish force that eventually handed him over to the English Parliament (the “Long Parliament“). Charles refused to accept his captors’ demands for a constitutional monarchy, and temporarily escaped captivity in November 1647. Re-imprisoned on the Isle of Wight, he forged an alliance with Scotland, but by the end of 1648 the Parliamentarian New Model Army had consolidated its control over England. Charles was tried, convicted, and executed for high treason in January 1649. The monarchy was abolished and the Commonwealth of England was established as a republic. The monarchy was restored to Charles’s son Charles II in 1660.


When you surround yourself with Yes Men your mind slowly goes, slips away, as you Believe your life is of the Greatest Grandeur. Maybe even Divine by God.