Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Exopolitics with Mark Snider, guests James Horak, Mhairead MacDonald and Andrew Ebisu



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James Horak, Mhairead MacDonald and Andrew Ebisu discuss Fukushima and the coming police state in America.

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4 comments:

  1. As nonsensical as it may sound, albeit relevant in my opinion, I'd like to share an observation made while peering out of the window of a typical suburban home during the hearing of this podcast.

    After seeing the numerous unemptied recycle bins stroon about the neighborhood over a 36 hour period, I called the waste company to inquire. As it turned out, the management had no idea that the custodian failed to make his rounds on the designated date and time, and scrambled to remedy the error. I found it odd that out of 100+ home subdivision, not one resident came forward.

    During that interim, and likened to the zombie meme in the mind of just about every 30 year old, the residents here lumbered along in oblivion to and fro, growling unintelligebly, dragging their limbs drudgedly stepping over the refuse they placed to the curb two days prior as if some magical force would remove it from their sight and mind.

    My point? If people cannot make the simplest of observations that affect their daily lives and their environment, how can we expect them to notice geo-engineering patterns in the sky, corporate media mind control via digital manipulation, to say nothing of an event that may very well result in the end of life on Earth? I'm compelled to paraphrase the late William Cooper: The sheeple will follow the Judas goat right into the shearing pens and from there they will go to the slaughter; they will not know what has happened until they smell the blood of the sheeple in front of them.

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  2. Consciousness has many aspects to it with each having their own approach to reality, painting what may or may not be actually present before the eyes. The trigger that opens them up to otherwise unconsidered possibility is stress. Why I say that going two days without food might represent such a wake-up call to overfed Americans. You are describing the indolence attended upon by media and its constant representation of a rather droll reality that robs one of openness to possibility and that can settle into even day to day routine. But what might happen when the routine itself is radically changed...that's another matter.

    I often talk about wonders we see before us. When many wait to hear these interpreted elsewhere, or even mentioned, they soon lose them from their thoughts, unincorporated, fallen between the cracks. Simply because they don't "integrate" with the day to day world of that routine. The failings of science has modeled this as acceptable in its own way of shelving anomaly.

    Fukushima and encroaching corporate fascism corrupting more and more of systems is leading to the stress I mention. Only the most extreme of mind control, fear, can keep it from triggering the outrage needed to lead to change...or so the elite think. But we shall see, especially once people begin to see how little they have left to lose by having the courage to strike back. JCH

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    1. Well stated, my friend. I am sorry to report that I do not see the level of outrage necessary to reach the impasse: at least not in this geographical strata. I understand that the chips were stacked against all of us at some point. It is sad that they will not use their precious electronics for real research. By the way...now I'm looking at a deluge of "empty" recycle bins. Maybe the zombies will collect them up after hitting happy hour....

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  3. things just can't be as bad as they seem..and nobody seems to appreciate the idea that they create their own reality...but welcome to my nightmare! haha! james,without naming names,what d'y'think of the zetatalk lady,right?

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