Approximately 800,000 children disappear each year in the United States.
There are anywhere between 12 and 27 million people worldwide who are considered to be slaves.
22 American veterans kills themselves daily.
Estimates for homeless in the US are up to 3.5 million, with up to 1.5 million children, and 130,000 veterans.
Approximately 3000 died on 9/11.
It is estimated that the richest 6 people in the world have more than the rest combined.
There have been anywhere from 500,000 to a million casualities in Irag and Afgahanistan with 80% civilian and as many as 5500 American military deaths.
17% of American children and 35% of adults are obese.
This list could go on and on. Have you had enough? In the past I have challenged parents and grandparents to look at the truth of these stats, and ask themselves are they comfortable that their beliefs and actions do everything possible to ensure the safety of their children. So far no one has responded that they have done just that. Are we afraid to look, as if looking under the bed will make sure that there really is a monster there? Shouldn't we really want to know?
Add to this list the following: there has been a war somewhere on this planet during each and every day of my seventy years, the health (mental and physical) of Americans is poor overall, the sexual habits, if not perversions of humans is at a level of degradation never seen on planet earth, drug use both recreational and prescribed is beyond assessment. Obviously this paragraph could go on forever.
Shouldn't we agree that we have had enough. And yet, we cannot.
9/11 was a false flag attack, the controlled demolition of three buildings in New York that served as a "Pearl Harbor" meant to draw the American people to a plan which was meant to declare war on Muslims in the Middle East-the ultimate plan the control of the entire region. The plan bogged down in Iraq, but remained active throughout those 16 years with moves recently to push for war against Iran and ultimately Russia. Hillary Clinton was being set up to activate what would amount to the "hot phase" of World War III. The underestimating the resistance of rural Americans and the election of Trump upset the apple cart. If you think this is fiction, you have not done your homework, and you are truly the last to know.
The world is run by men that we don't know. They are beyond wealth and power. They are not like us. They lack empathy, rather respect only the ability to wield power. They are Klingons (not literally) though they may not be human. You and I have been manipulated by them our whole lives.
I don't know Donald Trump, and do not know what his plans are for America. What I do know is that he rode the crest of a wave, the voice of rural Americans who said that they had had enough. They knew that Clinton had to be stopped. Does that make Trump the lesser of two evils? I don't know. I do know that all of your petty demonstrations will not stop him. If he is, instead, the greater of two evils, it will take a united front to stop him, not another Soros sponsored color revolution featuring such celebrities as Madonna, Shia Leabouf, and other robots rolled out by the hysterical left to humiliate themselves and every protester in general. You are being used by the Klingons in their last ditch, desperate effort to maintain control. And you are an embarassment to every veteran who has fought for your right to free speech. I am ashamed that you have not taken the time to study your history, your world before you acted in disgrace.
This past weekend, the first in Trump's presidency, following a hold placed temporarily on immigration, 109 people were detained in airporsts trying to enter the US. This is less than 1% of the total who entered the country during that time. All were questioned and released, or returned to where they came from. He said he would do this. Still people tried. And the demostrators showed up on cue, and the lawyers as if following instructions from a master director. Come on, You can't get a lawyer to take your case for less than your first child, yet here they are voluntarily. Do you think we are stupid?
And the tears, the wailing, the protests, the disruption of traffic, the property destruction, the threats to Trump, his son, the embarassing words of those great stars. Wouldn't it just be easier to go find a veteran and spit on him.
On the first night that I spent in Viet Nam, the shock of the change my life had taken, overwhelmed by emotion; I had a brief conversation with a buddy, who I called "Zero." It was one of those rare conversations, truly the rarest, when two people, their emotions so raw that they are virtually transparent to one another.
One of us said in a choked voice: "I don't want to be here." That simple.
The other replied in an equally choked voice: "Me either."
And we sat in an electrically alive silence.
And ultimately I said: "I guess I am here so that my brothers and sisters don't have to." It just seemed that there was no better reason. To this day, I do not regret that.
My great regret on this day so many years later is that those who have not made that sacrifice can protest that which they are not privy to, never knowing the fools that they have become, the tools of those who do evil.