The Hunger Games | Almost Here?

Hunger GamesThe Hunger Games

The hunger games are already here: Our youth is being sent to war for the pleasure and profit of the corporate oligarchy.  9/11 Explosive Evidence – Experts Speak Out  But don’t put all the blame on them. Aren’t we guilty also? We have turn a blind eye to their doings for decades. We have been dehumanized. 

Hence, the revolution we need is not an armed revolution. We need to change our direction and develop inner sight to see that we are all branches of the same tree. We need to discover our link to the Spirit and become what human beings should be; we need to start caring. We don’t care.

The fact is that the corporate oligarchy has become what it is because we haven’t cared. We are as selfish and greedy as they are. And when we lose our virtue we are easy prey for vipers. We must change from within . . . evolve. Ours must be a revolution of conscience. Let’s care! Let’s return to sanity and oppose evil. Let’s do something!

But if you still want to turn a blind eye, “May the odds be ever in your favor.” You’ll need them.

Obama, Four More Years | Corporate Oligarchy

Wether Barack Obama gets elected or Mitt Romney gets elected is irrelevant; they both work for corporate America. But Obama has done such a nice job for them that my gut feeling is that they will re-elect him. He is so much better at deceiving people, pretending to be on their side, pretending that America is still a democracy. He is such a good front for them (due to being black). The corporate oligarchy needs Obama (the traitor).

I was planning to vote for Buddy Roemer, even if he is not on the ballot anymore, just to show them that I know what is going on, but I feel embarrassed. Our system has become so corrupt that voting is a travesty. This is how I am going to cast my vote:

How to vote, a list:

  • Don’t do business with the mega banks (Citibank, Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo et cetera) that is doing business with the enemy. Too big to fail means they are above the law; nobody should be above the law. They are stealing.
  • Don’t buy “made in China (or somewhere else)” stuff. It comes from sweat shops; you are supporting corporate gangsters when you do. Go to American Apparel. If you are pressed for cash get your clothing at the thrift store, so you don’t encourage the clothing giants and support small business.
  • Don’t join the army. You are fighting for the corporations that comprise the military industrial complex (they are making money on war, blood money) not for democracy. If we bring our troops home the crisis ends.
  • Buy an electric car. The oil companies are a great part of the problem.
  • Stay away from the mainstream media; it’s misleading. For the real news: Democracy Now 
  • Do your homework, so you can understand what is going on, and accept your own responsibility in the matter. Your inaction will keep the tyrants in power and they are extremely dangerous.
  • Support small business.
  • Spread the word! The more people know, the less power they’ll have. The reason they work in the shadows is because they need public support to survive; they need our money.
  • To get educated, start here: AE 9/11 Truth (Please sign the petition) Or here: A Thrive

I am also helping to build an Eco village about an hour away from Tucson. It may be the way to go, an alternative. Pictures below:

On the road to Eco village

Daniel is cooking breakfast

Samuel and Paula erecting the gate

Dave is building the fence

I am helping Maria at the fence

More about Eco Village at:  Arizona School for International Shamanism Studies 

A Message for the Occupy Movement . . . Everywhere!

It occurred to me recently that reform is impossible with the people we have elected; obviously our government works for the 1%. One of the best candidates we have for president is Buddy Roemer (http://buddyroemer.com), but the system is so corrupt that they don’t allow him in the debates with one pretext or another; besides, the elections could be rigged. 

Therefore, I propose organizing a massive walk to Washington to ask for Obama’s  resignation. We elected him to work for us and instead he is working for the corporate oligarchy; it is our constitutional right to replace him at any time. They did it in Egypt. We can do it here!

We choose a date and depart from New York, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego to meet in Washington DC at another set date (we can use vehicles part of the way if necessary). By the time we get there, enlisting occupiers along the way, we should number on the thousands. And we occupy until we install a new president and replace the Federal Reserve System (a banking cartel that stole our government in 1913 – it is unconstitutional) See: The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal … Reserve, by G Edward Grifffin.

It is paramount to do this because there is overwhelming evidence that 9/11 was an inside job (AE 9/11 Truth ) which means that our political system is so corrupt that it would be impossible to start our new country without cleaning house and bringing the guilty to justice. No system can exist long without justice . . . justice for all!

Besides, without a clean-up, an honest president would be thrown into a nest of vipers and his chances to survive would be slim. If you have any doubt that JFK was assassinated by the 1%, I suggest reading: JFK and the Unspeakable: Why He Died and Why It Matters By James Douglass.

