From Tel Aviv to Ramallah With Love

April 10, 2016

Anyone who isn’t confused or conflicted on the topic of Israel probably isn’t looking into it too deeply. There are two distinctly, almost surreally different narratives in Israel and Palestine… and to a great extent, both are right and both are wrong. Both peoples have suffered greatly and both have legitimate grievances against the other. Holding that juxtaposition is itself a challenge. But things get even thornier when one adds to the mix the most essential fact of all: that neither the Israelis nor the Palestinians are going anywhere.

The us-versus-them paradigm articulated by both far right and far left on this issue does more to exacerbate than to solve the problem. And in their own ways, they’re both delusional. The extreme right sees Israel as all angel — all victim, no demon; while the extreme left sees the Palestinians in that same light. Such positions range from the intentionally false to the ridiculously naïve. Neither position feeds the angels of our better nature, so much as the jackals of anger that inhabit the landscape of all unthinking extremes.

Anyone seeking a real solution in Israel and Palestine rejects the us-versus-them mentality entirely. The solution to the problem is not on the level of land, but on the level of consciousness. The fundamental polarity in that region is not between Israelis and Palestinians, but between those who hate and those who love. Among both Israelis and Palestinians — people actually living with the problem on a daily basis, not just spouting off about it in swank hotel ballrooms or on college campuses — there are heroes who demonstrate the true fundamentals of peace-making: that any possibility of a sustainable future belongs to those who refuse, in their hearts, to reject anyone. What we need to reject is hatred itself.

The problem isn’t just that the situation is so crazy; the deeper problem is the crazies on both sides.

The extreme right is filled with those refusing to acknowledge a legitimate right to dignity and respect for the Palestinians, much less the legitimacy of their desire for a homeland for themselves. Certain facets of the extreme right in Israel are unquestionably as racist against Arabs as extreme Arabs are racist against the Jews. They display at times a profound mean-spiritedness — the willingness to grab land that does not belong to them, tolerate oppression, and put their own perceived needs before the needs of others in a way that is neither politically nor morally justifiable. One of the most tragic aspects of their position is that it counters every core Jewish value, thus making a mockery of the spiritual legitimacy of a Jewish State.

The extreme left in America, however, often refuses to acknowledge a legitimate right to dignity and respect for the Israelis. Many Americans parroting lines about “a more balanced approach in the Middle East” are promulgating the message, whether they’re conscious of it or not, “To hell with the Israelis; if they die, they die.” One wonders how some of them would react if Al Qaeda was amassed along our border with Canada — a legitimate analogy to the presence of Hamas in Gaza, by the way — building huge underground tunnels through which they could launch a military invasion of Seattle or Detroit. One can’t help but think many of them would be the first to panic, their cries of “Save us!” drowning out any pleas to make sure the response is proportionate. It’s not Israel’s fault that Hamas forces use human shields. And oh, did I tell you? Hamas and ISIL are bros now.

So what are we to do? Some of the most intelligent people have just thrown up their hands in despair, simply assuming at this point that the status quo will have to hold. But fortunately or unfortunately, the status quo never holds forever. What we have to do is rethink this. The biggest problem in the region is a mindset, and the only answer in the region is a new one. Only when we have a new mental filter will we have a new Middle East.

On a recent trip to Israel and Palestine, I was struck not by the hatred I saw but by the love I saw. I visited a school called Hand in Hand in an Arab village in Israel — one of seven throughout the country — where every classroom is headed by two teachers: one Jewish and one Arab. All Jewish students learn Arabic, and all Arab students learn Hebrew. They learn not only each other’s language, but also each other’s culture. Their families are involved in creating a community of inclusivity, an honor for each other’s differences combined with the cultivation of shared values. Hand in Hand teachers and school administrators are committed to providing the children with that most critical aspect of peace-building: genuine affection of the other, based on familiarity and understanding — especially during early childhood.

People such as those who created and maintain the Hand in Hand schools exist all over the Middle East. They are educators, businesspeople, politicians, journalists and more. While they aren’t the ones who grab headlines in Europe or America, in both Israel and Palestine there are smart, intelligent, deeply humanistic, ready-to-do-things-differently, tired-of-all-the-fighting, know-we-have-to-compromise-so-let’s-just-figure-out-a-way-to-do-it, wanting-a-better-future-for-their-kids-just-like-we-do, wonderful human beings who don’t need any of us to support their attitudes of anger or victimization.

