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Notes on Forestalling Social Unrest in California . by Alice B. Clagett *

Written on 12 April 2018; published on 6 December 2019

  • THOUGHTS ON PROVIDING STAGE ONE WORK FOR THE CALIFORNIA HOMELESS AT LESS THAN MINIMUM WAGE, IN EXCHANGE FOR SOCIAL SERVICES
    • Prison Work Programs for Less Than a Dollar an Hour
      • Prison Release Work Camps.
    • A Stage One Consideration in Employing California’s Homeless at Less Than the Minimum Wage
  • THOUGHTS ON SLOWING THE SPREAD OF HIV AND AIDS IN PRISONS
    • On Isolating HIV-Positive Prison Populations in Cell Blocks, Together with HIV-Positive Prison Guards
    • Conjugal Visits
  • HUMAN TRAFFICKING OF IMMIGRANTS TO THE UNITED STATES, COMPARED TO THAT IN CHINA
    • How China Deals with an Influx of Minimally Employable People from North Korea
    • How the United States Deals with an Influx of Minimally Employable People from Mexico
  • CONCLUSION

Dear Ones,

I wrote up these notes in April 2018, with a hope that I would soon finish them off. More than a year later, I have to figure I may never get round to that. I apologize to my reader that they are presented here in outline state …

THOUGHTS ON PROVIDING STAGE ONE WORK FOR THE CALIFORNIA HOMELESS AT LESS THAN MINIMUM WAGE, IN EXCHANGE FOR SOCIAL SERVICES

I have a thought that Stage One work might be provided the California homeless at less than minimum wage, in exchange for social services such as State One housing, necessary medical treatment, food, and temporary housing.

I note we have precedents in paying less than the minimum wage, here in America: Commission sales work, work on small farms, and newspaper delivery, for instance …

Link: “When Must Employers Pay the Minimum Wage?, updated by Sachi Barreiro, Attorney, at NOLO … https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/employers-pay-minimum-wage-law-29600.html ..

Prison Work Programs for Less Than a Dollar an Hour

Link: “How Much Do Incarcerated People Earn in Each State?” by Wendy Sawyer, 10 April 2017, in Prison Policy Initiative … https://www.prisonpolicy.org/blog/2017/04/10/wages/ ..

Thus we have a precedent, in the exceptional circumstance of incarceration, for offering work at a great deal less than the minimum wage. Could we build upon this precedent by offering work training to our felons or released felons or homeless, at far less than minimum wage?

If the precedent might be stretched in this way, then we might have the setting for an economic bounce-back, here in California, as greater numbers of the currently unemployed are able to find employment.

Prison Release Work Camps. I am thinking that something like this might be good if, for lack of funds, we have to release the prison population. For those who are ‘unregenerate’ … to use an old-time term … work camps might be set up or ‘rough and tumble’ work might be provided as an alternative to imprisonment, at greatly less than the minimum wage. This topic I discussed in a little more detail here …

Link: “Ought the United States, like North Korea, Have Forced Labor?” by Alice B. Clagett, published on 21 May 2019 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-cQw ..

A Stage One Consideration in Employing California’s Homeless at Less Than the Minimum Wage

Here is a Stage One consideration: Let’s try to figure out some way to get around the minimum wage, for people who are unhomed, and who are receiving extra social services, in the event the United States government is not able to participate, here in California, in ameliorating the situation, and easing the social unrest.

For instance, could we offer something more akin to prison labor … voluntary labor, and a very small wage, in exchange for housing and food and medical care? Could we offer that, in camps especially set up for that?

What would be the long-term situation with regard to those that California cannot now find work for at minimum wage, and who must find work? If employment at less than minimum wage in exchange for social services were to be offered as a temporary, short-term Phase One, then what would be Phases Two and Three?

THOUGHTS ON SLOWING THE SPREAD OF HIV AND AIDS IN PRISONS

On Isolating HIV-Positive Prison Populations in Cell Blocks, Together with HIV-Positive Prison Guards

In United States prisons, HIV tests might be used to separate the HIV-positive prison populations … and the HIV-positive prison guards … physically, from those prisoners and guards who are HIV-negative. These tests need to be performed every 6 months, as I understand it, and also one month after possible exposure to the virus. HIV tests might be made routine in prison medical facilities, not only for the safety of prisoners and guards, but also for the sake of the infectible law-abiding populations upon whom prisoners might prey, either as prostitutes or as sexual predators, after their release.

Conjugal Visits

I think that, to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS amongst United States prison populations, we ought to consider allowing conjugal or significant other visits in our federal prisons, and in those state prisons that currently do not do so.

Conjugal visits might lead to less intercourse amongst inmates, and less intercourse between inmates and prison guards, so that HIV might spread more slowly amongst the prison population. I feel that conjugal visits might also lead to less violence amongst prisoners.

Such a policy also might help prisoners who have been in long-time-paired relationships to preserve those relationships while imprisoned. It might help families stay together through the financial hardship of imprisonment of a parent, and that might positively affect community life.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING OF IMMIGRANTS TO THE UNITED STATES, COMPARED TO THAT IN CHINA

I have been perusing the “CIA World Factbook” online …

Link: “World Factbook,” by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) … https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ ..

