Before getting out of bed this early morning, I decided to listen to an SGT Report with Katherine Austin Fitts.
Oops! What she says about Trump, late in the video, unsettled me deeply. She cites two happenings which, she says, prove that he is not to be trusted:
1) Both Republicans and Democrats agreed, (I think she said) in 2017, and that includes Trump, on keeping or making some kind of financials secret. Can’t remember what it was, and probably wouldn’t understand it anyway.
2) The “opportunity zones” carved out from riots, looting, and burning parts of cities are making it easy for corporations to go in and buy up the properties cheaply. Both Trump and A.G. Barr could have stopped it, she says. but they have not.
So she views Trump as part of the deep state, obviously. Do I? A part of me wanted to just turn off the audio midway, so unsettling did it feel to me. And I notice that Dave, of SGT Report, noticeably subdued after her remarks about Trump, did not pursue the subject further, and ended the session soon after.
Then, precisely when the audio ended, I rolled out of bed to check my email and found this from my friend Sylvia, a former neighbor with whom I took the Permaculture Design Course in 2005. She now lives in Holland:
The synchronicity between having just listened to Katherine Austin Fitts view of Trump and this email from Sylvia, especially when I read the article she enclosed, really threw me off . . . briefly.
On my walk this morning, I realized that it doesn’t matter to me whether or not Trump is “really” one of them. That even if he is, this election would then be just be the usual for me, voting for “the lesser of two evils.” Because clearly, Biden is moribund, a mere cipher, the Big Guy of his #BidenCrimeFamily done and gone; Trump however, feels more and more energetic, nearly supernatural! And from what I’ve seen, heard, and read about, he DOES have we the people’s best interests at heart. As for points 1 and 2 that Fitts made, I wonder if the first might be a typical Trump sting operation, and the second something that remains to be contextualized and interpreted correctly.
There’s no doubt, however, in my mind, that this election WILL end up, at least for the following two weeks (until Mars in volatile Aries turns to go direct after being retrograde since early September) in chaotic conditions, trailing the horrific corruption that has been erupting from the collective unconscious during this rare 2020 Jupiter/Saturn/Pluto conjunction year. The result: more and more of the American public have been forced the to learn to see clearly, with 2020 vision, the complex web of deceit, conspiracy, pay for play, bribery, blackmail, pedophilia, SRA (Satanic Ritual Abuse), etc., that have run on, underground, poisoning everything, for years, if not decades, even centuries.
Bottom Line: I see Trump as a world historical figure, and that does not mean I see him as a savior. Instead, I see his role as necessary to force the entire global population to wake up to the blood, gore, destruction, of endless wars and trafficking of children, women, guns, drugs, blood . . . On and on.
As for Q (another of Sylvia’s questions): I do see Q as a very welcome alternative news channel, and one which, due to its enigmatic nature, forces the “anons” who read it to ask questions, and to learn to both dig the internet for answers and share them with one another. As Qanons put it: “We are the news now.”
Yesterday was the third anniversary of Q. This “oracle” has been silent since October 22. It may be that we never hear from Q again. Perhaps the Great Awakening has been accomplished, alerting a large enough percentage of the public to the evil that has been done to us, and in our name.
Meanwhile, when Trump wins, and the chaos dies down, we will be faced with the question, what next? Trump is a capitalist, and a very successful one; he abhors socialism; so do I. But I abhor capitalism as well, and the following post is as good a one as any to say why.
The point is, capitalism deals with “externalities” as if they really are external! But they are not! Everything is related to everything else. All waste is food, and the edges are where the action is: permaculture. Permanent Culture.
In order to begin to envisage the possibility of Permanent — continuously regenerative — Culture, we will need a new world view, and a new way of being in the world altogether. One which guarantees and celebrates both individual freedom of expression and human cooperation, all the while grounded in nature, recognizing her enormously complex, multidimensional, and multilayered system as both our Mother and our Teacher. Aboriginal peoples recognized Nature in this manner, and bowed down to Her; as do shamanistic threads within rare remnant societies now.
Plus: somehow, we will have to create a world that also allows and celebrates our wonderful natural human capacity to create and utilize tools, machines, technology, including electronic, without turning into a technocratic, robotized, AI-driven, transhumanist nightmare.
Big job ahead. Are we up for it?
Oh, and, BTW: I found relief when I viewed one comment under the Fitts interview. Makes sense to me:
“It is because Fitts is a purist. Trump has to find a way that is beyond all out war. Fitts wants total purity, to her credit — but Trump is more practical.”
Exactly. And yet, remember, Trump is a transitional figure. Aren’t we all? The seed of the new world will be dreamed up and put into practice especially by the generation born with still largely unconscious Uranus/Neptune conjunctions spanning Sagittarius and Capricorn (1987-1995). These young people, now between 25 and 33 years old, hold our future in their collective imagination, intelligence, and will, to be driven by and focused through conscious intent. Let us guard and nourish these children well, for the regeneration of authentic aliveness on this beautiful, mysterious planet depends on them awakening to their manifest destiny.