#RT @SECSTATE What solutions do you think are most critical to countering violent extremism? – Stop Land Grabbing;Stop Burning Hemp

Christens’Jews’ISIS’ very sensitive about religion.Psychologist believe- don’t need to display emotions on outsidePupils from Langata Road Primary School in Nairobi were at the front line of protesters pulling down a wall thrown up around their playground after it was acquired by a private developer. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2916433/Kenya-Police-tear-gas-school-kids-demo-playground.html#ixzz3SWPG5nW8  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Pupils from Langata Road Primary School in Nairobi were at the front line of protesters pulling down a wall thrown up around their playground after it was acquired by a private developer (Land-Grab).

TEAR DOWN THAT WALL

Prison Industry- Detroit Art Scene-Selected pieces from the Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners 2007-2010. Galleries are arranged by artist last name.
Prison Industry- Detroit Art Scene-Selected pieces from the Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners 2007-2010. Galleries where Gov. Rick Snyder feeds Inmates maggots at tax payers expense. #GM
@POTUS-Gov.#RickSnyder  is  OUR ISIS @SECSTATE-  TEAR DOWN THAT WALL

Captive Customers: Outsourcing Prison Services Is Ruining

The Huffington Post
Oct 20, 2014 – Captive Customers: Outsourcing Prison Services Is Ruining Lives and Bilking Taxpayers … Outsourced inmate health care, food and commissary services, telephone and financial … to the poor conditions in prisons and burdening inmates and their families with extra costs. … Maggots in and around food.

Christens’Jews’ISIS’ very sensitive about religion.Psychologist believe- don’t need to display emotions on outside

White House Summit To Counter Violent Extremism:

@SECSTATE Asks:

What solutions do you think are most critical to countering violent extremism? – 

  • With hold US Tax dollars that support BP Colonization at home/abroad. Protect USA borders (Apache Kenya) land from BP and foreign Corp land-grab. U.S. should
  1. Stop funding Land-grab in Africa, creating refugees and then blaming refugees when they have no place to be any longer, due to US funded land grab for free resources.
  2. Address ADL backed name calling repartition campaigns, directly; stop talking to Netanyahu.
  3. Pardon US Prison Industry to go to Africa.
  4. Stop burning hemp. Stop choosing what an individual person’s appetite is/should be; end Drug war and ban use tax dollar funding, man made, laws pertaining to ‘Notion of boogieman’ “Drug War”, where target opponent,can’t fight back.
  5. Stop threatening Net-Neutrality and high school AP history.
  6. Define made up terms like ‘gang related’, ‘terrorism’ before it can be used as tool to kidnap another child. Stop using terms you can’t define, like ISIS/JESUS; ban religion from politics.
  7. Allow global citizens to police themselves; make false flag a federal/war crime.

Over policing, and False flags promote colonization, repartition,

infringe on individual’s ability to meet own basic human needs,

promotes dependence, slavery and denigrates, individual freedoms.

8.  Stop arresting, killing children and land grabbing.

9.  Get out of Somalia and let them grow hemp.

10.  State that drug war is ended. It is a war on people, not on the ‘illusive drug’.

11.  Gun manufacturers have responsibility to guns reaching the hands of the children, who do not manufacture them. Today Netanyahu, the largest drug/chemical manufacture; and gun manufacturer is walking around like some hero, even Stevie Wonder can see.

king James

ISIS / JESUS the tri-unity of God: in a very technical manner and focused on the Son ….. based on the Father-Mother-Son family of Osiris, Isis and Horus.  Father, Son and Holy Ghost were Osiris, Isis and Horus whom the Egyptians … Isis and Horus consisted in a father, mother, son relationship – as far from the  Isis is the feminine archetype for creation; she is the goddess of fertility and motherhood. She has gone by many names and played many roles in history and mythology – as goddess and female creator. Isis She who gives birth to heaven and earth, She who knows the orphan, Isis She who gives birth to heaven and earth, She who knows the orphan, She who knows the widow spider, She who seeks justice for the poor people, She who seeks shelter for the weak people She who seeks the righteousness in her people    ISIS Titles: Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Gods, The One Who is All, Lady of Green Crops, The Brilliant One in the Sky, Star of the Sea, Great Lady of Magic, Mistress of the House of Life, She Who Knows How To Make Right Use of the Heart, Light-Giver of Heaven, Lady of the Words of Power, Moon Shining Over the Sea.

