Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Family Member Shocked Upon Returning From the War in Afganistan to See What America Has Become

A Facebook Post I did on 1-15-14 that I think reflects the profound shift that those who live in it have pretty much gone blind to....

Erskien Lenier shared Reggie Jones's status.
This is a post by one of my cousins coming home from the war in the Middle East after years of being over there. Notice his shock at what he realizes immediately upon coming home. Them check out my response to his question.
So...I come home from Afghanistan to see repeated "Breaking News" on TV about Justin Beiber and some egg attack on a neighbor's house that caused thousands of dollars in damage. WTF world? Is this what the world cares about while our Soldiers are downrange risking our lives everyday?


Erskien Lenier Your correct! Mass reprogramming of people to specialize their focus upon things that don't matter is in place. Our country is now run by corporations and not the people or the government. It's all been sold out. To get a realistic recap of this play watch the videos here: the war on The Middle East was just a distraction for the war on the minds and hearts of America.
The Zeitgeist Movement is a global sustainability activist group working to bring the world together for the common goal of species sustainability before it is too late. It is a social movement, not a political one, with over 1100 chapters across nearly all countries. Divisive notions such as nation...

Erskien Lenier There has developed an underground movement to shake the masses out of this mass hypnosis and planning organizations amongst us that have blueprinted a better system to restore truth, transparency, accountability, fairness, compassion, security, social concern, and sustainability for all. It's called The Venus Project. It's not a Space Program. It's a brilliantly engineered plan for a global society beyond politics, the need for a monetary system and will make the reasons wars happen obsolete. Check it out here:
The Venus Project calls for a redesign of our culture in which war, poverty, hunger and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable, but as tot

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