Thursday, December 1, 2016

Wishing they'd go home dapl protesters

Wishing they'd go home

No one makes this clearer than Robert Fool Bear Sr., 54, district chairman of Cannon Ball. The town he runs, estimated population of 840, is just a few miles from the action. It's so close that, given the faceoffs with law enforcement, you have to pass through a police checkpoint to reach it.
It's about time people heard from folks like him, he says.
Fool Bear has had it with the protesters. He says that more than two years ago, when members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe could have attended hearings to make their concerns known, they didn't care. Now, suddenly, the crowds are out of control, and he fears it's just a matter of time before someone gets seriously hurt.
Go down to the camps, he says, and you won't see many Standing Rock Sioux.
"It irks me. People are here from all over the world," he says. "If they could come from other planets, I think they would."
The presence of all these people has become a downright nuisance to his community, he says. Given the roadblocks, residents of Cannon Ball are often forced to go more than 40 miles out of their way.
Not long ago, he found three teenage girls from Ontario, Canada, camped out inside his storage shed. A white woman from Spokane, Washington, came to see him for help, saying she'd come here with nothing and her car had broken down. When he was at the casino recently, someone approached him about two young kids who were on their own because their parents had been arrested.
The situation has dissolved to madness, he says, and he wishes Dave Archambault II, the Standing Rock Sioux chairman, would speak up.
"If he had any balls, he'd tell [the protesters] to go home," Fool Bear says. -CNN

Friday, November 25, 2016

Facts DAPL Standing Rock Social Media Lies

There is a very small percentage of Native Americans that are actually from The Standing Rock Tribe that are participanting in this protest the leader of the tribe is suggesting that people leave the site and do not participate in the protest. Because it is causing friction in the community and the actions that have been caused by protesters are not what they stand for.
The violent protesters are from various areas of the country with very little education or history on events leading up to the installation of the pipeline and have no ties to The Standing Rock community and add nothing to the cause.
Then you have the paid protesters and anarchist sent here to cause harm. These  people are harbouring knives gunshots have already been fired at police and one women from Colorado was arrested for attempted murder. They have vandalized our community with graffiti and over 10 million in damages has been reported. Local ranchers whose livestock has been killed or mutilated, burned national Guard trucks, burning private farmland. Burning tires, started lighting vehicles and equipment on fire and dangerously blocking train tracks with a vechicle and trying to set it on fire. Blocking bridges and even ambulances. Stealing local ranchers cattle and the many other non-peaceful things that have been done here, sadly their peaceful message has been lost long ago. Many that come here to support the protesters end up leaving because they thought it was a peaceful protest. They are terrorizing  the local community and putting local law enforcement lives at risk by these peaceful protesters.
There are a lot of facts that lead up to the installation of this pipeline it is a real topic with real events and you can fact-check the lies expelled by social media.
The Standing Rock Tribe had the opportunity to show up at meetings over a course of several years and they did not.
Standing Rock was offered 32 million dollars to run the pipeline directly through the reservation they declined because they got greedy wanted more money. So they redirected 2 miles north of the reservation and that is where the main issue stems.
The pipeline runs 2 miles north of the reservation it is nowhere near any cemetery any sacred ground or historical artifacts. Plus, Standing Rock doesn't even get there water from the Missouri River . .. it is filtered in from a water treatment plant 70 miles aways.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Killing each other by their dark secrets while keeping up the Jesus facade

They are all slowly killing each other by the dark secrets they share. They band together to make the one that shed light on their dark secret look deplorable and crazy. But everything they speak is lies and really just a reflection of themselves.
They use religion, yes, their born again Jesus facade, to hide behind and deny the truth, while evil lurks in their hearts. Proclaiming they love Jesus, not knowing GOD is love. Love does not reside in their home and heart, always fearful wondering when and will the truth be exposed.
They shamefully band together and laugh at the person who exposed the truth, while secretly loathing themselves for what they have done. Secretly they despise each other, but must band together to keep their dark secret alive and well.
The darkness follows them everywhere while they excessively drink, eat, spend money and do drugs, and the list goes on and on.
Then when darkness falls upon them, they blame it on the devil or the person who exposed the truth. And all they are merely doing is avoiding the truth, the light. The evil and darkness you talk about is in you. You are the evil, the darkness, and lies you express.
The person or light that shines the light lives in peace knowing she did the right thing. She is walking a path of love in her heart. She would never wish to live in your darkness, to be accepted and used.
Her love, peace,and happiness can't be bought with evilness and money.
She feels pity for your soul and hopes the truth will set you free one day. Until then she has to follow her own path. Darkness and light cannot coexist.
Written by Sandra Schell Geiss

