Sunday, July 31, 2016


What you are hearing in the news is only if you are ignorant and uneducated.

Of course if you have never used vitamin supplements before and never done any research at all you could wind up dead taking the wrong vitamins (especially if you are taking medicines prescribed by your doctor and don't tell him or her what supplements you are taking).

However, if you want to live to be 100 instead of 45 or 50 or less, educating yourself about vitamins and supplements is a life or death matter for you.

For example, this is something many people don't know: If you are over 50 and getting early Alzheimers or senile dementia the first thing to do is to go to Trader Joes and buy sublingual B-12 vitamins because it means your stomach can no longer process B vitamins and your brain absolutely cannot work right without B-12. So, if you or a relative is getting dementia try sublingual B-12 or B-12 shots from a doctor or anyone who can give them to you.

Note: Sub lingual simply means you put it under your tongue and through cell salts it goes directly into the blood from under the tongue. You never swallow it because it goes through your saliva glands directly into your blood stream.

This is just one of literally hundreds of things that can keep you alive past 35 or 45 or 50 if you know your stuff about supplements.

And people who say otherwise are making money off you dying quicker by selling you things that will reduce your quality of life and cause you to die sooner than you should.

And this is the TRUTH by God's Grace.

We are now witnessing the Decay and reorganization of Civilization on earth

It reminds me a lot of 1929 from the Stock market Crash until around 1950 worldwide. This was a time when millions of people died from war and starvation and some in really awful ways. We seem to be in another time like this now worldwide.

I fear for the human race and for civilization itself during these times.

The problem becomes people blaming leaders for their problems rather than studying the cause of the problems and solving these problems themselves.

So, in this way the uneducated basically commit suicide by the millions through ignorance of the actual cause of their problems.

Here are the actual causes that most people refuse to look at:

Global Climate change preventing enough food to be grown.
When temperatures average above 90 degrees fahrenheit it interferes with photosynthesis and plant growth. So, less food is grown for people to eat. This then causes food to be more expensive. This then is a problem because people's jobs are not paying them enough in regard to inflation. And this causes less jobs as less people have food to eat. So this is a vicious cycle in itself.

The other problem is overpopulation caused by western medicine working too well. So, this will tend to cause pandemics more and more during this century. Other than wars in the Middle East I don't see wars in Europe or the United States unless Trump becomes president and then I fully expect a world war and possibly the end of life on earth because of it.

This is not to say that Trump is not sincere, it is just to stay he has no empathy and is not self aware.

So, the real problem is not Hillary or Trump or even Putin. The real problem is global climate change, and overpopulation which is causing revolutions in governments all over the world.

This will tend to increase the terrorism and violence all over the world including the United States until Governments begin to topple one by one. We are already seeing this in Syria, Turkey, IRaq, Yemen and in various other countries. Even in Europe we are seeing Brexit and the unraveling of the EU because of the refugee crisis in Syria and the surrounding area mostly caused by Iran and Russia's direct influence.

So, the chaos shows no signs at all of abating for the next 10 to 15 or 20 years and possibly not even then.

Thousands march for Erdogan in Germany?

It is obvious to any knowledgeable person in the Western World that Turkey is on it's way now out of NATO and out of the EU completely and now becoming something like a Sunni Version of IRan. It is obvious now that Turkey and IRan will be at war at some point sort of like Iraq and Iran were at war under Saddam Hussein. As the world looks into Turkey right now most of us only see death, death and more death coming in various forms. It is very unfortunate that this coup happened. It might be even more unfortunate for Turkey that it failed. Because now Turkey will be for sure at war with Iran in the next 20 years and ISIS soldiers are going to join Erdogan's army to fight Iran too. And because of this new threat from Turkey as an ISIS "Lite" Stronghold through Erdogan, expect IRan to disregard the Nuclear peace treaty as a way to survive as a nation, Turkey's changes, and develop nuclear weapons to use against Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Like I said, "Death, Death and more death is coming now for Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia in the next 20 years or so.

Hopefully, something better happens in the meantime. But, I wouldn't hold your breath.

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Tens of thousands of people in Germany turn out in support of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a rally that raises diplomatic tensions.