It’s often not people who are the problem — it’s governments that are the problem. No, we shouldn’t always agree with Benjamin Netanyahu, but neither should we kid ourselves about the deep corruption of the Palestinian Authority or the terrorist threat of Hamas.

The real partners for peace are everyday citizens — Palestinians and Israelis who represent a survivable and sustainable future, not only for their children but also for all humanity. They are those who can listen to the righteous pleas of the other, who can genuinely acknowledge the pain of the other, and can recognize the legitimate aspirations of the other.

They meet in a field of consciousness beyond the past, and beyond guilt. “Out beyond all ideas of good and bad, right and wrong, there is a field. I’ll meet you there,” wrote Rumi. And that is not just poetry. It is a description of the only place where we can meet. Those in both Israel and Palestine who are preparing that field – day after day, despite the rejection of a world that does not understand – are the true deliverers from the insanity of our times. They know the only survivable future for their children is in a land that’s called Forgiveness.

I have no further listening for the naïve and simplistic voices on either side of this argument. Only those who honor equally the aspirations of both Arab and Jew deserve credence, and the newly minted pro-Palestinian/anti-Israel stance so in vogue on the Left these days is no less imbalanced than the previously accepted pro-Israel/anti-Palestinian position it seeks to replace. Hate is hate, and it ultimately serves no one. No mother’s son is more precious than any other mother’s son. No people have more of a right than any other to a homeland. And in both Israel and Palestine, there are enough people in both places who know that. Let’s support them.

As it says in A Course in Miracles, “The holiest spot on earth is where an ancient hatred has become a present love.” I felt that holiness in both Tel Aviv and Ramallah. I saw it in the eyes and heard it in the words and felt it in the handshakes of the people I met in both Israel and Palestine.

Those who don’t understand this conversation have little to offer at this point; those who do understand it, need to start thinking about this issue and engaging it more forcefully. Politics as usual doesn’t even begin to provide a context for any real solution, because the biggest problem is inside our hearts. The last thing we need is more people pointing their fingers at either side; the greatest enemy is that pointed finger.

The struggle between Israelis and Palestinians is a perfect reflection of the struggle between fear and forgiveness that rages within us all. A spiritual perspective doesn’t choose sides in this battle, but rather hovers above the battlefield. For only there does the battle end. The relationship between Israelis and Palestinians lays bare every wound and every yearning of the human heart, encapsulating both the tragedy of our humanity and also the potential for our redemption. The search for the Holy Land is above all else an internal journey. We shouldn’t expect it to be sweet all the time; just expect it to be real.

 

From the LA Times: How Marianne Williamson Advocates For Mindful Activism

January 30, 2016

In this election season, a yoga studio is encouraging patrons to get off the mat and into citizen activism. On Saturday, Wanderlust Hollywood is hosting “Mindful America: Creating a Mindful Policy For a Healthy, Prosperous America.”

The six experts on the panel will pose answers to a provocative question: How can the personal practices of mindful living — living sustainably, buying organically and cultivating personal spirituality — be applied to public issues such as healthcare, energy and incarceration?
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WE THE PEOPLE CONVENTION FEB 5-7 | New Hampshire

Citizens Uniting to Get Money Out of Politics. February 5-7 | Manchester, NH

Dear Friends,

During the past few decades, huge portions of the financial resources in the United States have been siphoned off into the hands of a very few. This imbalance amounts to a direct threat to our democracy, for in the words of the late Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, “You can have large amounts of money concentrated in the hands of a very few, or you can have democracy. You cannot have both.”

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This economic injustice did not come about by accident. Rather, it was created year after year, one piece of legislation after another, turning our government, for all practical purposes, into little more than a handmaiden to huge moneyed forces. Time and time again, the short-term economic interests of entities such as defense contractors, fossil fuel companies, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, and big banks are placed before the health and well-being of the American people. In many ways, Wall Street has become more powerful than our government

Due to nefarious Supreme Court decisions such as Citizens United, this corruption is now legal! Money is able to exert a huge and unfair influence over the functioning of our politics, turning the U.S. government into a system of legalized bribery. Our government has increasingly abdicated its role as protector of the “common good” in favor of multi-million dollar campaign contributions from PACs and Super PACS, and none of this will stop unless we, the people, stop it. Our government now functions, for all practical purposes, not as a democracy but as a plutocracy. And it is up to the people of the United States to fix this.

