Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Beware of 'neighbors' who will use you.

Tom's Journal. http://tomschuckmanjournal.blogspot.com/


This item should be easy enough to check and verify,  friends !  But just who in Congress has what it takes to pursue this line of proof and uncovering ?  I would wager, NONE !


BTW, a fine gentleman called me this morning, who is also a Veteran, and works hard to help other Homeless Veterans in a Tri-County area U.P. here near me in Iron Mtn., MI  49801.   I plan to have lunch with him tomorrow at Carlos Cantina, a nice new, Mexican place with spicy food.   His name:  Mike Bachand.    Email:  mbachand@dicsami.org     ---Phone:  906-774-2256, Ext. 229.  He is not WITH the VA but remotely connected to it--- 'farmed out' you might say.
       I have always claimed to want to HELP other Christians and combat Veterans who have fallen on hard times, any way I can, if possible, and today I am making good on that endeavor, friends.   Please share this good news if you see merit in it.   Thanks !
       If We Veterans don't take care of each other  --- Who Will ? ? ?


Subject: Subject: SSN 042-68-4425

For those of you who don't know ...at the very bottom of this article the  attorney who authored this is John Wayne's daughter, also a graduate of  USC.
Jean Paul Luwig or Barak Hussein Obama? SSN# 042-68-4425
An intensive investigation has revealed the identity of the man whose Social Security Number (SSN) is being used by President Obama:
Jean Paul Ludwig, who was born in France in 1890,immigrated to the United States in 1924,and was assigned SSN 042-68-4425 (Obama's current SSN) rec'd on or about March 1977.
Mr. Ludwig lived most of his adult life in Connecticut . Because of that, his SSN begins with the digits 042, which are among only a select few reserved for Connecticut residents.
Barack H. Obama never lived or worked in that state! Therefore, there is no reason on earth for his SSN to start with the digits 042. None whatsoever!
Now comes the best part! J. P. Ludwig spent the final months of his life in Hawaii, where he died. Conveniently, Obama's grandmother, Madelyn Payne Dunham, worked part-time in the Probate Office in the Honolulu Hawaii Courthouse, and therefore had access to the SSNs of deceased individuals.
The Social Security Administration was never informed of Ludwig's death, and because he never received Social Security benefits there were no benefits to stop and therefore, no questions were ever raised.
The suspicion, of course, is that Dunham, knowing her grandson was not a U.S. Citizen, either because he was born in Kenya or became a citizen of Indonesia upon his adoption by Lolo Soetoro, simply scoured the probate records, until she found someone, who died who was not receiving Social Security benefits, and selected Mr.. Ludwig's Connecticut SSN for Obama.
Just wait until Trump gets past the birth certificate and onto the issue of Barry O's use of a stolen SSN . You will see leftist heads exploding, because they will have no way of defending Obama.
Although many Americans do not understand the meaning of the term "natural born" there are few who do not understand that if you are using someone else's SSN it is a clear indication of fraud.
Let's all get this information out to everybody on our mailing lists. If the voters of this great nation can succeed in bringing this lying, deceitful, cheating, corrupt, impostor to justice it will be the biggest and best news in decades for our country and the world.
If you can just say "oh well; ho hum" after reading this you get what you deserve.
"In God We Trust."
Aissa Wayne 
30765 P.C.H., Suite 203, Malibu, CA 90265
Tel:  (310) 457-9999
Fax:  (310) 457-0643

Hi Friends,
     I can truly identify with some of this story in some respects having lived through some hard times in the Winter of 1994-5 in a dangerous section of cold Milwaukee, after having been laid off from my good paying, but hard work job at Chrysler in Kenosha, WI.  My first marriage ruptured after 2 years [just like the Dept of labor says that most do -- after financial troubles], and even though I went back to college twice studying more welding and having jobs in various places most of the time.   I give my Lord Father God all the praise and credit for getting me thru this tough love period in my life, and then getting back on my feet, with a good retirement and pension, etc.   I have been humbled many times and still work hard on 'getting rid of the Old Man of Sin' after getting "Saved" and accepting Christ Jesus as my personal Savior.   At some points in my life, I asked the Lord, "what more evil can possible befall me ??"   It takes some of us an entire lifetime to really learn God's purpose for us, and then to do His Will....   but better to go thru trials and tribulations here and now, on earth, then spend eternity in Hell !  
       I have had the luxury and blessings to have a good well rounded education, plus serve in the Army and over in Vietnam: 68-70, as most of  you all know, and all of this contributed to my out look on life, and what a real Christian 'OUGHT TO DO' -- with the proper moral mindset [even as we all remain sinners on this earth... until the Rapture.].   But, so-called, 'tough love', and using common sense, and saving, keeping enough food and resources for our own  families, is very important !!   I know that I have long worn out that scripture from the apostle Paul to the Thessalonians in ancient Greece,  "that if any would not work, neither should he eat."  ~ Thess. 3: 10.     And even in my own German-American upbringing in Wisconsin,  someone who was lazy and would not work for the common good or to support his own family was almost as wicked as someone who cheated on his wife !!  And wasting food was a serious sin in our family and heritage.    And dang... with the PC's and computers now days and so much information, we can learn how to garden, and put food up/ canning, freezing, and pick the produce of some farmer with permission and pay...  we are still super spoiled in this once great country, until the Liberals came into power....  duh.   But don't worry,  all the real experts believe that things will get MUCH WORSE, and in short time.   The fish are dying off the West [Left]  Coast, and the Bees are dying in Middle America, and BTW, we are living in the 'End Times.'  
        I will try my very best to help my fellow brothers in Christ, not to go hungry, but I have already put together a sort of:  Community Watch, on Steroids,  where we meet sometimes to share and encourage and teach each other our special ways of Prepping,  for most any emergency.  Those who love Jesus Christ and try to do His  Will ARE MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS !   But everybody has to understand that MY family must come first ! 

