2009 Is Your Time To Be A Superhero

December 29, 2008 at 3:45 pm 3 comments

Bright Neighbor Heroes

America, kiss goodbye to your old self, and make love to your new self-image in 2009… and join the League Of New American Superheroes!

America, my predictions from 2006, 2007, and 2008 have proven highly accurate. I do not have a crystal ball. I just have the facts, which are proving true as We The People begin to take back over as government and markets simultaneously falter.


I predicted that we would see more and more Americans finding their inner superhero, making sure we don’t lose this great country we love.

The sad fact is, other countries are betting that we tear ourselves apart, and that we forget what it means to be an American.

So now, I predict 2009 will be OUR YEAR – the year of Bright Neighbor and the League of New American Superheroes.

This is when we prove to ourselves and the rest of the world that even though our present government leaders have screwed us, and many in congress are guilty of treasonous taxation without representation, we can lead our own way out of the mess we are in. Now is the time to retake our country, because there is technology available that can:

1) Throw out the problem banks,
2) Help us save money, grow our own food, and replace gasoline while helping reduce carbon emissions at the same time,
3) Help communities build local, resilient systems to help us get through these hard times and reconnect with our communities,
4) Build local jobs while rebuilding local economies and militias.

I didn’t ask China for trillions of dollars to fight a lost cause war – did you?

I didn’t ask for such horrible, crappy programming on television airwaves and the destruction of Home Economics classes – did you?

I didn’t ask for our government to dismantle civil defense – did you?

I didn’t ask for greedy, spineless politician pigs focused more on themselves than America – did you?

How many American soldiers have died to protect the freedoms we cherish and take for granted? How shameful it is that we have so many of our young people hooked on drugs and unable to understand the absolute national security emergency we are in? (Full disclosure – I have seen my share of rock and roll shows, but never have been so weak as to let drugs get in the way of progress).

This is the year when every American had better damn well look deep down inside and realize who they really are, how fast we need to rebuild the social glue in our local communities, and what we each need to do to take our country back from International Bankers, the oil cartels, and corporate dominance of the world. This is our chance to cast off our lazy, apathetic selves and be reborn as Red-Blooded American Patriots 2.0.

It’s time for us to love and support one another in our communities. We need become local do-gooders, volunteering our time and labor, while supporting our local heroes such as nurses, doctors, fire fighters, police and others who protect you. It’s time for you to protect more than yourself and your family.

It’s time to protect your community, America.

If you live in Portland, sign up for Bright Neighbor!

Yes kids, it’s true! Your time has come! It’s time to join the League Of New American Superheroes! Come to the first meeting!

Here are the kinds of heroes we need:

Farming / Gardening Heroes!

General Contractor Heroes!

Alcohol Fuel Still heroes!

Cooking & Food Prep / storage heroes!

Medical and elderly assistance Heroes!

And many, many more people needed in our community!

So what will YOUR hero’s team look like?

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Brad Bonham » Tackling 2009 with Purpose  |  December 29, 2008 at 5:20 pm

    […] And maybe we can use some of these ideas about learning to become superheroes in 2009. […]

  • 2. jc  |  January 26, 2009 at 1:06 pm

    Drugs=bad oversimplifies things a bit. I’ve sure wasted allot of time being stoned, but at least I was disengaging from a destructive society in my own way. For some it takes a little misguided distraction to step back from an overwhelming and misguided culture. I agree drugs can get in the way of progress (damn, I forgot the shovel, back to the shed for the third time). But, I must admit a little toke really helps with the second half of an 8 hour stretch of spading the ground in a light spring rain or poking garlic cloves into the partly frozen ground of an Okanogan october.

  • 3. peakoilboy  |  January 26, 2009 at 1:55 pm

    Whoa, jc, did I come across too harsh about drugs?

    All humans chase it, drugs are just the name for whatever gets us off or high.

    Orgasms are a drug.

    People will lie, cheat, steal, and even kill for it. I don’t know anyone who would kill for weed, and I don’t want to know them. I see the real damage in drugs is the laws against them.

    If someone wants to meth themselves to death, then so be it… they’ll eventually get shot breaking into someone’s house.

    As our economy shatters, the normal judicial process will break down in places and communities will be taking justice into their own hands again.

    So I say make drugs legal, tax them, and that way we can stop seeing so much violence around drugs. If you are going to smoke, drink, or get high, you will find a dealer – because markets always exist. You can’t stop the “sin product” markets, they have always been around and always will be – it’s a total waste of money to chase Ronald Reagan’s wet dream.

    So I say start planting gardens and plant extra produce to sell and trade with your neighbors.

    Who’s good at growing tobacco and pot? Those are good markets to be in.


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