Greetings, my friends. There are many people in the motivational field who fear to tread into the political world. I suppose it shouldn’t be surprising, given the political mindsets that permeate our debate today and the broader societal desire “not to talk about those things.” That’s precisely why I do, occasionally, talk about them on this blog.
Going back to 2008, I’ve written supportively of politicians as diverse as Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich, Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard, and Marianne Williamson. These candidates, if you dig a little, have a few things in common.
They’re outsiders in the truest sense, they bring unique perspectives, they’re authentic, and they’re people-focused. They are not bought into the DC-NY-LA nexus that seeks to run The United States by divisive, false narratives that ultimately benefit the few of over the many and have made our foreign policy a complete disaster.
I have not chosen a candidate yet for 2020. However, as I see candidates giving speeches or presenting visions that I view to be forward-looking, game-changing and authentic, I will be sharing those messages and commenting on them.
Yesterday Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) gave a speech and took questions from a crowd in San Francisco. I find Tulsi’s zen and cerebral demeanor a great starting point, but it’s what she says that matters. Because she is challenging mainstream thinking, they’ve spared no effort in trying smear and corner her when she’s gone on mainstream news and entertainment shows. She’s kept her cool and continued to make her astute points.
She’s seen first-hand the devastation caused by a foreign policy that no one in DC-NY-LA even questions any more. She speaks passionately and with great vision on this topic. She’s talking about nothing less than the peace dividend promised to the American people at the end of the fist Cold War, but deferred back to the Military Industrial Complex to fight the “War on Terror.”
I dare you to listen to this talk with an open-mind and not find yourself nodding in agreement throughout. As I said, I haven’t picked my candidate for 2020 yet. However, you can can count me as a fan of Tulsi Gabbard and her message of Aloha!
Ray is the founder of The Affirmation Spot, co-founder of 6 Sense Media, and author Anunnaki Awakening.