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Tangled webs and minions

Sylvia Shawcross

Um…Is anybody else out there starting to feel sorry for the globalists?

Even though perhaps I’m being overly optimistic in thinking the globalists are losing the battle for absolute control and there might be a future we can live with?

I’m just starting to feel very sad for these poor bastard globalists. It’s almost as if We the People must gently take them by the hands and sit them down and explain that we understand they thought they were doing the best thing for us all but that they’re coming across as warmongers, divisive hypocrites, patriarchal dictators, confused fools, horrific diplomats, avaricious predators, mostly rich old white men at the very top, and elitist psychopaths living in a cultish bubble world.

Or they are pawns to the banksters who really messed us all up in the first place. I’m not saying that is what they are, but certainly they’re coming across very frequently as not nice people.

We don’t want them to feel such shame really. Can we save them I wonder? We must take care of them. They know not what they do—paving the road to hell with good intentions or should we say publicly announced good intentions?

They might be evil but to be fair, they might also be paragons of virtue but that seems quite unlikely given the misery going on right now across the planet.

For example, it would help if Mr. Gates now the largest private owner of farmland in the USA would actually grow some crops on the fields he’s invested in… you know… to feed the about-to-be starving people who owned the land in the first place.

Or, if they have a reason for all that, they could maybe explain it to us. You know—We the People major part of the equation. (And actually, while they’re at it, maybe they can explain why they’re driving off the Dutch farmers to build a Supercity on the lowlands that apparently due to climate change will all be under water soon enough we’ve been told… but that’s an entirely different thing…)

I think those familiar with the problem/reaction/solution way of doing things (where the solution is offered up by those that created the problem to serve their own ends) need to realize that perhaps the solution has already happened.

We were just looking at and waiting for the wrong thing. We thought We the People would be offered the solution but it was them: The leaders were misled into solutions from even bigger globalists. We are just the inconvenient herds that they in turn feel the need to manage and mislead.

They were the ones who fell for the orchestrated solutions. That’s why we must help them. If we don’t help them then the biggest globalists of all will take over the whole world in one big controlled dystopia. Or so it seems. It is almost as if as the biggest of the globalists is seriously happy to see all this lack of faith in our governments. They need it to be that way. And so it is.

Yes, we understand the world is a mess and they had to do something. And they probably didn’t know what to do. But the problem is, bureaucrats and leaders and technocrats and bankers are the ones “least” likely to understand how to fix it.

They could have asked us—the ones living in the real world without the guaranteed salaries and benefits and stuff. People like the truckers of Canada and the Farmers of Denmark and the taxi-drivers and the hairdressers and the town elders of every place everywhere. The ones that actually keep the world running. But no….

Seems like there are two types of people involved with the globalist leaders. The first type wants power and prestige and glory and money at the end of the day. They may want to believe they are visionaries and saviours but in truth, how can they be either when they basically are causing so much suffering around the world ?

They may be such things but to selected groups. Certainly not the majority at this point. They certainly claim they’re not responsible for all this but then why is it so coincidental that every catastrophe seems to fit into their agenda starting even before the war on terrorism? It would be extraordinarily Machiavellian of them to suggest that the ends justify the means in all these cases. If you can AT ALL care about the human condition.

The second type are the little guys where we find the desolate boring lives of little bureaucrats and minions doing little bureaucratic miniony things mostly in little cubicles working on little computers with little fingers, changing history without reference to the big picture because they are in the world of “little” after all.

Some of them I mean. Not all of course. But if we’re going to feel sorry for anyone, these are the ones that deserve our pity the most.

They REALLY do not know what they do. They’re just following orders after all believing they’re following good guys. Believing they are serving the Greater Good without understanding who defines the Greater Good.

Then we have The LGBTQ community. First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics, Social Justice warriors, Environmentalists, Vegans, you name it. All believing their utopia is on the way. And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.

But will they survive the big global agenda they are all ultimately if not unwittingly working for?

Sadly they won’t be able to understand that agenda because they’re “specialized” in their victimhood. All victims are unable to see the forest for the trees. And being a victim means there are bad guys out there creating the suffering and all those bad guys are different for different groups. This is why the big agenda is so impossible to see.

Surviving what’s possibly coming on the way to their utopia makes all these distinctions irrelevant and figuring that out is the scary part. It is scary because people’s good intentions were weaponized to this global end and few figured it out.

All these groups were divided from each other. Deliberately. This is so when things get really bad, the groups will fight each other over who the bad guys are. They’ll possibly have to have competitions. Is it the ones who hate women? Or the ones who hate men? Or the one’s who hate meat? Or the unvaccinated?

Or…maybe it is the ones who have the “other” skin colour or the wrong religion or the wrong political party or live in the wrong country or are poor or rich or working class or like margarine instead of butter? It won’t be pretty nevertheless, no matter who might win.

We are all apparently puttering about on the same planet no matter what you might be or believe—for thousands of years of civilization. And when things are taken too far and too fast and to extremes, everybody loses. Gains won over time can disappear in a flash. And all those with well-intended but deliberately separate agendas will not find their utopia.

This is why We the People need to help our leaders. If we want a better world.

Now, back to these bureaucratic minions— they have been doing all this for 20 years already because believe it or not, all this chaos took some planning by the global elites. These minions believe they are not responsible. No more so than the people who kept detailed lists of Nazi concentration camp victims. It was about being efficient after all.

And isn’t the chaos we sell now all about being efficient? Smart phones and Building Back Better and Smart cities and Sustainable things all geared towards that goal? Global IDs and facial recognition systems to keep track of us all. All tidy, safe, predictable and efficient.

For the leaders to manage us all.

But I believe they are living in a delusion. Life is not tidy. It’s very messy actually. And much more so lately.

We need to bring our leaders back to appreciate the real world in all its messiness where beauty and love and sloppy mistakes create all that room for humanity’s best creative moments. Maybe its worst as well, but also its best: Love and compassion for the “other” instead of hatred and targeting of the “other” for what they truly believe; the best form of the worst forms of all governments in the hope of democracy (not the ugly way it has been transformed into ridiculous regime-change wars or being corporately sponsored into meaninglessness); negotiating for peace and understanding; freedom—these being some of our greatest achievements and the reason why we need to help our leaders escape the cult. They seem unable to understand these basic things now.

It wasn’t until they got involved with the global agenda (with mass-media enablement) that we were led to question much of what we achieved and ended up all divided. We The People really are the victims. En masse. Our one commonality.

What can we do? The only solution is to bus in the cult deprogrammers. Eventually our leaders will return to reality. They will be able to live without these wild agendas and be happy. It just takes time and expertise. Anybody got an idea who we can hire?

Here is a song that came across my feed and I have no idea what the hell or who the hell they are but its an earworm for the day because there is absurdity in this life. Life is life. That’s what it is. (And I really can’t say enough about the powder blue pantsuit.)

And here is a quote supplied by wardropper who quotes Rudolf Steiner: “A time will come when the truth will be more a question of experience than of ‘proof’ “.

Syl Shawcross lives in the province of Quebec in Canada.

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Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Jan 16, 2023 4:37 AM

You cant help narcissists. Help an alcoholic and see where it gets you more times than not.

You help people that admit they want help. thats a good place to start from.

The majority of these so called leaders – and they truly are nothing of the sort because they never accomplished anything. The look up to corrupt psychopaths like Mr.Gates and they see Jesus.

I for one have no time to waste helping degenerates like this. Their existence is our burden so lets not make it worse than it needs to be.

The world has always been messed up as you describe it, nothing much has changed in that department. If anything we have more hope today , we just need to stop looking up to these morons and their dying entities and move forward with the real agendas we are presented everyday that in todays world can be harnessed to improve it.

Leave these peasants to their mess that they have created and that they can live in.

Intelligence must rule. It ain’t for the faint of heart.

Thomas Frey
Thomas Frey
Jan 15, 2023 9:25 PM

I think this article is committing the seminal sin of war, by underestimating the enemy, and what they can, and will do, to get their way.

The only help they deserve from We the People, is a short walk, to a short rope, so that they can go on permanent vacation, pushing up daisies.

dan
dan
Jan 19, 2023 12:21 PM
Reply to  Thomas Frey

These parasites are the descendants of the old Empire and its slave owners. They believe it is their divine right to rule over us. I for one will not look at these scum as anything else.. ever.

sandy
sandy
Jan 14, 2023 7:14 PM

Do you “need a leader”? Or are you your own leader? A parent is a leader for a child. But when the child becomes adult, is that human not the leader of himself and the parent’s role as guardian & policemen retired? If so, why then do adults adopt the pose of children, and appoint new “parents” to tell them what to do, what to expect and to OBEY? THE PROBLEM imho is we adults need to respect each other as equals and begin working together to decide, to make policy & budget and be parents to the sociopath ricos who believe they can be our fearless “leaders”.

