Microsoft Warning Alert Scam

Very early this morning, I was using a new to me, used Dell laptop computer that I just bought yesterday, when I got a **Microsoft Warning Alert** pop up screen that took control of my computer.  It looked like this:

Windows Warning Alert
Malicious Spyware/Riskware Detected
Error FXX000
Please call us immediately at: +1-888-371-0333
Do not ignore this critical alert.
If you close this page, your computer access will be disabled to prevent further damage to our network. Your computer has alerted us that it has been infected with a Spyware and risk ware. The following information is being stolen…
> Financial Data
> Facebook Logins
> Credit Card Details
> Email Account Logins
> Photos stored on this computer
You must contact us immediately so that our technical support can walk you through the removal process over the phone to protect your identity. Please call us within the next 5 minutes to prevent your computer from being disabled or from any information loss.
Toll Free: +1-888-371-0333

Because this was a new to me, used computer, I was suspicious and angry about this alert, I had never gotten one of these alerts before.  I was willing to call this technical support telephone number, which in my case was 844-313-9359, to see if this was a scam or not.

When I dialed this number, the person who answered was from India, and he said that he was Microsoft Support.  He wanted to know what the error message was.  He told me to hold down the Microsoft icon key on the keyboard, and type the letter “R”, which brought up a dialog box.  In this dialog box, he instructed me to type in “iexplore support123.ga”, which I did.

I was suspicious about this process.  When the computer screen showed that I was accessing the ConnectWise site, I stopped this process and I told the guy that I didn’t believe that he worked for Microsoft, and I hung up the telephone.  Microsoft does not need to use other parties’ websites or software to perform diagnostics.

Performing a Google search for “scam 844-313-9359”, I found one, and only one internet article explaining what this scam was.

The ConnectWise company, is a provider of software that allows other people to remotely access and control your computer, which is something that you should never allow without knowing and understanding who you are dealing with and what this means.

I telephoned the ConnectWise company in Tampa, and I explained to them about the pop up screen/virus “Microsoft Warning Alert” that was fraudulent and not from Microsoft, the fraudulent Microsoft Tech Support number 844-313-9359, the person who answered the phone fraudulently stating that he was Microsoft Support, and then being directed to enter in “www.support123.ga”, which brings up the ConnectWise site.

The security person that I spoke to at ConnectWise confirmed that once you download the ConnectWise software, the scammer would be able to remotely access and monitor your computer to collect bank account and credit card account usernames and passwords in order to log in to these accounts and transfer money.

Once you download the ConnectWise software, the only indication that your computer is being remotely monitored, is a small mirror icon at the bottom of the screen, which I probably would not have paid any attention to, and most people would not have paid any attention to.

I telephoned Microsoft, and I spoke to a technical support person from India, and I explained what had happened.  She said that yes this was a fraud/scam/virus, did I need any help with removal?  I said no, I just wanted to give Microsoft all of the information so that they could try to stop this.  Microsoft collected the information that I gave them.

What I am angry about, is Microsoft is so domineering in accessing your computer, searching your computer, downloading updates, turning off and restarting your computer, and constantly posting screen messages, that it did not seem too abnormal to receive a “Microsoft Warning Alert” pop up screen.  Then, there are scammers that have 1-800 numbers, who answer the phone and claim to be Microsoft Support.

How does Microsoft allow this to happen?  How does the company ConnectWise allow scammers to use their software to steal people’s bank account and credit card account information?

Especially if you are an older adult, and you recall telephoning Microsoft Support after receiving a Microsoft Warning Alert, and you went through any process with Microsoft Support, you need to make sure that you were not led into downloading ConnectWise or any similar software onto your computer.  This software is not a virus, so it will not be detected by anti-virus security programs.  It does allow other people to remotely monitor everything that you do on your computer, so you need to get this removed.

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Dickinson North Dakota Is In A Transition Period

It may be obvious to most of the people who are living here, that Dickinson, North Dakota is going through a transition period.  However, people who live elsewhere in the United States have no way of knowing what is happening in Dickinson right now.

Dickinson, North Dakota experienced an Oil Boom that occurred from 2007 through 2014.  This was Dickinson’s third Oil Boom.  The first Oil Boom took place in the 1950s, and it was due to the discovery of oil in North Dakota.  The second Oil Boom occurred from approximately 1978 through 1983.  This third Oil Boom was due to advances in hydraulic fracturing and directional drilling technologies that allowed more profitable oil extraction in North Dakota.

