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For what it’s worth

morphoblueAs for me — lately — I’ve begun to swirl myself into this big huge ball of atomic energy that needs to burst, albeit in a corrective and civil way. This is really of my own doing, let me explain.

I believe that I am of ‘average’ intelligence. As far as who subscribes to the measurement of my ‘intelligence quota’ or my I.Q. score it’s laying around 165 or so. No! I still┬ádon’t think I am a braniac or anything close — I’m just one of those people who loves to learn new things and I do this by experiencing, reading, watching, gathering information, on those kinds of things that interest me. Whew! Took me a┬álong time to get here!

I feel that it is what I know compared to what I don’t know — in reality — that frustrates me, hence the atomic energy as the problem of my own doing. I am addressing issues such as immigration, discrimination, political correctness and how these various functions of humankind seem to me, at least, to be connected in some way. And it really sucks when I can’t figure it all out.

So let’s start with the oldest one of these precepts that I know of and that would be immigration. Trust me when I say that I have studied every Act the United States government has ever entered into starting from 1739 through the ‘wondrous waves’ of immigrants from southern Europe during the early 1800s and then those immigrants who again clashed in the 1820s.

It’s no wonder why the immigrant from the previous decade or longer is resentful of their followers. More on that later. But for now, if I think of the Naturalization Acts of 1909, 1918, then again those Naturalization Acts of the 1940s and 1950’s the energy level continues to rise.

You see folks, name the president or name the congress of this nation and you’ll see that almost all of them have had ‘Executive Agenda’s’ in which to confront these issues…but sadly they never really got around to it. Until the late 1950’s and of course the 1960’s hereinafter referred to as the ‘Civil Rights Acts.’

I’ll stop there for now…that is a lot to digest. Cheers everyone!