Saturday, June 27, 2015


World Trade Center Towers
Kisei kanwa o teishi

Call 911!

The highest buildings
in the largest city
were destroyed!

It was an act of terror,
but who did it? The report
given to the media
by the government
said nearly three thousand
people were dead. It said
that ‘terrorists’ had caused
the terror. They had
hijacked two planes
and had flown them
into the towers.

The towers fell to the ground
with a rumbling tumbling plume.
It was a free for all fall.

The report said that jet fuel
had melted the girders
that supported the building
and the tumbling with rumbling
booms was from the collapsing
floors as they ‘pancaked’ down
upon each other at the speed
of gravity.

Justice had to be served.
Such a nerve. Those terrorists
would have to pay.

No investigation would be needed
to determine whether or not it
was an act of terrorism.

Clearly, the world had heard
that free trade had been attacked
by the terrorists. Nobody needed
to see what had already been determined.
The deed had been done. The world was
being sold on revenge.

The black boxes from the planes
were merely a metaphor for mind.
They were crushed in the wreckage.

Nothing was there for immediate concern.
It was just rubble from the wreck.

The story was the motivation for action.

The rubble was picked up and sent away
for storage until the world could see
that terrorists were running free
because capitalism had not yet
been deregulated.

Some day in the future
after the world had been
made safe for ‘democracy’
by deregulation, scientists
could shift through the wreckage
of the broken dreams of a government
for the people with an economy
that was not dependent
upon the industry for war
to see how silly we all had been.

How unrealistic! People had thought
that democracy was for them; that
the state could provide jobs
for the development of infrastructure;
that the economy could benefit
from helping each other.  We had not come
to face the ‘reality’ that national security
is really the only legitimate concern
for a rule that has to be run
for the wealthiest people; that the services
that had been performed for the public
had to be privatized, so the wealthiest
1% of the population can be gratified
by continually increasing profits.

could not tie up money for people.

It has to facilitate deregulation
so taxpayers, consumers and the people
in foreign nations can let go of their money
for care by people who truly know its value.

It is missiles, bomb and bullet sales that drive
the market for the freedom of the rich.

After the beacon of light for the free world
had been attacked by terrorists
a call was put out for a coalition
to restore war as the tool for fighting terrorism.

Two nations were invaded to drive
a wedge into the region in which terrorists
were trained to reign terror on the free world.

Refugees were created in the effort
to dodge missiles, bombs and bullets.


Seriously. :P

The destruction of the towers
was a false flag event. It was designed
to deceive people into believing
that the terrorists came
from a foreign land. It was designed
to prepare people for reports
that would tell how terrorists
are being killed for national security.

It was designed to hypnotize
the world into believing
in the war on terror.

The invasions that followed
were a violation of international law.

It is not legal to kill suspects.

It is not legal to call civilians
terrorists because they were killed.

 What led to this sordid state of affairs?
The tax shelter let corporations lobby, campaign
and buy press for their own advantage.

Reaganomics told CEO’s to raise their salaries
so they would have more to spend at a rate
that was lower than that of taxpayers.

The stage was set for deregulation
so corporations could lobby to write laws
for their increase in increasing advantage. Government
was to become a machine that served the leading
accumulators of capital.  The free market was to be
enslaved to their leadership: the Banking, Oil, Weapons
and Surveillance industries.

BOWS was to bow only to munitions.

BOWS was to play God as the oligarchy.

War was the door to increased capital.


Representation for the rights of people has been denied
since the inception of the republic by the Constitution.
The war powers article has been used five times, but has
it ever really been used for defense? False flag operations
make legal invocation implausible. The goal of exploitation
by conquest makes war illegal even in ‘defense.’


I call to you from the depth of my soul.
Please listen. Hear my petition.

If loss were to be counted as surrender
in the competition to destroy opposition,
who could stand?

There is forgiveness with love.

Legal law will stand as natural
when it reflects the divine design
for nature.

Outlaw the rule of death.
Abolish war and the death penalty.

Regulate political contributions.
Prosecute plutocrats. Tax the profiteers

Invest in dedication to profession
by education. The quality of experience
is enhanced by knowledge with wisdom.
Work for fair trade and safe travel.

My soul waits for morning
more than darkness waits for light;
more than the end of night invites
the aura for the aurora; the promise
of a new day.

130 De profundis                                                 

1 Out of the depths have I called to you, O Lord;
Lord, hear my voice; *
let your ears consider well the voice of my supplication.

2 If you, Lord, were to note what is done amiss, *
O Lord, who could stand?

3 For there is forgiveness with you; *
therefore you shall be feared.
4 I wait for the Lord; my soul waits for him; *
in his word is my hope.

5 My soul waits for the Lord,
more than watchmen for the morning, *
more than watchmen for the morning.

6 O Israel, wait for the Lord, *
for with the Lord there is mercy;

7 With him there is plenteous redemption, *
and he shall redeem Israel from all their sins

Saturday, June 20, 2015


Sharon Leal

Ekusutashī o kanjimasu
from Ps.9.9+

Have you felt the ecstasy of union?

Has there been a time when you felt
connected to everything in existence?

Has another person helped you to feel
that all things will work out despite adversity?

Ecstasy is the beginning of love.
It is a refuge for the oppressed
in times of trouble.

