Archive for July 2016

Blue collar is the code word for white poverty in America. White poverty is a forbidden topic in educational institutions in America. White slavery exist because America chooses to ignore the problem. There are people living in coal mine towns in small areas of the country hidden away from the eyes of the media or social workers, and the people and the institutions with the power to help. White poverty is a taboo subject. The same conditions that the Irish endured as slaves in the British North American Colonies still exist in hidden parts of America. The same conditions that the Ellis Island immigrant faced while living in the slums still exist as they did in19th and 20th century America. America controls its poor by permitting religion to have free access to the poor with the doctrine of surrender, obedience and sacrifice. The poor are encouraged to give up this world with its sinful vices and work for joy in the next world. There are no voices for breaking out and leaving poverty and traveling to another land of the living, here on earth. The condition is not new to human behavior, Plato wrote about similar situations thousands of years ago, in his writings on the Republic. Plato writes about a situation in which poor people are afraid to venture outside of a community surrounded by a mental wall with images of horrible events occurring on the other side of the wall to anyone with the courage to step outside.

White Slavery exists in America as hidden poverty in the rural parts of this country and it is in two forms. At the time of this writings, America is going through an election process for president. America is confused why one candidate appears to be achieving such […]

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Left wing, Right wing, socialist, communist, fascist have little meaning in the American culture. Ellis Island immigrants brought over these terms with them, and they carry a long history of human behavior in a different part of the world. America is a nation founded and created by and for the oppressed. It is a nation of struggle. To Americans, we are a one bird nation with two wings. Sometimes the wings bank to the right and sometimes to the left, but still one bird representing us all. There are three significant groups in America, which can give some suggestions to the direction intended. Scott Irish, Native American Indian, African set the tone and spirituality of the nation, and the values of the nation are determined by how well it treats these three groups. If laws and policies are fair to these three major groups, then it will be fair to the entire country. The Irish were the first slaves in the colonies. The Africans, arriving in 1619 was the second group of people brought to this land in indenture and non- free status. 75% of all Europeans coming to the British North American Colonies came a non free men and women. The Catholic Church sent many young girls over to serve as punishment for having children out of wedlock. The Native American Indians were victims of robbery, the land was taken from them through trickery, so when the decision was made to fight for the right to freedom, these three groups joined together in the creation of this new land with new ideas about the humanity of man. America is founded on this union and diversity. Using political terms to identify us is meaningless; we all came here in the bottom of boats, some of us in chains. We are great because we threw off those chains.

  American Culture We have some problems, and some of these problems were planned for the wrong reason. Teachers try their best to correct problems, but they can only teach what they have been taught and instructed to teach, and racism is part of the curriculum. Congress […]

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All life matters, Negroid life matters, Mongoloid life matters, Causoid life matters. God the creator of mankind created man and woman at the same time with love and value for us all. If we are serious about our concern about human kind then we the people of this awesome diversity must take responsibility for how we treat each other, especially the members of our own family. The Bible does not teach man to love his children or his spouse. Spare the rod and spoil the child, is the first loving message of childcare. Put away a wife who does not follow rules. These loving directions have been responsible for more boys being whipped with the rod and girls running away before they are put away. Stop all the home beatings. The child is the father of the man, and if you beat the child, the police will one day have to shoot the man. If we learn how to handle family problems without violence then perhaps our police will learn how to handle misbehaving without taking a life. If a life does not matter, you beat it or shoot it. The same temper that makes a father want to beat the blood out of a son, whom he loves, is the same emotion that causes a policeman to shoot a citizen he only wants to protect. We have to be trained in other ways of solving human problems. Religions and churches encourage violence as a means of communicating. Churches are wrong, and religion is wrong, and yes, the Bible is wrong. Maybe it is time to take down the Bible and reread the words again, and seek the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to determine what is the Word of God? Is it God’s intent for religious institutions to punish women, and sanction the brutality against children and men/ Men hurt and kill other men, even their own blood in the name of God. Education institutions have discovered that they can teach children without beating the crap out of them, just using different strategies and changing belief doctrines. Policemen can also learn to protect society without killing the poor regardless of color and economic circumstances or mental challenges. This is an American 21st century problem. Fathers and police may have killed the disobedient in the thousands of years of ancient history in North Africa and the Middle East, but this is a new world, a new time, and a new understanding of God.

 Poverty is often the grounds for the strong taking advantage of the weak. Relatives in poverty and stress often take out frustration and pain on the weak. During biblical times it was referred too as scapegoat, where religious leaders took the sins of Jews and cast them into […]

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All major ethnics groups in America have made transformation out of poverty through crime. The history of many major corporation in America is the history of one generation entering into a life of crime so that the next generation can have a life of wealth and progress. Therefore, it is wrong for members of the minority population to place such a heavy burden on young men who have chosen to follow a life of crime for the purpose of accumulating wealth. Religion played a significant role in the lives of these men of crime. They followed their religion and they followed their passion, and those passions resulted in the establishments of corporations, which today support many of the families in America and the world.

