Thursday, March 2, 2017

Mexican Reality.

Tom's Journal.

Beautiful German Song:

Foreword in Polish: 

Witam Drodzy Polscy Przyjaciele,
widzę, że niektóre z twoich typa kraju mężczyzn także wyposażeni w czytaniu mojego skromnego bloga i z pewnością witamy wszystkich ! Mam również nadzieję, że niektórzy z was może odpowiedzieć i Ogłaszaj swoje opinie na różne tematy, które ja post na moim blogu: Tom's journal. Zawsze można znaleźć mojego adresu e-mail na mojej stronie bloga, bo jest po prostu częścią formatu.... i ja także powtórzyć i wydrukować go ponownie, zwykle na końcu każdego testu POST.
Chcę szczególnie życzymy my chrześcijańscy bracia i siostry a nice, bezpiecznego, radosnego, dzień. Nie mogę się doczekać tego dnia, zbyt, za dużo do zrobienia, jak planowano.
Z serdecznymi pozdrowieniami,
Tommy Schuckman
"Jezus jest panem".
mój email:

Dear Thomas,
The Department of Veterans Affairs has been plagued by scandals for years, and almost no one is being held accountable.
The VA Accountability First Act of 2017 - introduced by House Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Rep. Phil Roe (R-TN) earlier this week - seeks to change that.
Under the current system, VA employees have stolen and sold medication meant for veterans, manipulated wait times, and left veterans to die - and it's nearly impossible for them to be fired. Worse still, whistleblowers who speak up against wrongdoings are frequently punished.
The new VA Accountability First Act would make it easier for bad employees to be fired while giving whistleblowers the protection they deserve. It would also allow the VA to reduce the pensions of VA employees convicted of felonies and recoup bonuses awarded in error.

To learn more about this much-needed piece of legislation,
click here.

For Freedom,

Dan Caldwell Signature
Dan Caldwell
Policy Director
Concerned Veterans for America

This email

Hello  Friends,
    Did I ever mention that I was/ and am a 'Wood Carver,' and do a pretty good job at that hobby, using a "router ?"   I prefer Sears Craftsman tools because they feel 'right' in my hands, and always had a great guarantee if they broke, under normal use.   And it took many years to perfect my art/ craft.   Few people even know what a "Router" is !   It's a glorified 'drill' that is chiefly used to 'edging' wood, making grooves and other fancy designs in wood,  but I mainly used it to carve words and scriptures into wood, and simple objects, like trees, the sun, etc.  I even did a special, carefully done project and went door to door, drumming up work, with ideas such as:   Plaques with:   'The Jones Family --- John and Jane, etc.' and charge about $20.  to augment my meager income, when I was laid off from Chrysler for 6 long, miserable years.

I forgot why I even mentioned this fact --- part of my life/ and skill,  but thought it somehow tied into my message for today on this blog post....

I had 2 appointments yesterday at the local VAMC, and the 2 kind Nurses I saw always treat me well,  but some other business I had there --- only got me jerked around, and part of that was Medicine business related.  Fact is:   So many times the 'Right hand doesn't know what the Left is doing !!'   And my fellow Veterans have had to put up with this manure all their lives, with no recourse !!   And of course some mean-spirited, almighty VA officials have special ways to really make your life miserable, if they so want.   So....  we Veterans can NEVER, ever, SAY OR DO ANYTING that smacks of impoliteness,  sarcasm, NO FOUL LANGUAGE, swearing, cussing, that could be labeled as, "Disorderly Conduct,"  of the VA cops would be called and we would go to jail, and that would also go into our records, and then pigeon holed to get, "The Good Old Boys" treatment !    I kid you NOT !   Yes,  those people can and will, mark some kind of translation, Word, or symbol on our 201 Files, and we will then get, "The Treatment," for a very long time.   So.... most common, average, Vet's perhaps don't have the verbal skills to 'word their way around' the devilish VA system, and just go home, never to return!   Or do something much worse.   And as I have said before, the Obama Administration's VA system was purposely designed this way, and EVEN GAVE THE VA EMPLOYEE'S A BONUS $$$$ IF THE KNOCKED A VETERAN out of the picture, and some how DENIED him or her, their rightful benefits ! ! !   Hello !   And we wonder WHY some Vets have a very bitter opinion of their  VA ??   Ha!   I just cannot tell my own personal story enough times of being abused, big time !   But this will have to do for today.
       The sun is out today, but it's still chilly, as 'March went in like a Lion.'   But I am looking forward to a fine, special day that the Lord has made !

