Suzy Kassem's Political Party


MY POLITICAL STANCE
American

I am not red or blue. I am red, white and blue. Those are the same colors in my body (my heart, blood and veins). I am only human, and the human race is the only race in which I am an active participant - mind, body and soul.

I am not for the left or the right, but for what is right over the wrong. I am not an elephant or a donkey, but a lion that stands only with Truth and my conscience.

I never blindly roamed with a team just for the sake of social labeling or fitting in. I was never part of a particular group, scene or tribe. I was friends with everybody. My best friend in high school was prom queen, yet I was voted the biggest nonconformist of my senior class. I've lived all over the country, but my roots, views and attitude are very Midwestern. I was born in the Heartland, where there exists a true melting pot of religions, classes and cultures. Nobody cares what you are or where you came from. Friend circles are usually very mixed - typically by style of music. Seriously. Before Starbucks, there was the Record Xchange, the mall and your local Denny's. Even if you were punk rock or a hippie, there was never ever any talk about politics - only MUSIC.

As I watch the world pass me by, I wonder where all the excitement about music went and how we allowed that conversation to get quickly swallowed up by politics. And when I look at the political arena, the choices and our voices  - I seriously wonder  (sadly and gravely) where the hell Truth went. And if it disappeared with our common sense, then why aren't we doing anything to get them back?

I see the whole political system as a useless maze designed to confuse the public. There's nothing really moving on Capitol Hill 90 percent of the year, except for a bunch of staff assistants covering for their bosses who are out on golf courses or gallivanting with their mistresses.

The political score from four scores ago doesn't matter to anyone anymore. So why are we still keeping a tally of all the scores? If we are not applying the lessons to be gained from yesterday's history to address the problems of today - then why does any of it matter? Does Babe Ruth's baseball score from 1917 matter to us today? No. Does it matter that Gandhi bickered with his wife, or that Lincoln got into a brawl over Sally at a bar? No. Then why do tribal matches that happened thousands of years ago still mean so much to us today? To keep us from moving forward? To remind us of our racial differences and indifference? To revive tribal bitterness? And what father or God would want his children to keep a record of every argument they have ever had with each other - if there is nothing positive - only harm - to be gained by constantly reminding them? Would a wise man steer his followers to hold onto past hurts - or to squeeze them for every drop of wisdom that could be gained from them - then release them? Isn't forgiveness a holy virtue? And if so, then why do we insist on keeping historical records of resentment? Is the Creator an advocate of love or hate? And if love, then why are we still pushing so much hatred? What is there ever to be gained from vocalizing hatred? Only MORE hatred. Who wants that? And why?

If we are not registering bad events in history to learn from them, then why are we even still registering them at all? Is it really an outlandish ideal to want a peaceful and prosperous nation, ruled only by compassion, truth and justice? As of now, there is no peace, no truth, no prosperity, no compassion - and NO COMMON SENSE. Since when did the words human and inhumane share the same meaning? Think, people. I am only asking you to THINK.

When will we collectively see together that the history of the world played no role in preventing negative events similar to those of the past from ever happening again in this lifetime? Everything just keeps senselessly repeating itself. That is because, as humans, we forget too quickly. Our forgetfulness is our species' greatest fault. Our negligence to tap into accessible existing knowledge to prevent new disasters from recurring is unforgiving. We are too arrogant, too proud and too lazy to adapt old ideas that may have worked, let alone invent some new ones.

Yet most importantly, the greatest obstacle to our evolution is that WE ARE TOO DIVIDED.

United we stand. Divided we fall. Isn't that right? Yet how fast we have forgotten.

There should no be teams to divide a nation. There should be no such thing as "Them' vs. Us' - only 'WE'. The only interests that should be discussed in Washington are those that serve the best interests of the entire country. So why is there a blue team and a red one? What does it really mean to be conservative or liberal? And if you are conservative, does that mean you will blindly agree with every leader and issue brought forth by your team? And does it mean you only serve and support the upper class even if you are low class? How does that work in your favor exactly? I understand why professionals raking in heavy figures a year would hail the Republican slant for tax reasons, but why would a young unemployed kid from Jersey with an interest in acrobatics give a damn?

