OPEN COMMENTS BRING FORTH HONEST HISTORY
Temecula, CA – After listening to Dr. Steven Greer, episode 4 of Ty Bolinger's series about the real cancer industry not just here, but even in Holland where natural remedies are outlawed and German homeopathic measures are not covered by state insurance but chemo treatment is, and the Hillary 'tude concerning listening to outside input concerning cannabis, plus with the latest ramp-up to disarming America like Australia, it is easy to see the fulfillment of Matthew 24:9-12.
In our usual effort to honor Matthew 24:4b, “Take heed that no man deceive you,” we present two letters from commenters taken from news sites. The first strikes at the core of our rash of political value warfare assassinations, with the reasons for them left to ponder. Our first letter looks back on US History and gun confiscation. Laugh this one off Hillary and Obama. I'm part Native American.
Wounded Knee was among the first federally backed gun confiscation attempts in United States history. It ended in the senseless murder of 297 people. 200 of the 297 victims were women and children.
THE LARGEST MASS SHOOTING IN US HISTORY HAPPENED December 29,1890. When 297 Sioux Indians at Wounded Knee Creek on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota were murdered by federal agents & members of the 7th Cavalry who had come to confiscate their firearms “for their own safety and protection”. The slaughter began after the majority of the Sioux had peacefully turned in their firearms. The Calvary began shooting, and managed to wipe out the entire camp.
Wounded Knee is the prime example of why the Second Amendment exists, and why we should vehemently resist any attempts to infringe on our Rights to Bear Arms. Without the Second Amendment we will be totally stripped of any ability to defend ourselves and our families.
The Second Amendment, the right of the people to take up arms in defense of themselves, their families, and property in the face of invading armies or an oppressive government. The Second Amendment was written by people who fled oppressive and tyrannical regimes in Europe, and it refers to the right of American citizens to be armed for defensive purposes, should such tyranny arise in the United States.
And now as the Senate moves to form another committee to study marijuana legalization, not cannabis whose industry is set to hit $6,700,000,000 by the end of 2016, Forbes, here is a cannabis letter for stoners.
'Bad "legalization" laws are a real problem, and certainly are nowdays more "over-regulation" than they are "legalization". In CA, the AUMA is a disaster. And, people are mistaken in the claims it will "let you grow your own", when it will really permit local governments to flat out ban outdoor grows, and will permit "reasonable regulation" of your indoor grow (and we all know what THAT will mean – besides, most folks cannot grow indoors for many reasons).
This thing is a huge conglomeration of give-aways of power to storefronts and big farms, as well as litigation-ready employment for cops and lawyers. We can’t let the crappy be the enemy of the decent law we know is out there.
The trick seems to be convincing some moneybag like Parker to back something worthwhile, and to convince the "pro pot lobby" to demonstrate a modicum of selectivity with their endorsements. The incremental "is it ANY better than what we have now?" (somewhat subjective, I might add) is threadbare at best, and probably harmful.
We are not beggars. Demographics are shifting fast. We don’t need to settle for a crap sandwich.'
(All emphasis - Ed; file photos and artwork, except historical lead-in picture)