As many readers of The Last American Vagabond have come to realize, we are smack dab in the middle of a polarizing battle for power in society, between the established systems of elitism that aim to control society for their own agenda, and ordinary people who seek freedom and justice through decentralization of power. Although no mainstream media outlet would touch this subject with a ten-foot poll, the reality is that there exists a cancerous ideology amongst the controlling elite, which propagates the notion that they must control the population for the greater good of us all. There is a surplus of hard data that is both proven and readily available to back up this claim. Although it might sound sensational, the simple truth is that the power elite view mind control as the best way to control the social hierarchy and achieve “peace.”
This is not a new battle, as all throughout time there have been constant clashes between the egotistical elites who believe that society is better off when the enlightened leaders are building it, and regular people who desire to be free and break away from their overreaching control. In fact, the founding of the United States is a direct example of a large group of people who were fed-up with the control structure of the English monarchy, and therefore broke away from it to start their own colony.
Despite the recurring theme of power struggle between classes, it seems today that this battle has gotten far more complex and far more important to fight back against than any other time in recent history. I say this because the push for world government is growing stronger by the day, as well as the increasing development of a vast and complex network of psychological intelligence operations that are propagating false realities for people to buy into. While this manufactured reality might seem real and even contain authentic elements, the problem is that at the top of it sits controllers who are steering these movements toward dead ends. Dead ends ultimately lead to a continuation of the same power structure, which is the whole goal of most false counter-culture movements. You can think of them as pressure release valves to discharge the pent-up energy growing in society and channeling it for their own agenda. These are usually limited hangouts that are nothing more than passive outlets that give the people a few token cookies, but never address the root causes of the problems. The elite know that full-scale change only happens when root causes are addressed, so the obvious strategy is to manifest a false cause for people to buy into with all their might.
I don’t mean to sound pessimistic, because I do believe that we can re-route the ship, but we are nearing a point of no return. People’s minds are increasingly losing the capacity to think, both independently and critically, due to a bombardment of manufactured paradigms that were developed to trap their perceptions within. When people lose the capacity to think clearly, the hope for change and freedom in society completely diminishes and humanity becomes easy prey for clever manipulations that will steal its energy and circulate it for their own manifestations.
If ever there was a time to stand up and fight back, that time is now.
I don’t think I’m alone in saying that I would love nothing more than to chill in the hammock all day and read or think about life and its great mysteries. It would be such an easy and pleasurable existence with little to no confrontation from outside entities. Unfortunately, our system requires many of us to work long hours, which can sap a good amount of time and energy from even the most conscious and happy of people.
So after work, the last thing most people want to do is get caught up in this crazy and complex game over power in society. Most people just want to be left alone to pursue their own subjective passions and desires when they’re not caught up working for the man. To many, this entails spending time with family, taking part in personal hobbies, and indulging in all types of entertainment. How many people do you know who either take care of their family or pop on Netflix/Sports every weeknight after work then go out to eat and party on the weekend? I can tell you right now that I know many, and just wait until VR goes mainstream.
I’m not trying to hate on any of the above activities, especially spending time with family, which should be emphasized in today’s world, but at what point are there more important things in life than the pure pursuit of one’s own subjective wants and desires? Is there something more sacred on which to spend our time? Something bigger than ourselves?
Whether it’s endless wars, the usury of money, education indoctrination, propaganda in the media, the manufacturing of the counter-culture, the corporate buyout of science, and the list could go on and on, the uncomfortable reality is that the world is in vital need of a complete transformation, especially if humanity is to sustain itself and achieve peace in the future. With this in mind, it begs the question: can we afford to spend a great deal of our lives today indulged in entertainment or pleasure outlets, yet still find a way to harness the consciousness needed to change the sociopolitical landscape of planet Earth? If we want to leave our children with something better, we might want to really contemplate the ways in which we spend our limited supply of energy.
Unfortunately, it’s not easy to be a truth teller in today’s world when most of the population simply blends in with the commonly practiced ritual of being socially naïve and disconnected from the world’s problems. If it doesn’t affect me directly, then why should I care? Plus, why would I want to boggle myself down with all these complex subjects when I’m not going to be able to do anything about it anyways? I’d rather focus on me!
