Recently, with more and more people becoming aware that something just isn’t right in their society the police state has gone into overdrive to compensate for this growing resistance to the status quo. It seems so crazy, between the drug war escalation, the expansion of the NATO colonization of the Middle East and Africa, and the chain of recent authoritarian legislation that we have seen slide through congress, including the NDAA, Anti-Protest laws, and strip search laws.
I’ll be the first to admit that everything that is going on right now is very ominous and there are some serious issues that must be faced head on by our species. However, I also see a lot of things going on in these strange times were are living, that make me feel somewhat optimistic about the future of humanity.
First off, the frantic behavior displayed by the government and the mainstream media in the past year or two is showing just how desperate “the powers that shouldn’t be” are getting.
Their whole scam is dependent upon their control over the human consciousness, and that control is beginning to unravel. This is the same kind of situation that happens when someone in a debate is faced with an argument superior to their own so they resort to screaming, yelling and ad hominem attacks.
When someone is exposed as illegitimate, or guilty of some sort of transgression it is fairly typical to see them act out in verbal or even physical aggression.
It is not unusual for guilty parties to act outraged about accusations against them and then to paint the victim as a villain. This kind of scenario is exactly what we have been seeing play out in the macrocosm of geopolitics, as more and more people are becoming aware of their enslavement. The establishment is lashing out with all their might to overcompensate for their own obsolescence and illegitimacy, which is now being revealed to the public on a day to day basis.
What we are going through right now may seem crazy and unusual, but really it’s nothing new. Sure, it is true that our civilization is currently in a free fall to collapse, but this has been a long time commin’, and it has happened to nearly every civilization that has ever erected a palace. In the past decade hundreds of societies have collapsed and began to rebuild. In today’s technological civilization the collapse can be far less dangerous, violent and miserable than the times of Ancient Rome, but only if the people within that society are willing to work together and cooperatively face the adversity that has disrupted their path.
There is no doubt that we are in the midst of a storm that has been raging for centuries, and the intensity of that storm is growing by the minute. For this, we have every reason to make any and all preparations that we deem to be necessary, but we should not be consumed by fear to the point where we are considering violence or nihilism. The reason why there is so much fear surrounding the obvious downfall of our civilization is because people have grown detached from their communities and have lost their ability to be self-sufficient.
source - http://intellihub.com/2013/04/04/the-sky-may-be-falling-but-its-only-a-storm/