Letter writer: ‘America the Beautiful’ is under assault from within

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It is worthy of note that now, in 2015, “America the Beautiful” is under full assault from within. With the exception of the corporations and the 1 percent that own them, the people, our land, water, air, animals and food are rapidly being degraded, compromised and lost. So, too, our heroes, our pride and our children’s future.

The coming national elections may be the first with multiple documentaries available on the Web which outline in compelling detail [the] past crimes of the “leading” candidates, their families and the very manipulation of the system they hope to act as figurehead for (president). How weird is this: the Clintons, the Bushes, Carroll Quigley and off-planet technology available for review.

Doesn’t anyone wonder why some of the greatest inventors such as Tesla, Walter Russell, Rife and Van Tassel are rarely mentioned or remain unknown — washed out of history as much as possible. Simply put, the significance of their insights, inventions and focus of research was not profitable for corporations: People be damned. To this day, engines that run on water, zero point (over unity) generators and frequency generators for the human body are all suppressed, inventors hushed up or eliminated, work sabotaged.

The value of confronting these historic facts is to remove any illusion of security beyond our own control. The system is broken and needs love and care, spirit of intention and personal significance. This is a time when that which was hidden will be revealed: personally, socially and the evolving truth of one world, one people, one love, one pulse of life.

— William Chalk

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One thought on “Letter writer: ‘America the Beautiful’ is under assault from within

  1. Richard Boucher

    Re “America the Beautiful” under assault. Yes, Mr. Chalk, indeed it is. By Islamic extremists, ideological zealots, Big Brother (the Federal Gov’t) should-run-everything liberal mindset, corporations and those working for them and owning them are evildoers mindset, and so on.
    I would bet a small sum that you are a professor, or, if not, your career has been in the field of academia or a profession that has little experience with the workings of our capitalist system (I realize I have just identified myself to most liberal readers as one of the bad guys).
    You lost credence when you state, in the first paragraph, that corporations are owned by “the one percent”. Apparently you are not aware of the workings of the equity and bond markets, and you do not have a retirement account, or you have no idea what constitutes the value of your mutual fund/retirement account. Many of us are owners of “The Corporations”, which sell stock, which is a share of the business. And those shares make up the mutual funds which, hopefully, will increase so we can enjoy our will earned retirement. And the more profitable the businesses comprising our stock and bond portfolio, the more money we will have available to enjoy our retirement years.
    It is all quite simple. All you need to do is lift your ideological blinders, open your mind to what really drives our lifestyle, freedom from want, ability to enjoy our work and speak out as we wish, and the ability to defend these pleasures not available to a large share of the world’s populations by being able to afford a formidable military force that would deny those who wish to take what we have built. Lastly, I challenge you to prove that what you have, what I have, and what even millionaires have (I am not one, hope you are), has no relevance whatever to what the poor and disabled do not have. On the contrary, our work, education, and yes, good fortune, in turn provides hope for those who are disabled, either physically and mentally, by our charitable instinct, and not by redistribution of income ideological schemes proposed by Bernie Sanders, Hillary, or the President for that matter. Peace and Justice, not demagoguery and ideological ranting, will hopefully be our mutual goals.

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