a reply to: toysforadults
Very, very interesting.
Philosophical justification - survival of the fittest - end justifies the means.
This more or less jibes with my own study of these matters, and my own sense that the elite class do not want to lose metaphysical i.e. cultural,
control over the society around them. Certain values are in the ascendant; the issue of climate change is making these values more or less necessary
as a counter-response.
We can basically chalk this philosophical difference up to the perennial one between antirealism and realism: should we pay attention to reality and
let symmetry pull us towards the 'omega point', or should we keep playing games with the physical ecology of the one planet we exist within and
jeopardize our future? Apparently everything hinges on this one issue. The secretest of secret societies are obsessed with preventing the development
of the human mind.
It's the way things have been handled by elites for thousands upon thousands of years - going back into prehistory and the tribal days of 'big men' -
or what the Bible calls 'nephilim'. We're talking about the culmination of a process that is much older than 5780 years (Hebrew calendar); this sort
of behavior goes back at the very least 30-40 thousand years, and arguably can be traced back to the super-volcanic explosion of Toba 74,000 years
ago. For those at the helm of society, the issue is always the same: can we let go of our traumatic worries and let ourselves move into a deeper
relationship with the Cosmos around us? Or will we further condemn ourselves on the mythological premises that have held us (elite) captive for so
long? I think it was Tacitus who said "We are enslaved by lies of which we ourselves are the authors".
Conspiracy is the bedrock of civilization, as secret societies are at the very heart of the way the cultural reality we experience and know is
organized and rigged by elites. Hence, there is a conspiracy against conspiracy - or a conspiracy to present conspiracy as paranoid and irrational and
unhealthy; a conspiracy to stigmatize those who question the legitimacy of the social reality we're presented with. Since such ostracization appeals
to peoples deepest insecurities of not being acceptable to others, it works; but the logic of why it works and why it exists in the first place (why
there is a conspiracy against conspiracy) itself demands the existence of conspiracy to explain why and how the world around us operates as it does -
that is, how every human being isn't aware of the cosmic and very real power of Love: how can this knowledge - a knowledge which lies at the core of
what we are, not be apparent to people? It's about social engineering through the above-stated-lies that Tacitus refers to. The very motivation to
dissemble and misrepresent the world for others - for ones own personal advancement - operates right back upon the self. Reality is topsy-turvy: when
we feel good, it feels "ok" to play games with reality; but when we feel bad, as Tacitus evidently was when he wrote that, we're more honest with
ourselves in how we've been, and what we've allowed ourselves to become. Nihilism tends to be the go-to defense mechanism for the person who has hit
hard times and no longer feels invincible to natural law. They rely upon it to regulate themselves. They naively think that the moral love that love
institutes is not going to put them to work, eventually, to fix the world.
It's because of this background knowledge that this thread and the claims of the author in the youtube video are so compelling. The timing is smack
dab in the middle of the Trump impeachment process and the republican resistance of the Senate to impeachment, which means impeachment is by no means
a foregone conclusion; its very plausible that Trump (that is, the secret society which controls the US government and its secret intelligence
community) have a false flag in story. In terms of the 'narrative' being created right now by the left-right dialectic, its very believable that Trump
could 'start a war' as a means to maintain control of the government. In terms of history, this would be a continuation of the norm: the Lusitania
brought the Americans and British into WWI (false flag); Pearl Harbor brought the Americans into WWII (false flag); maybe we're in for a major terror
attack of some sorts in the next month or so, which can be so easily blamed on Iran after decades of priming. Iran, Russia, China, and even Pakistan
and North Korea, I believe, are in a military partnership. This already sets the ground for a very devastating world war three scenario of Israel, US,
EU, India, Japan/South Korea (and probably throw in Canada/Australia) on the other side.
Or, the way they've been cultivating the North Korean Kim Jong Un situation could be a harbinger of a false flag that will be blamed on Kim Jong Un -
although that would be very far less effective than the narrative constructed around radical Islam which fit so nicely within the much longer
eschatological narratives of Christianity and Islam. Mike Pence, after all, is perfectly positioned to play a part if that were to happen.
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