Letter - Getting back to what we the people thought we hadThis is about the fiscal cliff and no one in Washington really seeming to care.
To the editor:
This is about the fiscal cliff and no one in Washington really seeming to care. Global warming: real, not real? Constant overseas conflicts, to what end? The recent shootings as if almost by script, mental issues, evil firearms. Us, bickering, pointing fingers and complaining about who is at fault. Some want to change the Constitution by taking more of our rights away, with hopes of making it a better country? “We the people” have been hurt, and are hurting.
For the past 10 years or so, I have been prone to lying awake at night wondering what was really going on, and why. I had a lot of dots of information with nothing making real sense in what I perceived to be the scheme of things. It was time to go on the hunt to see what was out there.
Via the Internet, I found David Vaughan Icke, who was born April 29, 1952. He is a British writer and public speaker known for his conspiracy literature. He is the author of 19 books. His recent speaking engagements included the Nokia Theatre in Times Square in November of 2011 and Wembley Arena in London in October of 2012. He got a standing ovation in New York. Something had hit home with those 2,000 people.
For 10 hours I listened to the Wembley presentation. Parts of it were totally unbelievable, parts had solid backing, other parts were scary, and other parts made me angry.
If you absolutely don’t have time to watch it or do not care to, give this information to someone else that can. You may see, however, that they are having a harder time swallowing everything that is being fed to us.