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after the current chaos

friday, october 28th, 2020

False narratives control many of us. There are myriad reasons why our country finds itself a shell of what we once were. It did not happen overnight, or by accident.

[FULL TITLE: "What Comes After the Current Chaos?"].

While we talk about causation a lot, it is the consequences and fallout from making bad choices that will find you, regardless of your political persuasion, race, where you came from, or even your social standing. No one will escape what’s coming unscathed unless we find our footing and take back our lives and our country through any means necessary. [JS: Race, class & gender don't matter, here.] Most people don't have trouble seeing what's right and what's wrong; doing it is sometimes complicated, but knowing what's right usually isn't so hard.

Returning to who we were will be hard. But not making the effort guarantees failure on a monumental scale. Likely worse than World Wars, worse than any pandemic, and worse than any social privation we’ve ever experienced... if we cop out. When the last strut holding us up gets kicked out, an entirely new world of hurt will quickly become almost everyone’s experience.

We must prevent that from happening. We can, and we must, but not the way you might think. When you watch or listen to the “real” news, you hear political and societal wildfires breaking out everywhere, all at once:

In Europe today, people are chopping wood to stay warm this winter as they did hundreds of years ago because the cost of energy is breathtakingly high. Are we next? Judges, drunk with Covid power, are forcing jurors to wear masks, even in the absence of any mandates to do so. Jail for non-compliance! Climate Change warriors throw soup on van Gogh’s masterpiece ‘Sunflowers’ painting to protest the use of oil paint!

Such signs are everywhere and contribute greatly to our society splintering. Allan’s Rule Number 14 is at work here: “Dumb people can be convinced of anything.” Acceptance of outrageous thinking and behavior is on us.

Four factors are relevant:

• The effect of chaos in our country.
• Our personal inability to discern reality.
• America’s role in the world.
• What keeps us from coming together as countrymen?

Our first item “Chaos” is a root cause issue. Socialists, Communists, Leftists, Nihilists, Provocateurs, et all, depend on a state of chaos to be able to go about their work unimpeded. Only by using the distractions they create can they keep the spotlight off them long enough to place that next wrench in the machinery of our lives. These influence groups probably imagine a seminal moment when hordes of people will take to the street and, in one fell swoop, depose the establishment as France did with the storming of the Bastille. Or, as in Russia, with the October Revolution that saw the Bolsheviks consolidate their power to birth the Soviet Union.

Mostly, though, chaos is the cover that sees incremental rather than revolutionary change. Incremental change, accomplished under the banner of chaos, is never well thought out and doesn’t stand up to intellectual scrutiny. There is no gray area. Things are, or they are not. Life is indeed binary – zeroes and ones, right and wrong, true or false, black and white. That gray area is why our society is crumbling around us – too many people simply can't see beyond the gray.

The second factor is the inability of too many of us to discern reality from fiction. You wouldn’t think so many people on opposite sides of an issue could somehow agree on the tactics of confusion, but they have. Let’s try and break this down a bit. Democrats and Republicans (just to name two opposing groups) disagree on almost everything; this you know. But, when you examine their messaging, their individual talking heads who go on Sunday morning shows, and their competing focus group messaging and rhetoric, something strange happens. Each makes the points that speak most loudly to their constituencies, not the persuadable other side you would think that they covet. Even political debates are frequently not persuasive around the margins.

All the aforementioned groups and others decided that their messaging would, in itself, be divisive and not inclusive. Previously, I didn’t understand why. A clue came to me when I remembered Mao’s hatred of intellectuals, whom he killed by the tens of thousands. We see the CCP’s continued hatred of intellectuals to this day. The Communist parties of China, Russia, Cuba, our school boards, and now the Left among others all fear getting off message. Why? It’s sort of like a nod to George Orwell’s Animal Farm with the refrain “Four Legs Good, two Legs Bad.” Consistent and broad-based messaging is difficult unless you keep it simple and enforce message discipline. Virtually all sides don’t trust their own people to freelance messaging, and therefore place a premium to “stay on message.”

Item three considers the hotly debated role of America’s place in the world. We seem to be about as evenly split as ever with half the people not caring a whit about what’s happening elsewhere and the other half intensely glued to their television set, iPad, or mobile device absorbing every nugget that supports their view, whether informed or not! The US has become a place where talentless entertainers, treasonous politicians, porn performers, criminal pro-athletes, liberal idiots/morons/traitors and lying journalists, are sadly-mistaken for people of importance.

