Sexual Harassment: Weinstein, Spacey, et al and creepy stuff of Joe Biden **edited

I’ve kept silent about the Weinstein/Spacey/add a name here harassment claims because I smell something rotten.  These are rich powerful men who usually get away with harassment…so I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, so to speak, to see why this is coming out now.

There’s a reason, folks, because the Cabal is controlling the media now so if you are seeing something prominently displayed, it’s either punishment for not going along with the Cabal or it is to distract you from something terrible going on behind the scenes…

So today I click on yahoo news, and there is Joe Biden trying to yet again to make himself out to be some sort of proponent for women.  After the videos I have viewed recently on Anita Hill and Biden, he makes me sick.

The video below is a compilation of creepy moments with Joe Biden.  Pay close attention to where his hands are, how he continually puts his hands around the women’s waists.  NOTE TO BIDEN AND OTHERS: PUTTING YOUR HANDS ON A WOMAN’S WAIST IS AN INTIMATE GESTURE AND IS NOT WELCOME UNLESS YOU ARE HER MATE!!

Biden also continually strokes the women/girls hair and inappropriately kissing women on the cheek, as if they were family members.  He also continually admonishes the young girls, who aren’t even thinking about boys at this point, to not date until they are thirty!

So Biden clearly does not know boundaries and he sure the hell should not be consulted for rules regarding such.  He deliberately thwarted Anita Hill in order to curry favor with George H.W. Bush.  That alone should negate anything this man says.  It makes me angry that I believed in Biden when he advocated for the VAWA (Violence Against Women Act).  The joke is on me and other women who trusted a man who did not deserve it.

 

Here’s another one that just sends chills down the spine at the openly molesting of the little girls.   The young red haired girl is clearly uncomfortable with whatever Biden is saying to her (by the way, there are many videos asking WTH he was whispering in her ear — he was whispering so low that none of the microphones could pick it up).  This poor girl reminded me of me when I was young and creepy men used to do that sort of thing to me.  I reacted the same way as she did.  I very distinctly remember hiding behind my mother’s skirts when men would wink at me.  Even as a five year old, my instincts were telling me to get away from these men.  Unfortunately, we women are told to be nice and friendly and dismiss our instincts…to our own peril.

There’s also a video out of Jeff Sessions swatting Biden’s hands away from his granddaughter.  I don’t care for Sessions, but I admire his protecting his granddaughter from being molested.

So I don’t know about Roy Moore….it just feels wrong about what is happening to him.  I tend to believe women when they say they have been raped or molested, but my instincts are telling me that this woman is not telling the truth.  I could be wrong, but it just feels like he is being attackedRed flags on this are:  every single media outlet is on it –that is a huge flag to everyone when they are ALL saying the same thing since the media is controlled by the CABAL now.

**edited:  12.7.17 — the more I read of Roy Moore, the more I feel that he is no innocent victim.  So I amend this post by saying that I am not sure why he is a human ping-pong between conservative and liberal viewpoints, but I feel less sure about my initial concerns that he was being bullied.  As a matter of fact, it seems that with the addition of Matt Lauer (sp) and Al Franken, that it is now being used for goals other than to seek justice for women.  Matt Lauer was known to be a sexual predator.  They even joked about it at roasts, collectively humiliating Ann Curry by racist Asian women jokes.  #$%&!  So his firing had NOTHING to do with sexual harassment…and probably had everything to do with the fact that their ratings were going down and he was waaaay overpaid.

The second red flag is when I was flipping through the channels and landed on Faux news with the four women talking on Outnumbered.  Faux is trying so hard to make it look like they are giving women a voice, when these women are wearing skin tight dresses with the hemlines up to there, high heels, make-up, and clearly are sexualizing their positions. This flies in the face of respect and honor of women in a sacred way.

One was saying that she “would not want someone in Congress with these allegations against them…”  This sentence alone makes me think the allegations are false and they don’t want him in Congress because he is not going to go along with the rest of them.

As an American citizen, you are guaranteed the right to appear in court and face your accusers and be allowed to present your own evidence against the allegations.  It’s called justice.  Allegations are just that — somebody saying something against someone else.  Without the 6th Amendment, anyone could say anything against another without fear of being punished for lying about someone else.  It’s also in the Commandments:  Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness.  How wise God is…

All of this brings up Anita Hill, who was horribly and relentlessly harassed by Clarence Thomas while employed by him.  She went through hell after coming forward with her testimony of the graphic nature of the harassment.  Incredibly, there are those who said that she changed everything.  No. No, she did not.  The viciousness that is still evident today if you read the comments under the youtubes with her testifying, was so awful that it made it even harder for women to come forward.  It gave a green light for men to not only go on harassing women, but not to fear punishment because women knew they would pay dearly if they breathed a word…so it was highly unlikely they would come forward.  But if they did, men had new means of discrediting her.  That alone is why I am so skeptical of Weinstein, et al, now being called out for their behavior.