… and have found it full of information pertinent to forestalling social unrest in California. For instance, from my reading, it seems to me that the human trafficking of immigrants to China from North Korea in our lifetime is, in some ways, analogous to the human trafficking of immigrants to the United States from Mexico.

How China Deals with an Influx of Minimally Employable People from North Korea

Apparently, there are masses of people in North Korea, whom the government forces into forced labor in China …

“… North Korea does not fully comply with minimum standards for the elimination of [human] trafficking and is not making significant efforts to do so; the government continued to participate in human trafficking through its use of domestic forced labor camps and the provision of forced labor to foreign governments through bilateral contracts; officials did not demonstrate any efforts to address human trafficking through prosecution, protection, or prevention measures; no known investigations, prosecutions, or convictions of trafficking offenders or officials complicit in trafficking-related offenses were conducted; the government also made no efforts to identify or protect trafficking victims and did not permit NGOs to assist victims (2015) …” –from Link: “CIA World Factbook, North Korea,” in the section: Transnational Issues … Subheading: Trafficking in personshttps://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/geos/kn.html … public domain

Korean people also may flee to China of their own free will so as to escape starvation …

“… risking arrest, imprisonment, and deportation, tens of thousands of North Koreans cross into China to escape famine, economic privation, and political oppression … –from Link: “CIA World Factbook, North Korea,” in the section: Transnational Issues … subheading: Disputes – International https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/geos/kn.html … public domain

Those types of labor available to trafficked peoples sometimes may be beneath the level of misery that is acceptable here in the United States …

Link: “Trafficking in Persons Report June 2017,” by United States of America Department of State … https://www.hsdl.org/?view&did=801874This is a pdf download.

It might be prostitution. It might be illegal activities such as theft. It might be begging. They might be held by gangs that are ‘beneath the law’ and forced to be members of those gangs. This, to me, is unacceptable.

How the United States Deals with an Influx of Minimally Employable People from Mexico

The situation with immigrants from North Korean to China is analogous, in some regards, to the situation with immigrants from Mexico to the United States. Immigrants from Mexico are not forced by the United States government into inhumane kinds of labor, but they may find themselves in those kinds of situations … living In dug-out caves in the Earth, for instance. And doing seasonal, migrant labor. Or young women or children may find themselves forced into lives of prostitution by pimps.

One thing we might look at, going forward, is how job training might be offered new immigrants, here in the United States, so as to broaden the scope of job opportunities for which they are eligible. This type of job training is doubly beneficial: It helps raise the living standard of immigrants; and it helps lessen the spiritual burden of human trafficking in the United States and uplift our nation through good works in our community.

The philanthropy we offer those caught in the throes of human trafficking is a kindness we offer our children as well, for they will look forward to a better educated community through whose informed choices may be sculpted a brighter tomorrow for all America.

CONCLUSION

In conclusion, I feel that Los Angeles in particular, due to such stressors as homelessness and released felons, faces the spectre of social unrest at present. What to do? I feel we must look at what other countries do when faced with these stressors. We must not turn away from innovative solutions simply because we feel they are beneath us, as Americans.

I feel it is because we feel this: that the lesser good we are able to provide the homeless and released felons is beneath us, and unworthy of them, that we have found ourselves for ten years to be in stalemate as a city.

We are unable to provide the level of benefits and care that has been, with hopeful optimism, voted into California law. Massive problems lie before us, and have done so for 10 years now. California is a Sanctuary State for those fleeing from downright extermination in the crueler states of our great Union.

Though we are that to many, we have not the funds to help those seeking sanctuary in the manner afforded the homeless, the helpless, those seeking shelter, food, and work in days of old.

Here in Los Angeles we must make bold to provide what we may to those who have nothing at all. Though it be against the laws of our nation, and against those of our State, we must do what we can. We must offer what we may. We must open our hearts, still our doubts, and come up with sensible, novel solutions to the new problems that lie before us.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Video: “Everyone In–Supportive Housing Across L.A.,” by Everyone In LA, 8 March 2018 …  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=22&v=QnZWabk8mO0 ..

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Would Nanobot ‘Satellite Rape’ as an Anti-Terrorist Measure Be Unconstitutional? . by Alice B. Clagett

Written on 8 April 2019

  • INCREASING INCIDENCE OF COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION FORECAST FOR THE COMING TIMES
  • TOTALLY ‘OUT THERE’ ASTRAL RUMORS OF NANO ROBOTICS USED FOR ‘SATELLITE RAPE’ THROUGH GOVERNMENT GRANTS
  • COULD A PUTATIVE INTERNATIONAL TERRORIST THREAT JUSTIFY CONTRAVENTION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS?
  • MORE INFORMATION
    • Homeland Security Grant on “Countering Violent Extremism”

Dear Ones,

INCREASING INCIDENCE OF COGNITIVE DYSFUNCTION FORECAST FOR THE COMING TIMES

“These times are forecast to include cognitive dysfunction, and we can anticipate this may take various twists and turns, including …

  • quasi-Illegal or else ‘out there’, ‘cutting edge’ human social experiments,
  • and a panicky or anxious sense of urgency about the need for them, despite scant outcomes research,

“These types of human social experiments may be a symptom of the cognitive dissonance for those facing anxiety attacks while in leadership positions.” –from Link: “On the Advisability of Requiring Transgender Surgery for Felon Release,” by Alice B. Clagett, written on 2 March 2018 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-8qI ..

