Memorial Day – What It Means To Me As A Veteran
Hi everyone, hope you are all having a great Memorial Day. Unfortunately I, even though I am a Navy Veteran, I have to go into work today as I was unable to avoid it this year. The picture above was taken of me in Hong Kong Harbor aboard the USS Blue Ridge in 2002. Click the picture for full size. Since there are people who visit this website from countries like Canada, India, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world, I have to post this message from the heart. Feel free to share it.
I dedicate this to the human race, most importantly, those who lost their lives defending freedom.
Memorial Day 2014, a federal holiday, is a day that we celebrate here in the United States where we set aside a day to remember the men and women who died serving our great nation in the armed forces (Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard). We remember our fallen soldiers. It was called Decoration Day during the American Civil War. It’s also a time where we remember that there are very powerful people in this world who really don’t care about you and I, they are only in it for the money. There are politicians who go into office with less than $50,000 but leave with millions, tens of millions and, in some cases, hundreds of millions. No one seems to question that fact, but it’s well-known, but often, overlooked.
For me, I don’t spend Memorial Day just thinking about my fellow brothers and sisters who died serving in the United States military, I look at the ones who are homeless, on the street, left behind because society forgot about them. I think about how the parents of Pat Tillman must feel, knowing that they were lied to regarding how their son was killed by his own troops. I think about Jessica Lynch, how the media and Army spun the story of what really happened to her, trying to make her like a female version of Rambo just to increase signups, and how her testimony about http://www.infowars.com/war-on-terrors-new-targets-veterans-tea-partiers-anti-fed-activists/made people everywhere begin to question the “official story”. I think about the men and women I meet at the VA hospitals, who have fought in Vietnam, fought in the Gulf War, and fought for this nation, yet now, they fight just to stay alive another day. Some of you may never know what people like that go through each day. Well, I have seen during my time in the military, and my time meeting with them since I’ve returned, pain of such a magnitude that it goes beyond what most of us can comprehend.. To those people who never met an injured Veteran, count yourself blessed, because it’s hard living day in and day out, knowing that if you only had enough money, you could save someone from suicide, depression, anxiety, and loneliness. Personally, I struggle with depression, I am a disabled Veteran, and let me tell you something: you have no idea what it’s like for me to go into a VA hospital for an appointment, and have to see my friends missing limbs, with part of their face burnt from an IED explosion, and if you could only imagine the daily struggle with pain these people have. Sadly, some of you complain about your phone not working, or your internet being too slow, imagine not having arms, think about that. Consider during Memorial Day 2014 returning Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, some have turned to alcohol, some drugs, and as some of you know, we Veterans are considered the number one threat to the United States.
Some Americans use Memorial Day 2014 as an excuse to shop for deals online, to find cheap clothes or to get beer for a party. What in the world does any of that have to do with Memorial Day? This country is so lost, I’m in complete and utter disbelief that I served my country when I see what it has become. I see the teenagers who come into my place of business, they are all like robots on their Ipods or Iphones. Everyone is so busy texting and surfing the web or talking on the phone or listening to music that no one bothers talking to anyone anymore. You know what I love besides having deep conversations with my wife? I absolutely love meeting people who are over 60, who have knowledge of just how far downhill the United States is. I run into people all the time on food stamps, and they have no plans to get off of them. I see food stamps as debt slavery, they know that if they make too much, food stamps are reduced or denied, and if they don’t make enough, then they stave, so they try to find the middle ground. I recently came across a video where people actually thought that President John F Kennedy died in a car crash in January 2014! Here is the link for that video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-bao9fg6Yc
Memorial Day – American Struggles
After seeing that video, we, as Americans, must have to ask ourselves, “How far gone is our country?” I’m really glad Memorial Day 2014 weekend has passed. As for the global currency reset, I’m not thinking about it on Memorial Day. I have posted videos and article links below because think about how many Americans died in Iraq to bring us the dinar revaluation? I still am optimistic for it to happen in 2015, but I’m not waiting each day, because my primary concern, is looking for someone with a sign that says, “Need help, need a job, need food.” The reset will happen in due time, but I don’t listen to the dinar calls, I don’t search the web for news about the gcr, what I do is pray, and prayer is powerful. Memorial Day 2014 is about remembering fallen heroes, not drinking, not memorial day sales. As for us, we love to help people, my wife and I do what we can to help, I gave my wife $100 to give to a homeless person yesterday and it felt so good, knowing that I changed someone’s life, made their day, and encouraged that person to overcome their struggle, and to try and do better. That person poured their heart out, crying about the abuse they received as a child, as a teenage, rejection from their mother, father in prison, and we were able to help this person out, it feels good to help someone.
What’s the history of Memorial Day? Think of the men and women who died in battle. I encourage all of you to go out, find someone who needs help, and help them out, bring them food, clothing, shoes, whatever you can do to help them, you know it’s going to come back to you ten fold, so why not make a difference in someone’s life today? If you are concerned that if you give money that they will just go and buy beer or drugs then give them a hat, summer is here, it’s hot, a hat is great, or give them a bottle of water, what’s that cost, about two bucks? Let’s make this Memorial Day 2014 a day where we can make a difference in someone’s life, not look at it as a day for us to drink and be selfish, let’s help humanity, let’s help our Veterans and the widows of Veterans, God Bless You all, enjoy Memorial Day.
Jessica Lynch Testimony –
I have the link here to the highly copied article I wrote entitled, “What is the Global Currency Reset.”
The article should be at the top of the global currency reset dot net homepage, but if it’s not, the link above should work fine. As a backup, if that link is down, here is the other copy: http://globalcurrencyreset.net/global-currency-reset/
Also, I would like to point out another article for your to read on Memorial Day 2014, this one I posted about the Iraqi Dinar Revaluation http://globalcurrencyreset.net/iraqi-dinar-revaluation/
Video About The Global Reset For Newbies
Just because some of you may not be aware, check the video out on Memorial Day 2014 since at least you can educate yourself, then go out and help someone.
Here is the links to the top video:
CHRISTINE LAGARDE RESET DISCUSSION (OVER 50,000 VIEWS IN 2 MONTHS!)
Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVsGzIYmquc
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Remember to help someone this, you will never forget your good deed, neither will they.