Tag : Faith

Sen. Richard Black: Why the Censors Hate Assange

As a military officer, I was trained to strictly observe security protocols. So when I first heard of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange, I was instinctively critical. But upon reading his released documents, I saw how Julian gave people accurate insights into the inner workings of their own government. Government “of the People” cannot flourish beneath a suffocating cloak of secrecy. And secrecy is often aimed, not at protecting us from enemies abroad, but at deceiving us about the dark machinations of our own government. The most consequential secrets are those used to conceal steps taken to establish predicates for future wars – unwarranted conflicts that seem to roll off an endless assembly line. No-fly zones, bombings, sanctions, false flags, blockades, mercenaries, bloodthirsty terrorists have all become stock in trade. Sanctions destabilize our targets through hunger and suffering. We terrorize and blow body parts into the streets like calling cards. Regime change is the end game; coups and assassinations are fair play.

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BIS General Manager Outlines Vision for Central Bank Digital Currencies

The behaviour of central bankers is rarely (if ever) given sustained coverage in the national press. Outside of prominent economic channels, developments from within institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for International Settlements are seldom remarked upon. Instead, attention is restricted to the latest round of political theatrics which serve to disguise the actions and intentions of globalist planners. As the furore of Brexit gained in intensity last month, BIS General Manager Agustin Carstens gave a speech at the Central Bank of Ireland 2019 Whitaker Lecture. Under the heading, "The future of money and payments", Carstens mapped out what has been a long standing vision of globalists – namely, to acquire full spectrum control of the international financial system through the gradual abolition of what Bank of England governor Mark Carney has called "tangible assets" i.e. physical money. The ‘future of money‘ narrative is one that both the BIS and the IMF have been actively promoting since the advent of Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidency. Here are some links to speeches made by both Christine Lagarde and Agustin Carstens:

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Notre-Dame de Paris Fire and the War on Beauty

The burning of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris should be seen as an act of war by the state on the Church. We do not need proof. 200 years of Free Masonic war on the Church in France is enough to justify our suspicion. When false flags were waved a few years ago, everyone was posting memes on social media with “Pray for Paris”. Where are the prayers now? The great Catholic theologian Urs Von Balthasar once said that men who would forget the sense of beauty would forget how to pray and eventually forget how to love. Notre-Dame was a testimony to the truth of the church. Its majesty mocked man’s scepticism. It was difficult even for an unbelieving man to enter it without a sense of awe; without feeling a certain…. revulsion at humanist pride.

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The Global Economic Reset Begins With An Engineered Crash

The Global Economic Reset Begins With An Engineered Crash Wednesday, 13 March 2019 06:28 Brandon Smith For a few years now, since at least 2014, the phrase “global economic reset” has been circulating in the financial world. This phrase is used primarily by globalist institutions like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to describe an event in which the current system as we know it will either die out or evolve into a new system where “multilateralism” will become the norm. The reset is often described in an ambiguous way. IMF banking elites will usually mention the end results of the shift, but they say little about the process to get there. What we do know is that the intent of the globalists is to use this reset to create a more centralized monetary system and micro-managed global economy. At the core of this new structure would be the IMF along with perhaps the BIS and World Bank.  It is a plan that has been supported openly by both western and eastern governments, including Russia and China. As noted, the details are few and far between, but the IMF describes the use of open borders and human migrations during the reset…

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Three lessons from the “failed” Mueller inquiry

Three lessons from the ‘failed’ Mueller inquiry 25 March 2019 Here are three important lessons for the progressive left to consider now that it is clear the inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russiagate is never going to uncover collusion between Donald Trump’s camp and the Kremlin in the 2016 presidential election. Painting the pig’s face 1. The left never had a dog in this race. This was always an in-house squabble between different wings of the establishment. Late-stage capitalism is in terminal crisis, and the biggest problem facing our corporate elites is how to emerge from this crisis with their power intact. One wing wants to make sure the pig’s face remains painted, the other is happy simply getting its snout deeper into the trough while the food lasts. Russiagate was never about substance, it was about who gets to image-manage the decline of a turbo-charged, self-harming neoliberal capitalism. The leaders of the Democratic party are less terrified of Trump and what he represents than they are of us and what we might do if we understood how they have rigged the political and economic system to their permanent advantage. It may look like Russiagate was a failure,…

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The Usefulness of Mirrors and of the Observer

