Archive for January, 2019

Americans must understand that their government exists to serve them—not they to serve their government.

Americans on the political right must understand that Zionism is Jewish nationalism—and that the State of Israel is a Jewish-nationalist state.

They must understand that their federal government has no right to use their tax dollars, without their consent, to fund the Jewish-nationalist State of Israel—the Zionist State.

 

Americans on the political left must understand that it does not matter how they feel about the historical Confederate States of America—it only matters that historical flags and monuments, in public spaces, belong to them, the public.

They must understand that their state and local governments have no right to censor their Confederate flags and monuments, without their consent.  

 

Americans on the political right must understand that their federal government exists to serve them—not they to serve their federal government.

Americans on the political left must understand that their state and local governments exist to serve them—not they to serve their state and local governments.

Americans must understand that their government exists to serve them—not they to serve their government.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day?

Protesters wave Palestinians flags in front of Israeli solders on Gaza’s border with Israel, east of Beit Lahiya, Gaza Strip, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. A leading Israel human rights group urged Israeli forces in a rare step Wednesday to disobey open-fire orders unless Gaza protesters pose an imminent threat to soldiers’ lives. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

Palestinian mourners carry the body of 23-year-old Mojahid al-Khodari, who was killed early Thursday morning by an Israeli airstrike, during his funeral in Gaza City, Thursday, April 5, 2018. A second man died Thursday from wounds sustained in a mass protest along the Israeli border. The fatalities bring to 21 the number of people killed in confrontations in the volatile area since last week. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

A relative of Palestinian Mohammed Abu Saada, who was killed on Friday during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Gaza-Israel border, mourns at a hospital morgue in the central Gaza Strip November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

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Palestinians carry the body of five-year-old boy Abdulrahman Khatab, who hospital officials said was killed in an Israeli air strike, during his funeral at a cemetery in Deir El-Balah in the central Gaza Strip July 11, 2014. A fourth day of Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip killed 11 more Palestinians on Friday, raising the death toll in the coastal enclave to at least 96, most of them civilians, Palestinian officials said. REUTERS/Ashraf Amrah (GAZA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) TEMPLATE OUT – RTR3Y62J

GAZA CITY, GAZA – JULY 12: An Israeli airstrike destroyed the Al-Evkaf Masjid in al-Nuseirat Refugee Camp within the ongoing ‘Operation Protective Edge’ in Gaza City, Gaza on July 12, 2014. (Photo by Ezz Zanoun/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

A young man sleeps in a house that was shelled by Israel during Operation Protective Edge, east of Gaza City, on September 1, 2014.
GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP – SEPTEMBER 1, 2014 – Local residents visited their house that was shelled by Israel during the Operation Protective Edge by Israel, in the Shejaia neighbourhood, east of Gaza City. (Photo by Ahmed Hjazy / Pacific Press/Sipa USA) (Newscom TagID: sipaphotosfour924229.jpg) [Photo via Newscom]

A Palestinian woman gestures as she stands amidst destruction following an Israeli military strike in Gaza City on July 08, 2014 . The Israeli air force launched dozens of raids on the Gaza Strip overnight after massive rocket fire from the enclave pounded southern Israel, leaving 17 people injured, sources said. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD HAMS

A Palestinian scout collects human remains from a classroom inside a UN school in Gaza City after the area was hit by shelling on July 30, 2014. Israeli bombardments early on July 30 killed “dozens” of Palestinians in Gaza, including at least 16 at a UN school, medics said, on day 23 of the Israel-Hamas conflict. AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI

Palestinian laborers wait to cross an Israeli checkpoint as they return to their homes after a day’s work in the Jewish state in 2010 near the village of Ni’ilin in the West Bank

Israeli forces, including soldiers disguised as Palestinians, violently arrest a Palestinian child in occupied Jerusalem on October 24, 2014.

The occupied Palestinian territories have seen a rise in clashes and protests due to Israeli army raids on Qalandiya and Jenin camps over the past two weeks.

If we shut down the Democratic and Republican parties, we can prevent them from ever shutting down our federal government again.

In 1990, I was a member of a Mobile, Alabama, chapter of Toastmasters International.

I was 24 years old, and still not registered to vote.

I remember complaining about something, and being asked, by one of my fellow Toastmasters, if I had voted.

I said I had not—and was told not to complain then.

I registered to vote—right away.

I registered with the Republican Party—and voted in the 1990 midterm elections.

Then I voted for H. Ross Perot, in the 1992 presidential election—I surely wish enough other Americans had voted for him.

Votes are like pennies.

Individually, pennies are worth less than the copper of which they are made.

But collectively, pennies are worth a great deal—in fact, there is no limit to the value that pennies can have, collectively.

If enough Americans, in enough states, would have voted for H. Ross Perot, in 1992, he would have won the electoral vote—and been elected the second independent president of the United States.

