Snapshot from the documentary called The Deep state

Interesting … Snapshot from the documentary called The Deep state which is pretty amazing and info is accurate, factual, and tangible as a lot of the "conspiracy *theories*" better known as factual injustices done in/on/by this great country are displayed documents in museums all over the country like Philadelphia and all over the globe in Europe as well.. this is about the Illuminati, Freemasons, Knights of Templar, House of Rothschild blah blah blah blah but it’s the second time I’m watching it and it probably won’t be the last. Take advantage of your final chance to save 50% or even more on items here.

Day 874 of 1001 Days of Faces, One Hundred and Twenty-Seven to Go

Day 874 of 1001 Days of Faces, One Hundred and Twenty-Seven to Go.
This morning, Vesta and I met Eric, who came walking toward us with a cup of Starbucks in his hand and a cigarette in his ear. He was on his way to court and I suppose we’d meet more people who were heading toward the courthouse for one reason or another is
f we waited till 7:30 or so to take our photograph, but we’re usually well into our morning walk by then.
However, we were a little late taking our photo this morning, cuz right after we parked on our bridge, three Sheriff’s SUVs came speeding down Sierra, lights blazing, but no sirens. Two of them slammed to a stop by the curb opposite the courthouse. The third, slid sideways to a stop, stopping traffic.
And quick as a witch’s wink, deputies with assault rifles at the ready pouted out of the SUVs, all charging toward the area between The Eddy and the Second District Courthouse.
“Again,” Vesta said.
“Last time they weren’t running and they didn’t have drawn guns.”
“I think we should go.”
“I think we should see could we get one of them to be our face of the day.”
“I think you’re nuts.”
And she was probably right. Photographing peace officers is one thing. But photographing them, gun in hand is another. Besides, they might not have appreciated me asking.
A K9 car showed up. The officer got out with his dog.
We stayed on our bridge and watched, till it was over. I don’t know what it was all about, but right after all the action was stopped, Eric came along and we took his picture.
And, you know, well you probably don’t if you don’t know my friend Brett. But Eric looks a whole lot like him. But that’s not that unusual, I suppose, cuz we all got two eyes, two ears, a mouth and a nose, so I guess there’s only so many combinations you can have before someone winds up looking like someone else.
PS. Last time, which was only a couple days ago, we thought maybe it had been a bomb threat. This time, obviously, it was about something else.

