Slaves and the New World Order

Fellow Humans

 

In the beginning, man was a hunter gatherer. Just like animals in the bushveld, man hunted and killed for food. He would range the forests picking berries and nuts. As time moved on, man began to realise that storing food, and gathering animals would reduce the possibility of starvation, and ease the labours of his life. He began to gather food stores and animals leading to the sciences of animal husbandry and agriculture.

 

At this stage, man also began to realise that rather than killing his enemies in battle, they would have more use in slavery serving the victor. Man, the most intelligent of animals, could toil in the fields and serve the master, leaving the master to concentrate on matters of the mind. The master could then ponder over other ways to improve his lot, and to reduce the competition to his empire.

 

And they did, the masters began to devise new methods of profiting from slavery, and new methods of controlling the slaves, after all, it is expensive to place a permanent guard over slaves. The masters began to work on psychology offering the prospect of freedom if you worked hard. The same psychology was used in WW2 in Auschwitz concentration camp. The sign on the gate said “Arbeit macht frei” or work makes you free.

 

This is the carrot and stick scenario. In the modern world, the carrot comes in the form of marketing that shows you all the wonderful things, and the social standing you can acquire through hard work. The stick is legislation that restricts and prevents people from operating outside the system. Barter is the oldest form of goods exchange, but it is outlawed through legislation covering tax fraud.

 

Seldom do common people achieve the wonders displayed on the television, and to be clear, common people will spend virtually their entire life just paying for a home. The masters, of course, control and direct the system and have exploited it to maximum profitability.

 

It is a proven fact that people edit out the sections of their world view that they do not want to see. They prefer Michael Tsarion’s “one season world” where every day is summer. This condition is a reaction to stress, and living in an abnormal environment. They want to believe that they can attain the pot at the end of the rainbow if they work hard for the master, no matter the cost to others, their families, or themselves.

 

Common man is, and has always been, a slave. Woken in the early hours to toil through the day, returning too exhausted to tend to family life. We all know about the state of the modern family, and the social impact rearing it’s head in our communities, but few understand that the destruction of the family unit is just another engineered attack on the independence of people. The terms “human resource” and “human capital” are again reducing the spiritual being “man” into a commodity. You can very easily replace these terms with the word “slave”

 

People have to understand and research the social engineering programmes devised by the “Masters”. The engineers are ever refining their techniques, utilizing technologies like mass media to transmit their message. Using education, both lower and higher, to develop the foot soldiers they need to promote and carry out their method. Throw into the fray legislators to devise the guidelines in which the slave may exist. The people are taught to look to “experts” for answers rather than trust their own judgement and intelligence. They are emotionally manipulated by the media bombardment, and their resistance broken down through peer pressure.

 

Feminism is a prime example. Developed by the Rockefeller family, feminism has reduced the family unit, and the entire family social structure in an attempt to further negate our inherent natural mammalian cohesion. As those that can see the situation in all its horror look on, the masters will now replace the family with the state. The following generations will grow up with readily programmed troops of social workers and state employees monitoring and taking charge of our children, and the decisions pertaining to their welfare. The family is being deemed as dysfunctional and irrelevant. The parents, sidelined as mere biological producers. The ultimate slave factory.

 

 

Can anyone deny that this exploitation exists? Can anyone say that the very few control the vast majority of wealth, while the rest must make do with the scraps falling from the Master’s table? Can we not see that by our own ignorance of these facts, we condemn our children to a future in shackles? Will we turn our heads away and seek the one season illusion, or will we trust our own strength and take that stand against tyranny?

 

We are the cure to the disease, we are the remedy of our ills. We are the future and the past, the oarsmen on the ship of time. The master may beat the drum, but we will steer the ship into the calmer waters. In the words of the sacred  Elders of the Oraibi Hopi nation

 “You have been telling the people that this is the Eleventh Hour.
Now you must go back and tell the people that this is The Hour.
Here are the things that must be considered:

Where are you living?
What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Are you in right relation?
Where is your water?
Know our garden.
It is time to speak your Truth.
Create your community.
Be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for the leader.

This could be a good time!

There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid.
They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel like they are being torn apart, and they will suffer greatly.

Know the river has its destination.
The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off toward the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above the water.

See who is there with you and celebrate.

At  this time in history, we are to take nothing personally, least of all ourselves! For the moment we do, our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt.

The time of the lonely wolf is over. Gather yourselves!

Banish the word struggle from your attitude and vocabulary.

All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration.

We are the ones we have been waiting for.”

Yours in Humanhood

Antireptilian

 

 

 

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Oppression and the New World Order

Fellow Humans

Oppression is the act of using power to empower and/or privilege a group at the expense of disempowering, marginalizing, silencing, and subordinating another.

When we peek back into past days, we recoil in horror and incredulity when faced with examples of people living under despotic regiemes. Feudal, monarchial, religious, the forms of oppression are legion. Why on Earth did those people allow themselves to be abused under these systems ?

The simple fact is that the people grew up under the iron rod of oppression, and did not even realise the conditions that they lived in were strange. Their minds were conditioned to accept their serfdom, ingrained by a society enslaved. Man, it seems is very capable of adapting to the most heinious of circumstances. Adapt or die was a slogan I saw sprayed onto the outer wall of the Johannesburg zoo during the apartheid years. It sums it up nicely.

No sooner have we thrown off the shackles of one tyrant, then another rises like the Hydra, with a new game plan to take his place. It is an ancient story. A story we have to read in order to make our way across this crooked period of history.

Oppression seeks to destroy the natural state of mankind. His inbuilt regard and empathy with the suffering of his peers. Divide and conquer indeed. The words of men who rose against this inhumanity echo throughout time. Usually, they, Like Michael Bakunin, were imprisoned, put to death and tortured. Trapped within the dictators cage, cries for freedom are silenced and any support for these words are threatened with the dire concequences.

It is happening again. Through past trials, common man has erected defences against abuse of power. The Magna Carte, an 800 year old document, was written to protect people from arbitratory imprisonment and torture. This central pillar which led to the creation of civil liberties has been overwritten by the British parlaiment, in an unbelievable vote in the commons. A British parlaiment that has its root in a bloody civil war that made the first steps to democracy.

What then of the people. Again we see the cycle of ignorance to oppression taking place. Some are heard to say the EU offers “Human rights” while their names and transactions are monitored and encoded into centralised databases, and preperations are under way to fingerprint and biometricly stamp their identities for the scrutiny of the state. This while peaceful protest is confronted by armoured police, freedom of speech is being attacked, Habeus Corpus is removed from common law, and public opinion is cast aside in favour of an elite agenda.

The same voice utters Globalisation offers “a wider field of government that is useful for international relations” when we are participating in an illegal war, manufactured from lies designed to deceive an entire nation. While trans national companies exploit the poor and rape; plunder and destroy the world in scales never before seen, with no culpability or prosecution

Can they not see the deception being played out? or do they choose to ignore it in the vain hope something will make it go away?

The public are spectators in a play. They have partly chosen, partly been seduced into handing over the rights and power that is theirs, in favour of gadgets and celebrities. They choose themselves to be the master slave, the workhorse which is discarded when its usefulness is at an end. Think not? Take a look at our elderly and know what you are to expect from a life of service to your masters and your country.

You have the divine right to Liberty, to question, and to lead your lives as free beings together in peace.

“Still, if you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance for survival. There may be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” Winston Churchill

Yours in Humanhood

Antireptilian