A FIRST ENCOUNTER WITH CORRUPTION IN THE TEXAS PANHANDLE HAS LED ME ON A UNEXPECTED JOURNEY INTO THE OUTER LIMITS INTO A NAZI ONE WORLD ORDER LUCIFERIAN END TIMES DESTRUCTION ROOTED IN TEXAS.

"The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." -Albert Einstein  

2003-RETURN TO HOMETOWN

In August 2003, I returned to Borger, Texas and volunteered to serve on a committee to build a new hospital. When the City Attorney and other life time friends told me about the corruption within the hospital, I resigned from the committee. I wrote an opinion article in the local newspaper and was attacked following the article. It made me angry because the real issue was about those in power aided a hospital CFO in his crime of  child pornography. 


We formed an Community Action Committee to successfully defeat the bond issue. From my experiences I wrote "Good Kind Things for Others" A True Story about Corruption in the Texas Panhandle. I discovered that in small towns there are really no friends or enemies, There are only issues where one has friends on some issues and the same friends become your enemy on different issues. People want to live in a bubble where  corruption that stinks to high heaven is never exposed especially if it involves one of their friends.


Texas has a reputation for the Good Old Boy political system that ignores the laws. The lawyers and judges extract money from citizens who are vulnerable and naive. Things will never change until  the little guys "WE THE PEOPLE" show up, stand up and speak out to save our freedom.


 

GOOD KIND THINGS FOR OTHERS

Read about public corruption in the name of Jesus. District Attorneys who are drunk on power and greed. One arrested by the FBI for cocaine possession and another arrested for DUI hit and run. Doctors who are blackmailed by a Hospital Administrator when they speak out about the Hospital CFO's child pornography. CFO pervert leaves town with an $11,000 severance pay and land another job at the State Hospital in Austin, Texas. 
 



M. GLENN BAXTER