Our Government Is What We Used to Call a Pot-Stirrer – Fight Back With Joy, Hope, Brains

Saw this New York Times article

on November 15, 2014 and wrote the following:

Face it. Our government is all in our s*** . Not that I am surprised. To be clear, I had already read from other sources that our government infiltrates peaceful law-abiding groups that it decides are potentially “troublesome” and FACILITATES THE TROUBLE by gaining trust and then instigating more extreme behavior. This hastens the demise of the group. Fits perfectly with what I have observed over the decades.

But wow anyway. This article assumes that and goes WAY FURTHER. Itreally hurts to see it right there in the New York Times. It’s a good hurt though – because it pushed me to a realization of sorts.

Look, few are going to take action to stop this. Since this is the case, articles like this in the corporate media intend to sow seeds of distrust between US, a fear of the covert part of our government and of being misunderstood and subsequently targeted by it. This affects how free we feel to question or disagree with current policies (uh, not very).

This issue spans the political spectrum, from right-to-lifers to pro-choicers, from climate changers and climate deniers, veterans and current reservists, nutrition or medical establishment reformers, those with geo-engineering concerns, just about anyone with a beef with the status quo!

So: I am going to launch an all-out personal empowerment and positive campaign and encourage others to do the same.

To me, this does not mean only happy news, folks. I believe that focusing only on happy goings-on is flat-out abandoning my brothers and sisters. I just won’t do it. That makes me too sad! So I guess that makes me some kind of activist. I don’t think of it that way at all though. Maybe someone else has a better word for when you refuse to ignore injustice in order to reduce the anxiety of the “sunshine and daisy police”.

What I will do, though, is reaffirm that the focus of my life is to remain joyful that I am still able to take action and support others, remain hopeful NO MATTER WHAT and never give up. I am so happy and appreciative for so many aspects of this world and those who inhabit it with me.

I believe there is still mystery, and still solutions to be found. As Einstein said, “”No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” So we continue to remain open to getting smarter in the deepest sense and to the unknown both within and without.

Not All Whites

Beqi Brinkhorst: “Yes, white people should take a backseat when discussing racism. Someone’s going to have to take a backseat, that’s how it works. Why WOULDN’T it be the section that isn’t the victim of the subject? By making your own hurt feelings (as a white person) the focus of the discussion, you are proving the point of racism, not fighting it.”

Me: What she said. We find it SO HARD to just not be the center and to have someone else’s concerns be THE focus. The end. The hurt feelings, the painstaking parsing, the “but not all whites”. As someone else wisely pointed out, Of COURSE ‘not all…’. That’s why we’re sitting here having this conversation together! The assumption is, that is understood, UNTIL you felt anxious and just HAD to derail the topic because a conversation on race cannot take place without that insertion. “Yes, there, there. Of course we know it’s not all whites.”

Doesn’t matter that POC spend 90% of the time carefully appearing not to notice and staying focused in a world that is filled with micro-aggressions towards them, and dealing with assumptions made about them. That’s different. White people’s hurt feelings must always be the priority if they are present. And that is just as it should be. But oh, it’s everyone ELSE that’s “too sensitive”. Sigh.

Kendrick Johnson

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To understand why this is my cover photo, know that we are told that this high school student, Kendrick Johnson – may he rest in peace – in school, after gym one day, tripped, fell, rolled himself into a gym mat and suffocated, while trying to retrieve his sneaker.

and also this:
“A state medical examiner ruled his death accidental, despite evidence of a neck injury found in a second autopsy conducted by a pathologist hired by the family. His fingernails had been clipped, his clothes were missing and his organs had been removed and replaced by newspaper.” from this: http://www.cnn.com/…/georgia-gym-mat-death/index.html…

Yes, organs can be removed during autopsy, But normally, if not damaged, they are replaced, and if not, it is not every organ inclusive of the brain, on down. It seems clear to me that this perfectly healthy innocent young man was killed, by blunt force trauma to the head (according to autopsy) and his organs were harvested. His mom now says, “I get up every morning, to fight for Kendrick.”

The depth of evil here and the breadth of the cover-up is unfathomable and the implications of the unified cover-up are beyond disturbing.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/07/justice/georgia-gym-mat-death/index.html?iid=article_sidebar

I made additional comments on January 13, 2014 on this page.
I have changed my cover photo and received a couple questions. So please forgive the “unpleasantness” of my explanation. That is fair warning.

I try to keep my FB page uplifting. I know hopelessness is a dark cloud that many keep away by shunning dark news. That is not my way. My belief is that we are all connected. Really. We are. So someone else’s pain is part of what is darkening my world. If I can AT LEAST acknowledge it, and support them, I make the world a little lighter and let in some new possibilities for them, however small. So I feel BETTER.

I have been visited by my share of hard to believe darkness and I bet you have too. If we are lucky, it strengthens us and bestows some wisdom. I can also say that the silver lining in negative experience is, hopefully: compassion and greater attempts at courage.

The young man’s name is Kendrick Johnson and his death is a mystery. At first, they tried to say he tripped fell into a rolled up gymnasium mat at school and suffocated!!!!!!!!!!!!! Honest. Okay.

When it did not fly, his parents were successful in getting him exhumed and it was found that all his organs (sensitive please stop reading at this point) from the top of his head to under his pelvis, every organ had been removed. This is within the range of what may happen in an autopsy. But typically, the organs are returned to the body and it is buried.

In poor Kendrick’s case, everything including his brain, on down, had been replaced with newspaper. Yes newspaper. You don’t need to remove every single organ in someone’s body to hide evidence if that is what you were going to say. Here: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/09/us/georgia-gym-mat-death/index.html

WHY I CHANGE MY COVER PHOTO IS THAT RECENTLY, despite the continuing mystery, the Huffington Post published an “update” where they completely LEFT OUT ANYTHING ABOUT THE NEWSPAPER. Not even mentioned. In fact, they morphed the whole thing into a he said-she said false equivalency type deal. So I am sorry, but it has to be said. Someone(s) got to them.

It is obviously about money. This kid had no enemies. I am sorry to bring the following darkness to your world. But it lightens the load elsewhere for you to know, which ultimately benefits us all: There IS an underground network of organ stealing or “harvesting”.

I do not know what all happened. But if there is an effort to erase this newspaper aspect of the case from the news now, something is going on that affects more than the Johnson family! I want to do my part so I will have no regrets. Whatever it was and is, it needs to be brought to light for the sake of future Kendricks and their families, if nothing else.

We know from the Jerry Sandusky case that powerful people are protected. I personally don’t believe that we found out all their is to know about that situation that went on for how many years?! Sandusky just took the hit for others. Now here is another one. How widespread is this criminality? Who will they get to be the scapegoat when public outrage reaches a point that those “in charge” must take some action? What is really going on? Let’s be part of the solution and not the problem.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/09/us/georgia-gym-mat-death/index.html