Monday, 29 August 2011

HAARP, the Euro and the shootings in Norway

I heard someone say today: “Not everything is a conspiracy.” I totally agree. Just like I have to say that not every conspiracy theorist is a crackpot crazy person!

It’s so true, everything is not about conspiracy. However, there are some times when you just have to admit that the evidence surrounding the events just don’t add up. Sometimes, it’s because the events that happen just seem too coincidental to be natural occurrences.

Sometimes, it’s because events just don’t tie in with the “average norm” of the status quo. And, sometimes people’s behaviour and the unfolding of events are just too fantastic to be credible.

Of course, if a series of events take place over a long period of time, then thanks to our short-term memory, we only look at each event as a singular isolated incident. On its own, each event doesn’t mean very much. It has its own importance, but it’s only relative in the grand scheme of things. Only when we put the pieces together do we start to get a bigger and clearer picture.

I continue to reiterate that I am not by any means a conspiracy theorist. I also keep repeating myself when I say that what I write are just a few of the ramblings that take place in my head.

If you don’t like what I write, don’t read it. If you don’t believe me, that’s good. Nobody should take anybody’s word for anything until they have done their own due diligence and found the answers for themselves. If you can see where I’m coming from, good on you but please still draw your own conclusions.

As a professional singer, I’ve had the honour of working with many magicians in my time. Some were bad and some were so good that even close up, nobody could figure out how they were pulling their tricks off. Whether they were good or bad though, the one thing they all had in common was the art of distraction and optical deception.

Magicians and their assistants know how to set the scene and perfectly create an illusion that appears to us to be reality. As we all know though, reality is what’s going on behind the illusion to make it all seem real.

I see global politics a little like a magic show. Politicians and governments are merely assistants to and a facade for the billionaires who put them where they are. Politicians’ speeches and actions serve only to distract us from the real issues going on beneath the surface of real politics.

I don’t really understand politics and it’s not something I get into, but the events that have taken place over the last month or so has me thinking. I wonder if I can get you thinking too. Not because I want you to think how horrid what I’m saying is, but because if you can draw the same conclusions as me, then maybe we can all stand on the same road towards making a difference, in the world, when it counts the most.

Before last week, I don’t think that in my 43 years on this planet I’d ever heard of an earthquake in Washington.

Now, I’d be inclined to believe that it is possible that global weather patterns have changed and decided to rampage through New York and Washington DC, but lots of things convince me this is no coincidence and no act of nature.

Ostracize me if you will but just stop and think for a moment.

  • Never before in the history of the world have I ever heard of a city the size of New York City being shut down for the sake of a hurricane. My memory’s not that good but I can’t even remember hearing of a rampant hurricane in New York, period.
  • Obama’s speech to the American people to take this warning very seriously and the expression on his face were that of fear. It made me immediately think: “What does he know that we don’t?”
  • All US and a few EU networks seem to be instilling the fear of God into people. I’ve never seen this kind of sensationalist fear publicized for any hurricane before. Again, it makes me think: “Is there more going on than we know?”

On the Internet, I found a series of meteorological radar scans that imply and quite possibly provide evidence to suggest that this particularly huge hurricane had a less than Divine creative hand. Unless, of course, the Divine Creator has been given time off for good behaviour and HAARP is the temporary replacement. Maybe the Divine Creator has been fired all together.

The global political world has always shown concern about weapons of mass destruction, yet HAARP is the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. The most extraordinary and genial aspect of it is that nobody can prove what it can do. So, the perpetrators behind it can never be brought to justice.

HAARP is the stuff science fiction is made of. It’s so super-fantastic, we refuse to truly acknowledge its existence because we can’t quite wrap our brains around the concept that it can mimic God. Not only, but it comes fully installed with its own GPS system. So, the hand of HAARP can touch down whenever and wherever least expected.

HAARP is the ultimate paid assassin and its latest target, in the generally held opinion among conspiracy theorists, is Wall Street. Why? I can’t answer that, but I can give a few suggestions based on events that have taken place over the last month or so.

First of all, there’s been much talk in the mainstream and alternate media about the world being completely bankrupt. Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal (if I’m not mistaken) want out of the Euro. After these countries announced there wish to get out of the Euro, experts started talking about the Euro being on the brink of collapse. What was discussed less in the mainstream media but was mentioned more in the not so mainstream media was the collapse of the dollar.

I’m not an expert but if Wall Street is destroyed by the hurricane, will it mean world markets will crash too? Another very important question, I think, is will this be the excuse banks need to wipe out our savings “legally” as happened with so many Icelandic investors?

