14 January 2011
from IMVA Website
The rhetoric of “change” is a continual theme among politicians, actors, and preachers who really know little about the real meaning of change, nor do they want to.
Obama preached the
same message of change, but what has really changed in terms of anything
good? Much of the New Age rhetoric has always been one of “an awakening” and
right now there is a big focus about “a change” that will occur in
It all can get kind of confusing after a
while, leading to ambiguity, indecision, and depression through inaction.
But anger, except for short bursts that propel one to action for some very good reason, is not productive and does not usually lead to any kind of significant change except in one’s health status and I don’t mean that in a positive sense.
Anger though is one
of the most honest emotions and I have written about this extensively in my
Certainly I am
not talking about aliens here, the ones I am hearing increasingly about. Not
the ones who are supposedly
manipulating governments and the elite with
their gifts of technology, wealth and power. I would not trust them as far
as I could spit even if they arrived in a UFO at my front door.
My greatest hope about people who communicate the truth, like I believe Jesse does, is that it at least unchains people’s minds so they can break free from the constant propaganda that the higher-ups put out in the mass media.
The Matrix was no joke and mirrored quite
accurately the current state of the mainstream.
The press has the world pouring out its empathy and compassion for
those killed in Arizona but will not spend a word on the children killed by
the poisons in vaccines because there is no “proof” of that.
Though this subject has not been on President Obama’s wife’s mind, she posted an open letter on the White House web site that said:
So how about it Mr. and Mrs. of the White House? How about some grief for the victims of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster? Have you forgotten completely about them?
I am reading how coastal residents who have their
complaints about health problems they allegedly suffered from exposure to
dispersants and toxins while helping clean up oil from
the BP spill in the
Gulf are being dismissed as unproven
by these men.
William K. Reilly, Bob Graham, and Donald Boesch of the National Oil Spill Commission listened compassionately to the tearful entreaties of those who say their suffering has been unfairly dismissed.
But in the end, the commissioners stated,
never heard something so ridiculous in my entire life. But we can celebrate
at least that finally the government is beginning to admit that fluoridation
of water should be reduced because it’s dangerous.
Much of the anger is being directed at the wealth and at the
many mansions this family owns.
But… like these men above, there are so many of them who are playing the rich man’s game who do not have armored cars.
Prince Charles got a taste of this and I am sure many more will also despite everything the police and security forces around the world can do. But perhaps they have nothing to be worried about except for polar shifts and their houses being covered by ice age sheets of ice.
Then the super wealthy will have to come up with something more than just chains for their limo tires.