What killed this third Oil Boom in North Dakota, was the price of oil dropping from over $100 per barrel down to $40 per barrel.  When the price of oil was over $80 per barrel, it was profitable for oil companies to perform exploration, lease oil well sites, drill, and produce oil.  When the price of oil was down around $40 per barrel, oil companies didn’t even want to pump very much of this oil out of the ground because they wouldn’t be making any profit from it.

Supposed reasons for the price of oil going from over $100 per barrel down to $40 per barrel, were over-production and over-supply in the U.S.  It is more likely that the over-supply of oil and the price drop was due to intentional flooding of the oil market by OPEC producers in the Middle East.

The number of operating drill rigs in North Dakota went from over 200 during the Oil Boom, to less than 50 currently.  Many oil field jobs went away.  Less surveying, less road work, less site work, fencing, cattle guards, containment barriers, tank batteries, water hauling, sand hauling, drilling, directional drilling, fracturing, casing, wireline, work over, pump jacks, automation, controls, tanks, pipelines, welding, mechanics, electricians, roustabouts, truck drivers, less everything.

By the end of 2016, I would say that 60% to 80% of the oil field jobs had gone away.  Most of the out-of-state workers returned to the states where they came from.  It was not just that most of the oil field workers lost their jobs, could not get a replacement job, or could not get a job with overtime hours like they used to have, it was that all of the oil field workers knew that they could not afford the cost housing in North Dakota, and it was not very pleasant living in North Dakota because it was cold, there was no where to go, nothing to do, and there was a shortage of women.

Even by the end of 2014, after many new large apartment complexes and new hotels had been constructed in Western North Dakota, the cost of housing was still very high.  In Dickinson, even up until the end of 2015, there was a large extended stay hotel on I-94 that had a banner advertisement on their building for rooms starting at $700 per week.

There was a lie going around the United States that everyone working in the oil field was making over $100,000 per year.  This was far from being true.  In the more than five years that I have lived here, I have only met three people who made more than $100,000 per year working in the oil field.

The $700 per week for the extended stay hotel room, most workers in Dickinson, who worked in retail, fast food, restaurants, or service industry, did not have a take home pay of $700 per week.  The semi-skilled workers, construction workers, laborers, and roustabouts, had a take home pay of about $700 per week after taxes.  This led to people sleeping in their cars at WalMart, sleeping in a tent in people’s backyards, and sleeping in the bushes where they could.  This is not an exaggeration, I know all about this, myself and my friends lived like this.

Some of the cheapest old one-bedroom apartments, if you could even find one, rented for $1,500 per month, with one month’s rent security deposit, first month’s rent, and last month’s rent due at lease signing, that’s $4,500 due up front.  Most of the workers who came to North Dakota did so out of economic desperation, and they didn’t have $4,500, which led to them sleeping in their cars at WalMart, the truck stop, etcetera.

I am re-telling all of this now, to paint the picture of why everyone who came to work in Western North Dakota during the Oil Boom, was so ready to leave when the Oil Boom was over.  It was not just about jobs going away, it was about how unpleasant and difficult it had been living in North Dakota.

The lie had been told that everyone working in the oil field was making over $100,000 per year, in order to lure an abundance of workers to Western North Dakota, most of whom would be paid less than $16 per hour.  These workers would fill the retail, fast food, restaurant, hospitality, and service worker jobs, but they would also fill every house, apartment, basement, cabin, trailer, hotel, and motel.

When the Oil Boom was over, all of the local people, the business owners and the property owners said, “Oh, it’s coming back.  Hold on now, it’s coming back.”  The kind of lying that got people from all over the U.S. to come to North Dakota looking for work, was now being done to try to keep everyone from leaving.  But the Oil Boom didn’t come back, it was over.

By 2017, the occupancy rates at the newly completed large apartment complexes and the old apartment buildings, was approximately 50% or less.  The occupancy rates at the RV parks, hotels, and motels, was approximately 20% or less.  Rents began to decrease quite a bit, as there became competition amongst property owners and property managers to get tenants into their buildings.  Home prices decreased also.

By 2016, some of the non-oil field businesses in Dickinson that I recall closing were, Wild Cat Pizza, Hobby Artz, Superior Laundry, The Pita Pit, and Evolution Fitness.  By the end of 2017, some additional businesses that closed were Sears, JC Penny, one Family Fare grocery store location, Total Workforce Solutions, and the Elks Lodge vacated the upstairs of their own building to move into their basement.

