Tag: Feelings

Thought of the day 01-30-2013

Thought of the day 01-30-2013

Today, I’ll be sharing the thought of one of my favorite person instead of my own. Hope you enjoy reading it.

Your government cannot protect your property by stealing half of it first. It cannot protect your life by threatening you with endless violent edicts. It cannot protect your money by forcing you to use a currency that it counterfeits at will. It cannot protect your children by sealing them up in 18th century mental prisons for years, while selling their futures off to the highest bidder…

To save the world, to free the world, to end war and imprisonment and abuse and torture and indoctrination and enslavement – and the taxes and debts that enable all such evils – we need to stop teaching our children the language of the state. If we raise our children without aggression, without raising our voices, without raising our hands, without bullying, without control, without punishment and manipulation – with gentleness and firmness and love – they will never fear authority, they will never submit to a brutal hierarchy, and they will never accept the moral authority of those who call themselves “the state.” Our children will clearly see the evil foolishness of institutional violence, because it will come as a shock and a surprise to them – instead of, as is so often the case now, an inevitable extension of how they are raised. Violence is a language we must unlearn – the only path to a peaceful future is to never teach our children that language to begin with.
– Stefan Molyneux

 

Thought of the day Jan 22 2013

Thought of the day Jan 22 2013

Tit fi tat and butta fi fish.
– Dean Barrow

Meaning: Because the other party did it, I am justified and am right in doing the same evil.

Dis weh blow ova like wah lee breeze.
– Said Musa

Meaning: People will forget what we did by the end of the day so I don’t care.

Johncrow only memba ih need house wen ih rain.
– Old Proverb

Meaning: People only remember the issues when they happen, then they forget all about them until they happen again.

Three things in daily life in Belize that the system takes advantage of and that people refuse to learn. We have literally become the living meaning of these.

WAKE UP!

So stand up – Stand up for them

STOP KILLING THE BABIES

No one asks to come into this world and no one deserves to die because of ill actions taken by teens and adults.  Ever notice that everyone that supports abortion was allowed to be born? Notice too that all those that supported slavery were free?

Is this the Holocaust of today?

So stand up. Stand up for them. Do the right thing. You don’t have to agree with us on everything, but repudiate Abortion Clinics. Unlike them on Facebook. Withdraw your support for them.

If you can’t do that, then please ask yourself whether I’m your friend. In fact, ask yourself whether anyone is.

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Why are we afraid of speaking up?

Today more than even it is evident that what is right is no longer going to be what is said or done for the most part. Why is that so?

For decades we have been and continue to be brainwashed into thinking that unless we are following the tide of what is considered “NORMAL” that we are wrong, even if what we believe in is right. This process is made up of two parts called Political Correctness and Victimization; things I wrote about a bit ago and I think it’s time to revisit.

Many will think that because you don’t speak up or don’t ask the hard questions it’s because you are afraid of the person or thing; well yes, to some extent that is true. But to fully understand that fear we need to ask ourselves why that fear in the first place?

I have some theories mostly based on factual evidence.
1.) Political abuse – as far as politics goes, we all know damn well that the moment you speak up against a political figure or affiliate you WILL get the sense. Sometimes this happens without even saying a word, you simply have to practice your right to vote and it happens. Talk to the numerous people who have either lost their jobs right after elections or who have been slandered, raided, arrested because of politics.
2.) Societal abuse – Fear of being attacked for saying something that opposes the topic of the day. Speak honestly about your opposition for something that causes controversy and you are labeled as something negative before you even finish your sentence. I’ve known people who have been branded as racists, bigots, phobes, etc..
3.) Brainwashing – We have been brought up by the folks of old not to question authority, not to search for the truth, quite literally “Do NOT be yourself” You must follow line and do not deviate.
4.) Miseducation – We as a people have been failed as far as education of the important aspects of civil society. The people have no damn idea what their rights as a citizen of their nation is much less how to practice those rights if they do know them. Those that know, exploit that ignorance for their own person.
5.) Plain old damn Laziness – This comes in combination to one or more of the above, people don’t know and refuse to learn; people see issues and refuse to take the chance that they may not be victimized. Everybody waits for someone else to do it for them.

Many issues are plaguing our nations and WE are failing ourselves and each other but most importantly our children… By silencing yourself on issues, you silence your children and their future.

Examples:

  • You’re walking down the street, you see a man hitting a woman. You think “Hm, I glad that that’s not me, I should do something but I might get attacked.” and then go about your business.
  • You know your children are in gangs or committing crimes but yet you defend them to the end even when the evidence is stacked against them.

Ever hear these used?

  • “You think you’re so smart!” (with a negative edge)
  • “Little boys/girls should be seen and not heard”
  • “That’s the craziest thing I’ve ever heard”
  • “What do you know!!” (with a negative dismissal)
  • “Not now, I’m busy (i.e., what you have to say isn’t important)
  • “Who told you that?!” (skepticism)
  • “Don’t say such a thing” (how can you say such a thing!)
  • “I don’t believe you.”
  • “You better not talk like that”
  • “God will punish you for saying/thinking that”
  • “That’s not a nice/good/ thing to say.”
  • “That’s not true; you’re stupid”
  • “What a crazy idea!”
  • “You don’t make any sense”
  • “You think you’re so smart!(sarcastically)
  • “You don’t think straight”
  • “You’re crazy!”
  • “What makes you think that way!”
  • “You don’t have half a brain”
  • “For someone so smart, you’re really stupid!”
  • “you’re an idiot!”
  • etc.

political correctnessavoidance of expressions or actions that can be perceived to exclude or marginalize or insult people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against.
victimizationto be made a victim of.

