Something A Bit Different for January 1, 2018

I thought I’d begin 2018 with something a little bit different. As you all know I like to write; sometimes I succeed in writing something that catches people’s attention, while other times the things I write go virtually unnoticed. Whichever occurs, I am often told that I’m pretty darned smart. I’m no smarter than anyone else; in fact I feel that I’m quite the ignoramus compared to a few people I know.

I despise Alexander Hamilton; more than people could ever realize. I truly believe that had he not been around during the founding of our country we might not be in such bad shape now. Yet he did say one thing that I have to give him credit for, that being, “Men give me credit for some genius. All the genius I have is this. When I have a subject in mind I study it profoundly. Day and night it is before me. My mind becomes pervaded with it… the effort which I have made is what people are pleased to call the fruit of genius. It is the fruit of labor and thought.”

That’s the case with me. I am no smarter than anyone else, I just care more about studying things that are of importance than most others do; therefore I devote a great deal of time to reading books and documents about the history and founding of our country. Yet that said, I couldn’t have gotten to where I am today without some help; some guidance. Therefore I would like to take a few moments to begin 2018 by thanking a few people who helped me on my journey towards where I am today.

I suppose the first person on my list would be Jim Schwiesow, a former law enforcement officer who wrote articles for News With Views. Jim took me under his wing and helped me along in the early stages of my writings, and for that I want to thank him.

Then, although he doesn’t even realize it, another News With Views writer, Steven Yates opened my eyes immensely with his 7 part series entitled The Real Matrix. I encourage anyone who wants to know who the ‘shadow government’ is to seek out and read the aforementioned series.

I would also like to thank Aaron Russo for his amazing film, From Freedom to Fascism; which exposed me to the fraud that is the income tax; as well as a whole host of other things I was completely unaware of at the time.

Next on my list is a dear friend who has since passed away; Dianne Goucheff. Dianne was a 78 yr old retired English teacher and she helped me improve my pathetic use of grammar. Had I not met Dianne I’d still be spitting out articles that were as incomprehensible as the scribblings of a 3rd grader.

Then there is Jeff Bennett, who runs numerous websites, of which his Federal Observer carries many of my rambling rants; although I do produce too many of them for him to post all of them.

Then there is Luther Lunchbucket. I never learned Luther’s real name; he always wrote under a pseudonym, but he also gave me gentle prods and suggestions when I began delving into areas that were unimportant or trivial in nature. Luther has also long since passed away, and I will miss his humorous and helpful hints.

Which leads me to my final thank you, which goes out to Michael Gaddy. I don’t know if any of you have ever read any of the rants Mike posted at the Rebel Madman, but if you want to get an education, I suggest you go there and read through some of them.

Mike has more knowledge packed into his skull than anyone I’ve ever met, and he has helped with suggested reference books and other valuable assets to further my own education. Just this morning I jokingly told him I’d like to plug a flash drive into his skull and download all his knowledge.

I read books and I search webpages; Mike has gone to the Library of Congress and many State archives. His help, particularly in straightening me out as to the truth about our ‘Civil War’ has been invaluable.

They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. I took that first step almost two decade ago; and I’ve met some amazing and very knowledgeable people along the way. It is my sincerest hope that in 2018 those of you reading this will take it upon yourselves to free yourselves from the lies you have been taught and seek out the truth for yourselves.

They also say that a person only truly appreciates that which they’ve had to earn themselves; if things are handed to them they are far less likely to be respected. Therefore, I truly hope that with 2018 people begin to take that first step on their own and seek to free themselves from the lies that have blinded them to the truth.

I will still continue to write, and I will be here to guide you along as others before have guided me along. But for us to win this battle against the evil that has corrupted our government, we must all seek out the truth for ourselves.
May you begin 2018 with that first step is my fervent prayer…

About Br'er Rabbit

I'm just one person out of millions of others. The only thing different about me is that I don't walk around with my head up my ass.
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One Response to Something A Bit Different for January 1, 2018

  1. Larry Cooper says:

    Neal,
    To say that you like to write is a gross understatement.
    Your keyboard is as worn as a “hooker on dollar day” … Can’t imagine how you find the time to generate so many articles. I have a pretty substantial backlog of your writings in my e-mail. Just a pity that you don’t have broader exposure, though I suspect you would be banned.

    People don’t want to hear or accept the truth. To prove that point, have a conversation with a liberal. The extent of their ignorance and reluctance to face the truth is beyond logic. These people are totally “indoctrinated” into the system that has come to pervade all aspects of our society. Liberal academia, liberal media, liberal government have come to infect nearly every bit of information being disseminated to the public. To attempt to combat such a “machine” in limited forum is all but futile expenditure of effort.
    We face an uphill battle without any doubt. I see glimmers of hope on occasion in the thoughts and comments of my younger family members. They are beginning to “awaken” to some of the bullshit we see and hear almost constantly today. Will it be enough and in time to affect real change? That remains to be seen. We must continue to educate and support them.
    There are those of us out here that hear you Neal … Hopefully that number can grow.
    You are doing valued work with that well worn keyboard.
    Wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year fellow patriot.

    God Bless,
    Larry Cooper

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