Message to Colin Kaepernick: the real disaster of inner cities

Annother very powerful and pertinent article by Jon Rappoport. I know that, like myself, some people find Jon’s articles repetitive after a while, but this isn’t one of those. This one makes you THINK. I was raised essentially in the wilderness of Northern Canada and never experienced city life until I was 16 years old. I hate city life and I’m always shocked when I realize that most of man’s population now resides in cities, and most of those live in sub-human conditions which are worsening, and deliberately being worsened. City people are prisoners and slaves of the Status Quo grid. They can be throttled in a week just be shutting down the power grid that maintains the city, and the only reason the grid is kept up is because of greed: it makes money. This article talks about an alternative to being the slave of the grid: growing your own food within the inner city environment. Unfortunately for the city slaves self-empowerment and self-sufficiently are the enemies of the Power elites. They need trapped consumers, especially of the addicted variety, something they can depend on for their rising profits.

7 thoughts on “Message to Colin Kaepernick: the real disaster of inner cities

      1. Sha'Tara Post author

        Thanks Lou. Hope the old head wasn’t too painful today… 🙂 When time permits and I get comfortable with the position on Tales, I’ll post something of “mine” – probably an essay. Thank you for your trust.

  1. Lou

    Dear Sha Tara, it was , and still is, an absolute great experience meeting you. You blew my mind away. I like that.

    Now, you have full access to the blog and you’re probably wondering what the Permissions page is all about. It’s not complicated. I ask, they say yes or no. Those who say no are not worth our time.

    Hope you are well, happy, and content.

    Love, Lou

    By the way, your stories on how you dealt with the women in your life is mind opening. True compassion at its best. I am learning from you.

    ________________________________

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  2. Woebegone but Hopeful

    Has a point or two, no doubt.
    Stirred a few of my socialist heart-strings (Trouble with us socialists we go and set up our own state…all for the good of the people of course….conundrum)
    Thanks for the share.

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