Do those who clamour for freedom really want it? Do we know what freedom means? Freedom is responsibility for ourselves and each other, i.e. the necessity to ensure the means to life for all and to resolve conflicts and competing imperatives without recourse to arbitrary power in the form of “authority”. Are we ready for this? Do we wish to remain children, reliant on parental control? Or are we intent on becoming responsible adults capable of handling true freedom?
Max Igan invariably signs off with “inlakesh” which is a Mayan phrase meaning:
You are my other self
We are one
I am Another Yourself
That is why we are responsible both for ourselves and each other.
We have a responsibility to expose potentially uncomfortable truth. In the current wave of manufactured hysteria, we need to speak out without fear or favour. When we know that “authority” is criminal and complicit in our enslavement and destruction, we have to speak out and inform those around us, irrespective that they don’t want to know. This is difficult and risks jeopardising relationships; consequently, we need to choose our battles carefully. Most of those living in ignorance cannot engage with information that challenges their world view but in the current time of Alice in Wonderland torture, that edifice of understanding is already crumbling, making individuals more receptive to some types of information.
It is not for me or anyone else to tell you what information to share with such people but finding a “lever” or piece of information that will cause people to question their prior understanding is the first step.
For example, in the midst of coronavirus lockdowns, etc. occasional pieces of information really add a kick to the overall picture derived from co-creative learning. In our latest paper, we describe how COVID-19 is a trojan deployed to commence the final phase in the war to control and cull the human population – many references are provided to substantiate that assertion but for most, it is simply too much information and too far from their current perception to have impact. However, snippets of information that corroborate this assertion can often trigger a sense of outrage sufficient to make people want to dig deeper.
At one level, the putative coup in Belarus was conducted, much like the $5 billion investment in Ukraine for regime change, to further isolate Russia and bring more of the former Soviet Union under Western influence and control. The deeper picture is that Belarus and its people were to be subjected to the same plunder and structural violence that is occurring around the world. The demonised bogeyman, Aleksandr Lukashenko, was primarily targeted because he refused to betray his people. He refused a bribe to “lockdown” his fellow Belarusians.
Belarusian President Claims IMF and World Bank Offered Him a Bribe to Impose COVID Restrictions
In exchange for $940 million USD, the World Bank and IMF demanded that the President of Belarus:
• imposed “extreme lockdown on his people”
• force them to wear face masks
• impose very strict curfews
• impose a police state
• crash the economy
The bigger, uncomfortable truth is that what is currently unfolding has been done before and it’s following the same playbook. We’re seeing obvious parallels between those who supported the Bolshevik revolution and today’s “useful idiots”, particularly those of a liberal mindset who want change for the better but, in reality, are ushering in terror and destruction.
Gary Saul Moron’s “Suicide of the Liberals” by Kevin MacDonald
“Suicide of the Liberals” discusses the parallels between today’s woke liberal/progressive culture and the era before the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia.
The illusion of freedom is fading fast and we need to understand how and why. We are in the midst of a war. This war is our responsibility and the future will be determined by our willingness to engage in battle, not in violence but in taking on responsibility for ourselves and each other.
Everyone’s future is our future.