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It wouldn’t be the first time in history that the Hebrews changed the narrative and overthrew an overbearing empire. Think Egypt and Rome.
When people are oppressed they see the dark-side of humanity. Trauma forces humans to adapt and overcome any situation. When starving and angry, it can even make us rich… So rich in fact, that we forget what it was like to be the victim. (King David)
We are at a point in history, where we need to change our direction, or collectively face dire consequences.
It doesn’t matter who is to blame, what’s important is that we globally re-learn compassion.
I would be willing lead a campaign that forgives major players of the establishment, for the small price of canceling all financial debt.
Jailing those who fund overthrowing democratic societies is not an effective solution, it is just a band-aid, a repeat of history.
I urge you to join us for the greater good of humanity!
Once upon a time, before social media, I was walking to a friend’s house who lived in my subdivision. As I was walking, I noticed what looked like a giant tortoise blocking the sidewalk. I wiped my eyes; thinking I was either hallucinating, or perhaps the neighborhood teens got high, and were up to stealing land ornaments again.
So, I approached the thing, and sure enough it moved! Then out of nowhere, a bunch of little kids came around and started hitting it with sticks.
I ran home to use the landline telephone. (Lulz) But… I was too late. The same kids who were hitting the 100 year tortoise with sticks, also has cell phones. 😀
The Zoo arrived on the scene, and said the Tortoise escaped.
I did’t get a reward for my discovery, but it did make the paper that no one read.
The conclusion of the matter is this. Even before social media, people were so distracted and caught up in their own affairs, that they missed a giant 100 year old tortoise slowly escape from the zoo.
The zoo is in Royal Oak, my friend’s house was on 12 Mile and Stephenson Hwy — in Madison Heights! How the in holy Hell did no one see this thing? Makes me wonder, what else people don’t see?.. UFO sightings back then, chem-trails now. I think it’s fair to say that humans distract themselves by nature, with or without mass media consumption.
Whenever I think of this event, it gives me faith. I mean; if a giant leviathan can escape from the zoo at 2 miles per hour, I can easily believe God could summon some she bears from the zoo also, and save me from times of trouble.
It also makes me believe in other sightings that took place outside my bedroom window as a child, because clearly, not many have ever looked into the sky in the same direction I did.
Misdirection is a form of deception in which the attention of an audience is focused on one thing in order to distract its attention from another. Managing the audience’s attention is the aim of all theater; it is the foremost requirement of theatrical magic. Whether the magic is of a “pocket trick” variety, or, a large stage production, misdirection is the central secret of all magic. The term is used to describe either the effect (the observer’s focus on an unimportant object) or the sleight of hand or patter (the magician’s speech) that creates it.isdirection is a form of deception in which the attention of an audience is focused on one thing in order to distract its attention from another. Managing the audience’s attention is the aim of all theater; it is the foremost requirement of theatrical magic. Whether the magic is of a “pocket trick” variety, or, a large stage production, misdirection is the central secret of all magic. The term is used to describe either the effect (the observer’s focus on an unimportant object) or the sleight of hand or patter (the magician’s speech) that creates it.