American Autogenocide: America’s Darkest Secret

I had this article forwarded to me by a friend. I absolutely hate to believe this crap. I don’t like to think some “rich, white men” in power are behind the corruption of the US. Frankly, it’s too simplistic to me and it doesn’t explain all the problems of the world.

I’m not saying there aren’t some interesting factoids I agree with in this, especially as pertained to the Nazi, but I think the entities running the show aren’t just elite, rich, white men in power.

The funny thing to me and yes I have to find humor in this life (for my own sanity), is the people that don’t see the lies they are living….. from top to bottom. Worst of course are those that do perpetrate crimes against sectors of humanity because they can thinking that the insignificant gains they reap in this lifespan in comfort, money and power is enough to garner them happiness. I laugh at the absurdity of their ignorance. But, unfortunately, they aren’t the only ones living horrible lies.

All I know is that poverty is a crime against humanity. Stress is one of the most deadly and underrated silent killers of our modern world. The government of most nation’s don’t give a fuck about its general populace. And that we are constantly divided up into us’s and them’s everywhere and at all times, to our own greatest detriment.

But I can’t enwrap myself in all that. That isn’t really my battle. My battle is the saving of my own soul and the children that depend on me as well as the people I can help in the here and now in whatever fashion I am meant to be of service, person by person. This world will continue it’s slow pace to wherever it’s going without me one day. I have no say in that.

But what I do with myself, my life, this journey of my soul, in this brief lifespan, with the choices I am presented with is what I have to make count. I don’t have to live by the credos set for me by others. I have to live by the credos set for me by my own soul. And I am honored to abide by them, no matter how difficult they may be because ultimately that is where my peace and true happiness lies. I know this much.

And this is something that people that don’t listen to their hearts will never understand and I just have to laugh at the idiocies people pursue in leiu of following their rightful souls journey, because if I didn’t laugh I’d have to cry. But it’s also really not my place to judge or set them straight. I do what I can when I can and offer help when it is asked for and I can do so.

This life goes by in a blink. I will continue to focus on that which gives me the greatest meaning and depth: truth, valor and compassion.

The rest you’ll see…..is all smoke and mirrors and the biggest joke of all. So I’m just going to keep laughing.

Be warned this article is very long. You’ll get the general notion if you skim it. I enjoyed it, but I’m a bit morbid that way.

http://hiddenmurder.blogspot.com/2006/09/americas-darkest-secret.html?m=1

Author: porngirl3

I have always enjoyed reading and writing. Maybe because I have always been on the quiet and reclusive side; which most people may not guess at first glance or if seeing me in a social setting, especially around people I am comfortable with but it’s also not something I have an issue with. I need solitude to recharge. Writing gives me the peace and time to renew myself...here that is offered to you for your enjoyment and pleasure as well. I hope. Lol

13 thoughts on “American Autogenocide: America’s Darkest Secret”

  1. Pain is a temporary emotion? Oh, I’d very much beg to differ with that; apparently, that camper knew nothing about neuropathic pain and how some versions of it never goes away. I scratch my leg, sure – that pain goes away after x-amount of time; the pain laid on me after I had my stroke? 24/7 for coming up on 14 straight years. Temporary my ass..

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    1. Have you tried hypnotherapy and acupuncture? I had a friend who had natural childbirth using only hypnosis and she said she felt zero pain. The mind is a miraculous instrument we don’t utilize nearly enough. Constant pain is a horrible way to live. I’ve heard music, meditation, light therapy, can help too. What kind of pain is left after a stroke? Nerve damage pain?

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      1. The neurologist told me that it’s “normal” for someone who’s had a stroke to experience pain right after the event but for some, that pain eventually goes away. Mine hasn’t and even the neurologist said that they don’t fully understand where the pain comes from. Nerve damage, maybe even literally brain damage – and I’ve seen the area of my brain that was damaged by the stroke. Right-side deficits; I expected that… but this pain? I can’t even really explain it but in the early goings during my recovery, wearing clothes hurt; taking a shower hurt; anything touching my skin – including the slightest breeze hurt. Day and night and a follow-up with the neurologist didn’t give me good news. Maybe it’ll go away by itself, maybe it won’t; tried all kinds of medications and certain opioids would get me so stoned I didn’t know I was in pain… but I couldn’t function, that and the costs were outrageous even with insurance.

        Pretty sure hypnotherapy won’t work – I tried it to quit smoking and the therapist couldn’t “hypnotize” me. Acupuncture? I thought about it but, seriously, I don’t let anyone stick me anywhere on my right side.

        So I’ve learned to live with it and it hasn’t been easy. I can function but even things like temperature changes – especially cold – makes me insane. At best, I can… distract myself which, at the least, gets me to not pay attention to the pain so much.

        A scratch on the leg is nothing compared to what I’m living with. Maybe it’ll go away but to date, it hasn’t but I’ve not given up hope that it will. The mental effort is, whew, can’t even explain it but at one point, dying sounded like a great idea and I got to understand how pain can make someone kill themselves just to stop it. Not gonna do that, though; I understand that other folks have had strokes and they have it way worse than I do so I deal with it.

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          1. I’d say that I don’t as much hypnotize myself but I’ve learned not to “pay so much attention” to it, well, until it makes me pay attention. I do… stuff like play video games; I found that if I’m into a game, I’m not thinking about the pain. I feel it but it’s just there. I can’t explain it except to say that I’m determined to not let his degrade my quality of life any more than the stroke initially did. I can use the power of my mind to keep the worst of the pain away and unless I told you I was in constant pain, you wouldn’t know it to look at me.

            I just deal with it and some moments, it gets the best of me but all it does is strengthen my resolve to not let it defeat me. Even now, as I’m typing this, my right hand feels like it’s on fire because it hurts to type… but I push through it because letting it defeat me isn’t an option.

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          2. Well. You’ve got the mental reserve down. That’s so awesome that you can power through it, but I do hope you can find some real alleviation. πŸ₯°πŸ’‹πŸ™πŸ½β£οΈ

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          3. Thank you! Maybe I can find some form of relief, maybe this’ll go away and stop messing with me but until that happens, I gotta be strong to keep the worst of the ongoing pain at bay.

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          4. Sometimes, although not always I find if I give in to the pain. If I welcome it, soothe it, play with it it goes away. I’ve headed off migraines that way countless times. But once it’s in full blown pain it usually doesn’t work.

            Good luck! There’s a CD I bought on Amazon but you can probably find free YouTube videos on self hypnosis for pain. Worth a shot maybe. πŸ₯°πŸ€—β£οΈπŸ’‹

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          5. Hey, I’ll try almost anything! I have moments where even my willpower wilts under the pain; I know it but since I can’t stop it, I do my level best not to let it send me into screaming fits. In those moments, I have hydrocodone I can take – it takes the edge off the pain – but the “goal” is to not take it as a matter of course.

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