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4. Society & The Hive mind
The Global Banking dynasty
In the past, power was held under the rulership of empires by the monarchs, and today these are rebranded as government and the politicians, though they are only serving the interests of the central banking family dynasties to whom they are indebted through the corrupt fractional reserve economic system, established by the Federal Reserve in the early 1900s, to keep world governments and their populations continually indebted and under their auspices of control. That way they can dictate the laws and policies, as they wish, to peddle their agenda without resistance. Today nearly very country is bought and owned by the Federal Reserve, and so nation sovereignty is illusory.
Once backed by physical gold, fiat currency has become essentially worthless in terms of its true intrinsic value. Gold reserves were siphoned and locked away in vaults, mainly in The Bank of England and Vatican, whilst it’s paper substitute became the trading standard. Fractional Reserve Banking allowed for the central banks to lend out up to ten times what they have backed in reserve, leading to excessive printing and therefore astronomical debts that are impossible to pay back, keeping nation governments in bondage to the federal reserve, who they turn to for bail outs during orchestrated financial crashes. This of course benefits the multinational corporations tied to the banks, whilst the rest of the population picks up the bill through increased taxation and austerity, widening the poverty gap as more middle class plunge below the poverty line. We have seen this during every major financial collapse, destroying independent livelihoods and increasing reliance on the state who accrue a tighter control.
Small businesses have been left to contend for the rest of the market share through fierce competition tactics that underpinned the capitalist mindset. This resulted in harsh, long and rigid working conditions with a low quality of life. People sparsely had the time or energy to invest properly in their personal relationships, families and personal development. The overwhelming majority of individuals would be working for someone else as opposed to nurturing their own unique creative abilities. The education system, financed and structured by the Rockefeller family, an alliance of the Rothschild banking dynasty, geared people to be compliant working citizens to generate as much profit as possible, which was considered the marker of success over ethical or humanitarian considerations, resulting in the unsustainable exploitation of people and resources.
The Communist Great Reset
The capitalist model was a stepping stone to communism, sold as a response to a changing global landscape, created by the social engineers themselves to manipulate perception to accept the necessity for human intervention. This is an example of The Hegelian Dialectic, or ‘problem-reaction-solution.’ A crisis is engineered to initiate a response (normally fear and hysteria) amongst the intended target population, and then a convincing solution is offered by those same manipulators who offer an alleviation of the fear through the promise of greater security and safety. These are known as false flag events, which have been wielded against the global population in a variety of ways throughout human history to keep them subservient to centralised control. In this case, the population have been groomed to become so hopelessly dependent on a system built upon economic slavery that they would be unable or unwilling to resist the restructuring of society built on a preplanned economic collapse which would see the destruction of individual and family livelihoods at an unprecedented degree, leading to the final frontier toward a planned Great Reset, courtesy of the World Economic Forum, or otherwise referred to as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’.
As noted on the UK government’s policy paper – Regulation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution:
On a global scale, Marxist ideals can be used to justify a one world order dressed cleverly as progressivism, appealing to the good nature of humans through hard to reject human values, such as environmental sustainability and global cooperation, catalysed through scientific and technological evolution, yet under communist dictatorship, the oligarchs remain in control of the decision making, and create conditions attached to such perceived transformations of society, keeping people in bondage through a technocracy that tracks and monitors its populations every activity, justified as necessary for health, safety and security, whilst convincing the global population to pay for their right to live and breathe to protect a declining environment. Such state ownership over livelihoods is a violation of Natural Law, upheld through undemocratic, oppressive laws that override core values and personal freedoms, which the population are expected to give up to the state, who can regulate their entire lives and remove private ownership if necessary.
