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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Chapter 6: Irregular War Lords What They Held Private from You - Human Exploitation

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He Wrote It
The journal of John Fox is fascinating read that documents his journey to the New World from England accompanied by William Penn, unintentionally transformed Fox’s mystical experiences into the Quaker religion after Fox’s death. Fox referred to Native Americans as friends, not murdering Indian savages as some other settlers did. His Native American friends protected Fox enabling him to travel safely from the Carolinas to New Hampshire. He preferred staying at tribal camps at the invitation of the chief rather than at the fortresses of colonial villages and towns. 
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"One tribal chief asked Fox why was he immune to the white man’s disease—insanity. The Lunacy Pandemic - 'Greed' No Respect for the Environment or the People Who Live It."
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The Lunacy Pandemic
 Why It Should Concern THEM!
The Lunacy Pandemic
'Greed'

Governor Rick Perry Declares War On U.S. Citizens April 2009, just as general lemay warned us about, "In this type of war you cannot – you must not – measure the effectiveness of the effort by the number of bridges destroyed, buildings damaged, vehicles burned, or any of the other standards that have been used for regular war-fare. The task is to destroy the effectiveness of the insurgent’s efforts and his ability to use the population for his own ends. ―General Curtis E. Lemay"


The End of The Irregular War Lords
What They Held Private from You - Human Exploitation


"Intrusion into your personal space, by persons or networks of mindless electronic devices, plagiarizers and patent trolls has robbed you of your creativity, spirituality, copyrights, income, and dreams." 

What Are These Things If I Did Not Risk My Life For You By Reporting 'Manslaughter' To The FBI and In Their Hands 

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I Don't Want To Obstruct Justice and Innocent People Go To Prison That Would be Violations of Natural Law 
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I Don't Want To Obstruct Justice and Innocent People Go To Prison That Would be Violations of Natural Law 

Chapter 6: Violations of Natural Law 

Our forefathers declared independence from tyranny of the British Crown on July 4, 1776, based on the laws of nature or natural law and nature’s God of entitlements. Could there be an everyday, ordinary, common God as real as nature or natural law that is the miracle of life that makes life worth living? The first paragraph of the thirteen colonies’ Declaration of Independence is justified by Natural Law: 



Core Human Beliefs Anywhere There Are Civilized People

“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” 

Is it true that all men are created equal and are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights? In a pragmatic sense, it is not a valid or sound proposition to say that all men are created equal if some are short, tall, weak, strong, or born healthy while some are domed to disease or other deficiencies. In accordance to natural law we can say that all men are created equal by an innate universal that ties all living things together as one. Mystics hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights; among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. 

I have no evidence that the authors of the Declaration of Independence were speaking of equality as a natural universal but I can account from archaeological evidence that Native Americans did associate nature as an equal balanced whole, or one thing tied to the other as equal and inseparable even after death. They were considered heathen savages by most Christian settlers, who were considered the worst of all evil by Native Americans for their disrespect to natural law. 

Irish Christian settlers had good relation with the Native Indians who by peaceful diplomacy or obedience to natural law, supplied the European settlers with fresh produce and the main force of westward expansion deep into the new world of North America. 

There is no doubt that from the time Columbus discovered the New World in 1492 to the failed colony of Jamestown and the successful establishment of the thirteen English colonies in 1776; naturalized settlers were influenced by Native Americans through some three hundred years of acclamation with Native American beliefs. 

The journal of John Fox is fascinating read that documents his journey to the New World from England accompanied by William Penn, unintentionally transformed Fox’s mystical experiences into the Quaker religion after Fox’s death. Fox referred to Native Americans as friends, not murdering Indian savages as some other settlers did. His Native American friends protected Fox enabling him to travel safely from the Carolinas to New Hampshire. He preferred staying at tribal camps at the invitation of the chief rather than at the fortresses of colonial villages and towns. 

One tribal chief asked Fox why was he was immune to the white man’s disease—insanity. Fox did not have an answer for the behavior of the colonists but what the Indians could not understand was that the colonists separated themselves from the whole while Fox, Native American’s, were an equal inseparable piece of the whole of nature. This view of the world is sometimes called a transpersonal view or Transpersonalism, not in a religious sense but as a matter of physics or the natural order of things. 

Around the turn of the century, or even as early as the 1990’s, academia of the United States grouped together to form a union of special interest of is the hallmark of American technical achievement. Like all special interest groups, independent voices are drowned out as the majority establishes rules to feed and promote the interest of the group upon itself and the original intent for the better good that once inspired the grassroots ideology is forgotten. 

The No Child Left behind Act proposed by George Bush with good intent in 2001 was a bold step to insure all children equal access to a quality education no matter what their social status, race, cultural dialectic, or income. However, it failed to achieve the desired results simply because of the complex social margins of America were grouped together with achievement standards at the state level as if all children were born with a standard of intellectual equality at birth instead of individuals with different needs and learning capacities. 

The program could have been successful if the reporting data systems statistics were not tied to funding, which corrupted the reports as “all was well.” Intelligent adjustments could have been modified to meet the needs at the local level if the statistics were not manipulated and the needs addressed accordingly and modified to reach the goal of no child left behind. While in some states, Texas for example dropouts rates rose to a historic all time high of 30% of all children in the state. 

Many of these children were of the brightest minds and the loss of potential contributions of the American body of knowledge is immeasurable but the symptoms of poor economic health was felt in November 2008 through the global economic crisis. If the measuring standards of academic achievement where not fudged for funding, adjustments could have been made at the classroom level that I believe would have stopped the race so no child really was left behind. Learning is a lifelong endeavor that is nonlinear and has no ridged time line. 


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Most tragic is the notion that math and science are standalone measures of the human intellect that leads to economic prosperity. Scientific discoveries would be impossible without the arts that drive the concepts of what it is we wish to achieve or what direction we wish to go that gives the best value of what makes life meaningful.


The notion of privacy and basic human rights, leads to a healthily global economy that is not measured by monetary gains but the well-being of the inhabitants of our global community. An education that does not contribute to a balanced, healthy, meaningful life is in vain.