We “hire” a fellow human when we need a job done we do not have time or skill to do ourselves. We “hire” experts in special circumstances to help us succeed in our health. legal, science, education, engineering, construction or design objectives. They consult with us and we jointly decide, the expert does their job and is compensated for their services, and the relationship is terminated. This makes sense to anyone.

When it comes to “governing” though, why is all the above common sense thrown out the window? Why in this one area, do we remain children to self ordained parents? No contract, no guarantees, no consent, no freedom to terminate or freely decide for oneself what they have established for themselves as a paradigm that allows them to dictate Humanity’s future?

When Humanity can see each other as fully evolved adults that can work together without the Achilles Heel “leaders” parenting, we get out of this mess and EVOLve.

Human values
Human values
Jan 14, 2023 10:28 PM
Reply to  sandy

There’s one big problem with your fantasy: not all human beings are adults. Yet, all human beings are human beings, from the day they were born to the day they die.

Human beings are free and equal.

sandy
sandy
Jan 15, 2023 4:49 AM
Reply to  Human values

Fantasy? But 80% of human beings are adults and that is Human society on Earth. Human beings are not treated equal and that’s what we’re trying to fix here. So, what’s your point?

Human values
Human values
Jan 15, 2023 7:24 PM
Reply to  sandy

You can’t fix inequality with inequality. Problems are never solved with the mindset that creates problems.

When you, in your fantasy society, exclude from that society all human beings because of their bodies, age of their body, which is not what a human is, you create inequality. Don’t you remember yourself as a child? Were you a different person because of how your body looked? Or was there a Human Being inside you, or something called soul, free spirit? I remember myself when I was two or three. I remember my thoughts, ideas, inner dialogue, asking questions, getting answers, communicating with the spirit. I thought it was just my thoughts. I knew I was a human being. I knew I was an individual. I knew I belonged to humanity.

All human beings are born free and equal.

All human beings belong in society. Society means all human beings. The state, on the other hand, is a different matter. The state is always at war with society. The state divides society into different groups that are treated differently, governed differently, unequally. That’s why there is no equality. Equality only exists where it exists. In inequality, there is obviously no equality.

In your fantasy society, children (whatever you mean by that) are excluded from society. They are not free and equal. Adults are their leaders. Children must follow. Children are not considered as members of society, or of humanity. You created an unequal society in your imagination and thought it fixes the problem. Weren’t you yourself a child before you became an adult? At what age did that happen? Where do you draw the line? And who decides in your fantasy society what the age of freedom is? How is that decision made?

If children were born without human rights, as slaves, as property and subjects of adults, and they were treated as slaves until a certain age, how would those beings, those loyal subjects who were taught to follow and obey their leaders, ever be free suddenly at the age of something?

When you imagine a society of leaders and followers, those who lead and those who obey them, those who have rights and those who have not, you imagine inequality. You are in the mindset of historical slavery.

Sandy
Sandy
Jan 15, 2023 9:59 PM
Reply to  Human values

I clearly said the ruling elite act in a parental mode and treat everyone under their rule as child. as person under the control of an adult. You misread everything.

Human values
Human values
Jan 15, 2023 11:45 PM
Reply to  Sandy

It’s possible that I misunderstood something, sorry about that. So, how will you be the parent/leader ”to the sociopathic ricos”? How do you know who is them? What shall you do to them?

It’s impossible for me to understand that parents would be leaders. They are not. I certainly wasn’t raised that way.

I also don’t see leaders, that is those who say they are such as doing parenting. They are like the opposite of parents, and quite often the opposite of sanity. How will you treat insanity in people? How will the adults in your imagination fix things so that equality is the result?

sandy
sandy
Jan 16, 2023 1:09 AM
Reply to  Human values

The answers to your questions are decipherable from what i wrote but I would recommend reading about how anarchists self-organize without leaders. Traditional families are composed of children guided, guarded and supervised until they can become self-sufficient. Then they self-organize with other adults how they want to mutually benefit and cooperate so that the social needs of all are met. They/we can mutually decide this without a parent or “leader” making decisions for us or telling us what to do. Everyone does a different job in their collective contributions. They perform function, not command with authority. It’s very simple but a little study of how it is done is required.

I recommend reading the fiction book “Ecotopia” by Ernest Callenbach 1975 for a simulation of how a partial implementation would feel like as opposed to our existing system of autonomous tyrants making decisions for their 1% class profits.

Human values
Human values
Jan 17, 2023 12:46 AM
Reply to  sandy

So instead of simply answering my questions, I’m supposed to study a vast array of anarchist thought and theories?

I don’t see how anyone here is self-sufficient.  

sandy
sandy
Jan 17, 2023 1:04 AM
Reply to  Human values

“I don’t see how anyone here is self-sufficient.” 

Anyone where?

Human values
Human values
Jan 17, 2023 2:02 AM
Reply to  sandy

Here on this planet Earth.

The idea of self-sufficient people is what’s wrong with the current situation, and the same ideas won’t fix anything.

sandy
sandy
Jan 17, 2023 6:43 AM
Reply to  Human values

40% of Americans lived on self-sufficient farms in 1900. 90% in 1800. So you don’t believe the US could be a self-sufficient country getting by without imports? Every country can be self-sufficient if all countries worked together to help each other be so. You’re so negative.

Human values
Human values
Jan 17, 2023 11:59 AM
Reply to  sandy

They weren’t self-sufficient. Their people were imported, their slaves were imported, their tools were imported, and everything they ever had was because other people and other generations had made them.

If you think the wild west was such a great place, the state governed by slave-owners, you are just re-inventing state instead of society, slavery instead of freedom and unjustness instead of what’s right.

Imagining things doesn’t make them so.

sandy
sandy
Jan 17, 2023 8:26 PM
Reply to  Human values

You are living in a fantasy world of your own creation so deep and far from reality, history or truth that only you can grab a hold of some real knowledge and pull yourself up out of the hole you are keeping yourself in.

As a simple example, my wife’s family during the Depression had a self-sufficient farm. They were able eat well, and maintain the farm and shared resources with other neighbor farms as they did not rely on an employer, be an employer, the State, or were they susceptible to the machinations of capitalist profiteers that had taken down the economy with their shenanigans.

In these exchanges with you I find you have zero accurate knowledge of the facts of history and need to go to a Public Library somewhere and get yourself educated.

Human values
Human values
Jan 18, 2023 1:10 PM
Reply to  sandy

I am not arguing anything about history per se. My argument is with logic.

And definitions of words are important in logic, so that we know what we are talking about. Your use of words is not logical. Society is a whole different thing than State, and they both are different from Country, and whatever is meant by Nation, it is not any of the aforementioned.

You speak of an American perspective, very narrow-mindedly. If you think the USA was anarchisticly self-organized a hundred or two hundred years ago, then you don’t know your history. The history of some landowners is not the history of the people. The history of the slave-owners is not the history of the people. The history of the warlords is not the history of the people. But what is the history of the people?

Anarchists like Goldman and Berkman wrote eloquently about American history. Beautiful books, you should read them. They were deported from the USA in 1919.

Landowners always thrive during war times. The same thing in other countries, that’s just the way war goes. Wars are fought for grabbing land into the hands of some people.

Those who do not own land, parts of this beautiful planet, are excluded from using resources of the land, by those who own. But what is property? Property is theft.

Those who are excluded from using the resources of the land by those who own the land will die because of hunger, especially during war. So who kills them?

You seem so accepting towards the American system, the beast system, that I find it very difficult to see what kind of anarchist organization would be like that. Do you by ”anarchist” mean ”libertarian”? I’m not American, so excuse my logic.

The first thing I pointed out to you was the children are people too. That whatever age a human being has, he or she is still a human being. And that taking away that humanbeingness because of matters of the body (like age), is wrong.

So, do you still illogically insist the Human society is adults only, which is not just untrue but also wrong. Ethically.

When logic is refuted, reason is denied. If reason is denied, unreasonableness is what is. When there’s unreasonableness, wrong things happen. All kinds of wrong things.

So I’m saying here, the idea of a self-made man who has so much property that he thinks he doesn’t need others is the source of our problems. To become such oneself doesn’t solve anything. 

No man ever made himself. No man is his body.

Property is stolen. Thieves don’t have any right to whatever they stole. Property rights are wrong.  

Berlin Beerman
Berlin Beerman
Jan 16, 2023 4:43 AM
Reply to  Human values

Human beings need to first and forest act like human beings. Being free and equal has nothing to do with it.

