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Self Defense can look like Murder
By: Lone Heron

Having experienced parricide personally I can tell you – it is a situation of
self defense and even though the events of parricide commonly happen when
the parents are not expecting it and the courts deem them guilty because the
threat was not “imminent” what many don’t seem to understand is when the
events that lead to parricide have been continuing over such a long period of time-
they are imminent! When the nightmare continues to happen and just gets
worse and worse and you know it’s going to happen again that makes it
imminent!

If another country is going to attack us and we know it’s coming it’s ok in
military maneuvers to get the jump and attack first but it’s not ok in a
home where you have grown up under a parent who rules the home like a Nazi
concentration camp? It’s not ok to be in a state of shell shock; that’s the WWI term
for post traumatic stress disorder and fight for your life syndrome. This condition has been
filed under many names throughout history. It is nothing new, but it will never be less awful.

We want to believe that the only one’s who have experienced this are those
who have gone to war- it is impossible for outsiders, even friends and family
to see what truly goes on in parricide situations, just like it took forever
to see what the Nazis were doing. People: you weren’t there, you are not
God, you don’t know and you will never truly understand until you experience
it personally, which I pray you never do but sadly I believe eventually many of
you will because that seems to be what happens to those who pass judgements
on things they don’t know- fate seems to lead them to the experience so they can know.

I personally would absolutely love to see those judges who sentence
parricide children to prison experience one week with my mother as she was
at her peak- I would bet money within one measly week they would start to
think a different way and I wouldn’t give even a year before either the
judge or my mom would be dead.

I will personally challenge anyone who says parricide kids are wrong for
their actions with one question- if you had someone doing things to you like
the Kermodes ( you can read about them in the murder of Jacob,
By: Maryellen Johnson From http://www.pendulumfoundation.com)
do you honestly think you would deserve prison for
saving yourself? I killed my parents when I was 18 in an ultimate act of self defense-
I did not serve a life sentence. – I paid my dues another way you can
read about it – “Inherited Rage” by Lone Heron – Www.amazon.com

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Pre-Emptive Strikes: Fine in War; Anathema for Abused Kids
Written By: Lone Heron
Edited: Maryellen Johnson http://www.pendulumfoundation.com

Having Experienced parricide personally I can tell you it is a situation of self defense. Even though the events of parricide commonly happen when the parents are not expecting it and the courts deem the battered child guilty because the threat was not “imminent,” what people don’t understand is when thebevents that lead to parricide have been continuing over such a long period- they are imminent! When the nightmare continues to happen and it just gets worse and worse and you know it’s going to happen again that makes it imminent!

If another country is going to attack us and we know it’s coming -it’s ok in military maneuvers to get the jump and attack first. That’s called a pre-emptive strike. Okay, so why then is a “pre-emptive strike” not ok in a home where you have grown up under a parent who rules the home as if it were a Nazi concentration camp? Why is not ok to be in a state of shell shock – that’s the WWI term for post traumatic stress disorder — and fight for your life?

We want to believe that the only ones who have experienced PTSD are those who have gone to war. Well, there are many kinds of war and many different battlefields, including those upon which helpless children must fight upon every hour of every day. It is impossible for outsiders, even friends and family, to see what truly goes on in parricide situations — just as it took many years to understand what the Nazis were actually doing.

People: you weren’t there, you are not God, you don’t know and you will never truly understand until you experience it.
I pray you will never have to go through what Jacob and I and millions of others have endured, but sadly I believe many of you will.
I’ve learned that those who pass judgment about things of which they know nothing generally learn, to their regret (or enlightenment.)
Fate/ karma/God/whatever seems to lead each of us to difficult experiences so that we can learn.

I personally would absolutely love to see those prosecutors who prosecute and judges who sentence parricide children to prison experience one week with my mother when she was at her peak. I would bet money within one measly week they would start to think a different way and I wouldn’t give even a year before either the prosecutor or judge or my mom would be dead.

I challenge anyone who says parricide kids are wrong for their actions with one question: If you had someone doing things to you like Jacob’s parents and other sick people do – do you honestly think you would deserve prison for saving yourself? I killed my parents when I was 18 for the same reasons- I did not go to jail – I paid my dues another way.

You can read about it in my book “Inherited Rage” by Lone Heron – Www.amazon.com
learn more about this subject at http://www.pendulumfoundation.com

The Gamble of Life

By: lone Heron

Life is a gamble- that’s pretty much it really. There are no guarantees- despite the fact we form guidelines and rules, we conceive ideas, make suggestions and give warnings. Despite all of that things still happen that we think we must do something about and yet nothing gets done.
Too often in these situations desperation and hopelessness set in and often grow into anger and rage.

Desperation will lead to acts of violence and terror-
These acts that scream for something to be done generally end with nothing being done except in extreme cases a period of incarceration that sometimes leads to a lifetime.

Incarceration does not work and yet as a society we persist in creating an illusion of safety, hiding and protecting ourselves from violence on one hand while we fertilize it with the other, while we turn blind eyes to our personal involvement of creation it grows like mold in the corner.
I offer my own passage through life as an example
You can read about it- “Inherited Rage” can be found at amazon.com

My story contains many eerie similarities to Jacob Ind’s and too many others like him but with a twist. You can learn more about Jacob at http://www.pendulumfoundation.com His story can be found under “Mary Ellen;s blogs”. Like Jacob, and so many others, my crimes of self defense stemmed from a desperation & fear that grew from a series of events that were slowly killing me. My survival instincts overpowered my fear like an airbag exploding over the driver of a car in an accident.

The same thing happens to soldiers who find themselves in life or death situations in combat as well as the loving mother who’s helpless infant is in danger. It is a natural component of the human system. We were designed to try to survive at all costs. The desire to live has been programmed into the very essence of our soul and will drive us to do things with little or no rational thought.
I believe that is because in situations of fear and desperation there is no room for rational thought.

In educational systems throughout our society we are not taught to think- we are taught to do as we are told. We are judged by the actions we take in that same mode of doing, which is simply REACTIONARY! But rarely are we taught how to react- we are shown examples of what others have done and then told not to do it like that.

Society snobs will pay gold to keep out the “evil”, but they won’t lift a finger to stop it. They will create it in the privacy of their homes and release it on the world while denying they ever knew anything about it. Society will punish the creations and reward the creators by helping them punish there creations by turning a blind eye.

Yes that’s what happens when you give a juvenile a life sentence you turn a blind eye. You safely put the “derelict” away in an overpriced prison so you can pretend to be safe while you go about creating another disaster because you won’t stand up and fight what you know is wrong- heaven forbid anybody get a smudge of dirty emotions on there fingers much less real dirt.

No our citizens do not think about the consequences of the trash they create- trash that fills landfills and prisons alike- ironically most trash is filled with treasure that is quite valuable if someone would have just done a little good citizen repair. Instead they continue to create while citing everyone but themselves as the problem.

What will happen when those we have judged and incarcerated accumulate to be more than we can take care of? It’s just another gamble that we take to create the illusion of safety we unrealistically crave. Another gamble that may help us avoid the chores we have created. Another gamble to avoid work and keep our hands clean while the cesspool deepens at our ankles. When will we realize we are all guilty for the creation of the criminal?
Until we each take individual responsibility for ourselves as well as our neighbors nothing will change. The thought itself leads to desperation- and we wonder why we have issues with violence in our societies. In our homes. In our lives.