FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience.

There is no valid argument for the destruction of our planet and any form of life on it.As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world - that is the myth of the atomic age - as in being able to remake ourselves. Be the change that you want to see in the world.

Unity is the key to Freedom

One can unite with an idea, two can agree and work together. To share knowledge or an “ideal”, absolutely nothing is lost in the giving, just the opposite the knowledge is expanded. The one who receives gains, the one who gives loses nothing, actually the giver gains a compatriot. So unity is the answer. But, ( there’s always a but, right?) given that the “system” we want to change is VERY adept at the use of force, uses that most of us are not totally aware of. The “unity” that we spoke of must pre-exist in such a numbers of minds that its’ very existance would be a catalyst, or provide a cascade effect that once started could not be stopped. A critical mass. Without the numbers AND the unity it stands the very probable chance of being annihilated as a “breach of Law” Despite that the “law: is initiated, controlled, held, and continuously being expanded upon by those in power, for the sole purpose of garnering more power. Cause and effect – You can only gain power (or anything else for that matter) by taking it from something or someone else. Despite common thought it IS a finite system. I’m all in. Victory or death. I have never been a spectator.
This blog does not promote, support, condone, encourage, advocate, nor in any way endorse any racist (or "racialist") ideologies, nor any armed and/or violent revolutionary, seditionist and/or terrorist activities. Any racial separatist or militant groups listed here are solely for reference and Opinions of multiple authors including Freedom or Anarchy Campaign of conscience.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Veterans Project



'Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.'

Government Alone Can't Take Care Of Our Veterans

"One organization or one government can't support the entire veteran population in the way that they need — not after over a dozen years of war with thousands of military families sacrificing,"

"But if more people pull together and take a more active approach, we'll get a lot more done."

"We have to change our thinking," 

"We can't expect our government to be the whole part and parcel of being the caretaker of men and women in the military."

Supporting the troops is not a political position, but a community responsibility. It comes down to awareness. Because less than one percent of the American population serves in the military, the majority of the country isn't attuned to veterans' everyday needs."That's a staggering statistic when you think that less than two million people defend over 300 million people," 

"So naturally there's going to be a massive part of the population that's going to have no clue as to what military service is about and what the families go through... The military serves in war, and you go to the mall."

Hundreds of non-governmental agencies provide various veterans services and all can use contributions of time, money or goods.I advocates for compulsory military or Peace Corps service for young people as a means of raising awareness of veterans' contributions."If you do that, in less than 10 years, you've created a whole generation of Americans who've had a shared experience of contributing to this country,"

While it is acknowledges the approach might be radical, the result would be a greater understanding of the sacrifices made by service members and their families. But it doesn't have to be so extreme. Just thinking about making a gesture of thanks is a good first step,

About
Veterans project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing services for those affected by poverty in America

Mission

Mission: Veterans Project empowers all individuals and families impacted by poverty to unlock their potential for success.

Vision: veterans project is committed to a world in which all individuals and families lead meaningful and empowered lives and pass that legacy to future generations.

Company Overview

Veterans project is nonprofit organization, public partnership dedicated to enhancing services for economically disadvantaged individuals and families , including the homeless, veterans, and at risk youth. In 2013  veterans project was founded and has taken the leadership role to provide services to help families move from poverty to economic mobility. Our hope is that through our program and services those who are impoverished will find sufficient resources for education, health and wellness, spiritual direction, and ultimately economic mobility and self-sufficiency.Knowledge, Education for Your Success

Description

Joseph F Barber is the Executive Director and founder of veterans project., After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Miami, Mr barber went on to complete his Education in constitutional law,and Mechanical engineering and metal working,Was and honor graduate of the Aberdeen Proving Grounds metal workers school U.S.Army 44b10. And a small Business owner Tradesmen Services,Mr Barber implements a full service for participants of veterans project who are homeless and veterans of all America's wars 

Since founding veterans Project in early 2013,Mr Barber has taken on the overall operation of Veterans Project Social Services Program including strategic planning, development, and implementation of programs and ensuring quality services are rendered to low-income and homeless individuals, for homeless Veterans, and services for homeless children and veterans 

General Information

One particular approach to improving overall services to our families and residents is through our Veterans Project starts where the family or individual is and helps them navigate employment, medical, educational, psychological and any other service or program that will help empower their life.


Location: 11123 valencia st Oak Hills Ca,92344 

Awards In the initial years of operations, information will disseminated about veterans project to the target population. Clients who are interested in participating in to moving towards economic independence will be enrolled in the program. We will work with them to create an individual training and services plan, and refer them to services based on their needs.

