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NEW YEAR GREETINGS – WISDOM TO GUIDE IN 2018

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New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.
New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.

​I wish all my readers a Very Happy New Year. At any given place, and time, the external circumstances impacting our living conditions vary as all of us have individualistic life experiences even while sharing common living environment.

New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.
New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.

I seek Emotional Equilibrium or Emotional Balance or Mood Balance while preparing to face challenges posed in New Year 2018. I seek Wisdom shared by Septuagint, Greek version of Bible known to Jesus during His lifetime. He cautions people about hardened hearts, spiritual blindness and deafness that makes people unresponsive to human pain and suffering. I should not hope or desire to find people who have the heart to know my problems, who have eyes to see my difficulties, and who have ears to listen to my pitiable groans.


It helps me to secure my Emotional Equilibrium by knowing Septuagint, the ideas shared by Prophet Isaiah which guided Jesus during His very difficult Life Journey.

I am not surprised to find that people do not understand the pain that I reveal in my writing. I am not surprised to find that people do not perceive the hardships that I endure. I am not surprised to find that people cannot hear my voice filled with desperation.

New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.

I am not perturbed for I live among people whose hearts have become dull. At least for now, I have to live without the benefit of healing promised by Jesus.

New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.

Jesus speaks of conversion that leads to healing of hearts. Time has healing power of its own. Both physical wounds and emotional injuries heal under the influence of Time. In 2018, I need to wait with patience and ask for blessings of perseverance for the healing process to manifest its results.

New Year Greetings – Wisdom to Guide in 2018. Septuagenarian Discovers Septuagint.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA 48104-4162
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LABOR DAY MUSINGS – DEFINING AMERICAN WORKPLACE

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LABOR DAY MUSINGS – DEFINING AMERICAN WORKPLACE

 
 

In the United States, Labor activists, and Labor Unions made great progress to defend the rights of Working Class. Unfortunately this progress was totally undermined by the US Congress which enacted legislation that took away the dignity of unskilled, hourly wage earners who perform painful toil on the US soil. For example, US President Bill Clinton on August 22, 1996 signed into Law, Public Law 104-193, ‘The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act’ (PRWORA) which places restrictions on the payments of monthly retirement income benefits to workers in the US under Title II of the Social Security Act. Refer to Section 401(b) (2) of PRWORA.

For many unskilled, hourly wage earners performing labor in the US, American Workplace is defined as Work until Death for they have no Retirement option. For those who have no Retirement option, American Workplace is defined by the Book of Genesis, Chapter 3, verses 17 to 19.

 
 

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA 48104-4162.

 
 

IN 1882, LABOR DAY ORIGINATED WITH A PARADE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY

 
 

Posted on Monday September 04, 2017 by EMILY NONKO

Clipped from: https://www.6sqft.com/in-1882-labor-day-originated-with-a-parade-held-in-nyc/

An illustration of the first Labor Day parade, via Wiki Commons

Though Labor Day has been embraced as a national holiday–albeit one many Americans don’t know the history of–it originated right here in New York City. The holiday is a result of the city’s labor unions fighting for worker’s rights throughout the 1800’s. The event was first observed, unofficially, on Tuesday, September 5th, 1882, with thousands marching from City Hall up to Union Square. At the time, the New York Times considered the event to be unremarkable. But 135 years later, we celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of every September as a tribute to all American workers. It’s also a good opportunity to recognize the hard-won accomplishments of New York unions to secure a better workplace for us today.

According to Untapped Cities, the holiday has its roots in a common 19th century tradition in which laborers held picnics and parades to draw awareness to worker’s rights. Organized unions emerged from there, and New York City became a hotbed for labor activists by the Industrial Revolution of the 1880s.

View of South Street during the Industrial Revolution, via the Metropolitan Museum of New York

Back then, laborers were fighting against low wages, unfair hours, child labor and unsafe working environments. (Most workers at the time worked six days a week, 10 or 12 hours a day, and Sunday was the only day off. There were no paid vacations, no sick days and very few breaks during a day.) Two labor groups, the Knights of Labor and the Tailor’s Union, established a city-wide trade consortium–known as the Central Labor Union of New York, Brooklyn, and Jersey City, or the CLU–in January of 1882 to promote similar goals. They called for things like fair wages, an eight-hour workday and an end to child labor. The group also proposed that for one day a year, the country celebrate American workers with parades and celebrations. The CLU went ahead and organized the first parade for the September 5th of that year.

