Allen West — A great american

I just read a post by Allen West.  I just thought I would share it with you…

 

Consider the irony as we draw close to the one-year anniversary of the Benghazi attack. President Obama says the use of chemical weapons in Syria threatens our national security and we have an obligation to act. In contrast, our US Consulate (sovereign American territory) was attacked in Benghazi, our Ambassador was killed along with Sean Smith and two former Navy SEALS (Ty Woods and Glenn Doherty) and the only indignation shown was over a video. Need I mention the ensuing lies? But where was the obligation to act in response to Benghazi? The events in Syria are horrific to be sure, but to dismiss the attack and loss of American lives in Benghazi is unconscionable.
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This video is posted on the Free Syrian Army’s facebook page and it clearly shows US backed rebels mounting and launching a chemical rocket at civilian targets withing Syrian, this proves it was not the Syrian government responsible, but our own allies in the civil war… This was found by Walid Shoebat, he’s a converted former palestinian muslim who has written extensively on middle eastern culture and muslim hatred toward Jews and Christians. He’s an insider…

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack

EXCLUSIVE: Syrians In Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack.

I just thought I would pass this info along to those who love freedom and justice and hate socialism and manipulation and criminal government actions.  I can see now that this a manufactured false flag excuse for the US to attack Syrian government targets.

Why do you suppose the United States is backing Al-Queda led rebel forces in this war?  The same reason Obama backed the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Libya.  The same reason they covered up Ben Ghazi, as then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked Congress, “What does it matter?”

Is this why Barry Soetoro *cough* I mean Barack Obama put out an obviously faked long form birth certificate on the whitehouse.gov web page?  Is this why he still to this day refuses to release his college records?  Is this why students who were in the same law program at Harvard at the same time that Barry Soetoro supposedly attended have no memory of him in their classes?

I ask that people share this information before it is suppressed by the government.  The more people who are aware of this, the harder it will be for Barack Obama to commit war crimes.  I have long suspected this man to be a threat to America, even as he spoke in the DNC when GWB ran against John Kerry.  You know how sometimes you get that gut feeling in your stomach that something is wrong?  I had that feeling then, but had no proof or evidence to back up that feeling.  I can see now that my feelings were justified.

You can take from this what you want, but if you value freedom and the Republic within which we now still live, you will do what you can and what it takes to uphold our freedom, liberty and democracy before it is too late.  Those who fail to act while they still can, have only themselves to blame when they find themselves trapped under an oppressive regime that came about because of the complacency of the masses.

That is all.

Walking on a cloud

Today I was messing around with my ipad and I discovered some things I can do with it I was not previously aware of. I had been using evernote very little on my iphone. I am not especially busy, however that is quickly changing. I am being given a lot more responsibility at church. Our church is getting a van and I will be the driver. I will need to keep track of my passengers names, phone numbers, and addresses. I am also going to need to keep notes and remember lots of information.

I am also going to need to be able to blog from remote locations. Therefore I just downloaded WordPress for ipad. This is going to come in very handy as I move forward with my blog.

Finally, I downloaded the web clipper for Evernote. It allows me to save snippets of text, photos, articles, and even whole pages. This is going to be super huge to keep track of information as I research information for my blog.

Well that’s it for today. Stay tuned, lots more to come.

Sunday Morning

It’s early, around 6:37 AM.  I’m on my first cup of coffee.  I’ve been fiddling around with my facebook and youtube channel already.  I managed to copy the new worship video I made to my thumb drive and it’s all ready to go for church today.  I’ve also managed to feed and water my cat, his name is Velcro.  I named him that because he is a clingy little monster and he is stubborn as a mule.  He loves his daddy. 

It’s been a good while since I have spent any time writing, so you will forgive me if I am not quite up to speed with this.  I have thought long and hard on what kind of a blog I would like to make.  I can’t really seem to narrow my focus down to one thing.  I’ve decided to make it about whatever is on my mind, at any given time, on any given day.  Hopefully someone else will love it.  I’ve heard a good writer say once, “If you enjoy reading what you write, there is a good chance someone else out there will to”

I think that’s the best advice I have ever been given.

This has been a really funky summer for Cybrdroyd.  I am usually out riding my bike.  I haven’t felt motivated to do so this year.  I somehow managed to build a new pc however.  It’s still not quite finished.  I’m saving my money for a pair of video cards my friend Redmaxx is selling me.  He has been extremely helpful in the design and building of my new rig.  I’ve bought most of the parts from him.  He’s an extreme fps gamer, while I tend to gravitate toward the rpgs and mmos and strategy titles.  You know, thinking man’s games. 

This year I have come a long way in terms of my own personal spiritual journey.  Last year I was a raving alcoholic.  Oh it started out all innocent and harmless.  A few beers at a barbecue here and there, a six pack at home while playing video games.  I had stepped down from teaching bible studies because I knew my heart wasn’t quite where it should be.  I was dealing with a lot of past hurts.  Things I don’t wish to discuss, honestly.  It is what it is. 

December of last year it all came to a head.  I was stocking my freezer with Yaeger and Goldschlager, and my fridge was packed with PBR’s, and there were stacks of empty beer cases on my porch.  I knew it was time to stop. At least for a while.  So, on New Year’s Eve, I made a spur of the moment decision to dump all my alcohol down the sink.  I resolved not to drink in 2013.  I texted my church brother Brad to give him the news.  A little while later, he showed up with another brother from church, Tonto, to celebrate my sobriety.  He had bottles of sparkling grape juice, noise makers and some cheesy new years eve hats to celebrate the occasion.  It was one o’clock in the morning on New Year’s and the three of us were having a blast on grape juice!

