posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:50 AM
reply to post by symptomoftheuniverse
In my youth I was a "pretty mad about society" kind of guy. An acquaintance of mine was a protester and wanted me to start pusing the envelope. I
felt education was better than placards. I have pursued a career in education and think I have been able to wake a few minds along the way. I think
the best amo against this societal control is to simplify your lifestyle. Do not participate in the infra structure they would seek to have control
over. Ghandi was a master of this; spending a therapeutic hour or two every morning on his loom making his own clothing, all the way to marching to
the sea to make his own table salt.
Only after the "Consciousness" has awakened to the point were it reverts back to a wiser and simpler way of life, will we not be controlled. You see
it in other ways too as folks like Ron Paul are trying to awake voters to the simplicity and wisdom engrained throughout your Constitution. Things
like individual privacy and liberty, coupled with smaller fed gov. and a non interventionalist attitude that ends in a notion of peace and prosperity.
Spending more time with people as opposed to things, sharing opinions and teaching one another, thinking globally but acting locally and peacefully.
This is where the focus needs to be. Wit strength in community.
The control comes from corporate driven initiatives, like tourism and travel, Enterprise and consumer conumption, media, Hollywood, T.V., Law,
Medicine, Communications and I.T., to name a few. If we do not participate or rather if we passively participate in the consumption and use of these
things what is left for "Them" to control. If our priorities revolve around what truly matters and not what we've been told matters, then their voice
and authority becomes punny.
Start shedding these false notions of what self should be and realize that people are more important than the things and the trendy possessions "They"
trumpet. Time, not things, is the greatest gift you can give not money.
If we all starting choosing to peacefully not participate then their matrix would fall apart.
Unplug for a while and go for a walk, hike, swim, bike ride, or a run.
edit on 20-1-2014 by sparrowstail because: (no reason given)