Over the course of my life with the presence I collectively call “the visitors,” they have consistently demonstrated three concerns: 1, that our free will remain intact; 2, that we preserve our planet’s ability to keep us alive; and 3, that we not engage in nuclear war.

If you read over my journals, you will find that very, very few of them address political issues. However, we have ended up with a candidate who is a strong contender for the US Presidency whose policies deny global warming, might well lead us into nuclear war and whose plans compromise freedom on many different levels, not only ours, but that of many of those who live under the umbrella of American power.

I am not disclosing my own political preference here. Read that again: because I am saying that one candidate is dangerous does not mean that I am revealing an intention to vote for another. My vote is my own business. Although, obviously, I will not be voting for Donald Trump.

I have many personal reasons, but I will only touch on one here. My aim is to concentrate on how his stated intentions violate all three of the concerns listed above. On a personal level, I see an individual with the personality disorder called narcissism. Such people cannot empathize with the needs of others. Among notably narcissistic leaders we find people like the Roman Emperor Nero, Henry VIII and Adolf Hitler. The suffering of others is secondary to their ambitions, and I think that this is true of Donald Trump, too.

Mr. Trump’s absolute rejection of global warming as a relevant issue is exactly contrary to the single most consistent warning that emerged not only in my life with the visitors, but is consistent across the whole spectrum close encounter experience.

We no longer have time to ignore it. As matters stand, we are certain to experience some extremely serious upheavals, and they could come, really, at any time. In 1999, I coined the word “superstorm,” which has since, and tragically, entered common use to describe two huge and catastrophic hurricanes, Katrina and Sandy. Now James Hansen, among the world’s leading climate scientists, has announced findings that prove that the real superstorm—an event of unsurvivable intensity—has happened in the past, just as we claimed in the book.

This is a storm that goes far beyond any hurricane that has ever been observed. It forms in the central Atlantic and contains winds so strong that no known structure can survive them. Were such a storm even to brush the coast of the US Eastern Seaboard, it would leave behind a tangled wasteland. In fact, any coast it struck would be laid waste, and an unrecoverable level of destruction would extend as far inland as it penetrated.

The storm is created when cold melt water, flooding down from the arctic, meets unnaturally warm water in the central Atlantic. Even when the temperature differences were probably not as extreme in Paleolithic times as they are now, the ferocity of such storms was incredible. Right now, central Atlantic temperatures are at record levels and worse, Arctic melt is extreme. Over the course of the winter, temperatures at the North Pole sometimes reached 50 degrees f above normal. The Greenland ice sheet is melting a a very rapid rate.

Will this cause a real superstorm? Obviously, it could, but climate models suggest that we still have a few more years. That’s just the point. At best, we have a few years left to make an effort to prevent or slow the process of what is liable to unfold just as it did in the past, as a sudden and catastrophic change in climate that we can never repair.

We simply don’t have four more years to hide our heads in the sand. This is real, it’s happening, and it is over these next few years that we will either gain some time or lose control of climate, an event that, in the end, has the potential to absolutely decimate the human population.

Now, on to geopolitcs. Mr. Trump, in his astonishingly dangerous toying with Russian power, has shown that he is entirely without historical perspective and does not even begin to understand how geopolitical energy works. He has said that he admires Valdimir Putin. Mr. Putin is a murderous dictator who openly speaks against the very freedoms that the visitors consider so important. Worse, he has recently called on Russia to interfere further in US politics. This is not only unpardonable in a person aspiring to lead our country, it is foolish and dangerous. But his worst mistake in this area is to question the American role in NATO.

Our nation is committed to the defense of freedom, and NATO is one of the structures we have created to insure that people in the west who desire to live free can continue to do so. It is fundamental to the security of free peoples, and to threaten it is to work directly against the most important of all human needs, which is the need for freedom.

If we are not free, we cannot make choices, and if we cannot make choices, we cannot grow. This is why the visitors are so extensively engaged with the Americans. We have been living in real freedom—soul freedom—for over two hundred years. We are the freest people that this species as thus far produced, and it is our fundamental mission and responsibility to increase that freedom at home and extend and protect it abroad.

By saying things that undermine NATO, Mr. Trump is encouraging another narcissist, Vladimir Putin, to indulge his often stated geopolitical ambitions. By retaking Crimea and invading Ukraine, he has made it clear that he wants to restore Russian hegemony in its western approaches. Without NATO, there is nothing to stop him from marching into the Baltic countries, and, at the least, compelling larger nations like Poland and Hungary to re-orient themselves toward Russia.

Now, we think very little in our time about nuclear war. The Cold War is over, and with it the threat of nuclear annihilation. But the facts are different. As the Cold War was drawing to a close, the principle of mutually assured destruction was becoming obsolete. Previously, if one side fired its missiles, the other side would be able to fire back and do so much damage to the aggressor that both sides would, in effect, be defeated.

That is no longer true. Extraordinary increases in targeting accuracy and the advent of space-based weapons systems have changed the equation. Now, the side to fire first stands such a good chance of degrading the response that it might be able to actually win.

There could not be a more unstable situation in which to elect a man so profoundly incompetent and yet so profoundly self-assured as Mr. Trump.

I would never say this normally about a presidential candidate, because it has never before been so clearly true, but this man has the potential to destroy our country, to ruin our freedom, to deliver us into an unrecoverable environmental catastrophe and even to cause a nuclear war by encouraging a dictator to embark on a program of conquest.

Vote however you wish to vote. There are a number of other candidates who reflect the different shadings of ideology that characterize American political life. But don’t vote like the Germans voted in 1933, out of anger and fear whipped up by a narcissistic demagogue. Down that path lies a great destruction.
 

62 Comments

  1. Whitley, I agree 100%! I have
    Whitley, I agree 100%! I have always been a registered independent voter, and that will never change, but I too get a sense of danger around this presidential election that I have never felt before. Sure there have always been candidates that did not appeal to me, but never any that made me fear for democracy in the USA.

    There was an interesting article in The Atlantic today that turns out to be very revealing about some of those that support Trump and why. While I am sure that there are many good people backing Trump, there are some, as shown in this article, that are really just full of in-your-face anger that is very disturbing:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/07/backing-donald-trump/493619/

    Here’s more food for thought: If Mr. Trump doesn’t win, how will he and his followers react?

  2. Whitley, I agree 100%! I have
    Whitley, I agree 100%! I have always been a registered independent voter, and that will never change, but I too get a sense of danger around this presidential election that I have never felt before. Sure there have always been candidates that did not appeal to me, but never any that made me fear for democracy in the USA.

    There was an interesting article in The Atlantic today that turns out to be very revealing about some of those that support Trump and why. While I am sure that there are many good people backing Trump, there are some, as shown in this article, that are really just full of in-your-face anger that is very disturbing:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/07/backing-donald-trump/493619/

    Here’s more food for thought: If Mr. Trump doesn’t win, how will he and his followers react?

  3. I don’t like Trump or
    I don’t like Trump or Clinton….When I watch Clinton I have a soul response that is very negative towards her…Just because someone doesn’t tell you bad thoughts doesn’t mean that they don’t have them and won’t act on them…That is what a politician is all about…. I am most disappointed with Clinton’s tactics…we could have had a viable choice…Bernie Sanders…if it wasn’t for her underhanded tactics…..

