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The world we know today is not the world I ever expected to be living in.  It has mutated into something that terrifies me and drains my will to fight each and every day.

I can’t pinpoint exactly where and when we started to go so terribly wrong, but we have most certainly lost our way.  We seem to have become conditioned to be selfish, petty, prejudiced, fearful, paranoid, faithless, angry, distrustful, unable to co-exist with one another because we have been pushed to the very edge of our physical and mental limits by all of the stress we are forced to deal with each day.

Our society has been ripped off of it’s foundation by forces larger than many of us are able and willing to comprehend.  These forces wear false faces and pretend to have our best interests at heart,  but all they really want to do is to divide and control us like pawns in some sick and twisted chess game where they control both sides of the board.

Over decades these forces have gained control over our basic necessities – food, water, even the air we breathe. They have manipulated and poisoned everything we ingest in order to make us weak and sick over time, to wear us down and take the fight out of our spirits.  They have managed to induce a kind of “waking sleep” in us – we are able to function and go through our daily routines, but we are no longer able to reason or see things for what they truly are.  We are kept so busy running through our “sleep, work, eat, pay bills, sleep, work” cycle that we can no longer see that we are being manipulated, driven like cattle.  We are so busy just trying to work as hard as we can just to survive and not get trampled by the rest of the herd, we can’t see that our “government” and the news we watch on t.v. are pandering tour most primitive, violent, lustful nature… they are pitting us one against another, practicing the politics of division.  They have built a house of cards around us, they need us to be sedated and suspicious of our neighbor, that way we wont ‘wake up’ and make sudden unexpected moves which would bring their house of cards crashing down.

They use wars, racial pandering, and a myriad of other conflicts as pure distraction to keep our attention focused on anything other than what the real agenda is – the eradication of the human species as a free being. 

The forces I’m speaking of are smaller in number than we are.  They seek to ultimately control us by reducing our numbers, make us sick, weak, and solely dependent upon them for our basic survival.  They seek to sterilize us, to make us incapable of rising up and taking back what is being stolen from us.  Most of us don’t even realize or are mentally able to accept and process this truth… it’s just too big, too terrible, too hopeless to imagine… so the common response is complete denial – this is where ‘They’ win.

For the most part, the modern day prophets, the voices ‘crying in the wilderness’ are hated and ridiculed for speaking the truth.  The pre-conditioned state of denial has been planted so deeply within our herd mentality, that when someone holds a mirror up forcing to see ourselves for what we truly have become, the reflection is so horrible to us, so abhorrent… we choose to smash the mirror and kill the prophet rather than free ourselves.

We have become the vehicle of our own extinction.

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What Happens When Benevolent Totalitarianism Ceases To Be Benevolent?

As I explained last month, benevolent totalitarianism is the concept of government control by and through deception. For more than 100 years, America has operated as a benevolent totalitarianism. But what happens when totalitarianism ceases to be benevolent?

If benevolent totalitarianism is subtle, outright totalitarianism is open warfare on the people. That is what is beginning in America. We now find ourselves in the opening phase of outright attacks on the people as government exerts greater control in order to suppress dissent over the natural transition from benevolent to non-benevolent totalitarianism.

That America is a fascist Nation is no longer deniable. Fascism, as described by Benito Mussolini, is the merger of state and corporate power. All significant legislation passed in recent years has been designed to either increase the power of the state to control the people, to increase the power and wealth of corporations or to strengthen their symbiotic relationship. As legislation that accomplishes these things is detrimental to the best interests of the people, it can be described only as salvos being fired against the people and in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

America was designed as a representative republic, with Representatives elected by the people to represent their interests when laws are passed. Senators were to be selected by the States to represent the interests of their States. Neither the Congress nor the President is answerable to the people or the States today. They answer only to their corporate sugar daddies and NGOs (non-governmental organizations) that operate behind the scenes. These NGOs, dominated by monied interests, include, but are not limited to, the Federal Reserve, The Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations and various and sundry “think tanks” propped up by the same corporate sugar daddies lining the pockets of Congress.

The names of the people running and funding these NGOs are mostly familiar and pop up from time to time in various ways in government and out: appearing in Presidential cabinets, heading alphabet soup government agencies, sitting on the boards of corporations, running the World Bank, etc. Theirs are the corporations that receive the contracts for government business as it makes war on other countries, move in to rape and pillage the natural resources of Third World countries (see The Secret History of American Empire and Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, both by John Perkins) or fulfill the mandates of legislation (insurance, Big Pharma, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, etc.).

In 2008, against the wishes of the majority of America, George W. Bush pushed through the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), a $700 billion boondoggle of largess to bail out the banksters and their criminal co-conspirators on Wall Street. To sell it, Bush employed classic Orwellian doublethink saying, “I’ve abandoned free market principles to save the free market system.”

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