I am not this hair or this skin, I'm the soul that lives within...
India Arie


The Cur­rent Year is 6274

The feel­ing is strong and it over­pow­ers my thoughts, I am not aware of the real­ity that my blood knows only to well!
My mind is hos­tile for the wrong rea­sons, I am only sun and man, but the need to be brother is tremendous!

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The lone RangerReturn with us now to those thrilling days of yes­ter­year! From out of the past come the thun­der­ing hoof­beats of the great horse Sil­ver! The Lone Ranger rides again.”

I was on Miles Franklin web­site when I saw this arti­cle by Gary Chris­ten­son.

Dur­ing the 1950s, the Lone Ranger thrilled tele­vi­sion audi­ences. Gold sold for $35 per ounce, sil­ver sold for $0.90, a milk­shake cost $0.20, and the dol­lar was exchange­able (by for­eign coun­tries) for U.S. gold.

Who was that masked man? The Lone Ranger fought for truth and jus­tice. He fol­lowed a strict moral code that included (per Wikipedia):

That God put the fire­wood there, but that every man must gather and light it himself.”

That sooner or later… some­where… some­how… we must set­tle with the world and make pay­ment for what we have taken.”

The Lone Ranger wore a mask over his eyes to con­ceal his iden­tity as a sur­viv­ing Texas Ranger and crime fighter.

Many of the crim­i­nals he fought wore masks over their nose and mouth to hide their iden­tity as thieves, bank rob­bers, cat­tle rustlers, coun­ter­feit­ers, and killers.

Today, gold sells for about $2,000 per ounce, sil­ver sells for $25 per ounce, the Lone Ranger no longer rides the trails in the old west, and the dol­lar is not backed by gold. In 2020 peo­ple wear masks because polit­i­cal and med­ical author­i­ties demand it. Mean­while, back in D.C. the Fed attempts to solve an excess debt prob­lem by cre­at­ing more debt.

Read More: Who was that mask Man



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