Joe Biden was key to the outcome of the Senate hearing on Thomas.  A documentary about it was on youtube, and I have been trying the find it the past two days, with no luck.  In it, Biden behind the scenes persuades other Senators to vote in favor of Thomas’ confirmation, so he can curry favor with then President George H.W. Bush.  Biden throws Anita Hill under the bus…and we see by the above videos that Biden doesn’t know boundaries any better than Clarence Thomas.  It’s the wolf guarding the hen house…

Anita Hill’s opening statement when she protested Clarence Thomas’ appointment to the Supreme Court:

Abusive men don’t take NO for an answer.  Abusive men will continue to abuse a woman FOREVER when they fail to see women as sacred creations of God that deserve honor and respect.

Saving Geneva

(Ed. Note ~ I wrote this post two years ago when I first realized Geneva was in danger of being sold and/or transformed into a profit-making venture.  I am getting the feeling that people are interested in visiting Geneva.  If you go, go with respect of nature and God in mind.  If you go because it’s a sacred place and you want to feel God’s presence, I would recommend going three or four hours after eating a meal and without rushing through it.  Nor anxiety if you don’t connect with God the first time you go.  It may take you more than a few times to feel God’s  presence and understand.  Perhaps God wants to see if you’re really serious about it.  It might help, too, listening to 60s spiritual music — Day by Day, “Joy” by Apollo 100, Get Together by the Youngbloods, etc.)

So…going back to the church I grew up in…I was informed that Geneva, the summer camp I attended when a youngster, is in trouble.

It’s funny because I was just there with my kids on that Saturday prior to Mother’s Day, and I said that I hoped nothing ever happened to this place.

Little did I know…

I went during the magical time of the late 60s and early 70s.  My counselors were my first teachers about the environment.  I remembered being yelled at because we took a shortcut through the woods instead of using the already created path.  It causes more erosion to use the shortcut, hence the counselor getting upset.  And when I say “yelled at” I mean a stern talking to — not berating us.  I also learned to identify trees by their leaves.

The cabins were natural wood with the boys on one side and the girls on the other, with a fireplace in the center.  The cabin below is the one I stayed in several times:

camp cabin

I learned crafts such as pressed flowers, making candles by using cardboard milk cartons, sand, and then pouring the wax inside.  I also learned plaster of paris artwork, and basketweaving.

This is the camp that I learned how to row a canoe.   It was such a powerful experience that to this day, I still cherish the memory of the beauty of  the  Tippecanoe river.

camp walking path

In this area, we roasted marshmallows and hotdogs, told stories, and yes, we sang “Kumbaya” and “We Shall Overcome” as the counselor played guitar.  It’s sad that Kumbaya is now an object of derision.  If memory serves me, it comes from Africa, and means “Come By Here, Lord”.

We also made delicious homemade ice cream by using a hand crank ice cream maker.  We all took turns cranking it so no one had the burden.  We all shared in the labor…hmmm…what a concept. /snark

During the week, each cabin (there were five) created some form of entertainment to be performed on Friday night, our last night there.  One year, we did a skit that involved us being parts of a car.  Our guy counselor and another had a gentle rivalry going on, and he named the car sales after the other counselor.  And of course, we, the car, broke down. 🙂

In addition to the wooded area, there were two meadows where all of the cabins would gather for singing.  As I walked through there, I thought this could be a place to hold the Midwest version of Woodstock, minus the nudity and drugs.  It’s just hard to describe the feeling of the place — like it’s hard to describe the positive light and love of the 60s and early 70s to the younger generations.

And with that thought, it would be great if we could have a concert there to benefit Geneva.  They made bad decisions in building condos there to bring in income, but instead it has caused them to go in debt to the tune of $500,000.  I asked if we could come up with that money, whether Geneva could sustain itself and the answer I got back was “yes”.

I don’t want to see this turned into a non-profit, which is what they are leaning towards if they can’t come up with a way to save it.

 

First Nations protesting Red Chris mining

Powerful video here.  I just don’t understand why he didn’t want to talk to them nor drink the water…/snarky to the extreme

What price for food that is edible or water that does not contain heavy metals?  What price for healthy bodies from unpolluted air, water, and soil?

What price for life?

 

First Nations ask for Public Inquiry into Mount Polley

The First Nations of Canada sent a letter to Stephen Harper and Christy Clark asking for investigation into the Mount Polley disaster and for mining reform.