  4. I don’t like Trump or
    I don’t like Trump or Clinton….When I watch Clinton I have a soul response that is very negative towards her…Just because someone doesn’t tell you bad thoughts doesn’t mean that they don’t have them and won’t act on them…That is what a politician is all about…. I am most disappointed with Clinton’s tactics…we could have had a viable choice…Bernie Sanders…if it wasn’t for her underhanded tactics…..

  5. Unfortunately, it seems that
    Unfortunately, it seems that we are down to choosing between short term catastrophe and shorter term catastrophe in looking at the climate change issues you address and then adding in the political situation we find ourselves in. And I’m referring to the notion of life continuing to be viable on the planet as a whole, just as you are, however, it’s the time scale that I’m looking at.

    I think that perhaps we can make it through 4 to 8 years of worsening climate problems but I am not so sure about making it through 4 to 8 years of the brand of corruption and lawlessness and war mongering that the Democratic party is endorsing.

    To be clear, I don’t align with any political parties and hold them in pretty much the same degree of contempt. It’s the details that are jumping out at me, and their implications.

    A: There are very strong and considered warnings coming from the Russian community here, articulated in an especially clear way by The Saker (who was a military analyst and is Russian, living here in the US) and Putin himself who fear nuclear war with us if the current policy of overt and covert aggression on the part of the US is continued into the next administration. Putin, in several speeches that I have seen, emphasizes over and over that their position is defensive and that they have no desire to initiate any sort of military action against the US (there’s a lot to this, research is very useful here to fill in the details) but that they will defend themselves if attacked. Competently.

    B: Here is a link to an article that very succinctly outlines my objections to Clinton:

    https://solari.com/blog/book-review-partners-in-crime-by-jerome-r-corsi/

    Something that is frightening to me is that people seem to think that voting for president is some sort of multiple choice test and they *have* to pick one or the other even if both choices are unthinkable. For many years I have opted not to put any of my energy into a system that is so broken and use it instead to keep sure of my personal integrity and make a difference in every day of my life in every way that I can. I refuse to feed something that will devour me without a shred of anything remotely resembling humanity. For me, this means staying strong in my Light which takes time and attention I refuse to share with a system that is trying so hard to harvest me.

    I firmly believe that the most powerful thing we can contribute over a lifetime (and I mean using our true Power, rather than its loud, ugly and impoverished cousin “force”) is how we move through this world. Sometimes that means declining to play by “the rules”.

  6. Unfortunately, it seems that
    Unfortunately, it seems that we are down to choosing between short term catastrophe and shorter term catastrophe in looking at the climate change issues you address and then adding in the political situation we find ourselves in. And I’m referring to the notion of life continuing to be viable on the planet as a whole, just as you are, however, it’s the time scale that I’m looking at.

    I think that perhaps we can make it through 4 to 8 years of worsening climate problems but I am not so sure about making it through 4 to 8 years of the brand of corruption and lawlessness and war mongering that the Democratic party is endorsing.

    To be clear, I don’t align with any political parties and hold them in pretty much the same degree of contempt. It’s the details that are jumping out at me, and their implications.

    A: There are very strong and considered warnings coming from the Russian community here, articulated in an especially clear way by The Saker (who was a military analyst and is Russian, living here in the US) and Putin himself who fear nuclear war with us if the current policy of overt and covert aggression on the part of the US is continued into the next administration. Putin, in several speeches that I have seen, emphasizes over and over that their position is defensive and that they have no desire to initiate any sort of military action against the US (there’s a lot to this, research is very useful here to fill in the details) but that they will defend themselves if attacked. Competently.

    B: Here is a link to an article that very succinctly outlines my objections to Clinton:

    https://solari.com/blog/book-review-partners-in-crime-by-jerome-r-corsi/

    Something that is frightening to me is that people seem to think that voting for president is some sort of multiple choice test and they *have* to pick one or the other even if both choices are unthinkable. For many years I have opted not to put any of my energy into a system that is so broken and use it instead to keep sure of my personal integrity and make a difference in every day of my life in every way that I can. I refuse to feed something that will devour me without a shred of anything remotely resembling humanity. For me, this means staying strong in my Light which takes time and attention I refuse to share with a system that is trying so hard to harvest me.

    I firmly believe that the most powerful thing we can contribute over a lifetime (and I mean using our true Power, rather than its loud, ugly and impoverished cousin “force”) is how we move through this world. Sometimes that means declining to play by “the rules”.

  7. I don’t believe I have ever
    I don’t believe I have ever seen a more ignorant, callous, self-important person as Trump running for anything in my life time. I don’t know why he wants the job exactly, if just to say that he once ran for presidency of the united states. But his complete lack of regard for the feelings of others is simply appalling. He has no real ideas on how to lead this country. I can’t imagine what conflicts he’d get us into in just the first few months after he was sworn in. It’s like a nightmare we all need to wake up from. Of the 3, Trump, Sanders, and Clinton – Mrs. Clinton is the most reasonable. Trump is like Hitler and Sanders was promising a utopia that congress would never have gone along with anyway. We’ve got to be realistic. And what is with Trump and the Putin crush he seems to have? Asking Putin to hack Mrs. Clinton’s and the DNC emails is very close to treason in my mind. I wonder what the psychiatric community really thinks of this man and his trophy wife? Everything about Trump is sorted and trashy. I could go on and on, but I won’t.

  8. I don’t believe I have ever
    I don’t believe I have ever seen a more ignorant, callous, self-important person as Trump running for anything in my life time. I don’t know why he wants the job exactly, if just to say that he once ran for presidency of the united states. But his complete lack of regard for the feelings of others is simply appalling. He has no real ideas on how to lead this country. I can’t imagine what conflicts he’d get us into in just the first few months after he was sworn in. It’s like a nightmare we all need to wake up from. Of the 3, Trump, Sanders, and Clinton – Mrs. Clinton is the most reasonable. Trump is like Hitler and Sanders was promising a utopia that congress would never have gone along with anyway. We’ve got to be realistic. And what is with Trump and the Putin crush he seems to have? Asking Putin to hack Mrs. Clinton’s and the DNC emails is very close to treason in my mind. I wonder what the psychiatric community really thinks of this man and his trophy wife? Everything about Trump is sorted and trashy. I could go on and on, but I won’t.

  9. Respectfully disagree with
    Respectfully disagree with this journal entry. I can’t see how any candidate can be more dangerous than Hillary and all the illuminati thugs that back her like Soros, the oilmen Bushes and their ilk. Anyone thinking Hillary wasn’t part of cheating Bernie is naive. And speaking of Bernie, he showed his true colors when he gave up even knowing he got screwed. And then there’s Bill. 2 Clintons for the price of one.

    Anyone running for high offices like president have to be majorly flawed because of the nature what these positions have become. Trump at worst is an unknown. The Clintons on the other hand…

  10. Respectfully disagree with
    Respectfully disagree with this journal entry. I can’t see how any candidate can be more dangerous than Hillary and all the illuminati thugs that back her like Soros, the oilmen Bushes and their ilk. Anyone thinking Hillary wasn’t part of cheating Bernie is naive. And speaking of Bernie, he showed his true colors when he gave up even knowing he got screwed. And then there’s Bill. 2 Clintons for the price of one.