According to Brownstoner, two different men within the labor movement were credited for the parade. Matthew Maguire, a machinist, first proposed a holiday and parade in 1882. He was the secretary of the CLU. But that same year, Peter J. McGuire, cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, also proposed a parade. The debate between the original founder of Labor Day was never settled, though Matthew Maguire usually gets the credit.

The parade began outside City Hall, with the CLU advertising it as a display of the “strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations.” It was important to the event that the men gave up a day’s pay to partake in the festivities. And they did arrive in droves, with banners and signs with slogans like “NO MONEY MONOPOLY” and “LABOR BUILT THIS REPUBLIC AND LABOR SHALL RULE IT.”

No drinking was allowed at the parade, which featured everyone from the Jewelers Union of Newark to the typographical union, which was known as ‘The Big Six.’ Along the route, which passed Canal Street on its way to Union Square, hundreds of seamstresses hung out the windows cheering the procession, blowing kisses and waving their handkerchiefs. It’s said as many as 20,000 men marched that day.

The party after the marchers hit Union Square was celebratory, according to the New York history book Gotham. Here’s a passage from the book:

Finally, after passing by a reviewing stand filled with labor dignitaries, the participants adjourned, via the elevated, to an uptown picnic at Elm Park. There they danced to jigs by Irish fiddlers and pipers and were serenaded by the Bavarian Mountain Singers while the flags of Ireland, Germany, France, and the USA flapped in the autumn air.

Labor Day parade float in New York City, early 20th century, via New York Department of Labor

Labor parades began in other cities around the county, and for a while the day was known as “the workingman’s holiday.” By 1886, several cities had an annual parade, with legislation in the works to make the day a state holiday. Though New York was the first state to introduce a bill to make the holiday official, Oregon was the first to actually pass it as law in 1887. New York quickly followed suit that same year, as did New Jersey, Massachusetts and Colorado.

Labor unions, of course, went on to secure rights like the eight-hour work day, collective bargaining, health insurance, retirement funds and better wages. These days, the holiday is better known as a marker to the end of summer than a celebration of the working class. But it’s a nice reminder such hard-fought battles, which brought accomplishments that now define the American workplace, took root in New York.

 
 

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THE GREAT AMERICAN ECLIPSE – LIVING UNDER THE SHADOW OF AMERICAN GULAG

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‘The Great American Eclipse’ of Monday August 21, 2017 symbolizes ‘The Black Day to Freedom’ for it reveals the reality of American Living Experience; the fact of Americans ‘Living Under the Shadow of American Gulag. Americans no longer find protection from values of Freedom, Democracy, and Individual Rights. These values were totally compromised by 37th US President Richard M Nixon on July 15, 1971 when he announced his plan to befriend Communist China.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN??? ‘GULAG’

In my analysis, Monday August 21, 2017 represents reality of the United States Living Under the Dark Shadow of Communism that blocks perception of true values of Freedom, Democracy, and Individual Rights.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada
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TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OF AUGUST 21, 2017

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The Great American Eclipse is coming to the USA on August 21, 2017. Learn where to view the eclipse, how to view it safely, and all about solar eclipses.

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Tour the entire path of totality from Oregon to South Carolina. Built with advanced GIS software and data and utilizing precise figures of the Moon’s shadow by NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio, this animation shows you all the great spots to view the total solar eclipse.

71st INDEPENDENCE DAY – JOURNEY FROM FREEDOM TO AMERICAN GULAG

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71st INDEPENDENCE DAY – JOURNEY FROM FREEDOM TO AMERICAN GULAG

71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My  Journey from Freedom to American Gulag. United States institutionalized practice of Slavery, Serfdom, Involuntary Servitude, and Forced Labor.

To celebrate India’s 71st Independence Day on August 15 as “SANKALP DIVAS” or “RESOLUTION DAY,” I resolve to share experience of my Life’s Journey from Freedom to ‘American Gulag’.

GULAG‘, Russian acronym for Glavnoe Upravleniye ispravitel’no-trudovykh LAGerei, stands for Chief Administration of Corrective Labor Camps and Colonies of the Soviet Secret Police. Gulag means a Prison or Forced Labor Camp especially for political prisoners as in the Soviet Union. Gulag represents any place or situation that generates experience of Incarceration, Forced Labor under State Patronage. The System of Soviet Repression involves, 1. Arrest, 2. Interrogation, 3. Incarceration, 4. Transportation, 5. Forced Labor, 6. Break-up of the Family, 7. Exile, and 8. Death. Gulag stands as a vivid symbol of Slavery, Servitude, Serfdom, Involuntary Labor sponsored by State to coerce citizens to change behavioral attitudes that are not consistent with State’s Monopoly of Power.

