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Trapped in A 3D World 3.0

We haven’t been able to write for the last two weeks or so, and it is for some very good reasons. First, I have to help the incoming local administration of my beloved hometown, Saint Bernard [old name: Himatagon] making necessary preparations for its assumption to office.

Throughout the campaign period, I have extended some form of voluntary assistance including taking videos of political sorties, administering a Facebook page for the said political party which included formulating and posting rebuttals to adversarial issues raised by the other camp, and in one time performing live yet corny stuff.

I have not participated in any political actions since 1998, but with this one I took exception for I saw a man of true dignity, discipline and the organizational skills which our town needed so badly. His sterling record of putting duty to country first before self and family could never be outshined by any of the local personalities. I have made some short descriptions about him in our “Trapped in A 3d World” article.

It can be remembered that this town was hit by an artificial disaster which buried one whole village in less than a minute. The outpouring of international help in 2006 did help reduce the shock felt by the survivors but the insatiable greed of the few who later came into the local political scene made all hell possible for these people. They are now on the way out. The next administration we supported throughout the grueling campaign period will assume office on July 1st.

Among other projects, the incoming mayor recently asked for me to assist in their plan to put the whole municipality of Himatagon online. It’s a massive undertaking to say the least. The internet service here is one of the country’s slowest. The lofty goal is to transform this town from a mere 4th class municipality into a first-class mini city.

We have since transformed the campaign page into one of promoting unity and popular participation. What we at eClinik are mostly excited about is that: we are now in a better position to influence more people into the kind of progressive mindset we are made of.

As you may already know, most parts of this country is populated by highly brainwashed (85% Catholics), and taking them to the same thinking requires some real heavy lifting.

But we are fully committed, and we will prevail.

Alongside all these, we are also developing a new website which will host the second edition of our eBook, Towards Healthcare Emancipation 2.x, which is significantly bigger and better than the first.

Thank you very much for bearing with us.

Local Elections 2013

It was a very close fight between a newbie and the incumbents.

Kuya Nap Cuaton of Partido ng Masang Pilipino, the same party of the former propoor president Joseph “Erap” Estrada, who was ousted by the CIA/Jesuit in 2001, won by a margin of 213 votes only.

His running mate for vice-mayor, daughter of a veteran-politician, won by a 1000+ margin, while five out of his eight councilor-candidates made it to the final eight.

The final tally is in this MSM website.

Let me share you now some photos taken by a die–hard supporter, about 4:30 in the morning of May 14th…

One of the significant sources of funds for the Cabal is the healthcare industry which registered a whopping $2.7 trillion in 2011, and is projected to soar to $3.6 trillion in 2016, in the US alone. We believe that this is just a conservative figure.

You can join the fight against the Dark Cabal and accelerate its demise just by boycotting Big Pharma. You can effectively do this by downloading “Towards Healthcare Emancipation“, a fully illustrated do-it-yourself instructional eBook that will help you in implementing all eClinik methods that would negate the use of expensive medicine, avoid radioactive diagnostics and treatments in completely defeating cancer, AIDS and all other parasitic diseases. These methods, when faithfully followed, work 100% all the time. Find out more about this here.

We are very grateful to the following for the love and support they’ve given us for the month of May 2013:

James F, $10
Millard C, $15
Meera M, $49.95
Pamela F, $100
Wiley S, $100
John A, $10
Charles B, $10


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