By 2016, some of the few restaurants in Dickinson that had previously been open 24 hours, ceased staying open past midnight.  For a time in 2016, all of the grocery stores and WalMart in Dickinson no longer stayed open 24 hours.  Now WalMart does stay open 24 hours most of the time.

In 2016, many local young people who had graduated from high school in Dickinson or Dickinson State University during the Oil Boom and found employment right away, now had to move out of state to find employment in Montanna, South Dakota, Colorado, and Arizona.

By 2016, many entrepreneurs who had moved to Dickinson to start a business or a service during the Oil Boom, began closing down in order to move away and start over again in another state.  By the end of 2017, there appeared to me to be another wave of entrepreneurs shutting down in Dickinson, to move away and start over elsewhere.

What inspired me to write this particular blog post about Dickinson going through a “Transition Period” right now, are two things.  Three of the most visible and active members of the Dickinson community, three entrepreneurs, have recently announced on Facebook that they are moving away.

For these three people, I thought that Dickinson was their life-long home, they were so entrenched in everything, and so active in everything.  It wasn’t until I read that they were leaving, and I then looked into everything that they were doing recently, that I realized that they had been trying to earn money doing several different jobs outside of what they normally do, in order to make money.  I didn’t know that they were struggling, because I wasn’t paying attention.

In 2016 and 2017, I had to work at several different jobs outside of my normal job, in order to make enough money.  Some of these jobs were physical labor jobs 12 hours per day, every day, for weeks.  Some of these jobs were physical labor jobs for 15 hours per day, with an additional 2 hours of drive time each day.  So I can understand that these three entrepreneurs were having a shortfall of money in Dickinson, because I have too, but I didn’t know that it had come to the point that they have to move away.

The second thing that inspired me to write this blog post about this “Transition Period” in Dickinson right now, is the theft and crime.  In 2017, in Dickinson, there has been so much theft, crime, and drug overdoses.

In Dickinson this past year, there has been a great deal of vehicle, trailer, equipment, and tool thefts, again, and again.  Thefts from businesses, homes, job sites, garages, and parked vehicles.  Dickinson had very little theft prior to the Oil Boom, and even during the Oil Boom up until 2016.  The theft in Dickinson now, is comparable to what goes on in a very bad neighborhood in Phoenix, Tampa, or Dallas.

There have been many drug overdoses in Dickinson this past year, with several fatalities.  I can’t remember hearing about this amount of drug overdoses and fatalities during the Oil Boom, or anywhere else that I have ever lived.

What I think that the correlation is, between everything that I have described in this blog post, is that so many jobs have gone away in Dickinson, that people have coped by moving away immediately, moving away after trying to wait, moving away after trying to work additional jobs, staying and continuing to work multiple jobs, and other people cope by stealing and using illegal drugs.

Comments Today From A Local Reader In Dickinson, North Dakota

Below I have copied the comments that I received today from a local reader in Dickinson, North Dakota.  I am cautioning you now, that these comments will probably be offensive and upsetting to most people.

The purpose for me copying these comments and showing them, is so that everyone can see the hostility, hatred, anger, resentment, and unfriendliness that there is in Dickinson towards people from out of state.

All the members of the Chamber of Commerce can smile for the camera, all the real estate agents shown in the property listing guides can smile for the camera, and the Catholic Priests can smile in thier photographs, but Dickinson, North Dakota is full of hatred.

Here are the comments, just from today:

  • We wonder why there is so much unrest in this country. It’s because of niggers like you.
  • Please leave.  Obviously a retard that can’t hold a job and has nothing better to do with his time.
  • This idiot writes nothing but dog shit.  Don’t like it here? LEAVE!! We don’t want your kind here anyway!!!!
  • Fuck u nig.  Out of state people should go back where they came from LEAVE AND DO US ALL A FAVOR!!
  • Fuck u nig.  Fuck all niggers in the ass dry.
  • Fuck u nig.  Coons and spooks ruin the world.
  • Porch monkey.  Just another dipshit black saying woe is me.  Go back to where you came from.
  • U have no comments here other than your a dumb nigger.
  • I heard niggers fuck goats.
  • KKK.  Just another dumb nigger lookin for a hand out get a real job.
  • KKK.  Dumb nigger.
  • KKK.  Dumb fuckin niggers take your porch monkey ass back to Africa before you run into one of us.
  • Just another nigger lookin to hang from a tree.

