What Do You Believe?


There are many people who are awake and actively trying to bring change into the world. There are billions more who know and yearn for a world where everyone has equal opportunities, access to food and health care and decent shelter. But alas we suffer from cognitive dissonance. We collectively know what must be done, but we also believe we are always going to fail. We will never end poverty. We will never fix education. We will never fix the economy.

The reality is we have no idea how powerful cognitive dissonance is. People will go through all kinds of mental gymnastics to avoid facts of painful issues. Therefore we will never have enough people to stand against the oligarchs of the world. Sadly, at least for the past few hundred years, this has been our reality. These beliefs have been challenged in those ensuing years by those brave enough, committed enough, and even powerful enough to make a difference, but in the end they were simply gunned down, literally. Everyone knows the initials JFK, RFK, and MLK. There have however been a very few who did succeed such as Ghandi or Mandela, at least for a little while.

Lincoln said: “Passion has helped us; but can do so no more. It will in future be our enemy. Reason, cold, calculating, unimpassioned reason, must furnish all the materials for our future support and defense.–Let those materials be moulded into general intelligence, sound morality, and in particular, a reverence for the constitution and laws.” – Lyceum Address, 1838.

We have to begin to understand how we are manipulated on a daily basis by the many agents of the oligarchy through a tightly controlled global media. First, however, we need to overcome our sense of helpless, unworthiness, and fear. A simply way is to do the basic arithmetic. We are 99, and they are 1, keeping saying over and over again, 99 to 1. Through this simple exercise we can begin to know we are not helplessness and there is no need to be fearful of any government or agency.

This will be a year when many “truths” will emerge. Truth about market manipulation, corruption of those we entrusted to lead us and those we counted on to keep us safe. As these realities become clear and commonly understood, there will be a tendency to react with anger and violence. This we must avoid at all cost. Martin Luther King said it best, “The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it. Through violence you may murder the liar, but you cannot murder the lie, nor establish the truth. Through violence you murder the hater, but you do not murder hate. In fact, violence merely increases hate. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

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There will be shocking revelations about criminal banking activities, rigged elections, the withholding of new energy breakthroughs and mass media lies and manipulations. Evidence will be made public concerning the cover-ups related to UFO’s and multiple governments’ knowledge of other life in the universe. We will discover multiple cover-ups concerning the wars that have been prosecuted over the last few decades and how they were contrived and carried out for the profit of a few. We will be appalled at the deliberate manipulations of our very health.

Any single one of these revelations will collectively make us angry, but we, in 2014, will be exposed to many of these realities. As these revelations unfold, we must commit to the following approaches.

1). None of these realities would have occurred if it weren’t for our lack of unity, thereby giving indirect consent and the appearance we didn’t care for our fellow human beings (tough love).

2). We must now stand together globally as a single race, the human race, and address these issues and those responsible in a unified and civilized manner.

3). In order to rapidly correct these various injustices, we must support a concept of truth and reconciliation.  The freedom for criminals to repent and live the short amount of time they have remaining in their physical bodies in peace is an attractive deal for them and us. We receive an end to war, rapidly end poverty, recover trillions of missing public money (hopefully), reclaim our civil rights, open suppressed technologies like free energy and avoid war from a cornered enemy who fears prosecution for treason. They receive all their remaining years to live in freedom and some would argue that we give them further incentive for reasonable material comfort and reclaim their connection and love for humanity; their very soul. T&R remains open for anyone to come forward and for anyone named to testify under oath. Those who choose to not cooperate and/or lie under oath are subject to full prosecution under the law when the window for T&R closes.

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It is time to stand up without fear. It is time we all stand up and demand an end to these atrocities in a non-violent, but determined way. This is what we all should be discussing, not the crap we are told are the “issues” by a manipulative mass media. What do you believe?

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Author: redhawk500

International business consultant, author, blogger, and student of life. After 35 years in business, trying to wake the world to a new reality. One of prosperity, abundance, and most importantly equal opportunity. it's time to redistribute wealth and power.

1 thought on “What Do You Believe?”

  1. I believe many people can change things up, its getting peole out of their comfort zones that is the difficult part. COmplacency in this country is the disease, besides the obsious things. RIght now, Corporations get away with everything and its been heading in that direction for over a century. So, I love what you wrote here, I agree, and I am praying that this year, people not only SEE THE TRUTH, but it incites them enough to act on it….in the meantime, I am gonna keep smoking my medicine and screw those corporations

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