A Statistic You Should Know

Each year, Americans mourn the loss of over 2000 people, yet since the 9/11 Attacks, we’ve also lost over 8000 elders each year to suicide. WHy? Because of elder guardianship, elder care mistakes and the horrors of the courts. I contemplated suicide for a time, but realized if I did, it would have only given the perpetrators of this crime a reason to institutionalize their grandchildren. Unfortunately, the President doesn’t care and turned a blind eye to all this carnage, 8000 plus elders die each year since the 9/11 incident. That’s 54 times more people that died in the attacks themselves. And that is a statistic you should know. I got this from a FaceBook post on Families Against Court Embezzlement Unethical Standards. YOu guys should check out the group at http://www.faceus.org and like and share what you see here. The statistics are unfavorable for elders and disabled people in bondage, and I will not be disrespected when my remains are stored the way 30 others were stored, in a locker unit. Ashes and remains should be in storage at a funeral home, so take note of this. Disabled people suffer untold abuse and murder by their families, yet nobody keeps an eye on that. Shelters are not set up to prevent murder while a disabled person is long suffering under the hands of guardians who feel they are a burden. Meanwhile, you have 8000 plus people killing themselves because of a judge or judges who don’t give a damn. A country must take care of her least defensive or most vulnerable citizens, validate them as people, and make sure they don’t get drugged heavily and institutionalized and thrown in jail because they want to live their lives. IF I can’t live my life, I could end up like the 8000 plus who hang themselves, overdose on medications, etc because nobody will help or take note of what abuse I’m in. Nobody powerful even gives a damn, and it’s not anything I did at all. Our current government has to deal with Russian meddling in the election, even aided by Trump and his son in law. Rich people think they can buy the country, but they can’t buy the lives of 8000 plus elders and disabled people forced to live under guardianship for the rest of their lives. 8000 plus is too many people dying not to take notice, but turning a blind eye is dangerous for our people.

Author: denverqueen

My name is Beth. I'm blind from birth and enjoy the blogging atmosphere. I am a creative person, a musician, a writer, etc. This is me. Take it or leave it.

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