The last post was dedicated to the world elite. Inconspicuous folks with huge roles. Note, the world elite is also called Illuminati. Majority of them are Freemasons. However, not all Freemasons are Illuminati!
Today I want to talk about how the stuff that Illuminati does affects you.
In a nutshell: what already has been done with food, banks, schools and hospitals makes about 90% of people live near the “edge”. I’ll explain in a second. Also, it’s important to understand that this is not a side effect of their thirst for power and riches. That’s precisely what they want for ordinary people.
Living near the “edge”
Majority works five days per week. And still there is not enough not to think about money. Usually it’s only enough to support more or less comfortable physical existence. And, obviously, pay debt. Even if there is a decent income, there is little time to enjoy it.
It’s precisely this lack of time and money that prevents one from getting out of routine and question what’s around them:
- Why nasty modern food is not only allowed but encouraged? Good food is a pillar of good health. Somebody doesn’t want us to be in good health
- Why schools are just a matter of memorization and reciting? Why students are penalized for non-compliant ideas (with bad grades)? This should only speed up the progress
Lack of time and money also prevents one from going deep into their inner self and ask:
- What are they good at?
- What do they enjoy?
To put another way, it prevents them from developing their talents and interests. Imagine how humanity could progress if everyone only worked on what they are good at! By practicing and excelling their trade, everyone could also support themselves and their families. This is what would make people truly happy and free.
Sounds like nothing special. There are people who earn a living by doing what they enjoy. Yes, but it’s a drop in the sea compared to those who don’t. In fact, many work for companies and institutions owned by the world elite. Shell, BMO, Safeway, FedEx, Walt-Mart, funny, even Harvard University. This way unknowingly supporting the elite…
The point that I want to make
When people are healthy, happy and think relatively independently, they are difficult to keep under control. Unjust control, to be more accurate. They would make carrying out the plan very hard if not impossible.
So, for this reason, today, every effort is made to keep people just healthy enough to be able to work for a full day. And salaries large enough to pay the living expenses plus a little extra.
On the other hand, if people are too bad off, they get out into the streets and protest. To prevent this, the elite once again copies Romans. Remember, bread and circuses? That’s one of the reasons you see food and entertainment on every corner. Give them bread and circuses and will never revolt… That’s where most of that extra time and money is largely spent on. I want to express what I think about this. Nowadays, the better half of all near-divine energy, feelings, inborn strive for goodness, abilities, pristine joy is reduced to that feeling that we get in movie theaters, clubs, and bars while watching nonsense, eating pseudo food and drinking alcohol. That’s reality. Which I’m sorry for.
Now, “who is to blame?” question is a waste of time. Although a good answer is not as obvious as it seems. “What to do” is better. Below I’ll list a few things to trigger some thinking in this direction.
Suggestions and thoughts
- There is Internet. Even off-grid Internet is reality nowadays
- I don’t think in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread really applies today. Self-sufficient, high-yielding permaculture farms have been around for quite a while. They are especially popular in Ireland (summer is short and it’s not that warm there). No need to sweat all day pulling out weeds and watering
- Self-sufficient (and affordable) houses are on the market now
- Electric cars can be charged off-grid
- Bartering has not become extinct if you want to go that far