I’m not talking about my body, I’m talking about “The Body,” Jesse The Body Ventura. There have been and will continue to be people throughout history who make contributions for the betterment of humanity. Without a doubt, there’s a long list of good things Ventura has done, but one in particular stands out with great importance.
I’m not sure if it was during Ventura’s show, Conspiracy Theory, or sometime before, but it was Ventura’s prodding that brought him into conflict with the government he fought for and served.
They were calling him a traitor, and basically, an enemy of the state for digging into the 911 case. His response was a stand for his first amendment rights. He argued that it was not un-American to ask questions, voice his opinions, or present the truth.
What Ventura uncovered, or found out firsthand like so many have before and after him, was the conflict between the deep state and shadow governments that seem to operate outside the rules and constitution of this great nation, and citizens who become curious when news story narratives don’t make sense.
His point was that putting his head down and ignoring issues that don’t make sense isn’t what being an American Citizen is all about. He reiterated the fact that our government was created by and for us, and our elected officials are voted into office to serve us.
It was a great point and one that should not be forgotten, but built upon. And that brings me to the point of this article. The contributions that people made throughout history shouldn’t be buried or forgotten. If it’s true that we only have one life to live, then what we do with our lives is important. If one dedicates his years to correcting an issue that began long before his time, someone needs to grab onto that progress, those seeds, and grow them.