This kind of environment depresses truth, which causes an authentic truth teller to stick out like a sore thumb. As many people reading can probably attest to; it can be very lonely, scary, and uncomfortable being able to see through these illusionary fronts. Many people will simply perceive you as weird, while some will even go as far as to call you insane. People fear that which they do not know.
In fact, the world has become so backwards that being called a “truther” is considered a derogatory statement meaning that person is crazy and has “gone off the deep end.” So basically, questioning a serious event like 9/11, makes you a crazy loon, aka “truther,” as if putting yourself out there, despite the backlash, in order to seek a deeper understanding of important events is a bad thing. What makes it worse is that most people who use these arguments have never even attempted to look deep into any research besides what appears floating on the surface.
The actual root cause of most of this blind animosity can be attributed to cognitive dissonance. Truth tellers are those who speak unfiltered light called Truth, which manifests as cognitive dissonance within the other person’s mind because it disrupts the current trance the deceiver has created, by shining the light upon it. The light is what illuminates the dark.
Often times this upsets people, since it shatters their current paradigm and removes them from their usual comfort zone. As a result, many people lash out at the messenger for being the cause of such an uncomfortable feeling, as opposed to looking within and re-examining their own beliefs to see if they were in fact wrong. It’s always easier to blame others than admit to yourself that you had been fooled, especially when your whole reality is flipped. As Mark Twain famously said,
“It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”
Also, Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda, was quoted as saying,
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.”
Most people simply lack the emotional intelligence needed to discuss alternative ideas and open up their minds to new paradigms. As a result, defense mechanisms constantly manifest throughout society that strengthen exponentially over time. This creates a growing well of energy that’s all channeled to believe in the same lie.
This makes it especially difficult when you start to emotionally feel the planet suffering, yet every time you bring it up to other people they react negatively, as if it is a threat. I’ll be the first to admit that there are times when it’s best to just not bring up certain subjects, as it can cause too much drama. Some people just can’t handle the truth. However, it’s paramount for truth tellers to realize that this is all bigger than our own subjective existences. This is about the continuation of humanity as a whole and all life on this planet.
The unfiltered truth is that humanity and all life it interacts with is very sick at the moment and in the process of dying. In fact, many scientists have clearly demonstrated that we are currently in the process of a 6th mass extinction, as most life systems all over the planet are in heavy decline. Therefore, it would be purely egotistical to believe that we can all continue to do whatever we want without resulting consequences. There is a cancer building, and while we have the free will to ignore it, it will not ignore us.
So while I may want to sit at home and pursue my own personal entertainment, it seems clear to me that this is not a luxury I can afford any longer. That’s not to say I am personally going to change the world all by myself, but if many of us put aside our personal desires and come together for the common good, well, that can change the world. It’s going to take a collective consciousness of cohesion and cooperation to defeat the cancer, not a disconnected consciousness of a bunch of isolated egos that are too weak to win in isolation.
“This is bigger than all of us because it will take many of us to change.”
If we look at the world as a single organism which we all live upon, it would seem that we are being summoned as the antibodies of truth to come in and rid the Earth of this systemic cancer before it takes the whole host down. In many ways the journey of being a truth teller is an unexplainable calling from the universe to wake up and heal itself before it’s too late. It’s time to rise up and put an end to this game.
I encourage others to take a hard look at the way they live their lives and begin to consider how important it is to get involved with truthful change compared to living a life purely for yourself. We might not know all the answers, but I think we can all agree that some sacrifices will need to be made, and the best place to start might be what you choose to spend your precious time on and give your limited energy to.
I know from my own personal experience that getting involved with something bigger than yourself seems to not only transcend your own limited egotistical experience but it can transform your own consciousness into something that is more alive. It’s as if helping all life flourish through embodying the truth, helps you to light a greater fire within yourself, to grow and expand in your own consciousness. In other words, healing the macrocosm reciprocates back to heal you in the microcosm. The only question now is whether or not you will heed the call to speak the truth.
Originally written September 21, 2016
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