How will it end?

When I saw this man protesting, tears came running down my face.

This is a very informative documentary, covers so much! I highly recommend it, it’s worth watching til the very end, (49:38 is so hopeful)! I truly believe there’s hope in unity. We can do this together. We can defend our freedoms and our rights. If not us, there’s no one who will fight for our freedom.

Clown World strikes again, have you heard that BLM has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize?

I think this poem is so relevant to our current times, it’s been falsely credited to Obama, Marianne Williamson and Nelson Mandela—plagiarism is rampant with the celebrities that pose as politicians and social leaders. I don’t have anything against Mandela but I think Williamson and Obama are scam artists. Obama did nothing to deserve the Nobel Peace Prize, he got it for being the first half-black President. He fooled me at first, what a smooth talker, but after he bailed out Wall Street I knew where his loyalties were. Now that I know about his late night hotdog orders and the murder of Seal Team 6, he’s a monster. Our heroes were criminals, rapists and liars. We have to take on that role now. We’re the only ones who can be trusted. We the people. Leaders are supposed to Serve, not rule over us.

“You have been telling people that this is the Eleventh Hour, now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour. And there are things to be considered…

Where are you living?
What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Are you in right relation?
Where is your water?

Know your garden.
It is time to speak your truth.
Create your community.
Be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for your leader.

Then he clasped his hands together, smiled, and said, “This could be a good time! There is a river flowing now very fast. It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid. They will try to hold on to the shore. They will feel they are being torn apart and will suffer greatly. Know the river has its destination. The elders say we must let go of the shore, push off into the middle of the river, keep our eyes open, and our heads above the water.

And I say, see who is in there with you and celebrate. At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally, least of all ourselves. For the moment that we do, our spiritual growth and journey come to a halt.

The time of the lone wolf is over. Gather yourselves! Banish the word ’struggle’ from your attitude and your vocabulary. All that we do now must be done in a sacred manner and in celebration.

We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

–Hopi Elders’ Prophecy, June 8, 2000

https://www.awakin.org/read/view.php?tid=702

16 Comments

    1. I hope you’re right, and that conclusion arrives soon. I worry that by the time people fight back in the US, our freedoms will already be gone. They use our fear as an excuse to steal authority over us.

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  1. I felt sickened watching the video (both of them actually) but am glad you shared it and I have forwarded the “How Will it End” video to others. Many times I felt chilled that this is the reality upon us…and powerless in hearing the plan…feeling there is no stopping it…particularly after seeing what’s happened in America this past year with the blatant disregard of our rights…and knowing these are the activities and sentiments of the new regime.

    I have been suspicious of the plandemic and masks from day 1… yet comply on the few times I go in a public business (not outdoors) if only out of respect for those in fear. However, with the new, more transmitable version I know more people who are very sick with the ccp/covid virus in the last month than all of last year and that in itself has made me pull back and isolate more.

    As you know, I’ve never supported technology and have very little to do with it…and for many of the reasons cited in the video. Unfortunately, so many sheeple have fallen easy prey for “convenience sake” I truly wonder if there is any hope as I doubt there is turning back. In all honesty, this projected scenario kills my desire to live on this planet anymore. My slice of hope is seeing the multitude of protests worldwide…but I also fear it will become much worse before better. There is no humanity in AI…or the ones supporting it as witnessed by the radical behavior we’ve seen with no regard for life.

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    1. The documentary was depressing but I think also hopeful. I think we’re at a point where our freedom has to be fought for, it won’t just be given back to us. If there were constant rallies against masks, lockdowns, vaccines (no burning or looting but peaceful rallies) we’d win our freedoms back.

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      1. Unfortunately, I think America became too complacent, taking freedom for granted. How many times have we seen the signage “Freedom is not free” yet dismissed it?

        After seeing the outrageous treatment of peaceful protestors (and our President) at the Capitol, I am sorry to say I am not so sure that we would win our freedoms back that way…yet silence guarantees we would not. I like the idea in the video you posted…where they got the police on their side because they realized what they were doing to humanity was wrong. Sadly, violent people as we saw with Antifa and BLM all summer get their way…while the peaceful protestors are ignored. I’ve never supported violence and the entire political process is disheartening yet the radicals are the ones running and being elected. To me, it seems money is the only thing they understand which to me means boycotting all the companies who support Antifa and BLM.

        BTW, I am sure you already know this…but people who speak out are often discredited, hence Reuters discredited much of the info in the video. But, I don’t let that dissuade me because it usually means they are too close to telling the truth.

