Liberty-loving writer and publisher of the respected Trends Journal, Gerald Celente is fed-up with New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s attacks on civil liberties, and he’s engaging in high-profile action, doing what many Americans are ready to do.
Mr. Celente has organized a massive public rally at “The Four Corners of Freedom”, the intersection of Crown Street and John Street, Kingston, NY – the location of the oldest standing private colonial buildings in the nation – for Saturday morning, July 4.
The rally is called “Unite for Peace and Restore Freedom”, and will also feature Fox and Reason Magazine commentator Judge Andrew Napolitano, whose consistent and powerful opposition to the multiple, state-after-state COVID “lockdown” infringements of the Bill of Rights has pitted him against most of the orthodox political class in the US. After serving as a New Jersey Superior Court Judge from 1987 to 1995, Napolitano set about sounding alarms, as he witnessed the continual erosion of economic liberty and the constitutional barriers to federal, state, and local government tyranny.
But both Napolitano and Celente do much more than sound alarms. They learn and teach and persuade –facets of political activism that have been lost on the stayed and tired party establishments who repeatedly work to get people fired up, but do so on superficial levels, never working to reaffirm principles, or express timeless information that people can use and spread themselves.
These are men who understand that without comprehension, without knowledge, anger is useless. Revolution requires personal growth and investigation, learning, and the attainment of wisdom.
These are things they promote as they step forward to rally liberty-lovers and reconnect to American history.
Celente has put his money where his mouth is, as the saying goes, investing in the Four Corners area to restore it to its pre-Revolution glory, the way it looked before British tyrants tried to burn the area to the ground. In a 2013 interview with Ulster Magazine, he explained his efforts to restore the historic landmarks:
When you look at the postcard book the Friends of Historic Kingston just came out with and see what was once in Kingston that is now gone, you have to ask, 'Why can't we have that again? Bring it back to the highest quality?'... I'm doing my part for the renaissance.
And Napolitano’s appearance continues his decades-long work to promote freedom and the principles of free markets.
In a recent appearance on FoxNews, Judge Napolitano called for New York State, and the US, to reopen:
It's time for all of us to come back to our normal society with concerns for the spread of the contagion. We can live with social distancing and operate our businesses and go to restaurants and go to work and ride mass transit and liven up those streets again.
It’s a pleasure to see that in this day of rioting by BLM Marxists, REAL rebels will gather to focus on REAL freedom: individual liberty, and the memory of those who battled for it throughout history, on the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.