Maybe avoiding difficult conversations keeps us in the dark about what’s been happening in our world.
We can’t change a thing if we don’t know about it.
Understandably, readers have written in with various levels of both objection and support for our posting of positive President Trump news and ideas.
The angry, name-calling emails aren’t very inspirational, but today I received a sincere inquiry asking how I reconcile feeling happy that Donald Trump is my President.
I’m pleased to answer.
I happen to share concern over the President’s position on environmental issues, and I’ll add my trepidation about the government’s current stance on the safety of GMO crops. I’m also probably naive and unquenchably positive about things, though.
Are we Creators or are we not?
In my view, the human corruption has to be addressed before whatever environmental reparations can be made. Under the current system, I wouldn’t trust that any action purported to be taken actually would be.
Soros has apparently infiltrated a great many pro-environment organizations and our compassion appears to have been used – and is being used – against us on many fronts.
In fact, it seems that every single aspect of our world and society has been infiltrated and used to control the population. There can be no doubt that energy production is a huge part of those manipulations.
Consider that President Trump has been a successful businessman with a global presence for his entire adult life. He’s run with the elite as a matter of course, and he knows how they operate and what they do.
Who better to help create and orchestrate a plan to rid the world of that control?
His personality has never been anything but what we see now, so I’m not sure what the message would be if, as President, he suddenly became politically correct.
I personally appreciate direct communication. In the case of the people that he tweets about in what could be seen as a disrespectful way … it’s never been without a justification that may not be visible to all who read his words.
It could be that when the horrific truth is finally revealed, people may wonder why it took so flipping long to put an end to it. People may understand at that point why such language would have been used in the aforementioned offensive tweets.
Donald Trump may know things about what they’ve done that would turn our stomachs. If that ends up being true, would we not be eternally grateful that such a brash and direct juggernaut of accomplishment stepped up to take the job?
Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, and DJT said he didn’t want to send money because he knew it would be stolen by a corrupt government. The money was sent, anyway, and that’s exactly what turned out to be true.
Leaked emails between the governor and members of his cabinet, advisors and others revealed a number of “crimes, misdemeanors and just plain stupidity.” (1)
A half million people protested Governor Ricardo Rosello for 10 days until he resigned, effective August 2nd.
As this reader noted in her message, a judgment that Trump is guilty of “mistreatment of women” surely does originate with the MSM. I asked a friend to show me the “Grab ’em by the pussy” clip.
What comes to me about that is that any man who’s had a lifetime of wealth and privilege would likely be able to recount stories of being approached or pursued by women stalking power.
The statement in question was part of a bigger conversation about how some women will allow and invite pretty much anything in order to be swimming in the same pool as the rich and powerful.
Do I feel that such a thing is exemplary and what I’d love all men to be aware of and feel to be so? Most certainly not. It’s human, though. Do I feel that the statement negatively affects how my President performs in his duly elected position? Not even a little bit.
I can’t see that Melania would allow herself to be mistreated, either. Have you noticed how tender he is with Angel Moms? With our wounded soldiers and the families of those who gave their lives for our Country? His list of female appointees is long, yet the MSM doesn’t cover that.
A Presidential appointment in April of 2018 may surprise some folks who feel that Trump’s issue with Ilhan Omar has anything whatesoever to do with her race or gender. Brigadier General Lorna Mahlock was born in Kingston, Jamaica and is the first black woman to achieve that rank. Painting the President as a racist is an overused and inaccurate meme.
It seems clear to me that he cares deeply for America and her people, and that those striving to avoid exposure and prosecution are the ones driving the Orange Man Bad bus.
Back to the environment…
Drugs and human trafficking have become a major part of our economy. In order to keep everything from crashing when the flow of dollars from those nefarious activities gets cut off, the President needed to ensure that a robust economy sourced from other things was in place.
Tariffs on cheap Chinese steel fired up the PA steel mills and changing our trade agreements brought manufacturing back to the United States.
Unfortunately, fossil-fuel energy production is another viable way of beefing up our economy. It’s a first-things-first kind of thing. I don’t love that part at all, but here’s where my hopeful naivete comes in.
I can’t imagine that with all this talk about our Space Force and the vital need for it, Donald Trump is unaware of the presence of extraterrestrials.
If we’re as close to disclosure as I feel us to be and as channeled messages say we are ~ and my President is aware of and in communication with our Galactic friends ~ the environmental clean-up of our beautiful planet will be underway and even complete in short order.
Sustainable energy production will be only one of many other positive changes to take place for all of us.
This will all unfold as it will, no matter how well we agree on what’s in place here. The greatest benefit to the Human Collective around all of this is likely going to be coming from our willingness to be fluid in our belief structures so that we can be at peace within ourselves. Can we agree to disagree? Can we trust in the Divine Plan and just see to our own thoughts and feelings without judgment?
It may just be one of the things we’re here to experience and understand in order to step into our Mastery.
Addendum (upon further correspondence) ~ Our inspired reader wrote in with more to say about how kindness matters, and it would indeed be lovely to have a POTUS who speaks Perro. I agree that the kind of language used by this President can certainly appear to be juvenile. None of this fits into my perfect world, either.
However, frightening ferocity can be a sacred duty. Consider that a sacred temple in the jungle is a scary looking place. Frightening countenances peering out from moss-covered walls…it was never meant to be all about peace and love and light, because this world has both darkness and Light in duality and opposition. Ignoring the dark allows it to grow to epic proportions. The Light sometimes shows up in a form we don’t recognize as such.