This year 2011 will surely enter our history books as a phase where ordinary people stood up and took a stand against undemocratic political structures, corporate power abuse and a complete corrupt financial system.
Revolution 2011 in Egypt [Source]
In the long run, however, we will all realize that those revolutions only sold us the ILLUSION of change, not real change at all. Some might even discover that those revolutions where not at all people-initiated, but steered and manipulated by the same hidden powers that the people thought they would fight. For example, many awaken alternative news journalists and bloggers have already shown very quickly that the arab spring revolutions were all planned and staged by George Soros’ Open Society Institute:
Colour Revolutions: Soros foundation and U.S. influence
Opponents of the colour revolutions often accuse the Soros Foundation and/or the United States government of supporting and even planning the revolutions in order to serve western interests. It is noteworthy that after the Orange Revolution several Central Asian nations took action against the Open Society Institute of George Soros with various means – Uzbekistan, for example, forced the shutting down of the OSI regional offices, while Tajik state-controlled media have accused OSI-Tajikistan of corruption and nepotism.
You don’t have to research very long on Soros to find the role he plays in the worldwide Illuminati cabal… So why are the most powerful and wealthy blood lines in the world interested in these revolutions in the first place?
George Soros [Source]
Revolutions as Pre-Stage for the New World Order
The 200 “Illuminati” families that run this world in secrecy still follow their old and long exposed master plan ORDO AB CHAO (order out of chaos) to achieve their complete global domination (one world government + one world religion). Does anybody need more proof than 9/11 for this statement?
Any chaos that can be created in these days of change that does not lead back to these traitors is welcome for them as they still believe their luciferian plan will work out.
- Terrorism threat: almost entirely staged
- Financial troubles: wanted
- Revolutions: initiated and steered
- Wars: created and needed for their “economy” and profit
Even if the revolutions that now seem to have swapped over to the United States with the “Occupy” movement will lead to SOME change and some marionettes be replaced, the corrupt core will not change for
- the core people (or should I say “entities”) of the dark cabal are not known to the public and even to most conspiracy specialists
- the system essentially stays the same, e.g. dept based monetary system, interest system, representative democracy, global corporations and so on
Eventually most of the demonstrations will lead to violence and thus chaos. From one side, the puppet masters’, violence is wanted and easily provoked by the police. From the other side, the “simple-minded” demonstrators still outnumber the spiritually or ethically awakened protestors. It’s hard to keep a revolution peaceful if it mostly consists of people brainwashed by a violent entertainment culture, violent school systems and violent religions.
For all of these reasons I do not find it a good idea to go on the streets for demonstrations. The manipulative elite is hit much more efficiently by consistently following and distributing the idea of civil disobedience.
By demonstrating, you essentially state that you believe in and subordinate under the current order and political system and have a rest of faith that the elite is interested in your opinions and needs and eventually will listen to you. This is a lack of understanding of how the powers to be function from the inside. They actually look at you this way – complaining sheep that does not understand.
Civil Disobedience as a Means for Peaceful Revolutions
The first principle of non-violent action is that of non-cooperation with everything humiliating.
Cesar Chavez [Source]
Instead of dumb demonstrations I suggest that we start searching for means to change our reality. Lets discuss all over the web, with our loved ones, with our neighbours and co-workers, with people we meet on the streets or elsewhere, what we can effectively do to overcome the problems of our planet in very practical ways. We now need solutions, ideas that work from the small, from the individual, the family, the community. Forget about countries or supranational organizations or even regional political entities. The old systems and power structures will NOT help us at all.
The first small steps can be done by everyone willing:
- Stop supporting large corporations: Get your daily needs from regional, small stores or even directly from farmers and local producers, if possible
- Try to get a work that is close to where you live. Less transportation reduces environmental impact, frees you time and money (recalculate!). Also move out of cities: These are the worst and most dangerous places when things go down.
- Stop dept slavery: Do not get credits or try to pay them pack as soon as possible. Reduce your materialistic needs and replace it with a more fulfilling mission
- Quit unethical jobs as soon as possible (e.g. military, intelligence jobs)
- Learn how to sustain yourself and your loved ones
- Change the world from the inside: Occupy yourself with the ethical and spiritual teachings of your choice. Abandon dogmatic thinking and “believing”, start building your spiritual intuition and sense of positivity
Detach from banks, liquidate what holdings you can, and invest in a lifestyle outside of their world. Don’t participate. They can’t sell their wicked machinations if we’re not buying it.
Zen Gardner [Source]
I would like to close with the following statement from Maria-Lourdes from the lupo cattivo blog (translated from german):
Who wants to change the world comes of best by starting with him/herself… Sure, that sounds like a lame cliché, but in what kind of world could we live if the majority of us only could defeat the worst of our individual personal weaknesses?
Who, for example, has high consumer credits or real estate debt, most certainly has not been tricked or cheated by the banks, the money lenders or power brokers (…), but has taken the loans out of convenience, stupidity, status considerations, consumerism, or too many TV shows etc., only to immediately afford something he / she did not merit or earn already at that moment and most likely is superfluous anyway. No one is forced to sign under their first real estate or consumer loan contract. Yet no one will be forced to read newspapers, watch television or go to the movies.
Who has eventually become aware of his/her weaknesses will not build a house, will abstain from unnecessary consumption, ignore the mass media, never again draw his credit card or account, thus don’t bring himself in dependence of moneylenders and therefore needs no protection laws or scapegoats.
Anyone who believes that violence and / or coercion can never be a solution, will not use force or compulsion (even if he had the power) or call for it, to achieve a goal, not even for a “good” goal / ideal (…).
Back to the roots! [Source]