Updated: March 30, 2020, v. 2
I’m currently trying to pull together some facts and concerns I have about the subject of organ donation so I will post that as soon as I have something to say about that. Anyone can comment on anything here if they like.
I’m a human being. I’m a citizen of Canada. I believe in the principles expressed in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as I expressed in my last post.
I’m currently living like a lot of people are–scrambling for resources.
But I believe that we should live according to a certain value set that upholds and enhances human life, where the weaker ones in our society are not neglected. This was a good thing about Christian values–and other religious traditions. Regardless of what we think of the details of Christianity, I think this is an essential distinction to make between past attitudes and more recent attitudes that have been reinforced by the teaching of life-boat and situational ethics.
Anyone who thinks that an economic shut-down helps with this has been seriously deluded. If people are concerned with life and human survival, then they need to really snap out of it. But people want to go along with “leaders” and learn the hard way I guess.
Human beings are spiritual creatures. Unfortunately, I don’t think we are so great at independent thought most of the time since most of us have been domesticated. What has protected us for most of our history has been our various independent cultures and religions that allow us to think somewhat differently than others. Real diversity. Among cultures and individuals also. Success and survival is about our ability to make good judgments. If we have healthy systems of sharing information, then we can debate, we can think for ourselves, we can learn, we can ask questions, we can challenge con-artists. We don’t have that now–our lives are dominated by all kinds of technological media messages which have become increasingly narrow and destructive.
We are in a spiritual battle. Being alive in this world is a spiritual struggle and not just a physical struggle. Sometimes they might be the same thing, but sometimes one side of that has to be given up in order to make a point for others and for future generations. We need to stand up for principles that sustain the kind of life we need into the future, that we are at risk of losing completely–because we accept things we should not accept.
I’ve talked about the agenda laid out in Brave New World. It’s outlined in the novel. That’s why it’s out there. I want to also write a bit more about Agenda 21 and other documents if I get the chance.
We are in the cross-hairs of forces that hate life as it is. They are obsessive in their effort to dominate life and nature completely. Nature is something we are meant to work with, to have some limited control over in my opinion. That’s what we are intended to do. We work with tools, we develop industry, that’s what we can do. But that’s not enough for them.
The whole idea with UN Agenda 21 (a public-private plan of world inventory and surveillance hiding behind concern for the environment which people have barely heard of) and with 5G smart cities, with the science fiction portrayals we are watching everyday in movies and television programs–is complete control and awareness of every speck of matter–biological or otherwise–if that is even possible. Hence we have the concept of the Internet of Things. This insane notion of domination is slickly sold to us in science fiction. H. G. Wells was the ultimate science fiction writer and propagandist. He met with key cultural leaders at the head of the British Empire in his time, and he explicitly planned out an agenda he called The Open Conspiracy with his non-fiction book of that title. And others have written about the planned future, including Zbigniew Brzezinski in Between Two Ages.
Some of us – many of us – have a value system that teaches empathy for others and trying to help people hold on to their lives, not one that is rushing people out the door with euthanasia, which is being expanded in Canada in recent years–and I don’t believe it’s a coincidence. The justifications for this take on the form of compassion and many seem to have bought into it as a result because of the way it’s sold to them. It is tragic, because in accepting euthanasia as a standard solution, then we can no longer look at hospitals as places where they will do everything they can to treat our condition. But this is how it used to be a decade or so ago. This new system of euthanasia they have added to health care–is designed this way–to be in place and motivated and driven through concern for money and resources. Without the old value system staying in place, there is no check on the financial drivers.
Some of us advocate for a value system that puts human life first, and we need it to persist and be revived and we need it to prevail. People think there are all sorts of choices about values and I doubt that. One cult leader I was familiar with used to describe the choice as the “give” way of life and the “get” way of life. And I think he was right-it’s simple. He would have known all about the two sides of that too. In religion, there is the concept of the way of life and the way of death. There is the concept of “deliver us from evil” and what is evil? Is evil just something in a Hollywood movie, just something invisible and remote from us? No, not at all. Evil is offering you a job or some money or some food — sometimes it comes down to that– evil is offering you your life sometimes–or just pleasures and comforts. And we compromise and hope for the best too. But what is the cost of going along with evil? What makes it evil? The end results–life deteriorates for others–and we let it happen, or we didn’t know any better–or someone didn’t think it was important to teach us about it.
