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My Last Days in Taos, NM | The Walking Dead | The Hondo River | The Abominable Snowmansion

The John Dunn House Shops

I like John Dunn House shops in Taos. It has lots of trees and friendly people. On my last day promoting my book however, I had to move due to someone’s complaint. And looking for shade, I landed in front of quite a hostile lady who also seemed to consider me a threat. She refused to acknowledge my presence or answer my salute. And I must confess that I didn’t ask anyone, but I bet all these threatened people are banking with the big banks: the real threat. (Move your money now.A Central Bank’s Scheme 

These banks are the ones really stealing their business (they have already stolen the country–the debtor is a slave to the lender). These banks are the real threat, not a few people who are selling, or playing their music, on the sidelines.

Ah! but the media is so good at programming people. So well-programmed our citizens are that they march to their death like zombies, unaware the enemy is eating their entrails and using them as cannon fodder. The economy can only be fixed by eliminating the thieves. Taking it on people who are trying to make a living but can’t pay rent just shows a lack of vision, a lack of caring.

And the occupy movement (occupy wall street — the people aware) are refusing to accept the fact that criminals are controlling the government. They refuse to acknowledge o v e r w h e l m i n g  e v i d e n c e that 9/11 was an inside job. (AE 9/11 Truth) It is not  a matter of reform; we need to clean house. If you are cleaning an infected wound, it has to be cleaned thoroughly. Otherwise the infection will return. And we have an infected government. It stinks.

But the main problem is the lack of caring, the walking dead, the unconscious, the ones who turn a blind eye; they help the tyrants. Our revolution should be a revolution of consciousness. We need to start caring.

And believe me, 9/11 was just the tip of the iceberg; the 1% have big plans. And to those who think that they can trust such people and do business as usual, I wish the very best . . . I really wish them luck.

It is interesting. Let’s see what the future brings.

My campsite by the Rio Hondo

The Rio Hondo

The Abominable Snowmansion Hostel at Arroyo Seco, a few miles from Taos.

The Abominable Snowmansion Hostel

I stayed at this hostel 12 years ago, so I left them a copy of The eye of the Dragon.

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Chevy Volt | Boycott Oil Companies

Chevy Volt Interior

The big banks, Wall Street, oil companies and others that profit from war are wrecking havoc in our economy, and stealing not only our money but our democracy. Our next car must be no other than an electric car, not only to fight the inflation they themselves created but to change the course of events. Our democracy is gone, check: A George Bush and 9/11 The only real vote we have right now is how we spend our money; for your next car demand an electric. To boycott Chase, Citibank and Bank of America would also help; they have blood in their hands. And don’t join the army, we are not fighting for freedom; our soldiers are cannon fodder at the moment.

“When running on electricity, the Volt can reach a top speed of 100 mph in near silence. Free of the typical noise of the internal combustion engine, the Volt offers a quieter, more relaxing ride at any speed.”

Give it a test drive

Drug War | US and Mexico | Oil Spill |

Mexican Marines

The drug war in Mexico is escalating. President Calderon is not giving up, and Hilary Clinton our secretary of state is promising to help. But are they barking at the wrong tree. President Calderon has a point when he calls the US a drug addict; we comprise 5% of the world’s population and consume 33% of the drugs produced. We may well be the primary cause of the problem.

Lets examine the facts: The recent economic collapse (just like the great depression) was caused by greed and lack of ethics in Wall Street and the Big Banks; BP is still trying to fix the oil leak they caused in the Gulf of Mexico due apparently to irresponsible and reckless behavior, and which is causing untold ecological damage and heavy financial losses in many areas of Florida and Louisiana. And now our drug addictions are fueling a war that is killing thousands. It seems like our religions are owned by our  collective ego; we really don’t trust any God; we only trust money and power, and want them at any cost. Lets face it, spiritually speaking we are a third world country. Porfirio Diaz an infamous Mexican President once said: “Poor Mexico, so far from God, so close to the United States.” He may have been right.

As a temporary solution (improving our morals and our inner balance will take a while) we could legalize drugs as a way to destroy the mystique surrounding their purchase, and as a way to be able to offer help to whoever buys them. Is this too farfetched? We would be also collecting taxes, which would help our economy. And there would be no reason for drug wars. Implausible? Please advise me.

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