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ALICE IN WONDERLAND: I'M UP FOR THE BIG FIGHT - ARE YOU?
We must unite to beat the crisis rollercoaster
By Alice Jones, News Uncut columnist
1. A stage in a sequence of events at which the trend of all future events, especially for better or for worse, is determined; turning point
2. A condition of instability or danger, as in social, economic, political or international affairs, leading to a decisive change.
3. A dramatic emotional or circumstantial upheaval in a person’s life.
I THINK we all accept, as Ronan Keating suggests… ‘Life is a rollercoaster’ but a good old rollercoaster tends to involve ups as well as downs. We use the ups to take a breath, gain strength, recalibrate and brace ourselves. I think few would argue that, since we were hit with the ‘Covid crisis’ in March 2020, we’ve been on one very long trip down.
A full week of mourning for our late Majesty the Queen was hardly an uplifting scenario, but oddly, it gave a little respite from the usual news coverage which persists daily with crisis after crisis.
Sadly it did little to lift the mood. The moment the official period of media mourning was over, we were thrown back into the quagmire of being reminded of our looming choice to ‘eat or heat’ while being blind sided by a ‘mini-budget’ that made the average budget look like small fry.
What concerns me most, as this crisis ridden agenda persists, is that people are losing their individual and collective power. A crisis results in fear. Fear results in a universal human response system of fight (get angry), flight (attempt to escape), freeze (as it says on the tin) and fawn (please the creator of fear in an attempt to resist harm).
When the amygdala portion of the brain is activated, our decisions are almost out of our control and they tend to be impulsive – life saving. So, for example, when a ‘safe and effective’ vaccine was created to stop us all being ventilated in ICU, it was a natural human response by the masses to go for the life-saving option? Questions asked later, or maybe not?
What the majority don’t seem to realise is who’s pulling the strings right now? Who’s actually being alarmingly effective in taking our POWER away on the basis that we will flock to a saving grace, whatever that may be?
Who is deciding that the climate crisis on top of every other God forsaken crisis is so critical that we may have to live in extremely restricted living circumstances going forwards?
How many people are even aware of the massive shift which took place during the height of the pandemic, which saw every single government worldwide utterly unprepared for such an event?
Who’s funding and guiding the relentlessly negative media coverage – much of which contains the same basic messaging globally?
I raised Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum in conversation with a friend the other day – she’s a huge news hound and she looked at me as though I’d grown horns. Not a blinking clue. Oh my. OH MY!
On September 14, the WEF published an article on ‘My Carbon’ - essentially it’s a drive for each person to take individual account of their personal carbon emissions. We know this is not going to happen with the wave of a magic wand, it needs to be enforced and, at this rate, it’s going to be.
People are literally walking off a cliff edge in terms of holding on to any kinds of personal freedoms and they still can’t see it.
Once you understand how many world leaders and influencers are tied into the WEF – a wholly unelected but somehow elevated and highly influential global organisation of elite and wealthy people – you may start to have the colly wobbles.
Take two more steps up the knowledge ladder and realise that a group of high-level organisations (WHO, UN, DAVOS, Gates Foundation, to name a few) are all working in cahoots and your colly wobbles may progress to a full-blown case of the shingles (it’s been around a lot lately).
In fact, there’s a whole lot of trouble (potentially...) coming our way and don’t for a second think it’s not interconnected. It’s drip fed, on purpose.
A full-blown agenda of fear and confusion driven by a corrupt mainstream media funded by those in the driving seat. It’s mind blowing. For those of us old enough to remember a childhood where critical thinking was encouraged, or a career in journalism where objectivity and two sides of the story were paramount, we’ve sussed it.
For far too many, buckled in securely for the ride and glued to the MSM side of the story, it’s a one-way ticket to subservient hell. Be afraid… Be very afraid. Oh and people are.
A friend said to me yesterday, “I almost don’t want to wake up in the morning – what’s going to hit us next?” And this is the concern. Our bodies are not built to sustain a never ending state of crisis. The chemicals circulated in order for us to make haste from an attacker are designed to be utilised with immediate effect. Left to fester, or simply roll round our bodies over months... or at this point years and our bodies begin to suffer.
Our immune system is depleted, we’re plagued with lethargy, disease and moods are lowered. In this state we’re liable to turn to processed or unhealthy food, addictive substances to lift the anguish, or suffer from poor sleep and a lack of va va voom!
People are being slowly but surely crushed by spoon fed drama which is only escalated and heightened by our ability to communicate so effectively, or otherwise, on social media. Try a day in a forest, or on the beach with no access to the ‘news’ and it’s amazing how even a short break can shift the perspective.
We have a full-blown fight on our hands. A fight for our lives – literally. A physically and mentally weakened and compliant society is going to lose this fight hands down if people don’t wake up to what’s unfolding around us and realise just how much of it is being intentionally engineered.
I hear an alarming number of people saying they don’t watch the news anymore – why not? It’s not the time for a head-in-the-sand job, believe me. Just choose the news you watch. Be critical, ask questions, spot the same phrasing being pumped out daily to the point it’s actually reiterated by people on the street. Shake off your pride and take a pal who you worried was on the ‘conspiracy’ side of things for coffee, ask for their sources of information and start to form your own opinions. Research and learn. There isn’t time to be complacent.
We all need to step back into our power before the powers that be drain the living daylights out of us.
How to affect actual change is for another article, this one is focused on the importance of being prepared enough to do so.
Realise that while much of what is happening is genuinely alarming, our chances of pulling through are going to be far greater if we retain the required strength – individually and collectively.
Eat well, exercise, step back and be alert to what you may be subconsciously processing. Connect with people, buy local, use cash, encourage community initiatives with locally grown food etc. Little steps but empowered ones too. I’m up for the big fight, are you?