It may be true to claim that Communism represents Dictatorship of Proletariat or the Working Class. Communism preaches a doctrine that lays emphasis on the requirements of the State rather than on Individual Freedoms or Personal Liberties.

To perform my Life’s Journey, I arrived in Mylapore, Madras, Chennai breathing fresh air of Independent India. United States Information Service or USIS of the US Consulate in Madras preached the virtues of Freedom and Democracy to counter the spread of Communism in Asia.

71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Journey from Freedom to American Gulag. United States institutionalized practice of Slavery, Serfdom, Involuntary Servitude, and Forced Labor.

On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, I am in a situation that does not let me experience the fruits of Freedom and Democracy of ‘Free World’. I ask my readers to contemplate on the realities of ‘American Gulag’, Slavery, Forced Labor practiced by the US to abridge Individual Rights, Individual Freedoms, and Personal Liberties. In fact, the United States institutionalized practice of Slavery, Serfdom, Involuntary Servitude, and Forced Labor.

Rudranarasimham Rebbapragada

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71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Journey from Freedom to American Gulag. The United States institutionalized practice of Slavery, Serfdom, Involuntary Servitude, and Forced Labor.

INDIA INDEPENDENCE DAY 2017: TOP QUOTES, PHOTOS FROM PM NARENDRA MODI’S SPEECH

BY GAYATHRI ANURADHA ON 8/15/2017

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India celebrated its 71st Independence Day on Tuesday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi keeping up with the tradition of addressing nation from the historic Red Fort in New Delhi. India won freedom from the British rule on this date in 1947 after a prolonged struggle by the people of the nation.

On July 30, Modi asked citizens of the country to send him a list of subjects they felt he should address in his speech on the Narendra Modi app, an application that provides updates on the activities of the prime minister. Some of the popular suggestions included the quality of education, Clean India (a campaign by the Modi government to clean the streets, roads, and infrastructure of the country’s cities and towns) and digitization as a tool to end corruption. 

In another tweet, he shared a video saying he received complaints regarding his speeches with many saying they were too long. He promised to keep it short and this time he delivered a short speech for the first time in four years. This year Modi’s Independence Day speech was 56 minutes long, said reports.

Modi’s tweet also read: “When I address nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on 15th August, I am merely the medium. The voice is of 125 crore Indians.”

Here are some quotes from Modi’s address to the nation:

  • We remember the great women and men who worked hard for India’s freedom. 
  • We have to take the country ahead with determination of creating a ‘New India.’
  • In our nation, there is no one big or small…everybody is equal. Together we can bring a positive change in the nation.
  • This is a special year – the 75th anniversary of Quit India, 100th anniversary of Champaran Satyagraha, the 125th anniversary of Ganesh Utsav.
  • Good governance is about speed and simplification of processes.
  • India’s stature in the world is rising. The world is with us in fighting the menace of terror. I thank all nations helping us doing so.
  • We are nurturing our youngsters to be job creators and not job seekers.
  • I want to mention those women who have to suffer due to ‘Tripe Talaq’- I admire their courage. We are with them in their struggles.
  • Violence in the name of astha (faith) is not something to be happy about, it will not be accepted in India.
  • India is about shanti (peace), ekta (unity) and sadbhavana (goodwill). Casteism and communalism will not help us.
  • We have to work for the progress of Jammu and Kashmir. Neither with foul language and abuses nor with the bullet — Kashmir’s problems can only be solved by embracing Kashmiris.
  • There is no question of being soft on terrorism or terrorists.
  • 1st January 2018 will not be an ordinary day; those born in this century will start turning 18. They are Bhagya Vidhatas (Creators of destiny) of our nation.

On Sunday, in his address on the radio show “Man Ki Baat”, Modi urged every Indian to celebrate Aug. 15 as “Sankalp Divas” (Resolution Day) and take an oath to do something for the society, the family, or for the government.

71st Independence Day Celebration in India.  My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.
71st Independence Day Celebration in India. My Life’s Journey from Freedom to American Gulag.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS

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GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS:

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. THIS ARTICLE IS POSTED IN OBSERVATION OF GOOD FRIDAY ON APRIL 14, 2017.
#GOODFRIDAY - #SENIORALIEN - WHOLE LABOR : I DEDICATE THIS ARTICLE TO OBSERVATION OF GOOD FRIDAY ON APRIL 03, 2015 .
GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS: I DEDICATE THIS ARTICLE TO OBSERVATION OF GOOD FRIDAY ON APRIL 14, 2017 .

