By George! Oh Well! War? Psy..No Why?
Since the truth, as is it’s nature, will be revealed, whether we “Like” it or not, better we peel the layers of the ONiON by our very selves, eh?
And does not matter which way you look, war seems to be on the menu. If it has not hit one’s part of the world yet, it’s because someone has decided that it’s just not time for you to be warred on, yet.
That is a truth…..At least for the collective.
For the individual, it is entirely a matter of vibration. If we vibrate the frequency of violence, violence will come and find us. If we vibrate the frequency of Shanti (peace) Shanti will come and find us….
Some years ago, I had a strong feeling of a huge vibrational fork in the road coming up, where we as sentients would make choices that would decide for a long time what our egg-zis-tenses would be like. Sort of a high-road/low road choice point if you will….
That, in my estimation, is what 2012 was all about. That was the big shift, the tectonic event that largely went un-noticed. Do you know which road you chose? The thing about these forks in the road is that the farther you go down a particular path, the harder it is to backtrack if you think you actually wanted to go the udder way. Picture a herd bifurcating and how hard it would be to reverse tracks on a narrow road…..
So the game is and always has been a vibrational one, as was this great vibrational one. And there are con-trolling forces who will have us choose the road that is filled with violence, and the frequency of violence. This via televised wars, televised police brutality, televised fake blood false flags, violent video games, violent music, violent sport….
You get the drift. The vibrational shift is between choosing a life-positive vibe vs. a death positive vibe.
Incidentally, nothing wrong with either, if it is really your wont. If blood and gore and death metal is REALLY your thing and you live it fully, then that is probably what this trip around the life-wheel is/was all about for you. No right/wrong judgement, but the important thing is this…
To make the appropriate choices, you have to know your true self….
Watch this, or as much of this as you feel called to….it’s 4 years old, just as an FYI 😉
So, Main Stream Media, inclusive of TeeVee, Radio, Games, Music, Movies, all of it, is pushing all of it’s consumers into a war mind-set….
If you know/think you are immune, perhaps you might want to think again? Because in this twisted world of backwards is forwards, war is peace, ignorance is strength….unless you are really riding the bucking steed of hyper-awareness, you’re probably being propagandized whether you like it or not. Whether you want it or not.
So, kill your TV, burn the trash that passes for putrid papers and the kill bill games if you play them, even just for a leedle pleasure…or DON”T ….
But give a read to this, because Fiction is fact (and trust me or don’t but most fact is currently pure Fiction)…. From George Orwell’s 1984…
Read it through, our current meta-world sate in two (and a bit) very well written (of course, he was an insider, he knew) para-graphs…
The primary aim of modern warfare is to use up the products of the machine without raising the general standard of living. Ever since the end of the nineteenth century, the problem of what to do with the surplus of consumption goods has been latent in industrial society. From the moment when the machine first made its appearance it was clear to all thinking people that the need for human drudgery, and therefore to a great extent for human inequality, had disappeared. If the machine were used deliberately for that end, hunger, overwork, dirt, illiteracy, and disease could be eliminated within a few generations. And in fact, without being used for any such purpose, but by a sort of automatic process — by producing wealth which it was sometimes impossible not to distribute — the machine did raise the living standards of the average humand being very greatly over a period of about fifty years at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. But it was also clear that an all-round increase in wealth threatened the destruction — indeed, in some sense was the destruction — of a hierarchical society. In a world in which everyone worked short hours, had enough to eat, lived in a house with a bathroom and a refrigerator, and possessed a motor-car or even an aeroplane, the most obvious and perhaps the most important form of inequality would already have disappeared. If it once became general, wealth would confer no distinction. It was possible, no doubt, to imagine a society in which wealth, in the sense of personal possessions and luxuries, should be evenly distributed, while power remained in the hands of a small privileged caste. But in practice such a society could not long remain stable. For if leisure and security were enjoyed by all alike, the great mass of human beings who are normally stupefied by poverty would become literate and would learn to think for themselves; and when once they had done this, they would sooner or later realize that the privileged minority had no function, and they would sweep it away. In the long run, a hierarchical society was only possible on a basis of poverty and ignorance.
To return to the agricultural past, as some thinkers about the beginning of the twentieth century dreamed of doing, was not a practicable solution. It conflicted with the tendency towards mechanization which had become quasi-instinctive throughout almost the whole world, and moreover, any country which remained industrially backward was helpless in a military sense and was bound to be dominated, directly or indirectly, by its more advanced rivals. Nor was it a satisfactory solution to keep the masses in poverty by restricting the output of goods. This happened to a great extent during the final phase of capitalism, roughly between 1920 and 1940. The economy of many countries was allowed to stagnate, land went out of cultivation, capital equipment was not added to, great blocks of the population were prevented from working and kept half alive by State charity. But this, too, entailed military weakness, and since the privations it inflicted were obviously unnecessary, it made opposition inevitable. The problem was how to keep the wheels of industry turning without increasing the real wealth of the world. Goods must be produced, but they must not be distributed. And in practice the only way of achieving this was by continuous warfare. The essential act of war is destruction, not necessarily of human lives, but of the products of human labour. War is a way of shattering to pieces, or pouring into the stratosphere, or sinking in the depths of the sea, materials which might otherwise be used to make the masses too comfortable, and hence, in the long run, too intelligent. Even when weapons of war are not actually destroyed, their manufacture is still a convenient way of expending labour power without producing anything that can be consumed. A Floating Fortress, for example, has locked up in it the labour that would build several hundred cargo-ships. Ultimately it is scrapped as obsolete, never having brought any material benefit to anybody, and with further enormous labours another Floating Fortress is built.
In principle the war effort is always so planned as to eat up any surplus that might exist after meeting the bare needs of the population. In practice the needs of the population are always underestimated, with the result that there is a chronic shortage of half the necessities of life; but this is looked on as an advantage. It is deliberate policy to keep even the favoured groups somewhere near the brink of hardship, because a general state of scarcity increases the importance of small privileges and thus magnifies the distinction between one group and another. By the standards of the early twentieth century, even a member of the Inner Party lives an austere, laborious kind of life. Nevertheless, the few luxuries that he does enjoy his large, well-appointed flat, the better texture of his clothes, the better quality of his food and drink and tobacco, his two or three servants, his private motor-car or helicopter—set him in a different world from a member of the Outer Party, and the members of the Outer Party have a similar advantage in comparison with the submerged masses whom we call ’the proles’. The social atmosphere is that of a besieged city, where the possession of a lump of horseflesh makes the difference between wealth and poverty. And at the same time the consciousness of being at war, and therefore in danger, makes the handing-over of all power to a small caste seem the natural, unavoidable condition of survival.
See? Y’see how it goes?
And if you felt a tingle in your truth-sense-o-meter as you read that, then watch this…to understand how un-natural war is.
And why people still send their sons (and now, increasingly, daughters too) away to die…this is veddy distrubing stuff, veddily so, we’ve been had, bad….
But if you watch all or enuff of it, perhaps the vibrational consumption case becomes really really really strong….
Choices, the rudders of the ships of our lives 😉
Big hugs all around…