The issue is what do you want to do about it when another of your fellow human beings decides to take away your equality and freedom by pretending they care about your minority issues ?

In a real world you fight that bastard till they feel the humanity of it all.

Lulu
Lulu
Jan 15, 2023 2:53 AM
Reply to  sandy

Outstanding comment! Clearly and simply articulated.

The fact you (rightly!) don’t view THEM as leaders (hence your use of quotation marks) and don’t use the misnomer ‘elites’ shows that you are among the few among us that truly comprehends sovereignty/freedom.

Coincidentally (?) only yesterday, I viewed a documentary by Mark Passio about the Science of Natural Law. After the rather gimmicky/overly dramatic first few minutes, every statement resonated with me, and your comment, Sandy, aligns perfectly…

As does a wonderful piece written by Larken Rose some months ago, about the root of unquestioning compliance and mind enslavement being an undeserved respect for (illegitimate) ‘Authority’.
It seems to me that our Collective Consciousness is finally opening up to the truth of this!

sandy
sandy
Jan 15, 2023 4:51 AM
Reply to  Lulu

Absolutely. The illusions cast by the ruling order back ever worsening conditions they cannot fix because they have no skin in the game of life. They live off us and we’ve had enough. No more. Forward to freedom!

Sunface Jack
Sunface Jack
Jan 24, 2023 9:20 AM
Reply to  Lulu

The book was/is The Most Dangerous Superstition

mgeo
mgeo
Jan 16, 2023 6:41 AM
Reply to  sandy

In representative democracy, the winning party leader calls the shots across government including legislature and judiciary. He works for the oliagrchy. Any disputes are for show or attempts to usurp power.

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 6:47 PM

“Um…Is anybody else out there starting to feel sorry for the globalists?”

lol, well I’m not.

nmism
nmism
Jan 14, 2023 9:04 PM
Reply to  John Pretty

Irony much?

MattC
MattC
Jan 14, 2023 5:24 PM

The so called “elite” will soon be gathering in Davos. What precautions have they taken to avoid an nasty bio chemical outbreak at their expensive venue?

None I hope.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Jan 14, 2023 6:33 PM
Reply to  MattC

I know they hired 5,000 troops. What screams “I KNOW WE’RE DOING SOMETHING WRONG” than hiring 5,000 troops?

https://www.planet-today.com/2023/01/wef-require-5000-troops-to-protect-them.html

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jan 14, 2023 4:28 PM

(In a letter to Étienne Noël Damilaville, May 16, 1767)

“I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: Oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous. And God granted it.”

François-Marie Arouet
– Voltaire –
(November 21, 1694 – May 30, 1778)

GaryW
GaryW
Jan 14, 2023 3:52 PM

I quite agree with the author on this point. The complete fracturing of any possibility of unity and organized opposition to oligarchy – through the growth and “official endorsement” of the “woke” identity-based movements – seems a rather obvious smoking gun I would say. When all of Academia, all the Corporate world, all the NGO’s, all the MSM, and all institutional structures of the West – from governments down to the now “woke” CIA – all parrot and sing the same “reality-free” irrational song – one can be sure one is being gaslighted and propagandized – no matter the “good intents” of the individual “identity-based movements” involved. The once growing global resistance to the crumbling Neo-liberal shit-show that still existed only a few years back has been replaced by once traditional allies instead locked in fierce combat. To offer but one example – now it is no longer enough for me to “support Trans rights” – I must truly “believe” that the biological male compete with penis, gonads and beard – now given legal access to the women’s locker room, the women’s rape shelter and the women’s domestic violence shelter – is “really a woman” – or I’m labelled a “bigoted Trans-phobe.” Today for a woman to want to claim “safe spaces” away from biological men, or simply to acknowledge that “sex” exists – earns them open threats of rape, assault and even murder – and gets them labelled a – “TERF” – no matter where they fall on the actual political spectrum. If this nonsense didn’t originate in the bowels of Langley – or at least get “helped along” by CIA access to unlimited money and influence – I’d say that cadre of psychopaths has been sleeping on the job.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 3:11 PM

Reminder to self: Do not participate in “new alt woke right cancel culture”…. whatever that is.

Ananda
Ananda
Jan 14, 2023 7:36 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Your article is, so is the next article along is 101% woke alt right.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 15, 2023 12:28 AM
Reply to  Ananda

I’m going to have to collect all these labels I’m being given to sign my correspondence with.

Ananda
Ananda
Jan 15, 2023 10:13 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Not a label really. it is like a badge of honor for your types.  😀 

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 15, 2023 1:24 PM
Reply to  Ananda

Ananda, I feel sad for you. I’m sorry you are so unhappy as to find a need to label and attack. This doesn’t make the world a better place. I’m not a “type”. I’m me. Someone you obviously don’t know. And I don’t know you. I just wish you well in life. Time will teach you many things. I like your feistiness. Keep on fighting.

entitled2
entitled2
Jan 16, 2023 7:23 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

label and attack.!!

You write articles that do exactly that.

Cyber psychosis…This is what you wrote…..

Then we have The LGBTQ community. First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics, Social Justice warriors, Environmentalists, Vegans, you name it. All believing their utopia is on the way. And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.

But will they survive the big global agenda they are all ultimately if not unwittingly working for?

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 16, 2023 4:10 PM
Reply to  entitled2

How sad I feel with your misinterpretation. Perhaps I didn’t explain it well enough but then people tend to believe what they want to believe. Good luck entitled2. Make the world a better place eh? I’m sure you know how.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 3:10 PM

Reminder to self: Do not eat crickets.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 3:08 PM

Reminder to self: Do not attempt to explain sarcasm or satire.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jan 14, 2023 4:38 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Heh, heh… A quote from a master of satire: >

“Suppose you were an idiot…
And suppose you were a member of Congress…
But I repeat myself.”

– Samuel Langhorne Clemens –
(Mark Twain)
(November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910)

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jan 14, 2023 1:42 PM

Then we have The LGBTQ community. First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics, Social Justice warriors, Environmentalists, Vegans, you name it. All believing their utopia is on the way. And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.

You could have just said, Democrats.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 5:43 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

That need to politicize everything. I think there are black, vegan, and hispanic republicans fighting for their respective utopias as well. I see your point however.

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jan 14, 2023 6:21 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

And the number of crossovers keeps growing which is why Democrats keep inviting foreigners to pour over the southern border illegally where they are scurrying into the brush never to be seen again until election day. They have been pushing for allowing the undocumented to vote for a reason. Not kidding. Undocumented residents getting paid cash under the table who pay zero income tax while getting free healthcare and subsidized housing. Why wouldn’t they vote for a Democrat? Win win while saving the world from climate change in the minds of the left. I wish I was making this up. Embracing the dregs is justified because the world is going to end if they don’t. Sorry. There will never be Utopia on Earth. Ever. Fully aware I am preaching to the choir. I have my leftist haters. Just poking the bear.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 15, 2023 1:32 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Yeah, utopia is a delusion I’m sure. On earth anyway. It is a rather dismal thing to think a major political party is resorting to such tactics. I feel for ya.

Ananda
Ananda
Jan 16, 2023 6:40 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

Waynette is a prime example of Woke alt right..

entitled2
entitled2
Jan 16, 2023 7:24 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

 scurrying into the brush never to be seen again until election day.

LOL

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 15, 2023 9:11 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Vegan Republicans?
That’s the oxymoron of the decade.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jan 14, 2023 6:10 PM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

How do you know all LGBTQ, First Nations, SJWs, Environmentalists, Vegans or Women or Blacks are Democrats? While those groups are bandied about as being all the same, the individuals within them don’t all think the same way. Assuming they do is as bigoted as thinking every white person on earth is a raging bigot simply by being white. Bigotry is bigotry, whatever flavor you want to give it. And bigotry serves the ownership class of course. If even those of us who think we are really awake can’t grasp that by now we’re in even deeper shit than I think we are.

Maybe if we all stopped making assumptions based on nothing (or shit we’ve been taught by a lying media?) about other people we would truly be able to fight those who are taking us down into a hellish dystopia instead of wasting our time fighting those who are basically in the same boat we are? Imagine the possibilities….

