Change is happening at breakneck speed. This inauguration is waking up the people. We have nothing to fear, for we are the architects of our own destiny. As individuals, as states, as nations, as a world, we are the architects of all of our destinies.
In the wake of a failed currency, we have a rise in personal empowerment. For now, the states are rising up to fill this void. They have heard the voice of the people in our demands for medical cannabis, and it’s full legalization. Even if Obama did not hear this one. This is the voice of a people who will not be silenced anymore. And so the states are beginning to listen to us. Once again.
On another front, the repressive laws of the Bush regime are now being publicized for what they are; laws cultivated in the fields of a fear-based government. No more though, we have seen, once again, the power of conviction. And we are finding it within ourselves, as well.
Thank you, William Wright for your link to this article by the LA Times:
This story marks the beginning to the end of our acceptance of such asinine legislation. It is the beginning of an uprising against fear-based government. It is time for us to put away our fear of what might be, and work on building a better present. In this way, we have nothing to fear from the future at all.
The Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act of 2006, and all of the oppressive legislation will fall to the wayside. Not because of one man, or even an entire cabinet; but because We, the People, remember what it is like to stand tall and unafraid. For that Obama, We, the People, thank you.
From Brasschecktv.com we have word of the states beginning to assert their voices over the illegal deployment of our National Guard forces. Soon, we will have them home again. Not because of any national government. But because we are beginning to remember what it is to stand tall and unafraid. Here is their link:
From the New York Times, we have the idiocy of CO2 being the cause of this “Global Warming” exposed. Not to say there is not pollution or degradation in our environments, but it isn’t about the plants. This article illustrates this is more of a war against plants, than it is about pollution. Here is this link:
I apologize for not having much else to write about today. I am in the process of developing an actual newspaper. One that is controlled by the people, not by the owners.
A newspaper that exposes corruption and good deeds. One that is both international and local. A newspaper that embraces the beautifully chaotic learning environment that is the internet. It will take all of you, and more, to make this happen. A newspaper where no one is in control, and everyone is in control.
Rev. Jim Lunsford
First Cannabist Church