Monday, May 30, 2016

Child Protective Services is Motivated by Money NOT helping Children

Child Protective Services social workers must obey their supervisors. Your case is motivated by her supervisor’s desire to put more children in foster care, to bring federal funding into the county, and to justify her own job.
After all, if these people never found any children “in need of services” who they can place in the foster care system, there would be no need for their jobs and they’d all be laid off.
It is in their best interest to widen their definitions of child abuse and neglect, so they can take in more children, get more federal funding, and force parents through the multiple difficult hoops called a “service plan.”

Their supervisors review every case and they call the shots. If the social worker hasn’t moved to take your child, the supervisor may review the case and tell the social worker to return to your home with law enforcement and take your children. You place blame on the social worker (who is just trying to earn a paycheck) when it is a supervisor who made the decision to detain the children.

There are numerous abused and neglected children in foster care. Most do NOT have a voice in the foster care system. No one is speaking up for their needs and helping them during this emotionally difficult time and Child Protective Services only see these children as a paycheck and nothing more.

Here is a great article to read:
The Shame of Governmental Child Protection with Melody former CPS worker by Julian Griffen "Melody" (name changed at interviewee's request) worked for the Department of Family and Children Services (DFACS) for ten years. She started at the front desk while attending college at nights to obtain her degree, then worked in eligibility and child protective services. She transferred to another governmental agency three years ago.
 Click Here to Read

Take away their 'power' and make them accountable... If the feds, who fund these criminals, truly want to cut the budget, this would be a good place to start.  They need only cut funding to 'Child Protective Services', turning it over to the states, making it an expense in each state, as opposed to an 'income opportunity' in which states STEAL federal money, and just watch how dramatically the reports of 'child abuse' will go down all over the country!  It would be a WIN WIN for children who should be cherished as God's gift to us all!

The Shame of
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin 

The Shame of
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin 

The Shame of
Child Protection

with "Melody,"
a former CPS worker

by Julia Griffin 


Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Over emphasis of forgiveness for the offender overshadows the victims.

I want to continue sharing my journey as I am working on healing from being sexually abused and tortured at the age of 4 yrs old and now I am 50 yrs old. My story the in between, the messy part of healing from child sexual abuse. If my story can help just one person, then I have fulfilled my purpose here on earth.

I have been thinking a lot lately about what forgiveness really means. I think many don't really understand what forgiveness really means. We hear the words we need to forgive with very little understanding.
Over emphasis of forgiveness for the offender overshadows the victims. Don’t we have an obligation to victims, many of them voiceless who don’t have the resources to stand against abusers? Is this not the way the world gets safer? How much compassion and respect for life do we really have through this avoidance? It’s time to reframe forgiveness. To understand that the compassionate thing to do is not to let wrong-doers off the hook

Forgiveness  is not going to be the same for everyone.Here are 2 different scenarios,in my life towards forgiveness.

My dad was very abusive towards me. Daily beatings, he would beat me many times until I would pass out. I was able to forgive him while I was still in my 20's. When I no longer lived at home,the beatings stopped.He would come to visit me a lot and talk about his upbringing and it was very violent. He treated me the same way his dad treated him and because of my understanding of that and realizing he couldn't give me something that he didn't have to give. He did try to make it up to me. But, he had a lot of healing to do himself and he had to learn to forgive himself and love himself first. But at least he tried. He's dead now.He lost his life due to a work related accident. Im glad he shared his story with me it helped me eventually heal from the abuse I endured by his hands. But it did affect my life in a very negative way for a very long time.
I loved my dad. Even though I forgave him,I still hate the things he did to me. I will never look upon those memories all fluffy and with love. What he did to me was wrong,period.