TOTALLY ‘OUT THERE’ ASTRAL RUMORS OF NANO ROBOTICS USED FOR ‘SATELLITE RAPE’ THROUGH GOVERNMENT GRANTS

On the astral plane, I have heard of a grant for mind control and emotional ‘takedown’ through sexual stimulation using human experimental subjects who have not volunteered for the project, and using forged patient consent forms.

Also, of a second grant for mind control using nano robotics or ‘nanobots’ from Indonesia for mental induction of a sexual nature, through what might be termed nano robotics (‘nanobots’) and  ‘satellite-rape’. The objective being euphemistically termed “Crowd Control.”

Clearly this is the stuff of science fiction pulp fiction; were it to be a U.S. government secret project, it would be psych evals all round! Not!

COULD A PUTATIVE INTERNATIONAL TERRORIST THREAT JUSTIFY CONTRAVENTION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS?

Hypothesizing, it seems likely to me that astral rumors about such grants might have to do with mass media hype regarding the danger of foreign nations using nano robotics for ‘satellite rape’ against United States citizens. It seem possible to me that the anxious mind of a government agent charged with prevention of terrorism might construe forced experiments on American citizens to be a necessary anti-terrorist measure.

On the other hand, we have to consider our human rights as American citizens. For instance, the Declaration of Independence sets forth our unalienable right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” I further note that “…the Fifth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution declare that governments cannot deprive any person of “life, liberty, or property” without due process of law. Also, Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights reads, “Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person”. –from LInk: “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness,” in Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life,_Liberty_and_the_pursuit_of_Happiness ..

It seems clear to me that manipulation of the minds and emotions of United States citizens through use of nanobots and ‘satellite rape’ could be seen as infringement of our ‘liberty’, to use one of the above terms.

In other words, if nanotech were to be used to control our emotions and thoughts, then how could we be termed ‘free’ or ‘at liberty’ to act, of our own free will, in pursuit of our own happiness?

How might we know what our own happiness might be, if we were to be compelled to sexual intercourse … perhaps with strangers in the street … or even to a previously unthinkable life of sex trafficking or sexual solicitation … simply because of a misperception, by someone in authority here in America, that an international terrorist threat might justify their agency’s abrogation of our civil liberties?

In the cold light of reason, such a manner of holding the anti-terrorist mandate might be construed as an act of terrorism against the American people. This, then would be a topic to be undertaken and devised at the highest level of our United States Department of Justice.

The notion that such an act might be condoned in light of nanobot and ‘satellite rape’ terrorist tactics by other governments would place such a polemic in the international court of appeal. Thus the issue would need to be placed in the docket of the International Court of Justice, the ‘World Court’, which settles legal disputes through the United Nations.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

MORE INFORMATION

This background reading sparked my imagination …

Homeland Security Grant on “Countering Violent Extremism”

I noticed a grant awarded by the Department of Homeland Security to Homeboy Industries …

Link: “Countering Violent Extremism Grant Applications (Awarded),” https://archive.org/stream/DHS-CVE-grants/EMW-2016-CA-APP-00294%20Full%20Application_djvu.txt ..

See also: Link: “On the Advisability of Requiring Transgender Surgery for Felon Release,” by Alice B. Clagett, written on 2 March 2018 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-8qI ..

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Scientific Experiments Worldwide and Adherence to the Nuremberg Code . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 29 August 2018

  • PSYCHIC SURGERY OF THE SPINE TO STRENGTHEN PSYCHIC POWERS, DIMINISH THE SEX DRIVE, OR FOR BLACK OPS
    • Side Effects of Such Surgery
    • Alice’s Perilous Tales: My Experience of Healing from This Surgery
    • The Need for Informed Consent
  • PSYCHIC SURGERY IN VIOLATION OF THE NUREMBERG CODE
    • The ten points of the Nuremberg Code
    • Call to Action

Dear Ones,

Here is an image on a topic important to me personally, and perhaps to you as well … psychic surgery of the spine, whether with or without the permission of the patient …

PSYCHIC SURGERY OF THE SPINE TO STRENGTHEN PSYCHIC POWERS, DIMINISH THE SEX DRIVE, OR FOR BLACK OPS

Image: “Sketch of a man with a cherry in his forehead, and a cherry in his pants, with caption,” collage by Alice B. Clagett, 29 August 2018, CC BY-SA 4.0, in “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … The drawing of the man is by Alice B. Clagett, and the cherry is adapted from Image: “File:Cherry Stella444.jpg,” by Benjamint444, edited by Fir0002, retouched, no date indicated, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en (from Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cherry_Stella444.jpg ) … If you are a (commercial) publisher and you want me to write you an email or paper mail giving you an authorization to use my works in your products or a license with the terms of your choice, please email me to negotiate terms. Higher resolution or similar images may also be available upon request Email: benjamint444@yahoo.com.au — Benjamint444 ..

