Entry Submitted by Heisenberg at 11:09 PM EDT on April 6, 2017
Got in a little hometown jam
So they put a rifle in my hand
Sent me off to a foreign land
To go and kill the yellow man
Born in the U.S.A., I was born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A., born in the U.S.A.
Come back home to the refinery
Hiring man said "son if it was up to me"
Went down to see my V.A. man
He said "son, don't you understand"
I had a brother at Khe Sahn
Fighting off the Viet Cong
They're still there, he's all gone
He had a woman he loved in Saigon
I got a picture of him in her arms now
Down in the shadow of the penitentiary
Out by the gas fires of the refinery
I'm ten years burning down the road
Nowhere to run ain't got nowhere to go
Born in the U.S.A., I was born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A., I'm a long gone daddy in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A., born in the U.S.A.
Born in the U.S.A., I'm a cool rocking daddy in the U.S.A. -Bruce Springsteen
And the battle's yet begun. To claim the victory that Jesus won. -U2/SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY
And that brings us to tonight's word: POINT BLANK
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. For some dinarland is an enlightening experience full of wonders and a new school lesson every day. They like coming to school. The teachers nice and she speaks soft. And she smells like cinnamon, which is weird because you shouldn't be smelling your teacher. School is fun. They show up everyday on time. Pencil sharpener. Eraser ready. New page on your notebook.
And you have some who hate school. That's not the way I was taught. My dad says this and my daddy told me that. You're wrong. School is a waste of my time. Pulling on ponytails. Principals out to get me. But since I have to be here I'll just shoot spit wads at the chalkboard. Pull out my knife and carve up my school desk. Jughead wuz here. Yuck yuck. Sit in the back of the class and pass notes. Hello McFly. Borrowing pencils. Dog ate my homework. Teacher is ugly. And mean. And smells like sulfur...again, just weird.
This disclosure thing is hitting people pretty hard and rightfully so. For example, you have a few in the military who spent a lifetime in service to their country hearing some things that are not so appetizing. A lifetime in believing their sacrifice was for the innocent of this land so that the helpless could live their lives in peace under the umbrella of the freedom they help provide. Under the cover of safety they took an oath to deliver. And they signed up. In the old days they signed up to get out of jail but that's a whole other topic. regardless of whether you went involuntary or Judge Brown made you go, all of those young boys were thrown into a us or them mentality. There was no middle ground. Kill be killed. They all deserve our respect for going where they went. For seeing what they had to see. For losing WHO they lost. And WHAT they lost...innocence gone.
We will not learn how to live together in peace by killing each other's children. -Jimmy Carter
The disclosure bug is also biting those who've been told Israel might/will becoming a 2 state nation with Palestine. Or that it is in fact Israel that is the cause of much suffering as well as the RV delay. Some people don't like hearing that. Palestine has been a game of inches to Israel and jews around the world. Much like the Irish Americans asking about the revolution back home. Who's winning the big game? It's a little different when you don't have to pick up the body parts and rubble after the latest car bomb. And what about all that land that the home team has gained? Will that just be given back to them? That's hard for some to swallow. What's the saying? Give them an inch and they'll take a mile? Is that a psyop? Should be, right? Football is a game of inches. So if any inch is given up, that's your home team losing ground. That's your home team getting sacked on fourth down. Nobody likes that. Although someone once said that all land is God's land so fighting for it is irrelevant. Losing your life or your friends life for it is just a damn shame.
Now one group who has not shown any kickback whatsoever and I'm proud of them for it, is the Roman Catholic nation. The fighting Catholics! But you know after all that priest/altar boy stuff a decade ago, I think we all had our suspicions that something wasn't right in the church. It wasn't very hard to connect the dots on that one. Even Jughead caught that. Kinda funny that no one is going to bat for Catholicism, if you think about it. Cause if I've learned anything about dinarland, is that they will battle with anyone. Over anything. But you know, we are very small sample population here in dinarland and there are a butt load of Roman Catholics in the world. I wonder if they're gonna be as understanding. Italy? Mejico? South America?
So how many slices are there to the great lie pie? You've got the military, politicians/government, Hollywood, ET's, suppress technology, poisonous foods, flouride, population management (like that one? kinda like a hooker saying she's in fellatio management), taxes, suppressed health advancements and/or cures, monopoly money, and those are just off the top of my head. It's a pretty pretty pretty big pie. Larry David boom.
Let's take Hollywood for a second. I'm not saying all of Hollywood is corrupt. I'm sure there's lots of good people who went to La la land in the innocent hopes of being on the big screen. Ever since a little girl, they dreamed of sharing their dream with the world. A little fame and a little money a worthwhile reward because acting is in their blood. I was born for the big screen! I'm ready for my close-up. Drama. Comedy. But if they went thru the wrong door they found out pretty quick some bad guys wanted them to do some bad things for that dream. But hey, they already spent their last dollar on that bus ticket. They have no where to sleep tonight. They can't go back to Kansas with their tails between their legs. Now, not all of Hollywood is corrupt but let's just say a "portion" of it is. No arguments there right? Go waste your time and money on Suicide Squad and let me know if you think that was from the corrupted "portion" of Hollywood. Gross.
