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The LGBT End Game: Destroy America!

July 1, 2015

The LGBT End Game: Destroy America!

We cozy and comfy Americans: In our narrow fleece-lined happy ruts; in our soothing churches, lulled by messages of God’s Love and Forgiveness; in our businesses, building a future for ourselves and our beloved families…praying for a real economic recovery; sending our precious children to our trusted public or parochial schools; in all of our cities, towns and neighborhoods thinking about our growing children and their happy and productive futures; hoping for our married adult children and our grand children yet to come.

We politically inert fantasy-land Americans repressing the horrific undoing of our lives, now shattering at an accelerating rate; torn asunder by indefatigable allied political forces dedicated to the utter destruction what was once the launch-pad for all our dreams.

The Constitutional Republic of The United States of America!

We the American sheeple, pretending that we have control of our lives. Pretending that we enjoy the freedoms and liberties our Founding Fathers bequeathed to us and that millions American’s before us fought and died  to preserve for ourselves, our children and children’s children…into an unknown distant future.

Freedoms and Liberties that our young men and women now fight and die to preserve, as these very ideals now fade from the distant the homelands they left in order to defend them.

It may be too late. But if we will now ROAR with united self-preserving ballots at our polls; and ROAR with printed words and voices from our churches,  our media, our states, our cities and from our streets…we may still have a shrinking chance save our way of life from dissipating into a legacy of meek cowardice and shame.

Read this to the end, if you dare.

The truth will set us free, but first it will make us miserable.

V. Thomas Mawhinney, 7/1/15

Read This If You Dare!

June 4, 2012

Read This If You Dare!
   No one can predict the future. However my dear friend Darrel Bostow, Ph.D.  sent me an Email that presents a very plausible and disastrous future for our young loved ones.  Darrel has studied the world’s waning energy resources and projects a fearsome impact upon our life-styles and world events. We had better pray for some technological miracle in the near future!
   The following are Darrel bestow’s words. Like I said: Read it if you dare!
VTM, 6/4/12
All we know is what we read and see in the media (beyond our tiny set of personal experiences)  We are on top of a worm pile of hear-say from one commentator or author to the next–scientists dealing directly with their media, being the exception (empiricism).  It is all way beyond me.  But I see the entire world system breaking down slowly, as do you. 
From my point of view, it is breaking down because people work for conditioned generalized reinforcers (including recognition and praise, as well as money) regardless of whether the work they do contributes to survival of the species or not.  People resist any form of counter control on their pursuit of immediate reinforcers. The discovery and exploitation of fossil fuels has exaggerated the problem.   We didn’t dirty/exploit the world 2000 years ago at any rate close to what we are now doing.
When we have used the fossil fuels and low hanging fruit natural resources up, we will be back to small local towns and supportive social networks in stable communities again.  Technology cannot save us because technological advances require consumption in their development.  In the meantime, a die-off of 5 or 6 billion people will occur with hardship and wars everywhere.  It is accelerating already. 
You and I are lucky to have enjoyed the peak of the fossil fuel party and will die before the shit really hits the fan, but dark clouds are on the horizon.  The first of them will probably the beginning of gas lines. 
I believe no political movement can solve the problem because the populace will not support reduction in consumption, nor will the commercial/financial enterprises that pay off our elected governments.  As Bill Hopkins quoted Todd Risley saying “The trouble with democrats is that they don’t like contingencies and the trouble with republicans is that they don’t know how to shape.”

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