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Phillip J Watt lives in Australia. He best identifies as a ‘self-help guide’. His written work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook or visit his website.

Authored by Frank Hollenbeck via Mises.ca,

We currently face a monumental dilemma. How do we extract ourselves from all this excessive debt without crashing the world economy? There is a solution which is totally counterintuitive: print even more money. In other words, to get out of the deep, deep hole we are in, dig even deeper.

It is called the Chicago plan. With a stroke of a pen, money would be substituted for debt, without the negative consequences of printing money. Banking would be restructured so that it never again leads to boom and bust cycles, and most debt, public and private, could be cancelled.  It’s basically a “one time” get out of jail card for the world economy.

The plan, and there are different versions, was first developed in the 1920s and 193os by the leading economists of the time. A version of this plan was actually put on Roosevelt’s desk, and was presented to Congress for implementation in 1934.

Back then, economists realized that it was the rapid expansion and contraction of credit, not driven by fundamentals of the real economy, which created most booms and busts. This is because banks can make a loan and then finance it out of thin air, through the fractional reserve banking system- something no other business can do. Of course, central banks adding unnecessary liquidity aggravated the problem and made the boom and bust cycles worse.

An essential feature of all the different Chicago plans is that it would require banks to hold 100% reserves against deposits.

Currently, banks in the U.S. normally are required to hold between 0 and 10 percent reserves against deposits. According to the Chicago plan, banks would be required to exchange their assets for enough money to bring their reserves up to 100%. It is basically an asset swap, with the government exchanging cash for almost all the banks private and public debt. This new money in the banking system just sits there since banks have a new 100% reserve requirement, so there are no inflationary consequences of all this new printing.  An IMF paper on the Chicago plan estimates that government could cancel the entire government debt held by banks and over $15 trillion of private debt!

Irvin Fisher, a Yale economist whom Milton Friedman called America’s greatest economist, said that the plan would greatly reduce the severity of business cycles, probably eliminating booms and busts. Bank runs would be impossible, making deposit insurance unnecessary, and it would greatly reduce the amount of public and private debt.

The IMF paper using state of the art economic modeling concluded that Dr. Fisher was right, and that the plan would be even more beneficial. Real GDP growth would initially surge by 10% resulting from the elimination of many distortions.

Many Austrians would normally cringe at such a plan since it implies massive government intervention and the strengthening, although temporarily, of government influence on the economy. This, however, can be viewed as one of the few legitimate roles for governments: enforcing property rights. Fractional reserve banking is fraud (see here and here) since it generates multiple claims to the same real resources or goods and services. The Chicago plan would simply be taking ill-gotten gains away from the counterfeiters.

The plan, if structured correctly, would achieve most of what Austrian economists have been proposing for many years, and would finally set the world economy on a stable path.

First, it is important to put a wall between the deposit function and the loan function. Historically, the incentive to engage in the FRB Ponzi scheme, committing fraud, is simply too great. These functions should not coexist in the same entity. We should have deposit banks and investment trusts, which should be 100% equity financed. These investment trusts or loan banks would then be like any other business and would not need any more regulation than that of the makers of potato chips.

A very interesting feature of the crypto-currency  bitcoin is the “bitcoin wallet.” To a large degree, this would eliminate the need for deposit banks. We could have a worldwide crypto-currency, call it the Dypre (first letters of major currencies), or multiple cryto-currencies linked to gold.  Banks would then finally act as true financial intermediaries instead of the fraudsters they are today. Some of the assets in the asset swap could be bank ATMs, to be converted to cryto-currency distribution points and then sold off to the private sector.

Governments should not be allowed to finance banks – a feature of the IMF plan. Investing in a loan bank or, more accurately, a 100% equity financed investment trust, should be like investing in the stock market. You know you could lose everything. However, money in a deposit bank is there, for sure, to pay your rent and electricity bills.

Second, central banks should be abolished. Every dollar that the central bank prints is a tax on cash balances: a tax which no one has voted for. Deflation should be the norm, as during much of the 19th century. A real gold standard should be seriously considered, since governments simply cannot be trusted. There is simply too much temptation to print money to fund spending, or to use the printing press to reach unattainable macroeconomic goals. This will finally stop governments from fiddling with the economy’s most important price: the interest rate.

Finally, private debt instruments should cease to exist if they are fraudulent in nature. This is a very important since past attempts to separate deposit banking from loan banking failed because banks were able to create near money-a demand deposit in a different dress (e.g., a money market mutual fund).

Many free market economist fear that such a plan would simply allow government and the private sector to ramp up borrowing all over again. The difference this time is that governments and households would have to compete with the demand for plants and equipment (investment) for a limited amount of funds coming from slow-moving savings. Higher interest rates would quickly create pressures for less borrowing.

The ideal solution would be to link a balance budget to the plan. Governments would then depend solely on direct taxation to fund spending. The government would have to explain to the taxpayer why he must forgo his flat screen television at Christmas to pay for soldiers in Afghanistan or planes over Lybia. The average citizen would finally realize there is no free lunch, and that government services require real sacrifices.

The Chicago plan failed in the 30s because the banking cartel killed it. Today the situation is different. People blame banks for the current monumental mess we are in. If academic economists can get together behind some version of this plan, as they did in the 30s, it is possible, with public support, to bring the banking cartel, obviously screaming and kicking, to the alter of 100% reserve banking.

Inaction is not an option. Today, we are between a rock and a hard place with no good choices. We are left with the increasing likelihood of severe depressions and hyperinflations eventually leading to dictatorships. If history is a guide, Napoleon and Hitler, both responsible for millions of deaths, rode to power on a wave of discontent that followed periods of excessive monetary printing. For Napoleon it was the hyperinflation of 1790-1797, and for Hitler the hyperinflation of 1921-1923. In that situation, no one really wins.

Europe is a runaway train with a certain crash in its future. European governments would be wise to discuss a rapid implementation of this plan for their economies, before extremism takes hold again, and Europe repeats its catastrophic past.

It is essential that we start a banking revolution before it is too late. The Chicago plan would restructure the banking system leaving a world for our children that is stable without the booms and busts that have created so much hardship for so many.

​The justice-seeking community are a funny bunch. We’ve all got our differences, including the various ‘beliefs’ we have, but ultimately we’re on the same team. You’d think we would be acting like it too, but unfortunately we’re not.

It’s clear that the divide and conquer strategy is in full swing, even among the truth and freedom movements. What’s the D&C strategy I can hear some of you ask? It’s when the powers-that-think-they’re-the-overlords use informational tactics to divide the people so they fight one another, instead of collectively facing the real issues.

And god dammit they’ve been successful.

There’s covert powers who are in control? I would suggest we engage some simple logic with this one. To start, money rules the world. So, who owns the money? The banksters of course. Their scam is so brilliant that they can create money out of thin air, or better put, they can digitally punch numbers into a computer and POOF, currency is created.