    Anyone running for high offices like president have to be majorly flawed because of the nature what these positions have become. Trump at worst is an unknown. The Clintons on the other hand…

  11. The sharp rise in Islamic
    The sharp rise in Islamic terrorist attacks are a direct, causal consequence of the Wolfowitz doctrine continued and amplified by Clinton/Obama partnership. Ms. Clinton has a proven record of destabilizing a multitude of Islamic countries , manipulation of Ukraine government and intentional confrontation with Russia. Ms. Clinton is a proven war hawk with little regard for the average global citizen. The highest threat for a regional/global conflict lies with Obama’s de-facto third term.

    I am surprised that one with deep insight and centered thought cannot see the demagogue and deeply Fascist tendencies that lie in Ms. Clinton’s psyche.

    Yes, Trump is vacuous, but he has not been tainted by the brew of eternal corruption and deceit. It is disturbing that many would willfully cast a vote for a proven liar and law breaker. Say what you will about Trump, he has no blood on his hands. The path blazed by Clinton/Obama is strewn with bodies numbering in the tens of thousands. The manifold misery of a million more lies at the foundation Clinton/Obama legacy.

    Clinton supporters delude themselves into saying she is lesser of two evils. She is the incarnate of evil that will signify the final end to the American experiment at the behest of globalist endeavors.

    I have supported you financially since Unknown Country’s inception. I have attended three Dreamland Festivals. I have purchased and read almost every book written by you. I have attended two W. Henry discourses. I attended a Gateway Experience in 2005. I marched in the street against Bush Jr. and read names of dead American soldiers. I voted for Obama twice because he was the lesser of two evils. Ms. Clinton stealing/winning the forthcoming election keeps awake at night worrying about future.

    The natural cycle of planetary heating will occur unabated. Global heating will cause loss of life. All is for naught if we cannot survive the next four/eight years without a major war.

    Please Whitley do not make drastic pronouncements on Twitter; is is very disheartening.

    I acknowledge your selection, but disagree with the assessment.

    Your friend, David

  12. The sharp rise in Islamic
    The sharp rise in Islamic terrorist attacks are a direct, causal consequence of the Wolfowitz doctrine continued and amplified by Clinton/Obama partnership. Ms. Clinton has a proven record of destabilizing a multitude of Islamic countries , manipulation of Ukraine government and intentional confrontation with Russia. Ms. Clinton is a proven war hawk with little regard for the average global citizen. The highest threat for a regional/global conflict lies with Obama’s de-facto third term.

    I am surprised that one with deep insight and centered thought cannot see the demagogue and deeply Fascist tendencies that lie in Ms. Clinton’s psyche.

    Yes, Trump is vacuous, but he has not been tainted by the brew of eternal corruption and deceit. It is disturbing that many would willfully cast a vote for a proven liar and law breaker. Say what you will about Trump, he has no blood on his hands. The path blazed by Clinton/Obama is strewn with bodies numbering in the tens of thousands. The manifold misery of a million more lies at the foundation Clinton/Obama legacy.

    Clinton supporters delude themselves into saying she is lesser of two evils. She is the incarnate of evil that will signify the final end to the American experiment at the behest of globalist endeavors.

    I have supported you financially since Unknown Country’s inception. I have attended three Dreamland Festivals. I have purchased and read almost every book written by you. I have attended two W. Henry discourses. I attended a Gateway Experience in 2005. I marched in the street against Bush Jr. and read names of dead American soldiers. I voted for Obama twice because he was the lesser of two evils. Ms. Clinton stealing/winning the forthcoming election keeps awake at night worrying about future.

    The natural cycle of planetary heating will occur unabated. Global heating will cause loss of life. All is for naught if we cannot survive the next four/eight years without a major war.

    Please Whitley do not make drastic pronouncements on Twitter; is is very disheartening.

    I acknowledge your selection, but disagree with the assessment.

    Your friend, David

  13. I often do not post any
    I often do not post any comments, but I have to disagree with this journal entry, also. Hillary is even a worse choice than Donald Trump. Hillary’s track record with the FBI, Benghazi, emails, Whitewater, Saudi’s speak more volumes that she is a liar. This woman “but this WOMAN has the potential to destroy our country, to ruin our freedom.” I agree with the post that “David” wrote regarding Clinton.

    It is also amazing to me how many people tout that Donald Trump is narcissistic. Narcissism is the pursuit of gratification from vanity or egotistic admiration of one’s own attributes. So to be a successful businessman is narcissism? So, if you are successful you are supposed to hide this success? You cannot acknowledge your attributes or even speak about them? That you cannot even step out and share your accomplishments. … and help others toward that success? Have you even watched The Apprentice … or the Celebrity Apprentice? How many charities has Donald Trump have to give before someone actually think he is NOT narcissistic?

    Are you always supposed to say “sorry, sorry, I have ambitions … I have goals … eek I have an ego. Oh no, I am supposed to qualify it and say “healthy ego” … add an extra word there just to make it sound good.

    Whew! I think I just stepped away from being a New Ager. Ego is good … Ego is Healthy.

    Ego has gotten a bad rap from all the New Agers … including some of the entries here on Unknown Country. Now, I admire Whitley Strieber and his wife, Anne, and the incredible work they have done. The Path and The Key have been a big influence in my life.

    Anytime someone has ambitions to be wealthy, make money for their families, friends, etc., to have a comfortable life they are called egotistic and a narcissist. Frankly, I am tired of this self-defeating attitude. I have listened to that “ego trap” for too many years, and I am poor to boot from listening to it. Many New Agers always shy away from tackling the business side of things always looking for someone to do it … business work … for them.

    Watch Donald Trump from previous years … and you will realize that he is a business man … check out on You Tube his interview with Oprah Winfrey in the 80s. To be a good business man you just might have to step on someone’s toes … and not say “Sorry, Sorry, all the time.”

    Donald Trump’s children … grown adults now … genuinely like and love their father. It is not an act on their part, and they all genuinely care about their father … and this country. Their speeches at the convention center said it all to me. How many grown children … all 4 of them … all them working in successful businesses for themselves, for their entire family, and for others in their organizations. All four children stand up and say the same … good … things about their father.

    Their speeches at the convention center conveyed much to the American people. And … that speaks volumes to me on the character of Donald Trump.

    1. Is there a “love it” button I
      Is there a “love it” button I can push for Dixie’s post?

  14. I often do not post any
    I often do not post any comments, but I have to disagree with this journal entry, also. Hillary is even a worse choice than Donald Trump. Hillary’s track record with the FBI, Benghazi, emails, Whitewater, Saudi’s speak more volumes that she is a liar. This woman “but this WOMAN has the potential to destroy our country, to ruin our freedom.” I agree with the post that “David” wrote regarding Clinton.

    It is also amazing to me how many people tout that Donald Trump is narcissistic. Narcissism is the pursuit of gratification from vanity or egotistic admiration of one’s own attributes. So to be a successful businessman is narcissism? So, if you are successful you are supposed to hide this success? You cannot acknowledge your attributes or even speak about them? That you cannot even step out and share your accomplishments. … and help others toward that success? Have you even watched The Apprentice … or the Celebrity Apprentice? How many charities has Donald Trump have to give before someone actually think he is NOT narcissistic?

