On this November 10, 2017, the news a day late and zillions of dollars short, I reported that big corporations were buying their own stock. Today MSN reports a 22 percent gain in large blue chip companies. This could mean an approaching bear market.
More on this: To be lawful, something unknown by the powers that be, one must be ethical, moral and honest. Legal is merely the form of law. Hitler was legal.
Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation James Comey, after reporting that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton revealed classified information on her private email server, which was against the law, he gave her a pass. She was a candidate for President, a Democrat.
I n the first place, it is not Mr. Comey’s place to make such calls. It is the Department of Justice’s call. Secondly, “extremely careless” and “grossly negligent” meaning the same, Mr. Comey has a different idea. He thought that by changing his script from grossly negligent to extremely careless meant that Mrs. Clinton was not guilty of wrongdoing. She had no intention of violating the law, said Mr Comey. Mr. Comey has two interpretations of the law. He warned us that we had no assurance that we would not be prosecuted.
Following Mr. Comey’s highly questionable act of freeing Mrs. Clinton of wrongdoing, President Trump fired him. Mr. Comey wrote down all that went on in a conversation with the President in the Whitehouse. He handed this to a friend who gave the document to The New York Times, a questionable act on the part of Mr. Comey.
Following the above noted questionable acts, the Department of Justice appointed a special prosecutor, Bob Muller, to continue investigating President Trump’s possible collusion with Russia, which Director Comey had spent a year doing without any evidence of collusion.
Congress, in hearings over President Trump’s pick of Attorney Generals, Senator Sessions, the President’s pick badgered into recusing himself of any investigation into Hillary Clinton’s “extreme carelessness,” President Trump said he was sad and disappointed that no action was taken.
Next comes the shocking news that Hillary Clinton purchased full control of the Democratic Party. She also paid millions of dollars for a dossier that falsely accused Donald Trump of all manner of wrongdoing, including colluding with Russia. Mrs. Clinton admitted it.
Next comes the revelation that by hook and crook, including millions of dollars in charitable donations to the Clinton Foundation and $500,000 to Bill Clinton for a speech in Russia, the Russians purchased 20 percent of U.S. uranium production, which is used for building hydrogen bombs. Attorney General Sessions says he has not recused himself from investigating this.
Special prosecutor Muller continues investigating President Trump’s possible collusion with Russia. Mr. Muller was Director of the FBI during the corruption involved in Russia’s purchase of U.S. uranium. He would have known all about it. This was kept secret. Why?
No action on the part of the Department of Justice on anything but Mr. Muller’s investigation of President Trump has taken place. What is going on?
President Trump is trying to convince Asia how strong and resolved America is. A year has passed since Donald Trump was elected President and this situation? One can wonder. The stock market could soon drop like a rock.
Let us now discuss the so-called Rothschild banking cartel (The Federal Reserve Bank), often referred to as the Illuminate (the illuminated ones). The Fed is playing a major role. The illuminated ones are in opposition of Russia’s plans. Russia puts herself first.
Now let us pay attention to what is called in the United Nations Agenda 21. It calls for a single world government in which the individual would have zero rights, The Bush family fondly called it “the new world order” (and Trump a blowhard). So where does all of this leave we the American people?
In my case, I started a legal challenge with the Internal Revenue Service in 1975. The Department of Justice took over the case. Not one federal court would hear me. The government made numerous “mistakes,” for which they eventually apologized. It didn’t change a thing.
It wasn’t until I was 82 years old, in 2007, that I discovered Jesus. It seems that Jesus entered my life, although unknown to me, when I legally challenged my government. By the way, I departed my old life on Good Friday 1975, the day Christians commemorate as the day they nailed Jesus to a cross.
It appears to me that the American people are going to go through what I went through. My life was in ruins. When I departed my old life, the way I saw it, the world was against me. I looked within for my answers. What else?
When I was 82, I read what Jesus said in Luke 17:21. “The kingdom of God is within you.” I can tell you this: From 1975 on, I’ve lived a charmed life.
In Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, “Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven….” Where is heaven? Said Jesus, “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth; as it is in heaven.” You can’t separate the two. Have you ever thought about this? You are inseparable, eternal, at one with the consciousness of the universe.
We are leaving the Age of Pisces, a time when people looked to external factors. We are entering the Age of Aquarius, a time when we become our brother’s keeper. We read in Matthew 6:33, “Seek ye the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things (the things I’ve experienced) shall be added unto you.”
A vast change is coming. With change comes displacement and people on their own, where I was in 1975.
Five years after the departure from my old life, out of the blue came the love of my life. I’d never known love. Love is giving. I gave love and received back love. I was 55 years old when I learned to love. When I was a young boy, I doubted that my father loved me. At age 55, I’d gotten over my fear of not being loved, by looking within for my answers.
Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends. As for prophecies, they will pass away; as for tongues, they will cease; as for knowledge, it will pass away. Corinthians 23:4-8