I’m sure Stephen Harper will jump right on that…/snarky for sure

My blog on Mount Polley here.

 

MTA in New York forced to air racist ads

I have to admit I was kind of shocked that the New York Observer was printing this story, after the very slanted stories they were printing on Gaza.

The ads are false and offensive.  I clicked on the Pamela Geller link…she has a banner across the website of “atlas shrugged”…evidently, she’s a follower of sociopath Ayn Rand.  Meh.

Racist and self-absorbed.

 

A discussion on population…

Gene Logsdon has put up a post on his thoughts on population growth and food availability.

It’s a touchy and uncomfortable subject….to say the least.

It brings up eugenics–there are stories out there of people like Bill Gates and the Rockefellers advocating for population control via eugenics and even through genetically modified food.  There is a video out there of Bill Gates advocating vaccines for this purpose.  I don’t know what to make of the video, so I’m not posting it– you’ll have to go find it yourself.

I think advocating de-population is morally and ethically wrong.  We get into the self-righteous, superiority of those who think they are *more special* than the rest, therefore, they should live while others die.

The comments are as interesting as the blog–with one suggesting that the population growth perhaps was a spiritual one of bringing more light into the world….

…with that, I would disagree.  There is so much negative energy on Earth that I would happily volunteer to go right now if God would take me.   Just give me enough morphine to stop my heart, and I’m good to go…

Speaking of negative energy, I was just thinking last night how much I missed teaching.  I enjoyed it and the kids’ earnest quest for knowledge.  I also liked that I didn’t have to put up with office politics nor office gossip.  When I was teaching, I would stay in the room and eat my lunch so I didn’t have to hear the teachers gossip (yes, they gossiped…mostly about stupid substitutes…).  I went in, did my job, and went home while avoiding all of that negative energy.  I didn’t have to put up with the tired questioning of my single status–there is definitely a prejudice against single people in this country.  The downside, of course, is the pay and the work-on-demand instead of a steady schedule.

And if you try to avoid the gossip and cut people off…as some suggest you do…you’re still screwed because the gossips then turn on you as a target.  I’ve actually had that happen to me.  I ended up leaving a good job because of it.

I suppose the questioning of population growth is related to our bad economy…not enough jobs that pay living wages….while jobs are shipped to other countries for even lower wages…and Burger King and their ilk go to other countries so they don’t have to pay their fair share of taxes….while war hawks push us towards another war again…while not taxing the rich….

Yeah, I’m in a negative mood…how could you tell?  😦

 

Israel seeking to cash in on destruction

If I am reading between the lines correctly, Israel is now seeking to cash in on the destruction it caused to Gaza.  My mind is just reeling. Disaster capitalism at the very worst.  Holy crap.

Yair Lapid announced a “diplomatic initiative” to increase efforts to “demilitarise Gaza and the transfer of authority in the Gaza Strip to the Palestinian Authority (PA) while maintaining Israel’s strategic security interest.”

He called for Egypt to host a conference to be attended by the US, EU, Russia, Jordan, the PA and the Gulf States that would discuss Gaza reconstruction and establish “economic ties between Israel, the Palestinian Authority and the Arab world.”

“The initiative also calls for the involvement of states which will provide economic support for the rehabilitation of the Gaza Strip and the creation of projects which will lead to long term economic cooperation in the region,” the statement from Lapid’s media advisor said –

– See more at: http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/israeli-minister-calls-saudi-arabia-join-gaza-reconstruction-conference-757495015#sthash.JEM7OSbr.dpuf

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So…we have a bully that bombs the hell out of a place, destroying homes, schools, hospitals…killing women, children, innocents sitting in a cafe listening to the World Cup…who now wants to greedily make a profit off of rebuilding that which they destroyed.

Are you effing kidding me??  WTH?
The writer is perpetuating the lie that Saudi Arabia supported the destruction of Gaza, when King Abdullah made a strong statement to the contrary, and he accused Israel of war crimes.
So I would be surprised if Saudi Arabia would go along with Israel’s scheme.
This also lends credence to Palestinian claims that Israel had no intention on seeking agreement with Gaza on their demands and that they walked away from the negotiating table while Palestinian negotiators were still attempting to reach agreement.  Israel has had other plans all along.
And, as a side note~~~I read that a senior Hamas official’s wife and 7-month-old baby were killed in an assassination attempt.  While I don’t agree with Hamas violence, I do feel for the people of Gaza.  I am so sorry.
If I could, I would help you rebuild with sustainable housing where you could live without worry of being dependent on Israel.  Perhaps earthships would work for you…sustainable housing with water, solar heating, and the ability to grow your food….