The perversion of leftist ideologies, manufactured by the global elite, ironically, increasingly forbid exercising any free speech deemed as discrimination against an ever expanding list of ‘under represented minorities’. The media has ramped up its efforts to promote virtue signalling as a form of political correctness to encourage people to shame those who diverge from the mainstream consensus, claiming they hold harmful opinions that do not represent the majority, and which therefore constitute a form of discrimination by discouraging unity. Notions such as ‘white privilege’ and ‘toxic masculinity’ are firmly being embedded into the collective psyche, attempting to hold entire demographics accountable for the actions of a minority, ironically fuelling the division it proclaims to be battling. Through enacting anti-discrimination policies, free thinking can be made punishable by law, coercing the population into adherence to politically correct virtues that are a smokescreen for Marxist notions of ‘equality and acceptance’. This has the hallmarks of fascist dictatorships, like the Hitler regime, that used thought control to peddle its agendas, and so fascism and communism are two wings of the same bird, expressed at either extremity of the ideological spectrum.
The control of information and suppression of individuality gives rise to various belief systems that collectively fuel a communist paradigm. Individuals latch onto these belief systems to find a sense of identity and acceptance, that stem from disconnection to the authentic self. This is much like the cliques aforementioned during school, but to a greater degree of indoctrination. Such psychological manipulation, such as that outlined by Edward Bernays, is achieved through exploitation of individual’s unresolved conflicts or blind spots, convincing them they need external authority, which acts as like an extension of parental authority, substituting the lack of self-responsibility to take charge of one’s own destiny through self-sufficiency. This has intentionally been made difficult on a collective level, yet these collective conditions are a reflection of an accumulation of individual unresolved conflicts.
The indoctrination into harmful Marxist ideology, portrayed as socialism, is particularly effective amongst university students, who, owing to the brainwashing through education and popular culture, will fight tooth and nail to enforce politically correct values that they perceive as progressive, giving them the title of social justice warriors or the ‘woke brigade’. Because such far left wing propaganda was instilled from such an early age amongst the millennials, and in particular those in the Generation Z bracket, the belligerence has picked up astonishing momentum, leading to campaigning across university campuses, along with social/political statements plastered in windows and along streets. Those who challenge such views will meet an aggressive tirade from the group mob, who band together in an attempt to destroy reputations and credibility with claims founded upon their ignorance to what those they condemn are attempting to bring to awareness for important discussion. This has bred a ruthless cancel culture which is hard for an individual or group to recover from once caught in the wrath. This has had a damaging effect on the livelihoods of professionals and celebrity figures who can be tarnished through slander at an electrifying pace due to social media circulation, creating a guilty until proven innocent kind of perversion of justice.
Psychologist Jordan Peterson came under fire following a complaint filed against lecturer Lindsay Shepherd at The Wilfred Laurier University, who aired one of the psychologists lectures on gender-neutral pronouns, from a neutral position of generating student engagement about the effects of pronouns on society’s perception of gender. The complainant claimed such discussion was discriminatory and insensitive to minorities who preferred to be identified as their chosen pronoun. This scrutiny was extended to Peterson, who defended his stance that adherence to such pronouns would set a chain in motion whereby an ever unfolding list of minorities could be added to the classification for preferred pronoun use, and that enforcement through legislation and university policy sets a dangerous precedent, which also threatens free speech. After sufficient backlash from the public in defence of the two lecturers, the universities rescinded their stance and The Wilfred Laurier University issued an apology after the complaint hearing was recorded and aired to the public. Since such incident, Professor Peterson has gained notoriety for his defence of free speech and criticism against restrictive anti-discrimination bills under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
Such incidences have opened vital dialogue about the perversion of traditional liberal ideals, which are being indoctrinated into the general public, primarily through the younger generations who are more impressionable, as a way to homogenise the population through destruction of individual, national and cultural identities, brandishing any identifications as right wing extremism/nationalism. Such manipulation fuels civil conflict, justifying more totalitarian intervention, ushering the global population into submission under a global governance masquerading as collective development. This is achieved through tagging into wounds embedded within the collective psyche, triggering emotional responses. By pitting sectors of the population against one another through virtue signalling, emotional manipulation is becoming a prime weapon in the arsenal of the hidden hand pulling the strings through psycho-spiritual warfare.