Image: “Sketch of a man with a cherry in his forehead, and a cherry in his pants, with caption,” collage by Alice B. Clagett, 29 August 2018, CC BY-SA 4.0, in “Awakening with Planet Earth,” https://awakeningwithplanetearth.com … The drawing of the man is by Alice B. Clagett, and the cherry is adapted from Image: “File:Cherry Stella444.jpg,” by Benjamint444, edited by Fir0002, retouched, no date indicated, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en … ( from Wikimedia Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cherry_Stella444.jpg ) … If you are a (commercial) publisher and you want me to write you an email or paper mail giving you an authorization to use my works in your products or a license with the terms of your choice, please email me to negotiate terms. Higher resolution or similar images may also be available upon request Email: benjamint444@yahoo.com.au — Benjamint444

Sometimes Psychic Surgery is performed, severing the Central Vertical Power Current (aka the

pranic tube, pranic column, central vertical power current, kundalini, antahkarana, silver cord, or silver thread)  below the Heart Chakra.

The intention is to strengthen the psychic powers and/or to diminish the sex drive. It is also possible this surgery might be thought of as a way to improve a soldier as a ‘war machine’.

Side Effects of Such Surgery

These are the side effects I observed on the astral plane:

  • Heartlessness,
  • Demonization of the third-eye point,
  • Sexual mania, exhibiting either as
    • astral rape or as
    • uncontrollable physical desire,
  • Impotence,
  • Diseases of the sexual organs,
  • Imbalance of the pituitary gland, and
  • Diseases of the endocrine glands.
  • In the worst cases, this operation apparently can lead to Soul Devolution.

Alice’s Perilous Tales: My Experience of Healing from This Surgery

When I sought healing for myself in the early 2000s, after sensing, on the astral plane, that such a surgery had been performed on someone else, and had apparently simultaneously affected my spinal energy through empathic dissemination, my spiritual counselor said that psychic spinal injuries which sever the spinal column energy can rarely be healed. Fortunately, he was able to heal my injury.

For healing this sort of psychic injury, in addition to seeking the help of a spiritual counselor or healer, I suggest slow, regular breathing exercises, mild calisthenics, and gentle yoga to build up the auric field of the body after psychic healing.

The Need for Informed Consent

Like physical surgery, psychic surgery must always be performed with the permission of the patient, and as with physical surgery, the patient must be informed of known side effects, so that he may assess the risk, and decide whether to consent.

PSYCHIC SURGERY IN VIOLATION OF THE NUREMBERG CODE

As I understand it, when this type of surgery is performed without informing a patient of the consequences, or if it is performed without written patient consent, it may represent a violation of the Nuremberg Code. Here is more on that Code, from Wikipedia …

“After World War II, a series of trials were held to hold members of the Nazi party responsible for a multitude of war crimes. The trials were approved by President Harry Truman in January 1946 and were led exclusively by the United States. They began on December 9, 1946 in Nuremberg, Germany, in what became known as the Nuremberg trials. In one of the trials, which became known as the “Doctors’ Trial,” German physicians responsible for conducting unethical medical procedures on humans during the war were tried. They focused on physicians that conducted inhumane and unethical human experiments in concentration camps, in addition to those who were involved in over 3,500,000 sterilizations of German citizens.[3][4] Several of the accused argued that their experiments differed little from those used before the war, and that there was no law that differentiated between legal and illegal experiments. On August 20, 1947, the judges delivered their verdict against Karl Brandt and 22 others.[5]

“In May 1947, while the trials were being held, six points defining legitimate medical research were submitted to the Counsel for War Crimes. Three judges, in response to expert medical advisers for the prosecution, adopted these points and added four additional points. The 10 points constituted the ‘Nuremberg Code,’ which includes such principles as informed consent and absence of coercion; properly formulated scientific experimentation; and beneficencetowards experiment participants. It is thought to have been mainly based on the Hippocratic Oath, which was interpreted as endorsing the experimental approach to medicine while protecting the patient.[6]

“The ten points of the Nuremberg Code

  1. “Required is the voluntary, well-informed, understanding consent of the human subject in a full legal capacity.
  2. “The experiment should aim at positive results for society that cannot be procured in some other way.
  3. “It should be based on previous knowledge (e.g., an expectation derived from animal experiments) that justifies the experiment.
  4. “The experiment should be set up in a way that avoids unnecessary physical and mental suffering and injuries, except, in experiments where the experimental physicians also serve as subjects.
  5. “It should not be conducted when there is any reason to believe that it implies a risk of death or disabling injury.
  6. “The risks of the experiment should be in proportion to (that is, not exceed) the expected humanitarian benefits.
  7. “Preparations and facilities must be provided that adequately protect the subjects against the experiment’s risks.
  8. “The staff who conduct or take part in the experiment must be fully trained and scientifically qualified.
  9. “The human subjects must be free to immediately quit the experiment at any point when they feel physically or mentally unable to go on.
  10. “Likewise, the medical staff must stop the experiment at any point when they observe that continuation would be dangerous.” –from “Nuremberg Code” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_Code ..

