I know I haven’t been writing much….I just trying to keep up with the day to day stuff and getting back to the old (but newer and improved) Nunly.
Anyway, I happen to be looking at one of the websites I go to for inspirational help to get my day started. I often find a lot of Vatican news or views on Catholicism that is just enough to keep me informed and that there is life beyond my psychosis. My communication skills have really taken a hit in the last year, so writing a post most often ends in failure and dumped before it makes it to “publish”.
Today, however, I read something that gave me quite a jolt. Now, I try really hard not to put the ol’ tinfoil hat on (very unbecoming with my Habit), but in this case I had to write something. Hopefully it will make it to “publish” before I crawl back into that uneasy feeling that I’m wasting your time with my nonsense.
The story I read led me to another story that was titled “Bill Gates Hates Cash. Here’s Why”. Hmmm….why would a man with so much money claim to hate it? Or, better yet, why is someone who is so wealthy warn us about cash? First I thought he was sounding the alarm about our current financial woes in the US. With the debt ceiling to be neverending and the spending as well, this caught my eyes. I didn’t, however, expect to read what I did.
According to Bill Gates, who we all know has connections with the people who are really controlling our world finances has come up witht he “suggestion” that we follow Kenya as a role model for the developing world regarding a cashless society. Seriously.
This is the part of the article that made the hair stand up underneath my wimple.
Kenya is a role model for the developing world when it comes to cashless payment. Its M-Pesa network, launched in 2007, has agents “on every block,” says Neal Keny-Guyer, chief executive of Mercy Corps, a nonprofit that’s a member of the alliance. Mauricio Cárdenas, Colombia’s minister of finance and public credit, said in an interview that he hopes within the year the national legislature will pass a law allowing nonbanks to take in cash and issue electronic vouchers.
The key is ensuring that the people who take in the cash are as well-supervised as bank tellers. “We see this as a first step,” Cárdenas said
Of course, the article starts out as if he is giving chummy advice to help out all us peons who aren’t billionaires so we can manage our money. He slickly noted that a cashless society would help in abating
corruption and theft because it will be easier to track. The first question that came to me was “Who are the trackers?” We all know it is the government, because you know, they are so adept at keeping down the corruption and debt and “guiding” us to make decisions that we, apparently, are to stupid to make ourselves.
Think about it. The minute a “no cash” society begins, the government (Obama) wil get busy taxing each and every transaction. They will also make the decisions on what payment our work is worth. Or, who is worthy to get any payment at all, because after all, the government will be giving us everything we need.
Healthcare: Who will live and who will die because they are no longer useful to society?
I know…I know….I can hear the groans about “Palin’s vision of death panels”. But I don’t think that is so far-fetched as some do. For instance, just last week, a Japanese financial minister, Taro Aso, made this statement, “I would wake up feeling increasingly bad knowing that [treatment] was all being paid for by the government,” he said during a meeting of the national council on social security reforms. “The problem won’t be solved unless you let them hurry up and die.”
Reading that made my mind go to the statement that Obama made while speaking about his yet to be legalized “Obamacare” regarding “end of life care.”
Yup, just take a pain pill, shut up and die, it’s for the good of your country.
With this week’s anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the subject of life was put into the spotlight. Well, actually, the media tried to cover up the March for Life as they do every year. They are also finding out that when you have more than 100,000 people marching, it’s kinda hard to keep them hidden. You all know thta I am absolutely pro-life, with no exceptions. That’s my opinion, based on my faith. But we must also remember the elderly. Since when have they become a burden to us?
My mother-in-law will turn 100 years old on February 4th, just a few more days. Not only is she NOT a burden, she is one of the biggest joy’s in my life. She loves to tell stories of the past, which may be confusing at first, but once you get the hang of it, they are gems. She is generous to the max when it comes to someone in need of money (what little she has she shares abunduntly to those in need), and I can’t think of one person who has ever met her, who have not fallen in love with her gentle ways. We are giving her a birthday party next week and there will be friends and family from all over who will be attending to celebrate her life, to celebrate HER. She doesn’t know about it yet, she would never want a “fuss”, but we won’t just “surprise!” her….not a good idea. We’ll break it to her a few days before, otherwise she will start cooking and baking until she can’t stand up anymore. Because that’s the kind of mom she is. Do I want her to hurry up and die? No way. Does Obama? Yup.
So, here’s my advice, whether you want it or not…..this country better wake up fast because we are losing our rights faster than you can blink. All those who voted for Obama and his ilk are responsible for the mess our country is in. Those who are in their 20′s or early 30′s may think they are invinsible and somehow “owed” a good life, but that is not what Obama and our current governement is going to give you. You will be used until you are a burden and tossed away, like an old, worthless coin.
Think about it.
And he shall make all, both little and great, rich and poor, freemen and bondmen, to have a character in their right hand, or on their foreheads. 17 And that no man might buy or sell, but he that hath the character, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. 18 Here is wisdom. He that hath understanding, let him count the number of the beast. For it is the number of a man: and the number of him is six hundred sixty-six. (Rev.13, 16-18)