    Are you always supposed to say “sorry, sorry, I have ambitions … I have goals … eek I have an ego. Oh no, I am supposed to qualify it and say “healthy ego” … add an extra word there just to make it sound good.

    Whew! I think I just stepped away from being a New Ager. Ego is good … Ego is Healthy.

    Ego has gotten a bad rap from all the New Agers … including some of the entries here on Unknown Country. Now, I admire Whitley Strieber and his wife, Anne, and the incredible work they have done. The Path and The Key have been a big influence in my life.

    Anytime someone has ambitions to be wealthy, make money for their families, friends, etc., to have a comfortable life they are called egotistic and a narcissist. Frankly, I am tired of this self-defeating attitude. I have listened to that “ego trap” for too many years, and I am poor to boot from listening to it. Many New Agers always shy away from tackling the business side of things always looking for someone to do it … business work … for them.

    Watch Donald Trump from previous years … and you will realize that he is a business man … check out on You Tube his interview with Oprah Winfrey in the 80s. To be a good business man you just might have to step on someone’s toes … and not say “Sorry, Sorry, all the time.”

    Donald Trump’s children … grown adults now … genuinely like and love their father. It is not an act on their part, and they all genuinely care about their father … and this country. Their speeches at the convention center said it all to me. How many grown children … all 4 of them … all them working in successful businesses for themselves, for their entire family, and for others in their organizations. All four children stand up and say the same … good … things about their father.

    Their speeches at the convention center conveyed much to the American people. And … that speaks volumes to me on the character of Donald Trump.

    1. Is there a “love it” button I
      Is there a “love it” button I can push for Dixie’s post?

  15. Scary how many Donald Trump
    Scary how many Donald Trump supporters on here. Downright delusional people . As Charlie Brown used to say every Halloween..”Ughh, I’ve got a rock”. That rock is Donald Trump holding the country down until we can not carry the rocks anymore. Charlie Brown, poor kid never had a chance. If Trump wins, either will the USA and or our world.

  16. Scary how many Donald Trump
    Scary how many Donald Trump supporters on here. Downright delusional people . As Charlie Brown used to say every Halloween..”Ughh, I’ve got a rock”. That rock is Donald Trump holding the country down until we can not carry the rocks anymore. Charlie Brown, poor kid never had a chance. If Trump wins, either will the USA and or our world.

  17. There appears to be an
    There appears to be an assumption that if someone is not voting for Trump, he or she must be voting for Hillary Clinton. If you go back and read Whitley’s entry, he states quite clearly that he is not disclosing his political preference.

    There are other alternatives in this election. Some might say that voting for someone other than Clinton or Trump is ‘throwing a vote away’, and that attitude is part of the problem. We don’t have to be Democrats or Republicans, but most people have been sucked into that idea anyway, and it is an enormous factor in the extreme divisiveness we are seeing in this presidential race. This is not about political correctness, or about how much a child loves their presidential candidate dad (Or mom. Chelsea is a pretty upstanding young lady too, and obviously adores her mom, but would I use that as a criteria for my vote?) It’s about ideas, actions, attitudes, character, credibility, and what is best for the country, the majority of Americans, and as concerns climate, the whole world.

    Everyone should take the time and step out of their box of comfort and expose themselves to as many ideas and platforms as possible, and make an INFORMED decision based on all possibilities, and let the chips fall. If you make a choice based on anger, it will probably not be a sound decision, and that is what Whitley is expressing. If someone is ramping up your anger and spewing vitriol, as well as bullying those that disagree with his world view, something is seriously wrong, and that is straight out of the Fascist playbook pre-WWII. Do not vote with anger. Vote your heart, mind, and soul, preferably with a consensus among the three.

    Here are links to the various party platforms, including Libertarian, Green Party, Republican, and Democrat. There are other parties as well, but I know that you can all Google as well as I can!

    Peace.

    http://www.gp.org

    https://www.lp.org/platform

    http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/papers_pdf/117717.pdf

    https://prod-static-ngop-pbl.s3.amazonaws.com/media/documents/DRAFT_12_FINAL%5B1%5D-ben_1468872234.pdf

  18. There appears to be an
    There appears to be an assumption that if someone is not voting for Trump, he or she must be voting for Hillary Clinton. If you go back and read Whitley’s entry, he states quite clearly that he is not disclosing his political preference.

    There are other alternatives in this election. Some might say that voting for someone other than Clinton or Trump is ‘throwing a vote away’, and that attitude is part of the problem. We don’t have to be Democrats or Republicans, but most people have been sucked into that idea anyway, and it is an enormous factor in the extreme divisiveness we are seeing in this presidential race. This is not about political correctness, or about how much a child loves their presidential candidate dad (Or mom. Chelsea is a pretty upstanding young lady too, and obviously adores her mom, but would I use that as a criteria for my vote?) It’s about ideas, actions, attitudes, character, credibility, and what is best for the country, the majority of Americans, and as concerns climate, the whole world.

    Everyone should take the time and step out of their box of comfort and expose themselves to as many ideas and platforms as possible, and make an INFORMED decision based on all possibilities, and let the chips fall. If you make a choice based on anger, it will probably not be a sound decision, and that is what Whitley is expressing. If someone is ramping up your anger and spewing vitriol, as well as bullying those that disagree with his world view, something is seriously wrong, and that is straight out of the Fascist playbook pre-WWII. Do not vote with anger. Vote your heart, mind, and soul, preferably with a consensus among the three.

    Here are links to the various party platforms, including Libertarian, Green Party, Republican, and Democrat. There are other parties as well, but I know that you can all Google as well as I can!

    Peace.

    http://www.gp.org

    https://www.lp.org/platform

    http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/papers_pdf/117717.pdf

    https://prod-static-ngop-pbl.s3.amazonaws.com/media/documents/DRAFT_12_FINAL%5B1%5D-ben_1468872234.pdf

  19. Whitley, agreed. Cosmic
    Whitley, agreed. Cosmic Librarian, agreed. Too many American patriots have given their lives in order to assure that Americans have a secret ballot, for me to mention online my voting choice, but I can certainly say that Trump is *not* the way I will go.

    Keep in mind, however, that an HRC presidency was viewed as a certainty by Nostradamus … that probably includes her re-election in 2020. Nostradamus saw “the masculine woman” leading a major country. He used that phrase because in the late Middle Ages in France, the idea that a country’s leader could be a woman was shocking. Even as recently as a few years ago, France rejected the presidential candidacy of Segelene Royal, a woman.

  20. Whitley, agreed. Cosmic
    Whitley, agreed. Cosmic Librarian, agreed. Too many American patriots have given their lives in order to assure that Americans have a secret ballot, for me to mention online my voting choice, but I can certainly say that Trump is *not* the way I will go.

    Keep in mind, however, that an HRC presidency was viewed as a certainty by Nostradamus … that probably includes her re-election in 2020. Nostradamus saw “the masculine woman” leading a major country. He used that phrase because in the late Middle Ages in France, the idea that a country’s leader could be a woman was shocking. Even as recently as a few years ago, France rejected the presidential candidacy of Segelene Royal, a woman.

  21. Regardless of how Whitley
    Regardless of how Whitley votes, or anyone on unknowncountry for that matter, there’s 0% chance of a candidate other than Hillary or Trump getting elected.

