Meeting At The Bridge

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It’s been some time since I’ve written.  For those who’ve been following and liked what I’ve posted so far, sorry for my absence.  I have been doing lots of reflection as I observe what’s going on in my own little world and what’s taking place on the much broader, far more confusing worldwide stage.

So, January 20th, 2017 saw Donald Trump become the 45th President of the United States of America on an official level, despite all the protests, outcries and whatever else those who were so dismayed this man came into power.  I saw both sides of the argument and how much it erupted between two very different sides of something that I still believe today is quite ridiculous.

Or is it?

While the antics of both sides of the political coin proved that mankind isn’t quite as intelligent or as grown up as they like to be, it also showed just how divided we all are when it comes down to issues far more concerning.

Many fear Donald Trump will cause further division among the people and not just within the American Nation.  They fear this would be a worldwide thing.  People, the division was created long before this man came into power!  And no, he’s not elevating it.  He, like the rest of us, is stuck in the middle of it.  And he, like the rest of us, is fed up with it.  Unlike the rest of us, however, the inescapable popularity of this man has every little thing he says and does not go unnoticed.  Whether you like the man or not, he draws attention and has the remarkable talent to ignite emotions within people whether they’re ready for it or not.

Of those who are truly paying attention and are not swayed by the differences of political opinion, nor what any form of media has to say, these are the only members of human society that are capable of staying properly informed and exercising better perceptions of reality for what it truly is.  Sadly, there are not very many who fit this category.  As much as I’d like to think I’m among them, I know I’m still trying to wrap my head around certain issues that taunt me like a school bully who doesn’t know when to stop.  I’m a little slower and sometimes I don’t mind.

What’s blowing my mind away is the refusal of those who despise Donald Trump so much to find a way to work with the situation at hand that isn’t so disruptive.  This is what creates division more than anything.  Donald Trump is just a person and nothing more.  Whether or not you like the man shouldn’t even be relevant.  The focus should be more on working with those who both agree and disagree with you to help heal a nation that has never truly been united to begin with.

America was divided since day one.  It showed in the American Revolution, as well as in the American Civil War.  And it has never stopped as you constantly see division as “foreigners” fought against “natives” over parcels of land, possession of resources and the right to dictate how the territories they’re in should be governed.  It just doesn’t stop!

People claim Donald Trump is racist.  To be honest, yes he is, but we all are!  In our own way we each have an issue against someone, which sparks a form of racism within us that gives us reason to judge, to hate and to take action as a means to justify whatever it is we seem to think is worthy of our attention.

I’m racist and not afraid to admit it.  I’m racist against those who abuse and destroy animals, children and other people in any manner they see fit.  I’m racist against those who think it’s okay to treat our planet like it’s a garbage disposal.  I’m also racist against those who mock what they don’t understand as they opt to ridicule with closed eyes and a closed heart.  I’m very racist against those who refuse to open their minds to all possibilities as I feel ignorance is the most vile, dangerous disease mankind is plagued with.  And as for folks who have become too politically correct for their own good, I have zero tolerance for them.

The women who despise Donald Trump figure he’s an insult to woman’s rights and has complete disregard for the female half of the human race.  Many take his lewd comments to heart, plus his adulterous track record.

Remember what I said about being too politically correct for their own good?  Many of those who take offense to the jock talk Donald Trump has had to say fits that category perfectly.  Talk is one thing.  Action is something else.  If Trump was so sexist towards women then why does he have so many of them under his employ running businesses?  Wouldn’t he just rather have them all dress in skimpy maid uniforms and follow all the men around?  Instead of designing skyscrapers or bossing around a collection of workers, she’d cook all day, clean all day and run her boss man’s errands all day.  Oh, and odds are if she’s a hot babe with a great figure she’d have to do this in the nude or in some kind of costume that would arouse a man’s interest.  If she’s short, fat and ugly it’d be in a Muslim style get up where all you see is just her eyes (so she can see where she’s going), her nose (so she can breathe), mouth (so she can say “Yes, Sir!”) and hands (so she can push brooms).

I know many will take offense to that last paragraph I just wrote.  In all honesty, I will be in amusement if you do.  It only proves the point about being too politically correct for your own good that much more.

Of those who exercise enough common sense to see more clearly, bear in mind that since the dawn of time, even the greatest leaders weren’t exactly perfect people.  You not only see this in the Holy Bible (Torah for some) but even in the good old history books.

Going with the bible, we have Sarah (mocker), Noah (drunk), Jacob/Israel (liar), Moses (murderer), Jonah (arrogant), Hosea (married a prostitute), David (murderer & adulterer), Peter (coward), John (self-righteous) and The Apostle Paul (mass murderer).  None of them were perfect, but these were just a handful of people who were depicted as some of the bible’s most noble heroes.

Going with historical facts that cannot be ignored no matter how much the manipulative would like to pervert it, we have the Founding Fathers (deserters & traitors according to Imperialists), Abraham Lincoln (depression, nervous breakdown and bankruptcies) and John F Kennedy (adulterer).

So, establishing already that nobody is perfect, and establishing that this world has been manipulated since the very beginning, why does the imperfections of Donald Trump outweigh what really is the bigger picture here?

