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Okay these thoughts have been building in my mind for the past few days. It really does seem that we can't truly get even a slice of "normality", doesn't it? Here in the UK things look to be heading towards opening up again and it's about time. We have, essentially, been in lockdown for 6 months now so it's high time it ends. I'm sure restrictions will be back in October/November, but for now they're going to give us a bit of breathing room and maybe even an International holiday or two so long as we're good boys and gals and take their vaccines (I think we're all of a similar mind regarding this one)... Anyway, this post is truly in response to the Harry and Meghan interview, Piers Morgan leaving GMB and now Sarah Everard's murder... All of these are connected and speak to a larger problem. Allow me to explain my thoughts.

 

First of all, let me just tell you that part of my feelings been so strong about this stem from the fact that this time last year I was still asleep to the true nature of this world. The plandemic changed everything for me. I always knew that the woke agenda was a nuisance, but that's all I thought it was... But now it has the power to truly change the world. In the wake of this year we've seen the BLM agenda (which has nothing to do with race and the little it does have to do with race is merely to stoke racial divisions) rise, the end of right wing politics in America (Trump's strange defeat) because of it (along with Covid), cancel culture running rampant (from Disney/Star Wars actors like Gina Carano to people in the media like Piers Morgan) and now the demonisation of anyone who dares to disagree with them.

 

I'm so shocked and worried about the future in Britain in particular because of what's happened here recently. For those not in the know, Piers Morgan dared to suggest that Meghan Markle was lying in her interview to Oprah. Personally, I don't dislike Meghan a great deal. I do believe she's lying and perhaps suffers from NPD (narcissistic personality disorder), but I certainly have no love for the Royal Family (who are completely behind The Great Reset), so I don't care about the interview. What bothers me is the reaction Piers got for speaking his mind. He got over 40,000 Ofcom complaints. So what? Who cares? ITV normally love it when he gets these headlines. But not this time. Meghan herself complained to get him removed, and now he's gone. GMB has turned fully woke because of this and it worries me. I don't care about Piers. He is a bully and was completely supportive of lockdowns while exhibiting hypocrtical behaviour himself (he jetted off to Antigua for Christmas while telling the rest of us to stay away from our own families). But for him to get fired over this signals to me that freedom of speech is dying... Even more worringly, even celebs who speak out in support of Piers are being lambasted. People who actually know him like Gary Lineker and Sharon Osbourne are speaking up in defence of him and are nearly getting cancelled for it (I'm sure Sharon will be gone from her show in America within days).

 

Now even the murder of young women is being used to push agendas. The murder of poor Sarah Everard is being used to make men feel guilty of crimes which they haven't committed. But if you say as much online, if you say that not all men are rapists or support them you will be called a woman-hater for it. And if you criticise any person of colour you're a racist. In the past (even just a few years ago), these views were just ordinary opinions on the internet held by nobodies. But now they have the ability to move mountains and shape this world. The woke mob is growing out of control with its power.

 

Ultimately, this is just a small cog in the machine which is inching us ever closer towards a true, horrific dystopian society. And as a 26 year old man I do worry for my future. I feel like I'm a man out of time. A man trapped in a world that doesn't make sense to him... I guess I see everything now that's coming in the distance and I only have so many options. Allow me to paint a picture for you.

 

Imagine you're in a nice house, surrounded by a nice garden. This is your safe zone. This is your current personal world. But it cannot remain your home forever. You will be forced to move each year to another house that has another garden, and each house is further away from the one you're in now... You look out of the window and see in the distance a small fire (this is how I used to see it). This fire cannot be put out easily. It's the fire of change, the fire of evil, and it's being created deliberetly by an arsonist... But it can't hurt you. Not now, and you'd be very unlucky indeed to move next to that fire... But then one day you look and see that the fire isn't just spreading, it's absolutelly spread everywhere. That little problem is now a blazing inferno, and it's burning everything in the distance and is even moving towards you. The fire is only just touching your garden at the moment, it's only affecting your current world slightly. However, you know in the future you will have to move further forward towards the flames, and the flames will come closer to you as well... You suddenly realise that at some point it will consume you, and destroy the beauty of your many gardens and homes... You only have 3 options.

