We live with myriad imminent, existential threats. As time goes on, these threats seem to multiply. And indeed, as one takes it upon one’s self to look more deeply into our reality, one becomes increasingly aware of these threats. Radiation from Fukushima, a Carrington style solar event or man-made EMP, economic collapse, nuclear war or terrorism, geoengineering — just to name a few — any of these could cause a chain reaction that brings down our critical infrastructure on any given day. This list is extensive and genuinely frightening. Wherever you find yourself, there are almost certainly local issues with which you might concern yourself as well.
We respond to these “background threats” in different ways. Many of us who are aware of them at least try to hedge these risks, making plans or preparations as best we can. This year, however, things have changed.
The Beginning Is Near
As I described coming into 2016, we have reached a critical point with respect to the ability of the cryptocracy to control the narrative and, transitively, the population. What some are calling a rise in populism or nationalism is, in fact, an entirely natural response to their unrelenting march towards the consolidation power into the hands of unelected technocrats. We’ve seen this manifesting this year in Trump’s messaging, in the Brexit and other referendums on EU, and beyond.
Those who have clenched control of the world have employed every possible means to do so. It is reasonable, then, to expect that they will stop at nothing in an attempt to maintain it. These sociopathic ruling “elites,” as well, are a very real and present danger.
Like a child who attempts to tighten her grasp around Jello, their struggle is only accelerating the awakening: the false left/right paradigm has broken down this year as RINOs (Republicans In Name Only) come out in support of Hillary. The extent to which the media is controlled is belied by their singing in unison of how horrible Trump is. And the truth about the EU is being discussed openly.
This critical inflection point is painfully clear; the world we have known has reached its end. Islamic invaders have already ratcheted up their attacks to such a level that the German government proclaims its citizens should be stockpiling food and water to brace for a catastrophic attack. (If you have not read Matt Bracken’s essay, Tet Take Two, I highly recommend it, as it really lays out the cryptocracy’s weapon of choice: an unholy alliance between international socialism—the “left”—and Islam).
The edifice of the system that provides food and water to the vast majority of us has crumbled, revealing a fully rotten core, barely functioning. To continue to depend on that system for your survival is madness.
A recurring theme in my writing is the need to work towards on the reality we wish to experience, and we wish our children to experience, rather than fret about and continue studying these threats. It simply doesn’t matter how much you know about the Clinton Foundation. It’s not going to help you manifest that desired reality.
Instead, this is the time to dedicate yourself fully to actively working towards a new reality. There are different areas to develop: community, skills, property, sustainable sources of food and water, health. The task before us each is to become independent of the failing system, and quickly. Only in doing so can we remove the shackles currently upon ourselves and, indeed, all of humanity.
Strive towards this goal in all that you do, all that you learn, and everything you build. Prepare.
And God bless.