Every generation of Americans is a steward of our democracy, each facing its own struggles to redirect the course of our nation when necessary. From the abolition of slavery to Women’s Suffrage, from the Civil Rights movement to marriage equality, we are heirs to a great tradition of Americans who did whatever they needed to put America on the track of liberty and justice – when in fact we were not.

Now, it is our turn. We must get the money out of politics. This problem is a cancer underlying most of the other problems we face as a nation, and dealing with it – and dealing with it now – is the great moral challenge of our generation.

For three days in early February, our movement is going to take center stage in the New Hampshire primary campaign. Just days before the first primary votes will be cast – and during the Republican presidential candidates’ debate in New Hampshire – hundreds of activists are gathering in Manchester for NH Rebellion’s We the People Convention. I am excited to join with artists and academics, faith leaders and performers, and scores of people from across the political spectrum who are working so hard to change our country’s path. Even the presidential candidates will attend.

Click here to find out more about the We the People Convention and RSVP if you can attend.

Please do not underestimate the power that you, as an individual, hold to put America back on the track to full democracy, liberty and justice for all. It won’t happen unless we make it happen.

I hope I’ll see you there!

Marianne Williamson

PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR

Dear God,

May my life be of use to You this year.

May my talents and intelligence 

help heal the world.

May I remember how much I have

by remembering how much I have to give.

May I not be tempted by smaller things

but serve my larger mission of forgiveness and love.

Thus shall I be lifted, God,

and know joy this coming year and beyond.

Bless me and work through me 

to bless the entire world.

Amen

CHRISTMAS FOR MYSTICS

The holidays are only holy if we make them so.

Otherwise, the assault of modernity — from crass consumerism to a 24-hour news cycle to the compulsivity of the wired world — wrecks whatever we have left of our nervous systems, making the true spiritual meaning of Christmas seem as distant as the furthest star. It’s only when we consciously carve out a space for the holy — in our heads, our hearts and our lifestyles — that the deeper mysteries of the season can reveal themselves.

The holidays are a time of spiritual preparation, if we allow them to be. We’re preparing for the birth of our possible selves, the event with which we have been psychologically pregnant all our lives. And the labor doesn’t happen in our fancy places; there is never “room in the Inn,” or room in the intellect, for the birth of our authentic selves. That happens in the manger of our most humble places, with lots of angels, i.e. Thoughts of God, all around.

Something happens in that quiet place, where we’re simply alone and listening to nothing but our hearts. It’s not loneliness, that aloneness. It’s rather the solitude of the soul, where we are grounded more deeply in our own internal depths. Then, having connected more deeply to God, we’re able to connect more deeply with each other. Our connection to the divine unlocks our connection to the universe.

According to the mystical tradition, Christ is born into the world through each of us. As we open our hearts, he is born into the world. As we choose to forgive, he is born into the world. As we rise to the occasion, he is born into the world. As we make our hearts true conduits for love, and our minds true conduits for higher thoughts, then absolutely a divine birth takes place. Who we’re capable of being emerges into the world, and weaknesses of the former self begin to fade. Thus are the spiritual mysteries of the universe, the constant process of dying to who we used to be as we actualize our divine potential.

We make moment-by-moment decisions what kind of people to be — whether to be someone who blesses, or who blames; someone who obsesses about past and future, or who dwells fully in the present; someone who whines about problems, or who creates solutions. It’s always our choice what attitudinal ground to stand on: the emotional quicksand of negative thinking, or the airstrip of spiritual flight.