 

1. Try and do your bit to put the massive fire out. 

It will take a massive collective effort and currently seems hopeless. One man can't really make a difference. He can, however, encourage others to act. Maybe if enough people stand up the fire can be fought back, but it is a longshot. We're talking hail mary time.

 

2. Try and adapt and plan ahead.

Get yourself a fireproof suit and cover your houses in non combustable cladding and hope for the best. You will tough it out with a thick skin and will resist the flames as best as you can. Perhaps even plot your course carefully as well, by choosing future houses as far away from the flames as possible.

 

3. Cross your fingers and toes and hope for the best.

Trust in luck, in God and everything else that right will win in the end. In the meantime, just fly by the seat of your pants and hope you don't get consumed by the out-of-control fire.

 

I think my choice is definitely 2 with a sprinkling of 3 (faith in God). I am the archetype loner and can fly under the radar if I need to. But I am gonna need a fireproof suit. We all will. Because trust me, that fire is coming. And very soon it will take over every single aspect of our lives.

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I suggest studying a genuine path an trying to become enlightened.  In this way you will bring as much light as possible into the world.   Then you will know what to do even if you are put in prison, and you can still make progress.

 

And trying to work in an industry that won't go bust, and is not involved in 'services' ... accountancy or bricklaying might be good.    PR/marketing/politics would be bad.

 

Many people are suffering in this world, there are no real winners when everybody is like this.

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12 minutes ago, rideforever said:

I suggest studying a genuine path an trying to become enlightened.  In this way you will bring as much light as possible into the world.   Then you will know what to do even if you are put in prison, and you can still make progress.

 

And trying to work in an industry that won't go bust, and is not involved in 'services' ... accountancy or bricklaying might be good.    PR/marketing/politics would be bad.

 

Many people are suffering in this world, there are no real winners when everybody is like this.

 

Well said. I lost my job to the plandemic (amusement arcade went bust) and now am on Universal Credit. But yes, everyone is suffering and there are no real winners. And yes, I definitely try and become more enlightened. I do believe I'm slowly getting there and realises that, ultimatlely, what happens on Earth isn't the be an end all.

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4 hours ago, TruthSeeker27 said:

Now even the murder of young women is being used to push agendas. The murder of poor Sarah Everard is being used to make men feel guilty of crimes which they haven't committed. But if you say as much online, if you say that not all men are rapists or support them you will be called a woman-hater for it. And if you criticise any person of colour you're a racist.

 

I read the transcript on the UKColumn website of david scott speaking to police outside the scottish parliament. They say that the right to gather has been overturned by the state and that we are not allowed to speak 'in that forum'. They then tell him he can speak 'online' but lets consider that the cabal are pushing for everyone to have an online identity which would then mean that anything you say online would then go on your record and inevitably this would also incorporate a social credit score which means that you wouldn't really be able to speak online either without it having severe consequences for your life such as the state shutting you off from goods and services and so on. So that is their ultimate aim: to silence us and the mask over the mouth is simply an outer symbol of their inner desire which is to cover our mouths

 

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In the past (even just a few years ago), these views were just ordinary opinions on the internet held by nobodies. But now they have the ability to move mountains and shape this world. The woke mob is growing out of control with its power.

 

The woke mob is given its power by the corporations and the governments. Its all imposed from the top down. It isn't grassroots mobs that have the power to create 'hate laws' and then impose them, it is the state. So really the woke agenda is the creature of the NWO cabal and the mobs on the streets are simply their useful idiots who are helping to trash what few freedoms working people have left which ultimately benefits the elites

 

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And as a 26 year old man I do worry for my future.

 

If we live out our natural lifeterms of approx 80 years then we have decades of this shit to live through so I share your concerns and during that whole process we are going to have to try and give some sort of quality of life to our children and to instill in them a positive outlook in a world in which we are all being increasingly boxed in

 

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I feel like I'm a man out of time. A man trapped in a world that doesn't make sense to him...

 

I have always felt like i got dropped on the wrong planet. Someone in galactic central made some sort of clerical error and as a result i ended up here. The planet itself is beautiful but the inhabitants are crazy

 

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You look out of the window and see in the distance a small fire (this is how I used to see it). This fire cannot be put out easily. It's the fire of change, the fire of evil, and it's being created deliberetly by an arsonist... 