Even though you might think that this is despicable, the local person who wrote these comments actually did something that was helpful.  If you asked and asked the local people in Dickinson, what they felt, and what they believed, they wouldn’t tell you.  Because this commentor was confident about their anonymity, they went ahead and said what they thought.

I have been writing for several years that the local people in Dickinson are hateful, hostile, uncooperative, mean, not helpful, and undermining at work, especially to out of state workers.  Now that you can see that this is true, please consider this when evaluating whether you want to live and work in Dickinson, North Dakota.

Update On The Elks Lodge In Dickinson, North Dakota

Back in August of 2017, I wrote a blog post article titled “Elks Lodge Calamity In Dickinson, North Dakota”.  At that time, I had been informed by a life-long Dickinson resident, that the Elks Lodge would be vacating the upstairs of their own building, in order to move into the basement of their own building.

This was upsetting to me, because I thought that the Elks Lodge in Dickinson had a nice bar, restaurant, ball room, and kitchen facilities on the main upstairs level.  Why in the world would they ever, ever even consider giving up, the upstairs to their building?  Financial reasons?  How could this be, Dickinson just experienced the biggest economic boom of anywhere in the United States from 2007 through 2014 during the oil boom?

I was told that the rumor was, a Church would be occupying the upstairs to the Elks Lodge building.  This was all a shock to me, I couldn’t believe this.  I wandered away, and I found another long time Dickinson resident, and I explained to him what I had just heard.  This second person said to me, “Yes, I know, I was talking to Luke Simons, whose father is the pastor at the New Life Pentecostal Church, and they are supposedly going to take over the upstairs of the Elks Lodge building.”

I don’t want to express any more outrage and anger about this at this time, I already did this in my blog posts article “Elks Lodge Calamity In Dickinson, North Dakota.”

Today, this “Elks Lodge Calamity” article that I wrote back in August, received over 100 views in about a six hour period.  I wondered what was going on.  I looked through the Dickinson Elks Lodge Facebook page, and I saw a post from November 16, December 14, and January 2, that stated the upstairs of the Elks Lodge building was being vacated, and that the Elks Lodge would re-open in the basement in 2018.

I drove to the Elks Lodge building in Dickinson this evening, and I saw several work vans and equipment trailers belonging to Simons Homes Siding & Windows parked beside the upstairs of the building, because renovation work was being done to the upstairs.

I can not say for certain that Pastor Simons’ New Life Pentecostal Church will begin occupying the upstairs of the Elks Lodge Building, but this appears to be what is happening.  It does seem certain that the Elks Lodge will now operate out of the basement of their own building.

I am sad about all of this, and I am not even a member of the Elks Lodge.  I had had respect for the Elks Lodge, and I thought that they serve a good purpose.

I am not talking about the charity work of the Elks Lodge, I am talking about the successful people in the community having a place to gather and socialize, without disruption from riff-raff and naer-do-wells.

In any town, I believe that the successful business owners, insurance agents, real estate agents, car dealers, doctors, dentists, lawyers, and professional people, should have a place to go for lunch or dinner, with their wives and children, and be able to socialize amicably, and be able to relax with the certain knowledge that no one will be accosted inappropriately.

With admittance being restricted to members only, or invited guests of members, this was a way to ensure that everyone was going to be on good behavior.  There was to be no foul, offensive, vulgar, crude, or inappropriate language.  There was to be no fighting, threats, harassment, or intimidation.  No out of control drunkeness, and no inappropriate behavior.  The method of enforcement would be, loss of membership, and refusal of entry to those who violated the rules.

In my opinion, once this Elks Lodge in Dickinson began admitting non-members, this place was doomed.  Why even be a member, why join, why pay dues?  I would no longer look forward to dining at the Elks Lodge any more than I would Applebees, Perkins, Country Kitchen, or the King Buffet.

I don’t know why the Elks Lodge could not understand the following.  If you are 55 years old, and you own a car dealership, or a large company, and you wish to take your wife and children out to dinner after a long day of work, you do not want you and your family to be seated beside oil field workers who have been drinking, who take enjoyment in becoming more and more inappropriate and obnoxious, in order to make local business owners and their families more and more uncomfortable at dinner.