Dear ladies and gentlemen

Dear ladies and gentlemen.
I wrote poems since I was a little child.
I like this. Please take this: Hollar
As a passion inspired by my father which teach me the rudimentary poetry technique and introduced me into the world of arts.
It was for us a way to put behind the atrocity he experienced at the WW2 as a combat soldier by the Italian army.
I am musician, but I also write verses and translate poems in six different languages, from the great names of the international literature to the new generations of poets.
This is my way to bring to the world a message of love, peace, and friendship.
Due my limited knowledge in social media and some other personal circumstances, I don’t have much chances to publish my work in the way I want.
That is the reason why I prefere Facebook instead to show myself in a personal website.
Here I’ve the choice to associate my poems with the appropriated music which I chose from the great composers such Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Bach, Verdi or from few actual Rumanian, Russian and solo players, here, present in my timeline.
Never less, sometime I like to post other writers as well, such the young American poet Jessica Hoover.
Now, it could be that with some of my presentations, I offended the moral common sense, by showing some great names of art and culture, associated with my texts, and with some picture which I choosed from few internet collection, or from my past by the time I worked as fashion-model or at this present time as musician.
For many years, I work in this way, with intention to represent intimate moments of human kindness in the way I experienced, according to my life style and my sexuality, (which it may not reflect the reality of the most of you, but it will give you a clear idea about my being.)
Anyway !
– Because our diversity, I became interested in your friendship and I still do with regard to your openminded generosity in the way you accept my presency in your timeline and for which I feel honored and privileged.
Here, you grant me the chance to exchange experiences and opinions about my arts and your arts which I enjoy every time you publish something of your works and about your greatness and talents.
Nerveless it improves my knowledge about your culture and traditions, about the beauty of your country and your politics view that open my mind and my heart with love and pride to be your friend.
I am always in search of quality, therefore I don’t have many names in my timeline but those I have are the best and I am very proud to share with them what we can.
Quantity it’s a relative issue because it will never give a concrete chance to communicate in a equal level and to know each others in a sufficient way.
Despite my will, I have to make some choices according to my stronger interests which variate between leterature and philosophy, music, fashion, arts and photography, equestrian and athletic sports, politics and justice.
Therefore I’m use to have the same amount of people that I know from the past with those I chose at this present time between musicians, poets, athlets, police oficers, militaire and veterans all around the world.
It may sound as I am too selective, but as you know, not everybody can like everybody entirely, and nobody is obliged to follow eternally my ideas or my arts anyway.
So with a certain boldness and despite my privacy, I published my profile in all details, with hope to capture your intrest and to invite you to be friend of mine.
On the meanwhile I delete who show impolitely aggressive or macho behaviour, and I refuse friendship with who do not show any personal reliable information on his profile.
I also avoid any riquest of contact from who introduce himself arrogantly, as the best religion in earth or who is affiliated to whatever oppressive ideology, to the detriment of the others human beings.
Let me be very clear about that:
I am immune from any form of intimidation !!!
However; I will not expose any friend of mine to be molested or be follow by doubtful, sneakily infiltrated individuals.
Indeed, I will never let anyone use my hospitality as a vehicle for whatever ambiguous or coward purpose !!!
Therefore, I will delete every possible access to everyone who do not reflect my criteria.
In the same way I will raport immediately every fake profile to R. L. Heinemann; From the FB page (LOVE and ROMANCE SCAMMING).
On the other hand;
If you don’t like my poems, my pictures or my music, you are always free to delete or block me from your list of friends.
So you do not have to deal with me anymore.
I promise, I will always forget you as I’ve never meet you,
and I will do with respect of your privacy and your taste.
I will only ask you kindly to don’t report the nudity of my pictures in such negative way like someone did for some times by presenting my art as to be compared with vulgar pornography.
In the island of Sardinia (where originaly I come from) we are used to say:
– You see things in the way you are !!!
Unfortunately, by such actions I lost many of my poems which can never be restored.
So, if you don’t like the way I express myself and my sincere interests on you in the meaning of exchange principles, values and personal emotions; just let me know in time without humiliate my good intentions.
I am not here to find a partner !!!
As I will always respect you, according to the fundamental ingredients of my Italian culture and education, I will like to be treated with the same respect and kindness.
Lastly, I guarantee you that my lifestyle and the way I am it’s not contagious at all.!!
So, if you are ashamed or if it’s too embarrassing to you to be my friend because my sexual diversity as Lesbian; please do not hesitate to delete me from your list.
I will appreciate much more such clarity than to hold on in a poor indifferent relation which will lead in a very sterile useless friendship.
Thank you very much
Always yours
Georgia.

The objects in this gallery

The objects in this gallery, dating from the reign of Louis XIV (1638–1715), are made of such precious materials as tropical woods, shells, and gilt bronze. Known as the Sun King, Louis was one of the longest reigning and most powerful monarchs in France.
Featured Artwork of the Day: Attributed to Charles Le Brun (French, Paris 1619–1690 Paris) | Border probably designed by Jean Lemoyen le Lorrain (1637/38–1709) | Probably made at the Convent of Saint Joseph-de-la-Providence, Paris | Seasons and Elements (set of four) |
ca. 1683 | http://met.org/2x9CpVW

A Facebook post likening the Holocaust of Jewish people to Newcastle East residents during the #NewcastleSupercars has caused a stir on social media

A Facebook post likening the Holocaust of Jewish people to Newcastle East residents during the #NewcastleSupercars has caused a stir on social media.
The post appeared on the Newcastle East – Heritage Zone not Supercar Zone page at around 6:00pm last night.
The post suggests that, like Jewish people under Nazi rule, Newcastle East residents are denied civil liberties and property rights, and that residents are required to wear a wristband to identify themselves, like the yellow badge Jewish people were legally required to wear.
The post has since been deleted. Details tonight at 6.

The water element is responsible for our fluidity which directly influences how we move in and out of our emotions with grace

The water element is responsible for our fluidity which directly influences how we move in and out of our emotions with grace. The water element is the most present 75% of what we are made of. The sea resides in us – it can be calm – it can be rough, it is always there to be settled. Cool, heavy and deeply nourishing to the minds irritations or the bodies inflammations – go to the great ocean, bring all your worries and doubts and let it wash your own.
Sohini Live Well 2017
www.sohinilivewell.com

