Is what has happened in the year 2020 is it the start of the slow death of the world class system?
Note this Pandemic virus 19 has spread around the world no country has been spared. While the WHO has put out information, and yet still people are dying in masses. I see two profound effects that will begin to play out. First no matter what you believe people are still dying. The number of people dying is and will reduce the world population, the numbers of older generations the brain trust and the younger generations the labor trust numbers regarding total deaths worldwide will determine where we go from here. How will each country deal with so many of its citizens dead? What will be the toll on food production will there be enough food being produced or will there be people to even do farming, and you must ask this for every single industry in the world. This will open the door to widespread slavery, which leads me to the second problem.
Race riots that have been spreading across the world is not so much about race as it is about brutally and the use of it to control, the match has been lit now we are seeing the fire spread. The use of violent to keep people down, the use of laws that make people less than human is running its course, even the suppression of knowledge may soon begin to backfire. Worldwide this is playing out in several ways each country it will be different yet the same. The total rejection of the class system in almost every form. In the end the countries that Educate their people as a priority, that looks at its people as assets to the sustainability of their culture and growth, will come out on top.
This is something that will not happen in the US since we have for generations have lowed our educational standards to control the populations. Before you say I am wrong I ask you first Look at all the programs not just in your community but those that surround you that helped young teens, seniors, just look at the job programs, advance education that have had success but was just discontinued or defunded. And you tell me what you see. I say this because I have seen it firsthand, over a period of thirty plus years working with Nonprofits that had such programs. Look at what you had when you went to school and what your Children have now. Not the things you did not have like computers, but clubs, sports, music and arts the things that build character, social skills and teamwork.
So, the Pandemic of 2020 and how long it will last will it carry into 2021 and what will be the final death toll be our questions that come to mine. And the protest what changes will they bring, and how fast or will those changes come?
As a young black man, I took a lot flack for joining back in 1978, But I was ok with it. For me it was my destiny my desire, since I was five years old to wear the Uniform of the United States Army, just like my Uncle George and my Brother John and my cousin Melvin. I was proud of them and looked up to them. When I in the fourth grade I met a white man named Marvin he owned Dean’s Cleaners, he gave me my first job. Marvin had served in the Navy during World War Two his ship had been sunk in battle and him and two shipmates left out at sea in a raft for several day before being picked up. Me and Marvin talked a lot about what was going on in the world and he was like a second father to me. So, I will say that he changed my destiny for now I wanted to go not into the Army but the Navy. So that is why I choose to serve in the Navy.
My Uncle George watched me grad from Boot camp seeing how proud of me he was seeing me in my uniform still bring tears to my eyes. I am proud of my Family whom have served this country well. In many different Jobs. While my Father did not serve his brothers did, my mother worked in the bomber plant during WW2 and her brothers served, and I am not the only one to go to the navy as cousin on my mother side also was Navy. But what I am most proud of is the three sisters whom served as Blue Star Mothers. My mom and her two sisters worked hard serving vets in the hospital returning from Vietnam. As a kid talking to these men helping them in a sense pushed me closer to my future.
Now I must say this I do not think everyone should go to the service, but I do think that everyone is responsible to protect those who serve. From being missed used. We are here because we believe strongly about our freedom and are willing to put our life on the line to protect that freedom for freedom is not free. You that stay home your job is to make sure that Congress and the President are doing what is best for all the people and not repeat the wrongs of before i.e. (Vietnam, McCathyism). These two events separate but the same in that they will forever be dark periods in our history when the people closed their eyes and ears to what was going on choosing to walk in silence will their family and friends’ lives are devalued. For every vote not taken, is the life of a soldier or sailor dying, our vote counts not voting costs lives.
I am no different from any other man I served for GOD and my Country and have no regrets. I ask you whom have not, can you say the same or did you choose to be silent?
The grace given to us by our Lord is power. A power that
washes away all pain and sorrow.
All you need is to except it, believe and have faith, bath
yourself in his love
Rejoice in his grace.
Written by gary h knox 2-24-2019
Music love and mercy Kathy Troccoli
How to hear the Lord.
His touch is soft
His voice is quiet
But he is always there waiting for you.
Stop quiet your mind, open your heart and your soul will
Loud as the trumpet flare.
(Tell of the Lone Rider)
I am a molded figure made from the dirt of this planet given life though the breath of my creator, I am man.
This is just a form a shell that house the real me. The real me you can not see but you can feel if you open your heart.
I am a believer of our Savior Jesus Christ, and I walk his path daily so many times I have turned from the path only to have him carry me back.
For he is my Protector and Savior I am blessed with his love.
I am me blessed to walk in the light of the Lord all the days of my life.
Who am I?
I am a warrior, born from my mother’s worm fighting for life. A son carrying the burden of his fathers before him.
I am strong and proud yet meek and full of love I am my Mother’s son.
I am what my father wanted me to be. For he is gone now, and I am alone.
Alone to carry on, to carry the torch of our faith. For both were children of my Lord.
For who am I
I am the Lone Rider, but I am not alone, God rides with me everywhere I go.
So, when you see me riding down the street know that I am not alone.
Join me and feel the present of God and be blessed by his presents for we are not alone.