Make no mistake that ISIS Agenda is to take over the World by carrying out barbaric acts of mass executions, atrocities of beheadings, abducting girls as sex slaves and conscripting child soldiers to fight for them.


In one single day ISIS massacred 1,500 Iraqi soldiers from the Camp Speicher military base, formerly run by the US. Women is particular attack and kill female doctors, lawyers, among other professionals. But with ISIS they do not discriminate, they kill children at will as well. Nothing is sacred. They are commiting genocide unlike any other terror group in history who have absolutely no conscienceness for human life.


ISIS captures hundreds of women at a time – transport them to other countries like Syria for a reward or profit and in turn funds their terrorist actions.

ISIS is a terror group that makes Al-Qaida appear as Choir Boys. ISIS is commiting systematic war crimes in Iraq and in a dozen countries which they hold control. Their barbaric war crimes include mass executions and beheadings every day. They publicize their actions to install fear across the world and this has proven to be extremely effective. They are even extremely smart in evidence of their recruitment procedures seen in the west.


But if the West claims to represent the values of civilization, we cannot stand by and spectate while a few thousand Islamic fanatics that grow in numbers every day slaughter innocent people at will.

The future looks uncertain and bleak. The peoples of all the Western nations may wish that we were led by stronger and better statesmen, when hard and bitter decisions must be made.

Teen Bullying – Awareness

There is no quick question or answer on this topic. I have been asked many of which is starts off the same. Why? As an expert in the field of child behavior, bullying has been around since I was a child  and adults are not much different and are in the workplace. There are many questions and many answers.

Having extensive knowledge of cyber bullying, there are many issues, statistics and indeed resolutions. The percent of teens who have reported being bullied while at school  is 37%  of teens  who bully others. Overall in this nation, 1 out of 4 children get bullied while 95% never report it bulliesslapping and are simply bystanders due to peer pressure or fear they will be bullied themselves. Bullying threaten students’ physical and emotional security at school and can negatively impact their ability to learn.

The best way to address bullying like anything else is to stop it before it starts. There are a number of things school staff can do to make schools safer and prevent bullying. However, there are only about 15% of schools effectively promoting a policy and implementing strategies to curb bullying.

There needs to be an aggressive school preventative policy instituted and intervention efforts around students behavior, including substance use and violence. You may be able to build upon them or integrate bullying prevention strategies.

Conduct assessments in your school to determine how often bullying occurs, where it happens, how students and adults intervene, and whether your prevention efforts and methods are working. I believe that surveillance monitoring is an important solution which documents the bullying behavior and actions.

As evidence, it can be directly addressed to the student and family. It is important for everyone in the community to work together to send a unified message against bullying.

Launching an awareness campaign including social media make the objectives known to the school, parents and community members. Establish a school safety committee to plan, implement, and evaluate your school’s bullying prevention program.

I would suggest hiring a security expert like CRI to install and promote this endeavor. Create a mission statement, code of conduct, rules and a bullying system. These establish a climate in which bullying is not acceptable. disseminate and communicate widely. Establish a school culture of acceptance, tolerance and respect.

Use staff meetings, assemblies, class and parent meetings, newsletters to families, the school website to establish a positive climate at school. Reinforce social interactions and inclusiveness. Enforce and train teachers and staff on the school’s rules and policies. Give them the skills to intervene consistently and appropriately.

Current anti-bullying programs are limited and mostly ineffective. There is no correlation to other teenlaptopprograms like drug abuse and unprotected sex. These programs were established decades ago in school programs whilst anti-bullying was overlooked. Due to the severity of bullying, policies need to be implemented on all school programs in middle school and high school. They also need to be aggressive. In most states, cyber-bullying is considered a crime up to a class C felony.