GenerationZ Global

White House Summit To Counter Violent Extremism: What solutions do you think are most critical to countering violent extremism? –

Obama’s ISIS war arrives at an opportune time for contractors. From 2008 to 2013, according to data provided to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the five largest U.S. defense contractors have experienced a 14 percent drop in employees. Lockheed Martin Corporation, the biggest defense contractor in the world, cut its workforce by 20 percent, International Business Timesreported in August. The ISIS war now gearing up will undoubtedly restore lost revenue and provide for lost jobs.

Face You FearsfalseFlag Grow Hemp For the War

Isis
She who gives birth to heaven and earth,
She who knows the orphan,
She who knows the widow spider,
She who seeks justice for the poor people,
She who seeks shelter for the weak people
She who seeks the righteousness in her people
Titles:
Queen of Heaven,
Mother of the Gods,
The One Who is All,
Lady of Green Crops,
The Brilliant One in the Sky,
Star of the Sea,
Great Lady of Magic,
Mistress of the House of Life,
She Who Knows How To Make Right Use of the Heart,
Light-Giver of Heaven,
Lady of the Words of Power,
Moon Shining Over the Sea.

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Meet Generation Z: No Hitting; No Name-Calling–Justin Beaver; Chris Brown

Gen Z is the first generation to be truly a global one.•Social media has made it easy for them to take up social causes. Not only are the music, movies and celebrities as global for them as they have been for previous generations, but through technology, globalisation and our culturally diverse times, the fashions, foods, online entertainment, social trends, communications and even the “must watch YouTube videos and memes” are global as never before.  Page 22 August 21, 2014 Young Observer Meet Generation Z By Sarah FellowsThursday, Generation Z is one name used for people born after the Millennial Generation. There is no agreement on the exact dates of the generation with some sources starting it at the mid or late 1990s or from the mid 2000s to the present day.mlkgallery_10 This week Young Observer gets up close and personal with this Generation who will be running the world two decades from now.GEN Zs Social media has led to a sense of social justice, justin-bieber-studio-instagram-1376664015-custom-0 larr_rwanda-88700473ddfff873d943583b05a5beb0fb58820a-s800-c15 before after hemp art B9kswhSCEAAdZ6p.jpg-large ‘Gen Z’ Gen Z more willing to splurge on health foods%0A%0A let american farmers grow hemp green&brown Hemp Farmers before after hemp art Everyone is looking for a hook.”[1] They define the Homeland Generation as people born from the year 2005 to the present day. In 2012, USA Today sponsored an online contest for readers to choose the name of the next generation after the Millennials. In the article, journalist Bruce Horovitz wrote that some might call the term “Generation Z” rather “off-putting” and a name that is “still in-the-running”.[4] Some alternate names were proposed including: iGeneration, Gen Tech, Gen Wii, Net Gen, Digital Natives, Gen Next, Post Gen, and Plurals.[1][5] In 2013, Jeanine Poggi reported in Ad Age that Nickelodeon channel is looking to serve a new breed of kids born after 2005 whom it dubs “post-millennials”.[2] In 2014, Pew Research Center sponsored a contest to name the next generation after the Millennials. Names proposed include: the TwoKays or 2K’s (born after 2000), the Conflict Generation (the generation that grew up during the time of the Iraq War and War in Afghanistan), Generation i (or iGeners and iGens), @generation, the Swipe Generation, the Tweennials, and Screeners.[6] iGeneration (also abbreviated as iGen) is a name that several individuals claim to have coined.

