How Faith, Family, and Freedom Can Defeat EVIL

Vladimir Putin, the Communist leader of Russia, launched an unprovoked full-scale assault on Ukraine. American leaders have called him “unhinged” and “mentally unstable” as his Army continues to kill innocent people while destroying the cities and infrastructure of Ukraine. Putin became even more enraged as his war met with stiff resistance, and he threatened to use nuclear weapons. Putin, like Hitler, is an extremely dangerous man to freedom-loving countries. Putin has turned his own obsessive, evil anger against a whole nation.

Spiritual ignorance is the issue! When the power of the human spirit is understood, we will stop EVIL behavior.

Notice the angry people who blame and victimize others for their problems. Ego-centered individuals often lack empathy, compassion, and self-awareness. They can become “unhinged” as they burn, loot, and shoot innocent people. They take no responsibility for their behavior because they lack self-motivation and seek power over others. They never learned how to stay spiritually centered, which can keep everyone safe and healthy.

Bully, ego-driven men, and women seek unsuspecting victims. 

On a smaller scale, we see the same controlling behavior in Cult Leaders, such as Rev. Jim Jones, who held dictatorial control over his followers. When he felt threatened by an American Congressman, he ordered 900 followers to commit suicide. Other dangerous American cult leaders include Charles Manson, David Koresh, and Warren Jeffs.

Be aware of ego-centered people.

On a one-on-one scale, bully men and women seek vulnerable people to control. They mentally, physically, or sexually abuse their victims. If their partner tries to leave an abusive relationship, murder can follow. Today men target children on the internet to groom young girls and boys into drugs, porn, and sex trafficking.

Americans need to be spiritually self-aware to stop evil behavior.

History calls American men in World War II the greatest generation! Americans focused on faith, family, and freedom at that time, as they won world peace within four years. Today, we see the same courage, character, and a love of freedom from the people in Ukraine.

A call to action!

In the U.S, 10 million children are growing up in abusive families. Some of these children will be tomorrow’s leaders. Will youth be able to identify potential leaders who seek power and control? What guiding principles will families teach? Will children listen to their instincts and intuition to help develop courage, character, and a self-protective conscience? That will be up to today’s adults to decide!


Stephanie L. Mann
Stephanie L. Mann
Stephanie Mann co-authored, Alternative to Fear: Guidelines to Safer Neighborhoods,” which helped launch the national “Neighborhood Watch” Program. Within 2 1/2 years, involved residents in her community (17,500 residents) decreased crime 48%, WITHOUT a local police department. Mann worked as a community leader, neighborhood organizer, county coordinator, state consultant and authored, “Safe Homes, Safe Neighborhoods: Stopping Crime Where You Live” (Nolo Press 1993) In 2010, while working in Richmond CA, with “Mother’s Against Senseless Killings,” Mann saw people too scared to be involved or report crimes. She wrote, “The Adopt-A-Block Guidebook,” with an easy-to-follow guide for existing groups and “My first steps to a safe neighborhood” for citizens. These booklets give individuals and groups the tools to reach out and bring people together to help each other. Stephanie started a homeless men’s support group while working with “The Mary Ann Wright Foundation” in Oakland CA. She recognized the need to support children at an early age and wrote, “Street Safe Kids: 10 Step Guide for Teens and Adults” (which has been used in after-school programs) to help youth grow strong from within to develop self-esteem and stay centered. Book available on The Safe Kids Now National website states, “Every child needs a healthy family and neighborhood to stay safe.” In partnership with the CARR Foundation, a binder, “Safe Neighborhoods: Access to a Healthy Community,” was created for city leaders to make neighborhoods safer for families and neighborhoods. Stephanie’s books strengthen families and can decrease the social isolation that fuels bullies, domestic violence, abuse, drugs, gangs, and other destructive behaviors.”

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