Even if this isn’t the main motive behind Irene, the destruction of New York City will mean a huge boost for American economy. In fact, the more damage the better. Houses will need rebuilding. Wounded will need medical care. People who have been evacuated and need to return will have to splash out on all their relocation costs. Public and private transport requires fuel. I’m sure if you sat down and thought about this enough, you could come up with more ideas than me.

In fact, a couple of these hurricanes a year in key places could set the ball rolling for the happy and healthy prosperity of all global economy! The world could be booming again. Oh, sorry, I meant to say the financially rich will get financially richer and the financially poor will get financially poorer.

Yet, in everything that could happen and everything that has happened, there is one disturbing intuition I can’t let go of; the shootings in Norway. There is an amass of information now on the Internet that concludes the events in Norway were a false flag; ingeniously carried out to start an inter-cultural feud in a country that has always been multi-culturally avant guard.

The idea my inner spirit keeps fighting is that the shootings were random and that Anders Behring Breivik is a Christian extremist. I think there’s much more to it. I don’t think this man is who he claims to be nor who the Internet and Media are making him out to be. I don’t think the shootings were random. I think they were carefully thought through.

I think Breivik was a puppet carrying out orders. One clue to us all is Breivik’s insistence on refusing criminal responsibility. He accepted and pleaded guilty to pulling the trigger but but he denied criminal responsibility. Only a man who is not the mastermind behind these events would make such a claim.

So, I went digging around on the Internet to find out some information about the students who were killed. I found some very interesting, and perhaps coincidental (or not) facts.

We were told the students were part of Norway’s Youth Labour party. What we weren’t told is that a great number of the deceased were studying at the University of Svalbard, which carries in the areas of biology, geology, technology and geophysics in the arctic region.

For those who don’t know, like I didn’t, the university of Svalbard is closely linked to HAARP. Why? Well, in Norway there is something called EISCAT; the European Incoherent Scatter Scientific Association. They run scatter radar systems at various sites in the country; one of which is Tromso; coincidentally not very far from where the shootings took place.

The purpose of EISCAT is to study earth-sun interactions based on changes in the ionosphere. At one of the installations, EISCAT operate an ionospheric heating device very similar to HAARP.

Another interesting fact about EISCAT is that it is co-funded by the United Kingdom - that saw rioting this month - by Japan - that suffered a devastating earthquake and Tsunami; by Norway - which saw explosions and shootings; by Finland, Sweden, China - which had its fair share of disasters last year and at the beginning of this year; and finally by Germany, who wants to bail Europe out of its financial crisis.

However, moving on, my questions are:

Is EISCAT a competitor of HAARP?

Does EISCAT work with HAARP?

If HAARP was brewing something up in the ionosphere, what if EISCAT or Svalbard University students discovered it?

Could this have been a warning to the Scandinavian countries funding the project?

Is there a ploy to get EISCAT’s funding cut? That way HAARP would be the only weapon of its kind in the world.

I guess I’ll never find the answers to my questions. As per all odd cases, nobody will ever prove anything. Then, one day when we look back even the destruction hurricane Irene brings will be another singular isolated event in the memories of most people.

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Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Mind Set Central

I'm honoured to say that I've officially been given a warm blanket and a comfy cabin to voice my rantings - An especially big thank you to Gareth and Alex for welcoming me "home" and into the team aboard the Mind Set Central ship. It's calling at your port. So, come visit!

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Nuclear Tests and Climate Change

I love a doubting Thomas. I feed off people who doubt me and anything I say. Call it masochistic but I get a real kick out of people who just shoot off at the mouth and imply I don’t know what I’m doing or what I’m talking about.

I’m sure there are times it may seem that I really don’t have a clue, but 90% of the time I don’t speak unless what I have to say is important, interesting, relevant and backed up by facts, science and/or experience. At my age I prefer silence to blabbering for the sake of it, and I’m really not that fond of the sound of my own voice.

However, it’s thanks to people who doubted me, and continue to doubt me, that I am where I am today and that I’m doing what I love doing. As a teenager growing up in a small environment, if it hadn’t been for my father telling me I couldn’t and my step mother saying I wouldn’t, I would never have pushed myself so hard in life to achieve all the dreams I aspired to back then.