Now these banksters control the central banks and therefore control the governments. Enter the two party tyranny system we call democracy. Both sides work for the same financial interests, which are not just limited to the banking industry, but the energy, pharmaceutical and media corporations too, among many others.

Essentially, we are ruled via a highly integrated corporatocracy, regardless if you understand it, or believe it to be true.

This control-system is a sick beast. It’s out of alignment with natural law, which essentially means that it disrespects the golden rule. In layman’s terms, this universal law is to do no harm, respect each others shit, honor your contracts; that sort of thing.

Because the matrix of control aims to impose their centralized global dictatorship on all of us, including the disgraceful methods they’re choosing to achieve it, they’ve broken this divine contract. Therefore, their so-called ‘power’ is undermined by their own actions.

They essentially make themselves obsolete.

But we cannot keep our heads in the sand and do nothing; we still have to deal with this layer of truth in one way or another. After all, no great organizational change occurred by riding unicorns and staring at pretty fucking rainbows.

Simply, we have both a material and energetic responsibility to face this cancer of an order and replace it with something truly made out of justice and honor.

What then, should we replace it with? Well, this is one of the million dollar questions.

Some people are fundamentalist anarchists who want zero government. Now I might be off target, but at least hear me out and then disagree with me if you wish. Personally I find that proposition unrealistic, especially until every person in every country is at some stage of enlightenment where they won’t try to monopolize, tyrannize, subjugate or apply an array of other tactics of suppression, coercion and control.

In other words my view is that we need to utilize the current operational system, at least in the transitional phase, because groups of people still exist who will fuck others over given the chance. So it makes more sense for ‘the people’ to ethically take control of the governmental system and transform it into one that honors the golden rule, at least initially.

Now I might be wrong about this, and I’m perfectly okay with that. And that’s my point; we can disagree about exactly where we go from here, but we still need to mobilize a voluntary team otherwise we’re all likely to be royally fucked.

I also see the inherent value of a money-less society because money itself is an evidence-based tool of scarcity, and therefore enslavement. It also naturally breeds excessive competition, inequality and greed. This approach could be achieved via some form of abundance-based economy, but I do realize this futurist design is unrealistic, at least in the short term.

But once again, I don’t have all the answers. No one does. I would suggest that most of us don’t want to be ruled, and therefore we’re all anarchists in the pure sense of the word, and that’s the first principle we can unite on. But how we transition to a ruler-less world is yet to be determined.

After all, oligarchical and tyrannical systems have been the norm throughout our so-called civilized history, not the exception.

So, given we need to integrate to undermine the mechanisms of the control-system, where are we at?

Unfortunately, the alternative media is in tatters. We’ve recently had a couple of big names surrounded by big controversy, causing further division. Many people are violently arguing about the shape of our reality. The conspiracy rabbit hole and it’s multiple tunnels of truth and untruth have left many people poorly focused, as well as the truth-seekers significantly divided. The competing views on Trump has also resulted in more infighting.

In addition, many people think they have their shit sorted and are ‘enlightened’, but few appear to remember they’ve continuously changed their minds and behaviors since birth. Even if they have a good idea of what the fuck is going on, many fail to realize that this ride of ‘waking up’ is a journey, not a destination.

For example, there’s a couple of quotes which have been shared tens of millions of times, which say something like ‘be the change’ and ‘I’m wise so I change myself’, but they’ve been disgraced by all those who don’t bother to truly live by them.

The hypocrisy and inaction among the truth-seekers is painfully obvious.

Yet, we’re all hypocrites to one degree or another. We’re all going to evolve our beliefs in some way too. If we truly accept that we all have our weaknesses and contradictions, and that we’ve got philosophical and behavioral refinements that we’re yet to undertake, then it makes it very easy to accept one another as comrades.

And it’s absolutely necessary at this point too. The concerning reality is that the entire freedom movement is in danger of becoming a running joke, not just to the outsider curtain hangers, but internally as well.

That’s one of the reasons why we really need to start fresh. If we begin by accepting that none of us 100% know what has, is and should be, then we will create a level playing field where we all have an opportunity to volunteer as equals on the team of truth and freedom.

If so, we will actually have a strong shot at finally unifying, which is the only bloody way we’re going to get anything seriously done.

Of course we’re already moving in a general direction, and there’s many agreements already subtly made. For example, it’s fairly clear there are certain concepts and primary targets that have manifested as a pattern within the independent media and the progressive mindsets. What follows, therefore, is a simple merger strategy that’s based on a few core values, and a few core systemic areas.

So let’s see how this resonates. In terms of values, do you personally agree with the following?

  1. We value love over hate.
  2. We value truth over lies.
  3. We value freedom over enslavement.
  4. We value happiness over suffering.
  5. We value honor over disrespect.
  6. We value cooperation over competition.
  7. We value family and community over money.
  8. We value health over business.
  9. We value peace over war.
  10. We value justice over injustice.

Sound fair? I’m going to assume that’s a yes, because otherwise you need some serious self-healing. Sorry (not sorry) to be so blunt, but your-self and your fellow man are not your enemy.

In addition, if we agree on these values, they must be applied in every area of discourse. Of course there are areas where competition for example has its place, such as sport, but there is still cooperation first and foremost otherwise the game wouldn’t even be played. So if these values can stand the test of time, that also means they will naturally dissolve any so-called rules and laws that contradict them.

In terms of the systemic issues, let’s see if we can at least agree on the Four M’s as our primary targets for change, which are Money, Medicine, Media and Management:

  1. Money should be a sovereign public utility, not hijacked by private stakeholders and converted into a transnational banking cartel.
  2. Medicine (including food) should be as natural as possible, as well as be inexpensively available to all who need it, not monopolized by the multinational giants and perverted into the toxin-rich, addictive and unnatural substances we have today.
  3. Media should be based on truth, authentic journalism and what’s best for the people, not propagandized to create minions of the failing system.
  4. Management of our society should be designed by and for the people, not by and for the corporate and oligarchical structures.

Is that fair too? Does the whole lot sit well with you? Let’s bloody well hope so.

So in saying all this, and of the thousands of people who read it, what will actually change to unite the world’s justice-seeking communities?

To be straightforward and realistic, most likely fuck all. In truth, I actually could care less if it’s this proposal either; if a group would like to design a basic unification strategy that we can agree on, please do so. No matter how it happens, it just needs to happen, and that’s the most important thing.

However, we really do need to show some solidarity, so this has been created as an opportunity for the fragmented independent media to stand together on some core values and systemic focal points. We’re all in the position to share this information through our networks too, so if you more or less agree with this strategy for unification then there is nothing stopping you from doing so.

In addition, the recent issues arising from two key voices in the independent media has further shown that we shouldn’t be rallying around individuals, but instead be binding around some very simple and key agreements. If so, we could use them as a framework for publicly debating how they relate to the behavior of governments, corporations, oligarchs and the system itself.

By continuously saturating our agreements and discussions into the collective consciousness, more and more people – working both inside and outside of the system – will be emancipated from the delusions they’ve been programmed to have. After all, people are just people, and most of them deep down want the best for their fellow man.