I have quoted this supposed hero of so many, George Bernard Shaw, he’s talking in a film actually, and he describes this type of society they have been working towards, one where everyone has to “justify their existence.” This ideology hides behind a supposed compassion for the poor because of the “socialist” label. But it is just the other face of those who run materialistic “capitalism” (which is really a monopoly system for elite corporations and is not about free enterprise for ordinary people).
This system has gradually undermined competing belief systems through its foundations and is rising high right now through its unelected, corporate, cultural and philanthropic leaders who project through the controlled media all the rationalizations for changing our attitudes towards basic issues about being human. They have already been pushing a very destructive attitude towards human life. And we’re immersed in this value system, and we see images of other people being degraded in our entertainment daily, in reality TV or otherwise, from zombie shows to survival shows.
But it really matters how we treat others and how we think of others, whether it’s in a life or death crisis situation or not.
We either try to cooperate with others voluntarily and peacefully or we don’t. We either respect free will or we don’t. We respect rights or we don’t. It’s almost like it’s on or off. There is one way or the other way.
People have ignored consistent testimony from those who believe their children have been damaged by vaccines. They ignore the facts that fetal tissue is used in some vaccines as I’ve demonstrated in one of my posts from the official product documents. People are used to accepting the system and living with it. They do not want to question these things or listen to people criticizing what they have been sold on for generations. I understand it’s difficult, but you may agree with some of my other points.
We either respect the right of people to refuse vaccines or forced medical treatments, or we have given up a world with rights and freedoms, because that is what we give up when we give up freedom of conscience and informed consent concerning medical treatments and our own bodies. These are not principles you can give up without severe consequences–and many people seem prepared to give them up just because of totally dubious and shocking media manipulation and carefully designed Orwellian propaganda.
So people have also looked the other way while there have been policies of rendition and torture for decades with advocacy in entertainment. It’s either we condemn it or we allow it unfortunately.
There are procedures where we should be very concerned about whether the person (baby or adult) is experiencing pain or not–I think that’s why we need to look into the concerns some have about the details of the organ donation procedure and about abortion. Issues that relate to both pain and the value of human life. How do these things affect our own family members? Look into things properly before going along with them and taking them for granted.
With abortion, what are the health consequences, what suffering is the baby experiencing at different stages, what actually happens in reality? Do we want to be paying for this worldwide? What is going on worldwide because of money taken from us to fund reproductive clinics? It’s sold as a “right,” as someone doing us a favor.
With euthanasia, another feature of Brave New World along with abortion, why are we made to pay for that in Canada as we do? Who is being encouraged to die that doesn’t need to die? People should look into it. The door is being opened wide. Why is death being sold to people as a good thing? This is a different value system than a few years ago or a few decades ago. More could be done to relieve pain and suffering of different kinds if that was our priority–or to encourage people to live if they had some important tasks they had to deal with first. If only we could restore that value system for medical care, and it could be done much better than in the past.
Right now, I think many people are fooling themselves – they are living with half their thinking in the old system and its assumptions and the other half of their thinking is in the new system. The two systems are not compatible. It’s too big a topic to go into here. It needs a lot of attention. All this stuff has been promoted and legislated in recent years. Many crazy changes have been made and we have been asleep, not actively involved in these decisions, just watching the odd debate on television now and then, and then when the “debate” some celebrities were having is over, then we just watch the government and media push its one-sided message of propaganda along with the new laws.
In Plato’s Republic (similar to Brave New World), he describes a world where the unfit and deformed are disposed of, where they are not allowed to live, a world in which infanticide was an option. And in that pre-Christian world, those things were actually practiced and now they have been gradually restored. What have we given up–most of us not knowing what we were getting into?
Aleister Crowley’s works are an example of an expression of this value system (citing his Book of the Law which is really horrendous if you read it–a value system of domination)-this person is seen as a hero and promoted by so many cultural leaders. But the value system of the dark side–that has been sold to us or justified to us–but is not going to benefit most of us–belongs to those who think they are “strong” and feel entitled to power, and entitled to dominate everyone else, and see us as weak–as slaves–because we don’t want to act the same way.
And it is a really dangerous value system to have been allowed out of the brittle cage it was in. It was restrained a little by the old religious systems of the past. And I believe it has gradually built it itself up–sold itself–through a collection of scams of all kinds–as the savior of everything–the global savior inserting itself everywhere via international organizations and technology. A lot of the social engineering coming from well-funded foundations and academics for decades has deliberately targeted and subverted traditional values in order to atomize us and make us easier to control. This can be documented.
And now people who are aware enough to accept this have the hard task of rebuilding the moral and spiritual guidelines and restraints we absolutely need for having a future that is reasonable and peaceful enough to live in.