Obama’s Alliance Foundation – A Blunder of Racism

A new, old organization is being tauted by Obama and his contingent of keepers; Bloomberg and Soros. It’s called the new and improved My Brother’s Keeper Alliance. Because the old one didn’t take. Backed by $80 million – to start – it can’t lose… or can it?

What happened to the Foundation he started in 2014?

Obama is focused on the; ‘tragic history in the US which makes it tougher for some to succeed…” History? I am a woman. We were property in history. White men were persecuted in the UK for their faith and banished. White men were ostracized for their debt and imprisoned, only to be shipped to Australia. History? I’m sorry, but history is over. The reason certain minorities succeed and other’s fail has been proven over and over again – family.

His new and improved foundation uses the acronym – MBK. But when I looked it up, MBK already exists and has since 1999. It too is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). It’s logo and site are copyrighted. It’s purpose is to help minorities who have health issues they need to overcome. Initially, HIV was the focus.

There would appear to be a copyright infringement here…

Obama’s site was uploaded in 2015. It’s aim focus’s exclusively on men and boys – no women allowed club. It is exclusive to boys of color, so whites are specifically excluded. I went through the website and still could not find exactly what they do. They have ‘documents’ posted online that encourage businesses to hire ‘men of color’. And they ask for donations. I just don’t see what they do with the money except maybe write more PR documents.

I have a background in business and generally when one launches a new business there is a past, a track record, and a business plan of ‘action’. But this Alliance has none of this – no history, no proven track record, and no plan of action. They just want – money because the $80 million has vanished?

Playing with the statistics: In 2013, about 40 percent of whites between the ages of 25 and 29 had a bachelor’s degree or more, compared to about 20 percent of blacks, 15 percent of Hispanics and 58 percent of Asians, according to data from the Current Population Survey. Blacks make up 12% of the US population. Given these stats, 20% of the 12% should be represented in businesses – 2.4%.

So let’s take a look at the NFL: Of the 175 cornerbacks in the league, 170 are black. At running back, 107 of the 120 players are African-American. White players account for 27.7 percent of the NFL rosters.

In the NBA, 35.7% of all professional employees are people of color. But wait – only 12% of the US population is black, therefore whites are unjustly discriminated against in this venue. And 47% of head coaches are people of color. In the category of players, the discrimination gets even greater – 76% of all NBA players are African-American.

Does this mean we must require the NBA and NFL to alter their drafts so as to be less discriminatory?

No. Forcing coaches to hire more whites from a pool of applicants knowing that it could cost them the championship, is absurd. Forcing businesses to hire blacks from a pool of applicants when the qualifications are non-existent, is absurd. Every time we make ‘race’ the problem, we are creating the problem. It is not about race, it is about poverty and education. It is about family and values.

You can’t lift people out of poverty without education. You can’t lift people out of anger and crime when the value system of the family does not exist.

Statistics also don’t measure a person’s heart. For example, my ex-husband’s sister was a verifiable brainiac. She got a very prestigious degree from Stanford. She ‘chose’ to use that degree to teach high school. Income, for her, was not a measure of success. For her, teaching was the success.

Look no further for an example of minority success than to Asians in the US. They have a divorce rate of about 8-10% compared to African-Americans who have a significantly higher divorce rate as well as a significantly higher rate of children born out of wedlock. (And before you go there – no, the solution is not more condoms.) Asians have a lower unemployment rate – even compared to whites. They have the highest rate of income and education of any racial group in the US. Their value structure is about family, provision, and education. It works.

The solution is education. Education in school, but also education about values, morality, marriage, parenting and ethics. It is not about forcing businesses to hire a person based on race. It is about bringing everyone to the line of ability.

So what is the focus of this new and improved Foundation? Division. Race. Gender. Hardly a promotion of anything of value.

Hillary vs. Hillary

The media keeps hyping how Hillary is ahead in ‘the polls’. But they don’t mention what poll nor do they say how they phrased the question. For example, if they were to ask, “Of all the Democrats running for president, who would you vote for?” Ummm, she’s the only one running, so I guess that would definitely put her in the lead…

So, what are you supposed to do if you are a democrat or liberal and you can’t stand Hillary?