It would then continue as an education process for everybody who needs it, based on any agreements made. And as Max Igan suggests in the below interview, we could also organize a global day of protest to show unification around our quest for truth and freedom.

In any case, I primarily wrote this as an energetic injection because I know that somewhere lurking just beyond the veil, the many movements for truth and freedom have an innate capacity to put their differences to the side and come together as a peaceful force to radically transform our world into one of honor and justice.

Could this happen soon? Who knows; we’ve all been pleasantly surprised before.

Much love,
Phil…

For further information regarding where we’re at, and where we’re going, watch this new interview with the infamous Max Igan.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

There are just some things we shouldn’t accept in life, and this list covers some of them.

Now of course we need to convert any anger we have into some form of productive energy, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be pissed about it first. We’re not just a finite snapshot of infinite consciousness, we’re also a biological machine in which an emotional spectrum is embedded into the physiology of our body, so it’s there to be used with purpose.

After all, no great change ever occurred without a touch of anger to stoke the fire of passion and justice.

So with that considered, let’s dive straight into what should be getting your “fuck that!” on. This is just a short list of many, but it’s a little reinforcement for those who need it. And remember the golden rule; if it encroaches on your own or someone else’s freedom or health, then you are in your right to say “FUCK THAT!”

Fuck that #1 – Big Governments telling you what to do

Who the fuck do these puppets think they are? We know the governments of the world are a corporatocracy in disguise, where the banking and other corporate elites are really running the show and having their needs met over and above everyone else. Do they really think that we don’t know? Do the pollies even understand who they really work for?

Who knows. People are brainwashed on many multiples of levels, even if some of them are good people who believe they’re doing the right thing for their fellow man. In any case, governments or any organisational management system for that matter need to go back to the start and remember the golden rule too, because that law my friends is made of the divine, not man.

Fuck that #2 – Pharmaceutical monopolies drugging you and your kids

Why does humanity seem to have such a short memory? It wasn’t too long ago the Tobacco industry, among others, was caught out lying to the public, doctoring science, purchasing ‘experts’, and just generally acting like dirty leeches trying to extract as much of your life force as they could. If you really sit down and have a good fucking think about it, why would it be any different with the pharma giants?

It’s not, of course. Money still exists, if you haven’t noticed. Their so-called medicines are a toxic mess that cures fuck all, they’re suppressing natural therapies and remedies such as various plants and herbs, they’re jacking up our kids with a dark witches brew, and they’re designing our perspective and guaranteeing our support through their expertly refined propaganda and the mind-tarding of scientific minions.

Wake up to this fact world; you should be bloody enraged at the medical mayhem.

Fuck that #3 – Treating yourself like shit and then expecting someone else to save you

Why do many women expect that a knight in shining armor is going to ride in on their white horse and save them, when they’re an emotional and philosophical mess? Why do some guys demand they have a porn star in the bedroom and a lady in public when they’re not even close to reaching their own authentic potential?

People treat themselves like shit and then expect something other than that. It’s madness. They’ve got little respect for their physical, emotional, psychological, sexual, philosophical, behavioral, creative and interpersonal health, but somehow believe that someone else is going to make their life complete. If this is you, you should be fucking outraged at yourself.

Granted, it is part of the social engineering agenda, so you should also forgive yourself. You’ve been designed to lust for the material and the peripheral, not the inner fire of your being. The authentic man and woman, or put differently, the divine masculine and feminine energies, are a rarity. It’s even more uncommon to find someone who has mastered both of these vibrations within themselves.

Fuck that #4 – The money makers stealing our wealth and prosperity

Have you seen the way the world’s going? The governments (and therefore people) are up to their assholes in debt and pretty much selling out their children’s futures. Of course it’s all designed as part of the totalitarian takeover by the banksters and their multinational minions, but we’re the ones fucking dumb enough to allow it to happen.

The middle class is dying, poverty is increasing, the gap between the rich and poor is a spit in the face and the breakdown of a cohesive society is like we’re living in the dark ages. Well, in a sense that’s right; welcome to the new dark age where those putrid parasites we call the mainstream media are complicit in keeping the masses in the shadows about all the greater truths of our world.

And that of course includes that the world’s money supply has been stolen by the piggy banks so that most the profits made out of the financing of our society goes to those slimy suckers, instead of being reinvested in the social programs and community infrastructure we need to bring our neighborhoods back into some remnant of balance and health.

Fuck that #5 – Buying stupid shit and pretending that we’re better than everyone

What drugs are these people on who think that the more crap they accrue and the more power they feel makes them more important than the rest of us? Did they have a bad acid trip? Did they not get the memo which stated that real power is not just true self-empowerment, but also giving back to your planetary family?

Connecting with genuine men and women, as well as community itself, is way more powerful than pretending you’re something you’re not. Of course it’s great to have a few toys and enjoy the various layers of the human identity, but fuck, if you don’t yet understand that life is about the exploration of the self and its connection to others, as well as reality itself, then you should take a good hard look in the mirror and give yourself an uppercut.

That might sort out your obsession with your image too.

Final Thoughts

Spirituality isn’t always about rainbows and unicorns, it’s also about dealing with the real fucking world. We need to engage our emotions with the injustices of our era and transmute that energy into something of true and lasting value.

If you’re new to the business of becoming conscious, then that is definitely your area. Look deeply into the world around you and compare that with the potential we could reach. How large is the difference? Does it make you mad?

It bloody well should. The capacity for humanity’s mind and heart expansion has barely scraped the surface, let alone the unnecessary suffering that exists in our world. The ironic aspect is though that many of us do it to ourselves, even when we live in an age of information.

Seriously, we should know better.

In any case, keep your minds and hearts open and if you see something that just isn’t right, you know what to say loud and clear.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

It’s a no brainer that using our body is good for it. But in a technocratic world full of brain-dimmers like TV ‘programming’, most people just aren’t getting their sweat on like they should. That is of course unless they’re ironically into the new mind-masher called Pokemon Go.

There are many lies that are well established in regards to our food, such as what to eat to be healthy, how much to eat, what’s actually in our food, how nutrition-less some of it is and in which varities of food true nutrition actually exists. Then of course there’s the BS in the toxic mess of so-called modern medicine.

Essentially, we’ve been lied to a lot, particularly because it supports the pharmaceutical-medico complex and other corporate agendas.

Therefore, it’s obviously not too much of a stretch to think that what we’ve been recommended as the physical exercise required to reduce future health complications is also false; however, a new Australian study appears to have solidified it.

The current level of physical activity recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) is 10 metabolic equivalent (MET) hours each week, which equates to about 1.75 hours of running per week. The new study conducted by researchers at the University of Queensland suggests that we need at least five times as much:

University of Queensland researcher Dr Lennert Veerman said a significant boost to physical activity level recommendations to the equivalent of 15 to 20 hours of brisk walking or six to eight hours of running a week could reduce breast and bowel cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

“Although the first minutes of activity do most for health, our research results suggest activity needs to be several times higher than current World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations to achieve larger reductions in risks of these diseases,” Dr Veerman said.

