During a multiple-year budgetary battle with the Oklahoma Legislature, the Water Quality Division of the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality was assembled. This is a group of about a hundred people in attendance. A senior manager informs us that in response to the legislature's budget tightening, she will re-allocate efforts away from the engineers providing … Continue reading UPCOMING: “We Will Live with Increased Risk of Water-borne Illness” –Director of Water Quality at Oklahoma DEQ
Concurrently posted from original on September 28, 2017 by adminsecsocproj Mobbing in the workplace or other organizations is phenomenon affecting adults in their places of activity. This article is intended to accompany a video of the same title located at the video channel entitled: vid.me/The_Mobbing_Stop. The direct link to this particular video is: https://vid.me/0W9Gu (A … Continue reading An Introduction to Workplace Mobbing
I recently had opportunity to mention St. Thomas More in a Twitter comment. I kept an image of More on a holy card pinned in my cubicle at the government agency until the day the armed police ushered me out of the building. (Bad organizations feign so well the functions--especially the forceful ones--of legitimate agencies … Continue reading More More–Thomas More!
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My struggle fighting a corrupt and abusive agency, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, cannot be understood apart from the larger, malignant trends in government. First, the article about a Scottish doctor: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5952625/Christian-doctor-fired-saying-people-choose-gender-reveals-speak-out.html Second, the much deeper, behind-the-scenes agenda is revealed by another Scotsman, Alan Watt, whose website cuttingthroughthematrix.com is a bountiful source of big-picture … Continue reading The Totalitarian Megabureaucracy Crushing a Principled Physician, Dr. David Mackereth
This water emergency event in Washington, DC is a similar situation that which occurred in Oklahoma City twice in early 2014. I was punished for trying to do something about it. Water pressure in a system may drop for a number of reasons, such as a line break, a failure of electrical supply to pumps … Continue reading How Cities Like Washington, DC Should NOT Respond to Low Water Pressure Events [VIDEO included]
There are some important principles to be learned here. https://youtu.be/02PArBQ6nBk
Across America, citizens are subjected to Stalinist methods in their workplaces and communities. I feel grateful that I have never owned a television. I am not filling my mind with horrific, and in many cases fanciful, stories of crime in programs like C.S.I. or ridiculous heroes without virtues. Videos of flash mobs assembling at shopping … Continue reading Mob Hysteria Gripping American Society