It seems that the best way to know something is to experience it ourselves directly. Can a knowledge that remains bookish or through videos, to mention just two examples of intermediaries, indeed achieve the same completeness? Can we know the sculpture without sculpting ourselves, an emotion without feeling it ourselves, the sea while staying on the beach, an ideology or a religion without connecting to it, another person without going to see him or her ...? Oh! of course, we can always criticize them from the outside. "Criticism is easy, but art is difficult." If we do not experience what one is talking about, that remains external and superficial. This is especially good for generating conflict. And we often end up criticizing the people themselves instead of trying to know or to understand who they are, what they say, what they do and what motivates them ... Of course, criticizing is also part of the human experience. But, in doing so, it is often well afterwards that one realizes the real object of criticism: self-knowledge! If the best way to know something is to experience it, how can we know ourselves? For to "experiment" us, we must somehow split ourselves.…

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Note on the Breath of Humanity

Like an individual, Humanity "breathes". It alternates phases of inspiration and expiration. As a collective organism, it does not breathe air, but consciousness. In a phase of inspiration, society is reborn, evolves, and organizes itself in more and more complex forms. Particularly inspired individuals and groups create masterpieces, some of which can span the centuries. The arts flourish. New resources are discovered. Communication networks are weaving. Religions are born and others are in full expansion. Consciousness turns in all directions and guides human achievements. The faith of human beings transcends their fears ... During the phases of expiration, societies collapse, "involute" and are generally subject to The law of degradation or increase of disorder and chaos (generalization of the law of entropy). The consciousness is mainly downward, towards materiality, towards materialism. The moral conscience is losing ground. The letter replaces the spirit. The shape and the surface are more important than the background. Material resources are lacking. Consciousness has been trapped by the magnetism of matter and can no longer be born out of the Matrix. The human being forgets his origins and is afraid of the future. Schematically, we can translate the two phases of the breath of humanity…

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The Real Reason Why Globalists Are So Obsessed With Artificial Intelligence

It is nearly impossible to traverse web news or popular media today without being assaulted by vast amounts of propaganda on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is perhaps the fad to end all fads as it supposedly encompasses almost every aspect of human existence, from economics and security to philosophy and art. According to mainstream claims, AI can do almost everything and do it better than any human being. And, the things AI can't do, it WILL be able to do eventually. Whenever the establishment attempts to saturate the media with a particular narrative, it is usually with the intent to manipulate public perception in a way that produces self fulfilling prophecy. In other words, they hope to shape reality by telling a particular lie so often it becomes accepted by the masses over time as fact. They do this with the idea of globalism as inevitable, with the junk science of climate change as “undeniable” and they do it with AI as a technological necessity. The globalists have long held AI as a kind of holy grail in centralization technology. The United Nations has adopted numerous positions and even summits on the issue, including the “AI For Good” summit in…

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Back to nature

A growing portion of construction and agriculture is becoming aware of the need for respect for nature. Speaking of environment is already a beginning, even if this concept can evoke an artificial environment far removed from natural conditions. It will be here more a question of nature than of the environment, and in particular of all the initiatives which favor the regeneration of the nature rather than the maintenance of a status quo able to aggravate the planetary situation by exhaustion of resources and generalization of the pollution. The modern way of life based on consumption and economic growth has widely demonstrated its destructive impact on global life. For a healthy future on all fronts, humanity will probably have to make a radical change and everyone will have to agree to reduce a significant part of the material comfort in favor of a return to rural life. Modern knowledge and experimentation in agriculture (including "permaculture"), urbanization and construction tend to demonstrate that even with the present human population we could build a future much more harmonized with nature to the point of healing it totally from current evils. To this end, the big cities will gain from being gradually dismantled…

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How to Unite

In general, our era has two distinct movements: a movement towards matter, materialism, existential concerns ... and another towards heaven, the spiritual, the essential concerns ... This has probably been the case since the beginning of humanity, in varying proportions, some epochs being dominated by spiritual tendencies and others by material ones. The peculiarity of ours is a growing divide between these two movements. The materialistic and technological world is evolving towards a more and more thorough search for control over all the dimensions of material life and tends to stifle the expressions of the Consciousness and the Spirit. This comes to a point where one can practically speak of a technocratic dictatorship, particularly with the arrival of RFID implants promoted in a growing and blatant way by the mainstream media. In contrast, resistance to oppression seeks to organize, but so far in very scattered order. It is often animated by an ideal of one order or another, by a faith of religious inspiration or directly from the consciousness, or by the more or less confused sensation that this world is derailing or is running into a wall. If thought is creative, it can materialize a project only if this…