I have seen so-called, "Rice Christians" come to church on certain nights [from the ghetto] just to get some free bags of groceries, even though they would not even sit in the worship part of the church in Kenosha, WI., and disagreed with the pastor, at the time,  but I respected his commands and wishes.  And wouldn't you know that those "poor folks" all smelled like cigarette smoke and also needed to bath... and were even PICKY AS TO WHAT KIND OF FOOD  THEY WERE GIVEN !!   Sorry,  I would have sifted them out and changed the rules of the church's generosity,  being a mean old nasty man that I am....  lol.  
     Perhaps my good friend and pastor doesn't think that things will get that bad in the immediate future [and I love, respect and honor that fine gentleman],  but I like to be prepared.... perhaps because I had to live though some humiliating, hard times that I mentioned before....  with NO ONE, not even any member of my family willing to take me in for that short time, until Chrysler did call me back to work in May of 1995, and then I never would NEED their help !   Sorry so SOUND bitter, but let's just say that I 'learned a lot' in those lean years and still carry them in my heart.   
     I'll tell you one thing,  if you partied hardy, super vacationed, and pissed all your money away on stupidity all your life,  don't complain to me if you have nothing now.  Go ahead and rely on the Gov't and FEMA, and see how they treat you, when the stink hits the fan.

Proverbs 10: 5, says:   "He that gathereth in Summer is a wise son:  but he that sleepeth in harvest is a son that causeth shame."  

Proverbs 10: 3,   "The Lord will not suffer the soul of the righteous to famish:  but he casteth away the substance of the wicked."

Proverbs 12: 11,  "He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied with bread:   but the that followeth vain persons is void of understanding."  
       ... And many more in the great book of Proverbs !  For a great KJV translation that will aid you in understanding the Bible,  go to:   biblefortoday.org   -- for my favorite:  DEFINED KJV Bible, and for a economical price $$ !      And then you can 'soar like an eagle !'
     Have a great day, dear Friends.   I love to get emails and comments from you all.

Warm Regards,
Tommy Schuckman 

Thank You, Greg [Skeeter], for forwarding this to me.   Smile.

Monday, April 20, 2015 2:28 PM

By Brad M
After getting home from a 12 hour work day, shoveled the snow off of your driveway and walks, and find that you are tired and hungry. You decide you want a plate of Nacho’s, so you make them for yourself. Just as you are walking to your couch to sit down and enjoy your Nacho’s while you watch the big game, your doorbell rings. You answer it and it is a neighbor from the next street. His power is out and asks if he could stay while it is being restored. You say sure, and invite him to watch the game with you. He sits down and the game gets going. A few minutes later your neighbor mentions how good your Nacho’s look , and smell. He then asks if he can have some. You only made a small plate and you don’t have any more Nacho makings to make more. He eye’s you r plate waiting for a response .