Such choices are made in every moment, consciously or unconsciously, throughout the year. But this is the season when we consider the possibility that we could achieve a higher state of consciousness, not just sometimes but all the time. We consider that there has been one — and the mystical tradition says there have also been others — who so embodied his own divine spark that he is now as an elder brother to us, assigned the task of helping the rest of us do the same. According to A Course in Miracles, he doesn’t have anything we don’t have; he simply doesn’t have anything else. He is in a state that is still potential in the rest of us. The image of Jesus has been so perverted, so twisted by institutions claiming to represent him. As it’s stated in the Course, “Some bitter idols have been made of him who came only to be brother to the world.” But beyond the mythmaking, doctrine and dogma, he is a magnificent spiritual force. And one doesn’t have to be Christian to appreciate that fact, or to fall on our knees with praise and thanks at the realization of its meaning. Jesus gives to Christmas its spiritual intensity, hidden behind the ego’s lure into all the wild and cacophonous sounds of the season. Beyond the nativity scenes, beyond the doctrinal hoopla, lies one important thing: the hope that we might yet become, while still on this earth, who we truly are. 

Then we, and the entire world, will know peace.

AMERICA, ISIL, AND THE POWER OF ATONEMENT

11/16/2015

Like the 9/11 attacks on the United States, last Friday’s tragedy in Paris has changed the world. As on that awful day almost fourteen years ago, nothing will ever again be quite the same. But unlike on that day, we are far more aware now of what’s going on, who is behind the attacks, and what their ultimate intentions are.

We are spiritual beings having a human experience. The mortal plane itself, in the words of Buddha as well as A Course in Miracles, is not what it appears to be; the three-dimensional realm is but a mere veil of illusion obscuring a truer truth behind it. But metaphysical principle is not meant to distract us from our mission of transforming the world; it’s a tool to guide and aid us in transforming the world. As spiritual seekers, our job is not to deny the horror of what happened in Paris this week, except in a positive sense: we are to deny its ultimate power before the love of God.

Spiritual seekers should not be infantilized, fuzzy-brained, naive observers merely standing on the sidelines with nothing to contribute but loving hashtags while the world community faces an unprecedented crisis. Quite the opposite, we should be major factors in healing the crisis. Understanding the spiritual dimensions of the problem, we can contribute to the spiritual dimensions of its solution. Given that any reasonable person can recognize the absolute inadequacy of purely rationalistic thinking to strategize a genuine solution to the problem of ISIL and the Islamist fundamentalist jihad, spiritual insight is not only essential – it is pivotal – to providing an answer to the problem.

According to A Course in Miracles, “there is no order of difficulty in miracles.” There is no worldly problem too big or too complicated for Spirit to solve, because the effects of love are maximal. While the problems of the world can be extremely complicated, the miracle represents a divine intercession from a thought system beyond our own, and is absolute in its power. Love takes precedence over the illusions of the world. Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love.

According to A Course in Miracles, “prayer is the medium of miracles.” In praying for a miracle, we are praying for a shift in our own thinking. Praying for a shift in consciousness, we are praying for breakthroughs that cannot be accomplished by the mortal mind alone. By placing the seemingly intractable situation of ISIL’s declared war against us in the hands of God, we are asking that our thoughts about the situation be guided from fear to love. Since the Law of Cause and Effect is the building block of the universe, as our thinking (cause) is shifted, then our experience (effect) will shift automatically. What is placed on the altar is then altered.

A Course in Miracles says that “miracles are everyone’s right, but purification is necessary first.” The most powerful thing we can do as Americans right now is to purify our hearts. And that is not just words; it means taking a brutally honest look at ourselves. We cannot just bring light to the darkness; we must bring our darkness to the light. God Himself will not intercede between our thinking and its effects. There is no returning to God without atoning for our thoughts that were not of Him.

America, we have some atoning to do. We didn’t cause all of what’s happening now with ISIL, but our part in creating this disaster is enormous.

We can atone in our hearts for the part that our own country played, through deeply misguided foreign policy, in destabilizing the Middle East. We can atone in our hearts for the huge amount of suffering and death caused by attacking a country that had not attacked us, our own Security agencies having expressed doubts at the time about the veracity of claims that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. We can atone for having so casually gone along with a thinly veiled propaganda campaign, waged by our own government and practically unquestioned by the American press, surrendering so easily to the war fever then taking hold of the American mind. On behalf of our country, we can atone for the sin of an astonishing arrogance, shallow thinking on almost all our parts about something as deeply serious as war, and our almost unquestioning assent to the use of violence against those who had done no violence to us.

