By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
If you get your news from alternative sources that aren’t afraid to report the truth, you can’t help but get angry sometimes.
I read a recent piece from geoengineering activist Dane Wigington, for example, who shared a U.S. Senate document wherein the government’s involvement with chemtrails and other acts of geoengineering are admitted.
The U.S. and other countries are actively involved in weather modification, and the document proves it while stating that the people responsible don’t have to be held accountable (more info here).
Dane also shared a U.S. Navy training video that’s all about “biological warfare” to further back up the claims that this is all real (check out the video here).
Chemtrails and other forms of covert weather warfare are being used on the masses, and the evidence is there to confirm it. Along with genetically modified foods, hazardous vaccines and an array of other things that are used to weaken the planet and its people, the powers that be are carelessly interfering with the weather and hardly anyone is trying to stop them. Sadly, those who do try to raise awareness are stereotyped as paranoid conspiracy theorists.
The U.S. Navy training video describes the various ways weather warfare can be used against an enemy country, such as destroying their crops and committing biological genocide on their population. Like Dane wrote in his article, there’s no reason the elite wouldn’t use these weapons in the U.S. if the populace became too rebellious. I don’t think they will, but the fact that they can should be alarming.
U.S. citizens are just as vulnerable to these attacks as anyone, and with the continuous spraying of chemtrails and the engineered drought in California, it’s clear that the elite are already using these weapons against us. For the most part, people are just too unaware and complacent to notice or do anything about it.
I also recently read a story of a child’s Leukemia being cured with cannabis oil (more info here). This is probably the tenth story of its kind I’ve read in a short period of time, and while it’s a great story, what upset me was the quote from Child Protective Services shared in the article about the medicinal effectiveness of THC.
“There are many challenges with marijuana research as it relates to cancer. While it shows promise for controlling cancer pain among some patients, there is still concern that marijuana may cause toxic side effects in some people and that the benefits of THC must be carefully weighed against its potential risks. There is no available scientific evidence from controlled studies in humans that cannabinoids can cure or treat cancer.” (Source)
Their statement downplays marijuana’s effectiveness as if its intended to justify their abduction of critically ill children whose parents give them medicinal cannabis oil, and they gave no indication that the draconian laws surrounding medical cannabis (or at least their role in enforcing these laws by taking children) will change any time soon.
Meanwhile, Big Pharma gets away with actual crimes, like approving OxyContin for 11 year-olds. You could have your 11 year-old taken away if you give them cannabis oil to treat seizures or even cancer, but you can legally give them opiates.
There are plenty more examples, and my point is that it’s okay to be tired of the government. We have every reason to be fed up with this entire corrupt, hypocritical system, and we don’t have to keep tolerating it.
We don’t have to watch as the elite get away with mentally, physically and spiritually poisoning the world, and we can rise up and take action; not in a violent way, but in a conscious and compassionate way. We can educate people about what’s really going on, and only when everyone’s aware and willing to do something can we make a change.
The world’s condition has saddened and infuriated me, and the sadness set in when I realized that I’ve failed to live consciously and set a positive example so far. I still fall prey to habits rooted in greed, gluttony and general overindulgence, and while we aren’t here to be perfect, I think the best way to change the world is to rid ourselves of everything negative or harmfully selfish that keeps greed and darkness going in the world.
When I can hold myself accountable for my own wrongdoing and try to make a change, and I think it’ll make it easier for others to do the same. The elite can be held accountable and the masses can set our sights on running the world without them, because we’ll have all taken some step, however small, toward personal change. The external world will naturally reflect this, and the elite could be easily exposed if everyone took responsibility for their shadow side.
When I was angry and saddened, I had to figure out what I should do with it. I couldn’t let it bring me down or keep me from writing, so I had to plan my next step.
I realized right off the bat that writing is the tool I want to use to raise awareness, and I realized soon after that I can’t let this struggle turn me cold or cynical and I can’t just focus on what’s wrong with the world. Some people are devoted to activism, which they use as a weapon to drive the elite to their grave, but I think this is only a part of my purpose.
My main purpose will always be to share love and good vibes in the form of the written word, and while I feel a renewed need to use writing to join the fight against the elite, it isn’t the only thing I’m here to do.
“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new” – Dan Millman, Way of the Peaceful Warrior (Source)
I’m not just here to help bring down the elite. I’m here to share love through writing, and in order to do so, I have to live from the heart. No matter what I write or how much I focus on bringing down the elite, I have to do it with love.
Without love, I have only anger and other forms of negativity. With love, I have the fire; I have the essential inner flame that inspires us to share our art with the world while actively striving for personal and societal change.
My purpose is to give love, even to the very forces tinkering with the planet and the people’s health with no regard for the common good, but in no way should love equal complacency. Love should lead to conscious, compassionate action, and we can’t let our love deplete when we get active because we’ll lose the compassion that inspired us in the first place.
The ones who say we should “hang the bankers” have been in this fight for so long that they’ve lost some of their love, and no matter how rough it gets, let’s remember that those evil people in the suits are still people. Like the popular reggae group SOJA says about the elite, “I will never turn my back on them. Forgive but don’t forget”.
“Do you want to be just like them?
Blend with hooligans and mix with evil men
When they strike, you strike back again and again
And soon, you’re gonna be just like them” (Lyrics Source)
This war has to be waged with love and compassionate activism, and it helps to keep this in mind when reading or researching an unsettling topic.
In a world ruled by greed and hatred, the best thing we can do is openly share love and good vibes while striving for positive change. Nothing else will be as effective, and uncontrolled anger will only cause more violence and destruction as we approach the end of an age and the beginning of something totally new that won’t be defined by governments, but by the people.