I’m a believer in the Butterfly Effect. That is defined by Merriam-Webster as "a property of chaotic systems (such as the atmosphere) by which small changes in initial conditions can lead to large-scale and unpredictable variation in the future state of the system". The system I am most concerned with is our world. I believe it is impossible to ignore world events and not to project what they may ultimately mean for us. To ignore the world inevitably leads to having to face future threats at a disadvantage. Such behavior is ultimately self-destructive.

The simple answer to our fourth topic is inertia and the media. Inertia, according to my physics teacher states that an object at rest stays at rest, and an object in motion, stays in motion in a static environment. In our society, the media helps to determine what’s static and what’s not. The media has taken it upon itself to distinguish fact from conjecture. By doing so, they have forgotten their mission and have become just another influence group. A free society depends on reliable, factual, and understandable information. How we get today’s media to become legitimate news reporters once again is a huge question. One for which, I don’t have an answer. Do you? Thanks to the Biden Admin's policies, it's harder to get ahead in America today, and easier just to do nothing, and get paid for it.

No news here, our education system has failed us. Covid-19 has exacerbated an already crisis-level learning situation for our young. But the downward spiral of our education began long before Covid. No Democracy can survive with legions of uneducated people choosing to vote for safety and an easy life. Life is hard and frequently unfair. Get over it! Too many of us remember the joy of creating the greatest economic and social system on earth through personal effort, work, risk, and sacrifice, not by Happy Joe delivering his latest goody paid for with “free” money.

Sooner or later, we’ll have to pay our bills. Skipping out on our debts will lead to societal disruption on a scale that most cannot comprehend. Like all wars, all great trials and tribulations, we’ll get to the other side one day. The open question is, will we like where we wind up?

God Bless America!

© 10.18.2022 by Allan J. Feifer, "American Thinker".

[JS: Fiery Demon, an 1871 etching by William Cruikshank, "representing the chaos of the Paris Commune and more generally, the infernal results of the ideals of the French Revolution." And YES, the opening tune was from "The Rush Limbaugh Show", by The Pretenders in the 1990s. I hosted the daily "Rush Limbaugh Show" on FR.com, for 7 years. We could sure use Rush's wisdom and guidance, right now.]

A Day In The Life.

Up at 6a on Friday, I turned-up the heat, went thru my finger stick to check my BSL (Blood Sugar Level) and recorded it on my Diabetes 2 chart, made coffee and breakfast, took a 500mg Tylenol Extra Strength for lower back pain, had a couple smokes in the semi-cool garage and checked the leftover errands list. It was only 34°, and forecast to hit 59°. I had a Croissant w/ Red Raspberry Preserves (sugar free), got ready and left for the New Eastern Farmers' Market, to p/u my large order from Pasta Plus. After a short drive to the market, traffic was light and easy to get in, find a parking space on the north side of the large building, the ladies had my significant order already bagged-up and ready-to-go, in 2 bags w/ handles. I was back home by 9:30a, and tuned into the "Chris Plante Show", on WMAL in DC.

Al of the batteries existing now in the world, would power the planet for only 30 seconds.

I don’t mean at all to be alarmist by saying that China could invade the self-governed island of Taiwan as soon as this year. I heard an admiral from the Pentagon, discussing it on a news show, the other day. Makes perfect sense, since we're unfit to counter-attack the CCP scumbags. Admiral Mike Gilday, chief of US naval operations, raised the prospect of imminent war yesterday at a discussion hosted by the Atlantic Council in Washington. He was asked about recent official US assessments that China is building the capability to seize Taiwan by 2027. “When we talk about the 2027 window, in my mind that has