“WHO advises a minimum total physical activity level of 10 metabolic equivalent (MET) hours a week, but the study found health gains accumulated up to levels of 50 to 70 MET-hours a week.

The researchers came to the conclusion by assessing health literature spanning several decades:

They analysed the results of 174 health studies between 1980 and 2016 and found higher levels of physical activity were linked to the reduced risk of chronic conditions.

Given the toxic food, water, air and medicine we are bombarded with by a profit-before-morality model that makes up the crony capitalism system we have today, it’s no wonder we need to go to an extra effort to cleanse them from our bodies, or avoid them completely if we can.

So this study makes sense. The more we are tainted with chemical and artificial concoctions, the harder we need to work to stop them from giving us one of many chronic illnesses. It won’t be long until we’ll have to quit our jobs and exercise full-time.

In addition, we also shouldn’t forget; it is encoded deep into our subconscious, our genealogy and our DNA that it is very natural for us to undertake physical activity on a consistent basis. And not only is it natural, it’s necessary for our health and vitality.

So as we become more aware of what’s really going on in the world, including how we’ve been enslaved to the will of our dying corporate masters, remember that getting into nature and exerting our mind-body, as well as aligning with the plethora of natural energies and therapies, are absolute must-haves if we want to prevent ourselves from contracting illness from an infested-by-infection corporatocracy.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

There’s no doubt an increasing amount of anxiety and depression in our modern world. This is partly because the standard combination of pharmaceutical drugs and mainstream psychology struggles to work. Fortunately, there are other ways though.

Before I get into how, let’s discuss why the drugs and psychs aren’t doing what they say they will. To use a pharmacological example, the anti-depressant drugs that the corporate-based, medical-industrial complex prescribes for society are designed to increase the levels of serotonin in the body. Yet as discussed in this Huffington Post article, that entire theory might be invalid:

Andrews surveyed 50 years’ worth of research supporting the serotonin theory of depression, which suggests that the disease is caused by low levels of the “happiness” neurotransmitter, serotonin.

But Andrews argues that depression may actually be caused by elevated levels of serotonin. And this fundamental misunderstanding may be responsible for inappropriate treatment.

Even if increasing serotonin was the right approach, it’s only a temporary support mechanism whilst psycho-social and physiological measures are put into place to actually resolve the problem permanently. In other words, these drugs don’t cure anything. What will cure it is holistically addressing the issues in our neurological, digestive, environmental and philosophical realms. This in turn can emancipate us from our depression, anxiety and an array of other mental and emotional ills.

For example, anxiety and depression appear to be linked to poor gut health. This is definitely not the only reason why people feel stressed and sad, yet it is basic instinct to recognize that a toxic diet which causes a toxic digestive system certainly makes it more challenging to feel good.

As stated in this article:

Micro-organisms in our gut secrete a profound number of chemicals, and researchers like Lyte have found that among those chemicals are the same substances used by our neurons to communicate and regulate mood, like dopamine, serotonin and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). These, in turn, appear to play a function in intestinal disorders, which coincide with high levels of major depression and anxiety.

And as explained in this article:

Depression is often found alongside gastrointestinal inflammations and autoimmune diseases as well as with cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, type 2-diabetes and also cancer, in which chronic low-grade inflammation is a significant contributing factor. Thus researchers suggested “depression may be a neuropsychiatric manifestation of a chronic inflammatory syndrome.”

The addictive and health-deteriorating substance called sugar has also been linked to depressive psychological states. It’s no wonder either when it has been scientifically shown to light up the same regions of the brain as cocaine and heroin. As expressed in the same article:

It’s become increasingly clear that one route by which sugar is so detrimental to your mental health is because sugar consumption triggers a cascade of chemical reactions in your body that promote chronic inflammation. Further, excess sugar and fructose will distort the ratio of good to bad bacteria in your gut, which also plays an integral role in your mental health. Sugar does this by serving as a fertilizer/fuel for pathogenic bacteria, yeast and fungi that negatively inhibit the beneficial bacteria in your gut.

On a positive side-note, this article indicates how to make our digestive system healthier:

A new study from England found that supplements that boost “good” bacteria in the gut (called “prebiotics”) may alter the way people process emotional information, suggesting that changes in gut bacteria may have anti-anxiety effects.

In terms of our environmental stimuli, our external circumstances are highly influential when it comes to our sense of well-being and the way we behave. When discussed in the context of addiction, the old idea that ‘drugs cause addiction’ dissolves and the new approach becomes ‘challenging environments amplify addictive behavior’. One such study with rats reinforces this idea here:

The experiment is simple. Put a rat in a cage, alone, with two water bottles. One is just water. The other is water laced with heroin or cocaine. Almost every time you run this experiment, the rat will become obsessed with the drugged water, and keep coming back for more and more, until it kills itself.

But in the 1970s, a professor of Psychology in Vancouver called Bruce Alexander noticed something odd about this experiment. The rat is put in the cage all alone. It has nothing to do but take the drugs. What would happen, he wondered, if we tried this differently? So Professor Alexander built Rat Park. It is a lush cage where the rats would have colored balls and the best rat-food and tunnels to scamper down and plenty of friends: everything a rat about town could want. What, Alexander wanted to know, will happen then?

In Rat Park, all the rats obviously tried both water bottles, because they didn’t know what was in them. But what happened next was startling.

The rats with good lives didn’t like the drugged water. They mostly shunned it, consuming less than a quarter of the drugs the isolated rats used. None of them died. While all the rats who were alone and unhappy became heavy users, none of the rats who had a happy environment did.

There is no doubt that an unhealthy environment – including poor parental, interpersonal, financial and societal circumstances – all contribute to our state of being, but why can some people exposed to poverty and other harsh realities still manage to be relatively happy?

Moreover, why aren’t all people with unhealthy guts experiencing depression and/or anxiety? What are the other reasons why so many people are subjected to these ongoing states of suffering?

It’s not just the outside of us which comprises our environment, our inner realm is just as much as part of it too. This includes our physical design, such as our neurology, and our mental design, such as our beliefs and philosophies.

That’s why if we truly want to overcome our states of suffering, we need to go back to the way we’re wired neurologically and the way we’re constructed conceptually. The wiring in our body-brain is an interconnected network that not just moves through our cerebral, digestive and heart brains, but also throughout our body in terms of cellular, molecular and atomic information-sharing and processing. These pathways and reference points are the physiological basis of our past – our memory – which in effect influences our present and future.

In other words, our traumas and other dysfunctions are hardwired through this network, leading to the continuation of past habits, including depressive and anxious responses to our world. So if we want to change a habit of say, poor resilience, we need to change ourselves on a physical level to ensure sustained behavioral change.

So then, how exactly do we do that? Enter philosophy and action. The way we conceptualize reality, including our lives in detail, as well as the choices we make which determine our behavior, directly impacts the neurological pathways and connections in our body, especially over time.