Is being a Republican really about touting "wholesome" conservative values? Or a particular income strata? And when you say you are 'conservative', what are you really 'conserving'?

And what does it mean to be a Democrat? To be half of an aristocrat? Or to be half free? Or does it mean you are more liberal? To do or think what exactly?

As for me, I never understood what it meant to be a Democrat or Republican. I'm fully American and agree on some issues presented by both - but not all of them. So why do I have to pick a side? Nobody can say they agree with every single issue proposed by any team unless they lack the ability to think for themselves. To me, both parties are the same. A method to distract and divide a nation from using common sense and logic. I would want a leader to represent every fraction of the country as one united SUM. To make the country stronger not weaker. One thing I know for certain, is to never choose a leader who needs their speeches written for them. If they cannot communicate to the public with their own heart, then they are not a true leader.

At the end of the day, I do not care how many Democrats or Republicans are in office. What I do care about is whether our leader is truly serving THE PEOPLE or only his/her own pockets. Is our leader in tune with the concerns and needs of the man on the street - or only issues concerning private interests? Is this leader uniting or dividing the country? Milking or contributing to it? Building and preserving it -- or bringing it all down?

A good leader lays seeds to grow trees of peace. A bad leader lays down bricks to build walls of ignorance. Always choose the peacemaker, not the divider. The one who unites and strengthens a country, not divides and cripples it. A leader that will build bridges, not walls.

To do things right, we need to UNITE black and white, red and blue, blue and white - all stars and stripes. We need to either apply all the lessons from the past - or get rid of all the stories and START AGAIN. We are moving towards a rainbow world. Our children are intermixing and so are our colors. You can keep your religions and traditions, but always stand with what is good for the greater good of ALL as a united neighborhood instead of a segregated team. This is what America needs. This is what the world needs. Our unity. In our schools, neighborhoods, communities, state offices and economic equations. Choosing to stand with the right wing or left wing, or this group or that group, is only going to keep this country divided and grounded. In the end, all human needs are the same and they will never change. So what is there to fight about? Let's hit restart and unite. Flip the script and start again. To make America truly great again, it must be united. Every bird needs two wings to fly. Any nation torn at the wings will never soar the skies. So we can all start here. The only political party anyone should be an active part of is the one called concerned.

I call for all religions, cultures, countries, crews, parties and peacemakers to unite for the sake of building a peaceful, united global village for future generations. It starts TODAY. If we stay divided, we will only remain crippled - and will fall. It is time for everyone to see there is more for us to GAIN through unity and love than hatred and division. Get wise and unite. This is the only way. We need to start fresh with a truly united perspective.
 

Suzy Kassem

In summary:

REPUBLICAN: = PINOCCHIO (an ass with big ears)
DEMOCRAT = DUMBO (an elephant with big ears)

*Illustrations by Walt Disney.☺

A Message to All Actors and Agents

Just returned from Dubai. We continue the 29th.

A TALE OF TWO NIGHTCLUBS

A Tale of 2 Nightclubs
A Tale of Two Nightclubs

 First there was the Rat Pack. 
Then the Brat Pack. 
And now, the Cool Cats.

Coming November 2018

Casting (Phase 2) A TALE OF TWO NIGHTCLUBS Written & Directed by Suzy Kassem


14 MORE ROLES!


www.twonightclubs.com


A film for Generation X by Generation X 
 Dedicated to JOHN HUGHES

DIANA
19 to 40 years old, puts Cha-Cha DiGregorio to shame. Wherever she walks, the streets part. Vain is her middle name.

CARLOS
24 to 40 years old, Prankster gangster with a thing for dirty dancers.

FISH
18 to 40 years old, Always on Shakedown Street. Always looking for a miracle. Only his mom calls him 'Roger'.

FABRICE
21 to 40 years old, French sociopath with a cocaine habit larger than his bank account. Must speak fluent French. Seeking actor with good comedic timing and wide emotional range.

BARRY
30 to 60 years old, Rasta bredda with dreadlocks. A fiyah man - with eyes the color of apricots. Seen?

LILY
18 to 40 years old, Asian beauty with a childlike voice. When she smiles, her eyes light up like a carousel of candles. She's every young male's dream.