to be a 2022 window or potentially a 2023 window,” Gilday said. “I can’t rule that out. I don’t mean at all to be alarmist by saying that, it’s just that we can’t wish that away.” If/when it happens, look for all supply lines -- especially life-saving critical pharmaceuticals -- to be cut-off 100%. Invading Taiwan will present entirely different problems both for attack and defense from Ukraine. Ukraine is easy to invade, Russia and Belarus wrap all the way around it. It’s also easy to resupply Ukraine from Poland, Romania etc. Taiwan is an island, and a kinetic “D-Day” invasion would be much harder than Normandy, June 6, 1944. It’s a wider crossing than the English channel, with few good landing beaches that are easy to mine and fortify. The US and British Navy's were bloodied in WWII with many prior recent invasions under their belts, China's navy is new and untested. OTOH, Taiwan will be almost impossible to resupply or reinforce. Our warships will be in CCP missile range long before they can approach Taiwan. All this points to a tightening blockade, NOT a kinetic invasion. IMO. Meanwhile, our Vegetable-In-Chief, Shit-For-Brains Joey Bidet&Co has no idea of what's coming.

You can vote yourself into socialism, but you have to shoot your way out.

I finally swept off the back patio, under 4" of Pin Oak (Quercus phellos) and Jap Bloodgood Maple (Acer palmatum) leaves, and the 60ft Eastern White Pines (Pinus strobus) are yellowing and ready to drop their, literally, millions of old needles, 3-4" deep. I have to use the leaf blower to remove those, since a broom won't suffice.

GOOD NEWS! -- for a change -- Tammi stopped by to tell me that her supplier, who'd made my 3 4ft x 9ft office-sunroom blinds/shades, is giving me 3 all new engineered blinds/shades to replace the 3 I've had since 2018, and which have caused innumerable problems over the past 4 years, at no charge. Made my day, week month & year! She'll call when they're delivered and Ed-The-Installer will take care of old unit removal, and new unit installation. Yoo-Hoo!

High for the day was 63°, and by 2p, I was dead tired, with a badly aching lower right back. I took 2 50mg Tramadol and 2q 10mg Oxycodone, but even those didn't help. I have a Therapeutic Massage with Heidi, scheduled for next Wednesday; wish I had it today. I fell asleep in my office-sunroom comfy desk chair, for 20-30mins, and that didn't help either. I did 2 loads of laundry, and all those trips up-and-down stairs didn't do my back any good. After a huge amount of large, delicious, sweet, juicy, red seedless grapes, the natural sugars gave me a new energy boost, and I was good for a while.

More HUGE bags of Sugar Free Candy arrived: Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bars, Hershey's Dark Chocolate Bars, and I'm still waiting for the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and York Peppermint Patties, due any day now. After a Turkey, Filling and Mashed Potato dinner, I watched the usual Fox News' "Tucker" and a new episode of "Gold Rush" until 10p, and unplugged. Time for sleep.

Up at 8a on Saturday, a cloudy, cold 36°. I fired-up the furnace, 2 heaters, made coffee, did the BSL thing, and had a couple of smokes in the garage. Sis went back to sleep after breakfast, and I left for 6 errands and stops. That took almost 4 hours, with all the traffic and construction choke points factored-in, so I was back just after 1:30p. My last stop was at the nearby Royal Farms Super Station & Restaurant, for a tankful of Ethanol Free Premium 90 Oct gas, at $4.75.gal, down 50¢ from $5.25/gal; "only" $75.05 for 15.8 gals (25 gal tank). I had Meat Lasagna for lunch, vacuumed the Jeep out, and opened the condo for some fresh air.

If the GOP wins the US House and US Senate, our goal will no longer be ; it will pivot and become MALA -- Make America Livable Again -- as we try to undo all the damage the demonKKKrats have done for the past 4 years. And with over 500,000 "getaways" -- many terrorists among them -- the leftist, socialist, communist, Marxist, anarchist etc demonKKKrats will point fingers at us Conservatives for "allowing" it to happen. Their corrupt and illegal policies, since Jan 2021, are solely to blame for what's coming. The radical Democrats and feckless Republicans have already done enormous and lasting damage to this country. The very spirit that once made this country so great has been crushed by decades of corruption, lawlessness, and venal politicians in both parties. People expecting a GOP congress to quickly turn the country around are going to be very disappointed. Hey GOPe: do America a real favor -- slip into a hot bathtub, and then open a vein.

The US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, is on from 3-5p, but I have lots of condo chores to do, before I can enjoy those 2 hours. As temps began to drop quickly, and dark arrived around 6:10p, I closed the condo, had some Shepherd's Pie for dinner, watched some Fox News shows until 11:15p, and called it Yankee Doodle for the night.

