That was the warning of the Founding Fathers gave us when passing along advise to keep this democratic experiment thriving forever into the future. Yet here we are, straddling the world in the most poorly organized empire the history has ever beheld, spending countless billions we don't have fighting proxy wars along the borders of our enemies.
Unless you have been living under a rock, I'm sure you're aware of the Russians sending soldiers into the Ukraine just days after a coup destabilized the former satellite state, declaring war on the nationstate in the fragile days following the popular ousting of their pro-Russian leader.
It's been a while since this website dove face first into a good conspiracy theory, our mind diverted by the siren song of fiction (Cletus T. Broshus: Monster Hunter, available in iBook April 1). If was a much needed break to be sure, and a whole lot safer than poking the Obama bear (as he has grown comfortable flouting his power as of late).
But today, while pumping breaks during afternoon stop 'n go, I happened upon a theory concerning our Nation's most recent heart wrenching tragedy that I just had to pass along.
Patrick Moore, the Canadian born co-founder of Greenpeace, environmentalist of note, and business consultant, testified before congress today and made a rather startling admission.
A disturbance in the Force, if you will… Sending psychic waves of negativity throughout our community; poisoning the minds of the rest standing there with their mere presence.
And it has to do with the End of the World.