Sunday, April 9, 2017




WWW,  April 9 2017 - Just a few months after he was selected to be the next American president, Donald Trump proves once again how those that look at their preferential candidate as if he is the Messiah will turn out fooled.

Just a few days after the Americans announce that regime change in Syria was no longer top priority, there is an attack with chemical weapons and the blame is put on the Syrian president Assad. Ivanka Trump, daughter and advisor of president Trump and close friend to Chelsea Clinton (indeed, the daughter of) tweets the following:

Heartbroken and outraged by the images coming out of Syria following the atrocious chemical attack yesterday. (LINK)

That's a true challenge for daddy Trump. Will he let his daughter continue to feel bad over something that happens or will he defend her, grant her her wish, or will he do what people elected him to do? In the mean time, we know the answer. Here's the next tweet:

The times we are living in call for difficult decisions - Proud of my father for refusing to accept these horrendous crimes against humanity. (LINK)

Yes, it happened. Donald Trump went to war in Syria, applauded by warmongers like John Mc Cain and Hillary Clinton. A big lesson to those that have put their trust in men by thinking they would basically elect the Messiah into the White House. Others went before them... Much more important is the fact that Trump's decision to is directly supporting the Muslim terrorists in their Islamic State and brings the world closer to WW3.

Click for larger viewA coalition of Russian, Syrian and Iranian forces have been dealing blow after blow to ISIS. They're heading to Raqqaa, the proclaimed capital of the Caliphate. How convenient or strategically was an attack with chemical weapons on a civilian population for the Islamists? As I heard it state: "Whenever ISIS need air support, they just have to drop chemical weapons".

In the mean time, Russian president Vladimir Putin said he would strike back next time the USA will bomb Syrian airfields. After all, Russia and Syria are allies and the Syrian airfields are vital infrastructure in the fight against the Mohammedan Caliphate.

Now, back to Trump's flip-flop.

He was elected partly because he wanted to stay out of Syria. No more neo-conservative or neo-liberal if you will regime change games. No more backing up ISIS forces and other Islamists. All of this as opposed to Hillary Clinton, of whom everybody knows she is a hawk and wants to start wars wherever she can.

Trump vehemently opposed Obama's warmongering policies (Tweet left) and so do the people who voted for him. Well known radio talk show host Alex Jones, for example. He basically sold out completely to Trump and surely inspired many to vote for the guy with the funny hair. Now he's trying to find a way out.

Others still "keep the faith". It is very interesting to see how Trump supporters now try to defend something they used to vote against. I've seen a comment by someone who said something to the effect of "Better that Trump start war, because I wouldn't want Hillary to do it". Yes, that is how blind people can follow a leader, trying to excuse him for doing the very same thing that he judged his predecessor for. 

Where this will all lead? We'll surely see it as things develop.

In the meantime: let's keep in touch.

One Love,
Messian Dread


Wednesday, March 29, 2017

All Things Work For Good



WWW,  March 29 2017 - Over two years since the last update. Apart from a few postings on the Dubroom Message Boards and Google+ as well as some interesting discussions on YouTube, nothing has come out from yours truly. So what has been going on?

Was it a coincidence that I had to get to the hospital just a few days before I would do my first performance of the year? This question has been running through my mind several times. Of course, it had to come one day, that's for sure. A thing that might illustrate my condition was the fact that my weight was a mere 53 kilo (116 pound). I thought I was 65 (143 pound). I was seriously underfed, which obviously had a consequence. So yes, it was a matter of time before I would end up in hospital. No doubt about it.

After my initial revalidation process, I gradually regained some strength. At first I couldn't walk for more than 5 minutes without having to rest. Currently I am driving my bicycle almost daily and I make trips of 40 kilometers (25 miles) on average. Takes me two, two and a half hour. While I'm riding, I'm listening to things. Debates, interviews, lectures, audio books. I'm catching up, that's a fact. It wouldn't have happened without me having to change my lifestyle significantly.

Still, I find it hard to simply ignore the timing of everything. 

The Bible says that "we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose." (Romans 8:28). Not hard to imagine how can see my hospitalization and subsequent change of lifestyle in this very same context. You see, while I was doing all these musical things I did not have time to actually to an in-depth study of the Book of Books. To examine and deepen my faith, the most important thing in my life.

It begged the question: "What is more important, to entertain people or to grow in knowledge and therefore in fruit?" Asking the question is actually answering it. Sure there is a time and place for everything. A time to rejoice, a time to mourn. A time to be angry, a time to forgive. A time to share, for example my musical productions, and a time to just take and gain, in this case: knowledge and hopefully some more wisdom.

Recently I watched an interview with the very well known hard rock artist Alice Cooper. Turned out he gave his life to Jesus. He said something like: "You know, God said to me, now you've seen enough and now I want you for myself", something to that effect. I can see a bit of a parallel, even though I'm a born again Christian since 1985. Not being part of any Christian Industrial complex, just out there "in the world", as it is called. Performing at places where you average Christian doesn't go, just to share Jah Light. Sharing, giving.

A few days before I would perform, God at least put me out of action. I had nothing more to give.

In hindsight, I can see that this did not came out of nowhere, even though it seemed so at the time. I read updates from before. I think about the enormous fatigues I had while still feeling compelled to "trod on" as the saying goes. Even Christians were more interested in the music than anything else. For me it was no question, even though I did develop a view of myself being the band that plays the music while the Titanic is sinking about 5 years or so ago. No, there was no way for me or others to start realizing I was not the well that never runs dry.

My collapse two years ago changed all of that.

Because it's already two years, I can say that I think I am in a new phase in my life. Having made hundreds of tracks of which 95% are free to download, is that not enough? Do I need to produce more of the same, just for the sake of having a flow? It costs a lot of money, time and health to do so. 

I think the time is there for me to continue studying, learning, deepening my faith and staying reasonable healthy.

Let's keep in touch.

One Love,
Messian Dread

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