Call to Action

I feel it is time to take a new look at global Black Ops and Psy Ops in relation to the Nuremberg Code, so as to make sure the practices of the governments of the world are in line with the ten points of the Code, as cited above.

For instance, I ask the governments of the world to look at Psy Ops personnel, and to corral off those who may, in reality, be Controllers or Antisocial Personallties, so that they may not be able to harm the peoples of the world.

I ask that the issues of Airborne Miniaturized Vehicles be considered in light of the laws of each country; in our country, for instance, in light of our Constitution.

I ask that Mind Control be banned as a weapon of war, and as a lobbying weapon that might be used against the legislatures or leaders of countries.

I ask that nanobots in the context of harm to humankind be considered and banned worldwide.

I ask for very strict control of plans and performance of scientific experiments worldwide, with attention to their adherence to the Nuremberg Code.

I ask that the issues of Google Maps, of commercial airplanes, and of satellites being used as spying devices be considered by all the nations of Earth, and regulated by the appropriate international organization.

I ask the leaders of the countries of the world to come together to discuss these challenging issues, and I offer my heartfelt prayers that an accord will be reached that will benefit humankind everywhere.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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False Authority . by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

On the psy plane, folks often falsely purport to have indisputable authority. This is one method of exerting mind control. The very first thing to do, I feel, is to ask your psy guy or gal to show up in person, in physical form, at your doorstep. Then next, he or she needs to be vetted …

  • Is he the real McCoy, or is that badge fake?
  • Let’s say that, as far as you can tell, he is the real McCoy. Then why not get a photo of him and a photo of his ID, just in case you may be mistaken?
  • Let’s say he seems to be the real McCoy … but he asks you to perform an illegal act … something contrary to the U.S. Constitution or contrary to the law … then, I would just say No! Call your local law enforcement representative.
  • I’ve read that it’s ok to remain silent, and to ask to call your lawyer, when confronted with authority figures. I can’t find the reference right now, but I feel it’s most likely true.

In general, I feel we all learn to obey authority as toddlers. Mom and dad ask us to do this or that, and if we don’t we get a scolding. Because of this early childhood learning, most of us conform with public opinion more than we need to.

Unquestioning conformity with public concensus can make a person seem to ‘fit in’ better, because they don’t stand out as being different. For instance, I’ve noticed at some of the churches I’ve attended, almost all of the congregation wear black or navy blue. So, I would gather, in order to fit in there, one would consider wearing these colors.

But, suppose I don’t like to wear dark colors? What then? Well, sometimes there’s an option of attending a church where people wear clothing of more varied colors. So a change of social milieu can provide the opportunity to express our own preferences, and still fit in.

In general, I believe in looking at the urge to conform to societal expectations, and deciding, on a case by case basis, whether it’s worth it, in terms of personal fulfillment, to buck the tide. I feel there may be many instances when it’s not necessary to go along with people in authority unquestioningly. It’s better to ask questions, find out our human rights, and stand up for ourselves.

It seems to me that very many people pretend to have indisputable authority when they, in fact, have none. So that’s the thing to find out: Are they for real? Are they just pretending? And, what is my own indisputable authority in any given situation?

The time to take a cold, hard look at the facts, I feel, is when we feel a sense of being threatened by someone purporting to have authority over us. A good example is the cold call from the ‘IRS agent’. I’m sure you’ve all heard of that scam? It’s really a con artist calling, but people are sometimes afraid of the IRS, and so the con artist is sometimes successful in using these strongarm tactics.

Here’s the thing: Why be afraid? Why not get the caller’s name and phone number, then call the IRS and ask whether the caller was for real, or phony. I remember finding out, that way, that the IRS never calls and harasses people on the phone.

The best way to get rid of our fears about ‘the big guys’, I feel, is to gather more facts, and get clear on what’s really up.

Here’s my reading on the topic:

Link: “Can You Spot A Phony FBI Badge?” by BenjaminJames, 17 June 2011, http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2011/06/can-you-spot-a-phony-fbi-badge/ ..