Those who know that your faith
is the ground for your faithfulness
will trust you. You will be an example
for all ages.

Knowledge is the beginning of wisdom.
Instruction begins with definitions and examples,
then tests fairly for retention.

Watch the word grow to form
with function for meaning in truth
and fair social selection.

Sing songs about your experience
with love. Proclaim the wonders
of education with creativity
to the world.

Justice will require proof of truth
for judgment. The Avenger will not forget
the cry of the afflicted, but retribution
will not impose cruelty for correction.

Have mercy on those who suffer attack
from hate or indifference. Have mercy
on those who have seen the gates to death.

Eternal joy shines from beyond the sight
of light says the experience
close to the loss of life.

Salvation celebrates
civility for the living.
Lessons on law are drawn
with respect for life.

Belief in violence
is a bitter pit
in an empty soul.
Belief in cruelty
only digs another hole.

Justice is scientific.
Action produces consequence.
Moral acts are legal.
Crime calls for correction.

The ‘more war’ morality
is not moral. Those who believe
that life is ruled by the threat of death
are misled by the error.

The needs of the poor
will not remain forgotten.
Hope for goodness in the quality
of life will be rewarded.

The industry for war
will not retain the upper hand.

Freedom will restore equity
to the economy and fair trade
to the market. The market
will correct the profiteers.

Ecstasy is the beginning of love.
It is a refuge for the oppressed
in times of trouble.


Ekusutashī wa ai no hajimaridesu.
Kore wa, shītage rareta tame hinanshodeari,
 toraburu no jidai ni.

9 The Lord will be a refuge for the oppressed, *
a refuge in time of trouble.

10 Those who know your Name will put their trust in you, *
for you never forsake those who seek you, O Lord.

11 Sing praise to the Lord who dwells in Zion; *
proclaim to the peoples the things he has done.

12 The Avenger of blood will remember them; *
he will not forget the cry of the afflicted.

13 Have pity on me, O Lord; *
see the misery I suffer from those who hate me,
O you who lift me up from the gate of death;

14 So that I may tell of all your praises
and rejoice in your salvation *
in the gates of the city of Zion.

15 The ungodly have fallen into the pit they dug, *
and in the snare they set is their own foot caught.

16 The Lord is known by his acts of justice; *
the wicked are trapped in the works of their own hands.

17 The wicked shall be given over to the grave, *
and also all the people that forget God.

18 For the needy shall not always be forgotten, *
and the hope of the poor shall not perish for ever.

19 Rise up, O Lord, let not the ungodly have the upper hand; *
let them be judged before you.

20 Put fear upon them, O Lord; *
let the ungodly know they are but mortal.

Saturday, June 13, 2015


Eliza Dushku

Listen to Hear
Kiku tame ni mimi o katamukemasu.
from Ps20

Sound needs matter as a medium.
It’s not just a tedium.

Waves travel through air, water or wire
faster than fire.

It may sound absurd, but
listening is necessary to be heard.

Listening is the active application
of the capacity to steer your perception
to achieve identification.  Ability
goes in gear when you listen to hear.

When you open your perception
to immediate selection,
sound with meaning
is detected for thought,
bought or taught.

Anything else is discarded
as meaningless nought
 …or noise.

React or respond?
Take up the baton.

Don’t wait for fate or
you will be too late.

Don’t take too long
or the moment is gone.

Communication is a window
for opportunity.

This sense of security
asks for maturity.

Logic uses reason to argue;
not gobbledy goo.

Reasons are detected, selected
and connected for argument;
an intellectual armament.

Personal attack is discounted
as flack.

Inductive inferences interpret
patterns for abstraction
to avoid much distraction.

Abstraction is the fashion
when true.

Deductive constructions
are very destructive when closed
to only a few.

Testing is questing for proof.
You won’t be ready
if you get too heady,
so experiment will rule out
a goof.

Make a statement of cause
that you can test in a pause
and you move one step closer
to truth… with liberty and justice
for all.

The greatest poverty
Is not deprivation
for the plutocratic economy
and privatization.

Desire does not tire.
It rises higher than fire
and dares
with more care
to sing
for what is fair
in public lairs.

Care floats on hope
as though tied to a rope
with the metaphysics
of reality in mind.

The law is a claw
that extends from your paw
to provide defense
for your booth.

Vote your own mind,
then you will find
you decide what is right
for the law in your life…
as long as it is good
for others too.

May you listen to hear
and choose what is dear
that your answers may
serve to defend you.

Exaudiat te Dominus

1 May the Lord answer you in the day of trouble, *
the Name of the God of Jacob defend you;

2 Send you help from his holy place *
and strengthen you out of Zion;

3 Remember all your offerings *
and accept your burnt sacrifice;

4 Grant you your heart's desire *
and prosper all your plans.

5 We will shout for joy at your victory
and triumph in the Name of our God; *
may the Lord grant all your requests.

6 Now I know that the Lord gives victory to his anointed; *
he will answer him out of his holy heaven,
with the victorious strength of his right hand.

7 Some put their trust in chariots and some in horses, *
but we will call upon the Name of the Lord our God.

8 They collapse and fall down, *
but we will arise and stand upright.

9 O Lord, give victory to the king *
and answer us when we call.