My son, Nicholas Price Bellard, was not from El Paso,TX. He was born in Lafayette, LA and lived in Oak Grove KY as well as El Paso and Louisiana. He had a very unhappy childhood and joined the military because he nobly wanted to financially provide for his wife. Poverty ( or the fear thereof ) is what drove my son to his demise and nothing anyone can say will make that truth go away.
He was used as a pawn in the global elitists goal of world domination and enslavement. If I had known then, when he first enlisted, what I know now I would have tried everything in my power to educate him of the sickness of our society. Fractured and dysfunctional families provide a steady stream of cannon fodder.
There are no insurgents or “bad guys” over there. There are only victims. We kill them….they kill us. They kill us……we kill them. How does that make any sense at all from an enlightened perspective of living from the heart and soul? You can only destroy the body/temple of love or hate but never the soul/energy.
War begets war.
My son crossed over because those in power are too cowardly to fight the battles they start. Patriotism is merely a form of manipulation and dogma designed to inspire separatism and bigotry….and we buy and live the rabid patriotism as if it were our last supper. We have a lot of soul-searching to do as a collective group of humans living inhumanely.
Myself, my sons Matthew and Andrew, husband Jairo, sister Colleen and niece Chloe are not grieving a “fallen soldier”. We are grieving a brilliant Light extinguished from this dark, perverse world. We are devastated that he left a grieving wife and a daughter whom he doted on and will never feel again her father’s loving embrace. This alone causes me deep anguish and inspires a hatred of this world that leaves me breathless.
He is a rare soul ( I will not say ‘was’ ) and never had an unkind thought or word about anyone…I would know…..I raised him.
Nicholas’ greatest accomplishment in this lifetime was NOT his service to this vulgar country, but, rather his service to his wife and daughter and those that loved him dearly and those that served beside him.
There is absolutely no reason for the way we live and conduct ourselves here on this planet. It defies logic and, more so, it defies believing.
- Grief (reachingforpink.wordpress.com)
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- Where can one find a grieving mother’s poem for her dead son (wiki.answers.com)
- Grieving Mother (pbwhite11.wordpress.com)
- El Paso to Austin (duncanroy.wordpress.com)