You apologize because you have been eating the Nacho’s with your fingers, and don’t have any more supplies with which to make more. Your neighbor asks if you have anything else because he is very hungry . You offer to cook up some spaghetti, and he looks relieved. You go into the kitchen and start preparing the food. As you are in there your friend makes a phone call on his mobile, and then returns to watching TV. He changes the channel and starts watching a movie. Just as you finish the spaghetti and serve up a plate, just as your doorbell rings again. Upon opening the door you find your neighbor had called to invite his family over for dinner. Since you had made spaghetti you server up all that there is to his wife and two kids. They eat and thank you for the food. While you are cleaning up after dinner you hear a newsbreak on your TV, which announces that the power outage is going to last for a bit and will be spreading to most of the area as it was due to damage done to your local power network by some misguided individuals. Just after the announcement your neighbor walks in and repeats the outlet. He is concerned because his house will not have a working furnace without the power. There is an uncomfortable pause after which your neighbor asks if they could stay there for the night. As he is asking the power goes out at your place too. You tell him that they can stay for the night, but they would have to go home in the morning, to which he agrees.
Through the night you hear some commotion outside, but stay indoors to keep warm. In the morning you arise to find your neighbors family eating breakfast at your table with no food left on the table for you. They apologize and say that their kids ate too much, and would be happy to make you some if you would like, but knowing you would have to go to the store you politely decline. You clean up the mess in the kitchen and walking back into your living room you find them all comfortably sitting at the table. You pull the father aside and remind him that they need to be heading out, as you need to get to the store. After a little more prodding , they leave begrudgingly . You look through your pantry, and find that much of your food is gone, and the wood you had stacked by the fire has all been burned to heat the living room. Now it is time to restock. Can you? Now let’s assume that the power does not come back on for the next couple of days.
Your neighbor returns a couple of days later and says that his power is still out. You remind him that yours is too. He says his house is very cold and they have no wood to burn to heat it with. He further says that his kids are hungry. You empathize with him, but remind him that his family has already consumed your food and wood, and you have nothing left to give him. You further remind him that you have not been able to go to the store because they closed the night the power went out. His desperation is apparent on his face, and in his voice. You tell him you are sorry and start to close the door, but he puts his foot in it. He demands to see if your lying to him, and questions your honesty, and Christian beliefs. You open the door and allow him in. He quickly pushes by you and walks into your kitchen to find the cupboards empty and the fridge open. His shoulders slump as he realizes that he was wrong. He turns and leaves. You close the door grateful that he hadn’t discovered your food storage, and wonder if he would have been even more upset if he had found it.
Would you do it again? Or for that matter, would you have done in the first place ? You have provided shelter for your neighbor and his family, fed them two meals, and then cleaned up after them. They did nothing but ask for and expect more. How far off is this example from reality? I mean c harity is a worthy pursuit, but I also believe that you give to those who are in need, not just those who want a handout.
I have been involved in a renewed emergency preparedness effort in my church, and have met all sorts of people with many different views on the subject. Thankfully, I have not met any who openly state that they will take what they need in bad times, but some of their attitudes seem a bit strange to say the least. There are even some who say that they are preppers, but it seems that they always want something from members of the congregation. For instance, Mom will be out of town on business or what not, and they will need their meals brought in for the two teenage Eagle Scouts, and Dad who is home in the late afternoon daily. How will these peop le survive when times are bad, when they can’t even provide for themselves when mommy is away for a couple of days? Even more surprising is that the notification for help is not a request, it is just that. It is a notification that meals should be provided at 5 pm daily . It is expected. I am thankful that this form of thinking is just foreign to me and my family . Expecting others to provide for us? No my job is to provide for the needs of my family and to teach my family to provide for their own needs . I do teach them charity and to love our neighbors as well, but to recognize need and sloth for what they are.
Then there are those who say that “it would be nice to have food and supplies stocked, but they don’t have the money to do it”, but they make that trip to Disneyland every year , have those season passes to ski resorts, or maybe spend the summer traveling the tristate area with their kids so they can play Lacrosse. Will that feed, or defend their family in bad times? I am thinking no, but maybe that is just me. These people do take comfort though in the ‘fact’ that when bad times happen they can rely on FEMA, or their local government Emergency Responders. I wonder if they have ever read what FEMA tells people to do in case of an emergency or disaster. I believe it is something like “Make a plan, get a kit, be prepared.” And when you read on their website and in their literature, they further say that you be prepared to make it on your own for a “PERIOD OF TIME”. They don’t say what period of time it is, but if Katrina is any indicator, then that time would be for about a week. That means that before they are able to turn over the safety of their spouse and children to someone else so they can rest at the local FEMA Shelter, they must have enough ‘stuff’ to supply for a week. Of course that will depend largely on what type of event has occurred.
In 1991, when I lived in LA County, there wasn’t time for a friendly FEMA facility to be set up, and if it would have been, it would have likely been burned to the ground. Of course Emergency Responders were not really going into the dangerous areas anyway. That would be the areas, where people were that needed help. My neighbor was ‘lucky’ enough to be a resident of ‘ Na h lins ’ and was forced to relocate to one of the Emergency Shelters in the aftermath, “for her own protection” . During this stay at the local Shelter, she was assigned a cot in the middle of a gymnasium full of cots, but no privacy. She was given food and water when it was available, and was able to take long cold bath’s out of a sink in the bathroom sink using baby wipes she always carried. She found privacy by putting a large opaque, thin painter’s tarp over her cot with her under it. Her only change of clothes was a t-shirt she kept in her purse. T hey separated children from Parents, and many of the children were then relocated further away to ‘better provide for their safety and needs’. In some cases it took weeks to months to even locate their children afterwards, and until parents provided physical proof of relation, they couldn’t get their kids back. That sounds just wonderful, doesn’t it? My friend fared better than most, but did endure listening to two sexual assaults that occurred at the shelter.
So to those who feel that they don’t need to prepare for anything because they pay their taxes and that is all the preparation they need to take, what do you say to them? For me I say that they are ‘ENTITLED’ to whatever they get. To their children, I say “You deserved better”.

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