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Post by craborg »

My name is Christopher Henry Raborg, owner of CHRISTOPHER HENRY RABORG[TRUST].

I am the eldest (68 years old) Patriarch of Sons of the American Revolution of the Raborg family. The first Christopher Henry Raborg arrived as an immigrant from the town of Rehburg-Loccum, Germany and landed in Philadelphia in 1754. There are original historical records indicating that Christopher Henry Raborg was a co-conspirator and helped to finance the American Revolution. I was born in New York City on January 19, 1950. In, my name appears around 19,000 times in Maryland. I am uncertain under which colony I should consider as my state. It is either New York or Maryland. If I could, I would select both but I am not certain if that is correct. Although born in New York, my first choice would be Maryland, given my family history. I grew up in Brazil.
By: Raborg, Christopher Henry
Attorney-in-fact, Authorized Representative

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Post by Destry »

Greetings Christopher~

Attorney in fact? If per chance you are a B.A.R. card holder then being a sworn British Citizen you cannot participate here as the assemblies are for Americans only. Regardless if born here or not. Though you do have the option to revoke the B.A.R. contract and oath.

Otherwise if you are not a B.A.R. card holder then welcome to the Maryland assembly.
“First, let no one rule your mind or body. Take special care that your thoughts remain unfettered... . Give men your ear, but not your heart. Show respect for those in power, but don't follow them blindly. Judge with logic and reason, but comment not. Consider none your superior whatever their rank or station in life. Treat all fairly, or they will seek revenge. Be careful with your money. Hold fast to your beliefs and others will listen.”
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