  22. Regardless of how Whitley
    Regardless of how Whitley votes, or anyone on unknowncountry for that matter, there’s 0% chance of a candidate other than Hillary or Trump getting elected.

  23. Wow, I was waiting for an
    Wow, I was waiting for an entry like this and also expected pretty much exactly what Whitley wrote. I will state for the record that I am a Democrat, both parents Republicans, in-laws Republicans, etc. So, I did not grow up indoctrinated, I always felt free to decide on my own what my political views would be. I don’t recall the left/right divide ever being so bitter as it has been the last 10 years. Fox News and their professional liars are a big part of that, as they preached almost like fire and brimstone ministers that the “D’s” were evil, had an anti-constitutional agenda, would certainly stamp out every individual freedom we ever enjoyed here. I sat back and was amazed that they never needed any “proof”, just throw it out there and get the far right riled up, point to the causes of our upcoming demise as Democrats and terrorism by “Muslim extremists”.

    Enough has been written about the causes of the Great Recession, and blaming the Republicans(alone) would be wrong. Bill Clinton acted as a moderate Republican in a lot of ways. The fact is that gradually, over time, it became OK to let the foxes run the henhouse. The great bank failure led to so many of the economic problems of today. The economy has made a comeback, but it has not been to the level that would really improve the lives of middle class Americans. Manufacturing jobs have become less prominent in our society, and that disenfranchised many middle class whites(non college educated)voters. We blame legislators for trying to pass international trade bills, and the loss of US jobs overseas was blamed on those agreements(NAFTA, etc). Let me say this though: No one forced the companies to ship the work overseas. The agreements simply made it easier for them to do what they’d wanted to do for quite some time. For a period of several years my wife was the manager of a small US manufacturing company. On a regular basis(I mean like every week)she was inundated with mail from lobbyists urging her to contact the local congressmen and ask them to approve legislation favorable to sending work abroad. This was not just a letter here and there but a consistent and concerted attempt to get her to do this. And this was almost 30 years ago! Greed is what runs this country’s economy, in some ways. Donald Trump acts solely out of greed, the desire to make more and more money is primary. You can say what you want about Hillary, and she has dug herself a hole that she is entirely to blame for, but she has a lot more sense that Trump. I absolutely believe that we do risk a nuclear war with him as President. He has demonstrated not even the slightest understanding of foreign or domestic policy. NOT EVEN THE SLIGHTEST!!! Imagine hiring someone to be CEO of a large corporation who admits claims he can solve all of its problems yet when asked how replies “Don’t worry, I’ll show you when I am hired…”. I can guarantee that there is not a single Board of Directors that would do that. This whole Donald Trump thing has NOTHING to do with Republican/Democrat competing ideologies, instead it is based on a cult of personality–which we know is inherently dangerous and seriously flawed. In fact, if you ask people why they think Donald Trump is the best person to lead this country, I have heard people simply say “…she ain’t Hillary…”. That’s a good reason???? Trump has spent the last year calling his opponents cheaters, liars, crooks, the devil and who knows what is next? Listen to Trump’s speeches at one of his rallies. All you hear about is how many people are there, how many were turned away, how the media is against him, blah blah blah. But you will NOT hear him offer any type of plan to effect positive changes. OK, if you think a wall in the Southwest is a good idea, then he has one plan. Good luck getting that built. Its too bad the Republicans dedicated the last 7 years to obstructing everything Obama tried to accomplish. The one thing he did(which is still an open question as to if it is a good thing or not)is The Affordable Medical Care Act. Republicans have no interest in such a thing because they have health insurance, it’s irrelevant to them. But millions of citizens are uninsured and suffer because of it. Could the ACA be better? Sure, and that’s what legislators do when they debate and seriously try to work on compromises. But that’s not to be done any more…take your position and dig the trench and don’t move. That kind of thinking lead us nowhere and created a vacuum for a egotistical demagogue who says he has all the answers. Too many “average” people will take the easy way out and foolishly believe that he has even half a brain for effective, positive change. He doesn’t. At least I believe that Hillary gives us a chance.

    Sorry for the rant here, but after the latest incredibly cruel, insensitive and obscene comments regarding the Khan’s, I just could not take it. Thanks to the Republican politicos that have come out against Trump. You will be able to re-organize your party for 2020. Maybe you can do what Paul Krugman has suggested, form a New Republican Party, one that tries to be more human, more to the Center.

  24. Wow, I was waiting for an
    Wow, I was waiting for an entry like this and also expected pretty much exactly what Whitley wrote. I will state for the record that I am a Democrat, both parents Republicans, in-laws Republicans, etc. So, I did not grow up indoctrinated, I always felt free to decide on my own what my political views would be. I don’t recall the left/right divide ever being so bitter as it has been the last 10 years. Fox News and their professional liars are a big part of that, as they preached almost like fire and brimstone ministers that the “D’s” were evil, had an anti-constitutional agenda, would certainly stamp out every individual freedom we ever enjoyed here. I sat back and was amazed that they never needed any “proof”, just throw it out there and get the far right riled up, point to the causes of our upcoming demise as Democrats and terrorism by “Muslim extremists”.

    Enough has been written about the causes of the Great Recession, and blaming the Republicans(alone) would be wrong. Bill Clinton acted as a moderate Republican in a lot of ways. The fact is that gradually, over time, it became OK to let the foxes run the henhouse. The great bank failure led to so many of the economic problems of today. The economy has made a comeback, but it has not been to the level that would really improve the lives of middle class Americans. Manufacturing jobs have become less prominent in our society, and that disenfranchised many middle class whites(non college educated)voters. We blame legislators for trying to pass international trade bills, and the loss of US jobs overseas was blamed on those agreements(NAFTA, etc). Let me say this though: No one forced the companies to ship the work overseas. The agreements simply made it easier for them to do what they’d wanted to do for quite some time. For a period of several years my wife was the manager of a small US manufacturing company. On a regular basis(I mean like every week)she was inundated with mail from lobbyists urging her to contact the local congressmen and ask them to approve legislation favorable to sending work abroad. This was not just a letter here and there but a consistent and concerted attempt to get her to do this. And this was almost 30 years ago! Greed is what runs this country’s economy, in some ways. Donald Trump acts solely out of greed, the desire to make more and more money is primary. You can say what you want about Hillary, and she has dug herself a hole that she is entirely to blame for, but she has a lot more sense that Trump. I absolutely believe that we do risk a nuclear war with him as President. He has demonstrated not even the slightest understanding of foreign or domestic policy. NOT EVEN THE SLIGHTEST!!! Imagine hiring someone to be CEO of a large corporation who admits claims he can solve all of its problems yet when asked how replies “Don’t worry, I’ll show you when I am hired…”. I can guarantee that there is not a single Board of Directors that would do that. This whole Donald Trump thing has NOTHING to do with Republican/Democrat competing ideologies, instead it is based on a cult of personality–which we know is inherently dangerous and seriously flawed. In fact, if you ask people why they think Donald Trump is the best person to lead this country, I have heard people simply say “…she ain’t Hillary…”. That’s a good reason???? Trump has spent the last year calling his opponents cheaters, liars, crooks, the devil and who knows what is next? Listen to Trump’s speeches at one of his rallies. All you hear about is how many people are there, how many were turned away, how the media is against him, blah blah blah. But you will NOT hear him offer any type of plan to effect positive changes. OK, if you think a wall in the Southwest is a good idea, then he has one plan. Good luck getting that built. Its too bad the Republicans dedicated the last 7 years to obstructing everything Obama tried to accomplish. The one thing he did(which is still an open question as to if it is a good thing or not)is The Affordable Medical Care Act. Republicans have no interest in such a thing because they have health insurance, it’s irrelevant to them. But millions of citizens are uninsured and suffer because of it. Could the ACA be better? Sure, and that’s what legislators do when they debate and seriously try to work on compromises. But that’s not to be done any more…take your position and dig the trench and don’t move. That kind of thinking lead us nowhere and created a vacuum for a egotistical demagogue who says he has all the answers. Too many “average” people will take the easy way out and foolishly believe that he has even half a brain for effective, positive change. He doesn’t. At least I believe that Hillary gives us a chance.

