Friday, May 27, 2016

A note to the Sanders' campaign:

People most dedicated to an outcome (this time it is electing Bernie Sanders to the Presidency) can find fault with the details because a prejudice is suspected. Sooner or later, the results of the nomination process has to come to pass. After the nomination process both candidates have stated they will work for the best outcome FOR THE PEOPLE.

Both candidates are extremely wonderful people dedicated to a life of service to this country. Each campaign wants to win and are just as dedicated to their own outcome. There is nothing wrong with that.

What is wrong is if the process to a candidate violates the spirit of the nomination process it can destroy the campaign to win. If either campaign believes there is injustice a complaint should be filed, however, it is the people that are the best judge. I suggest one or both campaigns should have a person with a video recorder and a webpage, perhaps on the candidate's website, that tells the story of the rules committee and the impact of those rules within the nominating process.

The complaints against each other and the DNC can be stacked to the ceiling, but, the process does not have to nor should it take place behind closed doors. So, the best process is a transparent process and there are ways a video recorder can bring the facts to the people. Trust the people with any suspicions and worries.

Each candidate has a great opportunity to serve in the Presidency and I know how their campaigns treasure them. The people know how important it is, too. Trust the people as a jury of injustice.

Mr. Trump has his own convention dilemma to investigate and resolve.

March 6, 2016
By Rachel Stockman

...So that’s how it normally works, (click here) but this isn’t a normal election. We’ve already heard some rumors of back room dealings going on by the GOP establishment. So here’s how Trump could still lose according to a variety of election law experts with whom we spoke. The delegates could vote to change the convention rules even BEFORE the first round of balloting takes place. That’s right, in the days leading up to the convention, the RNC Rules Committee could recommend rules changes to the Convention Rules Committee. That committee could tweak the recommendations but they they would ultimately have to send the new rules to the floor of the convention for a vote by the delegates. If the delegates vote to change the rules so as to ‘unbind’ themselves, then they could vote for whoever they wanted even in that first round.

“The delegates ultimately have the final say in the rules that will govern the convention. That may mean that they opt to unbind themselves, but a majority of them would have to agree to that,” Josh Putnam, an expert in this matter, and lecturer at the University of Georgia told

The Sanders' campaign...

...has received unprecedented concessions from the Democratic Party. That is a great victory. But, to state Governor Dan Malloy and Congressman Barnie Frank need to be removed because of FEAR they will not be fair is outrageous. These men are two of the most loyal Democrats and would never jeopardize any process with corrupt values or prejudice. It is important they maintain their positions. It is also important the national convention go forward smoothly. Viewers will be judging the candidates based on the organization of the nominee process and presentation of the nominee for President of the United States of America.

I find the Sanders' campaign insecure to the outcome of the convention because they want to stack the deck. 

That's enough.

This year is a turning point for the USA. We need to respect our Constitution and each other. "We got this thing, okay?"

The demonstrators in California need to be respected. They should realize Mr. Trump is no longer on the premise to witness their protest. The media is there and have recognized them. But, please respect protesters. "Occupy" was an illegal demonstration as well, but, they were respected for the same reason these protesters should be respected; they are hurting. 

This is a very difficult year for politics, but, we'll make it through. Police are doing a good job to protect the building and that is important, too. We all need space to gather. The police should not be injured either.

There is a lot that has been going on with the Trump campaign this week. He achieved his nomination and there has been issues within the campaign hierarchy itself.

I think Mr. Manafort was a good addition for the Trump campaign. He brought dignity with him and the press appreciated it. 

But, this Wiley think is rather curious. What I find odd is that he wanted to start up a campaign from anew. Within that anew is the absence of Nevada. What gives with Nevada? IS somebody is tampering with the convention somewhere. Wiley was what's his name's campaign manager....Scott Walker. I wouldn't consider him trustworthy and evidently he has some very odd priorities.

We value our democracy and that demands respect for everyone involved. I sincerely don't want respect for each other to fall apart. We can do this. We can carry out a magnificent election year. Everyone is being heard and to that end every candidate needs to recognize the pain the demonstrators are carrying out in the public square. Recognition of their pain by a political leader is vital. 

Every person is important and they will be heard, respected and recognized.
Flint records haven't come yet. I'll start making phone calls Monday. 

I congratulate Great Britain for saving the lives of three wonderful children and their benevolent futures.

23 May 2016
By Rachael Burnett

Lorna Moore (click here) was planning to take her three young children to the war zone - including an 11-month-old baby

...Midlands, failed to tell authorities her husband Sajid Aslam, 34, was about to leave for Syria. Ayman Shaukat, 28, was also convicted of preparing terrorist acts by helping Aslam and Muslim convert Alex Nash, 22, on their way.
Nash's wife Kerry Thomason, 24, was pregnant when she was stopped from flying out with her two children to join her husband in Syria.
Sentencing at the Old Bailey, Judge Charles Wide described Moore as a "very strong character" and said she "knew perfectly well of your husband's dedication to terrorism".
"One of the troubling things about you is your facility for telling lies," he added.
He said Moore had told "lie after lie" to the jury during her trial and that some of her evidence was "nonsense".
She was sentenced to two years and six months imprisonment.

I hope in two and a half years Lorna Moore will appreciate life and the future of her children differently.

The religious extremists of Daesh do not value life, frequently that means their own. They are being recruited not for their advantage in improving their quality of life, but rather, to pursue a future of service, sacrifice and death. The children within Daesh's control become child soldiers. The girls are known to be bearing children at a young age. 

This is not about life and longevity, it is about death and ending as many lives as possible. There is no benevolence in their hearts or minds.