This is a perversion of the feminine principle on the back of the distortion of masculinity that had bred unhealthy patriarchal attitudes that have presided over society through most of reported human history. Such manipulations are keeping the genders unnecessarily divided, hindering the resurgence of a healthy union between the masculine and feminine polarities, that would see both genders fairly represented and in harmony, appreciating their commonalities and celebrating their differences. This would enable more stable interpersonal relationships and family values, that need not be restricted within rigid conservatism, but from which respect for the individual and their personal choices would underpin community values. Just like the capitalist and communist ideologies, conservative and liberal values are two polarities from which there are positive components that can be integrated and applied, but when exploited by authoritarian control, it leads to attachments that favour different individuals at different times, often coming at the expense of the other group, who are left feeling underrepresented, which fuels negative reactions.
Two Party Politics & The Illusion of Choice
The most common way this is achieved is through two-party politics, which gives the illusion of choice through representing seemingly different, sometimes opposing ideals to the opposition party, enticing voters to elect leaders they feel best represents their interests. However, one man’s medicine is another’s poison and when the pendulum swings in one direction, this creates a resistance in the opposing direction in an attempt to try and reclaim balance. But when it swings back the other way in subsequent elections, the same problem persists just under a different guise, whilst the wider needs of the general population are not met. The population are kept distracted and divided over survival or ego based concerns whilst the political leaders representing the parties are in cahoots serving their own self-interests.
In the UK you have the dominant parties of the Labour and Conservative wings, both which have had a strong presence in previous administrations. However, under both leaderships, unjust and dishonest wars have been inflicted upon other nations and each successive government continues where the previous left off. We see the same situation with the Democratic and Republican Parties of the US. Any leader who has tried to buck this trend and restore balance has been dealt with through assassination. Two of these were the US presidents Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy, both who were aware and attempted to raise awareness about the establishments power over citizens using their financial and corporate influence, law enforcement and the military-industrial complex, that act as a barrier between the public and the elite.
There has been no serious attempts at political reform, where corporations gain immunity from the law where citizens would be prosecuted. This is enabled because the multinational corporations have so many individuals, including the politicians, reliant upon them for their income and to sustain the economy. It is rare to see a politician highlight this fact and speak with political integrity. Instead, they backtrack on their manifesto pledges and make insignificant adjustments that only benefit some people at a certain time, but have no bearing in terms of a necessary paradigm shift that would be required to restore the environment and the health and wellness of the general population, who continue to suffer from mental health issues arising from a system that puts profit over their well-being.
Nearly every country in the world is now owned by the Rothschild Banks, which means that most of the politicians are restricted in their powers in order to avoid financial collapse. Leaders, like Gaddafi of Libya, who attempted to avoid participation in the global banking system through an alternative gold backed currency, are infiltrated through a coup, labelled as a dangerous terrorist who need to be overthrown through foreign intervention to restore peace to that country. The leader is killed, civil violence ensues, resources are stolen and a puppet leader inserted who falls back in alignment with the elite’s plans. Others nation leaders are blackmailed, bribed or have direct affiliations with the ruling dynasties.
Should a viable candidate reach a position of prominence, they are unduly slandered by the media until they step down due to public ridicule, or else they may be threatened or set up in a scandal to force their resignation. It is also not uncommon for political interference, tampering with votes through manipulation of ballots, or huge campaign funding from wealthy individuals and the tech companies, as well as celebrity endorsement, all of which have the ability to sway public opinion through advertising and propaganda, which gives that candidate an unfair and distinct advantage over their competitors. There are few leaders left who represent the will of the people. Disillusionment in the wider population grows as people continue to feel under-represented and more familiar with the shady shenanigans of public representatives who had sworn an oath to serve and protect them.