If you've been paying attention in class then you know that every major power structure in the world was compromised. Every power structure had some "portion" of corruption. This is what those in college call 101. That is entry-level classes for every student. Usually it's sociology or psychology but every student must take it. And if you're in the military I imagine it would be called basic training. Every one must take it. Not optional. Standard issue. Now this infiltration of corruption is not fair. Not even close to being fair for some. It was a point-blank shot. And if it does disclose that wars were being fought for silver and gold and not for freedom, I hope that all of us who have lost someone in the service, be it a friend, a brother, or like myself grandparents, can suppress our anger and in turn help those who will be angry. Help talk down those from the ledge who are going to be absolutely furious. Because we paid attention in class right? Wink wink? Teacher's kind of pretty this year, isn't she?
So back to the military as we had one of our career Veterans speak up recently. Again not all military is corrupt. Many of my friends and family served with an innocent heart. They just wanted to serve the country and be a part of a great institution. Because their dad served. Because the brother served. Now let's just say a "portion" of the military was corrupt. And I don't know how big that slice is. 1/500? 1/5000? 1/1000000? Or was it just a very few at the very top? I don't know. But what I like to believe is that many of those have been replaced by goodhearted soldiers. And I heard they weren't very happy when they found out either. Soldiers who have been told the truth about what was happening and want to do the right thing now. To truly serve the public. To truly provide an umbrella of safety for the helpless even if they are still asleep. Thank God.
No, I personally was not offended by anything that was said. Any one who has served our country that long, has a right to speak their mind. Thank you for your service (I imagine you signed up not knowing if you'd be serving in a time of peace or war. That's pretty gutsy. Double tough.) Now if I was to put myself in their shoes, I imagine it would be hard to hear some of these things in dinarland from those who never served. Maybe one like OWK, or from me for that matter. OWK probably (I don't know) did not serve in the United States Army or the Marines. Me neither. But please don't make the mistake of presuming that he is not serving. He is what you might refer to as a civilian contractor. GS 15 or SES level or something like that. I'm not really up on my civilian ranks. Lately I believe in all my heart of hearts that OWK is a ranking officer in some army. What army that is, I haven't put my finger on yet. Now I've been around Dinar block a time or two and I've seen people come and I've seen people go, but there's much more than meets the eye here. If you're discounting his message because he hasn't picked up an M-16 and charged the battlefield in a foreign land...well... I just think you're missing something. And if he does happen to be a ranking officer in an army unknown to us, an ambassador of some galactic fleet, whose mission is to disclose to us topics not pleasant, does he not deserve the respect of a ranking officer? Would he have to show his bars or stars or clusters to make you believe it? Or is there a little faith sprinkled into that lesson? I'm just throwing things out here. Spit balling. This is something we'll never know, but it's just a feeling that my instincts are picking up. And my instincts for dinarland are not bad.
So I said that to say what? What's the carry home? What's the lesson? What's the takeaway? Don't mess with Heis when he is on a breakaway (please go see Moana. Blatant plug). Maybe it's that you, my veteran friends, have been brought to dinarland for a very special mission. Arch General Michael called on you to dinarland to open your mind so that you can help your brothers with whom you served. For when the big hammer drops maybe God wants you there to help them walk peacefully across that no man's land of disclosure. And not just your buddies and friends that were in your platoon or division, but maybe to help all veterans in your area. Find a way to show them that anger is no longer the answer. Because, brother, they are going to be as angry as you are when the truth comes out. And you will be needed personally because you speak their language. You will be a friendly face. You have the resume to back it up. To gain their trust. They probably won't trust guys like me or others that didn't serve. But they will trust you. And they will look to you for guidance and support. They will look to you to lead them. And you might teach them to lead others. If that is your covenant.
When I first saw this movie, even if it is Hollywood garbage, I couldn't help but think something wasn't right. And not just the way the soldiers were treated when they got home. Had a feeling something just wasn't right overall. And now I know. And now you know.
When you take a close look at that pie, you'll see pretty quick there were many slices of injustice. Lots of good people lost their homes and farms to corrupt mortgages. Gonna be mad. Lot's of people died from curable cancer. Gonna be mad. And like in this song Point Blank, lots of women were chewed up and spat out by the system. Unfortunately, women and children fit into many slices in the big pie lie. Single mom with multiple children gave up long ago on Romeo coming to save them. Gave up on Ricardo Valenzuela. Just waiting on that welfare check now. Now is that any way to live?
And that's the word