Truthfully, that meant a lot to me.  Someone out there cared enough to want to celebrate my new beginning.  It went a long way in helping me stay on track, and to stay sober.  I was accountable to them now.  They themselves have had their own battles with substance abuse.  They now had a stake in my recovery.  I owe something to them, not just to me. 

I learned a long time ago about the power of confession.  I’ve done things in my life that I am truly ashamed of.  I discovered that if I confess my sins to my brethren, that satan can no longer torment me with the guilt.  It’s so true.  I spent years feeling like a horrible person inside for some of the things I have done, things that hurt someone I was deeply infatuated with.  Hateful things.  I shared my story with a close friend, and she just edified me so much for doing it.  I was convinced she would never speak to me again if I shared what I had done.  Quite the opposite.  That moment set me free. 

There was another friend I chose to share my story with.  He reacted the same way.  It felt very good to get those things off my chest.  However, later on, that same friend would use the information against me in the middle of a heated argument, he would use it to hurt me.  He is no longer my friend.  I discovered I could no longer trust him.  It’s sad because I really thought he was a cool guy.  Honestly he’s kind of a dick. 

So, here we are, it’s 7:08 AM, and I am on my second cup of coffee.  I’m about to wrap this thing up.  I am looking forward to service today.  Pastor Scott will have some good spiritual food for us, as always.  I have a new worship video I put together yesterday with the help of my good friend Krissy.  I also managed to find my thumb drive with some more videos I had done before.  God is so good. 

He is truly a god of second chances.  Proverbs 24:16 says a righteous man falls seven times and rises again.  Today I feel like the phoenix rising from the ashes.  Good things are coming my way.  I may not feel it, and I may not see it this day, but one day soon it will come.  I will have my prayers answered.  For now though, I put my hand to the plow, and I just keep putting one foot in front of the other and just keep on going.  I don’t know what tomorrow will bring, but I know one thing.  God will bring me through whatever challenges I may face.  I am confident in this. 

I will see you very soon. 

Welcome!

Hello and welcome to Cybrdroyd’s Funky Labs.  This is my first blog post.

I guess I should tell you who I am and why I am here.  I am Christian first and foremost.  I believe in God, I believe He sent His son Jesus to live and die for us so that we might live for Him, and that He rose again on the third day, and forty days later He ascended to Heaven and is now seated at the right hand of the Father.  He forever lives to make intercession for us.   I also am Karismatic, which simply means I believe in all the gifts of the Holy Spirit, which begins with the baptism of the Holy Spirit and Fire as established in the book of Acts.  This is the gateway to all the gifts of the Spirit as outlined in 1 Corinthians chapter 12 through 14.  I am not ashamed of it, and I make no apologies for it.  Great, now that’s out of the way, moving on…

I consider myself a political conservative nowadays.  I was once a staunch republican, however now I have drifted into Libertarianism I believe.  I feel like the Republican Party has done us a huge disservice by making themselves more like the Democratic Party.  Therefore I’ve lost respect for them as a rule.  I am siding with the likes of Ron Paul who is a member of the republican party, but you and I both know he’s a libertarian, as is his son Rand Paul.  Like them, I believe in less government, more freedom for the people.  I believe people naturally wish to be free to persue life, and happiness as they see fit, and worship as they see fit, and earn their living as they see fit, without governmental interference.  I believe government agencies like the EPA and FDA are stacked with corporate execs leaving their posts temporarily in order to effect some change in regulation that benefits only them and their corporations, not anyone else, and then they leave.  Replacing them are more corporate types doing the same things.  I believe this corporate takeover has spilled over into our military, the IRS, the CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, and even our foreign policy.  Alright, enough of that…

I am an avid computer enthusiast.  I love computer gaming.  I love mmos, rpgs, strategy games, and cyberpunk.  I am not a huge fan of fps games, but I will play them from time to time because my best friend likes them, I do it for him mostly.  I’m not the twitchy trigger happy type.  I also love racing games.  Not Mario Kart mind you, but more like Grand Tourismo, Nascar 2013, and Forza 4 games and the like.  Right now I am focused on Star Wars the Old Republic Online (SWTORO).  I played at launch and found it to be a let-down because I was a fan of Star Wars Galaxies, and hoped this game would be like that.  It wasn’t.  So, a year later, I am giving SWTORO another whirl, and so far I am enjoying it.  Enough about gaming…

I like cycling.  I ride throughout the summer, most summers.  However this summer I seem to be in a funk and haven’t quite managed to dig myself out of it.  I’m a bit sad and lonely, and right now I have little hope that it will change any time soon.  I need to get out of that, but so far I have not managed to.  So, my bike sits on my porch collecting dust this year.  I imagine it is sad and lonely too. 

I love motorcycles.  Not just any motorcycles, I like choppers.  Not just any choppers, I like the bobbers.  You know the ones.  Fat tires, single seater, stripped down naked with just the bare minimum parts to make it go, and by all means, no bags, and no windshields.  That’s for old farts wearing do-rags and wolf t-shirts and ugly mustaches.  Thats not me. 

So, there you have it.  I guess I should also mention I am 46 (soon to be 47) years of age, I have deformity that has left me with short arms, I am overweight, and I seem to be having a mid-life crisis. 

The reason I am here is because I love to write.  I learned of WordPress as I was downloading Windows Movie Maker, and I thought I should give this blogging thing a whirl and see what happens. 

So, that’s it.  I hope you enjoy my blog.