 

I was thinking of a similar analogy only today. It feels like we were all standing on the same land together and then the elites flooded it and we found ourselves standing on our own patches of soil with the water rising towards us. Some of us start complaining that the rising waters are cutting off our freedoms whilst others seem to be cheering on their diminishing islands and we look at those people and think 'what are you thinking? Can't you see what is going on here?'

 

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You only have 3 options.

 

1. Try and do your bit to put the massive fire out.

 

2. Try and adapt and plan ahead.

 

3. Cross your fingers and toes and hope for the best.

 

I think we should try and put out the fire whilst also taking what steps we can to lessen the impacts on our life as it begins to bite but it really boils down to how much you think you will be left with once the fire passes over

 

History says that sometimes the fire sweeps away peoples belongings, sometimes it sweeps away their societies and families and sometimes it sweeps their lives away. We really are playing for all the marbles now

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To add to the above (excellent) post by @Macnamara, it's clear that what we're moving towards is an economy where all resources are centralised and then distributed on the basis of compliance. With that mind, I think the best advice I could offer OP is to use what he knows in order to avoid the traps that are being laid in preparation for the coming system of extreme technocratic authoritarianism. Be aware of the fact that anything you say online can, and indeed will, be used against you.

 

As things stand, the only available avenue for dissent is to simply turn away from the media, both traditional and the online socials, and to work towards limiting reliance on tech. Don't go around evangelising people, as this will only inspire resentment, but be open about what you're doing, and seek to arm yourself with the information needed to defend your worldview. Having a sense of humour about it is also useful, as you're sure to come in for a certain amount of ridicule should you decide to go down this path.

 

More than anything else, if you're lucky enough to have loved ones in your life, strengthen those bonds as much as possible. In my opinion, nothing has weakened us more than our growing tendency to look far and wide for purpose and validation. Remember that the technological sub-reality being presented to us on screens is a complete fabrication, and certainly not a true reflection of the human condition. Though these may be times of darkness and deceit, you're not as alone as you think.

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Another option.....

 

put the fire out and create a new better house.....

 

P.S. Note on the long term job future of accountancy trade mentioned above - will be one of the first industries to go to AI. If you want long term job security then I can only think of getting a job with the government as your safest bet...

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Society can only function in a certain way otherwise it will die.

If accountancy disappears and everything is centralised ... society will die and everyone with it.

All these horrifying ideas what they are is not what is being planned.

They are just more intimidating horror stories that will never come true .... but judging by the posts here they have had their effect, people imagine they will come true and start worrying.

 

Society can only work in a certain way.  Any society that actually does the great reset or any of this nonsense will die, and because of that powerful people will not let it happen.

 

A prison society will simply die and those at the top will die with it, so it will never happen.

 

But ... these ideas are fodder for the mind which then ruins its life by thinking about dystopia.

 

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3 hours ago, rideforever said:

Society can only function in a certain way otherwise it will die.

If accountancy disappears and everything is centralised ... society will die and everyone with it.

All these horrifying ideas what they are is not what is being planned.

They are just more intimidating horror stories that will never come true .... but judging by the posts here they have had their effect, people imagine they will come true and start worrying.

 

Society can only work in a certain way.  Any society that actually does the great reset or any of this nonsense will die, and because of that powerful people will not let it happen.

 

A prison society will simply die and those at the top will die with it, so it will never happen.

 

But ... these ideas are fodder for the mind which then ruins its life by thinking about dystopia.

 

its true that society can work only certain way ,  but way it works now is criminal saud pharaonic solomanic aroman caesars empire private pocket interests  laws and dictates made by criminal mentality few ,  and thats a primitive mentality of agressive wild animal consuming humans and destroying life  environment instead of improving it , and thats  not right way ,  by living in that kind of conditions all humans became primitive agressive wild animals against each other .

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8 hours ago, Matistuta said:

 it's clear that what we're moving towards is an economy where all resources are centralised and then distributed on the basis of compliance. With that mind, I think the best advice I could offer OP is to use what he knows in order to avoid the traps that are being laid in preparation for the coming system of extreme technocratic authoritarianism.

 

watched this clip of james corbett speaking to some agorists last night in which they were discussing ideas around a counter economy. It's really only a primer though and the conversation needs to grow from here on out

Investing in Agorism – #SolutionsWatch

Corbett03/09/2021
 
https://www.bitchute.com/video/XxOqpx1z_wk/
 
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