I can’t emphasize how important this point is. Just like our physical layer influences our mental experience, the way we construct our internal world of ideas, concepts and beliefs inevitably has an impact on our body-brain. If we consistently and repeatedly force a new way of thinking and feeling onto our bodily system, it will respond and adapt accordingly without fail.

A good analogy I like to use when describing this is when you create a new path through the forest. The old walkway is obvious and therefore easy to navigate through, but a new one isn’t. Over considerable time walking the new path it will inescapably become as easy to navigate as the original one.

Therefore, when we change our internal dialogue, our neurology and other physiology changes with it.

That’s why it’s seriously important to consciously design our philosophies and actions i.e. what we believe, how we think, the decisions we make, which ways we behave etc. We should always be asking ourselves: is our internal design beneficial to our mental and emotional health? Does it translate into productive, functional and beneficial behaviors? Is our conscious and subconscious awareness healthy for our physical apparatus, or does it impact negatively on our body-brain?

Final Thoughts

If you’re personally stuck in a rut with anxiety, depression or other forms of mental and physical health issues, taking a holistic approach to resolving them is the only way. Just changing what we eat, or just thinking more positively, isn’t going to cut it; it needs to a full spectrum response over a significant course of time if we really want to redesign our mind/body connection in a more productive and desirable way.

To do so, we must face ourselves on every level. This includes our interpersonal, physical, emotional, philosophical, psychological, behavioral, sexual and spiritual health, as well as how they all interrelate and dance with each other.

And we also need to respect the emotional roller-coaster we call life and navigate our way through the happiness and sadness with as much peace and contentment as we can can.

Ultimately, keep your chin up; we’ve all had not-so wise influences throughout our upbringing and within society in general, so we all need to go through various phases of unlearning and relearning. It might take a while to implement hard-wired, habitual and sustained changes that are valuable for our overall health, but with enough commitment, courage and creativity, it’s achievable for all of us.

Much love, Phil…

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

Whether it’s more of an innocent or willful ignorance, or even a mixture of both, the masses at large are lost in a control system that shapes their minds according to specific agendas.

We’re all exposed to it. We’re all part of it to one degree or another.

In rebellious stride, greater numbers of people are becoming more conscious of both the philosophical and systemic realities that are beyond this matrix of belief-control. Even so, we must remember it’s always a journey, not a destination, because it’s an ongoing process of mind and heart expansion.

If we’ve recognized this adventure on a conscious level, we’ll be able to easily look back and recall when we were still deep in delusion, as well as the various stages of growth we went through as we became more aware of the madness and magic. This process is important as it reminds us to not be hypocritical by condemning them, but to be empathetic and kind to those who have not yet acknowledged that they’re actually on a path of enlightenment, and that the system is specifically geared to suppress it.

So in that light, let’s take a look at the thinking of a well engineered minion of the matrix. This is simply a generic illustration to evoke a little thought and emotion in those who relate to it, as well as provide a touch of humor for those who need some relief from the challenges that we face.

 

matrix minion

 

I need to buy some new stuff. The current things that I own are just not good enough. But to do so, I need a successful career where I can be respected for the power I have over others. That means that I need to compete with those around me, for if I don’t, I’ll lose, and then my life will be a failure.

I’m feeling stressed about this, and I’m feeling unwell too. This isn’t good for the disease I have. I better go to the doctor who’ll be able to give me some more medicine which will cure me for sure. I’m so glad we’ve got such an amazing health system.

My life isn’t that bad, I guess. I get to watch heaps of good stuff on TV, I’ve got access to plenty of good food and clean water, and I’ve got a pretty good roof over my head. I can buy lots of gadgets that keep me entertained too; I can’t even imagine how primitive and boring it must have been to live in the tribal days.

There are of course problems with the economy at times, but there’s been a great recovery since the GFC and we’re back on the road to prosperity. The money system really is well designed though and its great that we’re able to borrow money from the banks to buy our own home and car, as well as start up our own business. Even though there are some corrupt people and politicians, there’s very little wrong with the system as a whole and I don’t need to do anything because there’s not much to fix.

Plus, my only priority is looking after myself.

The government is doing its best to make my life and all our lives better too, so I’m lucky I live in such a free country. The politicians in my party are working for my interests, however the other ones aren’t. I hope they’ll give me more benefits when they get their legislation in. I know they’re spying on us too but that’s just so they can catch the terrorists.

Oh god, they scare me. Those damn extremists are ruining it for all of us; it’s their fault there’s so much suffering in the world. We need to go and kill them all. If we bomb them to hell we’ll finally have peace. Well, that’s only if Russia and China stop being naughty though.

All the laws are designed to keep us safe too. After all, if it’s illegal, it’s wrong and unethical. For example, if only people would wake up and stop doing drugs then there wouldn’t be so much crime, addiction and mental problems.

Of course my depression and anxiety is kind of like mental illness, but it has nothing to do with the lack of self-empowerment and purpose I have in my own life, I have it because of my genetics, just like all of my illnesses. At least I’m smart by following the rules and being a good citizen.

The education system has never been better as well, so my kids will grow up really smart and wise just like me. Hopefully one day they’ll go to university and become a scientist or academic just like the experts that we read about in the papers. Or maybe they can become a journalist and report on the truth that’s happening both at home and abroad. I might even see them on TV one day, that would make me so proud!

I can’t believe those crazy people believe all those conspiracies too. Damn nutcases! There’s absolutely no way that the truth is being hidden from me; I know more or less everything there is to know about what’s going on, so if there were people working in the shadows who want to rule the world, I’d know about it! The most powerful person to exist is the President of the Unites States of America, period. It’s as simple as that.

I used to believe in fairytales, but not anymore. I gave up religion and now I understand that science knows basically everything there is to know about how the universe works. Now they’ve just got to fill in some of the gaps. I can’t believe I used to believe in something bigger than this, I’m so glad that science helped me to understand that suddenly there was a big explosion, gravity brought little bits of matter together and that’s all there is to our existence. So damn logical!

Anyway, enough thinking from me. Time to get some Maccas for dinner, watch the news to see what happened today, probably put on my favorite crime show and then head off to bed so I can get up early to catch the special-release pokemon in the morning.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

Dear (insert name of politician, journalist, community representative or celebrity),

I am writing to raise information with you that is important for everybody to know. It doesn’t appear that you’re aware of it because if you were, I would like to assume that you’d share it through your networks to assist achieving the real change that we need.

Before I continue, I note that you appear as a genuine man/woman who really wants the best for your community and human family. However, when you’re focusing on the wrong problems, how can you expect to find the right solutions? There’s no need to be ashamed either; the public at large have been led astray from the real questions, and therefore the real answers, which is obviously one of the problems that will be identified below.

The many issues I’m referring to can generally be captured in a few primary areas. If we deal with these challenges, then the rest of the peripheral ones will be much easier to tackle.

1) The first problem area is the corrupted money supply.

