Saturday, September 19, 2009

A Constitution Day Celebration

Today my wife and I with other fellow tea party participants gathered at Veterans Park in Milwaukee to recognize the ratification of our Constitution (September 17) and to speak out against a corrupt government. A preponderance of women spoke and people of nearly every race. Most notable was Michelle Malkin; on the big screens. She is just too cute. There ought to be a law.

... Not to give the government any ideas.

And this here was the counter protest.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

The Final Frontier

There are plenty of people speaking on last nights speech by president Obama. I doubt my comments would vary to any great degree (thanks for speeking for all of us Representative Wilson). I never imagined when I first started this blog that I would be writing so much about our own nation.

We were all proud, to one degree or another, when the first black President was elected. Racism is a great evil, but when law suits are won and pay big so easily and... we've actually elected a black President, is racism an issue any longer? Once the general public is aware of, admits to, recognizes the evil and acts against it in a powerfull and public manner does racism need to hold center stage in our pursuit of a just society? Are not the greatest evils, injustices, the ones no one recognizes; no one will stand against?

We are mired in world wide conflicts based on religious fanatacism. Israel, India, Lebenon, Somalia and Bosnia some of the areas of the world torn by religious strife for centuries. In China Christianity and the Falun Gong are common victims of religious persecution.

In China mental illness is often used as a tool to discredit and detain the membership of Falun Gong. Christians in our own nation, at least those whom take their faith seriously, should be wary of nationalized health care.

The reality is religious bigotry is the greatest injustice the world still needs to confront, not racism. And Christianity is far from innocent in this regard. If you take the mantra that 'you reap what you sow' seriously is it any wonder that Christianity, when it should be leading the nation and world, is continually under attack and discredited by the media.

Here is a you/tube mini documentary on a man in Japan who was detained, locked away in a small apartment and denied any contact with the outside world, for over twelve years. Who did this to him? His family. Why? Because he was a member of a group labeled a cult. Who promotes these 'deprograming' acivities? The majority of such programs are sponsored by Christian churches in some form or another. In the United States many Christians, most clearly the Baptist, were deeply involved in ' deprograming' in the past. After famous deprogrammers here ended up in federal prison on kidnapping and other charges some three decades ago the tactics have fallen out of favor or gone underground.

That is my church, the Unification Church of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, now 90 years old. His autobiography has currently been on the best selling list in Korea for several months and will be published in English by the Washington Times, owned by Reverend Moon, and available in the United States by years end.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

That's Right Kids!

The future depends on you. It is a big responsibility, with school being the time for you to decide how you are going to help your nation. But don't worry. The government will be there to help you determine what you should do in the future. To judge your personal characteristics and capacities and decide what you can contribute and can't. To make sure the right people get the right jobs.

And if you can't accept that you still need not worry. We will provide you with a doctor and get you on something better than ritalin.

They just can't hide their vision for the future, even when they try.