I slept-in until 8:30a on Sunday, an overcast 44° and nippy morning. Sis had turned-up the heat, so I made coffee, poured OJ and had a couple smokes in the garage, with the oscillating ceramic heater running. After breakfast and my usual morning shower, I had paperwork, 2 loads of laundry, a load of dishes, and garbage/recyclables to get done and ready to go out to the curb tonite. I was tired and much of the day was already gone, due to heavy cloud cover, light rain which continued all evening, and an early sunset. After dinner, I watched Fox News, and switched over to this season's new episodes of "Gold Rush". Lights out at 10p, as my cleaning lady's in at 8a, a day and 30mins early. Plus, I have a Cardiologist app't at 10a, at the huge, new Apple Hill Cardiology Center Complex.

Up at 5:45a on Monday, it was a another rainy, cool 54° 0-Dark-Thirty morning, and I did the usual routines with heat, BSL, coffee and continued to try to get used to it being dark, so late into the morning. I saw a hint of light around 7:15, so I knew the world hadn't ended. Heh. After breakfast, JoAnne, our cleaning lady arrived, and I left for the 10a app't. Everything was fine and dandy. On the way home, I had 3 stops to make all over York County, got those done, but skipped Weis Market, for some reason. And the idiots from the waste collection company, unexpectedly delivered a huge trash can, instead of a smaller recycle bin, contrary to what I'd specifically requested, 2 weeks ago. Two hours later, I got it straightened out.

After Salmon & Wild Rice for lunch, I took a nap in my office-sunroom chair, eschewing a trip to Weis Market. I wasn't feeling well, although I wasn't running a temp, I felt like crap, and dozed off in my office chair. After some Chicken Pot Pie, I watched Fox for a while, and called it quits at 9:30p. Tomorrow's another day.

I slept-in until 10a on Tuesday, and it felt darned good. It had rained overnight, but I didn't hear a thing on the skylights or windows. I upped the heat, made coffee, took 2 50mg Tramadol for pain in both hips and lower back, had breakfast and turned-on the "Chris Plante Show". I had some food shopping/pharmacy/convenience store errands leftover from yesterday, so I left around 12:15p. It was a dreary 63°, looks like rain, day. Two hours later -- it was "Seniors Shopping Day" at the Rite Aid Pharmacy and Weis Market, so it was mobbed -- I got home and unloaded. Time for some of the laundry load.

All that's on is local politics, politics and more politics. I have come to despise, loathe and hate politics. You?

Here in PA, Johnnie "Mental Vegetable" FetterNeck, is unwisely showing employers everywhere that you can push employees to come back to work before they are ready. He is stupidly showing that the Americans with Disabilities Act shouldn't, maybe can’t, be used by stroke survivors during the end of their recovery period. Second, he is moronically telling stroke survivors, and people with any injuries, to suck it up, walk it off, keep trucking. He is stupidly saying: put your career before your wellbeing. Yes, it seems like BrainDead FetterNeck can't be a success story. He can't become a senator despite his stroke. He can't champion making it to the senate despite his brain injury. If he can't do it, neither can you. Unfortunately, most people with brain injuries don't have the campaign money, family money or government health insurance that he has at his disposal. Third, he is not being a strong and courageous model for other stroke survivors. A strong and courageous person tells his backers, friends and family that now is not the right time for him to run for office. He says that "his brain needs more time to rest and

heal" and someone else should run in his place. He doesn't forge forward and ride the coattails of his party, limit public engagements in order to hide his disabilities. He lyingly doesn't tell party leaders -- constituents and ordinary Pennsylvanians -- that he is "fine", when he is not. The courageous thing to do is to wait until he has recovered to run for a national office. No, his brain has been defective since he was born. No amount of resting or healing will fix that defective brain. He was a leech off mommy and daddy until his 40s. He believes being mayor of a podunk 1,200 person village makes him qualified to be a US Senator. He thinks dressing and tatting like a hoodlum makes him qualified. He coddles criminals. He believes in communism; he's a hate-America socialist and Marxist. That is serious evidence of a terminally-defective brain that no amount of rest or healing will fix. 350 Million Americans, and we end up with subhuman filth like Biden, Harris, FetterNeck, Pelosi, Schumer, and the GOPe asshole, McConnell.

