In a scene from the Beatles’ “I am the Walrus”, Barack Obama, Al Gore, Bob and Sarah Dylan and Britney Spears have all become entwined in a wave of positive hope and change sweeping across the United States and our home Planet Earth. In “I am the Walrus” the Beatles sang “I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together. See how they run like pigs from a gun, see how they fly, I’m crying.” Scientists say that all of our cells die and are replaced every seven years and that inside of every human being is an atom from every person who has ever lived but what do scientists know, they only flew us to the moon to play golf.
In a recent interview with Time Magazine Nobel Laureate Al Gore said, “Everything I do is within the context of priority number one: how can I help contribute to a solution to the climate crisis? When I was in the Snow and Ice Data Center, receiving a full briefing on the polar ice caps, afterwards I would turn on my TV and there were two networks with the bulletin: ‘Britney Spears loses custody of her children.’ We’re living in a madhouse if our priorities focus on Britney Spears’ custody battle, the embalming of Anna Nicole Smith, or the trial of O.J. Simpson, while we ignore the greatest crisis this nation has ever faced, climate change disaster.” According to Nobel Laureate Al Gore, our home Planet Earth is a madhouse, a lunatic asylum, and we are all insane.
Insantiy is when due to a mental illness a person is a danger to themselves or to others, or due to mental illness a person does not understand the nature and consequences of their actions. Last night Britney Spears was declared insane by a doctor and forcibly carted off to the insane asylum in a video clip spread repeatedly around the world via TV and the internet. Bob Dylan wrote a song called “Like a Rolling Stone” which applies to Britney Spears and all the people of Planet Earth today. Bob Dylan wrote, “Once upon a time you dressed so fine, you threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you? People call, say beware doll, you’re bound to fall. You thought they were all kiddin you, you used to laugh about, everybody that was hangin out, now you don’t talk so loud, now you don’t seem so proud. About having to be scrounging your nest meal. How does it feel, How does it feel, To be without a home, Like a complete unknown, Like a rolling stone?” Watch Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones sing it, here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTqEW2em0u4
The white people of the United States brought the black people over from Africa to be their oppressed and lynched slaves. The white American Ku Klux Klan terrorists dressed in white robes, with white hoods, and gathered around large burning crosses and held up small burning crosses and hung black Americans from trees because of the color of their skin. Then, on January 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1964 Martin Luther King won the Nobel Peace Prize. In 1986 the United States of America declared a national holiday, Martin Luther King Day.
Martin Luther King paved the way for Barack Obama, the modern Elvis, Beatlemania, Barack Obama, whose message of hope and change, to beat back climate change, to end our dependency on “the tyranny of oil”, to end the war in Iraq led to his victory in Iowa last night, and has him poised to be the next President of the United States. If this happens, it will be like the arrival of the Messiah, to lead the charge to end global warming which is leading us all to desertification of our home, Planet Earth which will lead to fighting over the remaining fresh water and soil and nuclear world war III which will have no survivors and leave the planet earth our home permanently radioactive and uninhabitable.
Because Martin Luther King said, “I have a dream”, the United States is about to cast off it’s last vestiges of racism, elect a black President, and become a light unto the world, leading it to world peace and safety. In her song “Dreamer”, Sarah Dylan of the young generation supporting Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey’s battle against climate change sings, “If I asked you just one question, what would your answer be, life was simple, but I knew that it would be more complicated. Who can laugh like, who can be mine, who can ask for more, the score is falling, my dreams are calling, they lead me past your door. Who loves you, who needs you, who wants you to come home, they say that you’re a dreamer, But I want you as my own…Your mind is slipping…You’re lost, I can’t help you to find the one you’re looking for. Don’t you know you’re the one I’m looking for.” http://www.myspace.com/sarahdylanmusic We all are lost in a madhouse, says Al Gore, but now we are finding our way thanks to the many courageous dreamers and visionaries among us.
Britney, the answer to Sarah Dylan’s question is your two beautiful sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1. Your children love you, your children need you, your children want you to come home. The United States is mainly a Christian country based upon love for yourself, the components of your body, air, water and earth, and the air, water and earth making up your neighbors. Loving yourself and loving your neighbors does not include mocking them, or laughing at them, or tearing them to pieces or poisoning the air, water or earth the children are all made of, no matter their skin color. If we continue on this course, then soon Bob Dylan’s words will come true for every child on earth, “How does it feel, How does it feel, To be without a home, (Planet Earth) Like a complete unknown, Like a (radioactive) rolling stone?”
Bill and Hillary Clinton refused to ratify the Kyoto Protocol. The time has come for Barack Obama. The future of our home Planet Earth depends upon it. If the United States can evolve from a racist to a non racist country then everything is possible if we all unite to beat back the impending disaster of climate change. The time has come to replace hatred with love. It’s now or never. Do it for the children. Blessed are the peacemakers and blessed are the environmentalists.