Native Americans should be invited to participate in this march as they have been immorally ignored and marginalized for too long. It is time for them to claim their right place in our society. We can learn much from their culture.

And we must keep in mind that the reason the 1% is in power is the apathy and lack of caring of the 99%. When we loose our virtue we are easy prey for vipers. It is a must to realize that everything is interconnected and we are all part of a Whole, and when we help others we help ourselves. What would the world be like if when we get up in the morning our first thought would be to help others. . . do unto others what is best for them?

That said, for the occupy movement failure is not an option, for if the movement fails the future is bleak indeed; what the corporate oligarchy is doing is not only serious, it is e v i l. We live under an ominous cloud at the moment.

Let’s get it done!

Muhammad Ali vs Oscar De La Hoya | Who is fighting for freedom?

Ali

When Muhammad Ali refused induction in the armed forces he was aware that the enemy is inside not outside. Ali was aware that he would be cannon fodder,  and fighting for a ruthless corporate oligarchy that kills to defend their interests, not for anybody’s freedom. At the time, I wasn’t aware myself; I am a veteran for peace now.

I  saw Oscar de la Hoya on the news this morning, at the gym’s tv. He is either totally unaware of what is going on or he has been bought by our corporate dictatorship. I hope the former is true. And maybe he will come across this lines and bother to do some research to find out what our troops are really dying and killing for. Otherwise, he will never be a match for Ali.

Our armed forces are being  misused and abused, and should be avoided until we clean house. We were led into war with Iraq and Afghanistan with lies and plots. 9/11 was never an “attack.” Check: A Buiding What? And go from there, do your own research.

Oscar

Mainstream Media is Show Business | Democracy Now!

Stop These Wars

Did you know that a few days ago 500,000 angry protesters streamed through the streets of London?  They have banksters there too.“This is Economic Treason”: 500,000 March in London Protesting Public Spending Cuts and Corporate Tax Dodgers

Do you know about the outcome of the recent anti-union bills? Have you heard of the latest news from Iraq and Afghanistan?

Our Media is keeping us entertained with distant lands–Japan and Lybia.  For the issues that matter go to  Democracy Now

Mike Ferner, former Veterans For Peace president and Navy corpsman, said, “Since 2003, U.S. taxpayers have spent over 780 billion dollars to kill more than a million Iraqis, leaving the survivors considerably worse off than before; killing 4,439 U.S. troops and wounding many thousands more. At every level our economy is bankrupt, while state budget crises prove that maintaining an Empire kills people abroad and turns our people and cities into ‘collateral damage.’ Our infrastructure isn’t bombed, it simply rots from neglect.”

Mike Prysner, co-founder of March Forward! and an Army combat veteran of the Iraq War, said, “In March 2003, I landed in Iraq as a 19 year-old soldier in the U.S. Army. Little did I know that my life would never be the same again — nor would the lives of millions of others. That war was based on willful lies and deceptions from Washington and the Pentagon—just like the war in Afghanistan. While over $700 million a day is spent on these criminal wars, unions, education and social services are slashed. We can change this, but we have to stand up and fight back.”

“We have become a killer nation and our economy is addicted to endless war spending. The Congress and the White House have been taken over by the corporate oligarchy and they have drowned democracy.”—Bruce Gagnon

Be advised, Afghanistan is known as “the graveyard of empires.”

Quotes are from: STOP THESE WARS and home (Veterans for Peace)

Martin Luther King said, “Our only hope today lies in our ability to recapture the revolutionary spirit and go out into a sometimes hostile world declaring eternal hostility to poverty, racism, and militarism

James Connolly, the Irish socialist leader who was executed by the British in 1916, said:

“It would be well to realize that the talk of ‘humane methods of warfare,’ of the ‘rules of civilized warfare,’ and all such homage to the finer sentiments of the race are hypocritical and unreal, and only intended for the consumption of stay-at-homes. There are no humane methods of warfare, there is no such thing as civilized warfare; all warfare is inhuman, all warfare is barbaric; the first blast of the bugles of war ever sounds for the time being the funeral knell of human progress. What lover of humanity can view with anything but horror the prospect of this ruthless destruction of human life. Yet this is war: war for which all the jingoes are howling, war to which all the hopes of the world are being sacrificed, war to which a mad ruling class would plunge a mad world.”

Let’s get informed so that we can boycott properly.

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