It is a complex system (or at least purposely designed to be perceived that way), but simply described it is a debt-based model where so-called governments of the world, and therefore its people, loan money from a transnational banking monopoly and then pay it back with interest.

This is in contrast to sovereign nations which used to, and still can if they choose to, issue their own currency to create an honest and productive supply of money for its people. In layman’s terms, governments don’t need to borrow money, they can make it themselves (just like the private banks do) in an economically sound way, so that it directly benefits the people. This includes ensuring the hidden tax of inflation does not occur.

2) The second problem area is private banking.

This mechanism should be publicly owned for the public good, but it’s not. Money is created out of nothing by private banking institutions, contrary to popular belief that they get it from their vaults or borrow it from another institution. For the privilege of punching numbers into a computer, they make billions of dollars each year from it, further enriching those who are already swimming in money.

Imagine if we went back to public banks being the primary methodology for banking, in which their profits are reinvested into community infrastructure and social programs? We would no doubt finally begin to actually solve the many socioeconomic issues that pervade our societies, such as poverty and homelessness. These issues are continuing to increase all across the so-called developed and undeveloped regions too, so we need to do something radically different, or otherwise there will only be the rich and the poor left.

3) The third problem area is the party model of the political system.

The current political duopoly is a two party tyranny, because both sides have been purchased by big money. Subsequently, democracy doesn’t actually exist because the left/right illusion of choice covertly represents the corporatocracy.

There are so many people who have been disenfranchised by this failed system because their voices are not represented by those who are meant to be their employees, so they believe that government should not exist at all. They might be right, they might not, but in the meantime we need to apply a mechanism to ensure that big business (including the interconnected and private banking institutions), are not having their needs met over and above everything else.

It should be a well known fact that the next step is to institute electoral reform to dissolve the party system, so that independent candidates represent the true needs of their electorate and don’t have to toe a toxic party line. Reform is also necessary to remove money from the political spectrum so that the way we design our system puts the interests of the people and the environment first, not the corporations and the oligarchy behind the curtain.

4) The fourth problem area is the complicated and unfair tax system.

Ultimately it would be great if we could get rid of taxes entirely, but that’s not viable in the short term. First, we need to have a simple and fair tax system, such as a transaction tax where all individuals and businesses alike are taxed at a flat rate every time a transaction is made.

This is an easy way to make big business pay their fair share so the average person isn’t paying up to and over 50% of their wages in tax once you calculate all of them in, not just income tax. And the great thing is, with the electronic infrastructure we have in this day and age, it could be implemented near overnight.

5) The fifth problem area is an indoctrination process we call the education system.

It’s nice to think that there are many great teachers doing the best they can, which there are, but they’re working against a model that does not equip children with what they need to be healthy, as well as active members of their community. It misses many life skills, such as proper emotional regulation and basic living skills, and essentially teaches them ‘what to think, not how to think’.

Some people say this is the parents job, but what happens if the parents never learned? I’ll tell you what happens; exactly what we see today. The failed education system has resulted in explosions of dis-empowered, confused and unhealthy young adults entering the world almost totally unprepared for what awaits them, causing the further entrenchment of toxic behaviors in our communities.

We therefore need educational reform immediately, so that instead of having good little robotic workers and expert minions who are not wise enough to question the status quo, our new generations will be truly ready to not just look after themselves properly, but contribute to evolving our social systems too.

6) The sixth problem area is the pharmaceutical monopolies.

Seriously, does anyone really think that the pharmaceutical-medico complex truly wants to create cures, not customers? How can we not collectively see that they’re using the exact same tactics as the tobacco industry once did? Simply, our medicines are full of toxins, a huge proportion of which at the very least only treat the symptom, in the middle don’t work at all, and at worst disable and kill people.

To achieve the control they have over our collective health, they use money to buy so-called scientific and medical support. Sound familiar? Of course it does; it’s just like the tobacco industry was caught out doing. They have also unscientifically demonized natural cures, treatments and therapies. Ironically, most of their so-called medicines are actually plant or bacteria based, yet they perverted them into a toxin that they can legally patent. Surely you see a problem with that, right? Let’s hope so.

The fact that their narratives have been adopted as the orthodox views is nothing short of insane. In this light, we need to wipe the slate clean and start again; our medicines have been corrupted by money and until we table this for public discussion, many more people are going to suffer, and potentially even die.

7) The seventh problem area is the toxins in our food and water.

It’s no wonder that society is so overweight and unhealthy when we are bombarded with chemically-rich products that barely pass as containing nutritious ingredients. In addition, the industrial agriculture model of generally spraying only three petrochemical ingredients on our crops has also made our fruits and vegetables toxin-dense and lacking the dozens of minerals that we actually need for maintaining our health.

Furthermore, whoever thinks that it’s a good thing to add the neuro-toxin, Fluoride, to our water supply has once again been deceived by the monolithic industrial powers. This byproduct of the manufacturing industry numbs our brains, just like most pharmaceuticals do. Both our food and water, therefore, need to be cleansed of their toxins to benefit the minds and the bodies of the people.

8) The eighth problem area is the corporate media obstructing truth from the public.

The media monopolies protect corporate interests because they’re owned by them. The simplest example I can use is the fact that only those who have done their independent research are aware of the issues presented here. In reality, this entire conversation should be a topic on everyone’s minds, being discussed in every lounge room and tabled in the media and in politics for immediate action.

The media is simply a propaganda tool to sedate the masses from the truth, as well as fulfill the agenda of big money. Until we start discussing this on a widespread scale, nothing will change, so when are we going to accept that the corporate media has failed us and that we need to take serious action?

Final Thoughts.

Your time reading this letter is much appreciated. It’s no doubt challenging for anyone to hear this information when they believe the world works much differently, but it’s always better to align with the truth no matter how hard it is to face our delusions.

One day the people and their so-called representatives will come together to sort this mess out. With so many grass roots movements each focusing on one or two of the issues above, we’re only making slow progress. But if we compile them all together and open them for public debate, we might actually start getting somewhere fast.

So, why you have personally chosen not to focus on the real problems in our system? Is it because of ignorance, or greed? Do you have honor, or not? These questions are for your perusal; I’ll leave them up to you to contemplate.

In any case, I hope this letter has inspired you to make some changes to the way you respect your position of power. Peace to you and your family on this adventure of magic and madness we call life.

Yours sincerely,

(Sign your name).

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel, or visit his website.

Waking up to the delusion of the mainstream perspective leads us on an epic adventure. We begin a serious journey down the rabbit hole and its multiple tunnels of truth and untruth, leaving us sometimes more confused then when we first began. So how are we to put into perspective the eclectic variety of claims for how our reality works in both the spiritual and material realms?

The short answer is that we need to accept that we’ll never know everything. After all, life is a journey, not a destination. When we lock this down, we have the advantage of being less likely to fall into a dogmatic position that inhibits us from continuing the expansion of our understanding, and therefore our consciousness.

