James Perloff — henrymakow.com July 3, 2018
July 4 is Independence Day in the US
The US Declaration of Independence was not written by Thomas Jefferson for the “Christian” reasons we’ve been told. It was secretly penned by Thomas Paine, a self-professed enemy of Christianity to advance the New World Order agenda.
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By James Perloff — (henrymakow.com)
“Everyone knows” Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, but not “everyone knew” it in early America. Jefferson was on the drafting committee at the Second Continental Congress. However, he made no authorship claim until 1821, 45 years later, and even then did so ambiguously.
Since the 19th century, analysts have made a powerful case that the Declaration’s real author was Thomas Paine (1737-1809), British writer of anonymous pamphlets, who arrived in America November 30, 1774, with a letter of introduction from Freemason Grandmaster Benjamin Franklin. This was less than five months before the orchestrated Battle of Lexington, the Revolutionary War’s flashpoint.
Paine wasted little time fulfilling a mission. In 1775 he wrote the lengthy pamphlet “COMMON SENSE,” which became the most influential document inspiring the revolution. Could Paine’s overnight literary success in America have occurred without “helping hands”?
The Declaration of Independence fulfilled COMMON SENSE’s objective. Paine resided in Philadelphia when the Second Continental Congress met there. As Franklin’s choice to write COMMON SENSE (which Paine authored anonymously), would he not also be the choice to anonymously write the Declaration?
THE CASE FOR PAINE’S AUTHORSHIP