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White People, Black people, Brown People

By jerrybeller / July 30, 2016

Everybody stop using “WHITE PEOPLE” or “BLACK PEOPLE” or “BROWN PEOPLE” unless what you’re talking about pertains to everybody who ever lived in one or the other race. It’s usually bigotry when somebody starts a sentence with “White People” or “Black People.” No race holds a monopoly on character, honesty, strength, courage, humanism, common sense; nor on […]

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Things I Believe

By jerrybeller / February 1, 2016

I’ve angered a few people recently by stating things I believe. They claim I’ve “insulted Jesus” when all I’ve done is insult people who lie about Jesus, distort who he was, use him for profit, Facebook likes, to draw attention to themselves, to manipulate and judge others. I called these people hypocrites, and that’s what […]

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REGIONAL DISASTER WITH GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS

By jerrybeller / January 31, 2016

The crisis in Syria is what happens when religious fanaticism, climate change, and overpopulation go unaddressed. The situation in Syria highlights all three issues, plus those who deny science in the name or religion. REGIONAL DISASTER WITH GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS As this Euronews report demonstrates, this is a regional conflict with global implications. REGIONAL & GLOBAL LEADERS […]

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TONY GERBER

By jerrybeller / November 19, 2015

UPDATED: September 3, 2017 Tony Gerber is a musician, songwriter, graphic artist, humanitarian, computer geek, husband, father, and one of my most valued friends. I lived in Nashville for a year or two between Washington DC and Jamaica. While in Nashville, I met an amazing group of songwriters, artists, authors, musicians, singers, filmmakers and some of […]

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HUMANITARIANS DO THE WORK

By jerrybeller / September 23, 2015

Why I love genuine humanitarians Almost always in obscurity, humanitarians work for the poor. Sometimes dangerous, dirty, foul, disgusting work, humanitarianism is not about preaching, but about doing. Humanitarianism is about crawling into the trenches, going into the rough neighborhoods or war zones, and placing others above self. Humanitarians don’t divide the world with talk, but […]