    Sorry for the rant here, but after the latest incredibly cruel, insensitive and obscene comments regarding the Khan’s, I just could not take it. Thanks to the Republican politicos that have come out against Trump. You will be able to re-organize your party for 2020. Maybe you can do what Paul Krugman has suggested, form a New Republican Party, one that tries to be more human, more to the Center.

  25. I’ll waste my vote and go
    I’ll waste my vote and go Libertarian.

  26. I’ll waste my vote and go
    I’ll waste my vote and go Libertarian.

  27. Hi guys. What do I know? Well
    Hi guys. What do I know? Well as a psychic I can see, hear and feel things for other people, but it’s much harder to do that for myself. I don’t consider myself a prognosticator about elections. I become personally passionate, like we all do, about my own opinions. I remember a few years ago when I was out of my mind fighting to make sure Bush was not elected again, I heard the way I hear things from the larger consciousness system that gives me information,”Marla, your opinion isn’t important. You must trust that we are outing what needs to be seen”. Other than my ego being bruised, I now see that are having the most amazing opportunity to see not only the behaviors of those in power, but ourselves. Paying attention to what is under our thoughts and actions.
    To see the things that divide us, the deep seeds of hate that exist inside us all. Waiting, waiting to be supported. Ugg. Eckhart Tolle in his book “The Power of Now” says, ” Ego identification with your mind creates an opaque screen of concepts, labels, judgments and definitions, that blocks all true relationship. It comes between you and your true self, between you and your fellow man and woman, between you and nature, between you and God. It creates the illusion of separateness the illusion that there’s you and a totally separate other. You then forget the essential fact that underneath the level of physical appearances and separate forms you are one with all that is.” IMHO we are being given another opportunity to find cohesion, a way to come together, and that the true powers that be…not the ones we think are running the show, are giving us another opportunity to grow up.

  28. Hi guys. What do I know? Well
    Hi guys. What do I know? Well as a psychic I can see, hear and feel things for other people, but it’s much harder to do that for myself. I don’t consider myself a prognosticator about elections. I become personally passionate, like we all do, about my own opinions. I remember a few years ago when I was out of my mind fighting to make sure Bush was not elected again, I heard the way I hear things from the larger consciousness system that gives me information,”Marla, your opinion isn’t important. You must trust that we are outing what needs to be seen”. Other than my ego being bruised, I now see that are having the most amazing opportunity to see not only the behaviors of those in power, but ourselves. Paying attention to what is under our thoughts and actions.
    To see the things that divide us, the deep seeds of hate that exist inside us all. Waiting, waiting to be supported. Ugg. Eckhart Tolle in his book “The Power of Now” says, ” Ego identification with your mind creates an opaque screen of concepts, labels, judgments and definitions, that blocks all true relationship. It comes between you and your true self, between you and your fellow man and woman, between you and nature, between you and God. It creates the illusion of separateness the illusion that there’s you and a totally separate other. You then forget the essential fact that underneath the level of physical appearances and separate forms you are one with all that is.” IMHO we are being given another opportunity to find cohesion, a way to come together, and that the true powers that be…not the ones we think are running the show, are giving us another opportunity to grow up.

  29. Thank you Marla. Eckhart
    Thank you Marla. Eckhart points toward the ‘canvas’ upon which all choices and conflicts appear. We are that canvas, and are as unaffected by that which appears on it as is the screen in a movie theatre. That is the ‘absolute’ or transcedental truth. But as egos, we exist in a ‘relative’ world, as characters in the movie, struggling and fighting; always haunted by fear. By identifying with the canvas, Eckhart’s actions and thoughts have become infused with wisdom, emanating from ‘presence’ rather than from ego. Deepening our identification with ‘presence’, I believe, is the great goal of life. The ego by contrast, and by definition, is so little and cut-off; it’s actions must be ill-informed; it cannot know what is best. So Trump may be impulsive and reckless, but perhaps it is the mutual hatred between Hillary and Putin that actually leads to nuclear war, triggered by something Hillary does to punish Putin, who responds like a psychopath, which is the most extreme form of ego identification. That is something John Hogue warned about as a possibility for 2017. In a nuclear conflagration, our souls may be destroyed–but the canvas at least, will be unaffected.

  30. Thank you Marla. Eckhart
    Thank you Marla. Eckhart points toward the ‘canvas’ upon which all choices and conflicts appear. We are that canvas, and are as unaffected by that which appears on it as is the screen in a movie theatre. That is the ‘absolute’ or transcedental truth. But as egos, we exist in a ‘relative’ world, as characters in the movie, struggling and fighting; always haunted by fear. By identifying with the canvas, Eckhart’s actions and thoughts have become infused with wisdom, emanating from ‘presence’ rather than from ego. Deepening our identification with ‘presence’, I believe, is the great goal of life. The ego by contrast, and by definition, is so little and cut-off; it’s actions must be ill-informed; it cannot know what is best. So Trump may be impulsive and reckless, but perhaps it is the mutual hatred between Hillary and Putin that actually leads to nuclear war, triggered by something Hillary does to punish Putin, who responds like a psychopath, which is the most extreme form of ego identification. That is something John Hogue warned about as a possibility for 2017. In a nuclear conflagration, our souls may be destroyed–but the canvas at least, will be unaffected.

  31. I am completely shocked by
    I am completely shocked by streibers unbelievable gullibility….After reading his rant I requested to my subscription to be cancelled and get a refund…that has not happened in a week…

  32. I am completely shocked by
    I am completely shocked by streibers unbelievable gullibility….After reading his rant I requested to my subscription to be cancelled and get a refund…that has not happened in a week…

  33. The entire electoral process
    The entire electoral process this cycle seems to be a Hegelian Dialectic orchestrated by eternal dark forces. Trump is playing his role to Oscar winning levels. The “dark hat” villain versus the “white hat” heroine. Where have we seen this before George Lucas? Where is Obi-wan? The media manipulation has even snared Whitley. Wake up and find the strings. Then follow them to identify your puppet master.

  34. The entire electoral process
    The entire electoral process this cycle seems to be a Hegelian Dialectic orchestrated by eternal dark forces. Trump is playing his role to Oscar winning levels. The “dark hat” villain versus the “white hat” heroine. Where have we seen this before George Lucas? Where is Obi-wan? The media manipulation has even snared Whitley. Wake up and find the strings. Then follow them to identify your puppet master.

