Considerations to Ponder re: 2016 Presidential Elections

Our previous article revealed some of the facts of the current state of the world in relation to war. Only 10 nations out of 207 are not involved in armed conflict! Why is this so? The answer is simple, war is profitable to some. Today, the day after a horrific attack, over 103 people in the US were casualties of these conflicts right in our own backyard in Orlando. Our hearts are focused on them today. We cannot imagine their pain and loss. This was the 14th such incident of this nature in the US in the last 12 months, and in each case the FBI had some type of contact with the perpetrators prior to the attacks. What does that really mean?

However, we aren’t going to get into the questions of immigration,security, or gun control or any other distracting discussions here. These are diversions to keep us distracted and in a state of fear. They are designed to have us give up more of our freedoms in the name of security, and most importantly to make us feel helpless and therefore yield more power to our government, which is controlled by the very same corporate interests who profit from more war, more violence, more fear.

You don’t really choose the President, you consent to some pre-selected stooges and “burnable” proxies for those behind the scenes. They, the real controllers, always work with a “burnable” front person, often chosen because there is a skeleton, or sexual preference, or some other scandal that they can be blackmailed or destroyed politically with should they not stick the script of control.   Didn’t you ever wonder why the very worst excuses of humanity run entire corporations and countries (which are private corporations)? Will Hillary or Trump make you safer? No. Will they change anything? No.  Will they increase police and state control?  No doubt. Ironically, we all have a sense of that truth and yet we do nothing; we say nothing. Are we really that apathetic? I can assure you there are 103 families in Florida who will no longer be apathetic.

What to do for the average man?  This may sound crazy, but stop putting your energy into it.  They want your attention and energy.  They want your mind.   The TV networks are every bit as complicit as the purported terrorists (whether false flag or real), don’t watch them!   Bankrupt the TV networks by not watching them.  The Internet is cheaper and far more unbiased. Don’t participate in the one directional blood gore theater (it’s aimed at YOU).  It’s straight out of the script from the movie “Network” but getting mad as hell, like Howard Beall, is not stopping it. Deny them ad revenue from their pharmaceutical sponsors (who get rich selling antidepressants and symptom relief from a thousand different illnesses caused by stress, hopelessness and depression). See the vicious cycle for what it really is and understand the propaganda inherent in corporate media owned by 6 corporations, all owned by the banking families, who in turn control all of the major corporations.

Deprive “them” (however you define “THEM”) your energy of conflict (which they harvest one way or the other – they excel at that!!!).  Cease with the hate of some new “other” that is trotted out each week as the new being to hate of the month club, be it immigrants, Muslims, LGBT, liberals, socialists or any other myriad of “Not One of Us”.  Stop looking for Presidents, Chinese Dragons, Common Law courts, aliens, and other tools of distraction to save you!

You can do something, which is totally counter to everything you have been programmed to think! You can think for yourself. You can ask yourself what you honestly feel within your heart. You can trust yourself to know what is right and moral. YOU can transcend political and religious dogmas. We are sovereign human beings. WE KNOW WHAT IS RIGHT, all of us, without exception.  Can you imagine what could be accomplished if just a 1000 HUMANS were to do this?  10,000? 100,000?  IMAGINE 1 MILLION PEOPLE DOING THIS! Greater things that have transformed the world in the past have been accomplished by far fewer people. ONE Person wrote the Declaration of Independence. ONE Person found the cure for polio. ONE person, Gandhi, defeated the British Empire!

WE HAVE THE POWER TO END THIS NOW!  WHAT WILL WE DO?  DO SOMETHING TOTALLY WITHIN YOUR POWER.   SOMETHING YOU WERE BUILT FOR! WILL WE FINALLY REACH INSIDE THAT ESSENCE OF OURSELVES AND FEEL THE SOURCE OF OUR ESSENCE COME THROUGH AND FINALLY RECOGNIZE WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE WILL BE?

TRUTH IS NOT BLASPHEMY, BUT IT’S FREQUENTLY HERESY!  IT’S A LOVE SO DEEP FOR EVERY BEING THAT IT GAVE ITS SELF AWAY TO CREATE LIFE EVERYWHERE AND IN BETWEEN EVERY WHERE AND IN BETWEEN THE IN BETWEEN AS THE HAWAIIAN PRAYER GOES…. YOU ARE SOURCE/I AM… ALWAYS.. ALL WAYS.  YOU KNOW THAT. TIME TO FEEL IT. TIME TO BE IT.  IT’S TIME TO END THIS FARCE OF A REALITY THAT EXCEEDED IT’S SOLD BY DATE 4000 LONG YEARS AGO, THAT IS WE ARE TRULY LIVING IN A  SLAVE COMMERCE SYSTEM, AND ANY SYSTEM THAT MONETIZES HUMANS IS A SLAVE SYSTEM BY DEFINITION OF LAW.

It is time to begin the revolution in our own minds and hearts. It is time to think for ourselves without regard for what others may think. It is a time to let ourselves truly love one other and understand we are all connected in this reality called living. It is time to say NO MORE FEAR, NO MORE HATE, ENOUGH!