Good Morning FB

Good Morning FB!!! Darlene is BACK!!!
Are we content with ourselves? We are never satisfied. There is no end.
When we accept and love ourselves and live with a grateful attitude there is nothing that can stop us.
Ancient wisdom from many different cultures all converge on this life truth that is so difficult for us to accept.
Our happiness comes from within. It is not derived by any THING or PERSON.
Before we can truly love, we need to love ourselves. Love that person that you are today.
Seize the day!
#weightliftinbossbabe

Just turned into a national hospital tip line

Just turned into a national hospital tip line.
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SubmittedPHOENIX AREA BARIATRIC SURGERY ALERT-Arizona Medical Board Failure ———- The OR Director at Phoenix St. Luke’s Hospital has ordered that there be no talk about cases in the aftermath of a coverup where a surgeon (H. Juarez) who has already had problems left objects in patients accidentally, necessitating going back to the OR with THREE separate patients to remove everything from the tip of a stapler, a large section of stomach that had been stapled off and resected laparoscopically and something called a surgical ‘fish.’ This coverup now involves multiple doctors and administrators and was the talk of the OR for months beginning end Jan 2017 and ending during April 2017. (If these events had been properly reported a major investigation by the accreditation agency would have been triggered.) This talk has been shut down with investigators poking around. (Even the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the hospital was informed and kept quiet … the Arizona Medical Board didn’t ask him questions.) This case has been on the desk of the Executive Director of the Arizona Medical Board Patricia McSorley, and has been brought to the attention of AZ State Sen. Nancy Barto, AZ Ombudsman Dennis Wells, AZ Auditor General Debbie Davenport and the CEO of the hospital group (St Luke’s Phoenix and Tempe, Jim Flinn). They have not done their jobs and the surgeon is still operating. Names have been provided now for specific staff at St Luke’s. Basically, the AMB requires that the complainant do the work to get the investigation done right. I am trained in (Harvard) and practice legal, investigative psychiatry. The Arizona Medical Board is conducting a negligent, amateurish investigation. A chart review won’t do it. The public is at risk. There is also problem with, it just so happens, another group of bariatric surgeons that the Board is timidly and insufficiently examining. It is complex. They have set up almost 20 LLC’s to obfuscate. It’s a pattern. The public is at extreme risk in this case as well. One of the biggest cases of systematic fraud and deception and unnecessary surgeries I have ever seen. The Executive Director (McSorley) has been aware of this for MONTHS, and rejected the case once because of a demand for patient names. Several surgeons are in this ring. There is a fundamental problem with the Arizona Medical Board’s ability to handle complex cases especially when there is any coordinated coverup by a hospital. It seems like the Board investigators don’t want big cases that involve entities with plentiful resources to fight back. I was told as much by one of their (now suddenly departed) investigators. It’s like a homicide detective taking the word of the crazy stalking boyfriend without any background check on the alibi. Silly to call what I’ve witnessed an investigation. More like a brief perusal. IASIS is the hospital chain that the CEO Flinn works for. They own St Luke’s Phoenix and St Luke’s Tempe. BOTH of these bariatric groups contribute substantial income to the IASIS bottom line.
Ken Alltucker, Phil Boas, Brahm Resnik

