Many Patriotic People Falsely Believe: “It Can’t Happen Here!”

Ronmamita's Blog


I periodically turn away from the social activities to focus inward…
This is not always preplanned, yet always rewarding.
The experience this time found me, at the height of the holiday season, away from friends and family, and away from the blogs, news media, and institutional events.
The institutional calendar year 2013 ends as the dawning of a new calendar year for 2014 approaches.
Again I am rewarded in focusing inward.
If indeed we, the People on Earth, are at the dawning of a new era, then we must be in the darkness of night, for it is known that the darkest hour is prior to the dawn of sunrise.
I see alternate possibilities as the institutions’ global game is revealed and their plots can be predicted. The fierceness of their activities are expected as they fear loosing the game.
However, there is more to reality than their…

View original post 329 more words

City Enacts Highest-In-Nation $15 Minimum Wage

Sheeple: People unable to think for themselves

As talk builds on Capitol Hill over hiking the federal minimum wage, one city in Washington state is poised to set the highest rate in the nation.

On Jan. 1, an estimated 1,600 hotel and transportation workers in SeaTac, Wash., will see their pay jump to $15 an hour, a 60 percent increase from the state’s $9.32 minimum wage.

While many workers look forward to the higher pay, employers are looking for ways to absorb the big increase in labor costs. Some plan on eliminating jobs.

“We’re going to be looking at making some serious cuts,” said Cedarbrook Lodge General Manager Scott Ostrander. “We’re going to be looking at reducing employee hours, reducing benefits and eliminating some positions.”

That’s in the short term. Eventually, those jobs and more are expected to return as the Cedarbrook Lodge looks to build an addition to the hotel. The plan is to increase revenue to…

View original post 298 more words

Serco mercenaries corporation sexual abuse scandal

Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video from Britain says about itself:

Women of Yarls Wood Detention Centre speak out

Published by Movement for Justice. This video was taken on Friday 27 September 2013 at a protest opposing the horrific and dangerous conditions faced by female asylum seekers being held at Yarls Wood Detention Centre.

By Trevor Johnson in Britain:

Women threatened with deportation after exposing sexual harassment at UK detention centre

31 December 2013

Women at the Yarl’s Wood immigration removal centre near Bedford, UK, have complained that they have been subjected to sexual exploitation by male members of staff employed by Serco, the private company that runs the centre.

At least two women who came forward as witnesses to abuses are now facing deportation, in what is widely seen as an attempt to silence them before they can give evidence against the alleged perpetrators.

Forty-year-old Afolashade Lamidi from Nigeria stated…

View original post 1,139 more words