Margaret Anna Alice
I get it. You don’t want to be called a “conspiracy theorist.”
If you provide scientific evidence that a warp-sped experimental injection being peddled by a trillion-dollar industry in collusion with governments, federal agencies, the media, and Big Tech is dangerous, you—not the corporations raking in billions—are the grifter.
If you ask what’s causing the sudden deaths and injuries that began surging in 2021 in hopes of preventing future such tragedies, you’re “morally reprehensible” (and yet “mocking anti-vaxxers’ COVID deaths … may be necessary”).
If you point out that we should maybe think twice about pushing a product estimated to have killed thirteen million human beings and counting, you are the “major killing force globally” and guilty of “undermin[ing] public confidence” in said product.
You know you’re living in a world of lies when the mob is more enraged at the whistleblowers revealing the deceptions, corruption, and murder than they are at the lying liars, corrupt corrupters, and murdering murderers themselves—indeed, they trip over themselves racing to defend their narcissistic abusers.
As Edward Snowden says:
When exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are being ruled by criminals!”
But guess what?
Once they start calling you all those hideous names, you realize they’re nothing more than magician’s smoke.
You gradually start to give fewer and fewer f*cks.
You know you’ve hit zero when you feel the exhilarating liberation that comes from shouting the unfettered truth.
That’s the words-can-never-hurt-you stage.
You become untouchable.
You start collecting libels like Purple Hearts.
The more scars you can count, the more evidence of your efficacy, your threat to the hegemony.
If enough of us stand up and do that, we can hold the perpetrators accountable. We can present the unadulterated evidence of their crimes. And we can find justice … or die trying—like the members of the White Rose, whose piercing words still ring out nearly a century later:
“We will not keep silent. We are your guilty conscience.”
I’m going to tell you a secret.
In Upside-Down World, persisting in seeing things right-side up—despite the incessant, relentless, never-ending gaslighting—means you have valiantly guarded your most precious possessions: your integrity and your sanity.
As e.e. cummings writes:
To be nobody but
yourself in a world
which is doing its best day and night to make you like
everybody else means to fight the hardest battle
which any human being can fight and never stop fighting.”
Once you are living in alignment with your values, you will feel the deepest joy fathomable.
And so they will swathe themselves in soothing denial and lash out at anyone who tries to puncture it.
But you will keep trying, anyway. Because that’s what truth-tellers do. That’s what people who care about saving lives do. That’s what people of integrity do, whether or not anyone ever recognizes it.
You know in your heart what is true, and you speak it. And no one one can ever shut you up again.
Even if they kill you.
Your bravery will outlive you.
Your words will remain like candles, lighting the path for future truth-droppers. And you will be at peace, in life and beyond.
Margaret Anna examines propaganda, neuropsychology, culture, linguistic programming, and mass control in her aim to awaken the sleeping before tyranny triumphs. Visit her blog to read more of her work or buy her a coffee.
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