When we think about the fact that we are a finite attempt at conceptualizing infinity, that we are a snapshot of consciousness and not consciousness itself, it’s an easy segue to understand that we can never fundamentally know anything, as paradoxical as that is. This is where the quote alleged to be said by Socrates comes in: “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing”.

However, obviously we can know truths on a contextual level, such as that we’re having an experience where we eat, sleep, play, learn, heal and grow, among many other things. We might even be able to consciously resonate with our ecological, quantum and esoteric interconnection with reality. Yet these and all other beliefs about what is true and what is not still exists within our construct, so do they apply beyond that? What is over and above the actual reality we co-created ourselves in?

We can’t know, of course. It’s simply all speculation. So with that established, what can we definitively know about this particular experience? As indicated at the beginning of the article, we can agree – at least if we have any inkling of idea about what’s going on – that the orthodox views of our world are either outright inaccurate, or just simply incomplete.

Regardless if we’re talking about the philosophical dogma of materialism which has hijacked the interpretation of scientific endeavor, or who are the real players in the power pyramid that truly rules over our world, there’s no doubt that what we’ve been led to believe – particularly through the monopolized media of mind control and an indoctrination system called schooling – is so shamefully disconnected from the truth that it’s one of the most embarrassing manifestations in humanity’s history.

As a side note, for all the mainstream journalists and social commentators out there, you need to know that the true leaders of our world, the ones who are at the edge of the paradigm shift and are building alternative systems based in truth and honor, have explicitly illustrated how much you’ve failed to provide accurate narratives to the world at large.

It’s time you accepted it; it’s time you joined the right team.

In fact, that goes for all good-hearted politicians, celebrities, scientists, academics and any other person who has influence over the perception of the public.

But back to the story. We contextually know that a huge proportion of the people continue to dive down into the depths of darkness and delusion. In contrast, we also know that many people are stirring from their slumber and are looking for answers to what is really going on.

A basic metaphor for the spiritual experience is to think of each individual life form as a unique instrument in the orchestra of reality. We’ve all got our own energetic frequency, our own electromagnetic vibration, that influences and attracts energy within the greater grid of consciousness.

As an entry level to the systemic realities, the global banking cartel and their multinational minions have taken control of the money supply and media, as well as the education and political systems. There are various families, with various ideologies, who make up the 0.01% at the top of the matrix of control, at least on a material level.

All that has been well established, but for the more mind-bending subjects, I offer you an interview with Greg Carlwood from the The Higherside Chats (THC). Simply, his podcasts go deep, deep down through the wormholes of investigation in an unbiased and transparent way.

Topics include free energy, advanced technology, ancient civilizations, the corporatocracy, psy-ops, false flag terrorism, consciousness expansion, computer simulation theory, 911, extra-dimensional and trans-terrestrial intelligence, magic, MK Ultra, UFOs, undisclosed space travel, crop circles, the paranormal, super soldiers, spherical earth vs flat earth vs hollow earth vs torsion earth vs larger earth, chemtrails, medicinal mayhem – you name it.

And if Greg hasn’t yet had it on his podcast, he no doubt soon will.

The highly respectable aspect of his show is that he’s not trying to brainwash anybody into thinking anything; he respectfully critiques his guests views, as well as gives them a fair opportunity to put forward their theories and evidence without expecting any particular beliefs out of his audience.

Simply, he respects our freedom to choose what we believe, and what we don’t.

His podcast really is one of the leading examples of an informational platform that is designed to get not just the alternative, but the extra-alternative theories out there for open and transparent investigation by the public. So if you’re conspiratorial minded, or even if you’re just over the sedation of the mainstream mind-washing and are curious of the views put forward in the world of truth-seeking, then this is definitely a podcast worth listening to.

Beware though, you need to have your mind well opened to even simply consider the depths of how strange our reality might be.

In the following interview with Greg, we summarize as many of the conspiracies we can with the time we had. It’s designed as a one stop shop for accessing the many doors in the truth-seeking journey.

Enjoy, Phil.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

This test will ascertain if you’re one of the many people who are perfectly designed robots of the system.

Unfortunately, most individuals have no clue about how reality works and are instead engaged in fruitless fighting against each other. How are we meant to wake these people up to the actual reality they live in before we sink into complete totalitarianism?

The first step is to encourage ourselves and others to ask the following questions. If you answer yes to them, you’ve been brainwashed by the status quo. Don’t believe me though; get your serious research on by, you know, reading books, watching documentaries and following the plethora of brilliant social commentators in the alternative media who are handing the people their freedom on a silver platter.

So, do you believe that:

1. Conspiracies are bullshit and that there’s no way information is being hidden from you?

2. Those at the tippy top of the power pyramid have your best interests and the earth’s best interests at heart?

3. Politicians are at the tip of this power structure?

4. Our governments are operating independently of this shadow structure?

5. Free trade agreements such as the TPP and TTIP are in the best interests of the people and not corporations?

6. Law equals ethics?

7. Personal freedom is fundamental to our legal systems?

8. Democracy is in a healthy state and therefore there’s no need for electoral and legal reform?

9. Politicians, academics, journalists and scientists are not compartmentalized and therefore can see the big picture of how the system works?

10. The mainstream media provides cutting edge information in an unbiased way that will reflect to you the truth about what’s happening in our world?

11. You’re going to find the absolute, no holds barred truth, via the TV?

12. The system is the way it is because that’s the only way it could work?

13. Pre-existing money is loaned by banks, not freshly created by them out of thin air?

14. We need private banking organizations to make money out of nothing for us and make squillions of dollars for the privilege?

15. A genuine people’s central bank will create hyperinflation and initiate the end of the world?

16. Money will always be necessary and that it is not a tool of enslavement?

17. The widespread suffering across our planet is not the result of the economic system, but the result of natural forces?

18. Adding toxins to our food, water, air and medicine is good for our health?

19. The pharmaceutical-medico complex truly wants to create cures, not customers?

20. They’re not using the same tactics as the tobacco industry once did?

21. They’re trying really hard to find cures for diseases, such as cancer, and that there’s absolutely no way they would suppress any such cures?

22. When near bottomless pits of money is involved in scientific ‘research’, results are not skewed to advantage the corporations funding it?

23 Natural therapies – such as meditation, herbal medicines and basic nutrition – are pseudoscience woo-woo?

24. Reality is only made of ‘matter’, consciousness is its byproduct, and you are not a powerful mind of interconnected consciousness who is comprised of both magic and madness?

25. The war-on-drugs has been intelligent and ethical, as well as successful?

26. This policy has not resulted with massively adverse impacts on society, such as increased addiction, imprisonment and criminal activity, as well as been appropriately respectful towards our natural right to explore our own consciousness?

27. The education system is genuinely designed to create little creatures of self-discovery, health, civil service and personal freedom?

28. The wars in our world have not been purposely orchestrated for more power and money?

29. Your enemy is someone in the 99.9%?

30. Or do you believe that you need to unite with your fellow man, no matter the small or large differences you may have, and work together to undermine the self-serving sickos and the system they’ve purposely designed at our collective expense?

