Posts in ‘POLITICAL DIARY’ Category

Be a Trim-Tabber
for Peace, Truth, and Justice

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Are you stuck in your political activism? Are you looking for new ways to inform, rally, and remedy about the true story of 9/11? How can there be accountability for the crimes of 9/11? Can a shift in consciousness bring a shift in your effectiveness?

Journalist Joyce Lynn speaks to political activists, journalists, politicians, and other concerned citizens about how to find or create your path to transform democracy and bring justice and peace to our troubled world.

Joyce shares her experience and the stories of others who have called on the wisdom within to enhance efficacy as a trim-tabber for positive social change.

Dreams guided Joyce’s pioneering reporting on the role of oil in 9/11 and revealed other truths unavailable in the mainstream media. She has profiled women whose dreams have guided their activism including Ellen Mariani and Cindy Sheehan.

Read her posts under Political Diary in Plum Dreams Diary and watch the Plum Dreams Media video Dream Veritas! From Tragedy to Transformation.

Contact info@PlumDreams.com to book a lecture or speaking engagement.

Now is the time for you to be the bearer of  fact-based information, creative action, and transformational policy.

“A journalist must travel through a story by examining all the connections and interconnections between events and characters in order to arrive at ‘Truth.’ Joyce Lynn, well aware of journalism’s traditions and heritage, takes this approach one level deeper. She states that for a journalist, a writer, or indeed, any individual to know truth, one must examine all the events and characters in the ‘seen’ world against the backdrop of one’s ‘unseen,’ i.e. dream world. And, only when all these connections are made can one realize ‘Truth.’ – Carol S., Journalist, Northern California

ACTION AGENDA
Taming the NSA*

Monday, January 20th, 2014

* National Security {Spy} Agency

The U.S. has used 9/11 as the raison d’être to instigate endless war and sweeping police powers. Twelve years after the pivotal event, the death toll from wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and military actions in dozens of other countries is in the hundreds of thousands, the financial cost in the trillions of dollars.

Because of the revelations of Edward Snowden, Mark Klein, and other whistleblowers, we know the pervasive depth and breadth of the U.S. government’s surveillance of its citizens and elected officials and the citizens and officials of other countries.

The U.S. government has vacuumed up phone calls, emails, snail mail, internet searches– all forms of communication, often in collaboration with U.S. corporations. Now we learn this potentially lethal force is literally invading our homes, attaching spyware to our personal computers.

Remember, the firebombing of the Reichstag, the German parlaiment, on February 27, 1933, blamed on a communist, led to totalitarianism in Germany. It is time to confront the questions we ask about the German people during the Third Reich: How did the citizenry let this happen? What can we do to deter it? What will we do to stop it?

This Action Agenda on surveillance (and its ugly twin, wars of aggression) is intended to jumpstart your ideas and activism toward stemming the rising tide of fascism in the U.S.

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REMEMBERING ARTIST, ACTIVIST PAT CAREY

Monday, January 20th, 2014

Pat Carey, who died in May 2013 in San Francisco at age 93, was “one of the greatest peace activists and homeless advocates,” said Paul Bernardino of The People’s Investigation of 9/11, the Thomas Merton Peace & Social Justice Task Force, and www.stopthefourthreich.com. He credited Carey as a founder of the 9/11 Truth Movement as well as active with Food Not Bombs and in other progressive movements.

Born in New York City to emigrant parents, Carey was young when the family moved to Los Angeles. An artist, she worked for major Hollywood studios before moving to San Francisco and opening the Pat Carey Gallery. A biographical documentary A Portrait of Pat Carey explores Carey’s “vibrant” role in the San Francisco art scene.

Bernardino described Carey as part of “the inner circle of Mae Brussell’s anti-fascist movement.” Brussell was a Beverly Hills housewife when the assassination of President John Kennedy in 1963 and subsequent Warren Commission hearings woke her to the dark side of American politics.

“Brussell saw the international terrorist network comprising the Axis powers during World War Two had gone underground and continued their world-wide fascist campaign, overthrowing one country after another including America,” according to www.maebrussell.com the website established to preserve her work.

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