Discussion in 'Law Forum - Prisons - Gun Ownership' started by jamesfrmphilly, Jul 17, 2016.
I just saw this on the news. One of the shooters is dead.
I ask you jamesfrmphilly, with the Dallas and Baton Rogue shootings within two weeks of each other, racially what direction do you feel America is headed in?
Did you take notice of Obama's tone during his speech on the Baton Rogue police ambush? He seems resigned. Like someone who is lost at the crossroads, like someone sees more trouble but is helpless about being able to stop disaster before it comes.
It seems like it's too many bad incidents converging together at one point in time and it doesn't look good
This is who they say did the shooting in Baton Rouge.
His web site : http://convoswithcosmo.com/
I imagine the police / youtube will remove these soon.
Cosmo is a Freedom Strategist, Mental Game Coach, Nutritionist, Author and Spiritual Advisor.
At the age of sixteen, after self-educating himself about fitness, nutrition, and diet, Cosmo lost over eighty pounds in six months. He then joined the United States Marine Corps and earned the rank of Sergeant (E-5) in less than three years as one of the Corps most physically fit and disciplined Marines. During his five years as a Marine, Cosmo spent two years in Japan and did one tour in Iraq. While stationed in San Diego, California, Cosmo became a highly esteemed and sought after nutritionist and personal trainer.
After completing an Associate’s degree in General Studies at Central Texas College, Cosmo then attended Clark Atlanta University to further his education. After a year and a half at Clark Atlanta as a dean’s list student, he had a spiritual revelation that resulted in him dropping out of college, selling his two cars, giving away all of his material possessions, packing two suitcases and journeying to Africa—his ancestral homeland.
While in Africa, Cosmo’s spiritual journey took him across Rwanda, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Egypt, Ghana and Burkina Faso. During that time he frequented the highly treasured and revered mountainous regions of Africa and was taught by Africa’s native spiritual practitioners and elder holistic healers. While there, Cosmo authored and published three books– http://www.cosmoglobal.org/books
Cosmo has been an avid student of nutrition, health, fitness, personal transformation and spiritual mastery since the age of sixteen. He conducts sports nutrition workshops locally, nationally, and internationally. He has traveled nationally to over thirty States in the U.S., and internationally to The Bahamas, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Maldives (Island country near India), Iraq, and Africa to name a few.
In addition to over twelve years of health, fitness, and nutrition experience, Cosmo also has extensive sports nutrition, life-coach, and spiritual counseling experience with fitness enthusiasts, professional athletes and spiritual seekers. In one-on-one sessions, he coaches his clients on ways to create a daily food plan that is successful and can be maintained over the long-term. He also helps them reach their optimal weight, diet, spiritual and personal growth goals.
Sister Destee, I'm speechless.
I would have thought he would have been an uneducated person, but to have put him through all of that searching for perfection...and to have his life ended in this way,... I'm speechless.
Again, I think some of the young people that go into the military come out, I guess, frustrated when they see things happening here in America.
Is this the beginning?
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