My computer crashed. Here is my post on 1/23/17
On this January 23, 2017, in News Week’s final issue, finally the truth;
“Years from now, historians may regard the 2008 election of Barack Obama as an inscrutable and phenomenon, the result of a baffling breed of mass hysteria akin perhaps to the witch craze of the Middle Ages. How, they will wonder, did a man so devoid of professional accomplishment beguile so many into thinking he could manage the world’s largest economy, direct the world’s most powerful military, execute the world’s most consequential job?”
In Cosmos and Psyche, by Richard Tarnus, under “World Wars, Cold War, and September 11,” in the Saturn-Pluto cycle, in November 2008, when Saturn was square Pluto, “a pervasive quality of intense contradiction and conflict, empowerment of reactionary forces and totalitarian impulses,” there is a lot we don’t know about the universe.
I’m thinking about Go Tell it on the Mountain, by James Baldwin, the story of a Harlem teenager in the 1930s, and his relationship to family and the church. This novel focuses on the Pentecostal Church in the lives of African-Americans—as a negative source of repression and moral hypocrisy, but as well a positive source of inspiration
A lot of water has passed under the bridge, folks, but “go tell it on the mountain” that Christ our Lord is here.
That’s a strange thing for me to say. I’m not religious. But the way I see it, Jesus was not religious. He called his religious leaders moral repressors and hypocrites. They nailed Jesus to a cross. We need not listen to the clergy. Why live in guilt and beg forgiveness for our sins in the hope that God will forgive us?
As for government, in 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt became the President of the United States. His assertion that the Federal Government had the “inherent duty” to care for the starving American people, for we were in the depth of depression, had great appeal to America’s blacks, and for obvious reasons.
Roosevelt admitted that the government’s duty to the individual was not written in the Constitution. It was an expedience, as it turned out, a permanent expedience—and one that did no favor for inner city blacks. Their living conditions are deplorable. President Trump is going to change that situation. He is everyone’s President. Give him a chance.
“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry,” wrote depression day writer John Steinbeck. While the government gives inner city blacks a pittance, it gives the richest Americans a pound. President Trump says follow the money, and he ought to know. He’s one of the richest men in the world.
President Trump intends to provide good paying jobs for all Americans, including inner city blacks. He’s had a bigger than life calling. Those Democrats who have done nothing for inner-city blacks are presently doing everything they can to block President Trump from doing what he promised, and backed by the lamestream press.
In his presidential acceptance speech, our new President said he is only a messenger; the American people run the show. While still the President, Obama’s CIA let it be known that Trump was complicit with Russia’s Putin. It was a bald-faced lie. After replacing Obama, Trump went to the CIA and was greeted with wild enthusiasm. Our intelligence agencies have been headed by Obama’s political choices. In eight years,
Trump says he is going to do away President Obama’s executive orders. America’s inner city blacks are going to be the most benefitted of all. No more food stamp lines, instead, good paying jobs.
I’m predicting that we are going to end government entitlements either the hard way or, hopefully, by gradually easing our way out of government’s misplaced “inherent duty” to the individual. If we don’t quickly do Trump’s agenda, we are going to be in the worst depression the world has ever seen—and be totally dependent on those in control, those who are currently doing all they can to block Trump.
The warning signs of change are here—weird sounds coming from who knows where; an unusual number of natural disasters, an increasing number of UFOs, along with government’s lying. Oh, how we hate change. It’s always for the worst. Trump’s idea is to deregulate business and cut taxes, thus to help businesses build the economy.
There has never been a time when government has built economic growth. Government in control is socialism, the individual with zero rights—totally dependent on government for life, liberty and property—everyone equally in poverty—the individual with zero rights and personal responsibility, yes, it is “God help me through the night.”
In the 1970s, I knew a change was coming in my life, and dreading it. And like you, I didn’t know what to do about it. The fateful day came. The world placed the blame on me. I know how inner city blacks feel. But I didn’t let feelings rule me. I knew my constitutional rights. In the Fifth Amendment, the amendment that allows the accused to be silent, it also permits “due process of law.” This means that if an American citizen has a personal stake in the outcome, as inner city blacks certainly do, they have the right to be heard in a meaning place, in a meaning way.
Their civil rights lawyers have let them down. They are the last to know the law
Indeed, who knows the law? My neighbor informed me that I’m a “secular humanist.” I looked up the term in my dictionary. She was right! That’s what I am. I’m a promoter of human values without the specific allusion of religious doctrines. In fact, I don’t mindlessly go on anyone’s doctrine. I follow Trump’s agenda. His agrees with my agenda.
Out of expedience, taxpayers excluded, the case has already been heard. Yes, that’s right. Who am I to be claiming rights? Screw the fact that I’m white and male! I’m an individual out of sight, out of mind. Same as blacks, it is open season on me.
Same as blacks, I called authority’s hand. I didn’t go on a rampage. No, I took the lying frauds to court. Anyone with an eighth grade education could do the same. It is every American’s constitutional right. It pays Americans to know the U.S. Constitution.
What are inner-city black accomplishing? They’ve become lap dogs. They bite the hand of those who give them jobs.
Look at this guy, everyone. He kidnapped a moronic 18 year-old white and abused him four days. Why?
The United States robbed me. The U.S. put this working, self-supporting white male on the street. I took the frauds to court. I got the brush-off. I took the court record to the press. Here is a picture of the story. The United States ate crow, admitted that it had been mistaken from the first.
Destroying property, looting and hurting people, expressing emotions, is no way to go. Positive results come from employing the law. What are civil rights lawyers doing for blacks? What do black have to show for what Civil Rights lawyers have done for backs. What has that black in the White House done for black’s in the last eight years? President Obama and his team of self-serving bureaucrats are history, and Democrats back to where they were in the 1920s.
Jesus said that the kingdom of God is in you. Where does that leave earthbound authority? They are here to serve the people. They are not. They are serving themselves with the peoples’ sweat.
We are entering the Age of Aquarius whose symbol is the water-bearer. We are destined to become our brother’s keeper—what Martin Luther King prayed for. We are all Americans—all for liberty and justice. It is simple. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Quantum physicist and brain doctor Evan Harris Walker: “But it has only been with the advent of quantum theory that we have discovered proof that we exist as something more than pieces of matter. In the development of quantum theory, the observer emerges as a co-equal in the foundry of creation.”
The authorities claim that Dr. Walker is trying to smuggle God into physics. They don’t know God. You don’t smuggle God into anything. Before anything can exist, there must be consciousness—the state of awareness. That’s what authority does not want you to know.
In Dr. Walker’s final chapter, “A God for Tomorrow,” he writes: “Unity in nature, all things being aspects of the mind…the engine that drives our struggling souls….We see space and matter as springing from the brow of God.”
“A universe that has only matter cannot have consciousness and cannot have will….Einstein could see the print of God’s hand on creation extending to the edges of the cosmos, but he failed to see us there, he failed to see the implication of mind for physics, and he failed to see anything but the shadow of God.” The makers and keepers of that law call it the Penumbra Theory. The part of the Constitution that protects me from them is seen and the shadow
Of God. They are in the limelight.
Says Dr. Walker, “Some have failed to see any place—and space—where God could reside, and others have failed to see where any consciousness could hide within the atoms of matter. But we have found that reality. We have found that hiding place. We have seen that the universe springs from every thought of God and matter from the very existence of mind.” May God be with you.