IRIS
18 to 40 years old, Super deep, sulky eyes. Long brown hair with a pinch of purple. Kim Gordon is her hero. Anytime you need to know what's poppin' on any night, you go ask Iris.

SHERMAN
18 to 40 years old, Freestyle rapper.

B-BOYS and B-GIRLS
18 to 40 years old, Stylized dancers of all kinds (poppin', boogin',
wavin', lockin', breakin', jazz - your own style - but no fakin').

MISTER DEEJAY
25 to 50 years old, Marvin Gaye on the wax. Lives his life collecting and selling plastic.

SATOSHI MATSUZAWA
18 to 40 years old, a Japanese Curtis Mayfield.

RUDE MIKE
18 to 40 years old, Skinhead into ska and punk rock. Black as coal. Based on a real friend.

CHECKERS
18 to 40 years old, The living punk rock dictionary. Listens to Madness, Fugazi, Bad Religion, Propagandhi and Consolidated. Is somewhat of an exhibitionist. Claims he's always hot.

ALICE
18 to 35 years old, a go-go dancer with nowhere to go. Good at math.



Been casting since 9/18/16 for a 2002 script called A TALE OF TWO NIGHTCLUBS.
THIS IS THE REAL PROJECT.
This story is my story...and these are my friends.

Welcome to the family.



"First there was the rat pack. Then the Brat Pack. And now, the Cool Cats. We are the anarchists your parents warned you about." 
- Suzy Kassem, A TALE OF TWO NIGHTCLUBS

                                                                                                                     TM

A film for Generation X by Generation X 
 Dedicated to JOHN HUGHES

Links only: CASTING@SOLANGEFILMS.COM 
www.twonightclubs.com

Copyright 2002-2017, A Tale of Two Nightclubs, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Wonderland



WONDERLAND

It is a person's unquenchable thirst for wonder
That sets them on their initial quest for truth.
The more doors you open, the smaller you become.
The more places you see and the more people you meet,
The greater your curiosity grows.
The greater your curiosity, the more you will wander.
The more you wander, the greater the wonder.
The more you quench your thirst for wonder,
The more you drink from the cup of life.
The more you see and experience, the closer to truth you become.
The more languages you learn, the more truths you can unravel.
And the more countries you travel, the greater your understanding.
And the greater your understanding, the less you see differences.
And the more knowledge you gain, the wider your perspective,
And the wider your perspective, the lesser your ignorance.
Hence, the more wisdom you gain, the smaller you feel.
And the smaller you feel, the greater you become.
The more you see, the more you love --
The more you love, the less walls you see.
The more doors you are willing to open,
The less close-minded you will be.
The more open-minded you are,
The more open your heart.
And the more open your heart,
The more you will be able to 
Send and receive --
Truth and TRUE
Unconditional
LOVE.


Suzy Kassem

Like Sun and Moon


PART SUN AND MOON

Everybody has a little bit of the sun and moon in them. 
Everybody has a little bit of man, woman, and animal in them. 
Darks and lights in them. 
Everyone is part of a connected cosmic system. 
Part earth and sea, wind and fire, with some salt and dust swimming in them. 
We have a universe within ourselves which mimics the universe outside. 
None of us are just black or white, or never wrong and always right. 
No one. 
No one exists without polarities. 
Everybody has good and bad forces 
 Working with them, against them, and within them.


Suzy Kassem

Just Another Three


 THREE BASIC TRUTHS

Three things have a limited threshold:
Time, pain, and death.
While truth, love, and knowledge –
Are boundless.
Three things are needed
For humanity to co-exist:
Truth, peace and basic needs.
Everything else -
Is irrelevant.

