Oh yeah! This is the truth! :)

Oh, yeah! It surely is the Truth! The narc-psychopath stalking me and invading my privacy (hacking into my computers and phone) keeps spreading all over the Internet that I’m a liar, I make up conspiracy theories, and I harass others. THIS all coming from a monster who is “pathological liar”, “master manipulator”, “master of disguise” (with his countless ‘fake’ and alias accounts), etc., etc.. These N’s/P’s just love to project onto their victims that which THEY are guilty of themselves. Because I refuse to keep silent about his profound stalking and invasion of my privacy, well then I indeed AM the worst woman on the face of the earth because I am and will continue to be the seeker and teller of Truth, which translates into me being his worst nightmare!

Madeline Scribes


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Jimmy Carter: Unchecked Political Contributions Are ‘Legal Bribery’

The corruption going on in the US continues to progress all in favour of big corporations and those in their pocket, while the country as a whole continues to digress and deteriorate. As far as running for any political office, there should be NO issue in regards to the amount of money one has or can get their hands on. There should be in place a “general campaign fund” that ALL those wishing to run for office may use from, with an equal amount allowed among all the candidates. This way, NO one, NO big business will have the ability to influence ANY particular politician. We can’t ever make a major overhaul of the current failing system with the crooks in place, because all the crooks have all the money or access to all the money!

..And the lobbying of DC, is nothing more than more of the same, big business gaining favours through their money they use to “buy favours” and influence how this country is run and the laws made. Lobbying should be made illegal. The average American can’t afford to lobby, so how can this be right? Or allowed? Big businesses have all the say and are yet again, running this country… IN THE GROUND!
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The Day Women of the Congo Seized Control of the Internet

Incredibly amazing women heroes! There’s so much “positiveness” emanating from their bravery and determination. So many of us live in our “safe little bubbles” and lament about how bad we have it, myself included at times I admit shamefully. But when you learn of what “REAL BAD” is, it awakens you to realising how fortunate you really are, inflates the humility and deflates the ego, and instigates a greater sense of genuine gratitude.

This is also a prime example of just how important it is to work to make sure the Internet is free and freely accessible for and by ALL people “around the world” and should never be controlled or allowed to be controlled by ANY select group, whether they be of/by governments, organisations, corporate or social media giants, etc.. The one platform available that ALL should be able to connect, share, communicate, and unite on is the Internet. The Internet is the ONE tool these women had/have that is “enabling their voices and cries for help” to be heard.
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Fiscal Cliff Debate Will Lead To More Battles, New Problems

Personally, I think they should all leave their party affiliation outside the door and forget which party they are affiliated with when they take on the issues. This would help. After all, this is not about Dems or Reps and which one wins or loses. It’s about what is best FOR America, period. When party affiliation takes precedence over “America” and her people, then there is a serious problem. The bottom line in this whole fiasco is one party is refusing to give the other party any honest to goodness, genuine consideration if a good plan of action is thought of. Each party blames the other for what’s wrong and so, the ongoing saga continues, while the rest of America has to foot the bill and bear the brunt of the consequences of the political “stage show”.
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