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Tuesday, April 7, 2015:
Money rules the World, not the Wealthy! They think they do, but money actually rules them. Their every act is based on money and wealth. They are always frightened of losing it. That is what this story is about. A story of how greed has changed the world. Who is patriotic and who isn’t? Who are the traitors in this country?

We all claim to be patriotic, but don’t vote. I was one of those for a while (I vote now). I thought, and still do, that the ballots were all fixed, and we really didn’t have choice. I attributed that fact from the time of the industrial revolution. When the Federal Reserve was formed, it was formed to protect the wealthy from the public. What do I mean by that?

In France there was a revolution that lasted from 1789 to 1799. It was an influential period of social and political upheaval. This revolution was inspired by what is labeled “Liberal and Radical” ideas (Looking out for the people opposed to looking out for the wealthy.) Historians widely regard this revolution as one of the most important events in human history. Former King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette were executed (beheaded) in 1793.

The Industrial revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from about 1760 to 1820 and 1840. The Federal Reserve System, the central banking system, of the United States was created December 23, 1913. Many became very wealthy during that time. They wanted to remain wealthy, without the fear of a revolution and/or losing their heads. These industrialists secretly met to work out a way to stay in control of their wealth and the country, while making the common people unaware of their wealth and control.

At that time there were many strikes all over this country for better wages. The Industrial and mining companies liked the high profit, and used their financial power to force our government to intervene, using our own military troops. We were fighting our own people, because they wanted a fair wage. Many were killed, but this is never mentioned in the history of our country, as is the manipulations and broken treaties of the Native Americans. We are a proud country.

They met secretly on an island off the state of Georgia where they formed the Federal Reserve. That was the start of their control. Since then they have devised ways and means to distract the common public by creating situations that appeal to the common people. Like hating the illegals, deriding the president, things that take their minds off of the actual government rip offs that are happening every day. War is a good example.

So, who are the traitors? Here is a small list of those who should be labeled traitors and unpatriotic.

  1. Anyone who defames the president because of his race or color.
  2. Anyone who threatens the life of the President and his family if he doesn’t go their way.
  3. Any US corporations that have factories overseas. (One of the many reasons those people overseas have hatred for us. They also corrupt the government officials in those countries.)
  4. Anyone who works for those corporations. (They are contributing to taking badly needed employment in our own country, and using other countries at lower prices for higher profits.)
  5. Anyone who doesn’t vote. (It doesn’t matter whether they are fixed or not, your vote counts.)
  6. Anyone who profiteers from wars. (During the Second World War, profiteering was illegal. What happened to that law?) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_profiteering

These are just a few, I am sure you can think of more. That is, unless it reflects on you. If it does, you ought to take a good look at yourself before judging others.

Monday, April 6, 2015:
I just sent the following comment to the people who are asking you if you want to impeach our President Obama:

When the Bush family did so much damage to this country, including the equally bad examples of financial misconduct in the Savings and loan scandal. See for yourself what is found in the activities of the bush family. In some cases family members helped skim savings and loan funds which were delivered to outsiders as a part of deals involving lucrative payoffs to bank directors. In other cases, members of the bush family intervened to influence decisions involving highly speculative and unsound investments involving loans that would not be repaid if the venture was not profitable.

And finally, the Bush family’s political connection served to protect those guilty of misconduct in the Savings and Loan scandal, including jeb bush. Plus, all of the young people they killed, in order to protect their oil interests overseas. Also, let us not forget, the grandpa bush, who helped Adolph Hitler while he was gaining power. How can you condemn our president Obama, and then ignore these evil, flagrant criminals acts perpetrated by the bush family? If you vote for another bush, you are a traitor and as unpatriotic as they are.



I received this email today(June 19, 2011) with the photos encluded: (This April 6, 2015 - and still, nothing is being done about it! It is time to stand tall and stop this greed.)

It is saying something I have been stating for many years, nobody listened. I am glad it is finally being accepted as fact. We do hide our heads in the sand - and/or accept everything we are programmed to hear without question. This is a nation of sheep. Maybe we are finally awakening to the truth. .

The email:
Anthony Weiner is going to get a wonderful retirement. There is something wrong here.

God Bless our Troops.
Subject: This IS IMPORTANT: Unexplainable, Inexcusable!!

I challenge you to read this and NOT have the will to pass it on to your 20…

No one has been able to explain to me why young men and women serve in the U.S. Military for 20 years, risking their lives protecting freedom, and only get 50% of their pay. While Politicians hold their political positions in the safe confines of the capital, protected by these same men and women, and receive full pay retirement after serving one term. It just does not make any sense.

Monday on Fox news they learned that the staffers of Congress family members are exempt from having to pay back student loans. This will get national attention if other news networks will broadcast it. When you add this to the below, just where will all of it stop?

