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4th of July / Independence? A Joke? / Nothing to Add

I really can’t add much to what I have already explained.

So I am just going  to quote from another post and provide a link. And hope you are not walking dead. May the odds be ever in your favor.

“If you think you can sweep under the rug a mayor crime like the false flag of  Sept. 11 of 2001, if you think you can blame outsiders for it, you live in delusion. And the enemy within is much more powerful than an invading army; it already owns you. Amerika is game. Amerika is cannon fodder. And you are helping that enemy with your vote; you are an accomplice. Silence is treason! Do you understand? Treason!”

Can you take Action? Are you walking dead?

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A Worthy Leader

When I was doing my service in the armed forces (army) I was stationed in Fort Hood, Texas with the first battalion of the 46th infantry division for awhile. It was there that I met sergeant Johnson and sergeant Wolfe. And the reason I remember both of them well is because they stood out as leaders; they knew what leadership was.

As an example, there was a particular week in which my platoon worked really hard doing war games out on the field. It was the month of January; there was snow on the ground and we worked throughout the week facing cold and unrelenting wind. That Saturday night we finished exhausted after cleaning and washing our vehicles and equipment at the motor pool.

On Sunday morning, sergeant Wolfe, the war veteran who was our platoon leader, brought himself donuts and coffee to each and every soldier of his platoon while we were still in bed. He didn’t have to do this at all, believe me, but he understood what a leader was. He was showing his appreciation for a job well done; he was showing he was there for his men. He understood that a worthy leader does not oppress and dominates; he serves and motivates.

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