Hemlockfen
Hemlockfen
Jan 15, 2023 1:02 PM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

It was a joke, but mostly true. All Alphabet people are Democrats and why wouldn’t they be. Same for environmentalists. As a young environmentalist, I was as hard left as they come, then I grew up and moved to the middle. Woman who want the right to murder children at will: Hard left Democrats. Vegans who think the world is ending because we eat meat: Democrats. Education people at all levels who are teaching American young people that the United States is evil: Democrats. Most poorly educated metropolitan blacks vote for Democrats. But that tide is changing. Same for Hispanics. For enlightenment you should listen Candice Owens once in a while. Since when does pointing out the obvious make one a bigot? That IS the standard argument against anyone who criticizes Democrats, especially white straight men who are pointing out the obvious. We are automatically racist bigots in the eyes of a Democrat. That argument is old and doesn’t work anymore. Speak to the facts and leave race and bigotry out of it. It is standard in the MSM to go crazy when a Democrat plays the race card and they do it all the time because is has been working for eons at selling news, that is. Why is it that newly immigrated non white people do so much better in the United States than nonwhite naturalized Americans? Just asking questions. It is not about skin color. It is about culture. Is that bigoted? Able bodied people that refuse to work is a problem. As the old saying goes, You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. We, as taxpayers, have been willingly paying “people” to fix the problems of “inequality” in the United States for a long time. Where did that money go and why haven’t the programs succeeded? Must be bigotry.

fertility
fertility
Jan 16, 2023 7:59 AM
Reply to  Hemlockfen

First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics,

Most of them wasn’t dumb enough to take the jab.

Trump sure sold out his people and the young dumb koshaconservatives couldn’t wait to take it in the arm.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 14, 2023 1:33 PM

“their agenda starting even before the war on terrorism”.

The agenda arguably goes back to Francis Bacon and ‘The New Atlantis’ but the modern iteration goes back at least to House’s ‘Philip Dru: Administrator’. The main components are no big secret: depopulation, globalism, technocracy, neo-feudalism, new world religion. Some of the details have changed after experimentation or new technological discoveries but the central components remain the same.

They’ve spelt it out in countless works. Try Lord Birkenhead’s 1929 Cosmopolitan (revealing name!) article for one version. It is, as H.G. Wells wrote, ‘The Open Conspiracy’. .

dom irritant
dom irritant
Jan 14, 2023 11:42 AM

blah blah blah

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 1:23 PM
Reply to  dom irritant

what a cogent argument!

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 3:54 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Perhaps it’s an anagram and dom irritant want you to work it out? (I too love word puzzles.)

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 4:44 PM
Reply to  Howard

Halab is a city in Syria. We could go with that maybe.

dom irritant
dom irritant
Jan 14, 2023 6:03 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

no argument intended

nmism
nmism
Jan 14, 2023 9:08 PM
Reply to  dom irritant

Your feeling fed up, time to take a breather.

Eskil
Eskil
Jan 14, 2023 11:28 AM

No way they all know what they are doingand must be held responceable.

semaj
semaj
Jan 14, 2023 5:07 PM
Reply to  Eskil

Struggling to get their last breath as they die from their own diseases, that I would like to see.

Corarden
Corarden
Jan 14, 2023 10:44 AM

I think if you truly believe that it is ‘Globalists’ or ‘Globocap’ or these moronic idiotic cutouts presented daily in your news outlet of choice, and that it is they who are controlling and inflicting this murderous campaign of psychological and physical terror upon the helpless and hapless innocents of this world, then you are sorely sorely mistaken.

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 4:44 PM
Reply to  Corarden

Perhaps that is their version of seeking approval. Which means they are definitely looking up and not down in the social order. Perhaps if we all seek approval from below then things will improve. There I go daydreaming again….cue the John Lennon tune.

Ananda
Ananda
Jan 14, 2023 10:30 AM

Article rating is high. 1.9
This is the new woke alt right type of nonsense being sold on the net as balanced cool hip.
Pigswill comment was locked for being to dangerous- again summing up this new alt woke right cancel culture.
The only solution is to bus in the cult deprogrammers.

WillianHill
WillianHill
Jan 14, 2023 1:41 PM
Reply to  Ananda

 “new woke alt right”

I had just noticed the start of this, you are ahead of me.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:58 PM
Reply to  Ananda

what IS IT with the labelling all the time with everybody? Label move on Label move on. It’s a decidedly cowardly way of avoiding thinking. But then, maybe it is all that people can do these days. They have so little time. Now I have no idea what a new alt woke right cancel culture is. Sounds impressive though. Ty for your opinion.

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 4:47 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Isn’t it something to do with, ‘no, your the conspiracy theorist!’….and therefore I now ignore you.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 4:58 PM
Reply to  Gordon McRae

yeah. that’s the one.

Straight Talk
Straight Talk
Jan 14, 2023 10:20 AM

It appears that inefficiency is the new efficiency. Contrived chaos, creating a phantom speculation bubble hovering over the real economy (that can no longer sustain itself despite the constant QE drip and I say let the financialized zombie thing die already!), the hideous educational curriculum designed to stunt the fullest potential of humankind, the de-industrial war on first world nations, the censorship of speech, etc. proves that a corporate-run world is an uncivilized world because the quest for power has no need for logic, truth or ideology. Corporations are turning the planet into their own image. There are no “good intentions”. This is what capitalist disdain for the labor class looks like – exploitative, dismissive, condescending. The singularity occurred a century ago when corporations assumed our identity with “corporate personhood”.

50 years after Allende at the UN: A Corporate Triumph Named Multistakeholderism

Salvador Allende knew in 1972 that the world nations had better create an international coalition to hold corporations to account before they destroy the world.

As an aside, I found this bit of information that further proves that we should not trust the “experts”. Dr. Kathyrn Edwards, an “expert” in designing vaccine trials, failed to create an efficient study that would rule out the fact that vaccines cause autism.

Top Vaccinologist: Clinical Trials Fail To Support Claim ‘Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism’

Clutching at straws
Clutching at straws
Jan 14, 2023 9:38 AM

Turning the other cheek means you get slapped twice.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 10:22 AM

That’s why we have two cheeks.
You’re not in trouble until the third slap comes. 🙂

Ananda
Ananda
Jan 14, 2023 10:31 AM
Reply to  wardropper

What about bum cheeks dont they count.?

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 6:50 PM

That was the general idea. It didn’t hurt the first time – want to try again?

banana
banana
Jan 14, 2023 8:51 AM

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jan 14, 2023 4:44 PM
Reply to  banana

Damn funny ad staring a damn sad person…

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 14, 2023 7:46 AM

Good morning children. And here is your new word for today:

POLYCRISIS

“We’re in a new ‘polycrisis’ era and the World Economic Forum just warned us what to prepare for

After economists including Dr. Doom and Adam Tooze warned of a ‘polycrisis,’ the World Economic Forum agreed the world is on on the brink of a few catastrophes.

Multiple concurrent economic, political, and ecological shocks are converging to rock the globe in the next decade, and the world is playing catch-up to address them.”

(Fortune)

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 9:07 AM
Reply to  George Mc

how convenient

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 14, 2023 9:47 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

I sometimes think there’s a department purely assigned to inventing neologisms. It goes a step further than Orwell who, in his appendix to 1984, suggested that the removal of words would limit the thought processes of the public. The addition of new words to consolidate the power of the rulers will also be a good weapon.

It’s more effective if the neologism isn’t so much a new word as a new compound e.g. “conspiracy theory”. I count that one as the most successful psy-op ever. Before that newbie such theories would simply be part of general conversation. What could be more obvious than that people in power conspire in secret – and would have greater opportunity to do so? Once you’ve labelled it “conspiracy theory” you’ve, as it were, named the enemy. And then you demonise the new term.

But there’s nothing wrong with “conspiracy theory”. However, the success of the operation can be measured by the fact that even those putting forward the term justifiably seem to feel embarrassed and insist that they are not putting forward a “conspiracy theory”.

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Jan 14, 2023 1:04 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Eradicate the globalists all the crises will mysteriously vanish overnight…

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 6:51 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Parrotts endangered? Not enough plastic bags?

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 6:39 AM

Reminder to self: Do not get into wild arguments on the internet.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 14, 2023 3:32 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

If everyone followed that advice the internet would collapse overnight.

(Oh hang on! I forgot the obvious attraction which involves lots of exercise for willies.)

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 6:55 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Takes one to know one as they say George …

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 5:05 AM

Mixed Up

“Then we have The LGBTQ community. First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics, Social Justice warriors, Environmentalists, Vegans, you name it. All believing their utopia is on the way. And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.”

A mixed up paragraph. What do un natural sexual acts have to do with the people that led fulfilling lives before Columbus ? With the descendants of slaves that were forced to pick cotton and plant tooth rotting sugar ? With the ever diminishing group of people trying to protect the forests and wildlife ?