Link: “Know Your Rights,” by the National Lawyers Guild, SF Bay Area, https://www.pace.edu/sites/default/files/files/iss/forms-handouts/know-your-rights-under-us-constitution.pdf ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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Urban Legend: Transgender Surgery Required for Felon Release?! . by Alice B. Clagett

Written on 2 March 2018; revised 3 March 2018 and 8 April 2019
Previously titled: On the Ethics of Requiring Transgender Surgery for Felon Release

  • Transgender Suicide Attempts and Self Mutilation Incidence
  • Recent Murders of Transgender Women
  • Putative Prison Transgender Felon Release Experiments
  • Comparing Such Putative Modern-Day Experiments with Nazi Human Experimentation
  • The Nuremberg Code, and Modern-Day Lessons from the Nuremberg Trials
  • Consequentialism and Societal Expectations
  • On Sinking to Feral Instincts in the Name of a Better World Order
  • On Sticking with the Tried and True
  • California Pays for Prisoner’s Sex Reassignment Surgery
  • Gay Marriage, Transgender, and Unchaste Sex Congress Hosted by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Dear Ones,

As there are wild astral tales about quasi-illegal transgender experiments to make hardened criminals unable to rape, hence releasable from prison … and by the by a better get-by-the-border-stations should they turn to drug running … I did some research on transgender …

Transgender Suicide Attempts and Self Mutilation Incidence

Here are a few things I just found out: A 2016 study pegged the suicide attempt rate among transgender youth at 30%, and the incidence of self-mutilation such as cutting at 42% …

Link: “High rates of suicide and self-harm among transgender youth,” by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, in “Science Daily,” 31 August 2016, https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/08/160831110833.htm ..

There are more statistics on transgender suicide attempts here …

Link: “Study shows rising rates of suicidal acts in transgender adults,” by Amy Wallace, 4 May 2017, https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/05/04/Study-shows-rising-rates-of-suicidal-acts-in-transgender-adults/4561493909781/ ..

Recent Murders of Transgender Women

According to Wikipedia, this is on the rise. There were nearly 60 such murders worldwide in 2017 …

Link: “List of unlawfully killed transgender people,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unlawfully_killed_transgender_people ..

Putative Prison Transgender Felon Release Experiments

These times are forecast to include cognitive dysfunction, and we can anticipate this may take various twists and turns, including …

  • quasi-Illegal or else ‘out there’, ‘cutting edge’ human social experiments,
  • and a panicky or anxious sense of urgency about the need for them, despite scant outcomes research,

These types of human social experiments may be a symptom of the cognitive dissonance for those facing anxiety attacks while in leadership positions.

There are several caveats in the above putative cases:

  • There is the danger to their life that transgender felons would face on being released from prison, due to social violence, as well as self-inflicted violence
  • There is the danger to the health of the patient, unless the operation is performed by a qualified surgeon
  • There is a possible criminal penalty for the person performing the operation, if he or she is not qualified, or if the operation is illegal in his state
  • And there is an element of coercion in the idea that a hardened felon can only be released from prison if they agree to mutilation of their bodies

Comparing Such Putative Modern-Day Experiments with Nazi Human Experimentation

My own feeling is that those considering social experiments in these times, especially quasi-illegal social experiments, might wish to compare their plans for bold social change with the Nazi human experiments undertaken during the Third Reich …

Link: “Nazi human experimentation,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_human_experimentation ..

The Nuremberg Code, and Modern-Day Lessons from the Nuremberg Trials

I took a look at the Nuremberg code, and in hasty perusal judge that the type of experiment described above violates that code … See if you agree …

Link: “Nuremberg Code,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuremberg_Code ..

It was because the Nazi war criminals broke the Nuremberg Code that they were brought to trial between 1945 and 1949 …

Link: “Nuremberg Trials,” http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/nuremberg-trials ..

Thus, it seems possible that quasi-illegal or ‘boldly on the edge’ human social experiments run the risk of being tried by the United States Justice System, or by the International Court of Justice, as violating the Nuremberg Code, and as violating social standards of justice for humankind.

Consequentialism and Societal Expectations

Consequentialists feel that a good cause makes the use of any means … even morally ‘bad’ means … acceptable. But historically, society takes a dim view of this. The societal backlash for those espousing Consequentialism has, in times past, been quite severe.

Hence, the Nuremberg Trials, which dealt every harshly with the idealistic notions that the Nazis had of building a great world order on the backs of those they deemed genetic rejects and sent to their deaths in prison camps.

Even so it might be today; as one brilliant Consequentialist notion after another hits the fast-moving fan of societal notions of the tried and true.

On Sinking to Feral Instincts in the Name of a Better World Order

In addition to the above, one might consider whether one’s actions, during the Ascension process, are largely humanitarian in nature, or whether they may be jumping the gun, or even whether they may involve … or be perceived as involving … the uncaging and expression of one’s own feral instincts …

  • such as the desire to project fear onto others; to make others fearful, so as to feel less fearful oneself
  • or the desire to prove one’s manhood by emasculating other men viewed as predatory and dangerous

On Sticking with the Tried and True

Why not stick with the tried and true for now? Why not stick together, as one loving, world community? Why act out our fears and our savage instincts? Why listen to the left brain at all, during these times? When we can let intuition lead us through every peril, and grace preserve us and all those we love, in joy and peace, and Light?

While most likely irrelevant, this background reading sparked my imagination …

California Pays for Prisoner’s Sex Reassignment Surgery

Link: “California Is First to Pay for Prisoner’s Sex-Reassignment Surgery,” by the Associated Press, 7 January 2017, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/07/us/california-is-first-to-pay-for-prisoners-sex-reassignment-surgery.html .. 

