Posted by Roger Mallett Posted on 26 November 2022

The Last Battle For Humanity

Some are finally realizing that this may very well be the last battle for humanity. That the ‘control’ which people tout as the reasoning behind everything, was already had through generations of nudging and prodding so why the sudden rush? There is now a ‘deadline’ it would seem and the question for me is: why?

If anything can be learned from the history of our benevolent ‘rulers’, is that they don’t shoot for single outcomes; multi-layered operations are the ‘norm’ and naivete and ignorance are their greatest weapons.

How unprepared we are for this battle; having been divided and conditioned over generations, to accept the life of serfdom or ‘slavery lite’ as ‘the best system in the world’ and as the only way to ‘live’.

Now, we get to experience the turning of the governments of the world against their peoples and with that, half, or more of the general public against themselves. To bear witness to the sheer ignorance and abject stupidity required to move this operation forward is disheartening, to say the least. As some put it: ‘The greatest time to be alive’.

To say that we have been ‘dumbed down’ over the generations is an understatement if one simply compares the grade school tests of the early nineteen hundreds, with those of today. One could easily observe, in the last 50 years, that as the intellect of the aggregate population decreased, the consolidation, into fewer hands, of the ‘essentials’ of life, increased.

Realizing that all of humanity seems to have been part of the greatest ‘experiment’ in history, through generations, to bring us to where we are now, is a daunting and requires one to move forward and dig deep into ‘who’ they actually are. As I have mentioned before: Are we who we are born to be or who we are raised to be?

Have we become better human beings through the progression of our lives and propagated that forward or have we simply taught, generation after generation, how to better get money from one pocket into theirs?

The choice has always been ours.

It is through the lives, actions and acceptance (tacit or otherwise) of ‘good’ people which has created this moment in time, so apparently we might all have some ‘improving’ to do. Perhaps if we stopped concentrating on being seen as ‘good’ people, we could simply become better each day. People tend to forget that life is a journey rather than a destination or a competition.

It is not a difficult concept, that better people build better societies. And it should be self evident at this point that the human race is in a rut; spinning its wheels chasing other people’s tales which does not allow for actual ‘growth’ of our species nor at the individual level (can’t have the former without the latter).



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