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      2. I think that we’re so divided because of race war propaganda, that it’ll be a challenge to overcome the rhetoric of BLM (which was nominated for the Nobel Peace award). I think all of the major corps back them either out of support or out of fear of the repercussions of not joining them. It would be difficult to boycott all the companies unless you were living off grid. I do think boycotting is a good form of resistance though.

        I think police will join the fight only after some innocent protesters become martyred, that seems to be when they finally realize that what they’re supporting is wrong. It was incredible to see how the European lockdown protestors were getting beaten down by cops especially in comparison to how in the US the BLM/Antifa protestors were the aggressors. Police in the US just stood huddled together like victims, getting beaten and looking inept probably because of stand down orders. North Americans are so spoiled but we still trash our freedoms until we have none.

        I think violence breeds more violence but I no longer am a pacifist. I support the 2nd amendment, our constitutional right to self-defense; without it, citizens would be completely defenseless against a totalitarian regime. I’ve seen how the government repeatedly conducts false flag events, crisis actors (especially children) get their propaganda message of disarming the public “for their own safety”. It’s just like how we’re being spied on by our phones/tech for “our safety”. Government is there to serve the people not rule over the people but that ideal us never realized in actuality.

        I disregard what the debunking sites say, they are part of the propaganda, nothing they debunk is ever thoroughly researched. No one has credibly debunked Wikileaks/Pizzagate which started this movement. It wasn’t Russian disinformation. They will attack information that is exposing the truth, “over the target” information always gets the meaningless, debunked label.

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      3. When I heard BLM was nominated for the Nobel Peace prize it immediately discredited the prize in my eyes. Why don’t they nominate Hitler if that’s the case? I, too, think the race card continues to divide but unfortunately many continue to play it and MSM exacerbates it. Quite frankly, I’m sick of it…I never use to be prejudice but it is making me lean more that way. Enough already. They obviously don’t want unity. As I’ve said from day one and will continue to say it, “All lives matter. It is character, not color, that makes the difference.” And when I see those choosing violence and oppression, well that says it all about their character.

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      4. It’s an upside world, where criminality is celebrated as justice. I think we all have media and culturally inspired biases that were based on racist stereotypes, but most fight against them. I’m guilty of making quick assessments of people (of any race) by how they’re dressed and behaving. I think it’s an automatic response, a safety reaction to avoid danger. If it’s late at night and someone’s following close to me asking me for the time or whatever I tend to see them as a threat regardless of what race they are. Some would say that I’m a racist for that. It’s gotten so hate-fueled that now if you don’t tip the scale in favor of certain racial groups you’re considered racist. They consider it “equity vs equality”. The white woman who wrote “White Fragility” is raking in profits by selling “white Guilt/Virtue Signaling”, the woke concept that all white people are inherently racist and the system is set up against minorities so reparations are due to the victims of generational racism. The end result is inequality, judging others by race which inspires resentment and more racial division. If we are to be held accountable for our ancestors behavior we are all doomed. The past is full of hatred and violence. I honestly don’t know what the solution is except for historical Truth and space for honest discussion which is no longer allowed. The slave trade was enabled by black tribes that sold other black people into slavery for profit and black on black crime is still rampant. BLM will never admit to this or look at this, victimhood is not just about injustice it’s a mentality of staying down, accepting handouts and servitude/slavery. That’s what the socialists want for All of us now, they don’t want any of us to be independent, they want us dependent, ignorant and powerless but fooled with an illusion of false freedom.
        I’m not saying that racism and discrimination shaped the birth of this country and fueled bigotry for generations following, it’s an evil that needs to be reviled. But positive changes that occurred because of the civil rights movement, people are getting lynched anymore like BLM is pretending. That false narrative is destroying our country, acknowledging truth is the only way to peace.

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      5. I think working toward the solution is NOT being silenced, NOT standing down, NOT accepting this irrational behavior and narrative, having the courage to speak the truth, and support those who do as well. I am thankful for the few who do this publicly like Josh Hawley or Candice Owens. Unfortunately, getting involved in local as well as national politics is another step that I abhor (particularly while the shame/blame/dig up dirt game is played) but I do understand that is one way to affect change…just look at all the slugs in office now and see what they are doing to this country while the rest of us took our freedom for granted, falsely believing it would never happen here…

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      6. I like Hadley and Owens too. I worry for them, not easy being the voice of dissent. Politics has always been corrupt actually, beginning with the Roman senators who took bribes etc just as they do now. Did you know the the first banks were the Church? They would meet at the bank of a river, to make exchanges, that’s where the word, Bank comes from. I think we’re just starting to see a glimpse into how the world is secretly run. I think the Cabal has to be taken down and that would take a coordinated world-wide effort. All world leaders are mere puppets to the real controllers… the Rothchilds, Rockefeller’s etc.

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