Zombie Drive-by Liberty is earned through eternal vigilance

20Oct/100

Are you ready?

The system of the old world was mostly called capitalism and, in short, it trains disresponsibility. It allows people to pay others to do the things they don't want to do, and consequently they're allowed to escape the unsightly things that enable their lifestyles. A consequence of that is; what enables their lifestyles is allowed to grow behind the scenes into a monster that not even its creators can love. The ugliest creatures on this planet can be found where there is no light, like at the very bottom of the ocean and in ostentatious mansion complexes.

We think we're pretty great with our concrete box houses and our fossil fuel-burning contraptions. Our music boxes can hold thousands of mass-produced offerings from the likes of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry and, most importantly, it can do so without throwing up. We don't talk about Britney Spears any more because she's like sooo yesterday. Like, omigawd. We're so awesome, we spend half our waking lives doing things we probably wouldn't do otherwise, and whatever's left we spend consuming things generally made by people who'd rather be doing something else. The only place left where we can still reliably find some semblance of passion or life force is in carnal pleasures, that would be just another Wednesday if it weren't kept just out of reach. If you want access to that lusty face and those perfectly round, airbrushed tits, you're meant to go out and do whatever it takes to get a Ferrari or something similar, because it's well-known that pantywallets are magnetically attracted to them. If you have "tits", you better hope they're perfectly round or you'll have to make them appear that way, the same way that While E. Coyote paints a tunnel on a rock face to trick the Road Runner. You have to be able to flash that fake smile at a moment's notice, and the next second be able to fake sadness, disappointment or an orgasm. Do it now or you'll be alone forever. Nobody will like you.

Things might've gone on this way until the end, if life were what we've been told. What you're about to see is what is referred to in mainstream media language as a perfect storm. It is what happens when all the chickens come home to roost at the same time. I will no doubt be surprised many times by the magnificence and the irony of it all in the near future, but one example may go like this: The people we paid to slaughter animals all day long finally accept that we really are no better than just another predator in the animal kingdom, and as a result will have no qualms about stringing up a squealing banker and doing them kosher style. In the end it's all just cause and effect.

The system of the new world is called survival of the fittest. If you're too fat to run and one of these days you need to move quickly to stay alive, then I've got some bad news for you and good news for the rest of us. Good news, because food is going to be scarce, and there won't be enough to maintain your Jabba the Hutt-looking ass. These things don't come from some magical realm beyond this world, they are right under our noses every day. We call them things like body language and coincidence. We know that the language of science—on which we now rely for all our explanations—can touch but not grasp these things, but we also know that these things have some power we can't quite explain. We are about to get schooled on the things we thought we'd left behind, and we can get our lessons either the easy way or the hard way.

10Oct/100

What’s up

Life is composed of cycles spinning around larger cycles, spinning around even larger cycles, and so on and so forth. These can also be observed as waves arriving at different frequencies, their peaks and troughs interacting to produce a pattern unique to when it is observed. Every once in a while, the conditions are right for most or all of the peaks to line up. The resulting increased energy state manifests in the world created by the interaction of these waves as excitement, which in turn manifests as a change or transformation of this world. I believe that we are experiencing the lead-up to such a shift right now.

All money in our economy has been issued with interest by those who have the resources to issue it. From the very moment the first amount was lent, the amount that needed to be paid back to settle the loan was more money than actually existed. Without further loans being issued then, it is impossible for the loan to be settled as agreed. This applies to resource or gold based economies as well as fiat or paper money based economies. To keep this system from collapsing in upon the truth of itself, either more loans or more resources need to be continuously "created," or else the people inside the system would have to admit that we've been had.

This is how, over centuries, the institutions that began this death spiral have been able to extract more and more from everyone by doing nothing more than maintaining the appearance that the system benefits everyone, when in truth it only benefits those who made the loans. Much time and effort has been applied to hide the fact of the matter, and as a result, finance has become by far the most obfuscated field there is.

Life exists because it fills a perfect balance of strength through attraction in a hostile environment. In a temporal sense, nature and parts of nature survive because they are continuously tested and forced to adapt or be destroyed. We've had ample time to build anything of our choosing, and now the squeeze has been applied to see which of these things have been built on the principles that have enabled life to endure all.

We've been brought increasingly face to face with the monster we've been feeding because of the excited state we now exist in. Many have been shown the truth of this system, by finding themselves in debt and yet in ownership of nothing with value. Energy or light is being released by the interaction between the many elements, and the financial system cannot stand up to this scrutiny because it is based on a lie, something which can only survive as long as it can be hidden.

I was planning on doing a predictive post on the things you can expect from these crumbling institutions, but there are now simply too many variables. This is a good thing, since it also means that anything is now possible and the only thing standing in our way is the limit of our trust in something better. One thing you can be sure of is that they will make a play to re-assert control, because that is the thing they are most afraid of losing. Another false flag attack seems the most likely candidate, since it serves the dual purpose of excusing the further erosion of non-profitable human rights and the escalation of exceedingly profitable war.

