Browsing: The Matrix

‘This 2014 Wembley presentation is your opus to date. Amazing clarity, great HD, great sound, and the most amazing dot connecting and clarity of thought I have ever heard. I have read and listened to most of your work, but the way this one culminated and played out was borderline magical mate.’

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Prepper

‘These days the world is a scary place to live in.

If there’s not an asteroid on its way to obliterate us or terrorists plotting our imminent downfall, there’s the dangers of giant online data hacks or complete economic collapse.

But when the end does arrive, there are a few people who aren’t just able to cope with the apocalypse – they’ve been actively preparing for it.

These people call themselves ‘preppers’ or ‘survivalists’ and they belong to a vast underground community. When the ATMs stop running or the internet goes down, they’ll be the ones that make it out alive.’

Read more: ‘If the internet goes down, half the planet will come to a standstill’: why ‘preppers’ will be the last ones standing

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‘With the passage of a new law this summer mandating vaccines for schoolkids in California, home school advocates and organizations say they are seeing surging interest in off-campus education options that would exempt them from the requirement.

“The word on the streets is that, yes, people are coming to home schooling,” said Sarah Ford, membership director for Sonoma County Homeschoolers Nonprofit in northern California.

The controversial mandate, co-authored by state Senator Richard Pan, a pediatrician backed by the California Medical Association, requires any student in public or private school to have 10 vaccinations as an attendance requirement, with some exceptions for medical conditions.’

Read more: California home school interest surges as parents look to sidestep vaccine law

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‘Home gardening is a deep-rooted (pun intended) American tradition. Since the nation’s beginnings, gardens have formed an integral part of the landscape, providing healthy, fresh food for millions of families.

Home gardens are a way to save money, increase self-sufficiency and make sure the food we eat is organically grown and free of pesticides and other chemicals.

Unfortunately, there has been a growing trend towards criminalizing home gardeners, but the good news is that more and more of them are successfully fighting back against government attempts to pronounce home gardening as an illegal activity.’

Read more: Government intensifies persecution of gardeners in attempt to criminalize self-sufficiency

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‘I believe in many conspiracies and have found that they exist all throughout history. From false flag operations to ruling class figures that sit behind governments, to the corruption of societal institutions, and even radically different versions of our close and distant history. These things do exist, and they do exist everywhere; however, there are many common threads of “conspiracy culture” that I have found to be paralyzing and counter-productive. In this article, we are going to specifically discuss fear, in regards to activism and conspiracy research.’

Read more: Overcoming The Fear Trap In Activism And Conspiracy Research

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Prison-Control“I can build you a perfectly safe city, but it will look like a prison.” Who said that?

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh (pronounced “Jay”) Johnson recently, following the “failures” of computers at the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines and The Wall Street Journal. Of course, those events – which occurred nearly simultaneously – have since been seen as likely cyber attacks.

But Johnson wasn’t finished. Speaking at the Center for Security and International Studies, he also said this:

Cybersecurity involves striking a balance. I can build you a perfectly secure email system but your contact will be limited to about ten people and you would be disconnected entirely from the Internet and the outside world.’

Read more: You are already living in a ‘free-range prison’

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Scientism

‘Ours is the great transition age. For the masses, the glowing assumption is that the transition and transformation age we are undergoing is the work of a long, evolutionary process of “natural” “progress.” Wandering about their bubbles, these presuppositions never go challenged or examined, having dobbed their cafeteria plate lives from a long string of newsbite phrases and empty slogans overheard in establishment schooling. “We are evolving,” and “We live in an era of change,” and numerous other advertising blurbs that underlie modernity’s plastic ideology actually form the basis for most of humanity’s worldview. Yet are any of these assumptions actually true? Are we in living in an era of “progress” and “human ascent”?’

Read more: The Age of Transition and Scientism Fraud

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‘Is the famous conspiracy about a secret government that runs the world completely nonsense or does the idea actually have any supporting evidence?

Conspiracy theories — hypotheses claiming that historical events could have occurred due to the nefarious actions by hidden parties — still remain largely neglected by researchers and considered as implausible and irrelevant.

On the other hand, conspiracy theories usually attract a lot of attention from a wide array of people, prompting heated debate on issues ranging from the world’s shadow government to the chances of an alien invasion taking place. While most researchers do not take these theories seriously, some scholars insist that they do deserve attention.’

Read more: World’s Secret Shadow Government: Conspiracy Theory or Frighteningly Real? Er, Real

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