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The Future School

Modern school and "educational" systems have largely proved failure in many ways. In almost all countries (including those in the West), we see a growing proportion of students leaving prematurely school or university. At the same time, teachers are experiencing an increase in burnouts, depressions and suicides. And schools with state-of-the-art technology are not necessarily the most spared. There are various causes for this, depending on nations and cultures. However, it is likely that these causes come from a decrease in the moral consciousness to the detriment of a strong increase of the stimulation of desire. For simplicity, the loss of values ​​and consciousness that religions gave are not replaced by science nor by the dogmas of secularism. On the other hand, in the name of personal liberty, marketing, advertising and the Hollywood industry have promoted and continue to promote the satisfaction of personal desires. It should come as no surprise that after two or three generations having undergone a proper brainwashing to extirpate the consciousness, teachers and parents now face increasing and almost universal disrespect for rules and laws (religious, political, social, educational, economic or of any other nature). And such disrespect, of course, goes hand in hand with…

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Multiple Thinking

A truly free society admits the multiplicity of ideas and points of view on the different questions that concern it. Each individual perceives reality only through his subjectivity of the moment, the position he temporarily occupies in space or in a hierarchy, the filter of his prejudices, his tastes and beliefs, and so on. In other words, and in a pictorial way, he sees the world through a more or less deforming and colored lens, from a single place of observation at a time. However, by combining the points of view of each other, one can obtain a broader and more accurate view of the big picture. And by allowing the right to the error and the possibility to change your mind, we allow everyone to explore other perspectives, other ideas, other ways ... On the other hand, a tyrannical society tends to impose a single thought, to rest on a code of strict and unavoidable values, to censure, to denigrate, to reject ... any divergent thought, any conduct that does not fit with the only ones values ​​accepted as valid. It imprisons or banishes any individual who does not enter the rank, denigrates him, judges him, and condemns him…

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The Soul of a Nation

Knowing that a nation is a human group sharing the same culture, the same history and the same language, we can consider that this group is also united by a common conscience or soul. Even if geopolitical, military, or economic events are at the origin of the formation of a nation, it eventually also develops a kind of soul, as well as for old houses occupied by several generations of individuals. From such a point, the outside can try to destroy the nation or the families occupying the house, but the soul remains. This was particularly illustrated in the case of the Polish nation which has undergone three successive partitions, the third partition having led in 1795 to its dismantling for the benefit of Russia, Prussia and Austria. From October 24, 1795, Poland no longer existed as a state nor as a geographical entity and its nation was divided into three pieces of similar importance. However, the Polish soul has survived, thanks to several artists, including the romantic poet Adam Mickiewicz . He is considered by some to have embodied the Polish soul and to have been a guide for Poles in exile. The history of Poland tends to show…

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Glance on the Apocalypse

As in other troubled times, such as the Great Plague of the Middle Ages, many humans seek to mitigate their growing concern for the future by consulting soothsayers, oracles, psychics, and prophecies of all kinds. Beside them, others fear nothing of this order. Two major questions then arise: what distinguishes those who are afraid from those who do not? And what can be the interest of prophecies such as the Apocalypse, one of the best known? People who are afraid can be swept into the pessimistic movement without knowing why, but because they follow the dominant movements and energies almost automatically and without asking questions. Others are afraid because they observe their material conditions, those of their loved ones or those of the world in general deteriorating year after year. On the other hand, other individuals fear nothing (or not much), facing the future, for several possible reasons. Some are rich enough to provide for one or more physical retreats, such as bomb shelters or to pay for a place in an underground base. They think they are safe from almost anything that could happen materially worse. Others are neither rich nor specially detached from material things, but are blind…

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Critical Mass

If 3.5% of a population is enough to overthrow a government with a nonviolent movement (see Erica Chenoweth), what percentage is needed to overthrow a system? What proportion of human beings acting in the same direction will be needed to bring down the New World Order, which seems to be nearing completion? If 3.5% is enough for a government, one can think that such a critical mass can also be enough for a system. However, a government is only the tip of the iceberg that is a system. (Photo Getty Images/Paul Souders via Le Parisien) The modern system extended to practically the entire planet includes not only the political organization of nations, but also social, economic, industrial, educational, military, judicial, and other organizations. Almost all of these organizations are based on competition, hierarchy, inequality, financial exchanges and ultimately on power struggles. What critical mass would be sufficient to move to a new system based instead on sharing, lack of hierarchies, synergy, equal treatment, free and fraternity? In an imagery way, changing government is like cutting a little or decorating the tip of an iceberg differently. To radically change the system is to melt the iceberg and then cool the corresponding…

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Why the NWO Weakens Us?

