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Power Is An Illusion

I read a great piece by Brandon Smith recently. In essence, this is what he said... This past year in numerous countries the public is being bombarded with lessons in power and control that have been forgotten for generations. The majority of western societies in particular, have long believed themselves “safe” from totalitarian government, from collectivist micro-management and from communistic cultism. They thought we had moved beyond the nightmares of the 20th century. Wrong! Today we are in the midst of a deliberately over-hyped pandemic, strict regional lockdowns (for now), civil unrest, riots, aggressive tech propaganda and censorship of dissenting conservative opinions. I may add a fraudulent election.

The first lesson of power is this: Entire societies can be easily influenced when they suffer from delusions that governments will keep them safe. The politicians we “vote” for are not in control, rather, the elites who fund their campaigns and who permeate their cabinets, are truly in control. The power behind the Throne, sort of thing. Political representatives come and go, but the establishment elites never leave. Therefore, the problems our society faces will remain; they are a direct result of the subversive and perpetual power structure that serves the interest of a select minority rather than the public. If enough people were to take action, these elites, the globalists, the establishment, the “new world order”, whatever you want to call this organization of power mongers, this collection of mostly weak and feeble psychopaths and parasites, could be eradicated once and for all.

The second lesson of power is: People seeking power only need to create the illusion of mass consent. Even when the majority of people are against them, the perception of compliance can sometimes overwhelm logic. Control is usually achieved passively without force. Sometimes you don’t even need the threat of force; sometimes you only need to inspire a fear of standing out among the crowd like when everyone is wearing a mask and you aren’t . Mask wearing “rules” are particularly insidious as they conjure illusions of compliance, submission and protection when mask wearing is a complete farce when it comes to the actual science of virology and viral spread.

The third lesson of power is: That force only leads to control if you respond with submission. A group of people can beat you or even kill you, but they can’t force you to comply if you do not fear for your own life. But, this requires people who do not live in fear of retaliation when they fight back. When a person fights for something more than himself, it’s not always about personal survival, sometimes it’s about the survival of your children or the survival of a set of principles, like our founding principles. As that fear disappears, so does the illusion of control they think they have over you.

The question of the illusion of power is about to become the defining question of our times as the elitist establishment accelerates their agenda for greater centralized control of our lives using the latest Chinese Flu... Will you fight or submit? Ok

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