Why should a life long resident of Dickinson, and a successful business owner, have to sit and eat dinner beside the lowest, most uneducated, ignorant white trash that you could find?  The answer is, they don’t have to, they just will no longer come to the Elks Lodge, which is what I think happened.

I have heard from several people, that the Elks Lodge in Dickinson believed that they needed to bring in a younger crowd.  Their belief was, that bringing in younger people, would increase membership overall.

Once you get over 40 years old, one of the most irritating things that there is, is young people.  Young people are ignorant, they don’t know that they don’t know anything, they think that they know everything.

The successful business people that are over 40 years old, have probably paid off their primary home, purchased a vacation home, and are interested in making other investments in businesses, real estate, and stocks.  25 year olds, are probably still living at their mom and dad’s house, wearing baggy jeans that are sagging off their ass, and driving a lowered Honda Civic with a belled-out exhaust.  Why would you think that these older successful people with money would want to be anywhere near hoodlum kids?

If there was a drop in membership at the Elks Lodge in Dickinson, it was probably due to admitting non-members and seeking to attract younger people.

Street Walk In Hope Town

This blog post is primarily for me, and my father, it may not be very interesting to other people.

When I was about 9 years old, my mother, father, sister, me, and my family’s friends began taking vacations in Hope Town.  This was 1978.  The town that we lived in on the coast in Florida was not over-developed, or over-commercialized at this time, but Hope Town was even much less developed and much less commercialized.

In 1978, the Bahamas had only been granted independence from Great Britain for six years.  In Hope Town, there were only slightly more American tourists than British tourists and German tourists.  The majority of the property owners were Bahamian or British.

Everyone had British accents, you drove on the left hand side of the road, the currency that was used in the stores was Bahamian, Canadian, U.S., and some German.  There was only one constable in the entire town, he did not possess a firearm, and he rarely left his house.  In the town, you could not drive a motor vehicle, you could only walk or ride a bicycle.

My family, and my family’s friends, enjoyed the simplicity, the quiet, the peace, the slow laid back lifestyle.  Hardly any home had a telephone, or a television.  All of the stores and shops closed from about 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. so that everyone could walk home, eat, and take a nap.

The wonderful thing about Hope Town, was that it was so completely different than the United States.  Everyone had to walk or ride a bicycle to get where they were going.  There were no fast food restaurants, convenience stores, or any kind of American franchises.  The shops were like what you would find in a small village in Europe.

In about 1980, my parents and their best friends bought a home overlooking the harbor in Hope Town.  The main floor of this house was the second floor, and you had a complete view of the entire harbor.  It was about 100′ to the waters edge of the harbor, and about 500′ to the beach on the ocean.

My favorite things were fishing from the dock in front of the house, snorkeling in the ocean, riding my bicycle, and sitting at the dining room table eating fried grouper fingers or conch fritters while watching the boats in the harbor and the people walking to and from town.

For all of us, we loved walking down the narrow old streets, with the cooling breeze from the ocean, rustling and bringing the smell from every kind of exotic tropical plant: coconut palms, bread fruit trees, date trees, sea grapes, and hibiscus flowers.  For us, and everyone that we knew, this was all that we wanted from this small town, to walk to the small village shops just as they were, to go to the beach and take long walks or swim, to fish, to ride bicycles on longer excursions, to eat and drink.  We didn’t want anything to change.

Living in Florida, we could tell from the development that was occurring in Florida, the ruining of life as we knew it where we lived, it was only a matter of time before Hope Town was ruined.  The only thing that protected it, was that it was so hard to get to.  Only small planes could land at Marsh Harbor airport, and then you had to take a water taxi about twenty miles to get to Hope Town.

My parents and their friends sold the house in Hope Town in about 1993, after owning it for about 13 years.  I was having a very difficult time at the University of Florida trying to graduate, my sister was having a difficult time in her marriage and graduate school, so neither of us gave much thought to the house being sold at that time.  It was like everyone had had enough of it, and all of us figured that we were going to move on to other things.

As life turned out to be shitty for me and my sister, I know that each of us missed going to the house in Hope Town more and more.  My sister received two masters degrees, but made very little money in Washington D.C., and I know that it killed her to have to commute in heavy traffic on congested icy roads, and live in crowded dingy poor apartments.  I hated living in Tampa, stuck in traffic for two hours each day, so I moved to the western U.S., just to get the fuck away from people.

