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Where Will Things Go?
My strategy: do my best and place hope on the universe.
This story is a collection of news and some philosophical thoughts. I am still writing the “long article on conspiracy theories” that just keeps growing, so maybe I’ll break it down into pieces and start sending it in parts. In the meanwhile, here are some news—some happy, some surprising, some depressing—plus actual hope.
#1. A conversation at the European Parliament about Pfizer and Moderna purchasing agreements.
Here is an inspiring video from the European Parliament where MPs discussed the lack of transparency and the conflicts of interests on the part of Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission.
In the picture, you can see a released copy of a vaccine purchasing agreement between the EU and Moderna. Allegedly, the Pfizer agreement that the public was allowed to see—after some pressure—looked even more informative, with even the page numbers redacted.
MPs also discussed the fact that the President of the European Commission had privately negotiated the purchasing deal with the CEO of Pfizer, and then absolutely refused to disclose the content of her communications. (She also allegedly tried to prevent the disclosure of the official agreements, but due to the persistence of a journalist, the contracts were disclosed… well, kind of, since you can’t really see what’s on the pages.
Note: If you are confused about different EU bodies, welcome to the club, and here is an explanation.
#2. Rather shocking reporting from Celia Farber whose investigation led her to believe that some of the organizers of the Canadian convoy could be… agents???
Two things here. One, Celia is a journalist of impeccable integrity and credibility who reported on Fauci and AZT back when no one else even squeaked about it. So, regardless of how I feel about this discovery, I trust Celia’s integrity. Two, if this turns out to be true, and the organizers turn out to be fakes, it is certainly emotionally disappointing but it does not change a thing about the state of the world in principle. The rulers are shameless. The people in the streets are sincere and righteous. Agencies infiltrated, infiltrate, and will infiltrate—noting new—but there are millions of hearty people in the streets all around the world, and the people are righteous.
Here are Celia’s stories, and then some philosophy.
So, what do I think about all this? I am on alert while feeling that the world is what is has always been—complex.
I learned this lesson of complexity when I realized that the magical, amazing, unforgettable freedom that I experienced during the collapse of the Soviet Union had been brought to me, more or less, by multinational corporations clearing the markets. At the time when the liberation was happening, it was the sweetest feeling imaginable. For the people on the ground, the liberation was real.
Yet, the liberation in question was only made possible because the multinationals, or the people behind them, made very sweet deals with the Soviet leaders who then traded parts of the country’s riches for personal profits and favorable branding. The “deal making” was pretty cynical—and yet, my freedom was real!
The best way I know to think about it is that the universe arranges things in a mysterious way. Yes, at the helm of the political and financial affairs, we currently have scum, the most ruthless, cynical, cruel human beings. They fight with each other, collaborate with each other, and tell us various stories for marketing purposes, to keeps us distracted or excited. They “make things happen” because they have the money and the power, and they don’t mind breaking the basic rules of decency. But they are still mere mortals, and the universe uses their grand schemes to give us opportunities to learn about ourselves and to figure out how to live our best lives.
And one day, when a lot more people decide to wake up to their hearts, the world will far more joyous, in a natural way. In the meanwhile, even where we are at, it is still on us to be our absolute best selves in every possible way—and stand tall—while at the same time be patient about the pace of things, and have faith in the universe. (Check out this story, it’s a must-read.) We really don’t know what leads to what, and all we can do is be our bravest, our most loving, our most resilient, our most joyous. The rest is up to the universe (and it’s about love).
#3. Speaking of agents though…
(An article from a few years ago.)
#4. Oh, Canada. The MPs voted for the state of emergency, and their horrible, big deal at the WEF, Minister of Finance talks about making some aspects of state control over citizens permanent.
Which, if you imagine a world in which the WEF wants to introduce a system of global control, and she works for them, and the Cabinet, per Schwab, is infiltrated, is only logical. And the only thing that can stop them, I believe, is our turning to our hearts completely. Completely. Without any resignation. Our hearts are our best guides in this mess!
On a side note:
I want to end this story with my interview with Charles Eisenstein from a couple of months ago. The question he asks is, how much are you willing to take?
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