35 States file lawsuit against the Federal Government

Governors of 35 states have filed suit against the Federal Government for imposing unlawful burdens upon them. It only takes 38 (of the 50) States to convene a Constitutional Convention.

This will take less than thirty seconds to read. If you agree, please pass it on.

This is an idea that we should address.

For too long we have been too complacent about the workings of Congress. Many citizens had no idea that members of Congress could retire with the same pay after only one term, that they specifically exempted themselves from many of the laws they have passed (such as being exempt from any fear of prosecution for sexual harassment) while ordinary citizens must live under those laws. The latest is to exempt themselves from the Healthcare Reform... in all of its forms. Somehow, that doesn't seem logical. We do not have an elite that is above the law. I truly don't care if they are Democrat, Republican, Independent or whatever. The self-serving must stop.

If each person that receives this will forward it on to 20 people, in three days, most people in The United States of America will have the message.. This is one proposal that really should be passed around.

Proposed 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution: "Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States ."

You are one of my 20+
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I See
by Russell Copley

I see the Rand is cold and on the rocks
Like Gerrie Coetzee on the ropes in
days gone by.
Shaken but not stirred.

Fallen to its knees again,
A posture we had hoped was forgotten
on British Colonials.

But still fresh manure is cast on fresh shit,
Like unwelcome Coke in a Nigerian's Nostril,
Covering the World's beautiful and most youthful continent in an excess of
Teenage Wildlife.

But the Beer flows
and the Fear grows
Lost on silent Ears.

Sadly, the World will not be watching
Contrary to indignant woes,
And posturing Shows,
of all those already
personally invested in the Dollar and sexless Freemasons.

You are on your own Africa,
Like your new found Aids cure,
your biggest opportunity for Global Integration
Has gone South.
Are you being betrayed by your own?

Yes, some say,
It's a leveling Field
Pol Pot's forgotten Buddhism
when Leaders plan the decimation of
their own kind,
in the interests of unemployment
and political hegemony.

No, Some say,
The Fields are being embraced,
Soon the men and women will 
be able to pick up from where they left off.
Ask any self-respecting Irish or Polish,
They will serve testament to how much
Repossession can heal a century,
And it will
Because it is on the Cards
with a helping hand from China.

Maybe, Others say,
The easiest choice:
Pack for Perth and San Diego
Me, myself I, Of that mind.
But how hollow some become after that choice,
How absent in the line of Soul.

But the Beer flows
and the Fear grows
Lost on silent Ears.
So Hello Afrika, Tell me how you're Doing!


Labels and Hate
We need a human revolution!

What happened to the UNITED in the "United States of America?" United we stand, divided we fall. Don’t we all know that axiom? Yet we have split ourselves asunder. How did this happen. At one time people in the government cared. They worked for peace and equality. Now, The eyes of those people reflect dollar signs and they have labeled us according to voting choices.

The labels we have given ourselves is splitting this country into pieces. Hate is taking over. To hate is to be ignorant. Ignorance is the lack of knowledge. The right hate the left, the left hate the right, conservatist, liberals, democrats, republicans all hate each other. Listen to Rush Limbaugh sometime, if you can stand it. He has done more to split this country than any 100 men.

Frankly, I don't know what I am. I like money as much as the next man. Does that make me a conservatist? I believe in saving the environment. Does that make me a bleeding liberal? I'm registered and an independent. Does that make me a traitor? I believe women should be allowed to make their own decisions about their bodies. I don't know what that makes me. I believe war is stupid and can be avoided. I can't stand to see young boys and girls slaughtered. And I believe when it says "Thou shalt not kill" that it means everybody. I really don't want to be labeled. I want to work with everyone. I don't feel like hating anyone. I never did and don't want to start now. I am lost. 

Maybe I could start by hating the weather. Too damn hot, too friggin' cold. Or maybe I could hate cats, or hate dogs. That could be a starter. Then maybe in time I could learn to hate human beings. Then maybe I could get a label. Is the label that important? I like people, I don't want to hate them. I don't need a label.

Placing labels on people makes it easier to kill them. One of the headlines In The San Diego Union Tribune the other day read "Mexican Soldiers Kill 11 Rebels". What if the headline read "Humans in soldier uniforms killed 11 humans in rebel uniforms" Either way you put it, 11 human beings were killed by other human beings.

Life is our most precious gift, to take life away from any one individual is a crime against all mankind. At one time these "rebels" were born, had parents, were children and then became adults who wanted something better for their people, and they were willing to put their lives on the line for their belief. There was something wrong with the way they were being treated and they wanted to change it. I am not making judgments, but isn't that they way our forefathers felt when they rebelled against their English government.

Rebels cause revolutions, revolutions cause change (good and bad). If the governments listened to the people and served the people instead of being so self-serving, would there be rebels? There may be criminals (another label) but no rebels.

