The Office of POOFness Weekly Report: Update from POOF and DJ 9-5-22



Greetings and Salutations,

The shift in the governing law is coming but not as soon as you might think. There are aspects to be worked out. Always get the news from reliable sources and pay attention to the rising frustration levels of many— if not all.

There are things afoot that will truly upset the citizenry when they learn about it. They have been such dutiful sheeple up until now. But they do need to learn how to critically seek truth and find deliverance from the ignorance that has been engendered within the masses. Follow the leader no more; become your own leader. It is important for your livelihood and for your mental health. Few know the full operations of the empire.

The PP’s are still awaiting the transition time that will occur between the bankers and the alternative powers. Not much news in that area but what there is, is good news.

Just a reminder ; be patient and be aware of letting someone in your family or close friends know that you have an investment that will more than pay for itself.

Love and Kisses,




Contemplating a subject matter for this Sept 4th post, the idea crossed my mind to research where, why and when Labor Day became a national holiday. It’s kind of in the name and actually came about at the beginning of the Industrial Age in the late 1800’s. At the time people were leaving the rural areas for more lucrative opportunities in mass production jobs generally located in the cities. But, again at the time, there were really no labor laws in place and the workforce as a whole were heavily abused. Working 18hr days for low wages and in most cases working conditions were appalling and either physically dangerous or damaging to one’s health. So as an acknowledgment of the efforts of the labor force the first Monday of September each year would become a national holiday.

Then it dawned on me that the population, as a whole, are oblivious to the true meanings of holidays. Nowadays holidays are merely viewed as a day off and a reason to barbeque, go camping or travel. Holidays have become a tradition that we accept passively, as a matter of routine with zero contemplation as to their true meanings. Lost are the spiritual messages or sacrifices made, that the holiday represents.

Most all holidays have morphed into commercial events and are financial boons for Manufacturers and retail outlets. Production and fiscal opportunities are what they have become. They have become just another way to herd the cattle into a shoot. A way to manipulate the masses into controlled spending and activity. We believe anything merely because we are told it is so, because others believe it, because it comes from tradition. Traditions have become comfortable excuses to leave things be and participate in the status – quo.

In my humble view we must first respect the true meanings behind the holiday traditions and what they represent to truly enjoy them and have meaning. Celebrate Christmas and the birth of Jesus Christ not stressing yourself to buy a bunch of presents you can’t afford. Celebrate Thanksgiving not because of pilgrims having dinner with native Indians but the gathering of family. Celebrate July 4th and Memorial Day by honoring the memory of our fallen soldiers and the sacrifices they made for our freedoms. And Labor Day? Celebrate those who killed themselves laboring so we could have labor laws and a 40 hour workweek.

Remember, the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do.




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