In 2000, I voted for George W. Bush—and I did not oppose his sending troops to Afghanistan, after September 11, 2001.

But in 2003, when President Bush announced that he would be sending troops to Iraq, I remember thinking, Vietnam, Vietnam, Vietnam.

I immediately changed my voting registration to independent—no party affiliation—where it remains today.

Because Florida is a closed-primary state—as most states are—I am prohibited, by law, from voting in the Democratic or Republican primaries, in any election year.

Yet this is a small price to pay—I am proud to be an independent American voter.

And I know that if enough of my fellow Americans likewise abandon the Democratic and Republican parties—together, we can stop both the Democratic and Republican parties from discriminating against independent and third-party voters.

This longest of federal-government shutdowns should be the last straw, for Democratic voters and Republican voters.

Both the Democratic and Republican parties are responsible for this federal-government shutdown—both Democratic and Republican politicians are responsible for this federal-government shutdown.

But most Democratic voters are simply blaming Republican politicians for this shutdown.

And most Republican voters are simply blaming Democratic politicians for this shutdown.

And our federal government is still shut down—still closed.

But our state and local governments are still up and running—still open for business.

And most significantly, the voting-registration offices remain open.

https://vote.gov/

If enough Americans abandon the Democratic and Republican parties—by changing their voting registrations to independent (no party affiliation)—they we can shut down the Democratic and Republican parties.

And if we shut down the Democratic and Republican parties—by abandoning them—we can prevent them from ever shutting down our federal government again.

Pensacola zTrip: An Ex-Customer Review

Raymond Stewart (whose phone number is (850) 433-3520) was the owner of the Pensacola franchise of Yellow Cab.  All of the drivers and dispatchers of Pensacola Yellow Cab were—to my knowledge—good, hardworking people.

Mr. Stewart decided to sell his Yellow Cab franchise to zTrip—a subsidiary of Kansas City Transportation Group, whose president and CEO is Bill George Jr.

After Raymond Stewart sold Pensacola Yellow Cab to zTrip, two representatives of zTrip came to the Pensacola Yellow Cab office—and fired all (or most) of Raymond Stewart’s good, hardworking dispatchers, in order to replace them with a single robot (automated systemreservation line (whose phone number is (850) 433-3333 (outsourced-to-Utah-dispatch-office-number (850) 433-1143)).

Some of those dispatchers had been working for Pensacola Yellow Cab for many years, possibly decades.  And none of those dispatchers received any notice, before they were fired.

Now, there is only one dispatcher at the Pensacola zTrip dispatch office (whose phone number is (850) 390-4618), at a time.  Each of these few Pensacola zTrip dispatchers are—to my knowledge—good, hardworking people.  The manager of the Pensacola zTrip dispatch office is Tracy Boyd (whose phone number is (850) 437-7596).  To my knowledge, Tracy Boyd is not a dispatcher. 

Immediately after zTrip representatives fired all (or most) of Raymond Stewart’s good, hardworking dispatchers—they set to work getting rid of all (or most) of Raymond Stewart’s good, hardworking drivers.  They did this (and are still doing this) by hiring new employees, off the street, and immediately leasing them brand-new, zTrip vehicles—and withholding adequate support and vehicle-maintenance from the former Yellow Cab drivers (letting them go without work for days, and even weeks at a time—while their old vehicles go through a constant cycle of breakdowns and inadequate repairs).     

Some of these drivers had been working for Pensacola Yellow Cab for many years, possibly decades.  And none of these drivers have received any notice, before they have been discarded.

zTrip corporate (Kansas City Transportation Group (namely Bill George Jr.)) treats its customers as badly as its employees.

Tracy Boyd treats his customers as badly as his employees (he will return your call once, place you on hold indefinitely, until you finally get tired of waiting on the line—then never speak with you again).

And Raymond Stewart treats his customers as badly as his employees (rather than return any of your calls, he will block the Pensacola zTrip dispatch number from your phone—then block his phone number from your phone, after calling you a motherfucker, and further giving you verbal hell for bothering him).

I intend to file lawsuits against Pensacola zTrip (namely Raymond Stewart) and Kansas City Transportation Group (namely Bill George Jr.).

But in the meantime, I know it is my personal responsibility to let everyone know what Raymond Stewart has allowed zTrip to do to his loyal customers, his loyal drivers—and especially his loyal dispatchers.

Greed destroys lives.

QUESTIONS FOR THE POLITICAL LEFT AND RIGHT

You support government-imposed censorship of Confederate flags and monuments?

Do you value your First Amendment right to freedom of speech?

Then why are you supportive of state and local politicians violating your First Amendment right to freedom of speech—by censoring your historical flags and monuments, without your consent?

 

You “stand with Israel?”

Are you supportive of White nationalism?

Are you supportive of Black nationalism?

Then why are you supportive of Jewish nationalism—by being supportive of federal politicians annually using billions of your tax dollars, without your consent, to fund a Jewish-nationalist state?

