I Believe (Helping People of Lake Atitlan)

I Believe

We can save the children and Lake Atitlán

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 27, 2010

We must believe in things higher than ourselves.

We must believe in the Spirit, calling us and taking us to places beyond our control.

We must listen to the signs always, letting the Good Spirit take us from rock to rock over high seas and turbulent waters.

We must listen and believe in truth beyond which nothing remains.

Sit with the Spirit, with your God, know Him and then walk with the Great Spirit, always knowing He lays out your safe path.

And then, as your heart grows, your courage mounts, you will understand finally how you can safely stand against all enemies, trusting in the Spirit and your God who protects you always.

Believe in truth even though the world tells you otherwise. It is the right thing to do.

Believe that children can grow up in a world where there is no war.

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Hollywood PromotersTo Help Lake Atitlan

Hollywood Promoters To Help Lake Atitlan

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 26, 2010

There is no time to waste in mounting a strong campaign to help restore to pristine condition Lake Atitlan in the Guatemala Highlands.

Considered one of the most beautiful volcanic lakes in the world, Hollywood promoters are now working on a Save the Atitlan Lake Worldwide Concert Tour to raise needed millions to help the impoverished Mayan people of the Guatemalan Highlands.

Hollywood intends to use the Mayan Calendar 2012 end of the word date to jump start public awareness.

One Sunset Strip promoter looking for worldwide talent said:

“If we save Lake Atitlan in the next two years maybe the world won’t end. That’s good reason to start opening up your pocket books, especially you Hollywood stars.”

“With the permission of the artists of course we are planning to use this following song as the theme to save the lake. See this you tube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_7ZJdv1o0&feature=related

Dates and locations of the concerts have yet to be announced.

One local hotel owner summed up the need for immediate attention this way:

“My view since this started is precisely that this is a wonderful opportunity to prove to the world that, what is happening with our planet, can be fixed if we change the way we behave.

“Lake Atitlan is like the planet on a smaller scale with the same mix of problems, people and resources. This is a great world to show the world a lot of good can be done with a lot of hard work and caring for the environment.”

With the future of one of its major tourist attractions in question, the Guatemalan government has announced an ambitious multi-part plan to cut sources of phosphorous, one problem the lake is encountering.

It calls for the construction of 15 sewage-treatment plants, a government-led conversion to organic farming for 80% of farmers in the lake’s watershed during the next three years, and for educating residents and tourists about the environment.

The cost: about $350 million, a huge expenditure for an impoverished country.

“The problem has been accumulating for years but Guatemala has other expensive problems and, apparently, this was not a priority,” says Margaret Dix, a Universidad Del Valle scientist who has studied the lake since 1976. “It needs money, input and a commitment. I think it can be restored to a large extent in four or five years. But it will never be like it was 100 years ago.”

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Get On The Lake Atitlan Bus

Get On The Lake Atitlan Bus

Christians, one and all, let’s help the Mayan kids

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 26, 2010

I took a lot of heat, especially from Christians, on the Feb. 25., 2012, article I wrote about saving Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan Highlands.

Oh, excuse me, I meant the Feb. 25, 2010, article, not 2012 — the Hollywood and Vatican year a lot of people think the world is going to end.

I meant to say I got some Christian heat about, now let me see if I am getting this straight, for not submitting to the plain and simple fact the true messiah might not come back anytime soon, in 2012 or even in my lifetime.

And also saying something like the Mayan people surely deserve the right to have their own beliefs just like Christians.

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World Not Ending in 2012

The World Not Ending in 2012

Saving Lake Atitlan will prove it

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 25, 2010

Some say the Mayan Calender tells us the world is ending as we know it in 2012, bringing a new age of enlightenment out of total destruction.

Others claim the Christian Bible tells us the world is ending as we know it around the same time, bringing back the true messiah and 1,000 years of peace, of course, after total destruction.

But in the meantime where do these two ancient teachings and worlds intersect? Or better yet do they even intersect at all?

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Setup For Kingdom of Jerusalem

Setup For Kingdom of Jerusalem

Obama and King Juan Carlos planning World War III

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 24, 2010

Israeli journalist Barry Chamish, a frequent guest on my radio show, asked me to pass on these written and audio messages.

He appeared on my show last week, stressing the importance of a meeting on Feb. 17 between Obama and King Juan Carlos of Spain, the Pope’s front man for the upcoming third world war.

Much of what is said below was said on my recent show, but considering the importance of the material and, how the upcoming planned war will effect Americans, it is necessary to emphasize what Barry said all over again. Continue reading

Are You a Man or Boy

Are You a Man or Boy

Most Americans don’t know

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 23, 2010

When I was young, I thought many times what it meant to be a man, what it meant to be a strong man.

The television taught me that meant money and power, conquer the weak and live with the strong.

I spent hours in the gym, earning a college football scholarship. My body was strong but looking back my mind was weak.

I looked at television, drank a lot of beers, scored a few touchdowns, had college paid for but learned absolutely nothing about what it meant to be a man.

But I don’t blame my dad for that. He lost his wife when I was 10, a good solid number to lose your mother.

She died from what they said was leukemia. I never understood it, never will.

People say face up to death. It happens. I never did.

So what is the point of this story? How does it relate to the Vatican, my arch enemy?

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Joe Stack Story Smells Funny

Joe Stack Story Smells Funny

One word about suicide pilot and IRS

By Greg Szymanski, JD
February 18, 2010

One word about the suicide pilot who crashed his plane into an Austin, Texas, IRS building today since nobody in this warlike, hostile country will be reading anything else.

First of all the whole thing smells funny.

His name is supposedly Joe Stack. Funny name and sounds made-up.

Secondly our Mr. Stack writes a long 7 page suicide note on a neatly constructed web site, saying in part brain dead Americans need to fight and die for their freedom.

Again sounds funny, like some kind of CIA/FBI mind controlled made for television movie plot.

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