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Corporate Censorship, Slavery and History’s Warning

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Censorship is a form of slavery. When a person is not permitted to express their views, then a very important part of that person – his or her self-expression – has been shackled, incarcerated and bound. Slavery is defined as being “subject to or controlled by” another person or a specified influence. So the one censored has been rendered the slave of those who oppose and inflict upon him forced or coerced silence….

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Downhill on a Go Devil!

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Two days ago I crossed the half-century line!…We used to leap before looking. Now we look before we leap…. It’s time to exercise all the skill and wisdom the former years brought to us, and weave in and out and fly over those jumps and defy the rules or at least the limits, and do it all way out loud!

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On the Brink

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Nations are made up of ethonos – groups of people. Where the ethnos go so goes their nation, and the fate of a nation affects its ethnos, its people in all their diverse groups. Who the ethnos elect to govern their nation MATTERS….right now, America is teetering on the brink. We waver between life and death. Literally.

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HEAL OUR LAND part 2: Prophets and Kings

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The Return on Sept 26 on the DC Mall was an awesome day in which people did one of the most important activities to which we are called, but which has been rarely celebrated and barely practiced. Whether those filling the vast lawn knew it or not, they had come into alignment with a divine mandate and incredible power was released…God ordained that prophets should be the advisors of kings…

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HEAL OUR LAND

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Our nation – and the world – is experiencing one of the most momentous times in history. While the Covid-19 shutdowns have magnified poverty in developing nations, the racial unrest in the US has spilled over to other nations. Meanwhile in India, a nation into which I have invested 20+ years of my life, radical discrimination constantly threatens minority groups …