Great Britain may want to realize there is an outpost belonging to Daesh in Libya as well. They are performing executions there. They stood on the sands of the Mediterranean Sea executing innocent people to threaten Europe.

The Muslims joining Daesh are fools for a false narrative. Daesh is composed of criminals not holy men. The people joining Daesh become criminals themselves which provides them with more reason to fools to protect the old Ba'athists.

It is amazing to realize men leave countries anchored in domestic peace to enter a profession of killing and cruelty. No matter how seductive Daesh may seem in their recruitment campaigns, the product they offer is murder. That is what the recruits of Daesh are 'opting in' for, murder. Obviously, it has nothing to do with their upbringing. They were supported by a peaceful country to live making everyday better than the next. It is complete estrangement of their lifelong values. 

It is about them, not us.

U.S. President Barack Obama (click here) hugs Shigeaki Mori, an atomic bomb survivor; creator of the memorial for American WWII POWs killed at Hiroshima, during a ceremony at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, western Japan, Friday, May 27, 2016. Obama on Friday became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the site of the world's first atomic bomb attack, bringing global attention both to survivors and to his unfulfilled vision of a world without nuclear weapons.

The USA never turned it's back on Japan after the war. We assisted Japan back to an economy that mirrored ours because of the Japanese culture. Not every country is the same or as willing.

The USA never exploited it's conquest with such deadly force. We turned to Japan with our horror in full view and became partners in the future. How many other countries would have done the same?

It could be said Lehava is the MORAL equivalent to extremist Muslims seeking to kill anyone it decides is adverse to their particular kind of religion.

May 26, 2016
By Judy Maltz

Citing concerns for the future of Israeli democracy and society, (click here) the Anti-Defamation League has urged the government to clamp down on Lehava, a radical anti-assimilation organization, and its leader Bentzi Gopstein.

In a letter sent this week to Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit and obtained by Haaretz, the U.S.-based ADL warned that Israel’s continued tolerance of Lehava’s “hateful discourse,” while detrimental to Israeli society, was also “used as a weapon by Israel’s enemies, who use it as a basis for their rushed conclusions and generalizations about Israeli society.”

The letter, signed by Carol Nuriel, executive director of the ADL office in Israel, refrained from recommending specific measures against the far-right organization, which is both vehemently anti-Arab and anti-Christian. “We call on you to act by whatever means the law allows to draw a clear red line before this phenomenon that is so dangerous to Israel’s society and democracy,” wrote Nuriel....

Lehava is a hate organization in Israel. They hate Christians and do not recognize any relationship with non-Jewish. It doesn't matter the relationship, business, academics or social; non-Jewish are to be eliminated from contact.

January 3, 2016
By Liat Bar-Stav

Bentzi Gopstein, leader of the "Lehava" organization

Journalist who spent two and a half months undercover (click here) as activist in anti-assimilation organization offers glimpse into group that is putting Israel's democracy to one of its sternest tests in recent years.

Lehava's world came crashing down this morning. Large police forces mounted a pre-dawn raid on the homes of several of the Jewish extremist group's most prominent activists, including chairman Bentzi Gopstein, and took them into custody on suspicion of inciting and calling for acts of violence....

Japan and the USA are the strongest of allies today, however, the way that was achieved is heinous.

U.S. President Barack Obama, right, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shake hands after laying wreaths at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, western Japan, Friday, May 27, 2016.

May 27, 2016

Hiroshima--Barack Obama (click here) on Friday paid tribute to the 140,000 people killed by the world's first atomic bomb attack and sought to bring global attention to his unfulfilled vision of a world without nuclear weapons, as he became the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima.
"Death fell from the sky and the world was changed," Obama said, after laying a wreath, closing his eyes and briefly bowing his head before an arched monument in Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park that honors those killed on Aug. 6, 1945, when U.S. forces dropped the bomb that ushered in the nuclear age. The bombing, Obama said, "demonstrated that mankind possessed the means to destroy itself."
Obama did not apologize, instead offering, in a carefully choreographed display, a simple reflection on the horrors of war and his hope the horror of Hiroshima could spark a "moral awakening." As he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stood near an iconic bombed-out domed building, Obama acknowledged the devastating toll of war and urged the world to do better.
"We stand here in the middle of this city and force ourselves to imagine the moment the bomb fell ... we listen to a silent cry." Obama said....

The potential hurricane is nearly gone and the water vapor in the central USA is dissipating.

May 27, 2016
UNISYS Water Vapor Satellite of north and west hemisphere (click here for 12 hour loop - thank you)

The dissipating water vapor with both systems indicates the resolution of heat. There is always a chance there will be increased water vapor content with the sun rise and moving through the day. I doubt both systems will return to the status of yesterday.

The 12 hour loop will show the dissipation of heat while severe weather occurred in the USA last night. While tornadoes and hurricanes reduce heat, they are extreme measures in Earth's physics. Rain also cools Earth and the severe rain storms in Texas delivered significant cooling to the country's heat.

Current Temperature May 27, 2016

The current temperatures across the country is markedly different today. The west is somewhat different, but, the drastic change is the eastern half of the country where the severe weather existed.

The wind chill of the map below shows a significantly different change in temperature (F) Fahrenheit in the eastern USA. Some places is it 20 degrees cooler with the occasional 30 degree drop. Earth's physics works, but, under the high levels of CO2 the physics are extremely dangerous, takes lives and destroys infrastructure. 

The USA government was told about this exact change in Earth's physics, predicted the deaths and the destroyed infrastructure and the cost of such sincere concerns. Congress denied the facts and we are all stuck with day to day, moment to moment dangers.