By John Brindley - Staff Author
CONSPIRACY theorists, or truth seekers as I prefer to say, are often criticised for raging about what they are AGAINST rather than stating what they are FOR.
We highlight Government corruption, the New World Order Agenda, VIP paedophiles, tyranny of The Crown and much more – and with good reason.
But what would we put in place of the current system?
I can’t speak for others, but here are a few ideas. These are seemingly far removed from the mainstream of today’s world and yet so easily accessible.
In the words of the brilliant John Lennon, ‘you may say I’m a dreamer; but I’m not the only one; I hope some day you’ll join us; and the world will live as one.’
The first element in my vision for a new way of life is free energy,
Reviewing our gas and electricity bills, we are encouraged by the power of marketing to look at our options. Perhaps a switch to another company might soften the economic blow.
But IMAGINE this, free energy powering not only your accommodation but your transport. This is no technological pipe dream but seven decades overdue.
It is one of science and history’s worst kept secrets that the brilliant Nikola Tesla was at work developing systems to harness ‘free energy’ when he passed away in New York in January 1943.
His papers were then ferreted away by the Americans and presented to the corporations. How did they fancy losing their financial power base? Not likely, so Tesla’s work was put on permanent hold and individuals attempting to patent such technologies have been destroyed
Nevertheless, it can be done. There is enough energy in the ether where I am sitting now to power the United States and it belongs not to the corporations, but to us, the people.
There are two ways of doing this. Wait for the current control system to crash when ‘the world will live as one’ or to forestall this by setting up communities literally off the grid. And the latter is already a reality today.
‘Free energy’ is the best antidote to world poverty and war. So, again, the elite will never advocate it. Poverty is a rich man or woman’s business opportunity, war is one of their top earners and key to the few increasing their control over the many.
When physical needs are met, the desire to conquer the neighbours we reclassify as ‘enemies’ reduces, especially when my second key to a new world is introduced.
IMAGINE there’s no money. Instead of collecting wealth and possessions, we have a means of exchange and barter as we meet each other’s needs.
Everyone lives in credit as the old ways of creating money as debt are consigned to bleak history.
Food is grown locally on the land leading to improved health and well-being. Our chemical, processed diet is thrown into the bin. Bad news for the pharmaceutical companies, but good for humanity.
As countries become obsolete – yet another direct reference to Imagine – government dies too. Farewell and good riddance to Westminster and The Crown, sovereignty will be back in the hands of those it was given to in the beginning – human beings.
No more wage slaves or mortgages as accommodation is naturally free. More time for exploring the land, expanding our minds and true learning.
Religion, as Lennon says, is another casualty. As people have the freedom and time to get to know themselves and the nature of reality, it’s time to serve notice on that fierce old man with a beard bombarding us with judgements, rules and restrictions. Not that he has ever existed save for religious texts and our embattled minds.
Health will be viewed in a new light. A holistic focus on keeping us well rather than treating and making profits from our sickness.
Laws and regulations greatly simplified in line with Common Law and the Magna Carta rather than our artificial judicial system. Emphasis will be on not causing harms to fellow human beings rather than a tick box penalisation to rake in more cash for The Crown.
This, I believe, is the true ‘one world’ that we crave, the very opposite of the globalist agenda.
Power given back to individuals and away from governments and corporations.
Time for ourselves and our loved ones rather than serving our masters in a desperate bid to make ends meet.
This is why we rant and rave against the system. Because it fills our lives with problems and obstacles whilst serving primarily those who designed it.
Here are the inspirational lyrics of Lennon’s song, penned to the backdrop of the war in Vietnam.
He was murdered because the system craves war rather than peace.
But his words are eternal.
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