What we have done, unconsciously, is to create a self-representation, a self-image, a self-concept, really, an identity, that I am not credible, or I’m not smart, or intelligent. Our belief is, “I’m the stupid one.“, or (fill in the blank).

So, in order to be heard, seen, recognized, “met”, accepted, acknowledged or approved, many of us feel that having our own voice is not enough, that we are inadequate. So, to compensate for our sense of deficiency, we feel we have to bolster what we say and support our thoughts with other “experts’ information so we can be seen as “somebody” as opposed to being a “nobody”, stupid, someone who knows nothing, someone who is not very intelligent, wise, or smart.

Thus, many of us go through life silently, for example, remaining quiet at meetings, never writing our book, our poetry, our play, our music, deferring to others (the “experts”), and we remain fear-based, feeling insignificant, stupid, and frustrated, silently or overtly angry because we don’t feel “heard”,  because we feel we don’t “know enough” or “have the right information.” We just don’t have a good sense of our self.

“STAND UP NOW BEFORE THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO STAND UP FOR”
– CayoBuay

What’s the Deal?

Mere weeks after a national election, it is well for us to stop for a moment and analyze calmly and without prejudice the effect on our Nation of a victory by either of the major political parties.

The problem of the electorate is far deeper, far more vital than the continuance of the representation and/or Ministry of any individual. For the greater issue goes beyond units of humanity–it goes to humanity itself.

Give me your help not to win votes alone, but to win in this crusade to restore America to its own people.
– Franklin Roosevelt

People want peace of mind instead of a constant consuming fear.

People seek escape from the terrors that has haunted them for years now. They want the peace that comes from security in their homes: safety for their savings, permanence in their jobs, a fair profit from their enterprise. They want community peace that comes from the ability to meet the needs of community life: schools, playgrounds, parks, sanitation, highways–those things which are expected of solvent local government. They want escape from disintegration and bankruptcy in local and state affairs. People want peace within the Nation: protection of their currency, fairer wages, the ending of long hours of toil, the safety of their children from kidnappers, etc.

Today the nation is full of young men and young women for whom opportunity had become a will-o’-the-wisp.

I tell you today….
This can be changed. We can change it… We will change it.

We have not come this far without a struggle and I assure you we cannot go further without a struggle.

For decades this Nation has been plagued with hear-nothing, see-nothing, do-nothing Governments. The Nation looked to Government but the Government keeps looking away.

We have been struggling with the old enemies of peace–business and financial monopoly, speculation, reckless banking, class antagonism, sectionalism, war profiteering.

Politicians have taken the Government as an appendage to their own affairs. A government by organized money is just as dangerous as one by the mobs or gangs.

Brainstorming 1

So here are some of the things I’ve been brainstorming on for the past days about the road ahead in Belize… These are however, my thoughts only; they are not set to happen soon or under the current Govt but from the way things are going around the world I have been thinking about them.

  1. Continuation of what was started with the 8th Amendment
  2. Devaluation of the Bz. Dollar – Maybe other countries as well
  3. The end of the Election Process
  4. Trial without jury fully implemented
  5. Guilty before you commit a crime based on mere suspicion a la Minority Report put in place.
  6. Implementation of a mixed Police State / Dictatorship / Kleptocracy system.

There are some more things swirling around in my head but I have to give them some time…

Yes, Yes.. I know.. Before you post… These are my theories only, I do not want to hear your cries of “these are mere speculations not based on facts.” or whatever else you may want to say.. As I stated at the beginning of the post.. There are my thoughts only..

Gun Control and the After Effects

Walther model 4 Carl Walther Waffen Hand gun
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  • 1911 Turkey established gun control. From 1915-1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1929 The Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, approximately 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1935 China established gun control. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1938 Germany established gun control in 1938 and from 1939 to 1945, 6 to 7 million Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, the mentally ill, and 12 million Christians who were unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1956 Cambodia established gun control. From 1975 to 1977, one million “educated” people, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1964 Guatemala established gun control. From 1964 to 1981, 100,000 Mayan Indians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.
  • 1970 Uganda established gun control. From 1971 to 1979, 300,000 Christians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

Defenseless people rounded up and exterminated in the 20th Century because of gun control: 56 million.

The next time someone talks in favor of gun control, ask them “Who do YOU want to round up and exterminate?

With guns, we are citizens. Without them, we are subjects.

Something to think about… Don’t let the liberal media control your mind with their propaganda blitz. They want to blame crime on gun ownership to justify eventual gun confiscation, but their soft on crime law enforcement and pro-violence and immoral entertainment industry is the real cause.

Most of the politicians in both parties are controlled by the liberal establishment. In effect, we have a one party system. They deserve academy awards.

The Bible says, “A strong man armed protects his home.”