  35. I totally agree with you
    I totally agree with you Whitley. No politician and/or aspiring leader, let alone any normal human is without dirt on his or her trousers but Trump is bone-chillingly horrifying & with no equal (at least in this hemisphere). Good on you for your sharing your convictions, I share in them and believe your journal voices the perspective of someone who sees ‘it’ clearly. Cheers, “May U live 2 see the dawn” ~ Prince

  36. I totally agree with you
    I totally agree with you Whitley. No politician and/or aspiring leader, let alone any normal human is without dirt on his or her trousers but Trump is bone-chillingly horrifying & with no equal (at least in this hemisphere). Good on you for your sharing your convictions, I share in them and believe your journal voices the perspective of someone who sees ‘it’ clearly. Cheers, “May U live 2 see the dawn” ~ Prince

  37. I recommend reading John
    I recommend reading John Hogue’s kindle book, Trump For President, for more information on both Trump and Clinton. Sometimes I feel I am reading the Akashic records in advance when I read his material. John’s July 30th posts are also an excellent introduction to his work and address Trump and Clinton, among other topics. Unknowncountry.com, hogueprophecy.com, and earthfiles.com are all superb sites I support.

  38. I recommend reading John
    I recommend reading John Hogue’s kindle book, Trump For President, for more information on both Trump and Clinton. Sometimes I feel I am reading the Akashic records in advance when I read his material. John’s July 30th posts are also an excellent introduction to his work and address Trump and Clinton, among other topics. Unknowncountry.com, hogueprophecy.com, and earthfiles.com are all superb sites I support.

  39. I find BOTH Trump and Clinton
    I find BOTH Trump and Clinton unqualified to lead the Republic. I have found that the Libertarian Party candidates Johnson & Weld have the restraint and the integrity to lead at this critical time in history.

  40. I find BOTH Trump and Clinton
    I find BOTH Trump and Clinton unqualified to lead the Republic. I have found that the Libertarian Party candidates Johnson & Weld have the restraint and the integrity to lead at this critical time in history.

  41. I agree, Whitley. Trump is a
    I agree, Whitley. Trump is a danger of emergency proportions. His base seems to be pledged to him and not to America or the GOP. It reminds me of the way people hailed Hitler and not Germany.

  42. I agree, Whitley. Trump is a
    I agree, Whitley. Trump is a danger of emergency proportions. His base seems to be pledged to him and not to America or the GOP. It reminds me of the way people hailed Hitler and not Germany.

  43. The system of checks and
    The system of checks and balances constructed by the writers of the Constitution was devised for this kind of situation. The danger is not the ideology of any single candidate, although short term consequences may indeed be catastrophic for some or many. The danger is that system may fail. The danger is that opposition will be silenced.

    So far, opposition appears to be thriving. I am not a fan of Ted Cruz, but “vote your conscience” is the best sound bite this campaign has produced.

  44. The system of checks and
    The system of checks and balances constructed by the writers of the Constitution was devised for this kind of situation. The danger is not the ideology of any single candidate, although short term consequences may indeed be catastrophic for some or many. The danger is that system may fail. The danger is that opposition will be silenced.

    So far, opposition appears to be thriving. I am not a fan of Ted Cruz, but “vote your conscience” is the best sound bite this campaign has produced.

  45. Many of the facts and events
    Many of the facts and events in “New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man”, http://economichitman.com, are publicly available, yet the thesis and background stories provide an interesting perspective on geopolitics.

    In 2008, I lived in Boston. The election night gathering I witnessed in Kenmore Square of this admittedly liberal city was reminiscent of ding dong the wicked witch is dead. I truly admire Obama, his respect for democracy, and his frequent homages to the hard work and duties that democracy requires. Nevertheless, I have also experienced disappointment with his subservience to corporate interests in Obamacare, TPP, etc.

    There are many hurdles to democratic progress, including money and corporate personhood, as well as the current state of affairs as outlined at http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-political-process-isnt-rigged-it-has-much-bigger-problems/

    Still, as I tell my kids, as long as the air is breathable, rain falls, water is drinkable and plants grow, there is hope and opportunity. I wish for us to make it easier for all. It can be difficult to identify and maintain engagement in the requisite processes. Finally, I agree with many ideas promulgated by Buckminster Fuller, including this quote that we need a shift from selfishness based in ignorance and fear to trust and working for all.

    http://10billionbillionaires.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BuckyQuote-IgnorantlyBelieve.jpg

  46. Many of the facts and events
    Many of the facts and events in “New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man”, http://economichitman.com, are publicly available, yet the thesis and background stories provide an interesting perspective on geopolitics.

    In 2008, I lived in Boston. The election night gathering I witnessed in Kenmore Square of this admittedly liberal city was reminiscent of ding dong the wicked witch is dead. I truly admire Obama, his respect for democracy, and his frequent homages to the hard work and duties that democracy requires. Nevertheless, I have also experienced disappointment with his subservience to corporate interests in Obamacare, TPP, etc.

    There are many hurdles to democratic progress, including money and corporate personhood, as well as the current state of affairs as outlined at http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-political-process-isnt-rigged-it-has-much-bigger-problems/

    Still, as I tell my kids, as long as the air is breathable, rain falls, water is drinkable and plants grow, there is hope and opportunity. I wish for us to make it easier for all. It can be difficult to identify and maintain engagement in the requisite processes. Finally, I agree with many ideas promulgated by Buckminster Fuller, including this quote that we need a shift from selfishness based in ignorance and fear to trust and working for all.

    http://10billionbillionaires.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/BuckyQuote-IgnorantlyBelieve.jpg

  47. Whitley, you have finally
    Whitley, you have finally convinced me to subscribe. Your summary of Trumpism is what did it. I hope that anyone who liked Sanders will follow Bernie’s advice and not vote for a third party candidate. Have we forgotten that votes for Ralph Nader led to the Iraq invasion and all that followed?

  48. Whitley, you have finally
    Whitley, you have finally convinced me to subscribe. Your summary of Trumpism is what did it. I hope that anyone who liked Sanders will follow Bernie’s advice and not vote for a third party candidate. Have we forgotten that votes for Ralph Nader led to the Iraq invasion and all that followed?