Just recently, because of a somewhat controversial podcast I took part in, I was accused of needing a straightjacket and electro-therapy by a not so anonymous “Someone in Madeira;” afraid to use their own name while commenting. I guess this is one beautiful aspect of the Internet. If we so wish, we can attack people online, even people we would normally refer to as a friend, and hide behind bravados, fake IDs and cyber nics.

It’s all very convenient, but I fear we should make the most of it while we can because there will come a day when anonymity will be completely eradicated from our dictionaries along with the privileges associated with it. However, that’s not my reason for sitting here and typing away today.

Since I stand accused of being a mad woman, I thought I might present my “sanity” defence case. First though, I must say that my opinions are just that; my opinions. I don’t think they are one singular truth. I don’t expect anyone to take them on as truth. In fact, I don’t think there is one singular truth in the world we live in.

All I try to do is present ideas for people to think about. I offer an alternative view, or maybe just even my view, for things that many people never question. I don’t have all the answers. Maybe I don’t even have some of the answers but quite frankly, I think that nowadays so much is done underhandedly, corruptly, illegally and at a cost of our lives and our freedom. We are led to believe so much rubbish by mainstream media and very few question it.

In the offending Mind Set Central podcast in question, I refer to the freak floods and landslides in Madeira as being similar to, or actually as an after shock equivalent to those post nuclear warhead detonation. I actually said that Madeira’s situation was a result/consequence of whatever triggered the earthquake in Haiti. Very bold of me, I know but I can assure you all that mine are not the rantings of an insane mind.

The environmental effects of nuclear detonations are well documented. Anyone can find them on the Internet. In 1979, a large nuclear underwater test, which was suppose to happen at a depth of 800 meters , detonated at just 400 meters where the nuclear warhead got stuck. Not only did the detonation cause an underwater landslide (which might be expected) but also a Tsunami in Moruroa. The French government, who were carrying out the test, denied any link between nuclear testing and the tidal wave until 1985 when they assumed responsibility for the accident.

Studies have revealed that smoke and soot resulting from nuclear blasts completely change our ecosystem; cooling the earth and making living conditions similar to, or worse than, the ice age. Not only, but residue particles would sit in the earth’s atmosphere for a very long time.

In 1998, a study was released that linked a severe drought in Rajastan, (India) to Asian nuclear testing. The study used meteorologic data to back its claims up. Researchers noted that atmospheric pressure and clouds had been affected. They also noted, and I quote: ... These effects included anomalous changes in global earthquake patterns, changes in upper atmospheric temperature, and anomalous perturbances in the Earth's polar motion.

Furthermore, here’s an interesting excerpt from the study:

11-13 May: India tests five (5) nuclear bomb tests underground at its test site near the Pakistan border. The explosions measured up to 5.6 Magnitude on the world's seismological network. Yields were said to be around 10 KT.

22 May: Killer heat wave hits India and Pakistan, with temperatures up to 120 F, and 34 dead as of this date. "the lingering early-season heat wave is unusually severe". The heat wave occurred so quickly after the nuclear tests, and ordinary citizens in the region were asking questions about the relationship between the two events so frequently, such that the Indian Meteorological officials made a public statement denying any relationship.

27 May: China reports massive flooding. 128 dead (The floods in China appear related to a high-pressure blockage over India of Easterly winds, which were forced northward to dump their moisture along the eastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau.)

28 May: Pakistan tests five (5) nuclear bomb tests underground at its test site near the Indian border. The explosions measured up to 4.6 Magnitude.

29 May: "366 Dead in India Heat Wave" Temperatures up to 122 F. "Most devastating heat wave in years"

30 May: Killer earthquake in Afghanistan. 2,500 dead, 6.9 Magnitude.

1 June: Another 100 dead in India Heat Wave.

5 June: Heat wave in India/Pakistan death toll up to 1,359 persons.

5 June: Swarms of tornadoes across the USA. Spencer, South Dakota is wiped off the map. Also in Michigan, Tennessee, Pensylvania and New York -- regions where tornadoes are highly unusual.

12 June: Heat wave in India/Pakistan death toll now at 2,500 persons.

12-19 June: China reports flooding, 100,000 persons evacuated, 40 deaths.

19 June: "Weather block" reported across USA, in place for several weeks (back dates approximately to the time of the Pakistani tests). Florida going bone-dry. Considered to be the by-product of "heat from the expired El Nino" (If El Nino has "expired" then from where does the heat come? This statement is highly over-reaching, searching for an answer, but falls short due to lack of adequate mechanism.)

