Distraction is the name of the game, folks! This is what the controlling powers and their mainstream media resources like to do to the little people.
Keep us confused, afraid, paralyzed with fear, and unable to make sense of the world we have lived in since birth.
The few that control the many like to create a variety of goofy psyops designed to do all of the aforementioned things that ultimately keep the masses distracted from real events and activities that should be paid attention to by everyone — like the global vaccine genocide taking place as I write these words.
How many times in your life have you heard about the threats of nuclear war, EMPs, solar storms, food, shortages, fuel shortages, infectious diseases, pandemics, a crashing economy, and other types of fear porn?
I have been hearing about the same stories my entire life.
It’s like the plot in the Matrix movies, once you figure out the codes to the game it’s easy to predict what loads of crap are coming down the line next.
What’s worrying about such nonsense going to accomplish? I remember when I got so worked up about apocalyptic predictions that were being made thirty years ago.
I bought thousands of dollars worth of foods that were guaranteed to be edible for three decades. I kept all those products tucked away safely in case all hell broke loose. Can you imagine living in a world where all hell breaks loose? I don’t want to participate in that type of scenario.
Long story short, all hell never broke loose and it’s not going to happen now. This is my gut feeling about the future.
I don’t see a situation occurring anytime soon where the end of the world is going to take place. Sure, there are going to be more bluffs, rigged gas prices, fake food shortages, and other false threats.
The elitists have been running psyops forever. Disconnect from the hypnosis machines (TVs and Smartphones) and reclaim your life.
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“Invite your fear into consciousness, and smile through it; every time you smile through your fear, it will lose some of its strength. If you try to run away from your pain, there is no way out. Only by looking deeply into the nature of your fear can you find your way out.”
“FEAR” by Thich Nhat Hanh
And the above quote about smiling your woes away reminded me of some poetry I read:
“Have we lost our sense of humor?
We must laugh on every day
For without laughter life is dull
Life is a stage without a play
Funny little quips that people say
Are the gems that sparkle and shine
Right within a placid soul
That’s in need of bright sunshine
So laugh inside, laugh out loud
Laugh whenever you can
And when you think you’ve laughed too much
Laugh out loud again!”
By Edwina Reizer
(John Reizer’s mother)