Donations

I want everyone reading this to stop and picture if you will for a moment what mid-April looks like in the US. Bills have come due and utilities get cut off while everyone is still tucked away in their homes trying to get a handle on the virus situation. This happens because not many can get to work and that little one-time government check of $1200 wasn’t enough to cover the cost of living in America. Panic and anger take over and people here and there start snapping. We’re talking the beginning of civil disobedience as desperation starts prompting people to take matters into their own hands for survival. Now picture if you will what May looks like as more and more people start openly breaking quarantine measures, the virus starts getting worse as the number of infected starts to skyrocket in the face of people’s defiance and looting and other small skirmishes start breaking out. By June places like New York start looking like the images, we all saw in Hong Kong during the protests in 2019.

Times like now are nothing any of us alive today have ever experienced, and honestly, I have no confidence in our leadership in seeing their answer to this crisis. Many states were waiting for the order to come from the federal government and it never came, so the states started taking their own measures to head the problem off while everyone in Washington was trying to figure out what pet projects they could exploit the immediate need for aid to the people to get through and a package was made that many would argue is completely out of touch with the needs of the citizens in this time of crisis. It was with this in mind that I started a petition through Change.org which I will link below. It’s clear to me now that the best option for the people is to look out for each other because we can’t trust our leaders to have our interest at heart. Throughout this entire ordeal, there have been things that could have been done that would have already set the minds of the people at ease for the weeks ahead and I fear that if something is not done to effectively do just that, we could be looking at genuine riots in a time when that would be the last thing we need.

We are facing an unprecedented crisis with the global COVID-19 pandemic. Many of our states are on lockdown in an effort to stop the spread of the disease, preventing many of our citizens from being able to work and support their families. In this time while Congress is fighting to reach an agreement for some manner of an economic stimulus package to alleviate the stress on the people, we are faced with the question of what happens when we can’t pay our bills. With the current state of panic, the American public is in I strongly urge Congress or the President to immediately make any disconnect of any utility illegal during this state of emergency in order to prevent any chaos that may ensue as a direct result to having utilities disconnected when many are powerless to do anything thing about it as we try to pull together in a concentrated effort to protect our nation. The people are doing their part, we need our government to put aside whatever ideological differences they may have so that they can do theirs. Infuse the utility companies as necessary to allow them to continue to operate during this time, but prevent them from being able to disconnect any service to any citizen during this crisis.

Urge Congress To Make Utility Disconnect Illegal Across The Board During Emergency.

Dear Readers,

Welcome. Please allow me to introduce myself, I’m Angela, the webmaster/manager of TheUnspokenEthic.com and owner of DesignbyWildflower.com web designs. Now, with introductions out of the way please allow me to have a moment of your time.

As some of you may already be aware of what it takes for the upkeep of a website/blog and to keep it working properly each year, many are not. For those of you who are not aware allow me to shed some light. Some of the expenses include but are not limited too; Servers, bandwidth, maintenance, security (both for the site and you as the reader) and the continuing and ongoing development to bring you the very best in blog entertainment and keeping you safe while you visit.

With that said, I will get to my point. Today I would like to ask you to please consider buying us a coffee via a small donation of $3, $5 or $10. Whatever you can afford will go to help sustain The Unspoken Ethic through out the 2016 year. Remember No donation is too small.

Hesitant of buying a coffee for or donating to a blog? I get it, But just think of it as a great investment in your future entertainment, hopefully for many years to come! And best part about it, is that it will give you that warm, fuzzy feeling deep inside that you get when you do something really cool ;0)

Donations can be made via the button on the sidebar of this blog or by money order via snail mail (please email us at coffee@theunspokenethic.com). Thank you for allowing me a moment of your time.

Sincerely,
Angela Petty
The Unspoken Ethic Webmaster/Manager