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April 27, 2015

Yellow Tulip 2.0

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:40 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the once again sunny, cool island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this 27th day of April, 2015, another gorgeous day on the Hyannis/Hyannis Port Waterfront(s), looking ahead to a rather chilly week, with temperatures struggling to get into the low fifties…

Having completed the ‘journey’ of unplugging the old TV machine as the great Rachel Maddow puts it–good luck MSNBC, not so much you FOX ‘news’–forgoing “Dish” for Roku, I must say I think I am way past the withdrawal stage.  Although I still drive by the Comcast every now and again… Yes, after ‘taking my mind back’, I have stumbled across some “must see TV” as it were.  There have been at least ten documentaries that have caught my attention and they should yours as well, for the TRUTH will be exposed in the end and the mistakes of the past three and a half decades (Federal Reserve monetary policies for starters!), by our so called ‘leaders’ will come full circle, but probably not until there is another grand crisis in the “too big to fail” U.S. banking industry, a group of individuals who play dice with all of our futures.

One of those seen was a ‘piece’ by the great Katie Couric, who put together a film called “Fed Up”, the story of our food industry and how it is effectively poisoning (obesity) our children with sugar.  If you are interested in this epic documentary please Google “fedupmovie.com” for more information.  I highly recommend it.

If it is high finance you are interested in, please watch “Money for Nothing” and it will enlighten you to the dark street of Wall, whose bankers are more like gun slingers out of Wild West, caring nothing of America. Rather, interested only in the modus operandi “profit over people”; salivating for short term gain.

And finally, for now, I challenge you to sit through “Fallen Angels”, the story of Skid Row in greater downtown Los Angeles, where homeless people are literally thrown to the street in such a way that if you don’t cry then you sir, are not human.  There are real Angels in this one, recovered souls giving back when they seemingly had nothing to give… If we don’t get a handle on our poor soon in this nation, we are in big trouble.  For a country cannot sustain itself if the imbalance–the great Grand Canyon gap between those on 740 Park Avenue in New York City and those on said Southern Californian row–continues to grow, indeed, creating a nation of two peoples, the haves and the have nots…

Have a great week!


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