Where are her Democratic contenders? Has she made a ‘Pac’ with the Devil to keep all other democratic candidates away, denouncing competition? She could compare notes with Kim Jong-un who garnered 100% of the votes, of course he was the only one running, and if you didn’t vote chances are you were shot.

Biden certainly doesn’t conjure up any sense of reality, he’s too easy to laugh at instead of with. But the problem is, no one really wants to spend the money knowing in advance they can’t contend against Hillary’s Soros funded Pacs and bank accounts. Perhaps the agenda is to keep the pool clean. To not dilute the oil with vinegar. And they may be right. One of the problems with Republicans is that too often they divert votes from a party win by having too many candidates spreading a thin layer amongst each. And when the dust settles on one, all the losers have to pretend they like the winner after throwing mud every which way.

As it stands now, there are three Republicans running against one Democrat with a potential run of three additional Democrats and NINE Republicans. I’m already weary in anticipation of the television ads, the rhetoric, the in-fighting, the glossy headlines, the fake smiles, the jabs and jaunts and overload of media deciphering content that is basically – meaningless. UGH!

Who is the biggest winner? The media of course, because they sell all the advertising spots! The money rolls. It certainly would save money to have just one candidate running… Just kidding!

With so much ugliness surrounding her recently, Hillary would seem doomed from the getgo, so what keeps her afloat? Media manipulation, lots of coaching, some plastic surgery, and probably a life coach to help soften that hardline, don’t give a damn attitude.

Re-creating Hillary. Who will she be now?

Apparently, she is targeting the young voters, although I think that’s a mistake. I would think she was far too much like the nasty grandma who pinches your cheek and makes young people cringe. Anyway, as such, her primary issues include: LGBT rights, marijuana, immigration, climate change and education.

A. **Education: 1) increase Pell grants to $10,000 after a person completes a year of ‘national service’. 2) Allow students to refinance loans at lower rates.

What is ‘national service’? Serving in the military. How can students refinance? Not sure yet.

B. **Climate Change: 1) carbon tax (carbon = coal, petroleum and natural gas), and 2) research.

Problem. Non carbon footprints include; wind, sun, hydroelectric and nuclear. Today 70% of electricity is produced using fossil fuels, 50% from coal and 20% from natural gas. Therefore the carbon tax would transfer to electricity as well.

Problem 2: Nuclear waste. We have yet to find of valid and safe method of disposal. We currently have over 88 nuclear facilities in operation with 5 more coming on in the next few years. Young people are hugely concerned about nuclear, especially given the most recent implosion in Japan and the fallout. Selling young people nuclear, is an uphill battle.

And research? I think we’re a bit over uncontrolled research projects that waste immeasurable dollars. Yuck.

C. **Pot: she wants more – research…

D. **LGBT: Advocate.

E. **Immigration: She wants to wave a wand and make everyone here – legal. Problem? What happens to all the people that are in the trials of getting through legally? What happens to those people today, tomorrow and the next day? Do you just open the gates to anyone and everyone unilaterally?

The Ghouls that are out of the closet and following her include:

  1. having upwards of eight to ten different email addresses that she used while Secretary of State illegally.

  2. Benghazi – a mess that caused numerous deaths – conceivably at her hands.

  3. Using an aide while in the White House as Secretary of State who was on two payrolls (illegally) and who has potential ties to the Muslim Brotherhood

  4. operating a foundation that has all sorts of shadowy chemtrails involving Middle East agenda’s the Ukraine agenda and little to no evidence of true charity

  5. advanced age and potential undisclosed health problems

  6. lies unfolding more often that challenge her credibility

Who likes Hillary? Hollywood certainly, she represents the proverbial ‘Queen’. She plays the ‘poor me’ candidate with historical reference to Bill’s dalliances. She has a powerhouse of money backing her. She represents something new – a woman president. Although it isn’t new really like she’s making history. Females who are world leaders include; Brazil, Bangladesh, Argentina, Germany, Liberia, Denmark, Lithuania, Kosovo, Jamaica, – there are 22!