Corruption in politics surpasses ordinary financial greed through dishonest tax relief and inflated wages that some people are familiar with, and goes much deeper into bloody war crimes costing lives of millions, and satanic ritual abuses that are committed in secrecy which involve the trafficking and abuse of young children. Much of this darkness is being exposed thanks to whistleblowers and victims who are coming forward to name names and shed more light on the reality of the situation. This has led to a long list of politicians implicated for pedophilia, though this is seldom reported in the mainstream media. Though the notion of political parties and constituent leaders may sound good on paper, politics largely attracts the wrong kind of individual and many are seasoned sociopaths/psychopaths hand picked for their ability to be master manipulators. For this reason we see a lot of convincing rhetoric that has people enthusiastic of the leaders legitimacy and loyalty to its population, yet society continues to regress under their successive authoritarian dictatorships.
As disillusionment grows, this discourages people from voting, which may be wrongfully classed as political apathy. Ironically, many of those who choose to disengage from the political circus are doing so because they are more engaged with the reality of politics and do not want to invest in good conscience in someone they know is corrupt and deceptive. There is an argument to be made for pledging to the ‘lesser of evils’ in order to drive out the less preferable candidate, though this doesn’t address the underlying issues that permit such candidates to run for office in the first place and still gives consent to be governed externally from someone who is not fit for such a position.
Matters of increasing importance are now being less handled by political representatives and more by unelected technocrats. This is because power is shifting away from politics and to technology as the technological age intensifies. Technocrats have far more influence over public decision making and perception in the modern day world than politicians. The rate of this technological speed is exponentially increasing to the point where computers are outperforming human cognition to a staggering degree, and in doing so, humans are becoming dependent upon machines to do more of the learning and tasks for them. As individuals continue to ‘plug in’, over time this generates a ‘hive mind’ where people utilise one mind with shared thoughts. This makes technological governance far easier, not to mention gives its controllers the ability to manipulate and implant thoughts and emotions into their subjects and seize control over their financial freedom through digitised currency and centralised credit monitoring system, part of an overarching social credit system that can only be used if the user complies to its handlers demands.
The Collective Consciousness
This is the situation humanity faces going forward and it is each individual’s responsibility to decide whether they want to forfeit their individual autonomy in favour of a centralised governance that gains its power the more that individuals consent. For the time being, politicians remain as the government but this could go in one of two directions depending on the collection of individual choices:
Should enough individuals decide that government has too much power and seek to restore grass roots influences, we may see government decentralised in favour of a more distributed system, perhaps through division into smaller communities where leaders are responsible for less number of people and their actions are more transparent and can be held to account, whilst decision making processes have to undergo sufficient public debate, reaching a decision that is fair for all. It may be that a different way of living evolves that doesn’t involve government whatsoever, but utilises the skills of the everyday person to work in harmony free from all authoritarian control. There may be a rise of communes around the world based on mutual ethics and perception.
At the other extreme, technological control will continue to render the power of politicians obsolete as the technocrats step in as the new authority, with the ability to hijack consciousness through AI and entrap billions of individuals under the control of a tiny minority. Whilst some individuals may jump at this opportunity, mistakenly perceiving it as progressive, others may not be so compliant, which will result in a dichotomous split in a population of mutual disinterest. From this, there could be a number of potential outcomes.
Whilst community values/ideals are important in any functioning society, the emergence of group think through identity politics is threatening to individual autonomy when it homogenises the population within confined perceptions and brandishes any divergences to that as a threat to the harmony of that group(s). When individuals are expected to adhere to the rules or conditions of a group, these become cults that aren’t permitted to have free thought and a self-governing destiny. This has been the root cause of all religious conflict. What starts out as a reasonable set of moral standards becomes a weapon to condemn and even kill those in opposition, and for this reason religious (and ideological) wars have been responsible for the overwhelming majority of bloodshed on this planet.
A cult is formed around a specific set of beliefs which its members have to subscribe to. This translates to particular codes of conduct and behaviour which restrict free thinking and independence. Within a cult there is normally a hierarchical structure with different levels of power and accessibility to knowledge. A lot of this knowledge is occulted, reserved only for special initiates. As you go up the hierarchy, the level of power increases, which can be used to manipulate and exploit those in the lower echelons, unbeknownst to them. There may not be full transparency of the intentions and purpose of the knowledge, which leads to distortions and misinterpretations. Though promoted as inclusive and empowering, the knowledge can be used to fulfil particular agendas and fuels division amongst those with opposing beliefs. Many religions fall into this category, as well as secret societies.
