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Étienne Chouard: “The Constituent Yellow Vests appeal to all humanity.”

Étienne Chouard: “The Constituent Yellow Vests appeal to all humanity.” Etienne Chouard. DR. Mohsen Abdelmoumen: In your very powerful manifesto book « Nous ne sommes pas en démocratie!” (We are not in a democracy!), you make a relevant observation. Is it not rather a plutocracy? Étienne Chouard:  Yes, absolutely. We have been in the plutocracy for two hundred years since the revolutions of England, America, France, since the advent of the representative government which designates the political players by the procedure of the election among candidates that one can help. This procedure, since one can help, gives all the… Continue Reading

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The Three Versions Of A Conflict

When an individual or a group is in conflict or in crisis with another, their subjective nature makes their perceptions of this conflict or crisis different (sometimes drastically). There is the perception of the one who perceives it (rightly or wrongly) as a victim. And there is that of the one who is responsible for it, and who thinks of it or, on the contrary, denies it. These different perspectives depend on the limited human senses (and subject to illusions, even hallucinations), psychological filters (religious, cultural, educational, social …) and the point of view or momentary positions adopted in relation… Continue Reading

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Note on the Migratory Pact

The “Global Pact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration” places great emphasis on the fact that migratory phenomena would be natural and go hand in hand with “globalization”. Is this the case? Can we be content with statements from worldly elites when they have already lied to us many times? Human history tends to show that great migrations were natural phenomena only when they were caused by phenomena that were also natural. These could be periods of drought, severe winters, periods of glaciation, poor harvests, floods, volcanic eruptions, etc. However, the most recent migrations, especially those that are nowadays, are… Continue Reading

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Should We Fight The Astral?

Some esotericists have advocated the fight against manipulative or negative entities that are supposed to be in certain astral and / or mental spheres. Other individuals, sometimes the same ones, wanted to fight certain ideologies. Still others have tried to destroy the mirages or illusions of which they thought certain victims. Were these choices wise? If harmful entities, whether human, reptilian or of another nature, populate certain parts of the subtle planes which are the astral (relative to the desires, emotions, sensations and ideologies) and the mind (relative to the concrete ideas and mental images and abstract concepts), should we… Continue Reading

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Survival?

The present epoch appears more and more disturbed in its foundations as in the events lived individually and collectively. This leads in particular to a growing concern for the two following notions: that of the collapse of civilizations and that of survival during such a collapse. It remains to determine the cause of such a disorder and the interest of such concerns. For at least two centuries, and especially since the French Revolution, the moral and religious foundations of Western civilization have been progressively reduced to a trickle. If traditional religious dogmas have been more or less pulverized, they have… Continue Reading

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The Bigger it is and the More it Goes

On many occasions, the elites have lied to their people to push them to war. If the rather recent examples of the case of incubators in Kuwait and weapons of mass destruction in Iraq (having respectively served as casus belli for the Gulf War in 1990-1991, then the second war against Iraq in 2003) can still be remembered, there are other cases passed under the radar or completely forgotten, such as the one reported by the following article. Roosevelt’s ‘Secret Map’ Speech By Mark Weber President Franklin Roosevelt was a master of deceit. On at… Continue Reading

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Will the CIR be Enough?

The Yellow Vests movement put forward the notion of the Citizen Initiative Referendum (or CIR for short). Many French people are now polarizing in the hope that by obtaining such a crumb of bread, their hunger for social, professional or civilizational change will be satisfied. Can this be the case? Modern history, for more than a century, tends to show that all the so-called changes, including the social and political measures taken in France in the aftermath of the Second World War, only maintain the Humanity in the System and in the direction that will see the completion of the… Continue Reading

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When Will Peace Really Exist?

Peace means in particular the absence of wars (military, civil, commercial, ideological, etc.) and conflicts between individuals or between human groups. It is obviously not possible as long as there are weapons of every caliber and even plans to make them. Nor is it possible as long as embargoes are used to impose its will on other nations or other human groups. Nor will it be feasible as long as individuals or groups seek to impose their ideologies or customs on others. Is all this possible in the next few years? The complete disappearance of weapons, their plans, economic embargoes… Continue Reading

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Stop Feeding the Beast

The Beast, aka the System in which we live, feeds on our excessive consumption, our emotional outbursts, our desires, our fears and our divisions and conflicts. It has survived globally for centuries or even millennia thanks to our ignorance. Many of us are even unaware of our existence, unaware of living in an unnatural, artificial system. Yet, if we ever have to live on a truly new world, renovated, regenerated, healed, in good health … we will have to let the Beast die of hunger. And for that we must stop feeding it permanently. Here is a sample of actions… Continue Reading

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In crisis

For at least a few decades, modern civilization has been in a state comparable to the adolescence of the human being. It experiences the crisis of a transition from childhood to adulthood and maturity which in theory accompanies it. This particular crisis touches all its dimensions, from the most material to the most subtle. It causes problems and conflicts as much in terms of resources and concrete phenomena as in terms of ideologies, ideas, psyche and consciousness. As with any crisis, we will have to find a way out. A crisis, individual or collective, is like a door that must… Continue Reading

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The Bureaucracy Against Freedom

Our modern societies have gradually developed an increasingly burdensome and omnipresent bureaucracy. It now manages almost every aspect of our lives and has significantly diminished our freedom of movement and action. It has such a hold and such a presence that it seems natural to many people. These are born with it and will die with it, prisoners of its regulations from one end to the other of their life. Those who break these often earn nothing other than prison or heavy fines. To find a true freedom, we will, however, have to learn how to do without it. Even… Continue Reading

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Accumulate or Create

Still under the influence of survival instinct and related fears, and stimulated in this direction by advertising and marketing, many human beings tend to amass a large amount of material objects that they use in definitively very little. The overconsumption society works by stimulating the desire for material possession which can only be accompanied by waste and growth of pollution. However, if we want a more harmonious and healthier world, it will be necessary to stimulate the human desire firstly in a new, more constructive direction. Does the nature of man boil down to that of an animal endowed with… Continue Reading

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Overcoming the Conflict

The existence of individual and collective conflicts seems as old as humanity. If the causes seem at first sight multiple, digging a little more, they are reduced to a more fundamental cause: the illusion of separation that accompanies the process of individualization of consciousness. In leaving the collective consciousness of animal races, the primitive human being gained the impression of being an individual isolated from others of his kind, but at the same time lost the collective consciousness conducive to the harmonious functioning of the different human groups in which each individuality spontaneously found its place and its role. Science… Continue Reading