I am a 'dog guy,'  but I just may get a cat, 'to do a certain job.'   And she might be a companion for me, too.   I was taught to never abuse any animals by my farmer Dad.   It's funny...  but people [even the heathen] sometimes mirror the Bible, even though they are ignorant of it.   I was discussing that fact with a friend yesterday, too.   That God has instilled a 'commonality in all humans, that certain things in life are just plain WRONG,  such as murder, adultery, stealing, lying, etc.'   There is a special scripture offered by the Apostle Paul,  but I would have to research it again, to post it here, today.  
      I have also worked out a special 'method' or system where I go about finding the right scripture to prove my point, and I use the term/ phrase:  "Winging It."   If you can just remember PART of the scripture and type it into the "dialogue box" on the top most portion of your monitor screen, and stroke, "Enter,"  you can find things easier that way.    Or first type:  "Where is the Bible verse/  or Idea/ Thought.................... ?    That can help you.   I hope this also works for you all, dear friends.  
          And I also love many special SONGS and MUSIC !   U-Tube, has some great songs and Videos, which I really enjoy, and they put me in  a great, reflective mood !   PTL.
        People from the UK, England, Scotland and Wales, are starting to read my humble blog more now, too, and that warms my heart.    Norway, France, Poland also like me.   Germany used to like me a lot,  but I hope I didn't say something to offend them,  such as my personal "Opinion of Chancellor Merkel,"  who is an avowed Socialist, who is now trying hard to 'walk back' her mistakes of allowing the crude Islamic, murdering, rapping, Muslims, into their once beautiful land.   There is an "Oldie" Song from the early 1960's by the 'Ides of March'  called:   "You wouldn't listen to Me."   Get the idea ?     Ha! Not too many people have had the classical education that I did,  from Old Milwaukee, which is also the name of a cheap beer... lol.   


Ides Of March - You Wouldn't Listen - Duration: 2:29.

  • 7 years ago
Original hit single from 1966

     I hope  you can download that song right now,  after you have read the 'eye opener about Mexican Laws.'   
    Please watch out and be careful of the slippery ice, today.

Warm Regards,
Tommy Schuckman

The following is from Tom O'Malley, who was a Director with S.W. BELL in Mexico City :
"I spent five years working in Mexico . I worked under a tourist Visa for three months and could legally renew it for three more months. After that you were working illegally. I was technically illegal for three weeks waiting on the FM3 approval.
"During that six months our Mexican and U.S. attorneys were working to secure a permanent work visa called a 'FM3'. It was in addition to my U.S. passport that I had to show each time I entered and left the country. Barbara's was the same, except hers did not permit her to work.
"To apply for the FM3, I needed to submit the following notarized originals (not copies):
1. Birth certificate for Barbara and me.
2. Marriage certificate.
3. High school transcripts and proof of graduation.
4. College transcripts for every college I attended and proof of graduation.
5. Two letters of recommendation from supervisors I had worked for at least one year.
6. A letter from the St. Louis Chief of Police indicating that I had no arrest record in the U.S. and no outstanding  warrants and, was "a citizen in good standing".
7.Finally, I had to write a letter about myself that clearly stated why there was no Mexican citizen with my skills and why my skills were important to Mexico .
We called it our 'I am the greatest person on Earth' letter. It was fun to write.
"All of the above were in English that had to be translated into Spanish and be certified as legal translations, and our signatures notarized. It produced a folder about 1.5 inches thick with English on the left side & Spanish on the right."
"Once they were completed, Barbara and I spent about five hours, accompanied by a Mexican attorney, touring  Mexican government office locations and being photographed and fingerprinted at least three times at each location, and we remember at least four locations where we were  instructed on Mexican tax, labor, housing, and criminal law and that we were required to obey their laws or face the  consequences.
We could not protest any of the government's actions or we would be committing a felony. We paid out four thousand dollars in fees and bribes to complete the process. When this was done we could legally bring in our household goods that were held by U.S. Customs in Laredo,Texas .
This meant we had rented  furniture in Mexico while awaiting our goods. There were extensive fees involved here that the company paid."
"We could not buy a home and were required to rent at very high rates and under contract and compliance with Mexican law."
"We were required to get a Mexican driver's license. This was an amazing process. The company arranged for the licensing agency to come to our headquarters location with their photography and fingerprint equipment and the laminating machine. We showed our U.S. license, were photographed and fingerprinted again and issued the license instantly after paying out a six dollar fee. 
We did not take a written or driving test and never received instructions on the rules of the road. Our only instruction was to never give a policeman your license, if stopped and asked. We were instructed to hold it against the inside window away from his grasp. If he got his hands on it you, would have to pay ransom to get it back."
"We then had to pay and file Mexican income tax annually using the number of our FM3 as our ID number. The  company's Mexican accountants did this for us and we just signed what they prepared. It was about twenty legal size pages annually." 
 "The FM3 was good for three years and renewable for two more after paying more fees."   
 "Leaving the country meant turning in the FM3 and certifying we were leaving no debts behind and no  outstanding legal affairs (warrants, tickets or liens)  before our household goods were released to customs."  
"It was a real adventure and if any of our Senators or Congressmen went through it once, they would have a different  attitude toward Mexico ."
"The Mexican government uses its vast military and police forces to keep its citizens intimidated and  compliant. They never protest at their capitol or government offices, but do protest daily in front of the United States Embassy. The U.S. Embassy looks like a strongly reinforced fortress and during most protests the Mexican military surrounds the block with their men standing shoulder to shoulder in full riot gear to protect the Embassy. These protests are never shown on U.S. or Mexican TV. There is a large public park across the street  where they do their protesting. Anything can cause a protest such as proposed law changes in California or Texas ."
Please feel free to share this with everyone who thinks we are being hard on the illegals. Right!! Most Americans of the liberal left persuasion would never understand this.. Most are blind to this reality.
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