Forgiveness

Posted in Life in the Country on 18, July 2016 by nathanbusch

In the Torah, we are taught that Satan is an angel that can only do as G_d wills. The only purpose that Satan has is to tempt humans with evil, as G_d wills, to allow humans to improve and grow in the grace of G_d.

For a two and one half week period a year ago, She succumbed to the greatest evil possible in a relationship. Then She repeatedly lied. Then She repeatedly fed it to Him. Nevertheless, he held the faith that She could be in a far better place than She had ever been. It was the will of G_d that He stay to assist Her on Her journey. He did so.

The evil eventually tore them apart: this, because it was the will of G_d that He learn to be in a place far better than He had ever known. His journey is far from complete, but His soul now knows great joy.

She has helped Him far more than She will ever know. For that He thanks Her. Because She did exactly what G_d willed, He must forgive Her for the pain that it caused, and this He now does.

He has moved on to a grand adventure: to walk in this life according to the laws of G_d knowing that he will meet his soul mate, his twin flame.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

A Bond

Posted in Life in the Country with tags on 18, June 2016 by nathanbusch

Two spirits struggled through life to find each other

The White Cord that was the bond existed

long before each came into this world

Connected

Found

Joy, Tears, Good Times, Tough Times

She Lied and Sent Him to Psychiatric Prison

The Psychiatrist asked a one-word Question: “Suzanne”?

“Yes”, He replied

You are completely Sane, the Psychiatrist Replied: I am sending you home

but, the Psychiatrist said, “stay away from her as she is dangerous.”

The Cord broke: it rocked and shook his body

as a Wave crashed into the Tall-Mast Ship on the open ocean

No pain was there

Only relief that She was gone

The White Cord lies limp on the floor with a circle at the end

His spirit is Free to see the Sun on a warm June afternoon.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

Propagation of Lies

Posted in Life in the Country on 8, June 2016 by nathanbusch

This story came to me second hand, but it deserves exposure.

Apparently, when the son of Judy C. was thirteen years he did something inappropriate in front of a female friend.

Judy C. claims that she came to my office for legal assistance and that I informed her of the following: “not to worry because he is a juvenile and his offense will not show up on his record when he becomes an adult.”

Judy C. claims that I was negligent in my representation of her son because is a registered sex offender and his life is miserable.

So here is the problem: her son is now 27. Twenty seven minus thirteen is fourteen. I have never met this Judy C. person, I have never met her son, and I do not handle criminal cases. Wait a minute, said the intermediary: you had an office in the area fourteen years ago and you could have represented the son then. No: I did not move to the area until September 2007. June 2016 minus September 2007 is 8 years and 9 months, which is no where near 14 years ago. Another problem with the lie: I did not even have my law license fourteen years ago; I obtained my law license in October 2002.

Yet, the lies are propagated.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

Convict Health Insurance

Posted in Exposing Corruption, Life in the Country on 28, March 2016 by nathanbusch

Convicted felons are receiving cadillac health insurance and the tax payers of Minnesota are footing 100% of the bill!

These include the following: drug dealers, child molesters, those engaged in beastiality, murders, prostitutes, thieves, etc. The State of Minnesota has mandated that each person leaving prison, whether on parole or not, are entitled to state-funded health insurance that has no deductibles or co-pays. A convicted felon has a mild head-ache: cadillac work-up including CAT scans, MRI, spinal diagnositic studies, radiofrequency ablation every six months or so, etc. We are paying 100% of the bill. A convicted felon is a little bit sad: cadillac work-up with a psychologist, psychiatrist, etc.; and medications that run thousands of dollars per month. We are paying 100% of the bill.

Did I mention, that the convicted felons have a strong disincentive to get a paying job: they are afraid that they might lose their cadillac health care insurance.

Something is very wrong in the State of Minnesota.

I hope that this helps.
Nathan A. Busch

Verizon Wireless

Posted in Observations during Life on 4, March 2016 by nathanbusch

I was in need of checking my voice and data usage on the Verizon Wireless website.

Here we go: what? Locked out?

Ok, so we reset the answer to the “security question”, obtain a new password via “text message” and then reset the password, which we dutifully record on a piece of paper.

Remember paper and pencil: useful for such things as writing down important information.

Wait a minute: “writing”. That is so … ’50s.

Now, ready to manage the account. Enter user identification, answer the security question, then enter the password.

“The information that you entered does not match what we [Verizon] have on file.”

What? We just put the information into the website.

So, the Verizon Wireless sends one into an infinite loop requesting answers to security questions, then password, then informing the user that the “information provided does not match what [Verizon has] on file”. Once one gets to that point, Verizon insists that the password needs to be changed: through the loop we go.

Ok, so one might think that one could get ahold of a human being at Verizon Wireless: good luck with finding the telephone number which is nowhere to be found on the Verizon Wireless website.

Searching for any path out of the infinite loop, one calls the local Verizon store: an hour later, a person who has the vocabulary of a high school dropout answers and has no clue as to what the Verizon Wireless website is. Eventually, after calling again, and navigating the obscenely complicated telephone menu, one is told to press “3” to get the national help line.

Great, an hour on the telephone waiting whilst listening to a scratchy rendition of some third-rate piece of classical music, one is put into contact with a “help line expert” who can barely speak english. Forty five minutes later, the “help line expert” finally recognizes that the website might be defunct.

And we will not even go into the number of times that Verizon drops calls.

Then, after wasting seven hours of my time, Verizon has the nerve to tell me that it will charge me north of $320.00 as an early termination fee for the contract.

So, lousy service from people who work for an incompetent company charging outrageous fees for voice and data that expects its customers to navigate the worst website in the world yielding a rip-off demand to terminate a contract.

StraightTalk: here I come.

Oh, wait a minute: Sprint will pay me to leave Verizon!

Sprint: here I come!

Nathan A. Busch

The Judiciary, Despots

Posted in Uncategorized on 19, January 2015 by nathanbusch

“The germ of destruction of our nation is in the power of the judiciary, an irresponsible body — working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and a little tomorrow, and advancing its noiseless step like a thief over the field of jurisdiction, until all shall render powerless the checks of one branch over the other and will become as venal and oppressive as the government from which we separated.”

Thomas Jefferson, 1821.

I hope that this helps.

Nathan A. Busch

The Judiciary

Posted in Life in the Country on 19, January 2015 by nathanbusch

The Judiciary was the only bastion we had against the Tyranny of Government.

Our greatest judges understood that they did not create the law: rather, they understood that their only purpose for being was to interpret the language of the law and apply that interpretation to the facts before them. These judges were humble, intelligent, and saw themselves as the servants of the people. They did not believe themselves to be above the law; they did not see themselves as the authority above others. They understood that their duty, above all else, was to protect the sanctity of the law.

To guarantee our individual liberty and freedom is the only purpose of the law and of our government. The unchecked power to make up the law, to make up the facts, and to rule so as to get the outcome that they desire has corrupted many of those in the Judiciary. Our system has been manipulated so as to keep the corrupted in power, even though power is not the purpose of the Judiciary.

Our Country has changed. Now, the Judiciary has become the Tyrant.

Nathan A. Busch

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