Equating women and feminists is wrong. There were large numbers of female anti suffragette activists in many parts of the world. Feminists represent the banksters and not women. I see nothing wrong in avoiding meat and dairy. No adult animal in the wild drinks milk.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 6:26 AM

Please see my response to Johnny below. I’m not criticizing or equating. I gave a string of examples off the top of my head. I’m sure you could add even more. I am simply suggesting that single-minded focus on any given thing can obscure the big picture and create divisiveness. Mind you, when you try to point out divisiveness it causes divisiveness so perhaps we ought to simply give up entirely on the human race. Maybe I should just join the WEF and put the planet over people altogether? The planet of course will carry on without us no matter what we do or don’t but people may not. There’s always that. Of course that statement likely will be taken literally. There is no hope for subtlety in this world. Thank you for your response Placenta. It explains things more than you can know.

Lizzyh7
Lizzyh7
Jan 14, 2023 6:19 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Subtlety and nuance are part of the old world, part of the world in which people were capable of thinking about something before rushing to judgement or applying a simplistic label. Destroying that ability is all part of the dumbing down. We no longer use logic, nuance, subtlety, and certainly not critical thinking. Many simply no longer know how to use those things. And by suggesting they should maybe use those things, one is a shill for power, or maybe a lunatic, or whatever other pejorative can be thrown by those who refuse to use them.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 15, 2023 12:32 AM
Reply to  Lizzyh7

Yeah. Always a shock to me though.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 7:29 AM

Straw Men

You left out an important word immediately following the author’s quoted paragraph.
Here is the unredacted copy:

“. . . And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.
But . . . “

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 9:13 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Thank you for noticing wardropper. I find it interesting. Of all that I wrote people are attacking for this small section which tells me people are identifying with their issue or mission to the exclusion of everything else. I think this is not a good thing.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 10:08 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Thank you syl for an interesting article. You do a great job of raising critical issues, while modestly not claiming to do much more than that. You don’t preach, you don’t indulge in dogma, you are entertaining, and there are various ways to interpret quite freely what you write.

But to the point: As you rightly say, sarcasm and satire are becoming extinct 🙁

I have also noticed over recent years how it is a trademark of the dull-witted not to have the faintest idea of what a person is talking about if an analogy is used.
Their ‘OFF’ switch just clicks in, and the conversation is over.

I suppose they do indeed deserve to be pitied for their lack of wider comprehension, although karma will perhaps take care of that in due course…

Since you mention Rudolf Steiner, it’s worth noting that the enormous time-spans involved in his descriptions of karma allow for people to be at very different levels of spiritual development in any given era.
That is bound to be problematic for many people in the foreseeable future.

Incidentally, he was generally against fanatical opposition to vaccines 100 years ago, but what he said back then about the evil purpose behind a specific type of vaccination which would be developed for future young children is truly horrifying.
The source has been linked to on OffG recently, but it’s all googlable.

On recent evidence, we’re clearly getting there, although I am also convinced that for every demon in our midst there is an angel who can nail its tail to the floor.

Generally speaking, our individual development is gradually becoming much more important than our group, or racial, development, and this thing we have learned to call “Life” is always going to be a long haul.

The ‘big picture’ is much bigger than most people think, but it is not beyond our imagination to see a future where we will have learnt to see truth without the help of ‘leaders’. The truth will just be there, staring us in the face, and we will recognize it.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 11:35 AM
Reply to  wardropper

You are a lovely optimist. 🙂

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 6:31 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Well, I have to say there are reasons for my optimism, but not everyone sees them, especially since the ‘long haul’ I mentioned doesnt’ appeal to many people these days . . .

I certainly owe a lot to Steiner, who is always encouraging, even in the face of the most uncomfortable of truths. It takes courage not to wilt in the face of serious self-knowledge in its higher forms, but he outlines what he calls a ‘safe’ path for those who need more than just what the external world offers.
He certainly warns against a ‘drug’, or ‘hypnosis’ path, or anything else which interferes with the full consciousness required for occult study appropriate to our species as it is today. These other ways are downright dangerous and catastrophically destructive to those not properly prepared.

People don’t go for gurus today, and in any case Steiner absolutely refused to be any kind of ‘leader’, but it’s well worth picking a subject and looking in the Steiner archives for what he had to say in his 5,000 lectures.
Have in mind that the publication dates are for the later English translations. He died in 1925 – an astonishing individual and teacher:

https://rsarchive.org/Lectures/

I became hooked after reading a few paragraphs of his, when I realized that many of the thoughts which I had thought were my own private invention – for personal use only – were thoughts that came from philosophical places where he had also been.
Yet he expressed and clarified those thoughts in ways that left me gobsmacked that another person, from another time, could know so much about me and the things that motivated me.

As I said, genuine spiritual development isn’t for everyone today, but it is of course a very ancient thing, and has always run the risk of being perverted by selfish interests – like any other good thing on this planet.

That can’t be helped. Anyway it’s there today for anybody who needs it, whereas it used to be kept hidden for good reasons. The right thing at the wrong time was always one of satan’s favourite tricks . . .

Derek Williams
Derek Williams
Jan 16, 2023 3:14 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Thanks for the link WD – that’s gold.

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 4:00 PM

What do un natural sexual acts have to do with the people that led fulfilling lives before Columbus?

Two things come to mind: 1) what exactly constitutes “un natural sexual acts?” I’m getting lightheaded trying to figure out how one does sex unnaturally.

And 2) how do you know pre-Columbians didn’t also have “un natural sexual acts?”

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 15, 2023 12:35 AM
Reply to  Howard

Now I don’t know why you’re asking this question Howard because somebody might actually answer it and then we’ll all be horrified.

Placental Mammal
Placental Mammal
Jan 15, 2023 9:45 PM
Reply to  Howard

Idiot.Shill.

Placental Mammal
Placental Mammal
Jan 16, 2023 2:08 AM
Reply to  Howard

You obviously routinely take it up your tailpipe. To each his own but surely nature didn’t intend this distasteful act.

Pig Swill
Pig Swill
Jan 14, 2023 3:41 AM

They come across as heavily bribed, heavily blackmailed and heavily echo chambered.

niko
niko
Jan 14, 2023 3:17 AM

Eye of the beholder, and pity a matter of perspective, as to where people think we might be in the march our masters want us on. Here in the land of the free, I’ve not been seeing much resistance where I’m at or further down the road. Not anything publicly commensurate to the techno-fascist revolution rolling out in coordinated coups, calling for comprehensive counter-strategy.

There’s been notable uprisings around the country, and world, only seeming to fade from view in the absence of sustained tradition and movement, and solidarity that goes beyond left-right identity politics. It seems we remain scattered, still vulnerable to totalitarian maneuvers into the Great Reset. 

Already some significant measure of a biosecurity state – covid, climate change, and crimethink all posing as public health threats – seems to keep moving on to establish more centralized agencies like HARPA, negotiate more contracts for the cabal through the WEF and WHO, deploy more genetic engineering and bioweaponry across the spectrum of life, run constant cons (like the concern over gas; cf. KK) to condition us into biodigital convergence, and presume to lecture us like Big Brother for our own good…on and on they roll.

We still need to rise up more to tell ’em in force to fuck off, beyond ranting among online ‘communities’ and ‘social’ networks of virtual ‘reality’ which effectively perpetuate policy of lockdown and isolation. We need to rebuild human community and society from the ground up, and make every effort to stay human in the face of the anti-human agenda coming at us, still.

ThinkTwice
ThinkTwice
Jan 14, 2023 1:49 AM

The Kaufman Institute for Coincidence

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:12 AM
Reply to  ThinkTwice

hahahahahaha

judith
judith
Jan 14, 2023 12:09 PM
Reply to  ThinkTwice

Brilliant.

Paul Vonharnish
Paul Vonharnish
Jan 14, 2023 4:53 PM
Reply to  ThinkTwice

 Really well produced, and damn funny! Thanks.

Joe Van Steenbergen
Joe Van Steenbergen
Jan 14, 2023 1:29 AM

“Or they are pawns to the banksters who really messed us all up in the first place. I’m not saying that is what they are, . . . ” That is exactly what they are, and the last thing we should have for them is pity.

And, as much as it might appear that they have not succeeded with their plans, a short look around the world should tell us that they have not yet, by a long shot, stopped their efforts to enslave us all with CBDCs. Those keep rolling toward us like an out-of-control freight train.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 1:49 AM

My plea for “pity” is an example of how satire and sarcasm are dying certain deaths in this world. Yes Joe I agree they are carrying on like freight trains but i don’t know if they’re out of control or not.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 14, 2023 12:49 AM

Fair go Sylvia, picking on us Vegans again.
Meat rules, and always will, as long as McDeath and its clones exist.
Our family gave up eating animals and animal products because it’s
inhumane. Simple as that.
How about maligning the omnivores for a change?

