Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The right to bear arms

The right to bear arms
everyone knows drugs can be used as a weapon- although we refuse to look at the seriousness of this fact through out time drugs have been used as a weapon- the right to bear arms is even more important today than ever before, especially when their are billion dollar foreign owned pharmaceutical companies and another billion dollars being made off our old and sick. The right to bear arms, to use the power of the plants God has given to man at his discretion can not be denied- yet with the addicts on our streets being criminalize forced to take what ever cure the monopoly is pushing this year while he is denied the right to defend against someone- something- or some drug used to take away his will away. " his will they take away" their endorphin studies- the Kentucky drug farm, Edgewood- Its a known Fact Nixon had to do something about the anti war protesters, the Berkeley subversives and what better way than to have a drug war- every year a new drug hits the streets , crack- meth- oxy what ever, more and more people continue to fall victim-  Even in your old age we as Americans are denied the right to "bare Arms against aces and pains without submitting  to the doctor. Its part of The drug war, whether something is planted on a person- the accusation made against the person or weather someone has given you the CRAVE you are forced to pay endlessly for the medical monopoly's  incompetence.or be criminalize. Its a war where only one side is allowed to have the power , the knowledge and all rights are denied to you and handed over to someone  to decide for you, whats best for you like it or be criminalized we must insure the right to bear arms against a profit driven medical monopoly we should not sell out our children's freedom the natural rights the genetic, the hereditary the neurological the historical rights of man to be mortal- to smoke to drink to have fun can not be handed over to the profit of foreign owned medical monopoly's or they will make slave machines out of us. read more in the book ABOUT CHRISTIANS AND FREEDOM @Amazon.com www.smokingspirit123.com

Sunday, January 27, 2013

the poor in India have it better than the poor in America

smok ingspirit <smokingspirit123@gmail.com> Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 3:23 PM
To: readings@harpers.org
Experience homelessness

My experience with being homeless has been an eye opener- I never thought it would happen to me, but if it could happen to me it could happen to you, it could happen to anyone- eventually – let me tell you what to expect , first off the sanitary condition of living on the streets is horrendous for some reason Americans must have a fear of urinals, toilets and sinks that they keep them locked up in waste closets or require the poor to buy something to use them or urinate in the nearest door way and possibly get arrested for indecent exposure or some other sex crime. Get ready to give up all privacy and dignity, although our forefathers built elaborate bath houses and free opera seats for the poor not in today's society homelessness is a multi billion dollar business. And although there are some good people working within the system to help the homeless the system is badly broke and overwhelmed – get ready to stand in long lines all day long for day old food or for a shelter to spend the night In of course with fifty other men on a matt in one large room and with curfew is the best you could expect . For the homeless to accomplish one simple task in a day is a big accomplishment. what would normally take someone an hour at the most now can take all day. This system is so badly broke that I have to wonder if the hidden agenda is to feed the prison empire force the people into prison labor if they refuse to work for minimum wage or slave labor moving the homeless on from one spot to another and other physiological warfare that most homeless end up cracking and or becoming a medical experiment denying the homeless any type of security not allowing them to put up tents or use any Porta potties and with no place to store your stuff its either stolen while asleep or from the street cleaners so the homeless go out and steel anything that rolls our forefathers at least could have a mule or a horse to move their stuff; it seem the whole system is to make criminals out of the people where they can spend $ 30,000 a year to keep them locked away TOO many times I have seen people running out of stores into moving traffic to try to steal some food. Too many times I have seen desperate people take desperate action when only a few dollars would've kept the poor happy. let me tell you what my typical day is I get to sleep in the subway about 1:AM where noises -beeping - street cleaners and drunks are all ways present, I am awaken at 4:AM and moved on where I try to find a dry semi warm place to crash then again I am awaken at 6:AM forced to keep moving, no sitting or laying as my resumes go out to a black hole looking for work becomes less and less important- I spend my day SPANGING (begging for SPAre chanNGE ) when I get enough money I can travel for hours, walking LUGGING MY STUFF around to get to a place where I can take a shower for 15 minuets that runs from hot to cold water of course going through a security that tears your bag apart while all the people stand around looking at everything you have ( tighter than airport security) either that or join some right wing organization who is going to save my soul, the American idea of self reliance and independenceis put to shamble as you are forced to become more and more reliant on a system that doest work and forced to associate and stand in long lines with those who lack any education except how to fight or what the latest big Drama going on between bums yes some of these people are crazy, lazy, criminals or ex criminals , some are heavy drug users some are really good people but if the medical monopoly cant cure them why should the state criminalize them its so sad to see good people who are 60-90% fine most of the time but then have a terrible addiction and instead of the state caring they criminalize us and work to make criminals out of us for even asking for change which only causes more and more crime and violence but I see more are just decent people who've played by the rules all their life only to have the system steal it all, the middle class is under attack and the poor have been under attack a long time in my opion there are a few things they could do
1. Let the people put up tents in vacant lots- some of these people will never could never fit any other way
2. Put a tax on vacant property that doubles every year that way they would lower their prices or pay the tax
3. Supply these addicts with compassionate care if the gangs can keep drug illegal they can profit – take the profit out and you will end the huge addiction problem or keep watching more and more people fall victim as they take away his will( the only thing that can stop the drug problem is education and freedom of choice)
4. If schools cant teach peace and tolerance then close them, the key to a Strong democracy is liberty and tolerance (Ben Franklin)
5. Get these high risk people who might want to commit a crime and PAY FOR PROGRESS pay them for being good citizens its a hell of a lot cheaper than incarcerating them read more in the books ABOUT CHRISTIANS AND FREEDOM @AMAZON.com – or AN OPENING FOR THE LIVING both by smokingspirit123.com