Theatrical politics & policy: Anti-abortion bill back in the driver’s seat to divide our world
Oh boy, dare I traverse this heated debate which ripples across the country, and probably across the entire world?! It was this topic and a few others which taught me an interesting lesson while I was a teen: Our government doesn’t seem to get much done. In high school, I was on the student government, and further we had a program which took us to the state capitol in Springfield, IL, where we, as students, got to debate against other students from across the state –big fun! The shocking part for me was year after year, we had to address the same issues: Abortion, capital punishment, taxes, immigration, Stars Wars Initiative (at the time), minimum wage, social security, war on drugs (“this is your brain on drugs,” as we watched an egg sizzle in a frying pan), the Iran-Contra affair …this was the late 1980s.
That was a sobering life lesson that our government seems to go in circles year after year –election after election, they pull up these “same ol’ same ol’” issues, dust them off, and bring them back to life again to split our country and make us war against one another based on these heated topics, which most people have deep passionate emotions around. They continue to regurgitate these same issues over and over just to keep people in an endless state of anger and divisiveness. As we know, anger’s a low vibrating emotion, in which people can get stuck. All of the lower vibrating emotions can trap us within the lower vibrations of 3D, which –in my humble opinion– is what our beloved cabal wants. This in essence prevents us from shedding such vibrations making it utterly impossible to Ascend. Don’t be blindly pulled into their manipulation, allowing them to stay in control of us. They thrive –actually, they can only survive through lower vibrations of anger, fear, jealousy, sadness, disrespect, etc.
I digress, now back to the story… “The Republican congressman behind an anti-abortion bill that was controversially shelved this week has said his legislation will be put to a vote ‘in the relatively near future,’ …Arizona congressman Trent Franks, who introduced legislation to prevent rape victims from obtaining abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy if they have not reported the crime to police, said he had been personally assured by GOP leaders that the bill would still be put to a vote in the House of Representatives.”
Now this is exactly what I was talking about: “Controversially shelved,” as this story just reported, and yet they are now taking the decision of Roe v. Wade (allowing women to choose), and breaking it down into many parts so we can be divided again. By definition, Roe v. Wade placed a huge wedge into the heart of America, creating two camps: Pro-life and pro-choice. To this very day, we choose our sides and take our stand against our fellow citizens, nationally or internationally.
There’s not much else to report on this story, because as we’ve witnessed time and time again, the decision (for or against) will be broken down into parts to continue the country’s (and the world’s) divide against one another. Wake up, don’t fall for it. Stay centered, grounded, and neutral …as we watch these political theatrics ad infinitum (well, at least until the cabal is defeated!). The gig is up.
Police & Technology: Are our freedoms again at stake?
You guys are getting to know me pretty well by the stories I comment on week after week, and this one’s no different, as far as revealing happenings within our government that must be exposed and reported. To keep things lying under the rug, out of sight and out of mind, is one way we’ve been deceived by our beloved government.
“In 2001, the Supreme Court ruled that authorities cannot use thermal cameras or any radar system that was only being developed at the time to scan someone’s house without a warrant. But the authorities in last month’s incident used the Range-R without the proper paperwork, prompting the judges to note that usage of the device ‘will soon generate many questions for [the] court.’ Sure enough, privacy advocates are now concerned that Range-Rs are being used regularly without warrants. As Hanni Fakhoury, a lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told USA Today: ‘The problem isn’t that the police have this [radar]. The issue isn’t the technology; the issue is always about how you use it and what the safeguards are.’”
Sadly, it seems law enforcement agencies (at least 50 across the nation, according to USA Today) are in the muck again being out of integrity, by going behind our backs and purchasing handheld radars which enable them to “see through walls.” Range-R is the device they’ve been using which allows the user to detect movement within a 50ft radius. “Ars Technica looked through some documents detailing government expenditures and found that the US Marshals have spent over $52,000 on the radars since 2012. As each Range-R costs $6,000, the agency must have at least eight units in its possession. Even so, law enforcement agencies have managed to keep the fact that they’ve been buying Range-Rs on the down low for years.”
Government: CIA director retires, opening an opportunity for it to restructure itself leading toward humanity’s betterment
The director of CIA’s National Clandestine Service will be retiring: ”After a long and distinguished career at CIA… We thank him for this profound and lasting contributions to both CIA and to our nation’s security.” And yet, I find it incredibly difficult to refrain from stating the obvious that maybe this organization should avoid giving themselves a name, especially considering they are supposed to be “clandestine,” …just a thought. “First rule of fight club: You do not talk about fight club.”
“As a practice, the CIA doesn’t identify the head of the clandestine service by name. But Frank Archibald was outed in a Twitter post in 2013, and details of his biography were known to some journalists. Archibald, who was 57 when he took the job that year, reportedly served tours in Pakistan and Africa and also headed the CIA’s Latin America division. The Associated Press reported that Archibald ‘once ran the covert action that helped remove Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic from power.'”
If this is your first time reading my commentary, then you need know that I do not trust our government has our best interests at heart. That said, this story reports the CIA is considering a reorganization, which would threaten “the high-degree of independence it has traditionally enjoyed within the intelligence bureaucracy.” Well now, forgive me for stating the obvious: It is probably this high degree of independence, without checks & balances, that has been a breeding ground for corruption at the highest levels. Being the eternal optimist, I will give energy to this reorganization as part of the take down of the cabal –go Team Disclosure!
Please allow me to remind you… if your current situation is heavy, then this too shall pass, as we progress closer and closer to our freedom!
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