The problem is mankind, regardless of what corner of the world we’re in, has been so thoroughly brainwashed and conditioned that most of them can’t tell the difference between fact and fiction.  This is solid truth!

Look at Exodus when the people left.  Almost immediately after being rescued from a situation that was becoming increasingly inhumane, the Israeli Nation bitched out their differences and became divided.  It was evident taking the people out of Egypt was easier than taking Egypt out of the people.  Even the people of that time said so as they whined how much better off they would have been to remain in slavery despite the worsening conditions than it was to take a leap of faith and at least work towards a better destiny.

And we have that problem even today.  No matter how many times we see how terrible our situation has become, instead of taking those leaps of faith and find a way to work together as a whole, we’d rather bicker amongst ourselves and remain divided.  We always bitch about how bad things are and how we need to do whatever it takes to fix it and yet when opportunities present themselves for us to do so, too many of us would rather just keep on bitching at the sidelines instead of just jumping in and at least try to do something.

Now, is Donald Trump our modern day Moses who has to contend with a divided nation that has whiners all over the place that are both on his side and against?  I highly doubt that, but the people of today are so much like those of Exodus.  We all know things are screwed up and we all know change is needed and we all know we have to unite somehow.

What we don’t know is just how dire our situation really is.  Time is running out and I think more of us know this than we care to admit.  Whether you’re into the bible or not, you cannot ignore that never has mankind been as screwed up as it is now.  Sadly, I’m somewhat in agreement with the Illuminati that a certain cleansing is required.  However, I do not agree with their methods and those are the methods being used right now as too many of us are too stupid to figure that out.

It’s easier to hate, ridicule and remain divided as a blind person than it is to wake up, learn to love and understand and find a way to unite.  It has always been like this and why the world has such a violent track record.  Think God was so violent in the Old Testament?  People, you have no idea how much blood the followers of Lucifer have caused mankind to spill in comparison.  And to be frank, it makes no difference to the Illuminati if you believe in the bible or not.  The less you believe in it the easier it is for them to manipulate you.  The more you believe in it also gives them ammunition to use against you as they peg you only to believe in bits and pieces of it instead of the whole thing for what it really is.

Very, very few people put full stock in the bible, cover to cover.  These are also the very, very few people who are atuned enough to read beyond it’s pages and grasp the bigger picture at hand.  I’m working very hard to be one of those people, but I’m like many others who are constantly bombarded with misinformation and distracted by the bullshit antics going on in the world today.

I honestly don’t care that Donald Trump is President of the United States.  I also don’t care that Justin Trudeau is the Prime Minister of Canada, nor that the Vatican has Pope Francis at their helm at the moment.  I couldn’t care less about Vladimir Putin of Russia either.  To me all those are just people, just like the rest of us.

I do care to believe each of us are being used as instruments, whether it be small or large, by a variety of powers that are either seeking to save or destroy us.  Those who are seeking to destroy are members of the Illuminati and their top puppets.  Using the classic divide and conquer routine, they’ve excelled in duping the masses into carrying out their agenda without them even realizing what they do.

As Jesus said “Father, forgive them for they not know what they do” is every bit as accurate today as it was before he is allegedly put to death.  (Some even argue about his death.)  We’re no smarter now than we were during his day, and certainly every bit as clueless as the days of Adam and Eve during Genesis.  As much as we’d like to think we have evolved the truth of the matter is we’ve actually devolved.  Until we are completely united this will never change.

People have got to let go of the anger, the hate and the “I’m right, you’re wrong” mentality.  This stance resolves nothing and your side of the argument only seals your fate as among the foolish that will perish into oblivion.  At this point it doesn’t matter if you’re Anti-Trump or Pro-Trump.  What side of the argument you’re on is irrelevant.

People who dare to breathe, love and go with the “let’s work together and see what happens” frame of mind have a far better chance of survival at a much higher scale than those who refuse to go there.  These are people who are willing to walk out onto that unstable bridge and say “okay, we’re here” in hopes others will meet them there so that finally something can get worked out that actually makes sense.

I’m one of those.  I’m on that bridge.  I used to have nightmares of a city where both sides of it was raging out of control in chaos and destruction.  In those nightmares, I was on a bridge and I thought I had to run off that bridge and pick a side, even if I didn’t like what I saw no matter what direction I took.  I’ve now since realized I’d rather stay on the bridge.  I’ve come to realize the bridge is more than what it appears and I refuse to budge from it unless I’m given good cause to.

That bridge, to me, is not Donald Trump.  It’s not Vladimir Putin either.  Neither are strong enough to be that, but I do believe they’re serving as anchors for the time being.  However, neither are worthy enough for me to be anti or pro with them.  I will admit, I like what I see from them and can only hope their hearts are true.  If they are, this is great.  If they’re not then woe unto them when the one true judge carries out the final verdict when the time comes.

I stand on the Bridge of Jesus Christ and as crazy as that will sound to many of you, it seems to become clearer to me now that this is where I need to be.  Hopefully you’ve got something like that going for you too because I honestly believe we all need to meet in the middle to get the bigger picture and become what I believe our Father wanted us to be all along, which is far more than what we allowing ourselves to be right now.

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