I watched this entire video and am glad I did. It supplies background information on Brockbrader’s skepticism when he first heard that Obama is a “good guy.” Plus Lisa Harrison’s comments and questions are to the point and may help those who still wonder whether Brockbrader is at least telling the truth from his perspective. As she says, and repeats several times, “I don’t question your intent.” However, what she seems to be left with even after this interview is whether or not Brockbrader has been set up as one of the useful idiots that the cabal uses to keep everybody confused, off-guard, misinformed, etc.
But, as Brockbrader says (and I paraphrase): “Think about it this way, how about all of us imagine that it is true, that mass arrests are going to take place, that our world is going to be restored to justice and sanity and health and beauty. One thing’s for sure, if we refuse to believe that it can be, then it won’t be. The mass arrests, and all actions taken in our behalf for the good of all, require that we synchronize our mass consciousness enough to materialize them.”
I agree completely. For the next mass meditation, see Cobra, “Reboot the Grid,” during the coming New Moon Eclipse, May 20th. New Moons signify new beginnings. Lined up with the Sun and Earth as an eclipse, this New Moon carries unusual potency. Occurring at 0°21 Mercury-ruled Gemini, I sense that it will initiate an explosion of new information and communication.
Let’s go, folks. We can do it.
One thing, however, in this Brockbrader interview, gave me pause. At one point he mentioned that the window for this action lasts from now through June 10th, and then closes. And he said or implied that if there are no mass arrests by then, that the bad guys would have — what? Won? Gained the upper hand? “Timeline two” (the bad one) would take over? Not sure. I was surprised that Lisa didn’t question him more deeply on this crucial point of timing, as it seemed a throwaway line and I don’t have time to go back and search where it occurred on the video.
If Brockbrader is an unwitting disinfo agent, then I imagine that if there are no mass arrests before June 10th, that this “fact” will be used to discredit him altogether. Seems to me that it’s always better not to mention particular dates, since reality continues to morph, seemingly at warp speed, as more and more of us awaken.
But wait, Ann! Forget about Bill Brockbrader. He’s not the problem. You’re the problem. Let the matter of timing go. Let it go! Focus instead on the idea of a critical mass of humanity focusing awareness to vividly imagine mass arrests of the bad guys as the first step towards restoring our world to sanity and reintegrating Earth and earthlings back into our cosmic home. Stay there, Ann, focus that intent so deeply that we bring it about. That our dreams become reality. That our visions take root.
Got it, Ann?
BTW: I do think “Brockbrader” is “telling the truth” as he sees it. And I like his and Eva Moore’s compassion and inclusive attitude towards Drake and others who are in this business of trying to figure out what’s going to happen and when and sometimes getting into disputes about who’s right and wrong, who means well, who’s a disinfo agent, etc.
Before I finish with these comments I also want to mention that I listened to most of a Red Ice interview with Clif High in which he says that he thinks Fulford and Wilcock (I imagine he would also say Brockbrader) are “useful idiots” fed just enough info from “insiders” to set them up to confuse. Drake he puta in a different category whose intent is, he claims (and this is not exact from memory, but close enough), “not benevolent.” Not sure why he thinks that. It may be his controlling language (since High does linguistic analysis).
(Kettler also has qualms about Drake, but says his ET/ED sources say he’s the real deal.)
Clif High talks about Wilcock as trying to prove theories rather than disprove them, which is a much more “rational” way of thinking, he claims — as do many philosophers of science who align with Karl Popper. But High doesn’t consider the role of intuition, which of course, is paramount with Wilcock, who sets out to “prove” that his intuitions (and his dreams) are at least plausible, and even probable.
I think part of what goes on with all these heady theories about what’s real and what’s not and what’s coming in — and what won’t! and what can’t! and what must! — has to do with our various styles of thinking. All of them are of value.
My own personal point of view is that the universe is a self-organizing system in which all our little petty squabbles and competing ideas are infinitely tiny points blinking on and off, like fireflies.
Kauilapele also watched this video and commented on it. And he includes a more recent video from 5/15/12 that I have not watched.