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Energy, Memes, and Money: When you are on your way to vote and your friend shows you that officials are selected not elected @truth society If voting could truly change the world it would be illegal. - Even if your vote does count, you are given the choice between two candidates who are heavily funded by corporations and individuals with specific agendas. The politicians are further bought with lobbying. - “You can’t take a congressman to lunch for $25 and buy him a steak. But you can take him to a fundraising lunch and not only buy him that steak, but give him $25,000 extra and call it a fundraiser.” – Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff - The people who really run the show, the puppet masters, derive their power from the private banking system. - “Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Rothschild - Real change starts with YOU. Voting with your actions to support local, sustainable, and healthy businesses and ideas. Being the change you wish to see in the world. That is where the real revolution is happening. - “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” -Socrates - To change the current reality you don’t work within its rules but instead make the existing system obsolete by creating something better. - “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” -Einstein - “Presidents are selected not elected.” -President Roosevelt
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Family, God, and Life: REVENGE OF THE LAWN Then the movic showed Electricity like a young Greek god coming to the farmer to take away forever the dark ways of his life. Suddenly, religiously, with the throwing of a switch the farmer had electric lighs o see by when he milked his I WAS TRYING TO DESCRIBE YOU TO SOMEONE cows in the early black winter mornings. The farmer's family got to listen to the radio and have a toaster and lots of bright lights to sew dresses and read the newspaper by It was really a fantastic movie and excited me like listening to The Star-Spangled Banner or secing photo- graphs of President Roosevelt or hearing him on the radio. ". . . The President of the United States . . ." I wanted electricit I was trying to describe you to someone a few days ago y to go everywhere in the world. I wanted all the farmers in the world to be able to listen to You don't look like any girl Ive ever seen before. I couldn't say: "Wel, she looks just like Jane Fonda except that she's got red hair and her mouth is different President Rooscvclt on the radio That's how you look to me. and of course she's not a movie sta." I couldn't say that bccause you don't look like Jane Fonda at al I finally ended up describing you as a movic I saw when I was a child in Tacoma, Washington. I guess I saw it in 1941 or '42: somewhere in there. I think I was seven or eight or six. It was a movie about rural electrification and a perfect 1930s New Deal morality kind of movie to show kids. The movie was about farmers living in the country without electricity. They had to use lanterns to sce by at night, for sewing and reading, and they didn't have any appliances, like toasters or washing machines, and they Then they built a dam with big electric generators and they put poles across the countryside and strung wirc There was an incredible heroic dimension that came from the simple putting up of poles for the wires to travel along. They looked ancient and modern at the same time.
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