I spent the afternoon doing 2 loads of laundry, assorted condo chores, and getting the new and old recycle bins in/out of the garage. After some Chicken Corn & Noodle Soup for dinner, I watched Fox News until 9, then switched over to History for "American Pickers" until 11:30p. Lights out.

The cacophony of hedge trimmers, garbage trucks picking-up old recycle and garbage bins, leaf blowers and chainsaws, woke me at 8:30a on Wednesday, and I got up in a bad mood; I wanted to sleep later. I upped the heat, made coffee, did the BSL thing, and yelled at Sis who was watching the Fox News moronic drech, Chatty-Cathy "Fox and Friends" crap, since my "CP Show" radio program was on. My back hurt -- thankfully, I have a 1p app't for a Therapeutic Massage w/ Heidi -- but I took 2 50mg Tramadol anyway, to get me thru the morning. It was a 61°, cloudy, rainy, raw morning. My rain gauge at the back patio runneth over.

After 30mins on the comfy massage table with Heidi, owner of Restorative Bodyworks, I felt great. She works wonders. Pain gone, I won't need anymore drugs now. Except for the (((STRESS))), and I can't seem to mitigate that. I stopped at Weis Market and got her 2 pints of Hagen Dazs Ice Cream. Finally home, I did condo chores, Sis was still asleep from this morning, on the LR couch. I had some lunch at 2:40p, and listened to some of Bonehead Bongino's last 20mins of the broadcast, thank Heavens. Shit-for-brains WMAL still hadn't put-up the morning's "CP Show" Podcast, so I listened to some of yesterday's segments I'd missed. I got an email from xfinity (Comcast) that my speed had been increased from 750Mbps to 1.1Gbps, at no extra cost. I tried it, and the best download speed I could get was 948.92Mbps. Not bad, but not what they claimed.

Happy Halloween!

I had Cheese Ravioli w/ Shrimp for dinner, watched some Fox News, "Jesse Watters, "Tucker" and then switched to Discovery and History for various shows and episodes. My back began hurting again, so I tried a 500mg Extra Strength Tylenol, and it helped a little. I think sleep would help better. I bagged it for the night at 10:30p. Busy day with Sherry, tomorrow.

Up at 7:30a on Thursday morning, it was a cool 49°, clouds clearing to a blue-sky sunny day. I upped the heat, did the BSL, made coffee, grabbed a mid-week shower, and tuned into the "CP Show" for a few hours. It was windy, and the hated mounds of falling Pin Oak leaves and Eastern White Pine needles, were piling-up everywhere. I battled them with my Toro® PowerJet® Leaf Blower, to no avail, and after backing the Jeep out, I just closed down the garage door.

I met Sherry at 1p, at the huge York Galleria and we walked for over two hours, with a store visit and some rest stops along the way. Then, back to my place to talk, until she left for food shopping and banking. I had dinner, my pill regimen and watched Fox News until 9p. I unplugged for the night, since I had to get up at 6a, to get to the nearby New Eastern Farmers' Market, and do some other errands.

Tomorrow starts a new week here in the "Journal", and I've got some Drs' app'ts, lab/blood work to get done and spend some quality time with Sherry, one day during the week. BTW, Happy Halloween!

BIDEN ECONOMY: US Has Only 25 Days of Diesel Supply – Shortage Could Cripple Economy.

"When the trucks stop running, beware..." -- John D.M. Shelley II, January 23rd, 2021.

"America has only 25 days of diesel supply thanks to Joe Biden’s economic crippling policies. A diesel fuel crisis will cripple the US.

Oil prices and President Joe Biden’s continued draining of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) have dominated the headlines over the past few weeks, but analysts say a more impactful and serious crisis on the energy front looms: a diesel fuel shortage.

Diesel doesn’t get as much of the limelight as oil and gas, but it should because diesel fuel is the industrial lifeblood of the United States, and the price of diesel alone probably has a more significant impact on inflation and the prices you’re paying at the grocery store over any other factor. Without ample amounts of diesel, semi-trucks don’t move, farms are shut down, and critical manufacturing sectors are crippled.

As Bloomberg noted this week, “The US has just 25 days of diesel supply, the lowest since 2008, according to the Energy Information Administration. At the same time, the four-week rolling average of distillates supplied, a proxy for demand, rose to its highest seasonal level since 2007.”