SIXTH WILL AND TESTAMENT

This Digital Age is bringing out the worst in people.

And the more Digital-Age stuff they have, the worse they are getting.

This is the reason our government is such a mess—at the federal, state, and local levels.

The people are such a mess.

Their smartphones are nothing but little, electronic drugs—and they are nothing but drug addicts.

And our government is nothing but a pusher—at the federal, state, and local levels.

And our corporations are nothing but pushers.

The smartphone is the most insidiously addictive drug ever developed in human history.

Every single smartphone user is addicted to his or her smartphone, to some degree.

The apps (applications) are what drives the addiction.

‘Get this app,’ ‘Get that app.’

This is how our government and our corporations are pushing this little, electronic drug.

The more apps smartphone users get, the more addicted to their Digital-Age pacifiers they get.

Their smartphones are mindless, godless, and inhuman—and they get more and more mindless, godless, and inhuman, as they get more and more addicted to those little, electronic drugs.

Only those, like me, who chose not to get cellphones or smartphones, in the first place, can see what’s going on.

Only those, like me, who chose not to get Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or other social media accounts, in the first place, can see what’s going on.

Only those, like me, who choose to limit the Digital-Age technology in their lives, can see what’s going on.

From Scott Mayo, Pensacola, Florida—feedback on your Firing Line program of 01/18/19

Ms. (Margaret) Hoover:
I have recorded your interview with Tamika Mallory on my DVR, and your interrogation of Ms. Mallory is making me angry.  Ms. Mallory will not tell you whether she thinks Israel has a right to exist, or whether the Israeli Jews are the native Jews of Palestine—probably because it’s none of your business.  But I will.
Ms. Hoover, Israel does not have a right to exist.  And the Israeli Jews are not the native Jews of Palestine—not the overwhelming majority of them.
Ms. Hoover, I understand your need to ask tough questions on your program—I understand your desire to follow in the footsteps of William F. Buckley Jr.
But Ms. Mallory does not owe you a straight answer on everything.  She is a guest on your show, and you, an American of European descent, are showing the same kind of disrespect toward her, an American of African descent, that she has been addressing for most of this interview.
I am about to watch the rest of your interview with Tamika Mallory—but I wanted to give you this viewer feedback while it was still fresh on my mind.
Ms. Hoover, you are demanding that Tamika Mallory assure you that she is a Zionist. Tamika Mallory is obviously not a Zionist, because she knows what Zionism is.
You know what Zionism is too.  You know that Zionism is Jewish nationalism—yet you are demanding that Tamika Mallory condone Jewish nationalism, while you simultaneously condemn White nationalism. You are blatantly showing your White-liberal hypocrisy—and it is sickening.
Ms. Hoover, I feel that you owe Tamika Mallory an apology.
Scott Mayo
Pensacola, Florida
solosocial.wordpress.com

A SHORT SERMON FOR TODAY

God is not limited to one system of beliefs; God’s Word is not limited to one form of communication.  God is beyond anything we humans can imagine, classify, or manipulate.  In attempting to limit God, we only limit ourselves.

 

No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other.  Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

Matthew 6:24

 

Om Asato Maa Sadgamaya

Tamaso Maa Jyotir Gamaya

Mrityor Maa Amrtam Gamaya.

Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih.

(Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, 1st Adhyaya, 3rd Brahmana, 28th Mantra)

O Lord please lead me from the unreal to the real.

Lead me from darkness to light (i.e. from ignorance to knowledge).

Lead me from death to immortality.

May there be peace, peace and perfect peace.

 

Because God’s Word is not limited to one form of communication, it can be found in the scriptures of different religions—including Christianity and Hinduism.

God leads us from the unreal to the real.

God leads us from darkness to light.

God leads us from death to immortality.

But mammon leads us from the real to the unreal.

Mammon leads us from light to darkness.

And mammon leads us from immortality to death.

When we serve God, we are lead from the unreal to the real.

When we serve God, we are lead from darkness to light.

When we serve God, we are lead from death to immortality.

But when we serve mammon, we are lead from the real to the unreal.

When we serve mammon, we are lead from light to darkness.

And when we serve mammon, we are lead from immortality to death.

May we serve God.

May we not serve mammon.

And, yes, may there be peace, peace, and perfect peace.

TWELVE

I have just contacted President-elect and President Trump, for the twelfth time.  Won’t you contact him, for the first time?

https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

WHY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN CONTINUES

As of December 22, 2018, 800,000 federal employees are no longer getting paid.

But every judge of the Supreme Court, and of the lower federal courts, is still getting paid.

And every senator and representative of Congress is still getting paid.

And the President of the United States is still getting paid.

 

As of December 22, 2018, 800,000 federal employees are suffering—badly.

But no judge of the Supreme Court, or of the lower federal courts, is suffering—at all.

And no senator or representative of Congress is suffering—at all.

And the President of the United States is not suffering—at all.


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