Just some things to ponder.

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The Illusion of a Democracy is Gone- Welcome to The Oligarchic State of America

As we watch this clown car of Republic presidential candidates play their roles in the theater of the absurd by seeing who can say the most outrageous comments, and as we watch the Democratic candidates try to appear without the influence of the cabal, and we witness a total media blackout of the only true independent candidate, it seems impossible not to come to the conclusion that the coup by the ½% in America is complete.

BUT if there are any reasonable people out there that think that is not the case, we challenge you to come forth with any logical argument to the contrary. To be specific, how do you refute these following facts.

An Associated Press analysis of fundraising reports filed with federal regulators through Friday found that nearly 60 donations of a million dollars or more accounted for about a third of the more than $380 million brought in so far for the 2016 presidential election. Donors who gave at least $100,000 account for about half of all donations so far to candidates’ presidential committees and the super PACs that support them.

The review covered contributions to outside groups that can accept checks of any size, known as super PACs, and to the formal campaigns, which are limited to accepting no more than $2,700 per donor. The tally includes donations from individuals, corporations and other organizations reflected in data filed with the Federal Election Commission as of Friday, the deadline for super PACs to report for the first six months of the year.

That concentration of money from a small group of wealthy donors build on a trend that began in 2012, the first presidential contest after a series of court rulings and regulatory steps that created the super PAC. They can openly support candidates but may not directly coordinate their actions with their campaigns.

  • “Now [the United States is] just an oligarchy, with unlimited political bribery being the essence of getting the nominations for president or to elect the president. And the same thing applies to governors and U.S. senators and congress members. … So now we’ve just seen a complete subversion of our political system as a payoff to major contributors …” — Jimmy Carter, former president, in 2015.
  • “You have to go where the money is. Now where the money is, there’s almost always implicitly some string attached. … It’s awful hard to take a whole lot of money from a group you know has a particular position then you conclude they’re wrong [and] vote no.” — Vice President Joe Bidenin 2015.
  • “Lobbyists and career politicians today make up what I call the Washington Cartel. … [They] on a daily basis are conspiring against the American people. … [C]areer politicians’ ears and wallets are open to the highest bidder.” — Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in 2015.
  • “When you start to connect the actual access to money, and the access involves law enforcement officials, you have clearly crossed a line. What is going on is shocking, terrible.” – James E. Tierney, former attorney general of Maine, in 2014.
  • “Allowing people and corporate interest groups and others to spend an unlimited amount of unidentified money has enabled certain individuals to swing any and all elections, whether they are congressional, federal, local, state … Unfortunately and rarely are these people having goals which are in line with those of the general public. History well shows that there is a very selfish game that’s going on and that our government has largely been put up for sale.” – John Dingell, 29-term Democratic congressman from Michigan, in 2014 just before he retired.
  • “When some think tank comes up with the legislation and tells you not to fool with it, why are you even a legislator anymore? You just sit there and take votes and you’re kind of a feudal serf for folks with a lot of money.” — Dale Schultz, 32-year Republican state legislator in Wisconsin and former state Senate Majority Leader, in 2013 before retiring rather than face a primary challenger backed by Americans for Prosperity.
  • “The alliance of money and the interests that it represents, the access that it affords to those who have it at the expense of those who don’t, the agenda that it changes or sets by virtue of its power is steadily silencing the voice of the vast majority of Americans … The truth requires that we call the corrosion of money in politics what it is – it is a form of corruption and it muzzles more Americans than it empowers, and it is an imbalance that the world has taught us can only sow the seeds of unrest.”Secretary of State John Kerry, in 2013 farewell speech to the Senate.
  • “I think it is because of the corrupt paradigm that has become Washington, D.C., whereby votes continually are bought rather than representatives voting the will of their constituents. … That’s the voice that’s been missing at the table in Washington, D.C. — the people’s voice has been missing.” — Michele Bachmann, four-term Republican congresswoman from Minnesota and founder of the House Tea Party Caucus, in 2011.
  • “The banks — hard to believe in a time when we’re facing a banking crisis that many of the banks created — are still the most powerful lobby on Capitol Hill. And they frankly own the place.” – Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., in 2009.

These statements coming from politicians and government officials as diverse in ideology as Michelle Bachmann and Jimmy Carter should be the wake-up call for us all. Any hope of representative government has officially ended. Any hope to achieve a fair shot of opportunity outside of the cabal is a pipe dream. Any future for 99.5% of our children simply does not exist.

The truth of this election cycle is the “in your face America” manner that the process is unfolding. The ballot box IS the place where we have equal power. Think for yourself, ignore the spin, and start to participate in the process as both voters and candidates. Saying nothing and doing nothing simply is not an option. We cannot wait for someone or something to “empower” us, we must empower ourselves and we must take aggressive and specific actions, EVERY ONE OF US. This is not a conservative or liberal issue, it is an AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC issue.