3 July: Wildfires across Florida. Tens of thousands evacuated. Heat wave and smokes from Mexico to Texas to Florida.

3 July: Severe monsoon storms wreak havoc in Sri Lanka. 60 mph winds. Nature is pushing agains the blockage.

9 July: Subtle shift in tropical weather globally: Fires weaken in Florida, rains developing in drought areas of Africa, India, etc.

18 July: Heat wave now moving north, spreading into Midwest and West USA.

In addition to the above, civil riots also errupted in parts of India and Indonesia following the nuclear tests, and a wholely unanticipated border war errupted between Eritrea and Ethiopia (whose leaders are former allies).

This is just a very small example to give you an idea of how nuclear testing affects atmospheric conditions and global climate change.

The Haitian earthquake happen on the 12th January 2010. Madeira suffered a severe freak downpour and subsequent flooding, with landslides, on February 20th of the same year.

As a matter of information Haiti is situated at 18.971187,-72.285215 latitude and longitude. Madeira is at: 32.760707,-16.959472. The distance in Kms between the two is: 5706.24.

If Asian nuclear testing can have consequences in regions such as Florida, Sri Lanka and China, is it not plausible to think that a nuclear detonation, or something capable of mimicking a nuclear blast, placed between the tectonic plates of Haiti, could cause disastrous consequences on the island of Madeira? I think it is.

Too many things happened around the world in such a short space of time for me to believe that a) they were all natural occurrences or b) that they were caused by nuclear detonations. Between January and July 2010 alone there were earthquakes in Haiti, the Obi islands, Pico Rivera (Mexico - Near California), Turkey, Argentina, Chile, Indonesia and the Tibetan autonomous Region of Kyedudo. There were floodings and mudslides in Sicily, Brasil, Madeira, Uganda and Eastern India, avalanches in Kohistan, British Colombia and Salang; not to mention the volcanic eruption in Iceland or the unusual climatic conditions the world saw last year; particularly in Europe. Not forgetting of course all the dead fish that turned up along many coastlines; for which might I hasten, no scientific report has been given.

This material and much more reading I have done, suggests (to me) that the only weapon capable of such mass geographical and climatic change is HAARP. However, that would be opening a whole new can of worms to write about.

So, before anyone wants to bind me up in a straightjacket or give me electro-shocks, you might consider the only “crazy” thing about me is the amount of time I spend online reading, researching and then writing articles about my findings.

Anyone interested in reading my previous article, posted in April 2010, on natural disasters vs nuclear detonation can find it here:

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Sunday, 14 August 2011

Dreams Part 2 - Mind Set Central Podcast

After having the honour of being a part of Mind Set Central's broadcast last week, I was privileged to be invited back this week. WOW! What a show! A great team and another great conversation. Thank you!

Sunday, 7 August 2011


Well, ladies and gentleman ... Today was a really exciting day for me. I was invited to partake in the Mind Set Central Podcast about Dreams. It was a really great discussion with lots of ideas bounced backwards and forwards. Great team, great topic, great debate! I was honoured to be a part of it. Thank you!

Wednesday, 3 August 2011

The World has to change! (Part 1)

When I decided to become a Buddhist, aside from the fundamental vows I took, I took certain other “extra” vows as part of a demonstration of my dedication to Buddhism and its philosophy. Essentially, I vowed to always try and live my life with the best interest of others in my heart, mind and actions.

At the time, I remember my teacher saying that if I couldn’t find like-minded people with whom to share doing something beneficial for others, then I had to do it alone. My immediate thoughts were: “I am only one, how can I make a difference?”

That was 2 years ago this month. Today, thanks to the beautiful people in my life; physically and virtually, near and far, I have been made to understand and realise that I can make a difference. I may only scratch the surface, but that’s enough for a little seed to be planted for the future. Slowly, the little seed will germinate. It will grow. It will ripen and one day it will give fruits.

I am only one person but I have a voice and just like me, you are one person but you have a voice too. You and I have friends and those friends have friends who have friends who have friends, and they all have a voice too. Together we can be a united voice; louder than most others.

I know I keep saying this but I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I’m not even a political person. I think there are far more beautiful things in life to be interested in, and enjoyed, other than politics and conspiracy. Yesterday, a friend suggested that I could take up knitting, sewing or cross-stitch. I totally agree. These pursuits would rattle my one brain cell far less than who’s killing who in the world; who’s controlling food supplies, who’s bombing who, which pharmaceutical company is trying to poison us next and which country is the latest target of HAARP.

