Thank you Jean! This sums up exactly what I have been saying for the last few years tjough this gentleman makes it much clearer and easier to understand than I could. I started to feel in 2011 like so much of the new age/truth movement blogging, email lists etc were like fish weirs to capture the minds that were questioning but not yet free.
One thing I noticed is the tendency to play everyone off against one another. Imho every group, organization, religion, philosophy, nation etc has always had within it two opposing forces. No matter what there are greedy selfish people and caring altruistic people. We naturally self-sort as we work toward our ideals and goals.
So some Masons set out to control the population behind the scenes and directly some of their fellows set out to liberate humanity. I pointed this out in the discussion on Agenda 21. It was a grassroots movement to stop corporations and corrupt people in government, UN etc from destroying our planet and poisoning us all. The cabal/1% crowd of course acted at the last minute to cripple it by removing enforcement provisions and placing a twenty year delay to implement it. They spent the 20 years financing an anti Agenda 21 movement to prevent the local power that Agenda 21 promotes from ever coming online.
More important than one UN supported peoples movement’s destruction is the lesson here about how the oligarchy operates. They create fake peoples movements to destroy real peoples movements. They spread disinformation to keep us polarized and reliant on false promises so we don’t rely on one another.
I’m so grateful for you (Jean) and all of my other fellow bloggers because contrary to the plan of the oligarchy we learn and grow. We support and rely on one another. We share information and love. And the bonds of community and caring are stronger than greed-whether online or off.
One thing that always inspired me and gave me hope is the integrity and compassion, the obvious caring and love that bloggers like Jean Haines and so many others blogging about the Shift have always demonstrated. I always knew even when there were episodes of drama and disagreement that underneath it we are a community and our determination to find the truth and make our world better is rooted in that-in love, caring and community.
David Wilcock appears to be so determined to see the good that it sometimes makes it easier for people to trick him and use him. But he is a beautiful person acting from love so I hope when people read this they keep that in mind.
We are all easily led when we are desperate to find good amid chaos, fear and despair. When I first started reading this type of blog, I chose to suspend disbelief as if I were reading a novel. I needed hope in order to survive the severity of my illness so I chose to shut off my intellectual abilities for a time.
Whether consciously or not I think we all do this. Whether it’s to swallow the official version of “reality” sold to us on television and in the media, or to find hope in alternatives; we often surrender to survive.
The key is we can choose at any time to make our own hope, to recall our sharpest intellect and use it to solve our personal and collective problems. That is exactly what I think this article is calling us all to do.