Labels make it easy to hate, mistreat, rip off, and kill.. When we see each other as human beings instead of labels we will be starting the biggest revolution in the world; human revolution. If we conquer hate, we will be the most victorious rebels in the world. Stop hate and there will be peace. Human beings will be victorious.

Hate is taught, we don't come into this world with hate. To teach hate is the most criminal of all acts against mankind. Teach compassion and soon there will be no reason to hate. So simple, yet so hard. It starts with you. Can you wear it?

Sam Younghans - August 21, 2004


Back to "messages to the president"

The Prisoner by Emily Brontė

He comes with Western win winds,
 with evening’s wondering airs,
With that clear dusk of heaven that brings the thickest stars.
Winds take a pensive tone, and stars a tender fire,
And visions rise, and change, that kill me with desire.

But, first, a hush of peace – a soundless calm descends;
The struggle of distress, and fierce impatience ends;
Mute music soothes my breast – unuttered harmony,
That I could never dream, till earth was lost to me.

Then dawns the invisible; the Unseen its truths reveals;
My outward sense is gone, my inward essence feels;
Its wings are almost free – it’s home, its harbor found,
Measuring the Gulf, it swoops and dares the final bound.

Oh! dreadful is the check – intense the agony –
When the ear begins to hear, and the eye begins to see;
When the pulse begins to throb, the brain to think again;
The soul to feel the flesh, and the flesh to feel the chain.


To kill is to murder 
A person who orders someone killed is as guilty as the killer.
When does a soul enter the body?
Questions for politicians
Yes or no questions based on morals.
Are these definitions true or false?
Is there right and wrong?
Define right.
Define wrong.
Are there gray areas for right and wrong?
Is one act right for one person and wrong for another?
Define morally right.
Define morally wrong.
Is a morally wrong act, right in any other context?
Is a morally wrong act, done in the name of business, right?


From Show Biz by Abel Green and Joe Laurie, Jr.- Page 524.- "Co-producer Joshua Logan, himself an ex-GI, waxed plenty sore at General Thomas T. Handy who banned Mister Roberts - which had "soothed" President Truman - from his European command. General Handy's wife thought Roberts "too rough" for our German Occupation Army GIs!

This is what the 4th of July means to me: Sunday_03_27_1939

It is Sunday 03/27/2011 and I have been listening to “KJAZ with, Chuck Cecil, playing songs from this day in 1939. My mind took me back to those days. I was eight years old at that time, living in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. I was in the fourth grade at the Third Ward School on Victoria and Walnut. I939 was the year we saw Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” and in September, Hitler attacked Poland. I have photos of the sky that day taken by my Dad. It was a scary red sky and while he was shooting the sky, a newsboy came down our street shouting, “EXTRA! EXTRA! Hitler attacked Poland.”
There were many who felt the oncoming disaster that was approaching the world. Hitler had already been building his war machine. Many people supported him and many were in denial. No one in our country wanted another war. I don’t believe that even the businessmen of that day, who stood to profit from it, wanted war.
There was a little market, on the way to school, that sold flat squares of bubblegum with baseball cards and war cards inside the package. We bought both and then traded them. The war cards were mostly of Japan’s invasion of China. They weren’t nice photos. There were photos of large groups of Chinese, being machine gunned as they huddled next to each other. Little did we know - we were next.
My mind traveled to a Sunday when I walked downtown with a small group of friends to see Bud Abbot and Lou Costello in “Buck Privates”. It was getting dark when my Dad picked us up at the theater. On the way home, he told us about Pearl Harbor. I remember arriving home; going immediately to the basement, and setting up for target practice with my BB-gun. I knew I would be going sooner or later.
These were some of my thoughts as a lay there listening to Chuck Cecil talk about those times and playing that old familiar music. I then thought of how happy I was to be still alive and actually in a musical, playing “Gus , The Theater Cat” for the Ukiah Civic Light Opera’s production of “Cats”. With that good feeling flowing through my body, I remembered all of the people who were slaughtered by the wars. I thought of all of our troops that died or were maimed. Then I thought of the ones who are still being slaughtered for the greed and power of a few – and I cried. Large tears fell down my cheeks; I did not try to sop them, I cried for all mankind and the terrible state we have allowed ourselves to reach through fear, hate, ignorance and greed.
I believe in “us.” We can change all of this for the better, by starting with ourselves, and working outward. We know that trees, plants and animals vibrate and respond to vibrations; and that one tuning fork will resonate to another if they are set to the same frequencies. People also vibrate and need to resonate with each other. So, whether they receive good or bad vibrations, they act accordingly. Why not send good vibrations out into the universe and make this a better world for all? Nameste, Nam Myoho Renge Kyo, God Bless, Adios, Shalom, Salute, Auf Weidersehen, Au Revoir, Senebeti, Avedeci, Salaam, Khairete, Aloha, etc.