I left my heart in Miami

I left my heart in Miami after the invasion of Iraq in 2003 leaving first for Costa Rica, then Brazil. It seemed ignorant of military history to begin another crusade into Babylon (region) and I felt it hypocritical of myself to voice my opinion, as a Canuck living in Florida, to oppose so strongly the bad idea of invading Iraq, yet remain living there in comfort.

It broke my heart to leave Miami as a war dissenter but I did.

Now we know the fraud of WMD’s and have been able to asses the damages to the minds of U.S. soldiers and the loss of good will towards America from the world. Lady liberty lost her lustre and now the people are experiencing the great awakening and learning about the disastrous plans of the Neo-conservatives with their failed theory of the new American century.

For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.

Luke 8:17

Deep State bad actors have now been exposed as they attempt to divide America using the Racism tactic. My life in Miami proved to me that racism is just a term used by the media to incite activists and cause divide. South Florida is fabulous for it’s fusion of cultures, if you’re racist you won’t like it because it’s a total melting pot and cultural cross roads.

Truth is that America loves it’s diversity, look at professional sports those athletes have zero racism and they are a reflection of their sports fans who again have zero racism, AND they represent a perfect example of the exact same attitude across the country.

I always personally feel (or felt, pre-covid) that America embraces it’s ethnic diversity, celebrates it and promotes it globally. Who doesn’t love the influence that African and Latin American’s have endowed us with. Our complete love of foreign cultures we have willingly adopted, has made us better and better.

Another good example is Las Vegas, just look around whatever venue you please and notice the interaction among the guests and try to identify racism, you can’t because it’s not there. It doesn’t exist in the workforce either, especially law enforcement, there’s total integration the same as in sports.

In the real world people coalesce as social friends that share common interest but I will admit that African-American’s do have a tighter natural bond and I often think that they enjoy many benefits and advantages in their brotherhood, however I’ve never felt ostracized or hated but sometimes I knew I was best moving on.

My life path has had me in every major U.S. city and I lived in Miami for 12 years. When considering people I never make assumptions, or generalizations about any one person based on their ethnicity.

My experience with Black people in Central, South and North America has been totally positive, and to this day I am blessed to have many as friends, some very close life-long friends. Our souls are the same

I Left My Heart In San Francisco

Tony Bennett

The loveliness of Paris
Seems somehow sadly gay
The glory that was Rome
Is of another day
I’ve been terribly alone and forgotten in Manhattan
And I’m coming home to my city by the bay

I left my heart in San Francisco
High on a hill, it calls to me
To be where little cable cars
Climb halfway to the stars!
And the morning fog will chill the air

My love waits there (my love waits there) in San Francisco
Above the blue and windy sea
When I come home to you, San Francisco,
Your golden sun will shine for me!I left my heart in San Francisco
High on a hill, it calls to me
To be where little cable cars
Climb halfway to the stars!
And the morning fog will chill the air

I don’t care

My love waits there in San Francisco
Above the blue and windy sea
When I come

When I come home to you, San Francisco,
Your golden sun will shine for me!

YeahSource: MusixmatchSongwriters: D. Cross / G. CoryI Left My Heart In San Francisco lyrics ¬© Colgems-emi Music Inc., Editorial Mexicana De Musica Int. S.a. (emmi), Emi Music Publishing France, Colgems Emi Music Inc, Colgems-emi Music Inc

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