I dedicate this article to observation of Good Friday on April 14, 2017. By withholding Social Security Monthly Retirement Benefit payments claimed by Senior Alien, USA imposed Burden of Slavery giving him option of Laboring Until Death.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. THIS ARTICLE IS POSTED IN OBSERVATION OF GOOD FRIDAY ON APRIL 14, 2017.

Senior Alien arrived in the United States to search for his purpose in Life. Senior Alien needs ‘REDEEMER’ or ‘The Discoverer’ who can provide guidance to reach the Final Destination of Life. But, following ‘REDEEMER’ can impose challenging burden of its own. Senior Alien has to weigh his options between Burden of Slavery vs Burden of Cross. If a life of #WholeLabor is unavoidable, #SeniorAlien needs the blessings of Christ Jesus who died as a ransom to set man free.

IN GOD WE TRUST – INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE – THE FALL OF MAN:

IN GOD WE TRUST - INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE - THE FALL OF MAN: The Old Testament, The First Book of Moses called GENESIS, in Chapter 3 narrates the story about the Fall of Man. Hard Work, Toil, and Labor is the common lot of man and is the result of God's Curse. Man is condemned to lead a life of bitter Servitude.
GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. IN GOD WE TRUST – INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE – THE FALL OF MAN: The Old Testament, The First Book of Moses, GENESIS, Chapter 3 narrates story about the Fall of Man. Hard Work, Toil, and Labor is the common lot of Man and is the result of God’s Curse. Man is condemned to lead a life of bitter Servitude.

The Old Testament, The First Book of Moses, GENESIS, Chapter 3, verses 17-19, 22, and 23 narrate story about the Fall of Man:

To Adam He said, “Because you listened to your wife and ate from the tree about which I commanded you, ‘You must not eat of it’,

“Cursed is the ground because of you;

through painful toil you will eat of it

all the days of your life.

It will produce thorns and thistles for you,

and you will eat the plants of the field.

By the sweat of your brow

You will eat your food

until you return to the ground,

since from it you were taken,

for dust you are

and to dust you will return.”

And the LORD God said, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.”

So the LORD God banished him from the Garden of Eden to work the ground from which he had been taken.

It is not surprising to read in the Book of Psalms, Chapter 104:23: “Then man goes out to his work, to his labor until evening.”

The Book of Ecclesiastes records man’s grief and sense of disappointment that involves leading a life of Servitude and then die without claiming any benefit from all his labor. Chapter 1, verse 2 states the pain:

Everything is Meaningless

“Meaningless ! Meaningless ! ” says the Teacher.

“Utterly meaningless !

Everything is meaningless.”

What does man gain from all his labor

at which he toils under the sun?

The Book of Ecclesiastes further confirms man’s agony in Chapter 2, verse 17:

“So I hated life because the work that is done under the sun was grievous to me.”

Man is condemned to lead a life of bitter Servitude; Hard Work, Toil, Labor is the common lot of Man and is the result of God’s Curse. In practical terms, Labor refers to work performed to earn a wage. A characteristic of all kinds of Labor is that it consumes some part of the short days and short years of human life. Apart from making a living through Labor, man has to face the penalty called ‘Death’ which wipes out all the benefits earned or saved by living a Life of Servitude.

THE CONCEPT OF SABBATH YEAR – THE DIVINE LAWS OF MERCY AND GRACE:

In God We Trust - Involuntary Servitude: God reveals His Mercy, Grace, and Compassion by His Fourth Commandment, the Divine Law that proclaimed Sabbath and demands its Observance.
Good Friday – Senior Alien – Burden of Slavery vs Burden of Cross. In God We Trust – Involuntary Servitude: God reveals His Mercy, Grace, and Compassion by His Fourth Commandment, the Divine Law that proclaimed Sabbath and demands its Observance.
IN GOD WE TRUST - INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE: God condemned man for his act of Disobedience and at the same time instituted the Moral Principle of observing rest from all Work, Toil, and Labor.
Good Friday – Senior Alien – Burden of Slavery vs Burden of Cross. In God We Trust – Involuntary Servitude: God condemned Man for his act of Disobedience and at the same time instituted the Moral Principle of observing rest from all Work, Toil, and Labor.