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 1:47 AM
Reply to  Johnny

I don’t believe I picked on the vegans. It really doesn’t matter what you might be into in this world, if it is fragmented out and obscures the bigger picture then its a problem, imho but then what do I know. I’m happy you’re a vegan. Good for you.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 4:38 AM
Reply to  Johnny

Every morsel of meat requires a bloody beheading.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 6:28 AM

Think of the desperate pleas of crickets

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 10:51 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Vegan’s don’t eat insects.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 11:41 AM

I did not suggest vegans did. I would have thought vegans were for protecting the lives of all creatures.

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 7:02 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Now you know that’s not true. If veganism was taken to its natural conclusion they wouldn’t eat or drink anything.

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 7:01 PM

Vegans don’t get jokes either.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 15, 2023 9:17 AM
Reply to  John Pretty

Here’s a Vegan joke for you.
Q. What do you call a meat eater with a mouth full of animal flesh?
A. A temporary human.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 14, 2023 11:31 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Think of the brute fact that we are creatures of an evolutionary planet-wide ecosystem which long since decreed that the way anything at all gets its life is – directly or indirectly – through the death of other living creatures. It’s just built in to the ecology here.Yes, even amongst photosynthesising green creatures, when you look carefully into their lives. Everything needs deaths of others, to sustain its life.

To people – like me – with feelings of pity-driven angst about that horrible basic imperative of death-dealing to feed one’s own life, it’s painful to witness the fear and distress of all who find themselves in the victim’s role (which means everyone eventually; including the photosynthesisers too; they too dislike being killed…).

But what can you do? Life as lived in this planetary ecosystem insists: There’s no way – not even strict frugivoroua veganism – which can dodge the imperative. We ALL need sentient creatures to die, to support our own lives.

ZenPriest
ZenPriest
Jan 14, 2023 2:44 PM

The all or nothing fallacy. Yes, just by being alive we are going to step on a few bugs, at the very least. But let’s not use that as an argument to stop funding the mass torture and murder of animals, that would be silly.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 3:15 PM

So very well said. Alas. 🙂

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 4:11 PM

Thank you for acknowledging that plants too are living beings – and most likely every bit as sentient as humans (which may not be saying much).

On the old Truthdig blog I used to get into protracted arguments with those who insisted that sentience was a province of the brain – and that therefore plants, having no brain, could not be sentient. Which is like saying only beings with legs are capable of movement.

But what really disturbs me about this no-meat paradigm is that the beings birthed for slaughter may end up fodder for far worse things than being eaten. I reference the documentary “Planet of the Humans”; in particular a segment on fat burning “Green” generators.

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 5:08 PM
Reply to  Howard

I wonder how palm oil feels about being burned in a diesel via RD80 (Renewable diesel) ?

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 7:01 PM

nuttah

Placental Mammal
Placental Mammal
Jan 15, 2023 9:48 PM
Reply to  John Pretty

Cocksucker.

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 7:00 PM
Reply to  Johnny

What like you people do? All the time? If you want to be a vegan – fine. I really couldn’t care less. But stop bragging about it. It’s a choice not a virtue. And leave the rest of us alone. Tx.

Veri Tas
Veri Tas
Jan 14, 2023 12:38 AM

Na, not feeling sorry for this scum. They were so arrogant as to believe they rightly had control over our body. Not happening.

Here’s an interesting perspective of how people can free themselves:

“The Key to Individual Freedom is Individual Power Combined with a Moral Culture Dedicated to Civil Behavior.

Human history was ushered in by an act of disobedience according to the Hebrew and Greek myths. Adam and Eve, living in the Garden of Eden, were part of nature; they were in harmony with it, yet did not transcend it. They were in nature as the fetus is in the womb of the mother. They were human, and at the same time not yet human. All this changed when they disobeyed an order. By breaking the ties with earth and mother, by cutting the umbilical cord, man emerged from a pre-human harmony and was able to take the first step into independence and freedom. The act of disobedience set Adam and Eve free and opened their eyes. They recognized each other as strangers and the world outside them as strange and even hostile. Their act of disobedience broke the primary bond with nature and made them individuals. “Original sin,” far from corrupting man, set him free; it was the beginning of history. Man had to leave the Garden of Eden in order to learn to rely on his own powers and to become fully human.
Man has continued to evolve by acts of disobedience.

http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/07/31/from-adam-and-eve-to-gandhi-erich-fromm-argues-for-disobedience/ 

There are many other thoughts on the benefit of peaceful disobedience, such as the essay On Disobedience by Erich Fromm which I read in my 20s – it spoke to me!

Another good source is Mark Passio’s lengthy online talks on Natural Law.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 1:52 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Veri Tas, thank you kindly for those resources. I’ll add them to my pile. So much to know, so little time.

John Pretty
John Pretty
Jan 14, 2023 7:04 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Sounds painful. They can be treated Syl.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 14, 2023 2:20 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

Another brilliant book by Erich Fromm:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To_Have_or_to_Be%3F
Practical spirituality.

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 4:44 AM
Reply to  Veri Tas

I disagree. Pre agricultural man was relatively free. Each step since then towards “civilisation” has made us less and less independent. The huge success of the convid psyop is proof that the vast majority of modern humans are passive mind controlled slaves that cane be led to their doom by the pied pipers controlled by the central banksters.

Rhisiart Gwilym
Rhisiart Gwilym
Jan 14, 2023 11:57 AM

Exactly, P! Pre-Agrarian-Revolution humankind were in a much better position – overall – than the ‘free’ (hah!) Faustoid humans of today.

Our best hope for genuine freedom is as ecologically-harmless members of Gaia’s planet-wide brood, just enjoying our natural place in the living system – aka the Garden of Eden, as was, and can be again – and fitting into it effortlessly; as we once did.

What we have now absolutely isn’t ‘progress towards freedom’! It’s been one long decline. We need to rid ourselves of the idiot startrekkytechietechie delusion of conquering all of reality with our godlike, magic technologies – which, like the malign pied-pipers that they are, are NEVER going to deliver – and concentrate instead on being good, kindly, actually-useful children of Mam Gaia.

We can get back to the Garden, and cherish it wisely. That’s our best bet for the future. And as the Peak-Everything-driven Long Descent away from hitech industrial civ – now already under weigh – progresses, the opportunity to get ourselves out of Koyaanisqatsi and back into balance presents itself very generously.

And in truth, chances are that we shall be compelled to take that wiser path, because no other actually-practicable path is really available to us from here on in.

Johnny
Johnny
Jan 14, 2023 12:36 AM
Cristiano Maragrande
Cristiano Maragrande
Jan 13, 2023 11:48 PM

the globalists are losing the battle

Jessica Schab said it was definitely over for them. She said we are going to do it and that she want’s you to see and feel that coz what is coming for us is a very bright future. No doubt they are arrogant in their pursuit of a lost cause but don’t let that fool you. They are nothing more than irrelevant at this point if not long forgotten.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 2:34 AM

You have to answer the question of wishful thinking here.
Why are the media still showing video of people wearing masks all over the world?
Why are we constantly bombarded with chaotic ‘news’ reports which don’t even make sense?
I don’t know anybody in my wider family group who has obviously ‘woken up’ and can now see ‘the truth’. So how is it ‘over’ for them…?

Why not just make a few notes before starting on a video, so that the message comes across as structured and logical, which it must do?

Finally, cute as those kittens are (and I love cats), they have no place in a serious protest against the atrocity being committed against us as we speak.
Our ‘spiritual self’ needs focus perhaps even more than our everyday self does. This is important.

That said, I rather like the video. It seems sincere, even though it’s really all over the place . . .

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 5:07 AM
Reply to  wardropper

Cats take a massive toll of birds and small native mammals and reptiles.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 6:45 AM

Perhaps you could start a new movement for the mass slaughter of cats? You could feed them to all the non vegans.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 8:11 AM

We humans also take a massive toll on all those things – and then some – but cat lovers are usually bird lovers too, as well as lovers of all Nature’s diversity,

That doesn’t mean we should keep 20 cats at home, however, and I don’t even have one myself.

I ‘love’ cats simply because of their tidy, elegant independence, and the idea of ‘catness’ just seems to me to be a beautiful one.
Perhaps the ancient Egyptians’ reverence for the species stems from a similar feeling. I don’t know.

To be fair, all the things – and people – that we love in life probably take a toll on something else.
That’s just part of life’s package, but of course I share your distress at the sight of cats’ carnivorous ways . . .