Within this time period the anticipated outcomes include: at least 80% of clients will achieve their goals and be employed or enrolled in an appropriate education program; at least 50% of clients will transition to economic independence within 24 months of enrollment in case-management services; and 100% of clients will enjoy enhanced access to needed services via referrals, case management, transportation and/or other assistance, as needed.

Identify, strategize, and network with other organizations for funding opportunities to enhance overall programs and opportunities for low income and at risk families 

Contact Info
Phone 760-573-4096

Veterans and Homelessness


There are many reasons Veterans can become homeless, including poverty, lack of support from family or friends, substance use, or mental health challenges that may develop or worsen as a result of trauma they experience while serving. Veterans Project  is committed to meeting the needs of every Veteran. Comprehensive, individualized care including health care, housing assistance, job training, and education can help Veterans secure safe, stable housing and achieve self-sufficiency.

The 2014 Point-in-Time (PIT) count revealed that there were approximately 49,933 homeless Veterans on a single night in January 2014 in the United States.  For the Veterans Project, even one Veteran without safe and stable housing is one too many.and that is why veterans project was started to help Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.



Veterans & Homelessness

Number of veterans  approximately 23 million
Increasing numbers of returning military personnel:  according to the Mass. Dept. of Veterans’ Services, approximately 31,000 service members have returned to the Commonwealth 
Between 529,000 and 840,000 veterans are homeless at some time during the year.2
On any given night, more than 300,000 veterans are living on the streets or in shelters in the U.S.
Approx. 33% of homeless males in the U.S. are veterans.
Veterans are twice as likely as other Americans to become chronically homeless.
Veterans represent 11% of the adult civilian population, but 26% of the homeless population, according to the Homeless Research Institute.
Veterans are more at risk of becoming homeless than non-veterans
The number of homeless Vietnam-era veterans, male and female, is greater than the number of soldiers who died during the war.
Primary causes of homelessness among veterans are:
Lack of income due to limited education and lack of transferable skills from military to civilian life (especially true of younger veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan)
Combat-related physical health issues and disabilities
Combat-related mental health issues and disabilities
Substance abuse problems that interfere with job retention
Weak social networks due to problems adjusting to civilian life
Lack of services.

So we the people ask you to support this noble cause Veterans Project

Please forward this to as many of your contacts that you can and ask them to support this cause and to forward it to their contacts as well.
 Veterans Project





Please forward this to as many of your contacts that you can and ask them to support this cause and to forward it to their contacts as well.

Donate and Support the Veterans Project,I need your financial contributions to keep going 

Please click on our paypal link below and give what you can…$20, $50, $100 or more if you can.  I thank you and hope to keep going with you spreading the word.

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All funds raised will go to All funds raised from this campaign go to Food .clothing help with housing ,child care medical expenses,Identification cards and transportation to and from work and medical treatment

Email @ veteransproject@yahoo.com

Or Mail your Donation to 11123 Valencia st oak hills Ca 92344
Care of Suzanne D Button Project manager

If you would like to have contact directly with a vet in need and make your donation directly to that vet please let use know and we will provide you with names of those in need many are homeless and the address above is being used to help many establish a foundation

On any given day we the people have some 300,000 veterans on the streets of America Every day, 22 veterans take their own lives. That's a suicide every 65 minutes. As shocking as the number is, it may actually be higher. WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN ASSIST MANY MANY MORE

U.S. War Death Statistics


http://www.statisticbrain.com/u-s-war-death-statistics/


Question, why are so many veterans of our wars, including those still in the military committing suicide? Apparently, more than 22 veterans each day according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
An estimated 22 veterans commit suicide each day. Acknowledging it as too high of a number, veterans from Murfreesboro, Tennessee are taking a stand.

Former United States Marines Joseph Wolf and Matthew O’Dell intend to stand near the Murfreesboro Square on the 22nd day of each month and, with the help of anyone that will join, save lives. They are not asking for money. They ask only that passersby become aware of this issue.


In the video, Wolf and O’Dell speak candidly about their own bouts with PTSD, depression and suicide.


I certainly don’t have a definitive answer although I can speculate on some possible reasons.

What screams loudly in this head, these guys-maybe some women-just can’t re-engage with the superficial, indifferent, disconnected society-back in the “world”- they've been thrust back into returning home compared with the shared life and death ordeal they faced each day relying on the men next to them just to survive in war.


I’ve heard of some GI’s re-upping choosing to go back in the war zone presumably to recapture that “lost” connection they had with the men they fought with. Maybe to them it returns a sort of meaning to their lives.