The word ‘SABBATH'( Hebrew. Shabbath, Greek. Sabbaton ) describes the demand to desist, cease from all kinds of work and to observe rest as a Moral Principle or Duty. It is the weekly day of rest and worship of the Jews. The Fourth Commandment(The Book of EXODUS, Chapter 20:1-17; Chapter 34:1-5) enjoined Israel to observe the Seventh Day as a Holy Day on which no work should be done by man or beast. Everyone, including even the stranger within the gates, is required to desist from all work. It is intended to be a day of Blessing to man both physically and spiritually. However, it may be noted that this concept of rest as a Divine Rule of Law was instituted at Creation. God rested from his creative labors on the Sabbath Day. “And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it He rested from all the work of creating that He had done.” (The Book of Genesis, Chapter 2, verse 3) The Third Book of Moses called LEVITICUS, Chapter 23, verse 3 gives clear instructions about  observance of Sabbath Day as a Holy Day of Obligation: “There are six days when you may work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath of rest, a day of sacred assembly. You are not to do any work; wherever you live, it is Sabbath to the LORD.”

THE SABBATH YEAR AND THE YEAR OF JUBILEE:

IN GOD WE TRUST - INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE: While man is condemned to toil until his death, God created a mechanism to provide physical rest to man and the Divine Law instituted the Principle of giving rest to both man and the Fields in which man has to Labor. There is hope of Deliverance and Liberty is proclaimed throughout the Land to all its inhabitants to consecrate the 50th Year as the Jubilee Year.
Good Friday – Senior Alien – Burden of Slavery vs Burden of Cross. In God We Trust – Involuntary Servitude: While Man is condemned to toil until his death, God created a mechanism to provide physical rest to Man. The Divine Law instituted Principle of giving rest to both Man and the Fields in which Man has to Labor. There is hope of Deliverance and of Liberty proclaimed throughout the Land to all its inhabitants to consecrate the 50th Year as the Jubilee Year.

The Third Book of Moses called LEVITICUS, Chapter 25, verses 3 and 4 describe the Sabbath Year: “For six years sow your fields, and for six years prune your vineyards and gather their crops. But in the Seventh Year the land is to have a Sabbath of rest, a Sabbath to the LORD. Do not sow your fields or prune your vineyards. Do not reap what grows of itself or harvest the grapes of your untended vines. The land is to have a year of rest.” Verse 6 describes the rules about sharing food during the Sabbath Year without any sense of discrimination: “Whatever the land yields during the Sabbath Year will be food for you – for yourself, your manservant and maid-servant, and the hired worker and temporary resident who live among you, as well as for your livestock and the wild animals in your land, whatever the land produces may be eaten.” Verse 10 further stipulates  observance of the Jubilee Year: “Consecrate the fiftieth Year and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants.”

THE SON OF MAN IS THE LORD OF SABBATH:

IN GOD WE TRUST - INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE: The Son of Man is the Lord of Sabbath. In the New Testament Gospels According to Saint Matthew, Saint Mark, Saint Luke, and Saint John, Jesus taught that the Sabbath was made for man's benefit, and that man's needs must take precedence over the Laws of the Sabbath.
Good Friday – Senior Alien – Burden of Slavery vs Burden of Cross. In God We Trust – Involuntary Servitude: The Son of Man is the Lord of Sabbath. In the New Testament Gospels According to Saint Matthew, Saint Mark, Saint Luke, and Saint John, Jesus taught that the Sabbath was made for Man’s benefit, and that Man’s needs must take precedence over the Laws of the Sabbath.

In the Gospel According to Saint Matthew, Chapter 12, verse 8 Jesus categorically affirms: “For the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath.” Similarly, in the Gospel According to Saint Mark, Chapter 2, verses 27-28 it is mentioned: Then He said to them, “The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath. So the Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath.” Jesus refused to let rules interfere with Compassion for needy people and insisted upon the correct interpretation of the Laws of the Sabbath to meet the needs of Man for food and healing. It is in this context, I would like to study the US Labor Laws and the practices of its executive Department of Health and Human Services that impose Involuntary Servitude, Slavery, and Forced Labor upon temporary residents of foreign origin who labor on the US soil all their lives beyond the age of full retirement which currently stands at the age of 66-years.

IN GOD WE TRUST - FORCED LABOR: "ECCE HOMO." LATIN. BEHOLD THE MAN(JOHN 19:5). BEHOLD THE SENIOR ALIEN. THE UNITED STATES USING ITS LAWS TO FORCE SENIOR ALIENS TO LABOR BEYOND THEIR FULL RETIREMENT AGE OF 66-YEARS OR MORE.
GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. IN GOD WE TRUST – FORCED LABOR: “ECCE HOMO.” LATIN. BEHOLD THE MAN(JOHN 19:5). BEHOLD THE SENIOR ALIEN. THE UNITED STATES USING ITS LAWS TO FORCE SENIOR ALIENS TO LABOR BEYOND THEIR FULL RETIREMENT AGE OF 66-YEARS.