The Biden administration has remained strangely silent, probably hoping that the dismal news doesn’t hit the mainstream because it’s a total political timebomb waiting to go off, especially as the midterm elections are so close.

Bloomberg noted:
•The diesel crunch comes just weeks ahead of the midterm elections and has the potential to drive up prices for consumers who already view inflation and the economy as a top voting issue. Retail prices have been steadily climbing for more than two weeks. At $5.324 a gallon, they’re 50% higher than this time last year, according to AAA data.
•Notably, National Economic Council Director Brian Deese recently commented on the emerging crisis. Deese said diesel inventories are “unacceptably low” and added that “all options are on the table,” whatever that means.
•The American trucking industry is very important to this country and truckers rely on diesel to run their trucks.

According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), diesel fuel is used to transport goods and run military vehicles and tractors of farms:

Most of the products we use are transported by trucks and trains with diesel engines, and most construction, farming, and military vehicles and equipment also have diesel engines. As a transportation fuel, diesel fuel offers a wide range of performance, efficiency, and safety features. Diesel fuel also has a greater energy density than other liquid fuels, so it provides more useful energy per unit of volume.

In 2021, distillate fuel consumption by the U.S. transportation sector, which is essentially diesel fuel, was about 46.82 billion gallons (1.11 billion barrels), an average of about 128 million gallons per day. This amount accounted for about 77% of total U.S. distillate consumption, about 15% of total U.S. petroleum consumption, and on an energy content basis, about 25% of total energy consumption by the U.S. transportation sector. Diesel fuel is used for many tasks. Diesel engines in trucks, trains, boats, and barges help transport nearly all products people consume. Diesel fuel is commonly used in public buses and school buses.

Diesel fuel powers most of the farm and construction equipment in the United States. The construction industry also depends on the power diesel fuel provides. Diesel engines can do demanding construction work, such as lifting steel beams, digging foundations and trenches, drilling wells, paving roads, and moving soil safely and efficiently.

The U.S. military uses diesel fuel in tanks and trucks because diesel fuel is less flammable and less explosive than other fuels. Diesel engines are also less likely to stall than gasoline-fueled engines.

Diesel fuel is also used in diesel engine generators to generate electricity. Many industrial facilities, large buildings, institutional facilities, hospitals, and electric utilities have diesel generators for backup and emergency power supply. Most remote villages in Alaska use diesel generators as the primary source of electricity.

The Biden regime, with its holdovers from the Clinton and Obama regimes, has put the American economy in a dangerous position. The anti-energy policies they push, that help regimes in the Middle East, Russia and Venezuela, are killing the US.

President Trump had America energy independent in less than four years. Biden is now begging for oil from these America-hating radical regimes.

© `10.23.2022 by Joe Hoft, "Gateway Pundit".












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Vladimir Putin Joke of The Day.

A man is on a street corner in Moscow yelling “The president is an idiot!“

Police surround him and handcuff him. They say, “It is illegal to insult President Putin”

He says “You don’t understand! I mean the Ukrainian president, Zelensky. He is the one I was insulting!“

The police captain says, “You can’t fool us. Everyone knows who the idiot is.”

2 Reasons Why It Is Impossible For Any Rational Person To Be Optimistic About The US Economy At This Point.

A rail worker strike in the US is coming, which will hinder logistics even more.

I think a global dumpster fire is coming.

Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Bank of England, Bank of China, REITs, etc. are in trouble.

China hasn’t released GDP numbers for three straight quarters. Thrown in potential expansions of wars..."

Just remember that most of these economic issues are man-made; expect more issues, especially by the 'Great Global Reset" (GGR) which is a bunch of unelected 'elites' who expect to come in on a white horse as our social and financial saviors (for example: Remember the recent Russia invasion of Ukraine).

We can still remain optimistic, while still being a realist as to current problems and situations, especially when you add in the character of human endurance

As the olde adage goes :" Don't let the Bass-turds get you down !"

Our nation is known for at least several characteristics, one of which is resilience, another is fortitude, another is optimism of the human spirit to overcome adversity.

Continue to be aware, use the OODA LOOP in your decision making process ! Be aware of your weaknesses, and make positive changes.

Strengthen yourselves, or as the Bible says:" Grid up your loins" against the adversary.

Here's the actual article you'll want to read.

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