Now, as I have admitted many times, along with 99%+ of the population, create some of my own nightmares. Malvern is not a place to come to if you wish to observe good driving habits, get into a logical argument if someone runs into you or keep your no claims bonus. If you think driving in your town is bad, want to hone your defensive driving skills or want practice before a European tour which includes Paris or Rome, come down.
So, I boldly venture forth. All those pulling out directly in front of me, turning without indicating, stopping for no reason, crawling along at 15 mph in a 40 mph zone, driving without any awareness whatsoever of other road users or pedestrians, I had your card correctly marked. For months I would loudly declare from the discomfort and rage of my driving seat “S/he is on prescription drugs.”
Now, I feel totally, but depressingly vindicated.
In a previous post a year ago, I estimated 1/3 of drivers nationally were on prescription drugs. Well, in an official report issued recently by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), 60% of men over 55 and 80% of men over 65 are on at least one prescription drug. The figures for the same age groups of women are slightly higher in the lower age group.
So, with the benefit of an ‘A’ level in maths forty-four years ago, and having taught statistics in the 1980’s, I can confidently claim that over three quarters of Malvern drivers are on prescription drugs. Indeed for women over 85, the official figure is 95%...
In ancient societies, and in many places still left on the planet which are untarnished by ‘civilisation’ people live [d] very well without the altered states, the brain fog-inducing and wholly destructive effects of these pernicious poisons.
But you knew that already didn’t you?
The problem is with this blog-as with any communication-who is it aimed at?
I cannot imagine for the life of me that Sun readers, X-Factor zombies, Tory voters or any kind of smug b****** would want to read this. It challenges the fantasy world they inhabit, shares truths which cannot be imagined and chips away at sometimes a lifetime’s conditioning. The solutions offered, e.g. love, letting go of fear, letting go of material obsession, withdrawal of consent, coming together with like-minded people and trusting the unseen world of spirit are at the other end of an infinite universe which only has within it one planet which supports life, © Brian Cox.
So, we have meticulous researchers like Chris Spivey who refuse to accept the mainstream version of events. Chris pulls ‘false flag’ crap like the Lee Rigby ‘murder’ to pieces, expertly. We have the quite wonderful UK Column team who dig up the background of the parasites, leeches and system servers who hide in plain sight, or when ‘outed’ present themselves as philanthropists or our saviours.
And no-one comes close to David Icke, whose divine life purpose is to expose all of it, then to offer a peaceful way forward along the lines described above.
The rest of us truth activists do what we do. I suspect I am in a majority when I say writing this is therapeutic. My other work as a healer gives me the greatest satisfaction.
However, it all helps.
Yes David, none of it is real, but as Einstein says it is persistent. So, as the vibes continue to get beamed from Saturn, modulated by the Moon, enough of us remain relatively unaffected.
And the tragedy is that those who are completely affected don’t even know it.
Is it a tragedy or tragi-comic? Don’t you find ‘their’ attempts are getting to a point beyond satire, beyond parody?
Have a good one. We have the answers.
Love & light, Jack Stewart, December 15th 2014.