THE WAR COMES HOME – Suicide, Veterans & PTSD with Save A Warrior’s Jake Clark CNN documentary THE WAR COMES HOME, suicide, soldiers and PTSD is discussed with Save A Warrior’s, Jake Clark. The costs of needless war, 


 It is our best hope that we can assist them were the government and other none profits do not or will not large amounts of money every day go to the organizations and less than half ever reaches the troops in need and I have found few places that will house a troop for more than a few days or give them the true support and love they need with our group of people 100% of everything we take in goes back to a troop we keep nothing for our time or like other organizations take a modest administration fee for the efforts which amounts to millions going to the one in need of nothing or no help we have seen this with our own eyes,our government is doing nothing for these vets and in fact as we all can see the VA is a dangerous place these days,

And in all the madness many seem have forgotten the women who have served we the people they to are equally veterans as any man and suffer just as well let us not forget Her War 



I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for one self, one's own family or one's nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the key to human survival. It is the best foundation for world peace
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. 
http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/07/veterans-project.html
Founder Veterans Project,Joseph F barber 

“Serving my country was a life-changing experience for me. It was during those years that I realized the importance of commitment, dedication, honor, and discipline. I have never laughed so much; nor have I ever prayed so much. I made life-long friends. The leaders and heroes I served with helped shape me into the man I am today. I feel honored to have been a part of such a great tradition and grateful to others who have walked the same path. Thank you!” 

Please forward this to as many of your contacts that you can and ask them to support this cause and to forward it to their contacts as well.


Homeless survival kits.” We Create and distribute kits that include items such as cups, pots, pans, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and cosmetics. ( We Try coordinating this through a group that gives out meals from a van, for example.)  During cold weather, organize drives for blankets, coats, hats, scarves, mittens, socks, and the like.
Phone calls.  Help people experiencing homelessness contact loved ones by offering the opportunity to make free long distance calls on holidays. Donate to or organize a cell phone drive for the homeless.

Homeless “survival kits.” We Create and distribute kits
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This 5-Year-Old Did Something Most Adults Wouldn’t Do!

WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.
http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/07/this-5-year-old-did-something-most.html

Modern day patriots are all around us
http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/01/modern-day-patriots-are-all-around-us.html

AS TRUE PATRIOTS THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES ON WHICH WE STAND: GOD, CONSTITUTION, COUNTRY AND OUR NATIONS VETERANS. GOD IS FIRST AND FOREMOST WITH US. FOR APART FROM GOD THERE IS NO FREEDOM ! THOSE WHO REFUSE TO BE GOVERNED BY GOD SHALL BE RULED BY TYRANTS!!!

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 'CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS'. OUR RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES ARE UNALIENABLE MEANING THEY ARE ENDOWED ON US BY OUR CREATOR, GOD ALONE! WE HAVE NO OTHER AUTHORITY TO WHICH WE MUST GO IN ORDER TO HAVE AND EXERCISE OUR RIGHTS. OUR CONSTITUTION SERVES 'ONLY' AS A WRITTEN GUARANTEE FROM GOVERNMENT THAT IT WILL NOT INFRINGE ON OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES !!!

OUR COUNTRY WAS BUILT ON CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES. THEY ARE THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR SUCCESS AS A COUNTRY. A COUNTRY WITHOUT GOD IS AS A SHIP WITHOUT A RUDDER TOSSED TOO AND FRO BY THE STORMS OF THIS WORLD TO END ONLY IN SHIPWRECK. AS TRUE PATRIOTS WE MUST STAND IN PLACE OF THAT MISSING RUDDER STEERING OUR COUNTRY BACK TO GOD AND OUR CONSTITUTION!!!

WE MUST ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HONOR OUR NATIONS VETERANS, THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY SACRIFICES UP TO AND INCLUDING THE GIVING OF ONES LIFE IN DEFENSE OF OUR GOD, CONSTITUTION AND COUNTRY! IT IS A DEBT WE CAN NEVER REPAY! THEY DESERVE BOTH HONOR AND RESPECT AND IT IS OUR GOAL TO SEE THAT THEY GET IT!!!







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Thanks for your support


Veterans Project A Homeless Ministry

http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2014/12/veterans-project-homeless-ministry.html



Note from the founder of the Veterans project 

The Art Of Becoming Human

http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-art-of-becoming-human.html

Stop the inhumane treatment of disabled homeless Veterans in Los Angeles


VA’s Double “State of Emergency”

http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/03/stop-inhumane-treatment-of-disabled.html


I do not want to appear disrespectful or ungrateful


http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/01/i-do-not-want-to-appear-disrespectful.html

Why are so Many Veterans of our Wars Committing Suicide?

http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2015/01/why-are-so-many-veterans-of-our-wars.html

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