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Why Trump Is A Rothschild Tool

Donald Trump’s true role in global events is becoming rapidly apparent, and it’s not what he’s been telling the American people….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

The moving of the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al Quds on Monday was marked by Israeli Defense Forces killing more than 60 unarmed Palestinian protestors.  It should have surprised no one that, despite the convening of a UN Security Council meeting to discuss the genocide, the US government said nothing to condemn the Israeli slaughter.  UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said,  “No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has.”

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I will be back next week. Here’s a guest post for you. Enjoy!

Today’s guest column is from David Allan of CNN. Weekly commentary will return next week.
Which side of ourselves will prevail?

By © David G. Allan, CNN; November 16, 2016

Story highlights

  • Every day, we have the opportunity to embrace a darker path or to act in a helpful and hopeful way
  • Anger is often triggered by other emotions such as fear, rejection or desperation

This essay is part of a column called The Wisdom Project by David Allan, editorial director of CNN Health and Wellness. The series is on applying to one’s life the wisdom and philosophy found everywhere, from ancient texts to pop culture. Don’t miss another Wisdom Project column; subscribe here.

 

(CNN) “A fight is going on inside me,” said an old man to his grandson. “It is a terrible fight, and it is between two wolves, one good and one bad”. So goes a version of a traditional Cherokee legend (or a modern Billy Graham story).

The first wolf embodies emotions and vices such as hate, greed, arrogance, dishonesty, anger, false pride, superiority and ego. The other wolf represents values and virtues such as peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, empathy, generosity, truth and compassion.

The grandson considers the metaphoric battle and asks, “Which wolf will win?”

The grandfather answers, “The one you feed.”

 

This struggle is ours. Every day, we have the opportunity to embrace a darker path or to act in a more helpful and hopeful way.

The same struggle is sometimes evident in entire nations, which can be deeply divided along a number of overlapping fault lines: political, socioeconomic, racial, gender.

This story holds a mirror up to ourselves, individually and collectively. And we should take a long look in it. If we’re honest about the struggle and understand it more, we can begin feeding one wolf over the other.

 

Starve one wolf

The feeling of anger or the impulse of greed is often triggered by other emotions such as fear, rejection or desperation. Often, we’re not even aware that secondary emotions like anger have a deeper root cause. “Fear is the path to the dark side,” Yoda explains in one of the “Star Wars” films. “Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.”

The first step in managing your emotions is simply being more aware of them. Ask yourself what triggers them. Look at your life experience for clues to how you react.

And of course, in some circumstances, anger and even hate are justified, perhaps useful. We should be angry at disparity. We should hate injustice.

 

But whether an emotion is justified or not, negative emotions often lead to negative actions. If you take a primary feeling like fear or uncertainty and avoid turning that into hate, you are less likely to act in a hateful way. Embrace the feelings, but guide them toward the good.

“I can’t choose how I feel, but I can choose what I do about it,” explained the late Andy Rooney, the Yoda of television news magazines.

You are also in control of your social and media influences. If you are barraged with messages of hate and bitterness, they will more easily impinge on your self-control. It’s important to stay informed, but be wary of listening to those who are in the business of feeding angry wolves.

 

Feed the other wolf

 

Staying in a positive and empathetic head-space is challenging, especially in times of stress, but again, being mindful of your emotions is vital.

And just as hatred and closed-mindedness can eventually lead to acts of violence, love often leads to acts of peace and kindness.

Committing ourselves to sustaining such action is the way to personal and institutional progress. Seek out and employ strategies to staying committed to something over time, whether it’s the repetition-and-reward of a new habit or the tracking of a New Year’s resolution.

 

What feeding the good wolf looks like, practically, can include these actions:

Send a positive message. Whether it’s on your Facebook feed or in conversations, communicate the good, the hope, the love.

Get involved. Give money or time, as you can, to a cause or effort that will use it to amplify positive change. It doesn’t need to be political, either; it could be supporting public media or improving the environment or literacy, or an organization supporting folks who need financial help or are sick.