Through my thirties, it was really too painful for me to even think about how happy I had once been, compared to how things turned out to be as an adult.  It wasn’t until I was in my forties, that I was ready to just briefly look at photographs on the internet of Hope Town.

This past year or two, several times I have looked on the internet to see photographs of Hope Town, expecting it to be exactly like I remembered.  It got commercialized, to suit the interest of people who could not stand to go somewhere that was simple and rustic.  I have had a hard time finding photographs or video that show the town as being simple, everyone tries to make it look glamorous.

Finally, I found a video of the Hope Town Harbor Lodge, which has been ruined, but later in the video, they show what it is like to walk towards town.  I cropped this video, hoping that my father never sees what they have done to the Hope Town Harbor Lodge, and begin with the walk towards town.

He should remember this walk, which he has taken hundreds of times, especially right at the painted white benches under a gazebo which was just up the hill from our house, then the view from this park looking down hill past the back of our house, and then, right at the 4:45 mark on this video, the hideous porch partition wall with the dolphin, that is our house:

Coincidentally, at the 6:00 mark on this video, I think that this motor sailor yacht might even be the one that I wrote about in my blog post titled, “Tales Of Womanising”, that was owned by Pat, I believe that it is.

 

The Truth About The World That You Should Know, The Sooner The Better, It’s Not Too Late

My biggest regret in life, is that I didn’t know sooner, what I know now.  I certainly don’t want to go back, and re-live my life over, but I do wish that I would have known more at an earlier age.

What I now think separates the small minority of truly successful people from the rest of us who have ordinary lives, is not intelligence, not emotional intelligence, not hard work, not ingenuity, not leadership, but something else.

I now think that people who have an accurate, solid understanding of the world, how it truly is, from an early age, have the most likelihood of being successful.  Even if they aren’t highly intelligent, hardworking, or a leader.

Many times in my life, I have seen intelligence, hard work, ingenuity, and leadership not pay off.  The field of engineering, for instance.  Brilliant engineers developing and perfecting the pocket-sized scientific calculator, so that half of the engineering work force is no longer needed to make time consuming calculations.  Brilliant engineers developing and perfecting AutoCAD, so that the best engineering draftsmen with a lifetime of experience can be replaced by $12 per hour high school graduates.

Let me put it this way, one person can spend a lifetime of working hard, and be broke by the time they are too old to work anymore, and another person can retire by the time they are 30 years old with more money than they will ever need.  What separates these people?

I don’t think that it is intelligence, hard work, or other things that separate people, I think that it is in how well people truly understand the world, the way that it actually is, and from what age they understand the world.

I am almost 50 years old now, and I believe that the world is corrupt, unfair, treacherous, immoral, unethical, rigged, controlled, and manipulated.  I wish that I would have understood this by the time that I was 12 years old.  One of the reasons why I didn’t think like this or come to this understanding when I was young, was because I grew up in a middle-class household with both a mother and a father, in a peaceful, safe, friendly, pleasant town.

In my home growing up, in the schools that I went to, in the town that I lived in, there was fairness, justice, morality, ethics, kindness, charity, hospitality, an understanding of right and wrong, and a belief in God.  I wasn’t prepared for the things that I would face when I left this town, and I was slow to catch on to the way that things actually were in the world.

I don’t know why my parents, grandparents, neighbors, teachers, and townspeople raised the children in this town this way.  I don’t know if it was their idealism, thinking that this was the best way, or if this was just the easiest way for them.  But it left me ignorant about the way things work.

Late in my life now, I am finding out all different kinds of things that I did not know about.  For instance, I did not know what it was like to be discriminated against until I moved to Idaho, where it was 60% to 70% Mormon.  I didn’t know about all the different kinds of mechanisms, practices, policies, procedures, customs, social networks, and business networks that come to bare to treat other people differently.  Moving to North Dakota, the discrimination against non-local people was even worse than the discrimination from the Mormons.

But on a much, much greater scale, just about all of us in the United States have been kept ignorant about what is really going on in the world.  We have been tricked, mis-treated, manipulated, lied to, and harmed in ways that most of don’t know or understand.  I feel ignorant, stupid, and ashamed that I did not know.

Just like I wondered why my parents, grandparents, neighbors, teachers, and townspeople raised us children believing in certain things, I wondered why as adults we were all kept in the dark about what was really going on in the world.  Was it just easier to keep everyone uninformed, too disruptive to let people know, or were most people thought to be too stupid to understand?

