Thursday, November 24, 2016

Turkeys And Stuffing

Checking Twice,

Jill Stein MD, Green Party candidate for President, miraculously raises enough money for a recount in Wisconsin, and is on track to pay for some more recounts, too. (I wonder where all that money came from. Is there a split in the ranks of our elite puppet-masters? This will be really validating for Trump if results don't change.)

Bev Harris of Black Box Voting presents evidence of widespread rigging FOR Clinton, which was not enough to get her elected. Thanks Tom and Joe.
This might be fun. The door is now wide-open to discuss vote-rigging in America, a recently banned topic.

Donald Trump addresses America for Thanksgiving, and calls for a "healing of divisions". (I'm sure that he will still feel the same if the recounts put the Clinton machine back in power, right?)

Still wondering what role Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard will play as history unfolds...

The EU won't talk about Turkey joining-up any more. Turkish Lira dumps.
(Considered with the moves in and around Cyprus, not to mention Syria, it seems like Turkey's wings may be clipped (pun) by the EU, US and Russia, and via the UN Security Council, when the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 finally gets a good review. Cyprus needs a reset, which negotiations have not brought in these 42 years.)

Russia has just revealed a new generation of lighter, more accurate MIRVed ICBMs, carried on ordinary looking railroad cars. Nope, these don't happen to violate any treaties.

Here is a believable recasting of the Thanksgiving myth we were all taught in school. It fits with what I've read about the breakdown of back-to-the land communes in the 1970s. People just have no clue how much work it is to grow food. Most won't, and those who will do it, won't do it to feed the lazy ones, out of principle.

Ron Paul advocates "Ed-Exit", local and parental control of the education of children. He points out that Republican and Democratic parties have only differed on details of the rigid standardization of mass education/indoctrination. He points out that the most tailored education, adjusting to the needs and capabilities of the students, is home schooling. He has a basic home-school curriculum to share. (My experience with home schooled kids is that they are quick and savvy, but it is a pretty select group to start with. Parents really have to be on the ball every day for a couple of decades to teach a family of children this way. They also have to have a lot of personal resources and resourcefulness. We "home schooled" our 4 kids during the 9 months that we traveled around the world with bikes and backpacks. The kids meshed right back in at spring-break 2006. Home-school communities are good, solid, principled and diligent people.)

Beginning at Home


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