Share love. Make a list of 12 people in your life and check them off as you express in a conversation, email or letter how important they are to you.

Listen. We all need to be heard. Take a little more time and really give your attention to others. Listening is love, and it naturally creates bonds of empathy and support.

Help someone you know. Identify one person among your friends and family who is particularly struggling, and understand more about what they need and how you can help.

Be kind to strangers. Kindness is contagious, a fact backed by real science. Be a patient zero to everyone you come across.

Add to this list, and share. Come up with more things you can do to increase the total amount of goodness and positivism in the world, do some of those things and share those ideas with others.

 

We can fix everything that’s wrong with us by what’s right with us. And to crib another presidential campaign line, we are the change we’ve been waiting for.

 

Don’t miss another Wisdom Project column by subscribing here.

This call to action is echoed by a lyric in the song “Man in the Mirror,” by Michael Jackson, who arguably struggled with his own inner wolves. “If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself, and then make a change.”

 

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Smart Phones Make Dumb People

A little word about technology from someone who knows more than myself….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

This morning our yard was abuzz with a chorus of songbirds.  Summer tanagers, vireos, orioles, indigo buntings, goldfinches and cardinals had joined the resident bluebirds, woodpeckers, Virginia creepers, nuthatches, titmice and sapsuckers to complete the ensemble.

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British Intelligence Behind “Russiagate”

If you’ve been wanting to know the real inside story regarding ‘Russiagate’ and the “Trump investigation”, this explains it all in just five minutes…..

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

When President Donald Trump said in March 2017 that GCHQ  (Government Communications Headquarters) was monitoring Trump Tower, he was right.  The initial claim, made on Fox & Friends by senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, was ridiculed by Establishment media and Fox soon backed away from the story.

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Crown Bulldog Attacks Syria

the real story behind the UK-led Syria attacks….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

“Do you want to bomb this country back to the stone age?  A country which was one of the most developed in the Middle East just a few years ago.  We notice the United States refuses to help rebuild the areas where fighting has ended.”

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Slay The “Free Trade” Monster

More reasons to join the resistance…..

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

Yesterday President Trump threatened to triple the value of Chinese goods subject to tariffs to $100 billion in response to Chinese retaliation to his earlier moves.  The DOW dropped another 572 points.  In January I called a market top and laid the coming crash at the feet of Trump’s refreshing new trade policy. (https://hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/stock-market-begins-nose-dive/).

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The Rothschilds’ March To WWIII

here’s what’s really going on behind the ‘Russiagate’ scenes….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

Just as BCCI-cover-up point-man Robert Mueller’s (https://hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com/2017/11/01/dnc-fraud-against-sanders-robert-mueller-bcci/) phony Russiagate investigation fizzled, the Rothschild’s MI6 servants cooked up an even more effective propaganda tool with which to attack Russia.(https://hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/russian-deaths-an-mi6-false-flag/)

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Russian Deaths An MI6 False Flag

meanwhile, over in England, the plot thickens….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said today that Russia will respond regarding the alleged poisoning of 66-year-old ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia only after an official request from the British government.

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Russian Patience Running Out

The proxy war in Syria continues to escalate as a confrontation looms between Russia and the US….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

Yesterday Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told the UN Security Council that despite a ceasefire and the establishment of humanitarian corridors by the Syrian & Russian governments, Western-backed rebels in the Eastern Ghouta  suburbs, “still continue shelling Damascus, blocking aid deliveries and the evacuation of those wishing to leave.  Now, it is the turn for the militants and their sponsors to act.”

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City Of London’s White Helmets Exposed In Syria

This is all a part of the descent of the West and the ascent of the East. The American century is over, and the Asian century has begun….

Left Hook by Dean Henderson

In the past couple of weeks there have been a series of provocations by the City of London bankers in response to the defeat of their ISIS and Jabat Al-Nusra mercenaries in both Iraq & Syria. 

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