At the family gatherings surrounding our 96-year-old Mom’s recent funeral in Seattle, we sang and told stories about Lady Renee’s life. We did NOT discuss world events. Were we operating in the Psychology of Denial? Or were savoring our small island of sanity in the midst of mayhem. I think the latter.
On the other hand, to my knowledge only I, and a few other close relatives, are consciously aware of (and grieving) the seemingly increasing global mayhem, and aware as well that it has been and continues to be mostly promulgated by the American (“Manifest Destiny”) Empire. The others “couldn’t care less.” Or maybe they could, but other things, their own lives and those of their families, take precedence.
Only if one stops and thinks, and especially, turns off the TV and turns to alternative internet news sites, will the reality, admittedly still somewhat hazy, begin to swim into view. I read somewhere that of 284 wars (since when? World War II?, since 1776?), the U.S. created 204 of them. Don’t forget, other governments use false flags too, to start wars and cause mayhem of other kinds. Here’s a recent compendium.
The final paragraph of the above report states that people are waking up to the lies their governments tell. Ben Fulford’s latest post says the same thing.
And David Wilcock’s comments on Fulford’s post echo it.
“I do think Ben is right about the world not believing the lies anymore. Major stuff was planned to happen in September by the Cabal, according to the insiders I know, and we will have to see if anything unusual comes to pass. So many of their plans and ideas get thwarted that there is no real way to predict what will happen in advance with any precision — but the move in a positive direction is increasingly inevitable.”
Meanwhile, pay attention to this latest in fear-mongering, a “drill” that just might go live, unless we publicize the hell out of it; so let’s do:
Set for today: