The Best Protest is No Protest
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allevi8ed
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Rather than protesting against whatever it is today or tomorrow, the only way to change things is by noncooperation.

The Best Protest is No Protest

What is occurring out on the streets is not a "revolution" of any kind. I don't think it could even be called a protest anymore.

It's more like every city's mental ward had shut down and the liberated patients are now running amok.

Whatever you want to call it, there is absolutely no need for it. Even if it was a civil protest, it wouldn't be needed.

There have been many protests throughout history, but did any of them truly accomplish anything? I mean, really?

There have been many protests throughout history, but did any of them truly accomplish anything? I mean, really? (Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation was a movement by the way, not a protest. Which worked.)

Protesting hasn't ever gotten anything done, and never will.

However, what would actually work, is saying "F*** you!" by not doing anything.

However, what would actually work, is saying "F*** you!" by not doing anything. By this I mean through noncooperation.

We must cease to cooperate and no longer accept without question what the state and its controlling elite tell us to believe.

What they want is total control of human perception, which they damn-near already have, so we must take it back.

If perception doesn't change, then nothing will, or even could change.

We don't need a "revolution" of fighting— isn't that how we arrived at this juncture in the first place?

What's needed is a revolution of perception.

The technocratic corporate elite of narcissists who are in control have structured and manipulated human society to herd humanity into their unquestioning,

narcissistic mindset or pattern with all its different labels that hide the fact that they're all the same basic perceptual state.

What we call "external" experience is only a mirror of the inner self.

What we call "external" experience is only a mirror of the inner self. And how do you change the "outer?"

What we call "external" experience is only a mirror of the inner self. And how do you change the "outer?" You change the inner.

When the 'outer' is only a decided reflection of the inner, there is no other way.

As above, so below;

As above, so below; So within; so without--

As above, so below; So within; so without-- a Universal law that is true of our individual lives and the world in general.

For example, if enough people hate, we must live in a reality based in the frequency of that hatred.

For example, if enough people hate, we must live in a reality based in the frequency of that hatred. What you fight, you become.

It's simple cause and effect.

What impact do you think a protest like that of today will have in terms of the reality this mindset will create?

Those targeted will reflect back their own contempt and resistance.

Those targeted will reflect back their own contempt and resistance. Then, another day, another wave of protest and resistance.

It's like jogging in place, ultimately getting us nowhere.

Up the stakes to an all-out riot and the same happens but on an even more extreme level.

(Martial Law, perhaps...?)

But what if a protest was done from an awareness of how reality actually works?

What if we dropped the protesting altogether?

Unfair and unjust government and police actions create a resistance 'against.'

Unfair and unjust government and police actions create a resistance 'against.' To protest is to protest 'against.'

Unfair and unjust government and police actions create a resistance 'against.' To protest is to protest 'against.' Resistance to protest is to resist 'against.'

The resistance is only the protest reflected back--keeping the cycle going.

This is why people like George Soros are so intent on maximizing protest.

This cycle must be broken, which can only be done by looking at reality in a different way.

If we want a peaceful world, we must all be of a loving mindset.

Yet, testosterone rages on, screaming, "Don't give me that crap about love changes all! Let's f***in' rage!"

What will this produce?

It would only create a reality founded on rage because the focus of the rage will reflect it back to create a cycle of endless rage.

Sounds great, testosterone.

Well done.

By now it's obvious, though not to a lot, that authorities—whether political, administrative, corporate, scientific, academic, media or part of the entertainment industry—

mislead us all the time either by being misled themselves or through outright lies. And not with little lies, but enormous distortions of the truth and reality.

The safest way to filter through the bullshit narratives they feed us is to believe none of it until it is proven worthy of acceptance.

In any event, always ask the question, "Who benefits from me believing what they're telling me?" Words don't change the world; only outcomes do.

The outcome will always tell you who is behind events that lead to or justify that outcome.

For example, instead of believing that "doctors" and the pharmaceutical industry knows what's best for you and your children, do your own research into vaccines, drugs, and deadly cancer treatments.

"Today [a] new world is struggling to be born, a world quite different from the one we've known. A world where the rule of law supplants the rule of the jungle. A world in which nations recognize the shared responsibility for freedom and justice. A world where the strong respect the rights of the weak...

“This is the vision that I shared with President Gorbachev in Helsinki. He and other leaders from Europe, the Gulf, and around the world understand that how we manage this crisis today could shape the future for generations to come."

This excerpt is from George H.W. Bush's speech before a joint session of Congress on Sept. 11, 1990, in which he describes his vision of a new world order amid the Persian Gulf crisis.

What you may not know is that when he speaks of "the strong" respecting "the weak," he is confessing to the world that we, the people, are the strong,

while those in support of this new world order are the weak minority.

The number of people enforcing the will of the tyrannical elite is incredibly tiny compared to the number of people this new world order is being imposed upon.

The pyramid of control they have set up has them at the top and we, the people, down at the bottom. We are the foundation that their corporations, agendas, and new world order rely upon.

If we stop cooperating in their unfair game, they will ultimately fall.

The best protest is no protest.

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