"If a man walks in the woods for the love of them each day, he is in danger of being regarded of as a loafer. But if he spends his days as a speculator, shearing off those woods and making the Earth bald before her time, he is deemed an industrious and enterprising citizen."
-Henry David Thoreau
Two days ago at Sea World, an orca, or killer whale, pulled a trainer into the water by her ponytail and thrashed her to her death. Orcas live anywhere from 50 to 80 years, are 28-32 feet long, and weigh up to 6 tons. Tilikum, the oldest orca in captivity, had been captured from the wild at the age of two. Orcas are social animals, usually hunting in large groups of up to 40 whales. In one day, an orca can swim nearly 100 miles. One can imagine the claustrophobia and frustration this whale must have been subjected to over the years. The trainer made a mistake and the wounds of Tilikum's captivity reared their ugly head. "Tilikum is a casualty of captivity; it has destroyed his mind and turned him demented," Russ Rector, a former dolphin trainer in Fort Lauderdale (for more click here). This was Tilikum's third person he killed, truly living up to his nickname, the killer whale.
This is not the first time in recent years, man has been the victim of trying to harness nature. In San Francisco in 2008, a Siberian tiger escaped from its exhibit at the San Franciso Zoo, tracked down some asshole teenagers that were antagonizing and teasing it, and ripped them to shreds. One kid, Carlos Sousa, was killed. The other two were badly mauled. Apparently, the tiger clawed his way over a 12.5 ft. wall, went across the entire zoo, and encountered the teens at the food court (click here for the map of the zoo showing the tiger's path). On his way to get the teens, the tiger encountered many zoo visitors. The tiger was not interested in the other people. The tiger specifically sought out those teens and killed them. Authorities arrived at the scene and shot the tiger. As comedian Chris Rock can tell you, that tiger didn't go crazy, that tiger went tiger. A crazy tiger is the one in costume at the circus trying to ride a bicycle as everybody cheers.As the massive changes arrive on our planet Earth, it is important to remember that sentient beings do not need to be controlled, quarantined, or encumbered in any way by man. Throughout history men have tried to control and manipulate their environment. They have rejected living side by side with nature and have instead tried to dictate the terms of natural developments. As we speak, scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Cern, Switzerland are smashing atoms into each other to try and find the Higgs Boson. The Higgs Boson has also been called the "God Particle." Scientists theorize that the Higgs Boson is the essentialness of life. The God Particle is the reflecting atoms of everything which, in turn, gives each living thing or inanimate thing its specific characteristics. Numerous problems have halted the Large Hadron Collider, preventing scientists from smashing the atoms. Clearly, forces are working against progress and causing delays.
Control and compliance has defined the struggle between man and government powers throughout history. Because God lives in every sentient being, as their consciousness of their right to enjoy freedom within nature grows, governments' attempts to gain acquiescence becomes more and more difficult. In the U.S., the whole government agenda is about control: health care, climate legislation, anti-terrorism bills, and the list goes on and on. Government officials routinely try to scare everybody into accepting their demands which are, inevitably, taxes. The health care reform proposal, firmly rejected by 90% of constituents, is clearly not about helping people as much as it is about controlling people's finances and health. Like The National Pulse has said before, they have to make people play their game or else the game becomes unsustainable.
In the near future, people are going to demand self determination. Government leaders have been vowing to bring transparency to legislation since candidates began stumping in front of crowds. This promise always sounds better on the campaign trail. Politicians are not afraid to lie and voters like to hear that their interests will be well represented by someone who cares about them. Now in office, Obama is still trying to ram a terrible, draconian health care bill down the throats of lawmakers and their constituents. The only thing that is transparent about it is the lack of concern Obama has for the people who elected him. Obama's promises have been the subject for much scrutiny. Here he is promising the entire health care debate would be on C-Span.
It turns out, Obama is the least transparent President in the last 30 years. Despite some major occurrences in the U.S. and throughout the world, Obama hasn't had a press conference in over 220 days. It is not like there hasn't been occurrences, revelations, and accusations. The Climategate Scandal blew apart the entire argument for climate control with the release of the East Anglia emails. the President was allowed to say nothing about that. After the earthquake in Haiti, the head of state of Venezuela accused the U.S. of using the HAARP facility in Alaska to engineer the earthquake that devastated the city of Port au Prince and killed 200,000 Haitians. Apparently, Obama did not think Haitians weren't worthy enough people to denounce the claim by another sovereign head of state. A Muslim soldier/psychiatrist allegedly went on a rampage at Fort Hood, Texas and killed 13 people. Again, Obama went silent. Last week, an American citizen flew his own airplane into an I.R.S. building in Austin Texas. Iran has captured an American spy who alleges the U.S. was willing to fund him if he were to start an uprising in Iran. And this week, the Congress pushed through an extension of the freedom-stealing Patriot Act. The National Pulse doesn't think Obama means to be secretive. We think he doesn't have any answers. Nevertheless, the questions remain unanswered and as each day passes, the silence that surrounds Obama is an admission of guilt.
And the linchpin of control, also the most secretive, is the Federal Reserve Banking System. Ron Paul's bill to audit the Fed has exposed the unwillingness of the Federal Reserve to be accountable to the American people. Their secrecy immorally controls the American people and steals from them. Recently, Ron Paul questioned Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke about the prospect of bailing out the soon-to-default-country of Greece (click here).
Americans and humans in general would be wise to heed the warnings of nature and the grumblings of the oppressed. Whether it be chemtrailing the skies to manipulate the weather or central economic planning, no man will be able to effectively control other men in the near future. Nothing can stop the consciousness that is about to take hold amongst sentient beings. Government's inept attempts to scare the people are only clues to how truly weak they are in the face of the free masses.
The National Pulse is naturally saddened to see any person die but the SeaWorld trainer's death is not tragic. What is tragic is her thought processes that told her she could provide a better life for the whale than the whale could all by itself. The orca, an ancient, majestic creature weighing more than 12,000 pounds does not need a human with a bucket of fish to feed it. Orcas can feed themselves. Likewise, people do not need their government to shepherd over their every move. They, too, can feed themselves and will be better off doing so. The quicker this realization arrives in the minds of people the easier and less problematic the transition will be.