Video from Follow the Money.
Finally the authorities begin to admit what has been obvious for a month: the situation at Fukushima is out of control. How regrettable that it has taken a month to acknowledge the obvious. How much longer will it take to get the situation under control?
When the BP rig exploded and oil started gushing into the Gulf of Mexico, we saw similar foot dragging. It took weeks, three weeks to be exact, just for some of the investigative reporting stars to notice that BP was monopolizing information. And it took months more for the situation to be brought under control, during which time a lot of animals died, a lot of people lost their livelihoods, and an unspeakable amount of poison entered the environment. Poison that will result in many more deaths. Deaths that will never be counted as part of the disaster.
After about four months, the Gulf of Mexico situation receded from newsworld. The oil had been disappeared, the corpses of dead animals had been disappeared, and the evidence had been disappeared. The toxins and oil remain in the environment, but hidden from view. Occult.
The BP disaster anniversary approaches next week, April 20. Doesn't it seem like a long time ago? Last April? So many things have happened in the meantime. The problems of the Gulf of Mexico have been overshadowed by other problems.
Yesterday we watched a David Icke video where he discusses how people are constantly kept in survival mode. We happen to agree with that view. We recommend the video, it's not long. The unending cycle of stress and relief keeps people malleable, as Tavistock researchers discovered decades ago.
We are so surrounded by social engineering that we don't even see it. We just run along through it, inside it. We live it.
Think about the way the Gulf disaster has been managed. Hopes repeatedly raised and dashed, hopes for a solution continually kicked another mile down the road.
Think about war with Iran, how often we have it waved in our faces, the threat of this war that might come at any day but which has not arrived yet.
Think about the economy, one day it's better, the next it's worse. The market goes up and down, never-ending, never resolving into stability.
This is our life, this constant cycle of stress and relief. Stability never comes.
That's the point.
Nine months later, look at Libya, inexplicably balanced on the knife's edge for weeks on end.
And look at Fukushima. No end in sight.
We apologize for being a damned broken record, and that's what it feels like, because seems to us we have been more or less repeating ourselves and relinking to old posts for about a year now. We've seen the playbook. We just keep going around and around.
So what can we do in response? What can we do that's new? What can we do that "they" don't ever want us to do?
The appropriate response must be the thing they constantly try to prevent with their programming.
What does social engineering do? It overwhelms us with problems. It distracts us. It debases us. It divides us. It stokes fear and puts us into a constant battle for survival, where we believe in scarcity.
Scarcity is a lie. And the one thing we need never worry about running out of is love and concern for God's creation. There's a limitless supply for anyone so inclined to tap into it.
Thus we need to remain strong, stay focused, act with integrity, and resist artificial divisions. We need to resist the sirens of fear and scarcity. We need to tap into the limitless supply of love and concern for God's creation, because this creation sustains us too.
It matters what happens on the other side of the planet. It matters what happens in the oceans and in the atmosphere. It matters when innocent life is murdered.
Frankly, it is unacceptable what's been happening. And that means: we don't accept it. We reject it. We reject the way this planet has been run. We reject the people who think they run it. We reject their ways.
And we don't just reject it. We believe in better ways. We believe in other people. We send our love and concern accordingly. We trust that sending love is efficacious.
Sending it how? Just sending it, with the mind and the heart. Sending it as a message in a bottle into the ocean of time and space. We think it is sort of beside the point whether anyone can prove that it works or does not work. We think it is a natural human response, and that's good enough for us.
So we encourage all people to care more and fear less, and to send love and concern to those who need it. As human beings, we have nothing to lose.
We will conclude with some excerpts from one of our favorite books by M. Scott Peck, People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil. Simon & Schuster, 1983.
Satan cannot do evil except through a human body. Although “a murderer from the beginning,” it cannot murder except with human hands. It does not have the power to kill or even harm by itself. It must use human beings to do its deviltry…Satan’s threats are always empty. They are all lies. In fact, the only power that Satan has is through human belief in its lies. p. 206
The list of lies it spoke was endless - sometimes almost a boring litany. The major ones I remember were: humans must defend themselves in order to survive and cannot rely on anything other than themselves in their defense; everything is explainable in terms of negative and positive energy (which balance out to be zero), and there is no mystery in the world; love is a thought and has no objective reality; science is whatever one chooses to call science; death is the absolute end to life - there is no more; all humans are motivated primarily by money, and if this appears not to be the case, it is only because they are hypocrites; to compete for money, therefore, is the only intelligent way to live.
Satan can use any human sin or weakness - greed and pride, for instance. It will use any available tactic: seduction, cajolery, flattery, intellectual argument. But its principal weapon is fear. And in the post-exorcism period, after its lies had been exposed, it was reduced to haunting both patients with dully repetitive threats: “We will kill you. We will get you. We will torture you. We will kill you.” (p.207)
In the same way, Satan’s intelligence is afflicted with two other blind spots I have observed. One is that by virtue of its extreme self-centeredness, it has no real understanding of the phenomenon of love. It recognizes love as a reality to be fought and even to be imitated, but utterly lacking in itself, it does not understand love in the least. Its reality appears to Satan only like the reality of a bad joke. The notion of sacrifice is totally foreign to it. When human beings at an exorcism are speaking in the language of love, it does not comprehend what they are saying. And when they are behaving with love, Satan is completely ignorant of the ground rules. p. 208
The healing of evil - scientifically or otherwise - can be accomplished only by the love of individuals. A willing sacrifice is required. The individual healer must allow his or her own soul to become the battleground. He or she must sacrificially absorb the evil….I know that good people can deliberately allow themselves to be pierced by the evil of others - to be broken thereby yet somehow not broken - to even be killed in some sense and yet still survive and not succumb. Whenever this happens there is a slight shift in the balance of power in the world. (269)
Many thanks and extra love to Jungle Jane for the title of this post.