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UPDATED:Remember the ALAMO! Patriots Took to the Streets in Protest Saturday (Video)

Featured Image: The Alamo in downtown San Antonio Texas. CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw. Permission to use by anyone if a link back to this page is used if on internet.

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Pro Second Amendment Texas Gun Rally At The Alamo Draws Over A Thousand People

Published on Oct 19, 2013

October 19, 2013 Al Jazeera News


From Intellihub Staff Writer | October 19, 2013 | 4:13pm EST

Hundreds of patriots, including Alex Jones, took to the streets Saturday, in protest of all illegitimate activity in America.

SAN ANTONIO (INTELLIHUB) – If the people who died at the Battle of the Alamo in 1836 could see this now they would be proud as good patriots took to the streets in protest Saturday. Protestors for liberty turned out in groves and a stage was also set-up for speakers as the crowed eagerly awaited the much-needed message.

After awhile the king of the alternative media and fellow freedom lover Alex Jones took the stage saying, ”Whether it was King George 235-years ago who wanted to disarm slaves or whether it was Santa Anna 177-years ago or whether it was Adolph Hitler or Mao Zedong, these scum-bags are all the same!” Jones continued on ranting with passion, “They are bullies that think we are going to lay down to them and lick their boots! I can assure that if William Barret Travis was here or others that died at this sacred shrine here, that they would give us one hell of a rebel yell!” The crowd followed with major cheers and applause.

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Image:Texas Flag—Come and Take It. This flag was raised by Texas settlers at the Battle of Gonzales in October 1835 after Mexico attempted to retrieve a cannon which had been granted to the town of Gonzales for protection against raids by native tribes. CREDIT:  DevinCook  SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (Public Domain)

Jones also pointed out during the speech how they [the globalists] are here to disarm us, mentioning how there “is a fight worldwide to take our guns”. Jones was also open-carrying a rifle as he was granted privilege per the U.S. Constitution and local Texas law. . . . Read Complete Report

From youtube uploaded by Project: Liberty Defined on Oct 19, 2013

Reclaim America: Alex Jones Alamo Speech!!!

Treasure at the Alamo (Video Report)

Featured Image: The entrance to the Alamo in San Antonio Texas.  This site is a mecca for all Texans. CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw (may be used by anyone as long as included with a link back to this page).

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Published on Aug 17, 2013

Is there a hidden treasure somewhere inside the 300-year-old Alamo?

From Unsolved Mysteries

Treasure hunters dig for gold and silver supposedly buried under the Alamo.

1211Image: Old well located on the grounds of the Alamo.  CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw. Feel free to use with link back to THEI.


“Remember the Alamo!” The famous battle cry was immortalized in history. But for some, the full story of the Alamo has yet to be told. Legend has it that in the shadow of the Alamo’s old mission, a treasure remains buried, a secret which dates back to 1836, the year of the famous battle. That January, a group of rugged frontiersmen made their way across southern Texas. By some accounts, they were loaded down with a fortune in silver and gold. It was called the “San Saba Treasure,” and it’s said to be worth millions of dollars.

The men, led by Colonel Jim Bowie, were headed for the Alamo. The treasure was intended to finance the Texas revolution for independence from Mexico. Two months later, Bowie and 188 other men, including Davy Crockett, made a courageous stand at the Alamo against 6,000 well-trained Mexican troops. Not one of the defenders survived to tell the tale, but the legend of the treasure lived on. . . .  Read Complete Report

From TexFiles

The Lost San Saba Mines

Since the 1700’s, stories of abandoned or lost Spanish mines and buried treasure in San Saba and adjacent counties have fired the imaginations of thousands of treasure seekers. The following items, from the San Saba News, convey well the excitement these stories generated around the turn of the century .

San Saba Mines. June 24, 1887.

Mr. A. Fitzgerald, a capitalist of Mexico, who has experience as a miner, has purchased of Mr. Rufe Hoover of Hoover’s Valley, 640 acres of land for which he paid $10,000. He says the signs of gold and silver are very promising. A specimen of the silver ore may be seen at his office.

In personal interview with Mr. Fitzgerald, he informs us that he has 45 years experience as a miner, and he believes his purchase will realize millions of dollars. That the specimens indicate rich gold and silver both; that the veins being fissure veins are inexhaustible. He thinks, are at least two miles long. The purchased land is mountainous, and about 14 miles southwest of Burnet. Mr. Fitzgerald has a partner whose interest is one fourth. He will return next week with an eminent French chemist, and will begin operations soon thereafter as possible.. . . Read Complete Report