Brainfeed on Syria, World War, Consciousness, and Global Slavery
BrainFeed on Syria, world war, consciousness, and global slavery
It’s August 31th, 2013. There has been much talk over the last few weeks about the threat of a United Nations or NATO intervention in Syria following reports that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own population — killing hundreds. And as a result, today, people around the world are marching against a potential war in Syria. I’m not going to pretend I know all the information about this conflict or the affect an intervention may have on geopolitical relations. Rather, I simply want to speak about a few points I believe are important to understand in relation to global conflict and our role in it.
First, we need to understand that our country is no longer our own. For some time now our country has been owned and operated by corporate and banking elites. Many names have been used to refer to these elites (i.e. the Illuminati, the Bansters, the Masons, the Satanists, the Aliens, etc) but for now let’s just call them the “globalists”. Controlling revolutions by funding both sides of a conflict is a textbook strategy used by the globalists to achieve their various goals, and their goals are almost always in their own best interest rather than the interest of the general population. Escalating the conflict is usually followed by a propaganda campaign that brands a military intervention as the only MORAL option.
But what we CANNOT FORGET is that these so called “leaders” have NO MORALS — their long list of crimes proves this point. Furthermore, it’s quite obvious that these psychopaths (and they are psychopaths) care only about monetary and political power. Therefore, it is delusional to think that any sort of positive change or moral behaviour can come from the actions of these negative entities. History shows us this over and over again.
For example, there are homeless and hungry children, some starving to death, all across the world including the countries within the UN and NATO. Officially, a war on poverty has been declared by the UN for many decades with still no solution in sight; yet our “leaders” have led us to believe that we have the economic resources to wage war in other countries. The freedoms found in our own country have been diminishing for many years, along with our justice, yet we are led to believe that our nation is capable of bringing freedom and justice to foreign nations. This is delusional thinking.
Now please ask yourself these questions: Do you live in a free and just country? Does your country have children or elderly unwillingly living in poverty? Does your country attempt to police other countries with the use of violent force? Does your country respect your privacy? Does your country continue to limit your freedoms and free will over your own body? Does your country blatantly ignore the wishes of its own people over and over again? Does your country follow agendas created by an outside, secretive force without the consent of its citizens?
See it’s simple: if we want our country to truly make a positive impact on a specific nation (or the entire world) then perhaps we should first make our country a shining example of a free and just nation? Lead by example. If we show other nations in conflict how wonderful a free and just country is then maybe a natural change will occur. But to do this first the individuals, you and I, must learn how to live free and just.
I do not believe that our society is at a level of consciousness yet, to which we can even contemplate, let alone carry out the most moral and just solution to the Syrian conflict or any other conflict plaguing our world. There is a lot of work to be done individually, as a local community and then as a nation before we should believe we have the right to bomb another nation, another government… someone else’s home.
I’m starting to see our world like a global stage show. The globalists keep us mesmerized with their expensive and technologically advanced “smokes and mirrors”. And many of us are simply audience members of the show but maybe we need to work on becoming the actors and directors.
I don’t know all the answers but I do know the importance of asking questions. Questions like: Why are we giving our power to authority figures, allowing them to play games with our lives? Why are so many human beings living in poverty and struggling to stay alive when there is an abundance of money and resource on our planet? Why are we letting the media dictate to us what we should or should not believe and demonize anything outside the mainstream narrative? Why are we allowing this global system of slavery to even exist?
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