If you answered yes to the last question, you get two thumbs up! If you’re still overwhelmed by answering yes to the previous questions, then you’ve got some study to do. If so, you know that ‘crazy’ friend that you’ve got on Facebook who keeps sharing stuff that you think is ‘crazy’?

Yeah, you might want to contact them to ask what the fuck is going on.

Much love, Phil.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

There’s so many lies, false flags, psy-ops, divide & conquer strategies, problem-reaction-solutions and an array of other deceptive tactics designed to keep us in a state of fear, focused on separate issues and fighting each other. Therefore, it’s simply sense to keep an open mind, not blindly believe what we’ve heard and remember one of our primary goals is to build the ultimate team, which is the unification of the people.

To do so, it’s important we remain vigilantly open to the truth, and each other. With so much racist rhetoric amplifying from the Dallas shootings, as well as hatred towards the Police in general, most people have been suckered into the mind-control game and are therefore focusing on the wrong target.

There are obviously rotten police officers who are on a power trip and act disgracefully towards the public. This must be exposed. There are also racist whites, blacks, browns, pinks, purples and every other color you could name, in which their behaviors should be condemned.

The various ideologies too have extremists and fundamentalists who have hatred in their hearts towards various perceived opposites. Ironically, these differences in belief are mostly superficial, because we have more primary reasons to stand together.

The Basis for Uniting

Of course we don’t need to think the same, feel the same and believe the same; the plethora of cultural and individual uniqueness offers a rich tapestry of creativity and passion to our world. Yet, we should always remember that beyond all that noise, we are all interconnected and interdependent on our Mother Earth, and in the universe.

We can view our intimate connection with each through various prisms, such as ecologically, quantum physically or even spiritually. In this light, anyone who truly believes that only one religion is the right religion must believe in a fallible god, because why would he/she/it only make the teachings accessible to a select few over the long course of humanity’s history?

That is obviously a ludicrous notion and goes completely against the spirit of all religious and spiritual teachings. The reality is there are many ways to climb the mountain; we might be taking different paths, but we’re all striding towards the same peak.

The other way we can recognize our connection with each other is that all this mess – all the socioeconomic issues, all the disintegration of community spirit, all the ignorance, all the inequality, all the suffering – it all traces back to the global banking cartel and their multinational minions. Of course the political spectrum has also been infiltrated by the oligarchical order too, so it is this trinity of tyranny that we must direct our primary and undivided attention to.

Redirecting Our Focus

This toxic system, the one where our money supply and mainstream media have been stolen to act as the primary mechanisms to hijack of the minds and behaviors of the masses, is where we need to be as one united force, together, directing our energy. To be successful in taking back the control of these public utilities, we need to continue helping those around us to understand our true agenda.

The people are simply not organised enough yet for any widespread systemic response; they’re just too ignorant of what’s going on so unfortunately they will just happily accept authoritarianism in an overt form if it ever came down to it. Moreover, most of us are just too sedated by the propaganda and mind-control tactics to have any idea what’s happening behind the scenes, including celebrities and many so-called experts such politicians, journalists and academics.

But many are waking up to the theft of our system too. For example, there are high numbers of police, military personnel, politicians and bureaucrats who are well aware of the truth regarding the pyramid of power and its associated loss of sovereignty for the people, but they’re organizing behind the scenes and biding their time until they’re needed to rebuild the system.

Simply, there are many people within the control-matrix who know that choosing the side of the people, and not the oligarchy, is the only ethical choice. The truth has hit home to so many people who don’t speak out about it, simply because of their position.

The reality is we only see the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the fight for freedom, so we can’t be too gung-ho. It’s important that we maintain a rational and peaceful response, and then do what’s needed, when needed.

In addition, look at whats happening in France right now with the widespread protests against the establishment. We can only hope that more Americans take note. We need a US led uprising in as peaceful way as possible, otherwise the oligarchs are prepped for a forceful response.

They might do this militarily, or even economically. The private central banking scam and it’s creation of massive bubbles in debt, bonds, housing and stocks, as well as a global money bubble in general, is slowly unwinding, which they will undoubtedly use to their advantage.

World Currency

The cover of the Economist Magazine on January 1988 indicates a world currency in 2018

We know that’s their plan anyway. The hope is that they need to incrementally destroy the economy to slowly implement their new world order, because they realize a swift transition via a complete collapse isn’t possible with the global infrastructure they’ve got in place. If so, that means we have the opportunity to create more awareness, more mobilization, and more resistance to their totalitarian goals.

And we’ll need to capitalize on it.

Ultimately though, they will fail, even if they have small successes and we have darker days that await us. That’s because the paradigm shift we are experiencing is fundamentally an energetic transformation, albeit a long one.

Engaging Locally

As we watch this giant monetary ponzy scheme continue to die, it’s always a good reminder to mention the importance of getting to know our local community, as well as involving ourselves in it. We’ve been doing it for eons. The current social irony of living on top of each other in urban legolands, whilst being so disconnected from each other, really is unprecedented in humanity’s civilized history.

We have always had community. We have always had tribe.

The original peoples of Australia, for example, which are the oldest known living culture on earth, were not only a series of civilized societies with agricultural and technological capacity (contrary to mainstream belief), they also survived for tens of thousands of years through all sorts of natural and artificial challenges. This was simply because they worked together as a team.

In this modern moment, when we are so hopelessly dependent on the system, this is no doubt a practical lesson we should be taking serious heed of. For sound measure, we should also be deeply learning from their philosophical sophistication too.

Therefore, regardless of what happens with our rotting monetary and banking system – which has been the direct and indirect cause of so much suffering all over our planet – connecting with each other to re-localize our lives, including how we access our food and other basic necessities, is always going to be a wise move in this toxin-rich era we co-created ourselves in.

Plus, we get to interact with so many great people too.

Final Thoughts

We all need to take a serious chill pill. We need to be intelligent and wise in our response. We also need to continue building on our solutions. After all, the people’s union is still in formation and therefore has much more growth to come.

Furthermore, there is simply no justification for any random violence, especially the actions of those snipers, regardless if they were false flag agents or real protesters. All the people who assist the perpetuation of the toxicity and delusion – including journalists, police, politicians and academics – are just people. There is no doubt that if they truly understood what they were actually standing for, the strong majority of them would change sides in an instant.

We already have so much division throughout our world, so this is the chief challenge we must reverse. That includes not just helping those who subscribe to the mainstream mentality to realize the truth, but also those who have unknowingly sold their souls.

The reality is the battle for freedom is an ancient one, so while we might be getting frustrated with the blatant takeover of our global community by the psychopathic shadow order, we must continue to educate, expose and unite. When all the stars align, the right movements will occur naturally, just like the Occupy Movement. And when the time comes – when Occupy 2.0 is ready to roll – we’ll know what to do.

Much love to all the victims of the senseless and unnecessary tragedies occurring right now across our world.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phillip J. Watt lives on the East Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.

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