Parents, teachers, and students learn the dangers of bullying and help students who may be at risk of committing sucasketicide.
In recent years, a series of bullying-related suicides in the US and across the globe have drawn attention to the connection between bullying and suicide. Though too many adults still see bullying as “just part of being a kid,” it is a serious problem that leads to many negative effects for victims, including suicide. Many people may not realize that there is also a link between being a bully and committing suicide.
The statistics on bullying and suicide are alarming:

  • Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people, resulting in about 4,400 deaths per year, according to the CDC. For every suicide among young people, there are at least 100 suicide attempts. Over 14 percent of high school students have considered suicide, and almost 7 percent have attempted it.
  • Bully victims are between 2 to 9 times more likely to consider suicide than non-victims, according to studies by Yale University
  • A study in Britain found that at least half of suicides among young people are related to bullying
  • 10 to 14 year old girls may be at even higher risk for suicide, according to the study above
  • According to statistics reported by ABC News, nearly 30 percent of students are either bullies or victims of bullying, and 160,000 kids stay home from school every day because of fear of bullying

Bully-related suicide can be connected to any type of bullying, including physical bullying, emotional bullying, cyberbullying, and sexting, or circulating suggestive or nude photos or messages about a person. Some schools or regions have more serious problems with bullying and suicide related to bullying. This may abc newsbe due to an excessive problem with bullying at the school. It could also be related to the tendency of students who are exposed to suicide to consider suicide themselves.

Some of the warning signs of suicide can include:

  • Showing signs of depression, like ongoing sadness, withdrawal from others, losing interest in favorite activities, or trouble sleeping or eating
  • Talking about or showing an interest in death or dying
  • Engaging in dangerous or harmful activities, including reckless behavior, substance abuse, or self injury
  • Giving away favorite possessions and saying goodbye to people
  • Saying or expressing that they can’t handle things anymore
  • Making comments that things would be better without them

If a person is displaying these symptoms, talk to them about your concerns and get them help right away, such as from a counselor, doctor, or at the emergency room. In some cases, it may not be obvious that a teen is thinking about suicide, such as when the suicide seems to be triggered by a particularly bad episode of bullying. In several cases where bullying victims killed themselves, bullies had told the teen that he or she should kill him or herself or that the world would be better without them. Others who hear these types of statements should be quick to stop them and explain to the victim that the bully is wrong.

Other ways to help people who may be considering suicide include:

  • Take all talk or threats of suicide seriously. Don’t tell the person they are wrong or that they have a lot to live for. Instead, get them immediate medical help.
  • Keep weapons and medications away from anyone who is at risk for suicide. Get these items out of the house or at least securely locked up.
  • Parents should encourage their teens to talk about bullying that takes place. It may be embarrassing for kids to admit they are the victims of bullying, and most kids don’t want to admit they have been involved in bullying. Tell victims that it’s not their fault that they are being bullied and show them love and support. Get them professional help if the bullying is serious.
  • It is a good idea for parents to insist on being included in their children’s friends on social networking sites so they can see if someone has posted mean messages about them online. Text messages may be more difficult to know about, so parents should try to keep open communications with their children about bullying.
  • Parents who see a serious bullying problem should talk to school authorities about it, and perhaps arrange a meeting with the bully’s parents. More states are implementing laws against bullying, and recent lawsuits against schools and criminal charges against bullies show that there are legal avenues to take to deal with bullies. If school authorities don’t help with an ongoing bullying problem, local police or attorneys may be able to.

Friends and relatives of suicide victims also need to find someone to talk to as they grieve, especially if they are suffering from depression or suicidal thoughts themselves.

If interested in using my information and/or desire more details and have a speaker come to as school , please contact me through this blog or call directly to 845-362-3433. What makes me part of being an expert? I was bullied most of my child life and survived. There are thousands of children, ages 6-18 they did not survive bullying and committed suicide. You read about them almost everyday. This needs to stop!

Global Challenges

What are the biggest problems facing the world in 21st century?
• Racism
    • Discrimination
    • Global warming
    • Environmental destruction
    • Nuclear weapons
    • Terrorism
    • Violence
    • Murder
    • Torture
    • Toxic waste
    • War
    • Genocide
    • Poverty
    • Starvation
    • Rape, etc.

  • Answer:
    The biggest challenges are getting the personal and corporate GREED under control, and securing the Internet where more than 90 percent of our business takes place today. Every day human creations produce pollution as a result of the devising and invention of machinery. Humans are responsible for nearly everything in the world that has been created and is the source of pollution. In my opinion the biggest problem facing human in the next 100 years is pollution such as nuclear waste. Atomic power is very good source of energy so humans can save oil. Humans can use water and many other things to make power but there are dangerous threatening things and nuclear waste is one of them because it doesn’t natural to the environment. Meanwhile all countries want to discover new knowledge. I think they don’t think about what might happen in the next century or in future. This is a serious problem, like what to do with the waste because we are no longer allowed to throw them into ocean or bury it underground. This waste can cause the earth to be destroyed, so it is impossible to grow anything in that area.
    The possible solution is we can use that energy just for some special cases. Politicians should not use this energy for war weapons, Atomic bombs or experiment on humans’ body. The devastation caused to Hiroshima and Chernobyl shows that atomic weapon and power can have irreparable results.

