Took one of those online psyche test the other day that said I was 51% Republican and 49% Democrat. Seems about right. I have always seen myself as a centrist.
I still believe in common sense. I tend to see both sides of an issue. There are certain things that I will always resist.
I will Resist the following:
Lies (aka alt-facts)
Misogyny (hatred and mistreatment of women)
Homophobia (fear and hatred of someone who is not heterosexual)
Xenophobia (intense or irrational dislike or fear of people from other countries)
Racism (fear or irrational dislike of those from another culture. There is only one race, The Human Race)
Mistreatment of the sick, handicapped, children and aged
The use of torture
Incitement of violence whether it be from the left or the right
Misuse of natural resources by individuals, business or governments
Nepotism in government
Actions that go against the Constitution of the United States
Unethical Behavior by acquaintances and those who govern
Robbing from the rich to give to the poor
The mistreatment of the poor and/or ignorant
This post is negative, but look, I know we are all getting tired of the division and polarization that has been going on in the World. I say the world because it’s not just happening in the United States. I just happen to live here.
Extremism of any kind never solves anything. Unless we ALL reach across the aisle and grab each others’ hands, we’re all going to go down; and go down hard.
It’s probably not surprising to anyone that I will not be watching any of the events in DC this weekend. Not the good, not the bad, not even the ugly.
From the entertainment line-up, I cannot imagine a more boring waste of time.
Just started watching The Young Pope on HBO this week; what a timely show. The main character (the pope) reminds me of our incoming president in many ways except in intelligence. The young pope would win in that arena.
I will continue to monitor the news during the week. I must remember the saying, “think globally and act locally”.
Our pilot at the Studio is coming along very nicely. We are having our last big shoot on Saturday, the “Support Group” scene. It will be very interesting — A great group of talent.
I am renewing my interest in wellness and joined Doterra as a wellness advocate. It’s going to be smelling very good around both the condo and the Studio. As President Obama said, “we’re going to be okay.”
A lot of water has gone under the bridge since my last post. We have a whole new reality. Watching a video from John Lennon helped me remember that things don’t change much. Hard to believ that we are all the same species at times however, we do need to have compassion for those whose chose not to touch the Monolith. Love and Peace are the most important things in the Universe. Christ and many other prophets have stated this. How often we forget.
I wish you love and peace throughout this Season and 2017. Merry Christmas and Happy Hanakkah.
I have been reading of Detention Camps built by Halliburton. There are from 600 to 800 scattered around the U.S. and Hawaii that are built for foreign nationals with the understanding that they would be used for them and not the American Public.
It would take an Executive Order and the Declaration of Marshall Law in order to use them. They are empty right now but maintained and ready for a National Emergency under the auspices of FEMA.
HR 465 is the National Emergency Centers Establishment Act and I read conflicting articles on whether or not it passed.
From the resources I read, these camps have been around for about 10 years. The mainstream news does not talk about them for obvious reasons. Below are some links I read. I try to only read the reliable ones. I don’t like conspiracy theories either. This is different. We used them in WWII. The elected administration is talking about rounding up those from the Middle East and Mexico. I just don’t know.