In a network there is no definitive doctrine to adhere to. The individuals are connected based on similarities such as their perception or resonance. Every individual has autonomy and the freedom to share ideas, whilst any obvious moral transgressions, such as personal attacks or deliberate attempts to undermine and destabilise the positive ethic and camaraderie of the group, can be easily identified and remedied. A network is more of a distributed structure, though there may be those with greater experience and more in depth knowledge who can act as leaders or mentors. However, this is an unanimous agreement, and the intention is to help one another develop and elevate for the betterment of themselves and the whole. There is no idolising or worshipping gurus. Everyone is considered equal in regard to their personal worth. Anyone can create a network and these networks can serve as communities that can connect with other communities. Anyone can be part of a number of networks if they choose to.
Globalisation has both an individual and community based component. When we focus on the needs of the self without giving back to help elevate others, we become caught up in a competitive and materialistic mindset that values acquisition of wealth and self-interest over spiritual connection and evolution. However, when we put the requirement for ‘unity’ before the development of the individual first, underlying issues are not resolved and another system of control can come into play, exploiting individual’s unresolved wounds and using collectivism as a smokescreen to impose a new order whereby control is still in the hands of a minority.
As long as power is retained by elite interests, there is no system or political ideology that will favour the masses. By their very nature they are wielded as tools for control and to harvest human energy for their own purposes. The old ways weren’t working and neither would a ‘new normal’. We should resist tyranny in all its forms, without identifying with any divisive ideologies. This involves moving beyond a dualistic ‘either, or’ way of thinking that has effectively kept people divided for so long and distracted from the common enemy, though the root of the problem has both internal and external components that are inseparable from a higher vantage point.
If we believe that kicking out those in power would resolve all the worlds problems, we overlook personal responsibility and the role we all play in contributing to the expression of the collective consciousness, but if we deny the reality of external control, believing that everything is just an inner battle, we allow manipulation to continue, or to take different forms, as history has repeatedly shown us through all the ruling dynasties. When we address and resolve problems on an individual level, this creates reverberations in the external landscape which can shift conditions to the degree of self-mastery and collective influence we are able to attain. Likewise, the more we raise awareness about corruption of power and all its manifestations, the better equipped we are to know what to tackle and what doesn’t work going forward. Both conditions need to be satisfied.
If we use failed past models as a framework for seeking solutions, we cycle through the same patterns and continue to remain divided over conflicting belief systems, and so it becomes more about who is right or wrong rather than empowering ourselves as individuals, uniting over a common cause and ridding the world of the tyrants whose power is only that which we give. Power comes in numbers, unifying against top-down centralised globalism dictated by a minority over the masses and this can always be identified by following the trail and understanding the singularity they pursue. This is an inversion of true community where individuals would determine the direction of their lives and where we respect one another’s right to self-determination through the expression of individuality free from a hive mind.
Abolishing centralised governance may seem unrealistic to those who have become so accustomed and dependent on external control and don’t believe an alternative would be viable, but certain individuals ready to take responsibility for self-sufficiency will have to lead the way for sustainable and healthy living through the formation of responsible communities with shared ideals. The precursor to this is the heightening of self-awareness and commitment to self-work. This is not an easy process, but is the only way of removing external power that takes advantage of people’s vulnerabilities and exploits their ego to feed a reality that works to their own demise. There is no shortcut or external saviour who can do this for us. For those that want to be governed, more traps await, and those who wish to reclaim their mind and elevate their consciousness will move toward a reality where they are more in charge. Until healing through psychological integration occurs on an individual level first, the global landscape will continue to reflect this imbalance, inviting in stricter oppressive forces as a compensatory mechanism.