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Quote from an article which appeared in the Thursday, October 2, 2008 edition of the Atlanta Journal Constitution: "A former high-ranking CIA official has pleaded quilty in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, VA to abusing his influence within the agency to direct lucrative contracts toward an old friend who showered him with tens of thousands of dollars worth of gifts. Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, 53, the agency's third-highest ranking officer from 2004-2006 will be sentenced Jan. 8."
The worn-out spy line, "that's the world we live in," used in order to get away with abusing U.S. citizens these days, is being exposed. "Do what you gotta do." (or, "Do what you have to do") is often overheard in conversations between operatives, agents, and their bosses or instructors at FBI and other agencies. "That's the world we live in" is many times used on the street by undercover agents to targets as a sort of non-answer to justify the means used to achieve ends.
This line of thinking and speaking has traditionally been associated with mafias and, these days, there are two kinds of them: openly illegal and "supposedly" legal. There is a group caught in the middle between these two groups of thugs, both virtual mafias, both getting paid to "do what they gotta do." For the sake of this project, we are calling this group "vulnerables." They are people in desperate survival-based situations - the homeless, the down and out (but still trying), the immigrants who are not well funded, the financially poor at all levels in society and anyone who finds themselves in a position of isolation or marginalization.
When the vulnerable one hears "do what you have to do" he or she has difficult choices to make. One is criminalized for failing to list a "home address," although listing a current residential situation, for example, would place them in an even more imperiled position: most often resulting in being refused jobs, rentals, mail boxes or other basics needed to improve their safety and security. No better option, listing shelters or half-way houses as an address affects the credit report for years, even if that person were there for only one day. That is the reality of the current situation. Even more omenous, their social security number, personal family information, photo and identification documentation is placed in the hands of persons who can abuse them - cases have been seen of numbers being reused after the person has departed, for example. Names of shelter residents are not kept confidential despite the concept being advertised. The reality, again, is that law enforcement, other agencies and shelter systems, donors and other special interests are given names. Local businesses and residents also recognize the address of the shelter or halfway house and discrimination or other form of disrespect follows, whether such behavior is appropriate for the individual person or not. Stereotyping is convenient for obtaining funding. "Lists" are becoming more and more standard. To find one's name on a list, deservedly so or not, represents loss for the individual and financial gain for others. A "vulnerable" is one who is often seen by the ones who would abuse the situation as being "ideal" if he or she appears not to have the ability to "fight back." In other words, if the person indicates that family members are not present or willing to assist them, they are easily marginalized for financial gain or other purpose.
Vulnerability is exploited by one or both groups because these groups are "doing what they have to do." Why? Because "this is the world we live in." But:
Wasn't the vulnerable person, in the end, the most qualified person to use this justification, if anyone could?
Think about it. Maybe this is the world you choose to live in today, but the day is long - twenty-four whole hours. Will this be the same world you will want to live in tomorrow?
"Target" is part two of a series. To read some of the many actions Department of Homeland Security (FBI, NSA, CIA, local, state and federal law enforcement, military, neighborhood watch, business and charitable organizations, etc.) illegally brought against Asha, see Asha's preliminary list for lawsuit on LISTCASE
To get some idea of why such a fraud on the American public would occur and to ponder it along with Asha, read: TARGET ARTICLE: WHY?
A followup article to "Why?" mentions some more unconscienable events - on our tax dollars: Why? The following days.
A glimpse at Asha's notes on 2007 TARGET DIARY and LETTER will give you a feel for the mood of the early period.
TARGET ARTICLE FORM will help give you an idea of what YOU can do to help.
THINKING POINTSSome thoughts to ponder before paying your taxes and before voting.
TARGET.FISHING Fishing for targets at McDonald's?
If you missed part one, you can read part of the presentation on this website. Part one was called, "Rippers In America."
Brought to you by the world of spirit: always watching.
Asha of Antares, known in the field since the 1980s, is a well-known and respected walk-in who uses mediumship abilities to assist clients with phenomena that is outside the "box"... hearing ancients explain the beginnings and endings... staying in front of NOW. Asha has worked with thousands of persons over her nineteen years as a professional and in the years as a non-professional prior to that. She has given seminars and workshops and spoken in numerous states across the country. Most well known throughout the late '80s and '90s for her connection with extraterrestrials and ufo's and the concept that we have never been and are not now "alone," Asha has also been working in everyday form to assist landwalkers.
Asha has been filmed for cable TV and CBS local news, Time Warner's "Mysteries of the Unexplained" Series, and for Actuality Productions' documentary for the History Channel about the infamous McGurk's Suicide Hall in New York. She has also appeared in magazines and trade shows. Traveling nationally and internationally whenever she can, Asha provides lectures, classes, and consultations using applied PSI. Research, investigations, and searches offer opportunities to apply PSI to mystery-solving.
Ancients is the result of years of applied-psi contact.
Target is Part II of the Vulnerables Series, a give-back series.
Read RIPPERS IN AMERICA,
PART I of the Vulnerables Series
Applied PSI allows communication in the meantime and the way to structural healing.
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