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Having an Epiphany

Doesn't it all get so depressing sometimes? We've all been there. Once you get that burning curiosity and start digging around on the web, you soon find out things that plunge you directly into despair. From then on it's a process of confirming, sorting, picking your jaw up off your lap, walking away in disgust, looking at your children with your heart in your throat, etc. etc. etc. Then you sit back down and do it all again. Some days you will laugh, and other days you will cry; but always you know this will surely end in prison camps for somebody.

To greatly oversimplify deeply convoluted things, the people causing the NWO problems worship dark forces. They participate in occult rituals. Evil really exists, and these people tap into it. These forces are unseen, yet they can be accessed and used by willing human beings. If you doubt this, please do some research. These people are not atheists. They believe in the unseen world and actively work against God. They despise the name of Jesus Christ and do everything possible to turn people away from him. And look what they've accomplished. What does that tell you?

Yes, God exists. Is he weak? No. It is we who are weak. It is we who deprive ourselves of his power and hand our wills over to the absolutely wrong people, even when we don't mean to. That is what happens when we succumb to despair. We literally play into their hands. Despair feeds into the very thing we struggle against. They want us to be afraid. They want us to be in despair. They want us to wallow in negativity and hopelessness. That's how they win. That's how they crush our spirits. Like everything else about the NWO, their main goal is to convince people to destroy and enslave and imprison themselves! Because certainly, they could never outnumber us.

This is an unseen battle of wits and will and faith. The resistance begins within. It begins when people stop thinking We're doomed. It begins when you get to the point where you say, in not so many words, eff these people. Who the hell do they think they are?

No. I do not accept this corruption. I do not accept their dominion. It is a lie. We deserve better. I believe that these corrupt people will fail. They will destroy each other, and then they will go to prison, where they surely belong. We will have peace on earth. I believe that good will prevail over evil.

And with that act of will, you have thrown your shoulder behind the unseen force of good. Notice that you don't have to figure out how, exactly, this will happen. You only need to believe that it will happen and do your own small part, whatever that may be.


Pete said…
We must no longer depend on them for anything. Ideally you do this on a community level, like the Amish. Short of that, you do it on the famliy or individual levels to the extent possible.

Step one, you get closer to both the earth and your soul. Your sacrifice would only be that stuff you've been wanting to purge for a while anyway.
A. Peasant said…
Exactly. And those who care the most have the highest risk of being really bummed out.