What is the Global Elite’s Agenda?

I just viewed this film last night and to be honest I am really concerned.  I would be interested to hear from others about what they think?  I believe a global public conversation should happen to discuss what is going on in our world in our name and portrayed as serving us.  Is that true?  Perhaps.  You have to look into outcomes to see the good in something that appears not good.

I am going to sit quietly for a moment in reflection on this.

I believe it is a wake up call to humanity.  It feels as if we have allowed others to make decisions in our name and we are suppressed by the fear of standing up, standing out, the fear of losing our job and the fear of ridicule etc.  For those who have brought new ideas to the table it seems the fear is of being taken away and killed.  This feels as if the reason we don’t SPEAK UP.

If you feel something is not right in your world, it is important to discuss it with others and look for proactive solutions.  If not for you then the future of your children and grandchildren.  As this agenda appears not about the majority but the few.  Those who are the foot soldiers or employees assisting to carry out this agenda believe they are safe but I remember the words of a poem written by the German Lutheran pastor Martin Niemöller  …

The best-known versions of the speech are the poems that began circulating by the 1950s.[1] The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum quotes the following text as one of the many poetic versions of the speech:[2][3]

First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—
     Because I was not a socialist.

Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—
     Because I was not a trade unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
     Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

I think it is more scary to say nothing then to SPEAK UP.  There is empowerment in at least voicing what one thinks or feels.  Yes you become visible but is that not what you believe in?  People do not have to be offensive or rude or mirror the very attitudes they are concerned about.  I personally do not dislike anyone but I will speak truthfully as I believe it is the highest love and respect to be authentically visible.  It is the very essence of democracy and humanity.  I am open to all viewpoints if others want to speak up who have different views.  This is essential to ensure peace and security.  That is why democracy has been effective, protest and freedom of speech are safety valves.  It is suppression that becomes the powder keg for violence, that is why I advocate for openness as a healthy response.  I will never be intolerant to those different to me, I will embrace them as family. That is my way.

What I like about this film is that solutions are expressed at the end.  It also promotes nonviolence and I like the word ‘non violation’.  I understand that.  I was with two elderly women yesterday, both in their 80’s we spoke about the world and they said to me they are very concerned with the young ones plugged in.  They remember the Second World War, they recall Gough Whitlam and they were concerned he was removed. They were very wise women I found.  I realised a lot of people are talking about what is happening.  I have not heard one person say they think it is good.  The older ones know things have changed.  These ladies knitted their own jumpers, made their own things when younger and were self sufficient.  They spoke to me of the housing market and how ridiculous the prices are having gone up from 4,000 pounds when younger to $100,000 10 years ago to half a million.  They said young one’s can’t even buy a house anymore.  One of the women had been reading about aborigines and she was shocked at how they were treated, the lack of respect for them and how the children were removed.  She is 80 and still learning.  I really liked that the two of them had a disagreement but didn’t argue they both respected they had different views.  I regard this as non violation.  The elders know it is fine to speak up but they don’t become argumentative and aggressive, they accept people are different. We all agreed we wanted a better world.  The exhibited wisdom.  We all hugged and I left.

This film is a starting point.  I do not believe given my own experience that we are living in a democracy, I believe we are moving towards fascism and it has deeply moved me.  I am into peace, love, compassion, conflict resolution, freedom of speech and an intention for truth and that is my nature.  The world I envisage is a reflection of what people truly want, I believe this to be happiness.  I do not believe they want to be surveilled, or their education system a modality of control, or their lives used to benefit the few in some form of servitude.  I believe they want to express themselves, to live in integrity, to value all life, to value nature, to live their lives to their fullest potential and co-create a world not only fit for children but inspiring for their children.  They want a world that no longer survives but actually thrives in a spirit of joy and real hope.  That is my feeling.  It is this feeling that moves this blog.

I send love to those who believe they are bred to rule, they are superior, more intelligent and in control.  I send peace as I know they live lives in fear that require a great effort to suppress others.  I also know we are moving into a time space continuum where a real universal enlightenment is opening minds, hearts and portals to higher truths.  I see this as a cosmic event not human orchestrated.  I know we are moving towards the end of an era where the fears of this past will no longer exist as we move into who we really are.  I feel a deep love for everyone and I do not dislike those who chose the dark path.  I recognise you cannot see the light without the dark.  I no-longer believe in them and us.  I believe in us.  I accept each has to walk their path as I have to walk mine.  I will always wish them wellbeing.  What if we are ONE and have been all of it. Then who can we blame?

Perhaps chaos is nature’s panacea to a New World Order.  It is funny I look at people who are tidy and I contrast this with nature, the leaves on the ground, allowing it to be messy as nature intends (not one thing out of place). Yet each of us seek to control, to make it neat, to make it clean.  I feel that is how far we have to travel to return to our nature.  I realise it is to let go of control and allow nature to take its course.  Perhaps this is a course in miracles.  Nature itself is the real miracle. We (you and I) are indeed that.

To truly thrive is to truly let go of control.  It is a bit like the little plant that needs certain conditions as it pushes through the hard earth, once it pops up it thrives as the sun empowers its life force energy. To align with nature is the real conditions for thriving which is the true sustainability.

So let’s start with the film Thrive to gain a deeper understanding of how fear works and operates under the guise of control and what can be done to transform this destructive pathway that serves no-one.


Mohandas Gandhi

“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”