Shedding Light On Humanity And Exposing Corruption Within Our Leadership


Enlightenment: A Call to Action Part One

April 17th, 2017 6:00am

Enlightenment: A Call to Action Part One

I'm writing this because I love my country. I want a future of freedom and liberty for my fellow man. I believe in the American dream.

I want a world where invention and creativity is not snuffed out by wealthy multinational companies whose only concern is their own bottom line. These companies that sell their own demise tomorrow for an uptick in the DOW today. The pervasive, corrupt, soulless titans that see money as their god and humans as cattle. These companies that dictate who rises and who falls.

This is about deadly competition. Who or what dies you ask? Innovation dies, liberties die, sovereign nations die, with much human casualty. There is no god here. This is pure evil. For this I must say I have found that money is not the root of all evil. It is human greed that is the root of all evil. Pure and simple.

Kindness and peace inherently want just that. Humans are born happy, this has been proven. Evil is learned. Evil is ambitious at all costs. But, evil is ultimately self destructive. This is the only reason why good has not been snuffed out already.

Sometimes our lessons are long. Our trials may last for decades. Our inconsistencies and sometimes complacent nature open the door to evil. After all, we are only human. "To error is human".

We who are kind and peaceful are not always watching the woods. We are helping, teaching, laughing, singing, raising our children, enjoying the fruits of our labor. Unfortunately for us this is the time when evil strikes deep and hard.

To come to the realization that one has been taken advantage of and preyed upon by evil is very unsettling. It should shock you to the core to find out after all these years, everything you know to be, is a façade. A lie so profound that it takes months or years to wrap your head around it all. It is only then that reality, your very essence, is called to question.    

Reinhold Niebuhr said it best.

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference.


 A bit of US history.

The deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 were held in strict secrecy. Anxious citizens gathered outside Independence Hall when the proceedings ended in order to learn what had been produced behind closed doors. The answer was provided immediately. A Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” With no hesitation whatsoever, Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.” 


The previous quote and phrase strike me deeply. Being kind and peaceful, I am awoken.

For over a century our country has been torn. Our Constitution has been treaded upon. Our lives have been manipulated.

The United States of America is only in our hearts. The reality is that it does not exist but in our hearts.

The reality is that we currently live in the United Sates of Exxon/Mobile, The United States of Microsoft, The United States of For Motor Company, the United States of Johnson & Johnson and the list goes on.

These are the largest multinational companies in the world. Their products span the globe. These public companies lobby for bills that protect them at all costs. They literally payoff our government to look the other way or to so blatantly bend the rules and supersede our Constitutional rights in the name of profits. They are literally above the law.

The citizens of the United States have been sold out to government greed. High ranking policy makers are the spear tip of this pandemic. Our own government, designed to protect us, currently only protect big business interests. Our country is dying the slow death of patient gradualism right under our noses.

This is not the USA. These are non-American values at work. This is Washington DC from the top to the bottom. From the presidency, to the county sheriff, to the clerk recorder.

These are the secret government dealings we don't hear about. This information largely goes suppressed until a whistleblower or a savvy investigative reporter brings such subject matter to light. Then and only then do we listen. Sometimes it's years, decades, a century in the making. But we can't just sit back and listen. Something must be done.

There is a secret permanent government operation going on that is destroying the very foundation of this country. Our liberties are at stake. Our children, our livelihood, everything is slowly shrinking into the clutches of the madmen that truly run, not only this country, but the world. They want total domination.

If these people are not stopped, in time, they will win and the United States of America, the one in our hearts, will be nothing more than a utopian dream.


"God give me the courage to change that which must be changed"

It's true, we can revolt. Do you have the courage to take back your country? To get up off the couch and turn off the TV and write a letter to your congressman? To really pay attention to the atrocity to mankind being committed by Washington for the sake of greed and power, not our safety. Can you make the time in your day to make a difference in the lives of the America people? If you don't, they will, and they will own you, us.

This sounds incredible. It's unbelievable. But it's real. It's here. It's now. Now is no the time for complacentcy.


John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address January 20th, 1961 inspired people to see the importance of civic action and public service.

 “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country,”

A challenge for every American to contribute in some way to the public good.



Baron- T3



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