 I just recently learned how to forgive my mom,and I am now 50 yrs old. She has not ever admitted to doing anything wrong. She wasn't so much physically abusive as she was emotionally and mentally abusive. She was a very good manipulator and liar. She was good at keeping my focus on my dad as being the bad guy and she was the poor victim in all of it. I received many beatings from my dad because of her lying and manipulation. I have a sister and 2 brothers who don't like me because of her lies. My mom is not the type of person who will take blame for anything,it is everyone's else fault.she will cover her tracks of what an awful mother she is. She talked very negatively and told many lies about me to family, friends and my oldest son.
I also know my mom was afraid of me, not afraid that I would do anything physical because I wouldn't. Afraid in the sense I would call her out on her lies and I didn't even do that in a mean way. I just wanted  to know why she would lie about me. She didn't like I saw right through her manipulation games.
Recently I forgave her, I don't feel nothing towards her only sad for her and that is it.

In each of these instances I eventually forgave and the forgiveness did not come before my healing. But the scars are still there and I am relearning a lot of things I was taught that actually where false and that is a journey in itself. I am Discovering who I really am and not the version of who they said I was.

I had to walk away from my family five plus years ago. Because while I am trying to move forward,my mom's sister tried to put me back into that box because that made them feel more comfortable. The more I climbed out of their box and was becoming my own  person the more they tried to manipulate me and lie to others. Because I know if I climbed out of the box and see things for what they really were,the truth just might be exposed and they were too comfortable in their darkness. I was the scapegoat for the family. No one every had to take responsibility for their actions,they just blamed it on me. Do I care anymore if they are still using me as a scapegoat or lying about me? Absolutely not.

So far on my road to forgiveness this what I have learned about forgiveness;

There is no quick fix to forgiveness. It is a process and some wounds heal faster than others.

Before I can forgive,I have to first learn to love myself and forgive myself for the past. Makes no sense to forgive others first. Like I have heard so many times, how can you love others if you don't love yourself? So that is why my healing comes above all others.

The need to remove toxic people so I can sort out the truth vs their lies of me.
Because they will try to keep me down at their level. Because that is where they feel comfortable.

Even after I am ready to forgive,the wounds can still be there and they need to be healed.

So, when you truly want to heal from the past,I believe you need to take forgiveness off the table and focus on your healing first.

I am going to be writing another article on this subject and write about where I am at in my forgiveness process with a few others.

I leave you with these powerful quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr. who thoroughly understood the detriment of staying quiet and inactive, and encouraged others to take a stand against what they thought was wrong, so as to save others from needless suffering at the hands of the ignorant and cruel and unconscious, while necessarily being true to themselves.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes:
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
“There comes a time when silence is betrayal.”
“I submit that an individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for the law.”
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
“History will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people.”
“The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict.”

Monday, March 14, 2016

Social Services ‪#‎DDS‬ ‪#‎CPS‬ of South Dakota think they are above the law

I have received many emails and PM's asking about my grand daughter. For the ones that don't know what has been happening, my grand daughter has been abused by the step- grandparent and possibly being molested by the grandfather.
I decided it was best not to talk about it too much here and on my blog lately. Because the hounds of hell and their followers are watching. I am still actively fighting for my grand daughter and going through the proper channels and getting the help to truly help her. The hounds of hell and their followers are manipulating and lying to somebody of the state of South Dakota. But, once this person finds out the truth, this person will not want to be associated with these people.
 If this person values their career they will not want to be associated with abusers or defending them. i would have no problem exposing this person to the public. Lori Fredericken and Lynne A Valenti Cabinet Secretary from the Dept. Social Services ‪#‎DDS‬ ‪#‎CPS‬ of South Dakota think they are above the law and think they are getting away with their lies and manipulation, as does the hound of hell and their followers. But, I'm hear to tell you, your NOT and your day of reckoning is upon you. My grand daughter deserves to live without fear and she will know she matters. She has a grandparent and many people she will know of that really care.. I am so sick of abusers getting away with abusing our children and it needs to end. Enough is Enough Already.