Suzy Kassem

Awakening

We awaken by asking the right questions. We awaken when we see knowledge being spread that goes against our own personal experiences. We awaken when we see popular opinion being wrong but accepted as being right, and what is right being pushed as being wrong. We awaken by seeking answers in corners that are not popular. And we awaken by turning on the light inside when everything outside feels dark.-- Suzy Kassem

Immune from Time

The dead are immune from our prison of Time. The distance between the living and dead may be vast, but the space of Time the dead experience when they are reunited with their loved ones is only paper-thin. -- Suzy Kassem

Empathy Nurtures Wisdom

Empathy nurtures wisdom. Apathy cultivates ignorance. -- Suzy Kassem

Allow Your Hearts to be Driven by Principle


Allow your hearts to be driven by principle, not bias. Love, not hate. Unity, not division. The fire of your dreams, not the rain of your sorrows. -- Suzy Kassem

Women are Sacred


A woman's body is a sacred temple. A work of art and a life-giving vessel. And once she becomes a mother, her body serves as a medicine cabinet for her infant. From her milk she can nourish and heal her own child from a variety of ailments. And though women come in a wide assortment as vast as the many different types of flowers and birds, she is to reflect divinity in her essence, care and wisdom. God created a woman's heart to be a river of love, not to become a killing machine. -- Suzy Kassem

Man and Woman


 MAN AND WOMAN

Man is like a desert without the rain of a woman.
Nothing can be born and grown without her nourishment.
She is a life-giving river that gives and loves without holding anything back.
And without her water, man would walk around aimlessly,
feeling incomplete and hollow like an empty well.
The longer he roams, the deeper the hole within his soul expands,
growing bigger and bigger like a barren tree whose branches resemble the cracks on hard, dry soil. 
And he shall continue to feel incomplete and malnourished,
until – he encounters a godly woman, to show him life
and quench his thirst.

Suzy Kassem

The Awakening of the Conscience

In the last 10 years, we have seen a rise in selfishness: selfies, self-absorbed people, superficiality, self-degradation, apathy, and self-destruction. So I challenge all of you to take initiative to change this programming. Instead of celebrating the ego, let's flip the script and celebrate the heart. Let's put the ego and celebrity culture to sleep, and awaken the conscience. This is the battle we must all fight together to win back our humanity. To save our future and our children. -- Suzy Kassem

God is in All of Us

I was a dreamy kid, the kind that carried conversations in my mind all the time. And sometimes, I would be gone for lengthy spurts of time -- at the dinner table or on a family outing. It didn't matter if my mother was yelling at me to snap out of it, I would be so intensely deep in thought that nobody could ever reach me.

My habit didn't disappear in elementary school or college. In fact, it only got worse. Teachers would call out my name in class to answer a question, but I would be floating on a cloud talking to God.  Now I don't know if the person I would regularly would converse with was truly the Creator, or just an imaginary friend to escape my boredom. But I do know, that sometimes I run into words by other writers, and I can tell just from the construction of their phrases and wording, and even the vibrations surrounding their letters, that they too have been speaking to my special friend.

You see, somewhere deep within the universe is a cosmic heart that pours knowledge to those with questions. And to communicate with it, you simply have to tap into your own heart. Yet there is a catch. You cannot be sleeping. You have to be wide awake. And your heart cannot be heavy. It must be as light as a feather. And your questions cannot carry any shades of darkness, they must be as childlike as a curious and receptive student of Truth. And the answers, can be interpreted in many different ways -- depending on how much truth you have in you.

Suzy Kassem

Destiny is Manifested Only Through Action.

Destiny is manifested only through action. You cannot be the captain of your own destiny, only the sailor, because we cannot control external influences that may alter the stability or direction of our ships. Once you understand this basic principle, you won't be so hard on yourself when things don't go your way. If man could write his own fate, he would have designed his journey to be without obstacles. Yet all obstacles come with valuable lessons designed just for you and only you. Suffering is imposed on us time and again so that one day we would become brave wise masters. Faith keeps our ships moving, while empathy and the memories of our experiences guide us to wisdom. -- Suzy Kassem

You cannot move things by not moving. -- Suzy Kassem

Truth Will Rise with Time

Be very careful when you judge another human being. Do not measure anybody strictly based on the bad you see in them and ignore all the good. Be wary of any man who intentionally ignores another man's record of deeds or work history simply to impose their own agenda. Such a man's judgment lacks merit and should be disregarded immediately. Without a conscience, there is no truth in them. -- Suzy Kassem

People Reject What They Do Not Understand

 People reject what they do not understand because it makes them feel small. They would rather believe in some other reality, even if it is only an illusion, so long as it makes them feel bigger. -- Suzy Kassem