Why HempPsychology professor and author Jean Twenge claims that the name iGen “just popped into her head” while she was driving near Silicon Valley, and that she had intended to use it as the title of her 2006 book Generation Me but was overridden by her publisher. Demographer Cheryl Russell claims to have first used the term in 2009.[1] Songwriter and producer John Mayer attributes it to rap artist MC Lars.[citation needed]bl07_mavferic_col__1260541f Gen-Z-foodObama-MLK-Day-1 malala_2693021c Livinglongercostingmore Quotes Prohibition copy tumblr_lyuv2fQprh1qb4rk5o1_500 sudan2 Screen-Shot-2012-09-28-at-5.36.38-PM Saving passing the torch Gen Z Z -1 Matt Carmichael, a past director of data strategy at Ad Age, said in 2012 “we think iGen is the name that best fits and will best lead to understanding of this generation”.[1] In 2014, an NPR news intern noted that iGeneration “seems to be winning” as the name for the post-Millennials.[7] It has been described as “a wink and nod to Apple’s iPod and iPhone”,[1] while former Ad Age writer Matt Carmichael notes that the lowercase “i” in iGeneration “leaves room for interpretation” and “could be any number of things: It could be for interactive, it could be for international, it could be for something we haven’t thought of yet.”[7] The Pluralist Generation (also abbreviated as Plurals) is a name coined by marketing firm Frank N. Magid Associates.[1] According to Magid, the name “Plurals” reflects that they are the most diverse of any generation in the U.S.; Magid estimates that 55% are Caucasian, 24% are Hispanic, 14% are African-American, 4% are Asian, and 4% are mixed race or other.

At a Glance

•Gen Zs were born in the early to mid 1990s though 2010. •The Internet, technology, war, terrorism, the recession, and social media shape their lives. •Gen Zs are tech savvy. •Social media has connected them globally to their peers. •The internet has connected them globally to knowledge. •They are bright, and their IQ scores are higher than previous generations. Quotes Prohibition copy Rep. Gene Alday (R-Wells) •They are flexible in nature and expect flexibility from institutions. •They are accepting of diverse populations. Social Media •Gen Zs are always connected in a seamless cloud-based world of friends, data, and entertainment.

•Social media

and instant contact is very important to them. •Waiting for e-mails has never been part of the Gen Z world. •Social media has made it easy for them to take up social causes. They look for careers that will help the world. •Social media has led to a sense of social justice, especially when they are bombarded with images and news of war, recession, and climate change. •They love to “crowd source” for solutions on social media. Gadgets and Tools •Gen Z has become a generation of content creators and producers with today’s web apps and digital tools. •They consume most of their media on mobile devices. •Gen Zs prefer media that they can interact with as opposed to passive TV or print texts. •They want gadgets that are multi-functional (take video, reach the internet, play music). •They prefer websites, apps, and social media outlets that let multiple features like posting pictures, videos, text, comments, rate things, etc. In the World of Commerce •Gen Zs are not brand loyal. They will mix and match everything from clothes brands to philosophies. •Gen Z teens and preteens have the biggest impact on the economy for that age group ever. Their social media “likes,” product ratings, forum feedback has companies and marketers scrambling. •They spend more on the economy than any generation before them at their age. This is driven by gift cards like iTunes cards that are spent online. •They look for alternative ways to enter their professions as college costs soar. •Gen Zs are more concerned about purchasing environmentally safe products than the generations before them.

CELLULAR PHONES

Average age of receiving first cellphone Boomers: 50 years old Generation X: 30 years old.

1988 was the year of evolution in the cell phone Millennial Generation: 15 years old Generation Z: Nine years old.

  • They always have to have their phone with them! Socialisation •Gen Zs are always connected in a near seamless cloud-based world of friends, data, and entertainment. •Gen Zs expect to be able to work, learn, and study wherever and whenever the what. •Their day is filled with images and news from around the world, often describing terrorism, the world recession, and climate change. •Due to the access to a constant barrage of global news, Gen Zs are more socially responsible than the generations before them. •They will take their gaming lifestyle with them into adulthood. •They are described as growing up too fast, and also not at all! They grow up fast because of their exposure to so much disturbing news, but they will remain gamers for a long time and want school and work to be fun. •Gen Zs are closer to their parents than the previous generation because they watch the same TV shows, listen to the same music, and play the same video games. •They have less need for direction because they have access to all the answers, especially for things they are passionate about. •Parents tend to build too much easy-to-get self-esteem in their Gen Z kids. •High self-esteem plus easy-to-use digital tools lead the Gen Zs to think they can do anything. •Gen Zs completely take for granted the amount of data that they have access to and the speed in which they can access it. It’s a natural part of their lives. •Gen Zs are the most home-schooled generation in the modern public school era. Home schooling has made this group closer to their families. •Gen Zs have become emotionally attached to their digital habits, which keep them online even longer. Future Professionals •65% of grade school students will work in jobs that don’t exist today. •The biggest concern that Gen Zs voice (nearly 80%) is if they will have a job when they graduate. •Gen Zs want to enter the professional and technical “idea economy” while the largest growth is in the service economy. •They will be a different kind of professional, not a 40-hour week cube worker, but freelance contractors who solves problems with a particular expertise. •They are wary of long-term plans. They are not planning on 30 year careers at one place. •Gen Zs have the personalities of workers who back their bosses, but they will look for jobs where bosses “have their backs.” •Flexibility is important to them. Employers worry that they are so flexible that retention may be an issue. •Gen Zs will not be as loyal to companies as generations before them. They’ve witnessed the lack of corporate loyalty when their own parents and older siblings lost their jobs during the recession. •They expect quick results (promotions), and will keep their resumes handy and up-todate. •The recession will have them competing for jobs at all levels with much older adults.
•The Internet economy, cloud tools, and crowd-sourced funding have allowed Gen Zs to become successful online entrepreneurs, from selling their original music, video, and text content to establishing startups like http://www.dispatch.io

