What if I told you approximately 150 people run this world? How could such a thing be possible? Why would global citizens allow such a thing to happen? Who could possibly believe such a thing?
Well, 150 people are running this world. They are the elite members of NGOs. You just don’t know it. Or worse, you have chosen to ignore it. They have no loyalty to any country. They operate from a global viewpoint.
They decide who runs governments, banks, stock exchanges, companies, and even religious institutions. They decide which countries will thrive. …
I never in my wildest dreams would have imagined myself as a caretaker of someone suffering from dementia. I never could have conceived that someone would be my wife of 44 years.
Let me ask you this? What if your life was turned upside down in a single day? What if you received a prognosis from a doctor that someone you love or yourself has dementia?
Yeah, that is what happened. Talk about being totally and completely unprepared for the waterfall I was about to cascade over.
Over the last two decades, many rural Americans have seen drastic changes in their communities. The city hubs that once supported their greater rural areas have seen steel, tobacco, textile, and automotive plants close. Not only did these plants provide the highest wages, but they also offered quality healthcare for the employees. To be honest, this trend is eliminating middle-income jobs across the country, a leading factor in the decline of the American middle class.
Like so many jobs in the United States, these jobs will NOT return. Millions already unemployed face losing health benefits. Politicians will preach to them…
Why would anyone running for President do everything in his power to anger voters in the states with the highest populations? It would seem to be a losing proposition right from the start.
And why would a New York City real estate mogul target rural voters to be the base of his support?
Trump’s 2016 campaign WAS NEVER intended to win the election. What were the real intentions of his campaign? The first and foremost was to aid Putin in sowing discord among Americans. His reward for this would have been more money in his pocket with a Trump Tower…
A Human Life In Perspective
There are 700,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets in the universe. That’s 700 quintillions. The universe is 13.8 billion years old. The average lifespan of a human is 79 years. To put a lifetime into perspective that is 0.0000005724637681% of the age of the universe.
So, in reality, a human lifetime fails to register as even an insignificant speck of time. A beat of a hummingbird’s wings is universally speaking much longer than a lifetime. It doesn’t matter if you are an illiterate person or a historically famous one. …
The greatest achievements of humanity can be traced back to wonder. How many great historical figures asked themselves…What if I could…why does that happen if I…where does this path lead to…who was the first person to…how can I…you get the point.
Wonder or curiosity to humans is like water to a fish. We cannot survive without it. Now don’t get me wrong, there certainly are those of us that choose utter ignorance as their lifestyle choice. They rarely stray from a beaten path, never wondering what may occur if they stepped into the forest.
Imagine if the ancients Greeks Pythagoras…
The majority of Americans shake their heads in wonder that a man with Trump’s qualifications -NONE- could have become the President of the United States.
The popular justifications are:
The electoral college (no longer needed and should be abolished0
Hillary Clinton (a horrible, but completely qualified candidate)
The News Media (we could blame them for everything bad in America)
Poor Voter Turnout (no doubt on this one as it reflects that the dumbing down of America worked)
All of these are legitimate arguments, but none are the reason America is where it is right now.
The only justification one needs…
Stalin and his predecessors have killed nearly 62 million people in Russia/Soviet Union. Hitler and his Nazi cronies killed 6 to 7 million in the death camps they built. A recent report puts that number around 20 million. But Trump, in his infinite callousness, simply must ignore science to reach death tolls of approximately 7–8 million people.
The sheer convenience of this should escape no one. Trump does not have to spend tax dollars building death camps, nor does he have to round up millions of Americans and have them work for slave labor. Nope, he just needs to convince…
The meanderings of a multifarious writer