Images Are Deceiving




If the devil decided to run for President, do you think he/she would put on their horns and wicked grin, or a suit with an angelic smile? If the wicked witch stayed green and ugly, would she have been able to give Snow White a poisoned apple? And if the Big Bad Wolf had not disguised himself as an old granny, would he have been able to lure Little Red Riding Hood into the house to eat her? And if a drug dealer wanted to seduce some school kids to get on his drugs, would he act like a greedy businessman — or a caring friend? Salt and sugar look exactly the same but taste very different. -- Suzy Kassem

How to Change the World



To really change the world, we have to help people change the way they see things. Global betterment is a mental process, not one that requires huge sums of money or a high level of authority. Change has to be psychological. So if you want to see real change, stay persistent in educating humanity on how similar we all are than different. Don't only strive to be the change you want to see in the world, but also help all those around you see the world through commonalities of the heart so that they would want to change with you. This is how humanity will evolve to become better. This is how you can change the world. The language of the heart is mankind's main common language. -- Suzy Kassem

We will never know peace in the world without balance. And we will never know balance without justice for all. Yet justice exists only where there is fairness and equality, when every man is treated and viewed equally. No equality, no justice. No justice, no peace. -- Suzy Kassem

We must all work in harmony with each other to stand up for what is right, to speak up for what is fair, and to always voice any corrections so that the ignorant become informed and justice is never ignored. Every time a person allows an act of ignorance to happen, they delay our progress for true change. Every person, molecule and thing matters. We become responsible for the actions of others the instant we become conscious of what they are doing wrong and fail to remind them of what is right.”
-- Suzy Kassem

When we continue to hate, we continue to lose. When we amplify mutual respect and love, we have a lot to gain. Quite simply, there is more for us to gain through love than hate. -- Suzy Kassem

To become a true global citizen, one must abandon all notions of 'otherness' and instead embrace 'togetherness'. The world is no longer white, black, yellow and brown. Through love, tribes have been intermixing colors to reveal a new rainbow world. And as more time passes, this racial and cultural blending will make it harder for humans to side with one race, nation or religion over another. Therefore, practical wisdom should be used to abandon any cultural, social, religious, tribal, and national beliefs of alterity altogether. This is the only way mankind will truly evolve. Segregation is a word of the past. Unity is the key to a peaceful future. -- Suzy Kassem



























Censorship is Alive and Well in America


Censorship exists to block criticism and protect corruption. -- Suzy Kassem

A leader should always be open to criticism, not silencing dissent. Any leader who does not tolerate criticism from the public is afraid of their dirty hands to be revealed under heavy light. And such a leader is dangerous, because they only feel secure in the darkness. Only a leader who is free from corruption welcomes scrutiny; for scrutiny allows a good leader to be an even greater leader. -- Suzy Kassem



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"The most dangerous people in the world are not the tiny minority instigating evil acts, but those who do the acts for them. For example, when the British invaded India, many Indians accepted to work for the British to kill off Indians who resisted their occupation. So in other words, many Indians were hired to kill other Indians on behalf of the enemy for a paycheck. Today, we have mercenaries in Africa, corporate armies from the western world, and unemployed men throughout the Middle East killing their own people - and people of other nations - for a paycheck. To act without a conscience, but for a paycheck, makes anyone a dangerous animal. The devil would be powerless if he couldn't entice people to do his work. So as long as money continues to seduce the hungry, the hopeless, the broken, the greedy, and the needy, there will always be war between brothers."
Suzy Kassem

"The internet has become a carefully controlled and heavily monitored illusion. It has turned into both a circus and battleground. Popularity is rigged and can be bought. Censorship is in full effect. Popular opinion is fabricated, and the perception of a viewpoint's popularity is typically orchestrated and manipulated by legions of paid trolls. If you want to know the truth about somebody's true popularity and influence, look to the streets. If you want to know if a person is really guilty or innocent, study the facts yourself. Never judge anybody based on what you see or read on the internet. Information can easily be manipulated by the push of a few buttons.”
Suzy Kassem 

You can control the visibility of my name and writings, but you cannot control the frequency at which people are quoting me around the world.  
Suzy Kassem