The Generation Z Learner

•Because Gen Z is from the digital generation, many teachers incorrectly assume that ALL are “digital citizens” and are aware of online hazards, managing personal information online, guarding intellectual property, tech savvy, and so on. •Their brains are wired for the fast delivery of content, data, and images from computers, videogames, and the Internet. •Educators are increasingly bringing game design and game theory into education with continuous grading, continuous feedback, clear goals, rewards, challenges, etc. •Gen Zs are driven by graphics in learning. They comprehend complex graphics better than previous generations. •They very much dislike lecture-test classroom. •Gen Zs are constant multi-taskers. •The like to have random access to information, love to explore using their own routes, need graphics, want it fun, and instant feedback. •Their digital world can be customised. They want their education customised, too. •Researchers says Gen Zs are smart kids and will be smart adults who can deal with a lot of data and make decisions. •The classroom challenge is that students are digital and many teachers are analog.

•Old school teachers tend to not appreciate Gen Z digital skills or how their brains are wired.

•Old school teachers are not prepared to teach the “future content” that Gen Zs love. Future content includes software, hardware, digital, technological, social media.

•Teachers are at a disadvantage because they aren’t as comfortable with technology as their students are.

•Access to so much data makes Gen Zs go for the quick answer rather than longer problem solving. •Gen Zs often do not take the time to determine the reliability of information. •They must be taught to discover, curate, and manage information. This will be essential in the “idea economy” of the knowledge era. •Fluid Intelligence (problem solving) on IQ scores has been on the rise since the 90s. Game designers like to take credit because their multi-player, problem-based games went viral at the same time. •Creating “cheats” and hacking games are a sign of brilliance in the Gen Z world. This doesn’t reconcile with their education world. Teachers don’t reward short cuts. •Gen Zs become incredibly more knowledgeable about their passions than the generations before them because they have access to so much more information, and they can network with peers across the globe who have the same interests. •43% prefer the digital learning and find it easiest to learn from the Internet.

•Parents are taking more responsibility in their children’s education, and they want options and choices.

•The gap between what schools are teaching and the needed skills of the future is widening.

•The Gen Z world is increasingly collaborative, and their school projects need to reflect that. •Gen Z students need to be challenged with project-based, active learning to meet the demands of the future. Dangers for the Gen Zs •Recession, war, energy crisis, and climate change leave them in a world filled with uncertainties. •Gen Zs are described as too dependent on technology. •Cyber crimes like bullying, identity theft, intellectual property theft are a dangerous frontier that are still not policed or regulated very well. •The cost of higher education is becoming prohibitive. •Gen Zs need niche skills, but one-size-fitsall education is slow to catch up. •Some Gen Zs do NOT have access to the digital world. Socioeconomic position and ZIP code play a large part in this. •Gen Zs face health problems associated with sedentary lifestyles. •Other generations must deal with Gen Z’s’ changing (or lack of) interpersonal skills that are driven by advancing technologies.

SOCIAL MEDIA

93% of Gen Zers say they visit You Tube at least once a week, 54% visit multiple time per day;

65% say they visit Facebook weekly;

only 38% visit multiple times per day;

26% visit Twitter weekly;

26% visit Google weekly;

17% visit instagram weekly