"Each of us, individually and collectively, are responsible for our thoughts, words,and actions as these are energy which creates reality at any given moment. I want to share my insights into how important it is at this period of time for humanity to mature emotionally, evolve consciously and embrace the divine spark of light and love that exists and can be manifested in each of us." Leslie Beil

Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Dear President Obama:

Yesterday Aaron Miller of the Wilson Center called me a “dreamer and naysayer” for suggesting the possibility of a one state solution for Palestine to fast track the pitiful 60 year old peace process in that region.  Additional, he “suggests” that if Iran doesn’t currently have nuke capability they will have it in the very near future. 

Though I don’t have either the academic or professional credentials Mr. Miller has, I do consider myself a highly intelligent, self taught scholar in a wide range of subject matter including history and current events. This “beast of muddy brain”, along with most of The Tribe on Spaceship Earth, are tired of the “fear as a business model” rhetoric. We’ve individually and collectively seen through the veil of ignorance and hate mongering of the few and no longer want to continue assisting with the creation of that reality.  

We inherently believe in Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s word energies of 1941 in regards to the 4 freedoms owed to all mankind – of speech, of worship, from fear, from want:    

"In the future days, which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded upon four essential human freedoms. The first is freedom of speech and expression—everywhere in the world. The second is freedom of every person to worship God in his own way—everywhere in the world. The third is freedom from want—which, translated into world terms, means economic understandings which will secure to every nation a healthy peacetime life for its inhabitants—everywhere in the world. The fourth is freedom from fear—which, translated into world terms, means a world-wide reduction of armaments to such a point and in such a thorough fashion that no nation will be in a position to commit an act of physical aggression against any neighbor—anywhere in the world. That is no vision of a distant millennium. It is a definite basis for a kind of world attainable in our own time and generation. That kind of world is the very antithesis of the so-called new order of tyranny which the dictators seek to create with the crash of a bomb."—Franklin D. Roosevelt, excerpted from the State of the Union Address to the Congress, January 6, 1941 

Some of these freedoms you spoke about in your 2009 Cairo speech are what brought about the audacity of hope by all members of The Tribe around the globe.  It emboldened, particularly the young, to create organizations such as Occupy Wall Street and saw the dawning of the Arab spring. 

Unfortunately their positive word energies and actions weren’t strong enough to drown out the negative word energies and actions of the purveyors of “fear as a business model”. And one of the biggest promoters are the Zionists, as you well know, painting Iran as the latest boogie man to threaten Israel and the region.

So when you said “When one nation pursues a nuclear weapon, the risk of nuclear attack rises for all nations” why doesn’t this apply to the nation of Israel as it’s the ONLY nation in that region with a known arsenal of nuclear weapons of mass destruction, acquiring these weapons, whether by purchase or theft of technology and proprietary information from ….. us? 

By aiding and abetting the state of Israel with monetary and military aid, you raise Israel over all others in the region, contrary to your words of “Given our interdependence, any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail.”  And when you stated that “We cannot impose peace” you had it wrong as well given the economic sanctions against Iran and others have proven these actions do work. So what not do the same to Israel in the name of peace?

Since the creators of this historic blunder, FDR, Churchill, and the very reluctant Ibn Saud are no longer here to correct this malfeasance of justice, that duty now falls into America’s very capable hands, i.e. you! Just for giggles, to cut the Israeli crap that they’ve consistently shoveled down everyone’s throat, shut off all aid, monetary and military. Their economy is in far better shape than ours and their Iron Dome proved highly successful in the latest spat with the Palestinians.  And the Iranian nuke threat?? Please remind Bibi that he has enough nukes to blow up his own country along with a good portion of N. Africa, the Eastern Mediterranean, and the Middle East combined. 

But as a “dreamer and naysayer”, I say go for the gusto by standing your ground on a 1 state, equal rights for all, reparations to 1967 borders for the Palestinians. When Bibi’s head is about to pop like a tick, explain that after 60 years of lying about their false pretenses of peace all members of The Tribe are sick and tired of their deadly childish antics, particularly the American tax payer. 

“Beasts of muddy brain”, billions in number around the globe, are tired of wasting life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness so a select few million people can dictate how the rest of us must view and accept THEIR twisted creation of reality. We’ve moved on from the negative words, thoughts, emotions, and actions of the few to create reality. Have you? 