I could of course just turn my back on it all. Many do. I could just sit here and play Farmtown on Facebook instead of reading articles about the wrong-doings in the world. I could go and get my hair done instead of writing articles to inform others. However, playing Farmtown and getting my hair done is not going to help anyone, and it’s certainly not going to make a difference anywhere to anyone.

My dear brothers and sisters of the world, things here on earth need to change and they need to change drastically. Now is the time to start bringing this change about. The world, as we know it, is about to crash in all respects and we are on a path to self-destruction.

The financial system is about to go into complete failure. The world, as defined by countries, is essentially bankrupt. Between 80 and 90% of all the world resources are practically owned by a 1% elite of individuals. A handful of private companies control the entire world’s food supply. Please read that sentence again, out loud and very slowly.

These companies are not public. They are privately owned. So, the entire world’s food supply is in the hands of 6 or 7 CEOs. Let me put this another way. The entire food supply to roughly 6,775,235,700 of us here on earth is solely in the hands of 6 or 7 people.And, there was me worried that I, alone, couldn’t make a difference.

Not only, but Monsanto, BASF, Bayer Crop Science, Dow AgroSciences, DuPont and Syngenta are slowly moving in and taking over the whole global seed market. This means, that if things continue along this path, our global agriculture will be in the hands of pharmaceutical and chemical companies.

With the rigorous patent and purchase laws these companies are using, soon organic farming will be a thing of the past. We will all be forced to consume biologically engineered products.

Has anyone ever stopped to ask themselves, how the hell this happened? Did anybody, who is not a conspiracy theorist, know any of these facts? Or, have we become a people that just as long as food is readily available in our country, we close our eyes and don’t give a damn!

Well, we should give a damn. This is not a conspiracy issue or theory. We’re not talking about aliens taking over the world. We’re talking about pharmaceutical and chemical companies controlling what we eat.

And, now the Horn of Africa is facing one of the worst famine’s yet. People are dyeing trying to get to food and water; food and water - two essential basic necessities in life. What if WE had nothing to eat and nothing to drink; not even water.

I’m sure everyone, at some point, has had a hospital appointment where you’re not allowed to eat or drink anything for up to 12 hours beforehand. How did that feel? Can you imagine having that feeling 24 hours a day?

Unfortunately, the general truth is we don’t want to deal with any of it. We turn away from it and hope someone else out there will resolve it as soon as possible. Our emotions are so deeply touched by the horrifying images of reality, we close our eyes to it. We’re so saturated by the sensationalism of new journalistic styles of reporting, we put the kettle on when horrors appear in the news, and we skip the terrible pages in our newspapers.

Of course, there’s also the horrifying reality that some would choose to ignore the situation because their skin differs in colour or because their religion doesn’t match up. Or, because well, they’re foreign.

I find it very sad that people judge each other by what the eyes see and by other superficial external factors. Yet, I find it even sadder still when, because of these judgements, we cease to see others as dignified human beings. Equal to - if not, better than us. Yet, fundamentally the same as us.

During my short time here, I have travelled half way around the world. I have met, worked and/or lived among people of just about every country on this planet. I never met one person who didn’t cry the same way I do. I never met one person who didn’t bleed the same way I do. I never met anyone who didn’t have essentially the same fundamentals towards life as I do and that is to live, to work, to take care of the family and to have somewhere to call home.

You and I and them, we are all the same.

Those who wish to keep us apart, do so with excuses:

  • They argue that we speak different languages. Well, let me tell you that body language and gestures are one and the same all the world over. I know. I had great conversations in Oman, Dubai, Nepal, India, Bahrain, Cyprus, Portugal, France, Germany, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Lithuania, Estonia, China, Tunisia, Egypt, Spain, Switzerland, and many more countries before I could speak anything of the language. The only qualities needed to communicate with another human being who speaks a different language are desire and interest.

  • They argue that we pray to different Gods. I think this is one of the most pathetic excuses there is. The only potential reason I can see for this working, is because it plays on people’s sensitivity about their interpretation and belief in God. It’s not about God at all. Every religion that believes in a Higher being, agrees there is only one Creator. So what if his (or her) name is one thing among one people and another among another?

    I have friends and have also worked with people of ALL world faiths and beliefs. We never argue. We NEVER fight and we don’t go around trying to impose our religious views on one another. If anything, I feel that my understanding of global cultures has been truly enriched by the exchange with these beautiful people. Sometimes, I have felt truly humbled. We’ve certainly never run around trying to blow each other up!