Image: “Shiloh Heavenly Quine in June 2015. Her case led California to set standards for allowing transgender inmates to apply for sex-reassignment surgery,” https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/07/us/california-is-first-to-pay-for-prisoners-sex-reassignment-surgery.html ..

Gay Marriage, Transgender, and Unchaste Sex Congress Hosted by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles

Link: “2017 LA Religious Education Congress Pushes Dissent on Sexual Morality: Event hosts speakers who are pro-gay, pro-transgender and pro-unchaste sex,” by Bradley Eli, M.Div, Ma.Th, in ChurchMilitant.com, 22 November 2016. https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/2017-la-religious-education-congress-pushes-dissent-on-sexual-morality … This was an event hosted by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

In love, light and joy,
Alice B. Clagett
I Am of the Stars

See also: Link: “Would Nanobot ‘Satellite Rape’ as an Anti-Terrorist Measure Be Unconstitutional?” by Alice B. Clagett, written on 8 April 2019 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-c7g ..

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California: Prison Reform and Childhood Mental Filters . by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 15 January 2015

Image: “The First Mourning,” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1888, public domain … This shows the parents of Abel grieving over his lifeless body

Image: “The First Mourning,” by William-Adolphe Bouguereau, 1888, public domain … This shows the parents of Abel grieving over his lifeless body

Dear Ones,

I just read a thought provoking article. This short article is a great read:

Link: “Are We Chicken about Prison Reform?” by Steven Greenhut,  http://humanevents.com/2013/07/25/are-we-chicken-about-prison-reform/ ..

There is a point I liked especially, about how California Proposition 2, which decried cramped quarters for chickens, passed and became law in 2008.

Yet many prison inmates live in Security Housing Units (SHUs) — 7½-by-12-foot windowless concrete cells. It’s not like they have a bookshelf in there, for furthering their education. Au contraire, it looks like this:

Image: 7½-by-12-Foot Security Housing Unit, looking down from above, http://humanevents.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/get_img.jpg ..

So basically, we Californians are interested in prison reform for chickens, and we are overlooking the humans in the same predicament.

Compute, compute?

It seems to me, the thing that might make the most difference might be a simple shift of emphasis, from punishment to rehabilitation, instruction in a well-paying trade, and a chance for education in the realm of spirit, whether it be a traditional faith, meditation, or another path of their choosing.

And then, why make upset, angry men more upset, more angry? Why not allow conjugal or even sex worker visits, as in Mexican prisons? We could quibble over details, but the thought’s the thing. Upliftment, a chance to live a happy life on the outside.

Remember when we were children, and a quarrel came up? Was there a time when a parent smacked you? What did you feel? Did you feel like being a productive member of your family? Or did you feel like hitting your parent back?

The very next step, psychologically speaking, is ‘projection’ … the little child walks out and smacks the dog ….

So smacking just makes matters worse. Why should we Americans continue an ineffective mental filter instilled in us before the age of 5? We’re brighter than that!

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

Link: “Redemption,” a poem by Anna Naveed, 2e5 October 2011, http://www.watercoloredsky.com/redemption/ ..

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China and the United States: Human Rights and Illegal Immigration . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 31 October 2017

Dear Ones,

Here’s a video about China and the United States, and their views on human rights and illegal immigration. There’s a spiffed-up Summary after the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I’m here to talk a little about human rights and human trafficking in China and in the United States. The ‘take’ that I have so far is what you might call only a beginner’s ‘take’.

I became interested in China’s annual reports on the United States’ infringement of human rights a few years ago. I was just looking over the most recent one this last month. (1) This is my précis:

I think China states that America falls down in human rights with regard to equal pay for women, discrimination against minorities (to do with economics, especially), and also, as I recall, with regard to crime and violence in the streets, and drug use and the drug trade and so forth.

There may be other things. But the underlying understanding that I got from looking over that report was that, in China, I feel, they greatly value an orderly society, a harmony in society, and like that. To my mind, it feels like they look aghast at the disorderliness of the American people.

And I will say that the people here are very different in their social values, from the people of China, apparently … from the Chinese ideal of values. People in the United States value more the liberty to go exploring and figuring things out, and making a way for themselves, and so forth. They value their freedom to pursue their happiness, and like that.

To my mind, a natural consequence of this value of liberty and the pursuit of happiness is the disorderliness that we see in this society.

In addition, we offer a chance for other people, from other parts of the world, to become citizens. That results in cultural diversity. And in some geographic areas it results in discrimination, because people who are all of a particular race or culture, or like that, are confronted … suddenly sometimes … with people whose culture is very different … or perhaps their physical characteristics are very different. And then there’s a commotion as the cultures become accustomed to each other.

In the cosmopolitan areas it’s different. There’s much more exposure to diversity. And so people don’t react so much to diversity when they see it. Unless you’re in an area like South Central Los Angeles, where everybody is de colores, and so then a white person, a Caucasian, comes in, and they look very different. Or if you’re in West Los Angeles, it’s the exact opposite, you know?

