Speculative data. This is an experiment and I honestly believe that I’ll get open and honest discussion but if it results in angrily swapping opinions as fact I’ll delete it and never do anything like it again.
Now anyone who is a facebook friend knows I like to research alternative information from alternative media. Now I have to state for the skeptics that I do not assume that alternative media is right, I just know for sure that I do not trust mainstream media. Most of you know that I have an interest in Eastern philosophy and New Age spirituality. These are the things I choose to share. Some of you may be aware that I am interested in conspiracy facts, by which I mean documented factual history that has been admitted like MK Ultra and the Tuskegee experiments and also conspiracy theories which are speculative. I do not share the theories much anymore, they have a negative effect on my credibility as well as just spread negativity and unnecesarilly pollute the collective consciousness with negative unknowns. I am also an amateur theologian, I have an interest in the true roots of Christianity, the Essenes and the true history and teachings of Christ. I do not share that much either because Christianity is seen as ‘uncool’ and most of you don’t care, it’s only an interest because I was raised a Christian and I have one foot still in that belief system for reasons too complex to explain, suffice to say I the teachings of Christ and the actions of the Church often couldn’t be further from each other.
Okay, that’s the playing field. I have two points that have been in my head for years and I can’t keep them to myself anymore.
Point number 1. One of the threads that conspiracy theories and facts will pull up is the idea that the powerful elite, the banking families, the New World Order and/or the Illuminati want a one world Government with little or no civil liberties (meaning no freedoms, no freedom of speech, freedom of movement, no freedom to say what you want or go where you want without permission). Some recent events might support that theory, ID cards that you pay for everything with scared lots of people who realised they can switch those cards off. But the thing about the One World Government thing is that it might be a reason not to be o eager to become one big European country. It may be that the only opposition to that aspect of the New World Order in this country are the xenophobic racists in UKIP and the EDL. I know there are people who are not racist who do not want to see such centralisation of power but I do not know many organisations with that perception. Discuss (politely if you can).
I don’t share that perception much because it’s a perception that is shared mainly by racists, which is ironic when you see what point number 2 will be.
I dunno, that is probably just pointless description of undefinable perceptions of things that I can’t stop thinking about that could all be sorted out if we all did less thinking or more finding inner peace and helping each other perhaps? Maybe I’m just shaking a hornets nest. I have to express myself, when I’m enlightened enough to express nothing but “everything is perfect, don’t worry about the future” I’ll let you know.
Point number 2. I really don’t understand the racist agenda. I mean really. Most of the motivations of the powerful elite, the banking families, the New World Order and/or the Illuminati I can understand even if I disagree with them – financial greed seems to be the motivation. Whether it’s oil money, or war money, or banking money, or selling the NHS money you can see clearly why and how. But there were particular incidents, like Martin Luther King, an entirely peaceful man, being on the FBIs most wanted list, or even more sinister, The Tuskegee experiments – in which strictly black pilots were experimented on with syphillis (seriously, look it up) – which seem to have no motivation other than a fear or hatred of black people. There is no monetary gain from killing black people. Now I could list a bunch of bad things that happened to black people due to the powers that be but there’s not much point. I could be accused of playing the race card in which case I may be forced to post a bunch of facts, figures, and videos I usually keep to myself (it’s true, despite the amount I share on facebook there is still a whole load that I don’t share.) But I really don’t get the racist agenda. Is it fear, or hatred, or something more esoteric than that? Maybe it’s simple, mummy was racist, daddy was racist, that’s what they learned and that’s what they’ll teach their children? Just doing the best with what they have learned? Alot of black activists say it’s because if the races mixed eventually the white gene will be wiped out. Fear of a brown planet? (For the record I am similarly confused by what appears to be the supposed ruling classes obsession with child abuse and the complete lack of financial motive there, is it ritualistic or are they just emotionally and psychologically damaged bullies of the the most extreme sort? A subject for a whole other essay and a whole other day perhaps.)
Discuss (politely if you can).
I don’t know what I am expecting. Do I just need to vent or do I really believe someone can finish a sentence that starts “the new world order hate black people because – “? Maybe I just needed to write that to realise how ridiculous ever understanding other human beings can be beyond realising that we’re all doing our best with what we know.
Personal aside, Public Enemy, a rap group I have loved since I was 4, and one of the most legendary of all time had an album called Fear of a Black Planet. They also had a song called Fight the Power. Years later, maybe a year or two ago, they lent that song to a campaign that subverted the original meaning, or transmuted the original meaning. “No, BE the Power.”
Hm… just cos I can’t stop thinking about all this does that mean I should burden other people. Ignorance is bliss, maybe I should just leave people to their bliss? Just stop thinking for short moments many times, I tend to get more of a birds eye view perception with each moment of relaxed, still, emptiness. But it’s not easy for a philosophy graduate who loves to write, sometimes the words are fighting their way out of me.
I do not know if sharing the above was a power or a weakness. Maybe it would have been more powerful to feel the anxious energy of unasked questions and rest with it. Maybe it all exists just so I could repeat those three words.
Be the power.