PS: For transparency’s sake can you please call on Yemeni President Ali Saleh to release journalist Abdulelah Haider Shaye. He’s suffered enough for doing his job of broadening The Tribes worldview by uncovering mindless murder of innocent Yemeni’s and Americans by America. Makes us look like hypocrites if you know what I mean by going against Freedom of Speech,

Wednesday, March 13, 2013


Dear President Obama;

Growing up during the 60’s and 70’s in Detroit I met people from around the globe who had escaped war torn countries, searching for new beginnings to raise their families and create a sense of normalcy that they hadn’t previously experienced.  I could tell who came from Europe by what they planted in their gardens as fruits and vegetables meant that they had experienced hunger.

Along with Europeans, there were smaller groups that also landed on our shores – Jews and Arabs. But after the 1967 war in the Middle East it became a flood of Lebanese, Egyptians, and others seeking respite from the endless fighting between Israel and her Arab family members.

Luckily for me my father was in the restaurant industry, a business that many new American’s would create to remind them of home. That’s how I learned to appreciate kibbi, a raw lamb dish, and humas with Pita bread, along with bagels with lox.  I also learned that not all Arabs were Muslims, with some being Christians, Catholics, and Coptic’s. But all of them were about family and very welcoming of any stranger who came into their homes.And with 1.62 billion of them on Spaceship Earth, it makes sense to make friends with them all.

All of this brings me to why I’m writing you.  I recently discovered a book that gave me a new perspective on the issues related to the Middle East. My hope is that it will do the same for you before your travels there in a few weeks.  The book was written in 1954 by ret. Col. William Eddy, and titled “FDR Meets Ibn Saud.” Though a slender volume, it tells the tale of how Israel come into existence after WWII, brought to creation by your predecessor FDR and America’s war allies.  

As the war was coming to a close there was the problem of what to do with the remaining Jews.  Though  all the western nations had empathy for them, not one country wanted the group, as a whole, immigrating to their lands. So it was secretly decided that they would push the Arab nations into giving this minuscule portion of humanity a small part of Palestine to settle.

After he had completed the Yalta Conference Roosevelt setup a secret meeting with the King of Saudi Arabia to come up with a solution for the displaced Jews. Spoiler alert: Churchill was pissed as shit when he found out, and quickly setup his own meeting with the King.

Initially, ”Ibn Saud’s reply was prompt and laconic: “Give them and their descendants the choicest lands and homes of the Germans who had oppressed them.” When FDR pushed him further, the King responded  “Amends should be made by the criminal, not by the innocent bystander. What injury have Arabs done to the Jews of Europe? It is the ‘Christian’ Germans who stole their homes and lives.
Let the Germans pay.”

Roosevelt was finally able to get the King to agree after making two promises – “He personally, as president, would never do anything which might prove hostile to the Arabs; and (2) the U. S. Government would make no change in its basic policy in Palestine without full and prior
consultation with both Jews and Arabs.”

But there’s the rub as America didn’t keep its promises to Arab nations so we are now one of the most reviled nations of Muslims worldwide. As Israel continues to take land and murder “innocent bystanders”, with the assist of American monetary and military aid, we are collectively viewed as abetting the enemy that Israel has become to the Arab world because of their treatment of Arab’s throughout the Middle East.   

However, you have the power and influence to “be the change we wish to see in the world.” With your speech in Cairo several years you gave hope to the “innocent bystanders” that they would live to see the end of tyranny in their portion of Spaceship Earth. They, and all of The Tribe, are counting on you to return the Muslim community’s faith in America with your words and actions.

As  ret. Col. William A. Eddy so eloquently  wrote in his post script:

“The Muslim world does not have tanks or atom bombs and is, therefore, often brushed aside as unimportant in the world struggle. Like the Chinese, they also, however, might be united, armed, and disciplined, either for freedom or for tyranny.

The United States can still tip the balance one way or the other. If we regard the nations of the world as a
string of sixty-odd pearls, we have to admit that the string has been broken and many of the pearls lost. The most precious of all remaining pearls, one which is not firmly within our mutual circle, but which is still within our reach, is the friendship, the good will, and the resources of the three hundred million Muslims of the world. There are those who are bent upon taking this pearl of great price and hurling it to the bottom of the sea. If they succeed in that wanton and disloyal act, let them hope that the American people will someday forgive them; for they know not what they do.”

Word pearls of wisdom from a very humble and wise man.