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March 28, 2015

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Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 6:19 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the wintry mixed up island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this 28th day of March, 2015, a soggy day for ducks kind of a day here on little old Cape Cod, as we are experiencing perhaps the last of the snow for this season, although with the winter we have all endured, that might be a bit of a stretch!

Still in a self imposed corporate media blackout of sorts–attempting to ‘cut off daily the heroin supply’ of over dramatized, politically manipulated “news” from my well being; broadcasted 24/7 on the TV machine one must take a loan out to ‘get’–indeed it was a struggle, but eventually the craving wore off…

However, in the ‘awakening’ if you will, I stumbled across yet another statement made by our again, beloved 35th U.S. President, Mr. Jack Kennedy, who stated this in and around the time of the “Cuban Missal Crisis”, November 1962, a nuclear standoff at sea with the then Soviet Union that almost took the world out of order for good.

“Every man, woman and child, lives under a nuclear sword of Damocles, hanging by the slenderest of threads, capable of being cut at any moment, by accident, or miscalculation, or by madness.  The weapons of war must be abolished, before we abolish ourselves.”  JFK

.7 percent of uranium can be used for a nuclear weapon and if this ‘new world order’ has any intention on keeping a handle on the world’s nuclear history, starting with the first U.S. nuclear tests in the New Mexico desert in 1945, quickly followed by the U.S.S.R. gaining the capability in 1947, then the U.K. in 1952, followed up by France in 1960, then China in 1964, followed up by Israel in 1967, then India in 1974, then Pakistan in 1990 with North Korea rounding out the illicit grouping of world ending weapon holders, as Iran knocks on the door, it better get out the lead and start talking to one another about just how serious ‘loose nukes’ really are, hopefully as another great U.S. President, Ronald Reagan stated when attempting to work with Mr. Gorbachev, in the much publicized broker deal in Iceland that fell victim to that country’s name… “…let us free the world of nuclear weapons forever.” U.S. President Ronald Reagan

In 1985, U.S. President Ronald Reagan met with then Soviet Premier Gorbachev in Reykjavik, Iceland and bring not only an end to the ‘Cold War’, but moreover to create a treaty between the two nations and the world at large, destroying the chance, off chance at the time, that this deathly science would not get out to the world at large, would remain mostly with ‘the super powers’ if you will, no one to give this information out to a nation who may use it for nefarious means.  Rushing forward with no regard for humanity; to an end that only spells madness, death and total destruction on a massive human scale.  The meeting failed, mostly because of a program called “Star Wars”, or “SDI”, that was mostly of science fiction rather than sound reason.  Be that as it may, because the two nations could not agree, now over forty countries have the capability or access to that .7 enriched uranium, needed to create a bomb much like the one that killed so many at the end of World War II, namely Hiroshima, and the horror therein…

Said Michail Gorbachev on that day after the two men parted ways in Iceland, “…we worked inherently well in Reykjavik, we truly opened a door and peaked beyond the horizon.”

I only hope we learned a lesson from that day not too long ago, thirty years or so.  Only a few decades before that Jack Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev staved off what would have been World War III, and just be luck did that happen.  Ronald Reagan and Jack Kennedy were on the same page on this one.  We should come together politically now and promote more talk, less tension, no war.  Open dialogue in this “new world order” is needed to save us from the madness of Robert Oppenheimer’s “creation” or discovery of this insane weapon of death, that must, for the sake of mankind, be eliminated from the face of the earth…

Again, I hope we are all beginning to notice a simple truth--”…we’re all in this together.  One of these men might save your life someday did you know that?” (credit “Sgt. Hulka” in the classic 1980 film “Stripes”, also starring Bill Murray who piped in, “…then again, one of them might not!”. As a collective human species, I think we can all agree that notion of forgoing reason for madness is just that…

madness.

PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M

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