My Story

I was blessed early on by being born into a military family. My father took the family around the world on different assignments that provided a look into other cultures and their way of life. When I look back, I met various people from the heartland of America in places like Indiana and Illinois to the Far East in Okinawa and Taiwan. Having a father in the military had its perks, but it was also a wake-up call regarding discipline. In high school, I played sports and was very active in wrestling, football, and track. Other spare time activities were out running the neighborhood and doing those things that most kids in the 70s, 80s, and 90s did. Most kids today don’t understand that back in those days, we got to live a life of getting out and exploring nature and our surroundings in the real world in a face-to-face manner. I think that’s one of the most extraordinary things that helped shape me. As I’m looking at most of what’s going on with today’s society and the inherent reliance on technology, I’ve decided to change my life and career to help others break free with services and products that support self-reliance.

My military career started in the ’80s. Contrary to my raised discipline, I jumped feet first into the frying pan by joining the Marine Corps. What saved me from some hard lessons was the discipline and work ethic I observed watching my mother and father. The discipline of doing the right thing and putting in the hard work paid off during my time in the United States Marine Corps. After the Marine Corps, I served in the United States Navy. During my time in the Navy, I served with Special Operations Forces for two assignments. These assignments led to three deployments in Afghanistan and two in Iraq. These tours furthered my understanding of American diplomacy while exposing the number of financial resources used and abused and the regretful loss of American lives.

The call for Freedom by our press and the politicians was a veiled attempt at false justice while companies made record profits.

In late 2012, seeing a complete undermining of military leadership by our politicians, I retired as a Chief Petty Officer. It was a tough decision, but I needed it for my integrity. Entering civilian life, I worked at Special Operations Command as a contractor and then worked in the defense industry. These experiences and my contractor work helped shape me, strengthen my patriotism and love of country, and gave me a deep desire to do the right thing. Looking back on our country’s changes in the last 30 years, I can see a policy that seemed inconsistent with getting the job done overseas. These policies also seemed prevalent in the defense industry. The change in mindset I have experienced in the last five years is one that I am embracing as God is placing truth in front of us for exposure. This exposure will only happen if we choose courage over fear in the face of adversity and tyranny.

I was fortunate as a child to have my father encourage free thought while instilling discipline that encouraged, sometimes to my chagrin, the use of a dictionary and thesaurus when looking for answers. Over time, the encouragement from my father gave me the skills necessary for critical analysis when looking at the essential issues facing society, our country, and the world. This critical thinking is vital when looking at patterns and analyzing what has happened or is taking place. One of the most incredible things about putting practices together is it helps you understand what’s about to happen next. I’ve looked at the changes placed on our culture and nation, and I’m noticing we are going forth with a path that takes away national sovereignty, pride in ourselves, pride in our country, and a belief in God.

Our view of fellow human beings with kindness seems looked upon with disdain and weakness. We no longer look at each other as those we should interact with within a physical sense but rely on a phone or computer. The proliferation of cell phones has placed a counterproductive weight on humanity and life itself. The influence on emotions such as happiness and fulfillment based on likes or dislikes is discouraging. This attitude is against what the Bible teaches by being selfish or self-indulgent.

The movement by Technocracy is entirely against the teaching of the Bible and the word of God. When I look back on some of these changes, most of them occurred and accelerated in the 1990s. The proliferation of the personal desktop computer, followed closely by the cell phone, has profoundly impacted the world. All of humanity is now moving forward with technology and an “I can’t live without it” mentality. We have forgotten what makes us truly unique as humans and that we function better when interacting with nature and other human beings in “real-time.” My efforts in getting out, interacting, and engaging with others who don’t fear mandates, social engineering, and false narratives for Freedom and humanity are ones I never thought I would be doing.

Our duty as humans is to get out and tell the truth. You will be ostracized and vilified, but we must stand up for our God-given Freedom. Many out there like me are sitting down and finding out someone else knows there’s something ominous planned, and it is just over the horizon. Let me tell you; you’re not alone. I’m here to tell you what I and others see as we watch those in power move us into a genuinely dystopian future that does not have mine, yours, or our family’s best interest as part of their plan. The only way forward is to be a force in the great awakening of all humanity to understand the actual danger of what lies ahead for us. In my mind, this will empower us to take steps to mitigate or eliminate the threat to our families and us. I’m hoping that people understand and join me in waking others up from the sleep they are in and the lie they’ve been fed on what truly propels society and humanity.