God is merciful, but He is not mocked. Only in atoning for our errors are we released from their karmic consequence. Until then, there are no guns, no bombs, no worldly force whatsoever that can save us from the effects of our own thoughts and actions. Abraham Lincoln’s words in declaring a National Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer in 1864 reach across the ages to us today in 2015. Don’t let the old-fashioned language fool you.

“… It is the duty of nations as well as of men, to own their dependence upon the overruling power of God, to confess their sins and transgressions, in humble sorrow, yet with assured hope that genuine repentance will lead to mercy and pardon; and to recognize the sublime truth, announced in the Holy Scriptures and proven by all history, that those nations only are blessed whose God is the Lord.

… We have been the recipients of the choicest bounties of Heaven. We have been preserved, these many years, in peace and prosperity. We have grown in numbers, wealth and power, as no other nation has ever grown. But we have forgotten God. We have forgotten the gracious hand which preserved us in peace, and multiplied and enriched and strengthened us; and we have vainly imagined, in the deceitfulness of our hearts, that all these blessings were produced by some superior wisdom and virtue of our own. Intoxicated with unbroken success, we have become too self-sufficient to feel the necessity of redeeming and preserving grace, too proud to pray to the God that made us!

It behooves us then, to humble ourselves before the offended Power, to confess our national sins, and to pray for clemency and forgiveness.”

How can we ask God to save us from violence now, when we have countenanced so much of it done so irresponsibly in our name? The Invasion of Iraq unleashed a storm in the Middle East that has done inestimable damage. It has caused and continues to cause immeasurable suffering. It has maimed and killed thousands of our own brave servicemen, and maimed and killed thousands of more people from another part of the world. Until we understand this, allow ourselves to truly feel the horror of it and humbly ask for forgiveness, then there will be no miracle. For only when we re-align ourselves with God will miracles occur.

Recognizing this is hardly naïve. Quite the opposite: what’s naïve is to believe that anything less will change the deeper trajectory by which America is now reaping some horrible seeds that we ourselves have sowed.

Something else that’s naïve, however, is to doubt for a moment the murderous intent of those who have now declared war upon what they call the “infidels.” The infidels, according to them, are not only Western nations but also any Muslims who do not follow the dictates of Islam as they define them. In A Course in Miracles, it says that anger is not justified; but it does not say military action is not justified. Spiritual seekers are not inherently pacifists. Each and every one of us must decide for ourselves, according to the dictates of our own conscience, whether or not to support military action against ISIL, and if so, what. Yet until we have atoned in our hearts for our almost casual acquiescence to an immoral war, we will not be able to hear God’s guidance regarding whether or not war at this point is correct action or not. I do not believe it was immoral to stop Hitler; I believe it would have been immoral not to. But no one – no governmental leader, no general, and no politician — really knows what to do about ISIL now. Only God knows. And He will speak into our ears once we have spoken from our hearts, and preferably on our knees, to Him.

A PRAYER FOR PARIS

11/13/2015

Dear God,
Please send Your angels to the city of Paris.
Pour forth Your love upon all her people.
Bless those who suffer and those who died.
Work miracles in Paris, dear God,
and everywhere.
Amen

Dear Friends,

With ISIL having claimed responsibility for the attacks, the world has entered into a full state of global crisis. Nothing will ever again be the same for our generation.

The question before us now — as seekers, as global citizens, as lovers of the world — is not just what do we need to do, but who do we need to be in order to do it? We have before us a challenge that only the most evolved civilization can meet effectively, calling each of us to fast, to meditate, to pray, to do whatever it is we need to do to ready ourselves, to purify ourselves, and surrender ourselves fully to the task at hand.

Each of us will be assigned our part, how we ourselves can help uplift the energy and prepare the ground, heal broken hearts and work the miracles that will bring down the Light that disperses darkness. And darkness, in time, will be no more.

To our friends in France, to each other, and for the sake of our grandchildren not yet born, let us send our love and salute the God within us all.