Thousands march in Germany in support of Turkey's President Erdogan

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Image caption There are an estimated three million people of Turkish origin in Germany
Tens of thousands of people in Germany have turned out in support of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a rally that raised diplomatic tensions.
Mr Erdogan had planned to address the rally in the city of Cologne, held to denounce an attempted coup two weeks ago, by video link.
But on Saturday, Germany's Constitutional Court banned the speech from being broadcast.
German media said at least 35,000 people turned out.
An estimated three million people of Turkish origin live in Germany, the majority of whom voted for Mr Erdogan's AKP party in the last Turkish election, according to the Turkish Communities in Germany organisation.
"We are here because our compatriots in Germany advocate democracy and are against the attempted military coup," Turkey's German-born Sport and Youth Minister Akif Cagatay Kilic said in Cologne.
A message by Mr Erdogan, thanking the demonstrators for their support, was read out.
 "It is said so often that this is the pro-Erdogan rally but it is not, it is an anti-coup demonstration," said one woman, Kevser Demir. "And I think that it is a duty of humanity to stay against such a coup."
Close to 2,700 police officers were deployed in Cologne. A far-right rally was held at the same time, but participants were kept far away from the Turkish demonstrators.
A handful of counter-protesters were also in attendance. One, Gulistan Gul, said it was crucial to speak out against Mr Erdogan.
"He is trying to have sole power over the people there," he said. "And we are against that dictatorship. The Kurds are oppressed, Armenians are oppressed, other minorities and religions are oppressed."
German media said the court ruling was made because of concerns about public order.
Turkey's EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik had condemned the decision in a series of tweets.
And Mr Erdogan's spokesman said Germany owed the president "a satisfactory explanation".
Mr Erdogan says US-based cleric Fetullah Gulen was behind the coup.
Turkey's government has sacked another 1,389 soldiers accused of being linked to the coup attempt on 15 July, in which rebels tried to oust President Erdogan.
This raises the number of military dismissals above 3,000 since the failed coup.

January 25th: GOP senator calls out Donald Trump’s ‘many affairs’ in lengthy tweetstorm

The main difference here between Trump and Bill Clinton appears to be that Trump didn't even care if the  many many women he was seeing while he was married were also married or not. So, truth and morality I think is a bigger issue for Trump than for Bill Clinton in this area. IT is said that president Kennedy slept with about 100 women while President, but it appears that Trump has already done this before the elections. So, how can we trust a man like this who hasn't been faithful to anyone including himself?

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GOP senator calls out Donald Trump’s ‘many affairs’ in lengthy tweetstorm

This post has been updated with more details of what Trump has said about alleged affairs.
Exactly one week out from the Iowa caucuses, the Republican establishment is starting to believe — and accept — that Donald Trump could very well be their nominee.
Some members of the tea party wing of the party appear to be coming to terms with that as well. But, if the tweets that follow are any indication, they're not going to be happy about it.
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) (it's pronounced "SASS") apparently spent his Sunday evening watching football and doing that time-honored thing politicians do to try to draw attention these days: Tweet up a storm on a subject.
The subject was, of course, GOP front-runner Trump. The topic: Asking Trump policy questions. The point: Trump may well be the party's most likely nominee, but many of his views are anathema to the GOP.
And it got personal. Sasse even appeared to bring up Trump's well-documented affair with actress Marla Maples and his past comments about being with married women.
In the tweet, Sasse takes issue with how Trump "brags" about "many affairs." That's up for debate, including whether Trump had more than one affair. Trump wrote that he once considered an open marriage with his first wife, and in his book "The Art of the Comeback" he said: "If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller."
Trump has also said: "I have too much respect for women in general, but if I did [write about my love life], the world would take serious notice. Beautiful, famous, successful, married — I've had them all, secretly, the world's biggest names..."
But he has also downplayed such rumors: "If I’d had affairs with half the starlets and female athletes the newspapers linked me with, I’d have no time to breathe." (Trump said in December that his personal life is indeed fair game on the campaign trail.)
Sasse is an anti-establishment, first-time officeholder who was elected in 2014 with the support of tea party leaders like Trump's rival, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), and Trump's newest friend on the campaign trail, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
But Sasse has made clear he's no friend of Trump's. Shortly after Trump suggested banning Muslim immigrants temporarily from the country, Sasse took to the Senate floor and, without using Trump's name, lamented the rise of "demagoguing leaders" on the campaign trail and "a megalomaniac strongman ... screaming about travel bans and deportation."
Sasse is such a Trump critic, his invitation Friday to speak at a New Hampshire presidential town hall (former vice president Dick Cheney was stuck in the snow) was considered worth a write-up in Politico.
After speaking in New Hampshire, Sasse logged into his personal Twitter account and tried to channel the spirit of backhanded compliments that Trump does so well. In his first few tweets, Sasse congratulated Trump on his campaign:
The senator spent the next two hours pointing out — in the form of an interview — everything he thought Trump was doing wrong as a Republican candidate, from supporting universal health care (Trump used to favor single-payer) to proposing a strong presidency to marital infidelity. (You can read all of his tweets on Twitchy.)

