The United States of America…….the nation which is best described as the world Freedom Defender. The most powerful nation….. not only by its Armed-Forces, but very audibly also, by its culture……..by its history……..by its vision ……, influenced by Greco-Roman philosophers–by its political values.
With the fifty vivid stars sparkling in the blue sky……the American flag stands forever the unparalleled symbol of Freedom and Liberty……the portrayal of a prosperous Nation in God’s Trust.
(Excerpt from ‘The American Era and the World– the American Exceptionalism’ by Catherine Stella Schmidt)
Red: valor and bravery
White: purity and innocence
Blue: vigilance, perseverance, and justice
“When the crowd is going one way, it can be hard to be the only one going in the other direction. In America, we don’t celebrate the mob. We celebrate the person who has the Courage & Conviction to Stand up to the mob. Have the Courage to Stand up to the mob.Be a leader.”
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The memorial service for 15th Anniversary of September 11 held by the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY). September 10, 2016 © FDNY
Proclaimed by President Obama from September 9 to September 11 — the days of Remembrance and Prayers for September 11, 2001.
“On September 11, 2001, a group of small and hateful minds conspired to threaten the very fiber of our country, seeking to break the American spirit and destroy our way of life. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, Americans were struck with grief as devastation and senseless loss of innocent human life unfolded. In the empty shadow of the World Trade Center, the remains of the Pentagon, and a charred Pennsylvania field where courageous passengers saved countless lives, what emerged from the ashes of that day was not defeat — it was the heroism, compassion, and unity of the American people, which no act of terror or hate could ever take away. On September 11, we recall the true spirit of our Nation following these heinous attacks, and we resolve to enshrine the enduring compassion and love of our people forever in the heart of America.” Presidential Proclamation National Days of Prayer and Remembrance, 2016 © The White House
Presidential Proclamation National Days of Prayer and Remembrance, 2016
November 11 The Veterans Day in the United States
In the honor of our Freedom Defenders
A U.S. Army Soldier from the Special Forces.
November 2014©U.S. Army/Sgt. Ken Scar
In remembrance of the great sacrifices that the U.S Armed-Forces has made thorough out of the history from the First World War until recently in Kosovo and Afghanistan, every year in the United States, November 11 is the Commemoration Day for honouring the Veterans.
U.S. Federal Holidays 2017
January 2: New Year’s Day
January 16: Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
February 20: Washington’s Birthday
May 29: Memorial Day
July 4: Independence Day
September 4: Labor Day
October 9: Columbus Day
November 10: Veterans Day
November 23: Thanksgiving Day
December 25: Christmas Day
The Monumental Historical Books and writing about the United States of America
America Honors the Memory of General Lafayette ©U.S Embassy Paris
Charles Alexis Henri Maurice Clérel de Tocqueville, a great Politician, Historian of France, the Author of: Democracy in America
Recommended book on US Foreign Policy: The World America made by Robert Kagan
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