With the bruised heart that all of us feel today, and all the love that flows from it,

Marianne

THE ONLY THING MORE POWERFUL THAN HATE GONE VIRAL IS LOVE GONE VIRAL

11/14/2015

David didn’t defeat Goliath by normal means; he defeated him by hitting him in the Third Eye. Goliath has one Achilles’ heel, and that is that he has no conscience. The only thing more powerful than hate gone viral is love gone viral, and that is what we must make happen now. The problem we face cannot be healed by normal allopathic means. This is not an operable cancer that we are dealing with; simply suppressing and eradicating symptoms will not be enough to heal the sickness. What we are dealing with is a cancer that has already metastasized, and we need an holistic, integrative approach to deal with it. Think of yourself, in your own life, as an immune cell in the body of humanity. Every thought you think, every prayer you pray, every time you meditate, think of yourself as pouring forth into the body politic the medicine that will heal the world.

MIRACLES OCCUR NATURALLY AS EXPRESSIONS OF LOVE

11/15/2015

Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love. Their effects are maximal. They work within a quantum realm beyond the normal confines of time and space. They affect situations the rational mind cannot comprehend, affecting situations we will never know about. They represent a divine intercession from a thought system beyond our own, carrying with them the power to dissolve and dismantle that which is not love.

As I watched news of the events in Paris, I began to cry. I realized that while in the state of my despair, completely powerless before my tears, my heart felt softened and expanded somehow. I remembered the line “that every problem comes bearing its own solution.” Our global cry fest is leading us somewhere. It’s opening us up to who we need to be now.

How many of us have been fortunate enough to fall in love in Paris, and now it’s inviting us to fall in love again. It took the hit that would pierce all our hearts, so all of us would remember that love is all there is. In that remembrance lies our power to work miracles, and those miracles will save the world.

AMERICAN REVOLUTION 2.0

September 26, 2015
The second American Revolution has begun. This one didn’t start with bullets, thank God. There was and is no Lexington and Concord. This is a revolution of the mind. It has been stirring within the consciousness of Americans for years, as we’ve slowly awakened to the chronic and systematic dismantling of the democratic foundations without which we are no longer anything even approaching who we say we are.

Revolutions are not easy. Old systems do not fold willingly, particularly when they control gargantuan amounts of wealth and power. But like empires of old — from the Romans to the Hapsburgs to the colonial British — even the largest do fall. And there is no question but that these are revolutionary times in America; the empire is already lumbering under the weight of its own false power. The question before us now is whether or not this shall be a peaceful revolution. For many people around the world and even to some extent at home, the empire is already a deliverer of much internal and external violence — from unwarranted invasions internationally to income inequality and mass incarceration at home.

No further evidence need be gathered. The decisive moment is here, and the future is ours to decide. In the words of John F Kennedy: “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.” Now, in our day, his line is best updated: those who do not commit fully to peaceful revolution make violent revolution inevitable, by surrendering our power to the forces of chaos and acquiescing to the demands of a cushy though now legally corrupt political establishment.

The run-up to the revolution is over; there is no further grace period during which we can afford the luxury of standing on the sidelines. This year — not next year or the year after that — each and every one of us is called upon to put aside the unimportant and get about the work at hand. We will save American democracy now, or it will fall into the dustbin of history. Empires always have the hubris to think they are indestructible, when in fact they are always unsustainable.

Politically, Bernie Sanders is the only Presidential candidate who articulates the foundational principles of the new revolution. We are at a point in our history where such a voice as his would arise, and where a voice such as his could gain the kind of momentum it has. It remains to be seen, however, whether we have arrived at a point where Americans are willing to do what it takes — repudiating the institutional forces that will oppose him with all its might — to send Sanders to the White House. Whether or not we do so will indicate whether or not we are prepared to wage the political revolution in the absence of which the most beautiful aspects of who we are as a nation will whither away and die.

The main obstructions to the second American Revolution, as well as to Sanders winning the Presidency, are not external but internal. They are the thoughts that anyone is inherently unelectable, the Establishment knows what it’s doing, you can’t beat the system, and it’s all sewn up so we may as well not even try. If we’re not careful, we will be defeated by our own failure of imagination. And as Americans, we should specialize in imagination. There was a time when George Washington would have been deemed unelectable, and George III would have been deemed unbeatable. The American mind has gotten soft in many ways, and it’s time to muscle up. When Thomas Paine said “we have it in our power to begin the world over again,” he got that right. We should listen to him now. Some of the greatest guides to the new American Revolution are the people who articulated the first one. They understood the concept that enough is enough. As their revolutionary heirs, so should we.

Such are the times in which we live. The hour is at hand. Game on.

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