Letters To Earth

Our Predicament

At this point in time, I am quite excited about our world even though I have some concerns about the U.S. The world is definitely changing, but none of those changes are being reported in the U.S. Instead, we have the steady diet of propaganda and the presentation of seriously biased information ...

Hard News

I read widely from newspapers and news outlets around the world. Even if we say that those outlets are handing out their own versions of propaganda, there are still so many interesting things happening around the rest of the planet that constitute what I call "hard news." Hard news is something t...

The Real Problems

We don’t have a population problem, we have a problem of arrested human development. We don’t have a political problem, we have a leadership problem. We don’t have an agricultural problem, we have a disconnection from Nature. We don’t have a financial problem, we have a lack of survival skills...

Thought for Monday, 5/5/2014

I used to wonder why the German people didn't do something about Hitler. I often asked myself, "How could they have gone along with what he was doing? Couldn't they see what he was doing?" Now I know. They didn't know what was going on. They didn't get any truthful news or perspectives on what w...

Thought For Monday, 4/28/2014

If we need food, clothing shelter, medicine, art, music, sex, companionship, education, energy, governance, communication, and transportation…and if we can provide most of these things for ourselves, then money becomes just another middleman. Communication and transportation may still require mon...

George W

As many of my family and friends know, I was seriously upset by the 9/11 bombings of the trade center in New York, and I was NOT in favor of the war in Iraq. I knew the “weapons of mass destruction” claim was fabricated, and I was insulted by U.S. President George W. Bush’s statement:  "Either yo...

Mobile Phone Hacking

I see that the trial of a half-dozen people for hacking into mobile phone messages is close to the end of the Prosecution side of the case. I wonder why these six people are being prosecuted for listening in to phone messages when the NSA and its accomplices are doing the same thing. Not only tha...

CNN and the 2014 Winter Olympics

I don’t listen to CNN very often, and when I do I am always dismayed. Their reports of the opening of the Olympic games in Sochi was truly saddening. I hope no one in Russia or elsewhere in the world was taking the CNN reports to heart. Everything in it was designed to be a subtle insult to Russi...

NWO: The Plan - #2

So...let's assess where we're at in terms of "the plan" and what we might do. The financial shock that hit America in 2008 was clearly engineered to reduce Americans to paupers who had little power and very few resources. Prices of food, fuel, water, and other forms of energy continue to rise ste...

The "National Dialogue"

I was listening to George Lakoff, linguistics professor at Berkeley, CA, give a speech on the “national dialogue” we are engaged in here in the U.S. He pointed out that moral frameworks govern our language, and that words govern the triggering of those moral frameworks. This led me to ask myself,...

When Does Peace Begin?

September 29, 2012 When does peace begin? Who will stand up and speak for thoughtful, gentle, mature relations between nations? When do we stop allowing greedy, paranoid leaders to project their fears into the middle of our world? Benjamin Netanyahu went to great pains a few days ago to stir up ...

The Still, Small Voice

Things tick, whir, spin, hiss, chat, shout, growl, and roar both within and without. The noises and activities inside this body are little different from the clocks, washing machines, heaters, refrigerators, telephones, computers, technology, and timers that surround and sometimes fill my ...