    As people are living longer today and Science is more advanced than ever before, the results of mistakes made now will be visited on the unborn generations to come. Human history has been an expert witness to tragic events from the past. We should do anything we can to prevent such tragic events occurring. Overpopulation! Notwithstanding American “diets”, we grow 1200 cal of food per person (all 6 billion) per day – and half of that is lost, spoilage, insects and other vermin. If the average is 600, and we eat 2400 guess how many people are staving. Poverty and a lack of access to water and sanitation. Both cause massive amounts of disease and death worldwide.The greatest problem facing the people in the world today is our own stubborn and willful refusal to accept responsibilities for our actions. We are the species that introduced the notion of atomic global destruction to the world and all we seem to be able to do about it is point our fingers at faceless governments and assign blame. We shake our heads sadly and sigh: “If only the leaders would lead then the people would surely follow.” The best we seem to be able to muster up in dealing with nuclear weapons or weapons of mass destruction is protest. Protest is fine, but it’s not enough. Demanding stricter controls from governments proven to be incompetent will not handle this problem nor will any mutually assured destruction solve this problem. This particular problem is overwhelmingly complex and requires a people much wiser and stronger than we are today.

    The age we live in today is often called the age of information but if anyone is really paying attention it appears to be more like the age of disinformation. Propaganda abounds across the globe and it is only effective because people are such easy prey to propaganda. It requires a higher level of awareness to discern fact from fiction and truth from talk. That level of awareness will not be accomplished before we learn how to accept responsibility for our actions. Accepting responsibility for our actions requires we become more honest with ourselves and admit we are too lazy and to willing to stagnate on all levels.

    Our marriages fail because we don’t make the effort to keep them working, our children become estranged because we don’t make the time for them, our communities fall into disrepair because we let them crumble, all the while waiting for someone else, some expert or someone wiser than us to fix our problems. We eat to much fast food and then turn to our doctors expecting some sort of little yellow pill that can correct the imbalance we created because we eat garbage for sustenance. We turn to psychiatrists and psychologists asking for medication that will help us ignore the mess we’ve created so we might keep plodding forth making bigger messes. We hide in our churches scolding others because they aren’t as holy as we are ignoring the message that comes with attending church. We blame, and we blame and we blame, never satisfied with the results of blaming and so, astonishingly we blame some more.
    We are woefully human and to err is human but there is evidence that we are also divine. We build remarkable cities filled with breathtaking edifices and homes, we build dams, superhighway’s and learn the mechanics of rocket science. We care and we love just as deeply as we are indifferent or hate. We discover that our actions and thoughts are caused by synapses in the nervous system and brain but we wonder if that is so, how is it we know about synapses. We are much, much more than we’ve ever been and when we finally figure out how to accept responsibility for each and every one of our actions, we will finally become all that we are and all we are supposed to be. This is quite a problem and solving this problem will not be easy. It appears, however, that life is not easy. Life is hard and it is the struggle we make that defines who we are. All of us are capable of so much more than we have ever accomplished and perhaps one day, the people will face their problems until the only real problems we’re confronted with are in the decisions we face in handling new problems. That will be an epoch to remember.
    Clearly the greatest single problem which faces the world is overpopulation. The rate of increase has to be stopped in no time flat simply because there is going to be an ever increasing energy shortage which will continue to impact lives in ever increasing ways in time to come. This energy shortage will impact the ability of the peoples of this world to feed themselves in time to come. Arable land will be used up in cities and industrial areas. There will be crises which people will not be able to overcome.
    Any one who has ever flown in an airplane over the vast and wide open spaces of this planet would have to ignore the obvious in order to agree that it is clear that overpopulation is a problem at all let alone the single greatest problem the world faces. How would we stop population rises? Is some form of tyrannical licensing of parentage being advocated? Energy shortage? The single greatest abundance in the universe is hydrogen. We are better served to find ways to harnessing this abundant resource and creating a renewable source of energy than we are in oppressing the individual and demanding that we all stop being so successful at propagation. The world is still very large and the universe even larger.