MODNEX INTEL/KATSURA WORLDWIDE . . .
. . . "DIVISION OF PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN AFFAIRS" AND "DIVISION OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE & HUMAN SEXUALITY" . . . AND "DIVISION OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW & SOCIETY" . . .
. . . REPORTS . . . IN A "POWER NEWS ALERT" . . .
. . . THAT . . . "GOKATSURA2016" . . . POTENTIAL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FOR 2016 . . . "KEN KATSURA" . . . EARLIER TODAY . . . FIELDED QUESTIONS ABOUT HIS VIEWS ON "ADULT ENTERTAINMENT" . . . AND "WOMEN'S RIGHTS" . . .
I pose the question, "Are the things males see in combat, perhaps, true "obscenity" vs. porn?" If there is true exploitation, it's about even between the two genders. I believe that both are, at times, necessary and part of our basic makeup. Both genders should have sovereignty over their bodies, of course to the point where they are not being overtly and seriously injurious to themselves or others. I believe that, constitutionally, we shouldn't use the legislative process at any level of government to make religion into law and then impose such laws upon others who do not share the same beliefs.
I have noted the conservatives . . . attempting to rationalize such a strategy . . . of imposing their religious law upon others who do not share their religious beliefs. I strongly oppose this, as it is unconstitutional. While they maintain that they have a right to do this because our constitutional forefathers were Christians and that the Constitution states that we all recieve our inalienable rights from a Christian God, I point out that . . . the Constitution's forefathers were far from legitimate 'practicing Christians' . . . some Unitarians . . . hardly supporting the conservative claim that the Christian conservatives have the inalienable right to make and interpret laws over others . . . who do not share their religious beliefs . . .
I look forward to the days when our children and our grandchildren . . . and we, as mature adults . . . can celebrate the holidays . . . as an amazing period of learning, sharing, growing, and giving . . . of ourselves . . . public schools brimmering with educational celebrations of holiday cultures from a diversity of perspectives . . . even including the thought provoking, positive perspectives (from their standpoint) and insights of those who do not believe in religion nor holidays . . . and 'why' . . . supported by those who disagree with them . . .
. . . this, overall, is the celebration of . . . 'maturity' and 'civility' and 'personal growth' . . . and the triumph of the human spirit . . . and of human advancement . . . a nation and world experienced and seen through the realm of positive achievement and three-dimensional depth . . . real life . . . not merely one of black and white and flat perspective . . . combined with hopeless and cynical laughter . . . The nation's people . . . want more than the leadership of cynicism, surrender and 'laughing down' . . . The nation's people . . . want leadership which is ready to . . . 'power up' . . . the nation's people want to, again, anticipate, with each new dawn . . . the amazing day ahead of them . . .
As the nation moves forward, I am acutely aware that it is being racially, ethnically and religiously diversified more and more as time marches onward . . . and subsequently, we need to focus on better leadership which encourages . . . not special interest groups or special interest group mindset . . . or ethnic/religious 'soft cleansing' mindsets . . . but, rather encourage communities and businesses across the nation . . . to diversify . . .
The problem with the past 18 years in the U.S. is that leadership was very poor on this subject . . . preaching tolerance . . . while encouraging . . . distancing . . . and ignorance . . . by supporting exclusionary practices in hiring . . . leaving America's workforce . . . inexperienced and unsophisticated with a lack of broad horizons, socially, . . . double standard oriented, unable to learn to get along with others since they have no incentive, and, frankly . . . ignorant.
As President of the United States . . . I pledge to reverse the course of ignorance and double standards . . . that our nation has subjected itself to . . . over the past 18 years . . . to produce an American workforce and management . . . which is strong, passionate about personal and organizational growth and the broadening of their social skills, here, within our own nation, and not just the broadening of social skills on a specialized basis with those abroad and from abroad . . .
I believe that Americans . . . need to socially mature . . . socially broaden their horizons . . . in order for America to maintain its standing as a world leader . . . demonstrating functionalism and social capability . . . not only with those abroad . . . but demonstrating that we can also functionally lead the world as a role model for domestic leadership, as well . . .
America, I say verily unto you . . . over the past 18 years . . . our policies and practices . . . relative to such important matters . . . has collapsed unto itself . . . retreated from maturity and personal growth . . . into the dark recesses of . . . social componentization . . . and social alienation . . . causing social collapse, denial, blame and dysfunction . . . . . . this must change. America must rise to the level of . . . graciously respecting the boundaries of others . . . while appreciating our lifestyle differences . . . and find and remain . . . on the common ground of a much larger picture . . . which must always be maintained and functionally advanced . . . as our nation moves forward . . . towards the goal of a shared national admiration . . . for each other . . . "