Mother of US Muslim soldier hits back at Trump over speech silence

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Mother of US Muslim soldier hits back at Trump over speech silence

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Media captionDonald Trump speaking to ABC: "She was standing there, she had nothing to say"

The mother of a dead US Muslim soldier has hit back at presidential hopeful Donald Trump for questioning her silence during a speech by her husband.
Ghazala Khan said Mr Trump was ignorant about Islam and that he didn't know the meaning of the word sacrifice.
Her husband Khizr Khan attacked the Republican nominee in an emotional speech to the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.
Mr Trump later suggested Mrs Khan may not have been allowed to speak.
The couple's son, US Army Capt Humayun Khan, was killed by a car bomb in 2004 in Iraq at the age of 27.
In an opinion article for the Washington Post, Mrs Khan said her husband had asked her if she wanted to speak at the convention but she had been too upset.

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Media captionGhazala Khan: "All America felt my pain... please Mr Trump, feel that pain"

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Image caption Donald Trump has made a string of controversial remarks during his campaign
"Walking on to the convention stage, with a huge picture of my son behind me, I could hardly control myself. What mother could? Donald Trump has children whom he loves. Does he really need to wonder why I did not speak?" she wrote.
"When Donald Trump is talking about Islam, he is ignorant. If he studied the real Islam and Koran, all the ideas he gets from terrorists would change, because terrorism is a different religion."
She added: "Donald Trump said he has made a lot of sacrifices. He doesn't know what the word sacrifice means."
Mrs Khan said that although she did not speak, "all the world, all America, felt my pain".

Analysis by Anthony Zurcher, North America correspondent

There simply is no way for a politician to get into a war of words with the parents of a soldier who died a hero on the battlefield and not come off looking bad.
That didn't stop Donald Trump from making a very inelegant go of it.
By raising questions about why Ghazala Khan was silent as her husband spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, he essentially dared her to step forward.
She did.
Mr Trump has survived - even thrived - after controversial statements in the past and it's become clear that the New Yorker has a core of support that won't abandon him.
Now the nominees are entering the heat of the general election and Mr Trump needs to expand his base if he wants to win. Disputes like this will make that an extremely difficult task.

At the convention in Philadelphia, Pakistani-born Khizr Khan said his son would not even have been in America if it had been up to Mr Trump, who has called for a ban on Muslims entering the US.
Responding to the criticism, Mr Trump said in an interview with ABC's This Week: "If you look at his wife, she was standing there.
"She had nothing to say... Maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. You tell me."
His remarks brought criticism from both Democrats and Republicans.
Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine said it demonstrated Mr Trump's "temperamental unfitness".
"If you don't have any more sense of empathy than that, then I'm not sure you can learn it," he said.

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Media captionKhizr Khan: "You have sacrificed nothing - and no one!"
Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich, a former rival to Mr Trump for the nomination, tweeted: "There's only one way to talk about Gold Star parents [of fallen service personnel]: with honour and respect."
Khizr Khan said Mr Trump was "devoid of feeling the pain of a mother who has sacrificed her son".
"Shame on him. He has no decency, he has a dark heart," he said.
But Mr Trump rejected Mr Khan's criticism of him at the convention.
"While I feel deeply for the loss of his son, Mr Khan, who has never met me, has no right to stand in front of millions of people and claim I have never read the Constitution, (which is false) and say many other inaccurate things," he said.