April 2014 Newsletter

Turned Into APRIL FOOL’S?!

It’s April already and I only have 5 more weeks of school before graduation.

School graduation celebration

With that said, I am very busy with two term papers and I will soon be studying for two final exams.

This month I want to show you how we all have been turned into APRIL FOOL’S and how we can reverse that curse. Please thoroughly review the videos below and then do your own research.

Fluoride and The Pineal Gland

http://bit.ly/1jUQKY8

The Sad Truth to Why Most People May Not Wake Up

http://bit.ly/1jUQWXy

Shocking ’60 Minutes’ Report Will Shake Wall Street To Its Core!  | Economics and Politics

http://bit.ly/1hTRa0p

The bottom line is that we are being chemically dumbed down and most of us are not paying attention because we have been dumbed down! Also, we are being raped and robbed by the elite robber barons!

I do not buy stock. I do not invest in IRA’s 401K’s and Mutual Funds. For many years now I have avoided drinking tap water. I don’t drink it nor do I shower with it. I have a Kangen Water machine and it suites me very well. In addition, I have shower filters because our skin is our largest organ. Also, I use Tom’s fluoride-free toothpaste, I use deodorant and not antiperspirant due to the Aluminum Zirconium, and I juice and try to eat as healthy as possible.

Choice between good health or bad health habitsYou can pay up front or you can pay later with high medical bills and early death. You decide.

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Let me know your thoughts about how we can educate people about the fact that they are being purposely dumbed down.

 

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March 2014 Newsletter

And Why Are We Giving Money To Foreign Countries?

I meant to write about this a while ago but now it is front and center in the news, again.

US prepares $1B aid package for troubled Ukraine
http://yhoo.it/1cBzWVa

Since WWII the United States has led the developed world disbursements of foreign aid almost every year.

However, my research on the Constitution, (the law of our land for those that didn’t know) shows that we are not supposed to give money to other countries.

[Article I, Section 9, Clause 7 says that "no money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law."] But that clause says that money can only be appropriated by law. It does not confer upon Congress any additional mandate to spend that they would not have without it.

Borrowing from Bill Lockwood of Patriots4Liberty: “Billions of dollars are squandered annually in overseas projects by one interventionist administration after another.” Then he asks, “Just which constitutional provision allows the Congress or Executive Office of the United States to send money to foreign nations?”

In 2012 the U.S. sent 37.7 BILLION dollars overseas for foreign aid! The reasons given for disbursing all of this foreign aid range from “peace and security” to “governing justly and democratically.”

But just who decided what countries get our money and why?

Some of these countries are in need if you consider famine and genocide “need”. Yet many of the countries don’t need our money because they are rich with natural resources. They just need people to help teach them how to tap into their own well.

 

2012 U.S. Foreign Aid Statistics

Source: http://bit.ly/Ooonpa

As you can see, the top 5 recipients of your hard earned resources are Israel, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Egypt. Special arrangements that benefit these and other countries, combined with aid paid out to them cost Americans nearly $8.5 million each day and thousands of jobs.

So the question is this: Why is this happening? Don’t we need our own resources here? With the unemployment rate and lack of proper infrastructure I think we need to rethink our generosity to foreign lands.

Leave Your Comments BelowThe 2012 outlay alone would have put a large dent in the housing crisis and kept a lot of people in their homes! I think CHARITY starts at home.

Tell me what you think! Post your comment below for us to discuss.

 

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February 2014 Newsletter

February is the shortest month of the year and is known primarily as a month for expressing love. However, there hasn’t been much love expressed in the United States and the world over for a long time.

Man’s inhumanity to man ranges from road rage to outright murder, and the incidences are escalating. There are racial tensions, strong political disagreements and an overall hateful attitude towards people of faith.

Crowd Control

Some blame the horrible disposition of the people on movie and television violence, some say it’s the economy and some say it’s just the sinful nature of man. Whatever the reason for the downward trend I believe that we can overcome it.

We should shine as examples of love. Although the economy is bad and our government does not have our best interest at heart (as shown by the ineptitude displayed in the Atlanta Storm of 2014) we of all people know how to rise up and overcome anything.

The people that I’ve met in the “freedom movement” are great examples of defeating the “divide and conquer” strategy that has been used against us for decades. I have noticed that the people who understand where this country came from and where it is headed concentrate more on the issues and solutions than blaming other people or people groups for the decay.

As an American of color I am very comfortable around my other brothers and sisters in the freedom movement because we have common goals. Some of them are closer to me than many in my own race. It’s about the agenda. My agenda is not to play a blame game or a race card to get my way. I know that I have rights but I also have responsibilities and I will take care of my responsibilities and live up to my family heritage.

I think people appreciate other people with integrity and a sense of common purpose no matter what their background. We all want to make life better for all that have been tricked into hating others because of their race, religion or political affiliation.

When I talk to people that I think are politically confused I don’t argue with them but I endeavor to show them the FACTS and not the propaganda regarding their political decisions.

Then I move on.

I don’t get angry at them because once I was ignorant and voted democrat based on race. Then I was ignorant and voted republican based on economics. Now, although I don’t vote, I don’t judge based on what people say they are but what I actually see. This causes me to be level headed and not get in a rage over what people naturally do.

Just like a snake is naturally prone to bite an ignorant person is prone to argue based on emotions and not facts, so I leave them alone.

Working TogetherLet’s all endeavor to try and defeat the enemy called divide and conquer, especially where we have so much common ground. All of us want to have a good life.

We all want the best education for our children and grandchildren, and we all want to provide for our families and keep more of what we earn.

Love conquers all and a smile and a kind word will go a long way towards decreasing the number of ghastly negative, violent stories on the evening news.

Let’s try and be positive towards others that are different from ourselves and not put people in a box just because they don’t look or act like us.

Everybody from the Middle East is not a terrorist, every black person is not on welfare, every Jewish person is not a crook, every Latino is not an illegal, every Asian is not smart and every white person is not in the militia!

Prejudices and stereotypes are dangerous and kill the spirit of love and this country. Let’s love one another this month for starters, for the sake of our country.

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