  49. Being a Canadian and only an
    Being a Canadian and only an observer of American politics..I would like offer a comment on the global warming viewpoint..since no matter what country we reside within, we are together on the minuses and pluses of weather…I wonder Whitley if you have read two books that I found excellent and balanced…Not by Fire, But By Ice and Ice Age Now…written by two different professional men…mankind during the Industrial Age is guilty to be sure of abusing the planet…but we are not all there is…the entire cosmos is heating up…so how do we explain that away…there are hot gaseous volcanoes on the ocean floors up north helping to dissolve the bergs…we did not create them, or hey, maybe we have in some paranormal way with our heated global anger….the constant friction we create combined must make one heck of an energetic frequency tool …end to end wars, of enormous fire power, explosions in water and air to see what happens…energy has to go somewhere … it is not our job to save the Earth, she is her own Being…when gets fed up with us…she can shake us off like a dog shakes off his fleas…..we are rather parasitic when you stop and really think about it…nations upon nations have been before us, and only their remains are evident…all from the catastrophic effect of nature – whole cities underground as well as above..we are not the first to accomplish that feat… ….it IS our job however to respect and honour her…one person at a time…combined we have the power to produce an extremely positive energetic frequency as well…it is all a matter of balance…so do glance through the cheat sheets on these two books….it may give you hope….in the GREATER PLAN…just my humble view point…Rozmund

  50. Being a Canadian and only an
    Being a Canadian and only an observer of American politics..I would like offer a comment on the global warming viewpoint..since no matter what country we reside within, we are together on the minuses and pluses of weather…I wonder Whitley if you have read two books that I found excellent and balanced…Not by Fire, But By Ice and Ice Age Now…written by two different professional men…mankind during the Industrial Age is guilty to be sure of abusing the planet…but we are not all there is…the entire cosmos is heating up…so how do we explain that away…there are hot gaseous volcanoes on the ocean floors up north helping to dissolve the bergs…we did not create them, or hey, maybe we have in some paranormal way with our heated global anger….the constant friction we create combined must make one heck of an energetic frequency tool …end to end wars, of enormous fire power, explosions in water and air to see what happens…energy has to go somewhere … it is not our job to save the Earth, she is her own Being…when gets fed up with us…she can shake us off like a dog shakes off his fleas…..we are rather parasitic when you stop and really think about it…nations upon nations have been before us, and only their remains are evident…all from the catastrophic effect of nature – whole cities underground as well as above..we are not the first to accomplish that feat… ….it IS our job however to respect and honour her…one person at a time…combined we have the power to produce an extremely positive energetic frequency as well…it is all a matter of balance…so do glance through the cheat sheets on these two books….it may give you hope….in the GREATER PLAN…just my humble view point…Rozmund

  51. Can’t we all just get along?
    Can’t we all just get along? OK, that is unreasonable; I know. We do each need to debate calmly, be truthful, be informed, and look forward. And, please respect each other. My opinion matters no more than the next person, but I think Marla’s post rang true, this cycle is revealing something about ourselves. Healthy passion is morphing into unhealthy judgment among ourselves. No matter what opinion each person forms, it should be well thought out, supported, full of hope and promise, and formed with intent to improve all life on this planet. There is no quick formula…just inspiration and hope. Diplomacy is an ally to one’s growth and cause…let’s use that on all sides of the discussion (Many thanks to my visitors for that lesson early in life).

  52. Can’t we all just get along?
    Can’t we all just get along? OK, that is unreasonable; I know. We do each need to debate calmly, be truthful, be informed, and look forward. And, please respect each other. My opinion matters no more than the next person, but I think Marla’s post rang true, this cycle is revealing something about ourselves. Healthy passion is morphing into unhealthy judgment among ourselves. No matter what opinion each person forms, it should be well thought out, supported, full of hope and promise, and formed with intent to improve all life on this planet. There is no quick formula…just inspiration and hope. Diplomacy is an ally to one’s growth and cause…let’s use that on all sides of the discussion (Many thanks to my visitors for that lesson early in life).

  53. The fact that BOTH the Dems
    The fact that BOTH the Dems and the GOP are fearful of Trump speaks volumes about how corrupt the system has become. And no, they do not fear him for the sake of the country, they fear him because the do not want to see their corruption gravy train come to an end. The rise of Trump right on schedule for the cycle of political change in third parties according to Martin Armstrong. Armstrong has proven again and again that cycles rule the world, not society manipulation. The sadest and most pathetic thing about this election is the horrific bias that the media has 24/7 against Trump. The media has gone full propaganda against Trump and his supporters and that is one reason I am done with the rabid leftists in this country. The left is in bed more with Wall Street than the GOP, yet the nonexixtent reporting of the facts has turned betrade all of us. The education system has become a place of social engineering lefitist propaganda and anti-free thinking and even fear of alternative ideas (ie, safe zones for contrary idea’s). If someone questions the current state of the news they are called racist, bigoted, or a facist. How is this the free speach that I once supported the left for? The world has gone mad when Nixon was seen as a crook for erasing 18 minutes of a recording, yet 30,000 emails were deleted and the media and Washington look the other way. If anyone fears WWIII then don’t vote for HRC. She would gladly start a war for money. “Ye, shall know them by the fruit of the tree…” As for global warming, there are still many scientists who are calling foul on the global warming data. Much of the data has been manipulated for political reasons and that manipultion has been proven again and again. The visitors that have met with Whitley have lied to him many times and this may or may not be one of them. Debate and facts ALWAYs matter, bet the big brother world we are in now is about shutting down debate and denying contrary opinion and questioning those in power.

  54. The fact that BOTH the Dems
    The fact that BOTH the Dems and the GOP are fearful of Trump speaks volumes about how corrupt the system has become. And no, they do not fear him for the sake of the country, they fear him because the do not want to see their corruption gravy train come to an end. The rise of Trump right on schedule for the cycle of political change in third parties according to Martin Armstrong. Armstrong has proven again and again that cycles rule the world, not society manipulation. The sadest and most pathetic thing about this election is the horrific bias that the media has 24/7 against Trump. The media has gone full propaganda against Trump and his supporters and that is one reason I am done with the rabid leftists in this country. The left is in bed more with Wall Street than the GOP, yet the nonexixtent reporting of the facts has turned betrade all of us. The education system has become a place of social engineering lefitist propaganda and anti-free thinking and even fear of alternative ideas (ie, safe zones for contrary idea’s). If someone questions the current state of the news they are called racist, bigoted, or a facist. How is this the free speach that I once supported the left for? The world has gone mad when Nixon was seen as a crook for erasing 18 minutes of a recording, yet 30,000 emails were deleted and the media and Washington look the other way. If anyone fears WWIII then don’t vote for HRC. She would gladly start a war for money. “Ye, shall know them by the fruit of the tree…” As for global warming, there are still many scientists who are calling foul on the global warming data. Much of the data has been manipulated for political reasons and that manipultion has been proven again and again. The visitors that have met with Whitley have lied to him many times and this may or may not be one of them. Debate and facts ALWAYs matter, bet the big brother world we are in now is about shutting down debate and denying contrary opinion and questioning those in power.

  55. It is 2016 and so many
    It is 2016 and so many Americans still cannot see through the deception of every administration since the assassination of President Kennedy INCLUDING the current one! How many still believe in the lone nut and magic bullet theory?
    Again, more than ever before, Americans will have a choice between a disaster(DT) and a catastrophe(HRC) in another “presidential” election this November.

  56. It is 2016 and so many
    It is 2016 and so many Americans still cannot see through the deception of every administration since the assassination of President Kennedy INCLUDING the current one! How many still believe in the lone nut and magic bullet theory?
    Again, more than ever before, Americans will have a choice between a disaster(DT) and a catastrophe(HRC) in another “presidential” election this November.

  57. I hope Whitley can have
    I hope Whitley can have Starfire Tor speak on Dreamland about the importance of this election. She has been posting about a (time looping) nuclear catastrophe if a particular candidate is elected.

  58. I hope Whitley can have
    I hope Whitley can have Starfire Tor speak on Dreamland about the importance of this election. She has been posting about a (time looping) nuclear catastrophe if a particular candidate is elected.

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