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Question?: Pdd 51

John asks…

Will Obama enact ……………………………..?

pdd 51 http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2007/05/20070509-12.html when his secretary of treasury declares a force majeure and the amero http://craphound.com/images/amerocoin.jpg is suggested as the only answer. The amero http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hiPrsc9g98&feature=related will serve as currency for the NAU http://www.newamericancentury.org/.

World leaders had this to say regarding the economic crisis http://innerstreams.net/forums/index.php?topic=706.0

When people realize that their money regardless of location will be depreciated, possibly .40cents on the dollar, will the civil unrest caused by this force the implementation of martial law http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYxTzDFofZQ ; as a result the U.S. will call on canada with the new agreement to send its army over to assist http://www.mainemediaresources.com/ffj_03120801b.htm ?

What the stock market thinks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hiPrsc9g98&feature=related

The question is, are you ready?!
This is no conspiracy theory as one has suggested, I have provided you with substantial information (which your media will not). Feel free to research more.
Edit: when I last stated that this is not a conspiracy theory, I meant to state that this is NOT a fictional conspiracy and the theory is substantiated.
Thanks Shinji, I almost forgot to mention/post. Here is what FEMA is been up to. What would your box to say?


admin answers:

Ready for which thing…?
Imprisonment and execution in one of the 800 death camps here in the states,

Forcibly getting “chipped”,

codex alimentarus,

or Standing up to help in bringing it down!

Better to die fighting for what is right than to be put to death by those who only seek to murder and enslave.

If people refuse to defend the Constitution of these United States, then they truly do deserve to lose it. Unfortunately for us all, that process has already been set in motion.

Is everyone proud of their blindness and apathy now?

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Autism and Asperger’s. Hear a Sibling’s Perspective

Siblings of those with autism are anything but typical. They have wisdom beyond their years. They have a true understanding of what it means to be different. They have learned to compromise, negotiate and are the future social workers and great psychologists of our time.

We interviewed a nine year old boy about what it’s like to have a brother with Asperger’s syndrome. His answers were profound and his clarity of the situation impressed us. Many parents with children on the autism spectrum are concerned with the impact the disorder has on siblings. Adam Aviram, a young child put it all into perspective. He eloquently lets us know what it’s like having a ten year old brother with Asperger’s syndrome.

Typical to Asperger’s, his brother Dean Aviram (10 years old) has a passion. He loves history. He probably knows more than most adults and enjoys in depth conversations about world leaders and past events. Adam, on the other hand enjoys soccer and playing the Wii in his spare time. When it comes to playing with his brother, he tells us they enjoy sharing information. He proudly announced that he and his brother are working on building a time machine. This might not be typical kids play, but it doesn’t faze Adam. In fact, when asked how he thinks the pair would play differently if his brother did not have Asperger’s, he figures that it would be so different, he couldn’t possibly imagine it.

Adam says that he and his brother are really good friends. When asked “What’s one of the best thing about Asperger’s?” he doesn’t skip a beat. He doesn’t have to remember things because he knows his brother will. We agree that must be pretty convenient. When asked “What’s something frustrating about Asperger’s syndrome?” he lets us know that his brother loves the computer, and it’s hard to get him away from it when Adam wants to have fun instead.

Ask an adult to describe Aspergers and you’re likely to get a detailed explanation, or perhaps a technical one. But Adam Aviram, with his 9 years of wisdom simply tells it like it is. “Aspergers is a type of autism and it’s hard for people to have a good conversation with other people.” We certainly can’t argue with that!

When asked if he thinks his friends notice something different about his brother, he says “Yes.” But it doesn’t bother him and they don’t ask for details. They are however curious about why Adam likes to hang out with children on the autism spectrum during school lunch. That’s when he explains that he’s helping people, and that he’s interested because his brother has Asperger’s syndrome. Like many children with siblings on the autism spectrum, Adam goes above and beyond. He proves that not only is he an excellent brother, but an advocate to those with autism, and perhaps a pioneer of our times.

Parents are concerned about the family dynamic and the responsibility a child must bear when their sibling has autism. However, they can take comfort that siblings are resilient, open minded and accepting of the situation just the way it is.

You can view the video interview with Adam Aviram at http://www.nlconcepts.com/autism-adamsays.htm.

Jene Aviram is an accomplished author and developer of education materials for children with autism and special needs. She is a co-founder of Natural Learning Concepts, a leading manufacturer for special education materials and autism products. She is a strong advocate for those on the spectrum. Visit the Natural Learning Concepts website at http://www.nlconcepts.com
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