Elites that promote the New World Order (or NWO for short) generally know enough about human psychology and how to use it to manipulate people. They owe it to their studies followed in elitist schools or to the use of advisers fully competent in this matter. Thus, they know that like other living things and the various objects of the universe, human beings are subject to the great law of action and reaction. It remains to determine how and why they weaken us through it. The law of action and reaction was discovered by Isaac Newton regarding the objects or material beings of the universe. It can be stated in the following manner: with every force exerted by a material body on another corresponds an opposite force of the same intensity exerted by this second body on the first. In other words, the two forces balance or compensate each other. This law can be generalized to the field of human psychology and the emotional and mental impulses involved. The generalized law of action and reaction can then be stated as follows: at any force exerted by X on Y corresponds an opposite force of the same intensity and possibly of…

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Note on the Resignation of Macron

The article "Macron Resigns" shows how users of social networks tend to consume information, and even more, often only that which reinforces their beliefs, without seeking or verifying its veracity or deepening by additional research and reflection on the topics covered. In the era of fast food and ephemeral fashions, the phenomenon is not really surprising. Even particularly exceptional or dramatic "news" will be forgotten after a few days or weeks, even if they are broadcast repeatedly for several hours or days by the mainstream media. People absorb emotion without much effort, since it is enough for them to slouch on a couch in front of their TV movie or walk like an automaton with their cell in front of the eyes, at the risk of ending up crushed by a metro train or by car (as happened in Montreal). But mental nourishment seems to them more indigestible or unknown, and that of a spiritual or metaphysical order is even less profitable to them. They do not seem to see it, attracted like fireflies by the sensationalist titles to the detriment of titles more "flat", but which can hide real treasures. A complementary phenomenon is the overconsumption of videos. A…

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Is Sociopathy An Advantage Or Disadvantage In Survival?

(s’ouvre dans un nouvel onglet)" href="http://www.alt-market.com/articles/3593-is-sociopathy-an-advantage-or-disadvantage-in-survival" target="_blank">alt-market.com] Have you ever met someone face-to-face that seemed relatively normal at first, but after a short time they began to reveal odd and disturbing character traits? They showed an inability to laugh at their own mistakes and only laughed at other people’s expense? They had an obsessive need to tear down the legitimate accomplishments of others to elevate themselves? They were robotic and overly predictable in their daily routines? They lacked remorse for any actions that harmed other people? They tended to exploit the people around them for entertainment or personal gain? They often bragged about how far they were willing to break moral boundaries to get what they wanted, as if this makes them superior to others with a conscience? Well, you might have been dealing with a sociopath, or narcissistic sociopath. It's not uncommon to run into strange characters such as this in your daily life. They act a bit like aliens, or impostors trying to mimic human behavior but not doing a great job of it. They use various tricks often reserved for grifters and con-men in order to blend in with normal society. They’ll make grand promises of future…

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The Cities are the Cancer of the Earth

History tends to show that urbanization has always been accompanied by a movement of agriculture towards monocultures and peasant exploitation. When a city became established and grew into an initially rural area with self-sustaining polyculture farms, in order to survive, it had to put in place a whole process of food supply from the surrounding countryside. The peasants had to produce much more, and in such a way that the harvest was faster. (Source: here) The polyculture practiced on a self-sufficient family farm, on a surface of the order of a few hectares (between two hundred and five hundred square feet), allowed to feed some families of medium size or a large family. It was possible even without the practices currently used in permaculture (which allow better harvests without digging over the soil). Such farms scattered over a region were generally sufficient to feed the corresponding rural community, even in the event of crop failures in some parts of the area, as there might be some surplus on other farms. However, when a city appears in such a neighborhood, its inhabitants are not agricultural producers and therefore depend on the surrounding peasants. The more a city grows, the more it…

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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 not at all natural. They are provoked by Man himself, or rather by some individuals who have placed themselves above the mass of human beings and pushed them to conflicts, wars, revolutions and other artificial destructive instabilities. The first part of the statement is therefore clearly wrong with regard to modern migration What about the second part? Do current migrations go hand in hand with globalization? Yes indeed, because they are produced by the globalists, this to finalize their New World Order! These migrations produce, on the one hand, a social, cultural and political chaos sufficient to complete the destruction…

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