We have here a randomness, a drive to individuality, the Horatio Alger story, and these create less harmony, in a way, but more tolerance for diversity, in another way.

So then I thought: I’ll just see what the United States has to say about human rights, and so forth. So I checked out the “CIA Factbook.” And there, there’s a section on Countries … each Country. I especially looked up the United States first, and then China … among others.

For each Country, there are various sections. After Government and so forth, there’s a section that has to do with global problems with some portion of which the particular country is faced.

If we live in the United States, we all know about the United States Government system. So I looked up the last section, labeled “Transnational Issues,” as I couldn’t quite fathom what it would be about. (2)

What it said is the we, in the United States, are facing problems with the drug trade. Also it said we have problems with money laundering, which is a concept I’m not too clear on.

It didn’t mention crime and violence, but everybody knows that there are problems with crime and violence here, and in other parts of the world. 

Then I looked under China. There the “CIA Factbook” indicated intertwined global problems, especially human trafficking. (3)

So then I looked up a very recent congressional report on human trafficking (4) and a  horrifying State Department report on human trafficking all around the world (5) … and I got a notion about what that entailed. It had to do, not just with children being sold for the sex work trade, but also children being sold into hazardous occupations that involved the use of chemicals that might be damaging to the body, and so forth. And sometimes, children die because of their exposure to difficult work conditions, and so forth. I’m not sure of the mortality rate; I didn’t go into it that far.

I was thinking this over quite a bit, because here we have a conundrum. China is stating that the United States falls down on human rights. And yet China is very big on human trafficking.

And so I looked a little more into human trafficking in China, and found out there were a lot of Korean refugees that pleaded to be admitted to China. Then, in the “CIA Factbook” for China, I found out that China only allows people of Chinese descent, or Chinese parentage, to become Chinese citizens. It’s a closed society.

So, China was faced with Koreans and other nationalities who, to them, are a different culture and a different race from them … who are what you might call illegal aliens … many illegal aliens … entering their country; and what to do with them, because their government could not accommodate them. And so their decision, based, I feel, on their very high ideals of harmony … harmonic relations in the world … was to create a kind of indentured servant system … what we call ‘human trafficking’ … to provide these people with a basis of work in the world … a productive social role … in exchange for the most fundamental human needs, such as shelter, clothing, and food.

On the trip up to Ojai today, I kept thinking about this. I kept thinking: What is the connection here? What is the story? You know? How could it be that two big countries … gigantic as far as geography is concerned … should both hold forth that their government offered the very best in human rights … And yet, each could accuse the other of being the very worst in human rights. It just didn’t make any sense to me.

And finally, I thought of the illegal alien situation here in California, and in other parts of the United States. And I realized that the situation that China faced with regard to the Korean immigrants, was very similar to the situation that the United States faces with regard to the influx of illegal aliens from South of the Border.

So then I looked at how the United States treats its illegal aliens, compared to how China treats hers. And I realized that, in general, we hunt them down and deport them back to their countries if we can. (I’ve read that China does this with Korean refugees as well.)

Now, as to which system …

  • deportation, or what’s sometimes termed repatriation,
  • or human trafficking,
  • or some version of that …  maybe a more lenient version of that, such as indentured servitude, that was practiced for a limited term in order for a person to learn a skill or trade, during the times of Benjamin Franklin in America

… is the more understanding, or connecting with, human rights, I don’t know!

One is based on a very orderly notion of civilization and human affairs … that’s the Chinese.

And the other, the United States way, is based on a kind of a free-for-all, you know? Every man for himself, in a way. Of course, we’re very socialized now, and we offer many socialized services to our citizens. But the big concern, in recent years, has been:

How can we afford to offer these socialized benefits to people who aren’t contributing to our tax base. And I think that’s a reasonable consideration:

How can we stay afloat economically, and still assimilate what was called, in ages past, the poor and huddled masses of the world? In those days, when we opened our doors to everyone, we had plenty of free land that needed settling. But now, our urban centers are very overpopulated, and our social services are very overstretched.

So the question is: What can we do? What can we do, to do the best by these people that come knocking our door; the most humane thing that we can do? But at the same time, something that keeps our country afloat. You know what I mean?

So there you have it. I think that the basis of the concern that both countries have, has to do with how to treat our illegal aliens.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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FOOTNOTES

(1) Link: “Full text: Human Rights Record of the United States in 2016,” Beijing, 9 March 2017 (Xinhua), http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/2017-03/09/c_136115481.htm ..

(2) Link: “CIA Factbook,” Countries: United States, https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/us.html ..

(3) Link: “CIA Factbook,” Countries: China, https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ch.html ..

See also: Link: “Human trafficking in the People’s Republic of China,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_trafficking_in_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China ..

(4) Link: “Attorney General’s Annual Report to Congress and Assessment of U.S. Government Activities to Combat Trafficking in Persons Fiscal Year 2015,” https://www.justice.gov/humantrafficking/page/file/948601/download ..

(5) Link: “Trafficking in Persons Report, June 2017,” Department of State, USA, https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/271339.pdf ..

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