At the end of this blog post, I have included a link to a YouTube video.  This YouTube video, is an audio recording that was made in 1967.  This audio recording is 2-1/2 hours in length.  In my lifetime, I have read about many of the incidents that are covered in this audio recording, but it has been hard for me to connect everything together in a mental timeline.

This audio recording made in 1967 covers:

  • The interest of wealthy European bankers in the 1700s, of influencing world events.
  • The interest of wealthy European bankers to consolidate world leadership.
  • The plot, manipulations, and reasons for the European bankers to start WWI.
  • The plot, manipulations, and reasons for the European bankers to create the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia.
  • The reasons for the European bankers to create the Federal Reserve Bank in the U.S.
  • The European bankers originating Communism, NAACP, ACLU, Anti-Defamation League, other Communist front organization, to disrupt society and politics.
  • The reasons for the creation of the Center On Foreign Relations, CFR.
  • The reasons behind Adolf Hitlers rise to power, his secret supporters, WWII.
  • The creation of the United Nations, and the intention of the United Nations to be the basis for the creation of a one world government.
  • The attempt of the European bankers to control all forms of media in the United States including television, radio, newspapers, and magazines, to be able to sway people’s opinions on war, government, politics, legislation, and religion.
  • The attempt of the European bankers to undermine religion in order to bring about a one world government.

I listened to this 2-1/2 hour audio recording, for about one hour at a time.  I will probably listen to it for a 2nd time, and a 3rd time.  I believe that the information is mostly true, from what I have read and learned elsewhere.

This audio recording is a little difficult to listen to, the information is so unsettling, that it becomes overwhelming, and you just can’t take in anymore information at one time.

The people who would benefit the most are young people, but it will be hardest for young people to listen to and understand.

I Don’t Want The Women On My List Of Attractive Women In Dickinson To Compromise

Today, I was considering that I have two new women to add to my website list, “List Of Attractive Women In Dickinson, North Dakota”.  I am hesitating to add them to this list, for several different reasons.

Both of these women are not married, one of them is about 21 years old, and the other one is 28 years old.  The 21 year old is not off to a bad start, she is still finding herself.  The 28 year old is just beginning to become professionally successful.  For the 28 year old, I have tried several times to think of who she might date in Dickinson, and I can’t think of anyone.

To be honest, this upsetting problem has been weighing on my mind for a couple of years now.  Though there is a shortage of women in Dickinson, and a scarcity of attractive women in Dickinson, for the few good, decent, intelligent, well mannered, well behaved attractive women in Dickinson, there isn’t anyone suitable for them to date.

If you go and look at my website list “List Of Attractive Women In Dickinson, North Dakota”, I am scared for all of the young unmarried women on this list, because I don’t know what they are going to do.  Unless they get out of this area, or a miracle happens, I don’t see them finding a good enough husband in this area.

What I would like for the unmarried attractive women to find, is someone who is handsome, intelligent, well-educated, confident, well-mannered, thoughtful, and considerate.  With these qualities, the wives will at least always have something.  If he is not financially successful, at least they will have all the rest of his good qualities.  If he loses his looks, at least they will have all the rest of his good qualities.

The easiest way for young women to find a husband like this, is to find a stand-out at a good College or University.  I must emphasize the importance of it being a “good” College or University, not a college where people who graduate can not spell, use correct grammar, write, read with comprehension, know history, or much of anything.

The only other way that I know of for women to find a good husband, is to move to a metropolitan area, and socialize with as many professionally successful people as possible, and make a good impression.  It does no good to socialize with professionally successful people, if you alienate them by acting foolish, unreliable, trashy, low class, or out-of-control when drinking.

Older professionally successful people, may be the best source of obtaining help or assistance in finding and identifying good quality unmarried males, but they won’t help young women who they don’t like.

I would like for the unmarried attractive women to find a husband like I am describing, so that they will have a husband who can be successful anywhere.  Successful in a big city, in a large town, or in a small town, by virtue of his appearance, intelligence, education, confidence, and personality.

What I don’t want, is for the unmarried attractive women to marry a husband who is only able to be successful during an oil boom, or only be successful due to his family’s current local influence.  These two factors, are actually an impediment to men being able to be successful elsewhere.

In writing this blog post, I realized that the miracle that these unmarried attractive women may need, is friends, family members, relatives, business contacts, social contacts, busy-body old women, and scheming old men, to assist in bringing together two people who would otherwise not have met.