I am sharing this blog post in response to the Notice of Award, Date. August 16, 2014 sent by Social Security Administration(SSA), Great Lakes Program Service Centre, 600 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois 60661-2474 which approved Senior Alien’s Claim for Retirement Benefits at monthly rate of $1347.80. At the same time, the Department informed that the Benefits would not be paid because of the Applicant’s Alien Status. In other words, the Senior Alien has to simply exist as a Slave with no lawful right to his own wages and earnings. The direct consequence of this Notice of Award is that of a condition called ‘Forced Labor’, or ‘Involuntary Servitude’.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. FOR SENIOR ALIEN ARRIVED IN THE US TO DISCOVER TRUE PURPOSE IN LIFE, HE CANNOT FORFEIT HIS SOUL.

For Senior Alien has not yet arrived at his Final Destination in his Life, he still needs guidance of ‘REDEEMER’ or The Discoverer to live Life without forfeiting his Soul.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS.

 

To accept Jesus Christ as ‘REDEEMER’ or The Discoverer may impose a burden of its own. The first ‘DEMAND’ of being a Disciple of Christ is that of SELF-DENIAL or embracing Burden of Cross.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS.

If ‘Self-Denial’ is the precondition to get guidance from ‘REDEEMER’, or The Discoverer, Senior Alien has to simply deny the problem posed by ‘Notice of Slavery Award’ sent by Social Security Administration.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS.

For it is written, “No servant can serve two Masters….” (LUKE 16:13), Senior Alien has to choose between two Masters who control or govern his Life. In choosing ‘REDEEMER’, The Discoverer, Senior Alien may lose his Life living as Slave and yet find true or real purpose of Life if it holds the Promise of Everlasting Life.

GOOD FRIDAY – SENIOR ALIEN – BURDEN OF SLAVERY vs BURDEN OF CROSS. SENIOR ALIEN HAS TO CHOOSE HIS MASTER. ITS BETTER TO LIVE AS SERVANT LOSING LIFE THROUGH SLAVERY, FORCED LABOR, AND INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE IMPOSED BY THE US GOVERNMENT DESCRIBED AS MAMMON.

This Good Friday, April 14, 2017, Senior Alien has chosen his Master who governs or controls his Life. Its better to live as Servant losing Life through Slavery, Forced Labor, and Involuntary Servitude imposed by the US Government described as Mammon.

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SLAVERY – REINVENTION BY SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

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SLAVERY – REINVENTION BY SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION REINVENTS SLAVERY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MODERN ECONOMIC PRACTICES THAT REPLACED AGRICULTURAL SERFDOM.
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION: REINVENTION OF SLAVERY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MODERN ECONOMIC PRACTICES THAT REPLACED AGRICULTURAL SERFDOM.

“Slavery – Reinvention By Social Security Administration.” I make this claim on December 06, 2016 to acknowledge historical event of ratification of the 13th Amendment on December 06, 1865.

Constitution of the United States is the document embodying Principles on which American nation is governed. It is the Supreme Law of the Land, no other Law, State Constitution or Statute, Federal Legislation, or Executive Order can operate in conflict with it. The Constitution began to function since its adoption in 1789. The Bill of Rights was added in 1791 to provide adequate guarantees of Individual Liberties.

Slavery continued to exist in the United States until January 01, 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation abolished Slavery in Secessionist Southern States or Confederacy. This Proclamation was not enough to abolish Slavery. In further effort to abolish Slavery in rest of the country, President Lincoln introduced the 13th Amendment to the Constitution ratified on December 06, 1865.

In my view, 13th Amendment failed to fully ban Slavery. Taking advantage of modern employment practices, US Congress successfully introduced Federal Legislation to restrict Right to Property. In my analysis, Right to Property includes Right to Wages, Earnings, Monetary Contributions held in Public Trust Fund administered by Social Security Administration.

Social Security Administration is not governed by the Supreme Law of American Nation. Social Security Administration exists as tool to Reinvent Slavery denying Right to Property even for those residing in the country without any criminal record or felony conviction.

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SOCIAL SECURITY REINVENTS SLAVERY BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY. SOCIAL SECURITY ACT OPERATES IN DIRECT CONFLICT WITH THE 13th AMENDMENT.
SLAVERY –  REINVENTION BY SOCIAL SECURITY ACT BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY. SOCIAL SECURITY ACT OPERATES IN DIRECT CONFLICT WITH THE 13th AMENDMENT.

