Is Bloomberg magazine inciting violence by any chance?
It's called 'projection'; accusing others of what you're thinking and doing.
The article is especially fitting at the moment when 20 US House members are being labeled as 'insurrectionists' and 'terrorists' for not being willing to endorse a top mafia hack as Speaker.
It's all good, because as you say Tessa, they continue to show themselves. Every day more people are seeing what the ruling class has become, and that's necessary progress.
And, there's truth in what they say. The situation really has developed to the point that protest is meaningless. Appealing to the mafia will not gain freedom from the mafia, nor will the mafia reform itself because they're asked nicely.
The trap in the piece is the old Hegelian dialectic: There's only two options, peaceful protest or violence. Obviously they prevail and profit either way. The rational way is neither of those. It's completely withdrawing consent and cooperation, and creating a new, local social structure from the ground up that doesn't include the predatory state and its allies.
When talking about Igor's article, I meant to say that I am JUST going to share it, I had a sentence in there that said "I am not going to pontificate and just going to share it," and a few words got accidentally erased. :)) Since I shared Igor's great article right after saying I was NOT going to share it, hopefully you got a good laugh out of it.
They say "Protestors didn't gain anything", but I see "Protestors realized government didn't care about them".
"Asking for a friend." You are so funny, Tessa. And I think that 4 out of 4 people know someone who's died from the vaccine, it's just 1 in 4 who 'sees' it.
The Bloomberg article makes a valid point that old school protests are virtually impotent in today's world IMO - their assertion that we need to get physical strikes me as a plant to form people's thinking that serves some purpose for the Technocrat controllers. At this point, the control of information is so omnipotent, sophisticated, and powerful that they don't need to care about protests. What they are already doing transcends anything a protest might hope to turn back. The subliminal messages in this and the sorry-assed NYT article is to give in, make yourself small, and most important - OBEY!
The most important thing we can become aware of is that this is 5th Generation (information) Warfare (5GW) being conducted by wealthy, powerful elites who are accountable to no one. Robert Monroe illuminates 5GW in a recent post we would do well to review and/or look into the linked resources. We must unite and act a some new way in this modern stealth context.
"In the information war, nothing is what it seems, and your mind is the battleground.....The battleground is consensus of the swarm and your own mind"
🐴 Rachel? Rachel? Are you there?🐴
Yes...🤷🏻♀️where IS Rachel??? I've been wondering about when she'll be airing her feature on the latest Rasmussen poll 😂.
Re Bloombergs article- incitement to violence is how "martial" law gets normalised for the future.
#rightonschedule #dontfallforit #connectnotcapitulate
Oh gosh Bloomberg would be hilarious.. if their satire was deliberate.. peaceful and dignified, yes.. personally I like shorter people.. and have mated with at least one.. but I don't think it did anything to save the planet from carbon catastrophe.. on the other hand I don't believe it brought on such a thing either.. these writers are getting too crazy.. they get paid for that??? xx
Great montage! I was just listening to Ed Dowd on Aubrey Marcus and it's chilling. The peaceful / violent bit also reminded me of the few seconds long videos I saw of protests in china. Were they real? ANd is the CCP really backing down?
As a 5’9 (barely) male, I support #2. 😁
These entitled sociopaths think they can run the world.
We must keep the magnifier on the narrow-minded, se;lf serving Pinheads - terminally focused on themselves. That thing from Canada really needs world-wide magnification. THANK YOU Tessa for keeping that razor sharp magnifier lens of yours so perfectly focused and on target!
According to Leonid Bershidsky "functioning democracies are responsive to peaceful protests." I agree. Therefore, the U.S. and Canada are not functioning democracies, because they are not responsive to peaceful protests.
Thank you Tessa
Many top orchestrators of global events (not their straw men minions) have realized that the current system has ended already irrevocably and the new cosmic era will not allow any old to exist. So some of them they may try to dominate by violence and prolong their existence (this will be a repetition of the last years of Atlantis if it happens). 2023 will be a year of more darkness and crisis, but my hope is that the people’s love and forgiveness will transform this negative energy and re-unite us all and the fall of Atlantis will not be repeated.
I liked your comment on choosing to remain peaceful and dignified. That is my choice as well. I also appreciated your observation that history has taught us over and over to never betray our fellow citizens. Your insights are amazing Tessa.
"But a modern-day Gandhi or Nelson Mandela risks never making it out of prison in thoroughly coup-proofed autocracies like Russia, Belarus, Iran, Cuba or China. "
Um, like the Jan 6 protesters who are still in jail in the US, or the prison camp still operated in Cuba by the US? Some detainees have been there for 2 decades. Bloomberg is a very punchable site.