It's too late for their beloved monstrosity. Their worst fear has already been realised: The truth of what they've been up to has already grown far beyond their control. Reacting in fear, they will now proceed to make ever greater mistakes. The larger the scale of their next attack, the larger the margin for error will be. Can you imagine a greater and more obvious miscalculation than World Trade Center building 7?

Fearful and superstitious offerings like Christianity have turned many aware individuals away from faith, by association. In truth, love is the only thing strong enough to grow through the darkness of oblivion. Anything not based on it can only eventually shrivel up and die. The system we are operating in is so far removed from anything that matters that the answer only exists in most of us as a barely discernible spark. Every form of control of varying subtlety in our society has been designed to counteract this force, and there is no way to escape this control without trusting the light within ourselves.

7Oct/100

What’s worked for me

Depression used to be the easiest state for me to reach, in fact I would go so far as to say that for most of my life it was my default state of being. There's an idea called depressive realism which suggests that those with a more accurate view of life are more prone to being depressed, and for a long time that was the truth of my life. I could see the facts that people forgot to include in the decisions that informed their actions and their lives, and I could see that most people prefer to block out uncomfortable thoughts rather than confront them. This led to me feeling alienated from pretty much everyone I came into contact with, and I felt surrounded by stupid people. But as the conspiracy theorist saying goes: "That's what they want you to think." When you focus on the differences, that will be all you see, when in truth the similarities are much more numerous. Feeling alienated from everyone, I allowed myself to escape the fact that I am also a stupid person. While I despised the habitual devotion to a system that destroys our souls while funnelling all profit to the lowest lifeforms on the planet, I was allowed to ignore the fact that I myself did nothing but go along with it.

On a lark, about a year ago, I decided to stop drinking coffee and see what happens. Within days, I could tell that I suddenly had more good days than bad. This apparently is related to the amount of water a human body has stored up. Too little, and your brain starts feeling like Eeyore. Turns out, anything you drink that's not water needs to be flushed from your system, and your body uses water to do it. Alcohol is the worst offender here. A hangover is nothing more than the effects of dehydration.

Fluoride is another can of worms you may not know about. It's a substance more toxic than lead, and it's been proven that consuming it in less than lethal doses makes people stupid. The history of fluoride, shortly, is that industrialists found a way to sell a useless by-product of aluminium mining–fluoride–to the government for a huge mark-up, by convincing the public through newspapers that it prevents tooth decay and is therefore good for you. Fluoride also causes bone damage and docility, but I'll leave the research to you, if you dare. I had assumed, very stupidly, that the damage had been done, that I would be a fluoridated zombie forever and that the best I could hope for is damage control. A few weeks ago, to see what would happen, I switched from (fluoride) toothpaste to salt. Turns out it's actually the abrasiveness of the paste that cleans, and that salt–being more abrasive–cleans better. Within about two days, motivation unlike I have ever known in my life began to manifest itself.

It's difficult to tell whether this came directly from the decreased fluoride consumption or from the exercise I've started doing since, but it was an unexpected and very surprising effect. Now, instead of getting off work and indulging in some mental masturbation by watching a movie or playing something secreted from the anus of EA, I work on one of the many projects I've started in the last few years, something I could never find the motivation to do. It still amazes me, since my mind has done a complete 180, yet I can't really tell what's different.

One of the effects of our minds is that we can have all or most of the pieces, but we're generally not inclined to put them together. It's been difficult for me to tell where changes on a global level end and where personal changes begin. Since I found that once you change your mind you change the world, that line has blurred considerably. It would appear, though, that it has now become the time to build.

6Oct/100

Bang

US President Barack Obama leans over the lectern after the Presidential Seal fell off and hit the stage during his remarks at the 2010 Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington.

"Don't worry, folks. I'm sure that's not symbolic of anything."

15Sep/100

It’s not over until…

The fat lady sings

The old world is gone, in my opinion. You may say goodbye, but it can't hear you.

Chances are, if you found this you've probably heard recently about things like the new world order, planetary population reductions or the shape-shifting reptilians that are supposedly behind it all. There is a nebulous cloud of information out there and disinformation dwarves the truth by several orders of magnitude. Truth is, once you've caught a whiff of the atrocity at the core of the crumbling monetary system, you will believe just about anything about those who run it.

If you made a chart that showed the volume of empathic ability possessed by every person on the planet, it could be assumed that the product would be a bell curve, just from statistical distribution. With the most marginal extremes at both ends, on one side you would find the most loving and generous people, while at the other will dwell the most selfish and fearful creatures ever to not see the light of day.
Normal distribution: The design for life
The monetary system, that is, a system that is based on bartering or the illusion of equal trade as opposed to simply sharing, is the result of the idea that we are all separate, sovereign beings. In truth, the one and only constant in life is attraction, which in turn results in the fractal of experiences that is available in it. If you go back far enough, everything observable comes from the same source. Not that you need to go back that far to see that the difference between white and black people is tiny compared to the difference between either and a possum, and that the difference between a possum and a person is tiny compared to the difference between either and a rock.