    I’m sorry but religion is not an excuse for hatred. Hold on, do I hear someone thinking: “What about fanatics, fundamentalists and extremists.” Good point. What about them? They exist in every religion. They exist in every sport. Hell, football hooligans have probably caused damage on a more regular basis than religious fanatics! They exist in pop music. That’s why many stars complain of being stalked. A fanatic is a person who is obsessed. Obsession is a psychological condition and not a religious trait!

  • When all else fails, they drag out the old terrorism argument. Personally, I think this argument is getting tiring as well. Just recently, the horrific events in Norway, (may the victims rest in peace,) were used as an excuse to try and bring to the forefront another barrier between the West and the East.

    I have two issues with what happened in Norway:
      1. When a gunman walks into a shopping mall or a school in the UK or in the US, as has happened, and starts shooting people down at random, does this automatically make him a Muslim terrorist? Does he automatically qualify as a member of Al-Qaeda? (which is dubious ever existed)

        I think we’ve allowed politicians and the Media to plant too many seeds in our heads that shouldn’t be there. We forget, there are still a great number of very sad cases of psychological disturbances out there.

      2. Just after the events took place in Norway, why were world leaders in such a hurry to jump up and down and shout: “Muslim fundamentalists and Al-Qaeda” before there was any investigation into what happened? To me, it was as if every script had been written, faxed around the world and moulded to suit the country speakers.

        The most ironic thing I’m still trying to digest is the new statement from one of Norway’s politicians saying that Norway is tired of cultural diversity. Norway has always been one of the most peaceful countries there is in the world. Why should someone somewhere want to change this? What exactly is there to gain from Norway changing its position on peace with the East?

        Is NATO looking for more allies to go off bombing with? Do they need more cash for their arm supplies? Of course, I’m not being cynical here but it does seem a little strange, doesn’t it?

        There is one last thing I would love everyone to think about please. Despite what the Media reported, despite anything you ever hear, just think about this one question: “Why would any extremist, fanatical, whatever you like terrorist, who so say hates the West so much, bomb buildings on a public holiday when everyone is out of office?”

        Actually, if you look on youtube, there is a great photo reportage that shows the Media actually falsified the images and the events they reported on television.

Nothing is ever really exclusively about religion. It’s more about people. It’s about individual human beings with different cultures and beliefs managing to get along in peace. Aside from my beautiful Buddhist friends, some of my closer friends are Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, Atheist, Hindu, Sikh, Spiritual and Protestant. If I have a strong bond with them and we share this beautiful friendship, it’s because we love each other for who we are and not what labels have been assigned to us. Instead of choosing to see what separates us, we decided to opt for everything that unites us. That is what makes us friends.

I’m sorry but for too long, we’ve allowed greed to rule over us. For too long, we’ve allowed hatred to come between us as one people of the same nature; just living in different nations. For too long, we’ve relinquished our voices and given up our rights as free human beings born on a planet that needs love and nurture to stay alive and house us. For too long, we’ve believed the false promises and blatant lies of all those who have only one interests; to get rich by keeping us serving their will.

We fill their pockets, we fund their wars, we kill our fellow human beings for them. It’s got to end. We have to turn the world around. We, the people who still give a damn, have to make change happen.


  • Stop giving them your money. Be wise about where you shop and how you shop. Find out who you’re buying from and what they’re doing with your money. I don’t know about you but if you’re like me, then we work very hard for our annual cash supply. So, we should choose wisely who to give it to and whether they deserve it.

  • Stop voting for politicians because they look good in Armani. Stop giving them power. Listen to what they say. Do they contradict themselves? Who backs them? Who’s donating to the election campaign? Are they honest?

  • Stop believing everything you hear or see on television, on the radio and in newspapers. Ask questions. Evaluate what you read.
  • Take back your right to have a voice and express it. Stand united with others who are like-minded. There is strength in Union. Come together like brothers and sisters from all nations, with the common goal of saving the world and life on it.
  • Don’t feed hate. Shake your neighbours’ hand; no matter what his or her skin colour is or what he or she believes in. Use social Media to get your voice out there.
  • Remember that, unless you never leave your home ever in your life, you too will be a stranger somewhere somewhen. So, try to make strangers around you feel the way you would like to feel if roles were reversed.

  • Don’t try and force each others’ ideals onto one another. There’s no need for one ideal to prevail and another to fade away. They can all co-exist with an equal amount of respect, flexibility and mental aperture.

Peace. May your table always have food on it and may you never be without water. May you, your loved ones and friends always be happy and healthy.

May your God bless you always