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 4:47 PM

Cats are predators. It’s therefore a double-edged sword to take them as house pets: we’re protecting all the things they would normally kill or maim; but we’re also depriving them of their true nature.

As they say, no good deed goes unpunished.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 5:45 PM
Reply to  Howard

Well said.

Cristiano Maragrande
Cristiano Maragrande
Jan 14, 2023 1:39 PM
Reply to  wardropper

I’d say watching “media” showing masked people is not good for your spiritual self. You are obviously out of touch with reality soaking up that propaganda. I’ve hardly seen any maskers around recently. Jessica’s predictions are already over a year old and look to be coming true. I wouldn’t be surprised if many of the cabal have already left the planet. Others are following the example of people like Michael Yeadon.

fertility
fertility
Jan 13, 2023 11:23 PM

Then we have The LGBTQ community. First Nations. Women. Blacks, Hispanics, Social Justice warriors, Environmentalists, Vegans, you name it. All believing their utopia is on the way. And this is a hopeful and inspiring thing in many ways.

But will they survive the big global agenda they are all ultimately if not unwittingly working for?

Sadly they won’t be able to understand that agenda because they’re “specialized” in their victimhood. All victims are unable to see the forest for the trees.

This is exactly what your doing specialized” in their victimhood in talking the dribble of bill gate owning the most farm land in the USA.

Pure new alt media speaded bullshit.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:02 AM
Reply to  fertility

oh i don’t believe so

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 8:17 AM
Reply to  fertility

The word is “drivel”.
“Dribble” is what billgate will be doing in his coffee in just a few years.

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 11:12 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Sooner if we can force him to take the remaining stock of all the unused products he’s been profiting off of.

Jesuitic Ziowahhabiz
Jesuitic Ziowahhabiz
Jan 13, 2023 11:15 PM

“Or so it seems. It is almost as if as the biggest of the globalists is seriously happy to see all this lack of faith in our governments.”

Works great for partisan politics and compartmentalisation of society. But it’s never been “our governments” at all. For once, the UK’s regime is still clearly called “His/Her Majesty’s government”, while in the US “We the people” intially referred to rich, land-owining and upper crust citizens refusing to give money to the English king, and France went straight from guillotining the king in the name of “the people” to becoming an imperial “republic”. Crown Corporation dominions and possessions like Canada and Australia don’t even bear the fictional “republic” title in their official names, despite self-identifying as “democracies” like the UK, then again, neither does the US. The terrorist USEUNATO conglomerate hasn’t really changed much, they’ve just reorganised power structures and chains of command. A real mockery of the etimology of words and the government and education of the masses.

All the European wars since the Crusades would be better described by what corporate business today calls hostile acquisitions, Churchill wouldn’t have “saved Britain” from “the Nazis” hadn’t Britain declared war first and made a target of British taxcattle. Even Japan wouldn’t have turned into a military powerhouse if the US and Europe hadn’t transferred military tech and trade preferemces in the latter half of the 19th century, as they’ve done with China more recently. All of which are now either property or partners of the Conglomerate.

This is way over 20 yrs in the making, with 9/11 as another catalyst for a new phase in the process. As a side note, Simón Bolívar, in assessing the role of the US in the Americas, said Washington was fated to plague the entire continent with misery in the name of “freedom”; that was in the 1820s.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:04 AM

interesting. ty

Placental_Mammal
Placental_Mammal
Jan 14, 2023 5:12 AM

Bolivar was a freemason. He and Belgrano “liberated” South American nations from Spain and transferred them to the New World order.

wardropper
wardropper
Jan 14, 2023 9:12 AM

Mozart was a mason, but who cares? That’s not where his beautiful genius came from.

At the other end of the spectrum, Schwab is a freemason who also just happens to be an idiot.

Accidents will happen . . .

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 4:54 PM
Reply to  wardropper

Since I never vote, all I can do is thank you for this comment. I’m so sick of the Freemason meme. It’s like “If you have nothing bad to say about anyone, you can always call them a Freemason.”

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 4:58 PM

It’s true the New World Order is far more insidious than the bootheel of an occupying nation. But it’s also true that when there’s a bootheel on your neck, you’re not really thinking about what might happen centuries from now.

WillianHill
WillianHill
Jan 13, 2023 11:12 PM

The UK psychopaths have just found a way to cover up for all the jab heart attacks, release Scarlet fever, Which if untreated can be blamed for heart damage.

“Is YOUR area a scarlet fever hotspot? Cases of illness caused by Strep A bug soared to highest level since the 1950s last year, data shows – as map reveals worst-hit regions”
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11622587/UK-suffers-worst-year-scarlet-fever-1950s.html

Thom Crewz
Thom Crewz
Jan 13, 2023 11:19 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

Read the comments, no one is buying it.

Edwige
Edwige
Jan 13, 2023 10:58 PM

“mostly rich old white men”.

Nancy Pelosi…. Gina Haspel…. Jacinda Ardern…. Angela Merkel… Chrystia Freeland…. Victoria Nuland…. I could go on and on. Does anyone really think things would be better if Hillary had won in 2016? It makes no diference but it’s a dangerous line to argue – I suspect that when the reset really gets great we’ll find a lot of young women in charge with ethnic minorities otherwise (Sunak… Varadkar…. ).

Dissent will be branded toxic masculinity or racism. Compromise with this and they’ve won.

BTW the elites hate women and ethnic minorities as much as they hate everyone else – they’re just a weapon. As soon as they won’t play the weapon you see what they really think (e.g. try Googling Naomi Wolf).

fertility
fertility
Jan 13, 2023 11:18 PM
Reply to  Edwige

Using the it will be worse ‘IF’ fear porn argument again.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:06 AM
Reply to  Edwige

There will be and are a lot of women in charge but the upper echelon is a different story and I know Naomi Wolf. She’s a remarkable woman.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 9:05 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Meant to say I know “of”. Do not know the woman personally.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 13, 2023 10:00 PM

Nah I don’t feel any sympathy for the “big players”. I think of the media world as literally a stage and here we all are in the stalls and what’s really going on happens backstage whilst what we see are the actors coming out to perform the latest script, look concerned – or worried or sad or contrite or whatever the script tells them to look. Then they slink off backstage to have another bevvy with their mates we never see. I think they are all bullshitters and know they’re bullshitters. But that doesn’t bother them because they are only bullshitting us who they have the utmost contempt for. They can’t wait to get back to the “real action” i.e. raving it up with their buddies.

And even if they fuck up, they’re guaranteed full coverage.

Meanwhile the “small players” hardly count as players. Indeed, they’re just dupes. Churning out the LBGTQWOOGA whatever. Maybe they strut their stuff before a mirror and think they’re so fucking groovy. But they’re just sad stooges gladly joining in with their own self-sodomy.

Of course all of the above just refers to that “world as stage” concept. Because that’s just media mirage. There is of course a real world going on all the time. And real things are happening in it. The media /political world is the palace of lies, the realm of illusion. Though admittedly a gravy train for those in it.

(And I just had a flash of Kubrick’s The Shining there where Jack Nicolson is told by the mysterious barman, “Don’t worry. Your credit’s good here!”)

eman
eman
Jan 14, 2023 1:14 AM
Reply to  George Mc

many small players amount to one big player.. don’t u think?
the Non Human Organizations (NHOs) are powerful because they extract into the purpose of one or a few of their members, the power and strength of the mass of the many small players.

that is why the big players are afraid of the small players working together ?

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:08 AM
Reply to  George Mc

Would it be better for us all if we settled for indifference instead of contempt from thems that rules?

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 14, 2023 7:52 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Sure. If you can get the rulers to agree with that. Good luck.

Howard
Howard
Jan 13, 2023 9:57 PM

Unfortunately humans by and large have this built-in hierarchy of accepting advice: if it comes from above, it’s acceptable; if it comes from below, it’s not acceptable.

Farmer Billy just wouldn’t accept my advice on what’s the best hat to wear while plowing. But he might accept Agustin Carstens’ advice on hats since Mr. Carstens, besides being the head of the Bank of International Settlements, has a lot of territory to cover so he would know the best hat to keep the sun’s rays at bay.

eman
eman
Jan 14, 2023 1:24 AM
Reply to  Howard

“humans by and large have this built-in hierarchy of accepting advice”

You just hit on the reason the big players formed the nation state system.. Its a crucible [a barnyard] where the bog guys meld everyone from birth to death into crucible specific people. Culture, ideology, acceptance, hierarchical arrangements, whose who and why are all part of the mix in each nation state crucible. 256 crucibles[nation states], each with a different culture, economy, set of rules, histories, etc. are taught to distrust and hate the people in all 255 other crucibles and to pledge and support the big guys running the show. Its our fault, we were not born to hate each other, we were taught to hate each other, We adult humans need to get over our crucible training and erase the nation state boundaries that allow the big guys to pit the people in one nation state against the people in all of the other nation states.. . we are all human. humans adopt to their environment. The nation state is a controlled environment.

