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The Broken System

By DKIdea, published on May 31, 2014

I hear people complain about the government all the time. I’m a frequent complainer myself as I’m astonished daily with the incompetence and outright contempt those administering order seem to have for the people. Understand, I’m not anti-government, I’m anti-bad government. I’m anti-ridiculous abuses of power. I’m anti-doing the same things that aren’t working and expecting them to work the millionth time around. I’m anti-not trying to fix a broken system.

I can understand if you throw your hands up at the idea of fixing the system, after all…it seems like such a monumental undertaking.... (more)

Tags: politics, america, congress, political, republican, government, democrat, independent, rand paul

Ignorance: The Unknown Weapon

By DKIdea, published on May 7, 2014 for them. Some of what I’m about to discuss will fall on deaf ears and quickly become nothing more than one opinion versus another, but that’s what’s supposed to happen when nefarious machinations come to fruition.

The most obvious offender using the unknown weapon is the government. Not just this one…but any government that wishes to maintain the status quo for the benefit of the economic minority. I’m truly amazed at how many people still trust the government implicitly and believe the good nature of humanity always prevails over our deviant proclivities.Everyone... (more)

Tags: healthcare, humanity, society, government, system, power, ignorance

Turkey Scrambles Jets After Russian Flyover - tensions build

By Shaun Gibson, published on Mar 7, 2014


Turkey has scrambled jets after Russian surveillance plane flew along Turkey's Black Sea Coast, shortly after a US destroyer deployed in the area. The report comes amid heightened tension over the crisis in Ukraine. The USS Truxtun passed the Dardanelles strait earlier today on its way to the Black Sea, amid reports that Russia has now 30,000 troops in Crimea. The US Navy said in a statement that the Truxtun would conduct training with Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces.


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Tags: terrorism, politics, war, elections, breaking news, government, lies, videos, world news, fight, world affairs, global stories, you tube, wwiii, cover-ups, songs and tagged crimea

Images as the people of Ukraine try to take Government

By Shaun Gibson, published on Feb 19, 2014


When the people of a country have had enough, and I mean "ENOUGH" they say "no more" to their

Government. The people of the Ex-Russian territory Ukraine have had enough. This is a story that is repeating ALL OVER EUROPE and the Middle East just now. Although it can be said "IT WON'T AFFECT ME" Let me tell you a new sense of "Freedom" has hit the people of the World. For Governments full of crooks and liars this is a message. 250 people have died and that is TRAGIC but every life lost is lost to fight... (more)

Tags: russia, ukraine, government, Civil War, anonymous, 250 dead in ukraine, civil outrage, ex-russian, expect us, president viktor yanukovych, ukraine president viktor yanukovich, ukra

A Bunch of Animals: Political Monkey Business

By DKIdea, published on Feb 16, 2014

We must see the game for what it is. If we remain blind to the process, then it’s our own fault for where we find ourselves and where this country ends up. I didn't write what you’re about to read next, but it bares analysis because there must be some understanding of the process before we can effectively change it into something that works. We have been divided on purpose, while the animals run amok in the House and Senate:

“If you start with a cage containing five monkeys and inside the cage, hang a banana on a string from the top and then you place a set of stairs under the banana,... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, congress, economy, elections, government

It’s Not Rocket Science

By DKIdea, published on Dec 23, 2013

Politics. It’s very simple. It’s a bunch of people seeking to manipulate another bunch of people, by attacking, yet, another bunch of people. Sound confusing? It’s not really. It’s stupid, underhanded, and disingenuous, but it certainly isn’t rocket science.

I was reading the July 5th edition of the Boston Herald when I came across an article about Secretary of State, John Kerry. Now let me caveat this entire post by saying that I’m neither a Republican or Democrat. Instead I’m an independent thinker that refuses to be manipulated by the snakes on either side. Anyway, the article... (more)

Tags: politics, republicans, democrats, vacation, news, government, egypt, john kerry

Spiritual Warfare and Comet ISON - Roy Potter

By Shaun Gibson, published on Sep 7, 2013

This lad Roy Potter is an ex military man, and is doing some CRAZY video's just now, he is always on the point as far as I can take. He is telling us all, Evil is ruling the World right now. Just listen to what he has to say. If you can spare 20 minutes, FOR FUCKS SAKE, Listen to what he says, and do some research! PLEASE! The video below is something, come to your own thoughts, just your own

ASK GOD, he is asking


PLEASE WATCH THIS RE: COMET ISON !!! THIS IS WOW, This is filtered... (more)

Tags: religion, jesus, terrorism, politics, god, war, bible, government, lies, conspiracies, random, corporate greed in our world, strange stories, whatever goes/happens, wwiii, world af

Sleight of Mind

By DKIdea, published on Jun 18, 2013

...a right to know” or “ things aren’t this way in the private sector.” I roll my eyes every time I hear either one of these lame excuses for willfully detracting from stuff that is really important. First, they are not your tax dollars, that money was taken, confiscated from you by the government. It’s not yours anymore, it’s theirs. I patiently wait for everyone to finally catch on when it comes to “their tax dollars.” Second, the constant comparing of the private sector to the government sector is just pure fallacy as a reasonable retort. Such a position reeks of an attitude ... (more)

Tags: corruption, media, government, magic, massachusetts, tax dollars

A “Perk” By Any Other Name

By DKIdea, published on Jun 18, 2013

Haterism is alive and well...and being propagated by our media (big surprise). The news seems to be recently inundated with stories highlighting the “haves” only to stir the have-nots. It sure makes for great news (not really) except, everyone is a “have” in some way or another. The real crime here isn’t the media (ok...I’m stretching that), but the masses of news watchers that refuse to really think through the stories being presented. Fortunately...I’m not that type of watcher.

Let me start with a story by the Boston Herald dated February 15, 2013 entitled “Tale of 2 Cities!: Guess... (more)

Tags: jobs, media, government, benefits, boston, civil service

Philanthropy and Celebrity Are Like A Dance Between Lovers

By Lumiere, published on May 8, 2013

...times to a country that has welcomed Bashir and that’s inappropriate,” Wolf said. Now that President Banda has replaced President Ngwazi Bingu wa Mutharika, everyone wants to believe she is a force for positive change but we are now dealing with a new type of Corruption within their Government, Nepotism. Considering Malawi has 1 Million orphans, their budget has traditionally RELIED on AID for about 40% of its FUNDING, the country cannot afford further damage to its reputation with Philanthropic Organizations.

PHILANTHROPIC SUPPORT: Since 2006, Trevor Neilson and it’s... (more)

Tags: charity, government, celebrities, philanthropy, fundraising, non-profit, kardashian, raising malawi, malawi, hilton, president joyce banda

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