I used to like Rolf Harris and Bill [Cocker] Roache. I find Ian Hislop very funny. Can’t say I’m surprised about Mistletoe and Wine.
For those of us in work, we have our preferences in terms of shops, cars, holiday places, food & drink, gadgets etc. We may even like certain politicians and activists. George Galloway anyone? Peter Tatchell?
Those less in tune with the revelations may still think injecting mercury into their children's’ bloodstream, irradiating themselves at the dentist or hospital, having breasts removed as a precaution are all very good
reasons for believing ‘they’ have our best interests at heart.
So, as each day passes, and the perpetual struggle between keeping the lid on paedophilia, corruption, perversion and manipulation and the emerging truth continues.
People at all levels of the hierarchy of control are beginning to feel the heat. Some may like it, and consider a few hundred thousand awakened people no match for their enslavement structures, and trust the self-policing, lobotomised masses to remain their greatest bulwark against freedom.
But a few are getting a bit twitchy. Some for very selfish reasons. After all they have been ‘on the winning side’ for eons. But now, they may see a future in which the walls of the prison come down. Others are twitchy for opposite reasons. They have a conscience, and can no longer participate in the grisly, deadly, charade. And they no longer wish to keep building the nightmare of total control and subservience for their own children.
We know parts of the ‘entertainment’ industry are satanic and corrupt. So start thinking about the possibility of anyone with or without talent and a very high profile may be next on the front pages for all the wrong
reasons. Rule no one out if you wish to retain your sanity.
And for those who crave deference, forelock tugging and worship those in authority, I suggest you begin imagine a life without a pantheon of corrupted MP’s, warped corporation ‘leaders’, whole barrels of ‘bad apples’, and the thieves and murderers ‘ruling over us’ in unparalleled luxury.
Personally, I gain little satisfaction [I do have the odd exception to this rule] in seeing the corrupted fall. But the corrupters have to go. And when they do, I’m afraid choices will have to be made.
We are, for all the right reasons, in for a sustained period of change. Not change you can believe in, but change you will participate in, change that will liberate humanity, once and for all.
Attachments to anything but the truth may prove a little painful.