Wow from this photo by Commander Scott Kelly, we’re not in Kansas anymore, taken from station on New Years Day the Commander captures the kickoff of a year that will be in our history books. This photo just might represent a silver lining for humanity that is shrouded in a layer of darkness over human rights, global manipulation and our ever-changing planet. First out of the box for the New Year Saudi Arabia which was pointed by the UN as Head of Counsel for Human Rights executes 47 people along with the cleric Nimr al-Nimr, then we have Oregon patriots occupying Oregon’s Malheur Wildlife Refuge over harassment and claims of unjust practice from the BLM. Bundy says the armed protest is about forcing the government to play by its own rules, we want the government to abide by the Constitution and play by rules, this is what this protest is about. Sunday rolls around and Saudi Arabia severs ties from Iran from protest in Tehran at Saudi’s embassy and if that’s not enough to shack things up an earthquake of M 6.7 – hits 29km west of Imphal, India. That was just some of the news on New Years weekend, we head into Monday and China’s market hits the skids dragging world markets with it, someone cooking the books?
From this photo which is one of the best photos taken of Earth, we don’t see the conflicts on the ground and her moving the plates around, it represents something else, a dawn of reason in which we get our heads out of our ass and we’re lucky that the planet will allow this, but for how long?
A Legacy of Mission Objectives
From a legacy of mission objectives since we could write, it seems the crew on Earth in many realms has been expendable and played throughout human history, we keep finding guys like Ash in this clip bellow who end up reveling mission objectives even though with smug offering of sympathies, at which point we burn what’s been left behind of burnt offerings.