posted on Jul, 29 2016 @ 02:27 PM
While it's a matter of perspective as to whether we are slowly winning or losing our battle against TPTB, I do firmly believe the odds are stacked up
against us. Yes, those of us not part the cabal highly outnumber those who are and it seems that more and more people are becoming more aware of the
nature of the world around them.
Still, one key factor inhibits our ability to win this fight: our sense of morality. When I use the word 'morality' in this context, I am including
not only religious and societal beliefs, but also the individual and collective conscience, political correctness, intuition, feelings of guilt/regret
and the belief that our actions here carry spiritual consequences.
No doubt some will say that ultimately we cannot lose because 'love' triumphs 'fear' in the end. But isn't that just another form of control to
keep us enslaved inside the matrix? Think about it. If you are in a war against an enemy that has no conscience, guilt, regret, no fear of ridicule or
spiritual consequences, whose chief concerns are the accumulation of power, wealth and influence, how can you win if your adversary is not bound by
the same moral constraints as you are?
Being a good person, doing the right thing, serving others, considering the feelings of others and listening to one's conscience are all metaphorical
confines that prevent us from overpowering our captors because they are factors our captors don't even need to consider.
"Stooping to their level to win" might seem 'immoral' to many, but it might be the only way to win. Of course, some people will consider my views
to be that of a cold, self-centred and narcissistic egomaniac. Before you label me as such, THINK deeply about the topic and the logic of what I am