13th Amendment ratified – Dec 06, 1865 – HISTORY.com

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1865

13th Amendment ratified

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    2009

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    13th Amendment ratified

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    On this day in 1865, the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, officially ending the institution of slavery, is ratified. “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” With these words, the single greatest change wrought by the Civil War was officially noted in the Constitution.

    The ratification came eight months after the end of the war, but it represented the culmination of the struggle against slavery. When the war began, some in the North were against fighting what they saw as a crusade to end slavery. Although many northern Democrats and conservative Republicans were opposed to slavery’s expansion, they were ambivalent about outlawing the institution entirely. The war’s escalation after the First Battle of Bull Run, Virginia, in July 1861 caused many to rethink the role that slavery played in creating the conflict. By 1862, Lincoln realized that it was folly to wage such a bloody war without plans to eliminate slavery. In September 1862, following the Union victory at the Battle of Antietam in Maryland, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring that all slaves in territory still in rebellion on January 1, 1863, would be declared forever free. The move was largely symbolic, as it only freed slaves in areas outside of Union control, but it changed the conflict from a war for the reunification of the states to a war whose objectives included the destruction of slavery.

    Lincoln believed that a constitutional amendment was necessary to ensure the end of slavery. In 1864, Congress debated several proposals. Some insisted on including provisions to prevent discrimination against blacks, but the Senate Judiciary Committee provided the eventual language. It borrowed from the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, when slavery was banned from the area north of the Ohio River. The Senate passed the amendment in April 1864.

    A Republican victory in the 1864 presidential election would guarantee the success of the amendment. The Republican platform called for the “utter and complete destruction” of slavery, while the Democrats favored restoration of states’ rights, which would include at least the possibility for the states to maintain slavery. Lincoln’s overwhelming victory set in motion the events leading to ratification of the amendment. The House passed the measure in January 1865 and it was sent to the states for ratification. When Georgia ratified it on December 6, 1865, the institution of slavery officially ceased to exist in the United States.

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  • SOCIAL SECURITY REINVENTS SLAVERY BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY PROTECTED BY THE 13th AMENDMENT.
    SLAVERY – REINVENTION BY SOCIAL SECURITY ACT BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY PROTECTED BY THE 13th AMENDMENT.

    SOCIAL SECURITY REINVENTS SLAVERY BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY PROTECTED BY 13th AMENDMENT.
    SLAVERY – REINVENTION BY SOCIAL SECURITY ACT BY RESTRICTING RIGHT TO PROPERTY PROTECTED BY 13th AMENDMENT.

SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD

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SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD:

GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER - NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD: HAROLD WASHINGTON SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, CHICAGO GETS THE UNIQUE PLACE OF DISTINCTION IN THE US HISTORY FOR ITS NOTICE OF AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014 HAS OVERTURNED PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION THAT ABOLISHED SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.
SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD: HAROLD WASHINGTON SOCIAL SECURITY CENTER, CHICAGO. UNIQUE DISTINCTION IN THE US HISTORY FOR ITS NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014, AND OCTOBER 13, 2016 OVERTURNED PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION THAT ABOLISHED SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.
GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER - NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD: THE NOTICE OF AWARD SENT ON AUGUST 16, 2014 HAS IMPOSED SLAVERY, INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE, AND FORCED LABOR AS DEFINED BY THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTER 77, TITLE 18 OF THE US CODE, SECTIONS, 1581, 1584, AND 1589.
SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014 AND OCTOBER 13, 2016  IMPOSE SLAVERY, INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE, AND FORCED LABOR AS DEFINED BY THE PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN CHAPTER 77, TITLE 18 OF THE US CODE, SECTIONS, 1581, 1584, AND 1589.

The word ‘DECISION’ is defined as the act of deciding a question or a claim by giving a judgment; it is a conclusion made with firmness of mind, and it describes a determination reached or given. Social Security Administration, Great Lakes Program Service Center made a “DECISION” and sent a Notice of Award on August 16, 2014 and revised it on October 13, 2016. This   Historical Decision overturns the Emancipation Proclamation made by the US President Abraham Lincoln to abolish Slavery in the United States.

GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER - NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD: THE NOTICE OF AWARD, DATE AUGUST 16, 2014 COMMUNICATED A DECISION MADE BY SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTATION. THE IMMEDIATE CONSEQUENCE OF THE DECISION IS THAT OF FORCING, COMPELLING, COERCING A SENIOR ALIEN TO PERFORM LABOR AGAINST HIS WILL BY CREATING "CLIMATE OF FEAR."
SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014 AND OCTOBER 13, 2016. A DECISION FORCING, COMPELLING, COERCING SENIOR ALIEN TO PERFORM LABOR AGAINST HIS WILL BY CREATING “CLIMATE OF FEAR.”

The Notice of Award communicated the ‘Decision’, the Determination, or Conclusion reached by Social Security Administration(SSA), Great Lakes Program Service Center, Harold Washington Social Security Center, 600 West Madison Street, Chicago IL 60661-2474 on August 16, 2014 and on October 13, 2016.

1. The Decision approved the applicant’s Claim for Monthly Retirement Benefit and the entitlement date is October 2014. The applicant’s current monthly benefit rate of $1347.80 is changed to $1,508.60 as of January 2016. However, the Decision is silent or mute for it shares no fact or information that guides the Decision-making process and it fails to establish the legal basis and information that shapes this judgment. For reasons of fairness, clarity and to ensure practice of the principle called ‘Equal Protection Under Law’, the Decision must explain the legal basis for this approval. The Decision must disclose US Law that provides authority or sanctioning power to arrive at the Decision that grants the approval of the Claim for Social Security Retirement Insurance Benefit.

2. The Part-2 of the above Decision states that the Department cannot pay the Monthly Benefit of the Retirement Insurance Plan. It must be noted that the Social Security Retirement Insurance Plan stands on support of two pillars; 1. The Contributions made by Employee and his Employer as mandated by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act or FICA, and 2. The age of the Plan Subscriber; the Subscriber is paid Monthly Benefit after attaining a predetermined qualifying age called the ‘full retirement age’. All employees working in the US are required by the Federal Law to subscribe to this SSA Retirement Insurance with or without immigration status. For example, US citizen who may not have earned enough ‘Credits’ and who may not have reached the qualifying age( currently at 66-years), is not eligible to apply for this Retirement Benefit. The Rules for Lawful Presence in the US do not establish the eligibility criteria to subscribe and contribute to the Social Security Public Trust Fund. These Rules for Lawful Presence in the US make distinction between the US citizens and other US residents. However, the Supreme Law that governs the lives of all individuals physically present in the country is the Constitution of the United States.

THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE NOTICE OF AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014 AND OCTOBER 13, 2016:

Social Security - Great Lakes Program Service Center - Notice of Slavery Award. "Behold The Man."
Social Security – Great Lakes Program Service Center – Notice of Slavery Award. “Behold The Man.”

I am asking my readers to behold the Senior Alien who has to live and experience consequences of the Notice of Award sent by Harold Washington Social Security Center. A number of provisions in the US Code target the problems of Involuntary Servitude, Slavery, and Forced Labor. These provisions are contained in Chapter 77 of Title 18. Section 1581 prohibits using force, the threat of force, or the threat of legal coercion to compel a person to work against his/her will. Section 1584 of Title 18 makes it unlawful to hold a person in a condition of Slavery, that is a condition of compulsory service or labor against his/her will by use of actual force, threats of force, or threats of legal coercion. Section 1584 also prohibits compelling a person to work against his will by creating a “Climate of Fear” through the use of force, the threat of force, or the threat of legal coercion( i.e., if you don’t work, I’ll call the Immigration officials) which is sufficient to compel service against a person’s will. Section 1589 deals with Forced Labor and it broadens the definition of the kinds of coercion that might result in Forced Labor, whoever knowingly provides or obtains the labor or services of a person. 1. By threats of serious harm to or physical restraint against that person or another person, 2. By means of any scheme, plan, or pattern intended to cause the person to believe that if the person did not perform such labor or services, that person or another person would suffer serious harm or physical restraint; or 3. By means of the abuse or threatened abuse of Law or the Legal Process.

The Notice of Award violates the provisions contained in Chapter 77 of Title 18 US Code. Social Security Administration is using the force of its authority over payment of Monthly Retirement Benefit to legally coerce the Senior Alien to perform labor against his will while he still lives in the US. The Decision not to pay the Monthly Benefit creates a “Climate of Fear” and the applicant is told that he has no legal right to his property or earnings from laboring in the US. If this Decision is upheld, the Senior Alien will be forced to live in condition named Slavery for the Government Agency has the power to withhold the Senior Alien’s property or financial assets invested in the Social Security Public Trust Fund. In other words, the Notice of Award communicates a Decision causing demise of the Emancipation Proclamation that abolished Slavery in the US.