Immigration means to travel from another country to a foreign country. Migration means to travel within your own country.   America is a land of movement, people coming in and people moving from state to states. Who came in? Over 150 million citizens can trace their ancestry […]

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The War on drugs has become a failure because churches were not involved in the war. Religious leaders have tolerated alcohol and drugs because it helps people cope with life, which would be impossible without drugs. America is in pain and often the first solution to easing that pain is the use of drugs of some kind. Children, who have to experience, in silence, pain in suffering in life, usually discover alcohol at a very early age. Women, who silently submit to domestic abuse at the hands of their religious church going husbands, take their pain to the doctor, who is more than willing to supply them with the prescription drugs to help them cope with the reality of their lives. Men who do not know any other way to express their frustrations with themselves and the direction, which their lives are taking, often find them selves taking some form of legal drugs, including alcohol to take the edge off of a nagging pain felt deep down in their souls. Clergy over whelmed from the inability to see meaningful changes in the lives of their congregations and struggling with generating the necessary funds to run the house of God, may sooth themselves with legal prescriptions to cover the pain of occupation responsibilities. This war on drugs has failed because the root cause of drug addiction has not been addressed. People are hurting and people are hurting other people and there is no one to call for to help. There are two major forces in society with the power to make mankind do the right thing for the self and others, and those two powers are the power of the law and the power of religion. Law enforcement guards the maker of the legal drugs that destroy lives, and the church is reluctant to become involved in family culture, which can trace the rights to abuse back to religious scripture. Sacred scripture does not prevent men from abusing women and wives. Sacred scripture does not address issues of feelings, emotional needs and care of the soul. Scripture speaks of the slap for both women and children, but does not address the need for the hug. Scripture can be used to justify the torment punishment and even death of individuals who may have different sexual orientations and gender based on cultural guideline developed thousands of years ago in a different time and place. Can this same scripture be used to heal broken hearts and spirits in religious families hurting from and by old traditions? We have a drug problem because the church does not see the use of drugs as a problem.

Family values, a family without rules and values will self destruct. Never, never live in a poor happy neighborhood.If you have sons, and you want them to live, find the middle class community that you can afford and grab your sons and run, run for their lives. […]

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Life was so horrible for some during Biblical times and early European history, that the joy of dying and a promise of a better life through death became the foundation of the three major religions. Religious traditions such as the circumcision of males- the restrictions, silence and submission of females, and the practice of giving girl children in marriage to older men, caused unspoken pain in the obedient silent. The idea of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, although not a religious doctrine, does provide a look into the intent and mind of God. Scripture tells us the “ It is the Father’s good pleasure to give us the kingdom.” If this is so, why is there so much pain suffering and death in the stories we are encouraged to learn?

Do women have to give up rights to be loved and accepted by God? Does God require suffering and submission of women for the continuations of life? For the sake of a family, should women submit to the authority of her husband or religious rules even at […]

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We the people are not smart enough to select the president of the United States. Americans have no idea of the qualifications necessary to be elected the leader of the free world. We have no idea what issues await the individual elected to carry the awesome responsibility of maintaining peace and security in a world of violence and hate. We pray for our representatives, the delegates and super delegates, that they will be guided by laws and agreements in the selection of the candidate. We the people do have cognitive and spiritual gifts, the question is how we use those skills. The media tells us who to hate and whom to love. Maybe it is time to listen to the Holy Spirit, known as the Spirit of God within. It is time to get through and past the journey of hatred motivated by experiences and media entertainment and get down to the serious responsibility of being an active participant in God’s world.

“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” ― Emma Lazarus   Welcome To America – I am in – […]

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Researchers are still trying to determine how was it possible for millions of people to leave the institution of slavery without psychological scars. It is interesting when interviewing older members of the black population, and asking them what their grand parents told them about slavery, they answered,” they did not talk about it.” Men and women continued to marry and raise children. The children went to school and became professionals and successful members of society. It was not until the 1960’s that some scholars decided to look for problems within the group, and encourage rebellion against past wrongs. Revenge is mine said the Lord, and the best revenge is success. Perhaps the warring nations of the world could look to America and see how she handled her troubled past. When the colonist fought for their freedom from England, they took their victory, and moved on to start a new life. When the slaves were freed after the Civil war, they took their freedom, and started a new life. Those who turned around, and wanted more revenge, were turned to stone. When you adopt the attitude and behaviors of revenge, you too will be turned into a pillar of salt.

We stand on the shoulders of giants with the courage to serve and the strength to survive.  The history of America is found in the history and life of the second slave population in the British North American Colonies. The first slave population, the fighting Irish laid […]

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Two thousands years before and after the birth of Jesus, and Paul’s introductions of Christianity into the world, there were thinkers. Perhaps if we are going to address world shaking questions of man and his identity and purpose, we should go back to the greatest thinkers of mankind. If we cannot find the answer working through the Bible and the Christian religion, then perhaps we are asking the wrong questions, or asking the questions in the wrong way. Socrates and Plato, Greek scholars may shine some light on this question of solving humanities problems.

Research material. Plato more or less discovered on his own was that mankind is born with knowledge. That is, knowledge is present in the human mind at birth. It is not so much that we “learn” things in our daily experience, but that we “recollect” them. In […]

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Black lives matter is designed to change the fabric of a society. Christianity teaches that black lives do not matter. The European and American education system teaches that Black lives do not matter. It is impossible to use the intellectual mind or religion to solve this problem, because the problem is in the mind. If the solution to the merging battle grounds between police, the goverment enforcer of cultural beliefs, and the people, and the belief that all men are born with the rights to life, liberty and the pursuits of happiness, are to be achieved without a blood bath and another civil war, then a different path of leadership must develop. America cannot solve this problem, because America is the problem. America, the step child of England and Germany was founded on Eugenics.There is no way that the high priest of Christian thought or the intellectual minds of Ivy League Universities can solve this problem without going to the source, and time is almost out. Power does not surrender except through force. Black men do not march into ovens, the topic is not up for discussion.

Leadership Challenges for  Nations in Transition England conquered the world with the Bible and a sword. Nations of the world were taught all they had to do was to obey, submit and follow the words of the Lord and they would not feel the sword on their necks. […]

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