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 5:12 PM
Reply to  eman

Not being an optimist, I don’t believe “we were not born to hate each other.” Granted, the nation state – i.e., aggregated tribal – system brings out the worst in people. But the history of human interaction tends to skew the idea that “we were taught to hate each other.” It seems to be a universal human trait inherited from our chimpanzee ancestors (if you accept evolution, that it).

When one gathering of chimpanzees attacks another and routs them, they will sometimes tear any babies left alive to pieces. Clearly, there’s something beyond simple survival at work there.

Paul Watson
Paul Watson
Jan 13, 2023 9:57 PM

Spiritual warfare end days.
No turning back now, it’s a fight to the finish between good and evil…

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 5:15 PM
Reply to  Paul Watson

The good used to sometimes win by default because the evil would attack and destroy each other. Now the evil pools their resources to create one heck of a formidable foe.

Human values
Human values
Jan 14, 2023 11:32 PM
Reply to  Howard

Good wins this time.

Truth wins. It can’t go any other way. The lies being exposed now are there to be observed and seen as lies. Evil is seen as evil when goodness is the Seer. All evil and all lies are in the Darkness and they cannot perceive themselves. That’s why there’s that blind belief.

When lies are seen as lies, they can be rejected. But only the Light of Truth can see them as they are. Simple knowledge of truth destroys all belief in lies. When we actually do the math and count 2 + 2, we free ourselves from lies. Knowledge is true power. But only true knowledge.

The liars, thieves and murderers think they’ve got true knowledge. But of course they don’t – they lie. And lies are never true. Murdering people to steal is obviously never good. Every human being knows this.

The evil being exposed is here for a reason. And the reason is actually good. To be rid of it.

That goodness wins is logical, because truth is good and truth is true, therefore real, while lies as untrue cannot be really real.

Truth is what is. How can anyone think that lies is what exists in reality, or that truth doesn’t exist.

People get real. They can now remember their humanity, what it actually means to be a human being.

We are not animals, in spite of hundreds of years of brainwashing.  

WillianHill
WillianHill
Jan 13, 2023 9:52 PM

What is a globalist ?

You are a “globalist”, we are all “globalists” if you believe in international trade and cooperation, as I do. The only people who are not “globalists” are far-right, xenophobic, nationalist & fascists, who want international separation and non-cooperation….pure nationalism.
The word “globalist” is a great con trick, because it defines all non nationalists & perhaps all non far-right fascists, as the enemy. Clever that.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 13, 2023 10:59 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

The capitalist system has always tended towards centralisation as the big interests swallow up the smaller. It has also pushed towards increasing abstraction where the old discriminations of race, nationality, religion, gender etc are subsumed under one concern: the ability to expand capital. The natural end point of this is globalisation as an increasingly monolithic block. Yes it’s contradictory and ironic that the usual spiel about competition and the free market give way to monopolies – and eventually one monopoly – which will ultimately be global.

red lester
red lester
Jan 14, 2023 3:03 AM
Reply to  George Mc

That is true, but crony legislation, globalism etc, lobbied by corporations, has allowed the hurdles to starting business to be too high. We have allowed the capitalist input to disappear. If it is not feasible to start and compete, then you lose the benefits and quality of service of small and new business. We are then left with the bloated globalist cartel capitalism we have today.

George Mc
George Mc
Jan 14, 2023 7:56 AM
Reply to  red lester

But capitalism inevitably produces winners and losers. And the winners are then in a more powerful position to influence the rules of the “competition”. So they are more likely to win more. And then become more powerful. And influence the rules more. Etc.

red lester
red lester
Jan 14, 2023 3:46 PM
Reply to  George Mc

Corporations can have huge overheads, such as shareholders, internal politics, corruption and bloat. They can outcompete because they can raise debt, keep ‘proprietary knowledge+tech’ or bully and bribe their way through politics. Small and medium capitalism can be efficient, give customer service, must be well run [or have a hidden support] to survive, have original thinking etc. If these were nurtured by gov rather than harmed, there would be a large number of competing efficient businesses. Workers need less protection if they can march over to another employer. Maybe we could just say that it was illegal for any company to have 50+ employees. Business would then become transparent and open source, share design and standardise [otherwise how do you build high tech etc?]. This what ‘the workshop of the world’ would really look like.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jan 14, 2023 12:19 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

What definition of globalist or globalism are you using there Willian? It’s a word, a modern word that can be and is defined in multiple ways. Similar to what you’re suggesting, but also, “someone who believes that economic and foreign policy should be planned in an international way, rather than according to what is best for one particular country.” (Cambridge dictionary). I.e., the global psychopaths like Schwab who want a one world government, or more of it because they’re certainly on their way.

Is that the kind of globalist you are Willian, the kind that wants to follow Klaus Schwab? Tell you what Willian, call me all the names you want, but I say screw that.

WillianHill
WillianHill
Jan 14, 2023 9:49 AM

What a stupid reply.

Albert Anderson
Albert Anderson
Jan 14, 2023 2:04 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

That’s all you got dude? 14 thumbs down, look who’s stupid there Willian.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 2:11 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

what Albert said

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 3:15 AM
Reply to  syl shawcross

I second that except possibly for the last word. Lol.

syl shawcross
syl shawcross
Jan 14, 2023 9:05 AM
Reply to  Gordon McRae

haha

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 8:17 PM
Reply to  syl shawcross

Reply to thumbs down.
On behalf of all Canadians I’d like to apologize for telling another joke during these most deadliest of times. Please give me and anyone else suspected of telling jokes another thumbs down.
This message has been moderator approved….. in my head.

hele
hele
Jan 14, 2023 5:30 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

I know Climate change is BS but fuk I hate globalists:
“Just 1% of the global population is responsible for 50% of the CO2 emitted by commercial aviation, according to a 2020 study in the Global Environmental Change journal.”

Gordon McRae
Gordon McRae
Jan 14, 2023 8:22 PM
Reply to  hele

Please indicate wether you are right or left so I can decide wether to give you another thumbs down. In Roman times…..

eman
eman
Jan 14, 2023 10:36 AM
Reply to  WillianHill

I think there are two categories of globalist.
Humanity is global because our maker made it so. but corrupt humans intervened with and corrupted nature’s intention ( human globalism has been corrupted by the use of divide and conquer strategy. Divide into nation states and conquer the mind, spirt, sole, freedom, liberty and wealth of humanity. Divide and conquer strategy is used to allow a few to benefit from opposites[opposites cancel the political power of each other so that the divisions produced cancel each other. 7 people elect one to be their leader, leader proposes something that divides the governed 6, into two groups 3 are for 3 are against the issue, the leader’s desire wins, every time because the opposition has been cancelled] ).
The biggest division thus far has been the nation state system.. the Oligarchs control us by using as their proxies the governments that claim the right to control every activity, every thought, every action that happens within the 256 nation states. All humans on this earth are controlled by one of the 256 different member nations of the nation state system. (The Nation state system divides the territory of the earth into bounded spaces, and the politicians claim they have life and death control over those who are caught within the particular nation state boundaries the politicians claims to be in control of).

The oligarchs want to control you by and thru the nation state system, hence they want you to worship and support the politicians that protect the interest and advance the needs of the Oligarch, hence nationalism.

Howard
Howard
Jan 14, 2023 5:20 PM
Reply to  WillianHill

It is extremely ironic that the true “globalists” are the indigenous peoples who have neither knowledge of nor concern with “international” operations. They are “globalists” in their regard for the entire biosphere as something to be revered and protected – as opposed to the “globalists” who regard the biosphere as something to be exploited and desecrated.

Human values
Human values
Jan 13, 2023 9:51 PM

The Devil and its demons are in the process of destroying themselves. Do not interfere. Do not help them. There’s no need to feel sorry for them, and no forgiveness either. If you forgive a demon or a narcissist, they’ll just do more of the same.

They have nothing in your life unless you claim they are your leaders. If they are your leaders, you’re in their cult.

Let God sort it out.

WillianHill
WillianHill
Jan 13, 2023 9:58 PM
Reply to  Human values

It looks to me like our democracies are being set up, by those who have assumed too much power in our countries. It looks to me like Nazis are burning down the Reichstag again and blaming the ‘communists’ again.

MattC
MattC
Jan 14, 2023 4:24 PM
Reply to  Human values

I much prefer that the hangman sorts it out in this life.