Over and over, the media, governments and corporations tell us that COVID-19 and coronavirus is about a new way of doing things. It’s really a new system–a new way of life. It’s not about this virus. You should listen to what they are actually saying.
However, we shouldn’t be impressed with it that much, because in a sense, it’s just people getting paid big time to repeat lies and intimidation tactics. And there isn’t much impressive about that.
It is really hard to stomach all the articles (we should try to read) about ID 2020, contact tracing, vaccination certificates, tattoos, bracelets, badges and forced vaccinations, and all the things these sick fascists want to TRY to impose on us.
It is sometimes easier to think more broadly and try to get at what the point of being human is–because that’s what is going to cut it.
What we do as humans is we fish around in our brains for meaningful connections. And I just decided to dig up one of the slogans from the old TV series Millenium.
I was trying to remember this catch-phrase and I found it here:
Millennium intro season 2
I’m not so sure about “the time is near” but I think the slogan “this is who we are” is a wonderful slogan if you can figure out what it means.
To me, it means this story is portraying human beings as they ARE naturally–with the concept of spiritual identity and with the concept of rights intact–in the pre-9/11 world–human beings dealing with crises.
And then, after a certain point–maybe after 9/11 and beyond–at this point of COVID-19–a ruling oligarchy tries to ramp up efforts to make us into something different–something transhuman, something post-human–something we are NOT.
This series had everything. It had the paranormal, it had cults, it had “end times.”
One of the themes I keep bringing up is the Apocalypse. It is not my idea. It permeates our entertainment–decade after decade. And it has become more intense with endless “zombie apocalypse” themes.
I used to believe in the “end of the world” when I was young. That was part of my religion–the one I adopted from a television preacher named Herbert W. Armstrong who had a magazine called The Plain Truth.
Now, I just don’t believe that the world comes to an end.
Now, I believe it is up to us to preserve what is good and decent, and I believe that God very probably backs us up when we do. Literally, that’s what I believe. I choose to believe that. To me, it makes sense. That is why I still pray–for us.
I believe the spread of the idea of “apocalypse” is an old ploy–to create instability–along with “strategy of tension”–destabilization in other words. We are deliberately divided and split up between sexes, between generations, among identities of all kinds–and our minds are led constantly into destructive modes of thought, into dead ends–into surrender.
We surrender OUR SPACE–OUR TERRITORY–OUR RESOURCES–OUR LIVES–OUR MINDS–to the Enemy.
The oligarchy might believe in their “ideal” system of dictatorship, but it is not set in stone. It is not inevitable. That belief in inevitability is a consequence of psychological warfare ploys.
We are primed to believe in its inevitability–their plan. I am aware of it and I write about it–but I don’t believe in its inevitability. When we see the technology portrayed in science fiction entertainment, we see it as inevitable and sometimes, depending on the story, we see it as innocent, but it’s not.
Christians can believe in an ultimate end if they want–but many of them go too far when they make guesses about connecting a biblical “end times” to current events and foreign policy agendas of particular groups. This is just masonic interference in their religion. This just backs up the agenda of oligarchs.
The oligarchy always wants the same thing–world empire and complete control over humans as slaves.
“Evil” is a reality in our world. This is what it looks like–what is happening now.
We are not made for this.
We will discover who we are and who we are not.