Through fear we have been led to believe that we are all separate, that our individuality makes us sovereign. In this world right now, you have to be extremely careful just to not end up with a nemesis. The jews, republicans, hispanics, tree huggers, lesbians, cagers and the trekkies are all just aching for you to hate them. All groups zealously defending their wonderful little arrangement of life that, it is assumed, no one else could ever understand.

This concept of life as I have used it can be understood in many ways. Some choose to call it God, while the more scientific approach might be to define it as a natural force of attraction called love. Unfortunately, both of these terms have been contaminated almost beyond recognition by people who wish to deny this force, so more suitable terms are life or trust. It is both a thing as it is a rule or an imperative, which manifests because it could not exist any other way. Every creature on the above-mentioned curve understands this on some level, or they would not be on the graph. Nothing exists that does not share at least some measure of life.

The insanely selfish people that fall on the one side of our imaginary bell curve choose to deny this singular truth because of their extreme fear, or hate. As a result they act as they believe, with exceeding selfishness and destructive will towards every other part of life. Life allows this because it is flexible and curious--it is loving.

One thing anyone who's ever spent time in the bowels of a monetary system probably understands, is that the less regard you have for the well-being of others, the more money you can make. Understand that this monetary system has been running for a very long time, and all it's had to do over the hundreds of years of its existence is to make the extraction of profit ever more effective, and to pervade the most heartless beings to the highest echelons of its control.

The bottom line is that, by now, every money-based organisation or institution operates under the unwritten rule that more money is better. Think about any facet of the civilisation that is unceasingly minced through the TV: More money means more options. What we ended up with is a system which awards power to those who seek to destroy everything else for their own benefit.

The irony of what these selfish people--let's call them the mammonites--seek is that they need everyone else to accomplish it. Everyone else either needs to trust them or to become like them to play along with the monopoly that their contemporaries have created. Their power, such as it is, relies entirely on the people's willingness to believe in it. This has worked as long as it did because up until now there's been a balance between the trust and the hate. But the earth has entered a critical period. It's no longer as easy to follow the old patterns, and my feeling is that this is just the beginning.

2010 has been the world year for records. In many places, decade- or century-old records have been broken for minimum winter temperatures, maximum summer temperatures, highest and lowest rainfall. You may have missed the large and sometimes devastating earthquakes and/or volcanic eruptions recently in Haiti, Chile, Indonesia, New Zealand and the Philippines, or the floods in Brazil, Poland, Pakistan and Australia. It's difficult to tell now, but things weren't like this in 2009. The production of staple foods, which has kept those who have least sufficiently alive and satisfied, has already been greatly diminished by unusual weather, to name just one effect.

The mammonites, of course, have more than they could ever spend, and yet they will never have enough. They cannot help themselves, it's all they know. The banks have not only stopped lending, but they have been calling in their loans. Since everything from personal to government spending in the most "developed" countries has generally been based on debt, the wheels of this monstrosity have all but stopped. The governments, as corrupt and short-sighted as ever, have decided to address this problem by paying all remaining public funds directly to the institutions that created the mess. As a result, most countries are broke and the only thing they can do, since the banks won't lend, is to attempt to take another country's resources. Incidentally, a world war would be very profitable if you happen to be on the board of directors of several "energy" and arms companies. Owning most of the media probably wouldn't hurt, either.

Through centuries of applying various forms of control to increase profit while decreasing revolutions, they have attempted to breed just the right kind of slave: A selfish creature meant to be closer to animal than human. They have succeeded with a certain portion of the population and, having forgotten the laws of nature, pushed their atavistic creations into a mortal corner. Given the situation, there really is only one thing that can happen next.

The voluntary slavery system known as the international economy has been rotting from the inside ever since the trust to fear ratio reached a critical point. Now that it's begun, the cycle will only reinforce itself until eventually there is nothing left of the world we once knew. Every person in this meat grinder has to decide whether they are going to speed the sinking of the ship by taking on more gold or if they are going to get as far away from it all as possible.

There is no easy fix for dealing with the darkness that has saturated our lives. Even now, when many of the beings that constitute the mammonites come from a certain group of people, a group who calls themselves the jews, it would not help much to marginalise or attempt to destroy this group, because as our twisted society has demonstrated, greed is an option that is available to everyone. It was by attempting to delegate away our resposibilities with seemingly easy fixes like monetary and governmental systems that we landed in this mess to begin with. The only real way to deal with the taint that resides in each of us is through constant, dedicated effort, because it will always be easier to take than to give.