Don’t Panic About Politics — Here’s Where Your True Power Lies

Posted by Idiocracy42 1 year, 7 months ago to Culture
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Brief snippet from a good read:

Avoid Victim Mentality by Realizing Where Your Power Lies

The power of the individual is alive and well, even in this deeply flawed system, and even in the face of growing totalitarianism. It becomes yours by stepping outside of the system with every decision and purchase you make.

With every action you take, you also set the example for others to follow, thereby making you a change-agent within your own small circle of family, friends and acquaintances. In the end, our collective actions will create the changes that are so desperately needed, and thinking locally will eventually have a global effect, not just in terms of commerce, but in terms of safeguarding our constitutional rights as well.

It’s important to realize that the only reason technocracy has not yet been able to overtake the U.S. — although they’re getting incredibly close — is because of our Constitution. This is why we must fight to protect our Constitution at all costs. One of the most effective ways to do this is through grassroots movements and getting involved in local politics.

What the technocrats are doing is making an end run around national sovereignty. Rather than a frontal assault on the system, which has never been successful, they’re simply eroding national sovereignty piece by piece
SOURCE URL: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/11/03/2020-presidential-election.aspx


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  • Posted by $ Abaco 1 year, 7 months ago
    This, unfortunately, makes sense.

    FWIW...In the clip showing the people involved in CladeX I note a woman who is one of the most evil people I know of. When I saw that I started taking this clip very seriously.
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  • Posted by 1 year, 7 months ago
    Another snippet:

    Don’t Panic — Refocus

    Regardless of who wins the presidency, please realize that your power as an individual lies in your day-to-day decisions, and that no matter who bears the title of president of the United States, the corporate influence will remain, as will the threat of the technocratic agenda.

    Also realize that creating divisiveness among people is part of a carefully orchestrated plan that works in the oligarchy’s favor, so we really need to get smarter about how we engage in the political process and avoid falling for their carefully constructed and sophisticated propaganda that limit us from having any really hopeful choices.

    As long as we’re at each other’s throats over things we have little or no control over, it distracts us from analyzing and addressing the underlying system that is creating the problems in the first place. So, let people have their opinion, whether we’re talking about political or presidential candidates, because these are all false choices anyway.
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