“While the report recommends tightened oversight of prescribing

“While the report recommends tightened oversight of prescribing, Borowsky said it’s important to realize that many patients function well on opioids. The key is to find the right mix of responsible prescribing while ensuring people get proper help.
“Because the medical community has caused the problem, along with pharmaceutical companies, the pendulum has swung the other way,” Borowsky said. “There are patients out there who qualify for opiates and are doing well. There’s a place for it.”” –Pain Medicine Specialist Stephen Borowsky
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Scientific American: “Both the FDA and the CDC have recently taken steps to address an epidemic of opioid overdose and addiction, which is now killing some 29,000 Americans each year. But these regulatory efforts will fail unless we acknowledge that the problem is actually driven by illicit—not medical—drug use.
You’ve probably read that 80 percent of heroin users started with prescription medications—and you may have seen billboards that compare giving pain medication to children to giving them heroin. You have probably also heard and seen media stories of people with addiction who blame their problem on medical use.
But the simple reality is this: According to the large, annually repeated and representative National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 75 percent of all opioid misuse starts with people using medication that wasn’t prescribed for them—obtained from a friend, family member or dealer.
And 90 percent of all addictions—no matter what the drug—start in the adolescent and young adult years. Typically, young people who misuse prescription opioids are heavy users of alcohol and other drugs. This type of drug use, not medical treatment with opioids, is by far the greatest risk factor for opioid addiction, according to a study by Richard Miech of the University of Michigan and his colleagues. For this research, the authors analyzed data from the nationally representative Monitoring the Future survey, which includes thousands of students.
While medical use of opioids among students who were strongly opposed to alcohol and other drugs did raise later risk for misuse, the overall risk for this group remained small and their actual misuse occurred less than five times a year. In other words, it wasn’t actually addiction. Given that these teens had generally rejected experimenting with drugs, an increased risk of misuse associated with medical care makes sense since they’d otherwise have no source of exposure.
But for the majority of students, who weren’t morally opposed to recreational chemicals, medical use made no difference. Here, heavy recreational drug use was what mattered, and that was probably a sign that this group was was at highest risk of addiction in the first place.
In general, new addictions are uncommon among people who take opioids for pain in general. A Cochrane review of opioid prescribing for chronic pain found that less than one percent of those who were well-screened for drug problems developed new addictions during pain care; a less rigorous, but more recent review put the rate of addiction among people taking opioids for chronic pain at 8-12 percent.
Moreover, a study of nearly 136,000 opioid overdose victims treated in the emergency room in 2010, which was published in JAMA Internal Medicine in 2014 found that just 13 percent had a chronic pain condition.
All of this this means that steps to limit prescribing opioids for chronic pain run a great risk of harming pain patients without doing much to stop addiction. The vast majority of people who are prescribed opioids use them responsibly—recent research on roughly one million insurance claims for opioid prescriptions showed that just less than five percent of patients misused the drugs by getting prescriptions for them from multiple doctors.
If we want to reduce opioid addiction, we have to target the real risk factors for it: child trauma, mental illness and unemployment. Two thirds of people with opioid addictions have had at least one severely traumatic childhood experience, and the greater your exposure to different types of trauma, the higher the risk becomes. We need to help abused, neglected and otherwise traumatized children before they turn to drugs for self-medicatation when they hit their teens.
Further, at least half of people with opioid addictions also have a mental illness or personality disorder. The precursors to these problems are often evident in childhood, too. For example, children who are extremely impulsive are at high risk—but on the opposite end of the scale, so, too are children who are highly cautious and anxious. To reach these kids, we don’t need to label them, but we do need to provide tools that are tailored to their specific issues to prevent them from using drugs to manage those issues.

My father used to say this to me “bad health is a function of an unhealthy spirit or mind

My father used to say this to me “bad health is a function of an unhealthy spirit or mind.” He still holds this strong belief that every sickness can be traced to some fault in the mind. I also believe it because now I hardly fall ill when I am truly aligned with my purpose, at peace with people and love is intact.
Your mind is a major asset, it is the chord that links your spirit with your body – my own science.
Is it possible to always be healthy in spirit? What about heartbreak? What about anger? What about those friends that stab you in the back? Those things that make you cry in your sleep. The world we are born into constantly dishes you a plateful of trouble, from when you step out of bed in the morning till when you cover yourself up to sleep.
So there is a continuous decay and deterioration happening to your body but your spirit struggles to pump strength back through your mind.
Why then should you guard you mind? Why should you feed the mind? Because it is the eye of your spirit, it is the bridge that gives your spirit a chance to keep your body alive.
If your mind is filled with anger and fear or shame and pain, it becomes like the eye with a cataract. Your body begins to fail and you see yourself reacting wrong to every situation, you lose control of who you are, depression creeps in and your body also takes on illness without a will to fight.
A broken mind is the agent of death. Eventually we die but don’t die while you live. Make a conscious decision to cultivate a healthy mind and you will begin to experience health and wellness.
Honestly vengeance is sweet. But do you know how much energy you spend waiting for that person to call so you can cut their call? Or how much sleepless night you give yourself wondering if they are also broke and hungry so that “50:50 no cheating” or do you think of how you sound when you ask God to bless you so you can have a secretary that will not let them enter your office until they book appointment?
Its not a secret why God is not answering your prayer, you want him to answer so you can be an hindrance to another person’s prayer.
Hurting too is a sweet feeling, it makes you aware that someone owes you. Even if there is a magic potion for repairing broken hearts, some people will still want to remember the name of that their first love, his phone number, the date of birth, the address of the restaurant he used to break up with you and his father’s middle name just in case you visit IFA.
Its not village forces chasing you in your dream; giving you insomnia, it is your own hand that is opening the door for sickness and pain. Stop wasting economic resources in prayer houses, holy spirit is not a civil servant.
PS. I don’t know the meaning of that last line too.