I fully get that many people on my social media pages have put me on “unfollow” and that those few posts that even get through are often passed over because let’s face it – people don’t like to feel uncomfortable.
We have been conditioned that when someone says something that contradicts our inner narrative we react with abhorrence. Instead of wondering why an idea brings up that reaction and searching ourselves, we attack the person presenting the idea and label them “bad.” What is the fear of examining an idea, of allowing the possibility it could be true and doing our homework to verify or nullify? Even if we find it to be true we still have the option of ignoring it or of taking it onboard and adjusting our approach to life because we now have more information that changes the game. What is wrong with changing? Why are we so afraid to be wrong? When did being right or wrong become a competition that we must “win?”
I am not asking anyone to believe anything I say. I just want to share what I have learned and put it out there for your consideration. I don’t have a horse in this race. I have no desire to convince anyone of anything. I am fighting against anyone telling you what to think or how to feel. You have every right to own that for yourself. You are perfectly capable and what you think and choose to do is every bit as important and valuable as anyone else’s efforts.
This issue, what is happening to our children… the young man in the video says it all. If we look the other way now, it may be our children in these places soon. How can we look the other way, more concerned with entertainment than we are with what is happening to our fellow man? We aren’t fighting the Illuminati, the Muslims or the Christians, the left or the right, men or women, black or white … we are fighting evil. They have us all turned against one another, arguing and attacking one another so that we are too busy to see what is happening right under our very noses.
This video gives enough info for you to go and research it yourself. Do that. Ask your questions. Every one of them deserves an answer, but just do not fall into the trap of hating on the people who bring you info that rips you up. Listen to what they are saying, check the resources – not just the ones saying it is wrong but the ones saying it is right. Pay attention. See. Hear.
There are so many good people – they are black, white, left, right, men, women – come on, you know that trashing an entire group as if they are all bad is what children do on the playground before they grow up and learn about life. We are not children. We are adults. Be open to the good people, and good people can be wrong – that does not make them bad. We are fighting the evil. I know part of the story, you know parts, we both need to hear each other. That is never going to happen if we keep allowing ourselves to be placed on either side of a line that we did not even draw in the first place.
Watch the video, it is neither left or right. Research it yourself. We cannot allow anyone to get away with this anymore.