It would be prudent to review why Hillary lost to Obama. The most glaring reason that might encompass a number of faults would be that she was simply too arrogant. She assumed the win would belong to her. And that arrogance follows her much like the dustbowl that follows the character in the Peanuts comic strip, Pigpen.

Once, after bathing and dressing in clean clothes, “Pig-Pen” stepped outside his house, and instantaneously became dirty and disheveled, whereupon he declared to Charlie Brown, “You know what I am? I’m a dust magnet.”

TETHERED – Government Trafficking Targets Homeschoolers

Why is the government targeting certain families and abducting their children?

In this blog I will discuss Home Schooling as just one of the targets:

In Germany and Sweden it is illegal to homeschool children – and as a result some of these families have fled to the US and Canada. Worldwide, homeschooling is illegal in 31 countries, mostly socialist, communist and Islamic. But even as homeschool refugees seek asylum and safety in the US, they are shocked to find a hostile reception. Why?

Target: Many of the children targeted by the Department of Social Services for abductions are homeschooled. Why?

The movement to homeschool is growing. For some families it is in response to the idea that our education system in the US dummies down our children. In addition, it is believed our system provides a biased view of the world and undermines values that these families embrace.

Contrary to popular opinion, homeschoolers tend to fair better than students in public schools. Homeschooled students have been shown to score 15-30 percentile points higher than public schooled children on standardized achievement tests. They score higher on ACT and SAT tests. And their scores are not reflective of the education of the parents. Those that argue against homeschool claim that they miss out on social interaction and extracurricular activities provided in the public system. But this is the same public system that continues to cut art, PE, and music from their curriculum. The same system that charges extra fees for books, scholar magazines, toilet paper, tissue paper, lab fees, field trip fees, teacher fees, registration fees, etc… Extra fees can easily add up to $1000-$1200 per year per child. While the federal government spends about 2% of it’s budget on education, the states ante in 13-35%. As of 2011, the average cost per student in public schools was $12,608 (not including the fees parents pay).

When did the Department of Education become so aggressive? When did they gain power?

In their infancy, the DOeD had little to no role in implementing education criteria or policies. Jimmy Carter thought otherwise and in 1979 created the DOE Act which effectively gave the federal government more control over individual state mandates. Carter, a member of the Trilateral Commission that was established by David Rockefeller in 1973, was an advocate for greater government control. One area of concern to this policy of globalization was our youth. Our youth were an obstacle that needed to be harnessed. Our youth were susceptible, open, and vulnerable. To parley that vulnerability, Carter felt that the place to mold perception was in the school system.

When Reagan was elected he cut the budget for the DOE, but their role was planted.  In 1979, the budget was $12 billion, today that number has burgeoned to $70+ billion. For 2015, the federal government estimates it will spend $149 billion for education. Add in state and local dollars and the figure blows up to $922.6 billion! And it’s still a broken system.

So how’s that workin for ya?

The primary role of DoeD is to provide and administer financial assistance to education and collect data on schools. But that role has been breeched. When the DoeD paid for and guided the design of the Common Core Initiatives, they breeched their boundaries of non-interference. While states could choose not to be a part, they would lose money as a result. Money was the incentive, not the system.

As it has unfolded, Common Core has shown to embrace values that are not consistent with many families and thus acts to encourage a separation. Parents and students are more stressed by the changing curriculum.  States continue to back out.  And teaching has become secondary to test taking.

So, how does The Common Core stand up to SAT scores? Well, we won’t really know because as of 2016, the SAT exam will be completely revised. One of the key changes, “Scoring does NOT deduct points for incorrect answers. Students are encouraged to select the best answer to every question.”

So why does the government target home schooled children?

Because they undermine the mass globalization of education to a level that they determine is appropriate. Because they represent a threat to freedom of thought. Because they cannot be controlled. Because their very belief system, their values and their core would not necessarily align with what the government wants them to believe is Truth.