WE SHOULD ALL MAKE THE PLEDGE

IT ALL BEGINS AT THE THOUSAND ISLAND CITY OF KINGSTON ONTARIO:

A RIDE FOR FREEDOM BY NORTH AMERICAN PATRIOTS:

In a few days . . . June 5, 2015 – Christian and Jewish Motorcyclists from Canada and the United States of America will meet yet again as we do every year, to make a SOLEMN PLEDGE of NEVER AGAIN to a Second Holocaust.

BUT THIS YEAR . . . will make an additional Pledge to Stand on Guard in defense of our North American FREEDOMS, which we see being eroded on a daily basis by governments, bureaucrats and the judiciary.

IT SEEMS TO US – CONSERVATIVES ALL . . . that the people we elect and appoint to protect our FREEDOMS, have in many cases become the source of the erosion of those FREEDOMS . . . AND THIS SHOULD NOT STAND.

IT ALL BEGINS AT THE THOUSAND ISLAND CITY OF KINGSTON ONTARIO:

We will begin the Pledge Ride in Kingston Ontario Canada, on Friday evening (June 5th), where the Jewish Sabbath will be celebrated with Hebrew Prayers over Sabbath Candles, Sabbath Wine, and the Sabbath Bread (Challah), to be shared by all the Pledge Riders . . . culminating with a Christian Prayer for our countries’ FREEDOMS and safety of our RIDERS, delivered by M-25 LeaderPastor Gary Burd from Amarillo Texas.

From the Sabbath Ceremony, we will join together for a Banquet to celebrate the beginning of the RIDE, our Jewish/Christian Camaraderie, and the ROAD that lies ahead of us.

ON SATURDAY – we will rally . . . with the Heroes Highway Ride at Old Fort Henry, from where we will head for CFB (Canadian Forces Base) Trenton, located halfway between Kingston and Toronto, where we will pay our respects to Canada’s Fallen Heroes of the Afghanistan War, by following the route taken (Highway of Heroes) when our FALLEN Heroes are brought to Toronto for their final journey home.

ON SUNDAY – The Pledge Ride will head from Kingston to Ottawa, Canada’s Capital, where we will meet with the National Memorial Riders, and convoy with them to Canada’s National Military Cemetery, where several Pledge Riders will be honored with the invitation to Lay Wreaths on behalf of our fallen troops, with THREE American Veterans (Pledge Riders), who will lay wreaths on behalf of all Americans who have served in the defense of FREEDOM.

The end of the Pledge Ride Portion of this Memorial, will include a Prayer by M-25 Pastor Gary Burd, giving thanks for our FREEDOMS to the men and women who had made our FREEDOMS possible.

THE BIG BANQUET BEFORE THE PRAYER:

From the National Memorial Ride, we will head for a Mountain Resort in the Province of Quebec (Auberge Des Gallant), where we will all enjoy a second banquet and spend the night.

THE REASON FOR THE RIDE:

ON MONDAY – We will ride for Montreal, where we will explore the City (Beaver Lake (atop Mount Royal), the Old Port, Old Montreal) and at around 5:00 o’clock, we will visit the Montreal Holocaust Museum, where we will take our PLEDGE OF NEVER AGAIN . . . delivered by Holocaust Child Survivor and Pledge RiderAndy Reti.

At the expiration of the PLEDGE, all the RIDERS will mount-up and head to a local Famous Montreal Smoked Meat Restaurant (Dunn’s), for a TOTALLY UNIQUE smoked meat extravaganza.

AND WITH THAT . . . The annual Pledge Ride will be finished until next year.

NEVER AGAIN means a great deal to all of us. And standing up for our FREEDOMS is the best way to guarantee NEVER AGAIN.

And to those who chipped in to help fund this year’s Pledge Ride – THANK YOU.

Best Regards . . . Howard Galganov

14 Comments

  • all the above have to go starting with the worst President in my life time…as far as the rest of them evil is all I can says
    ALL OF THEM………THEY ARE THE RACIST!!!!!!!!!!

    Carol Taylor, Hamilton, Ontario
  • HAVE A GOOD TRIP!

    Shirley Friedman, West Hills, CA USA
  • Have a good time. Hope the weather is on your side.

    Tammy A. Hart, Newington, Ontario
  • Is the Pledge Ride open to supporters?
    If so I will see you in Montreal.
    Nick Zaferis

    Nick Zaferis GDC1, Montreal, QC
  • When will handguns among law-abiding civilians be permitted in Canada? How about concealed-carry in Canada? Open carry on Canada? When American citizens can lawfully come into Canada with his or her lawfully-owned self-defense weapon we will visit and spend our money. Until then, “Never Again!”

    Bob Heinritz, Highland, Illinois, U.S.A.
  • Howard… Hope you and the other riders have a safe journey around! Wish I were in Kingston when you are all there!

    God bless… and I, too, pray… NEVER AGAIN!

    Paula

    Paula Rudner, Oshawa, ON
  • May God be with all of you and keep you from harm of any kind.
    My great-grandfather and members of his family landed in old Ontario back in the 1800s and some still live in many parts of Canada. I do not have the evidence of this as the cousin who told me this did not share it with me.

    Charles Matheson, Sr, Elgin, Texas
  • Amen to your comments and quest Howard. Wishing you all safety, good weather, & also camaraderie to the cause! Suggesting to all riders a someday ride on the Chief Joseph hwy. from Red Lodge, Mt. to Cody, Wyo. or vise versa. You’ll never forget it bikers!!!

    WP Will Elliott, Polson, Montana, United States
  • As a young Italian boy in the Bronx in the 50’s, I learned what “Never Again’ meant! I listened to the stories of those who survived the nazi death camps. To all you guys who are riding, keep the rubber side down. May God grant all of you His traveling Grace. So sad that most today don’t have a clue or don’t want to know. Ignorance is NOT Bliss! NEVER AGAIN should be embedded in all our hearts. Sadly that isn’t the way it is. Shalom Howard, Shalom. Ride safe Ride true. Thank You

    Frank Canzone, Franklin, North Carolina, United States
  • Mr. Frank Canzone, More meaningful and eloquently written wishes I have never read. May your words and sentiments always resonate with all.

    Joe Eliott, Montreal, QC
  • My prayers are with you. We need to recognize the people who truly by the “Grace of God”, keep Canada and the United States of America free as well as those who have given their lives to keep freedom on the front “battle line.” God will keep us free, but only if we give Him the praise for our victories. . .

    David L. Rice, Nebraska
  • God be with all of you as you ride & esp.. The Pledge of ‘Never Again’. You are so appreciated.
    Mary Curren, Port Angeles, WA

    Mary Curren, Aberdeen, Washington, USA
  • Wish I had, and could ride a Motor Bike, I would be so pleased and happy to ride with you. However, it is not to be so I’ll be content riding with you in my thoughts for you and all your companions.

    Ken Davies, Long Sault, Ontario

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