I have always said that I am happy to stand shoulder to shoulder with anybody who stands against the New World Order and those globalist scum that have hijacked democracy in the free nations of the world. Now, that being said I feel I am being forced to define what is and is not part of the large worldwide movement that we call the “Truth Movement.”
First let me address why I feel the need to be so arrogant as to even try to define what the movement is and is not. In short it is because I am starting to see how the truth movement is being hijacked in much the same way the powers that be have hijacked our democratic process. In fact, there is so much division at this point amongst the people in the movement pertaining to beliefs that really have nothing to do with the goals of the movement, I feel that we are almost on the point of collapse.
Although many will argue the modern day movement is an extension of the hippy movement of the sixties, most will not dispute the popular movement of today really gained ground and has taken off as a result of the large number of people that became active around the lies and deceit that grew out of the way the U.S. government responded to the events of 9/11. The real father of the truth movement is George W. Bush. When he made the decision to lump the 9/11 movement in with the people who did not buy the explanation of the Kennedy assassination or the UFO cover up and collectively called them all “conspiracy theorists.”
Although the 9/11 truth movement has remained one of the central pillars of what many refer to as the Truth Movement, it has grown to encompass a whole range of beliefs that are central to the human condition, the fringe element that shares these core beliefs, however, has now also grown to the point of alienating the less colorful political activists that have made the movement what it is today.
The greatest danger to the Truth Movement today is not these core beliefs that we can all agree exist, but the esoteric and religious beliefs that the fringe wingnuts push along with it. They wrongly believe that every conspiracy theory and belief about religion or the spiritual nature of man has a place at the table of what we all refer to as the truth movement. They do not. That is not to say that all these new age spiritual believers or bible thumpers are wrong, just that their views must be separated from the views and goals of the movement.
To define what is the “Truth Movement” is as arrogant on my part as defining what the movement is not. This may be too narrow a definition for many and probably is, but seeing as how this thing has turned into a worldwide movement with uprisings and insurrections starting to take place in many countries of the world, I believe it is time we all addressed what our definitions and motives are before the movement and the world slip off into total mayhem.
So what are these core beliefs that the movement is centered around?
There is in the world today a group(s) of elite banking and corporate interests that control most governments, media, and the economic and military systems of the world. These governments and economic systems no longer serve the majority of the population and are now in fact being used to control and enslave the populations of the world. These elites are consolidating their power by financial means, forcing the governments they control to make war on those they do not like and each other, and by imposing on the people of all countries austerity measures and deliberate economic downturn and unemployment. The consolidation of the free press and false flag attacks (such as 9/11 and the London bombings) are just some ways amongst many that they use to manipulate the masses in the direction of their plans. The goal of the elites? A one world government consisting of large economic trading blocs such as the European and North American unions. A culling of the world’s population to ensure complete and unopposed control of the world.
The movement recognizes that money and control of the mainstream media can control a democratic system as easy as weapons and bombs can topple another. The goals of the movement can be summed up in one simple yet complex word, Change. People all over the world are sick of being lied to, having important information hidden from them and being manipulated into actions that run counter to their best interests. They realize that the control of the resources and the monetary systems of the world are benefiting a small elite group to the detriment of the majority. There can be no justice, peace or equality in the world under the systems that humanity is now saddled with. In short, the Truth Movement wants change and the political uprisings, protests against austerity, corruption, war and police brutality that are taking place across the world today are the result.
The problem with the Truth Movement?
Since the early days, the movement has embraced many issues and concepts as part of their group such as police brutality and how it relates to a growing fascist state, the cover up of UFOs, national sovereignty issues, as well as many others. The problem is that since the early days of the movement other groups and people have also used the core beliefs of the movement to sell their own agendas, incorporating the beliefs and goals of the movement to push their own brand of religion, philosophy, prophecy, numerology and general nuttiness.
Some groups such as The Zeitgeist Movement will carefully lay out in detail the core beliefs of the movement but then offer their solutions, some of which would run counter to what most would endorse. The Zeitgeist model, a one world government where all labor is mechanized and resources and society are controlled by a supercomputer that cares for all humans who live in this cashless utopia where there is no crime and luxury items such as boats and cars are shared by all.
Even individuals, who some look at as leaders in a leaderless movement, such as David Icke, will with great skill, educate you in the core beliefs of the movement and then tell you the queen is an evil alien Lizard and push his new age spiritual beliefs and experiences. What is happening here is that these people are combining their own agendas with the core beliefs of the movement that touches us all as being true, and repackaging it all to present to you with one big package of truth.
Followers of these groups, individuals and beliefs will often expect others in the movement to also buy the whole package of what they personally believe and if they do not, they are often considered to be less or misinformed. Some will even go as far as labeling these fellow “Truthers” as shills or sympathizers of the elite.
A good example of what I’m trying to put forth here would be this statement. We can all agree that there is well documented evidence that the government has lied to the public in that UFOs exist and that some of them may be alien in nature. Fair enough, most all in the movement would accept that statement as one of the core beliefs of the “Truth Movement.” That the governments have been telling the public lies and are hiding information in this matter. This however does not mean that anybody who calls out bullshit when you tell about your conversations with the galactic alliance is a shill, provocateur or is in any way naive or misinformed.
Just because you are on a journey for personal “truth” or have accepted a concept based on some aspect of one of the core beliefs, such as the elite are Luciferians, they all conduct themselves by the code set out in the protocols of Zion, or they are really alien lizard people. Even though these things may or may not be true, they are not the belief of all in the movement and should not be considered talking points when discussing the movement in any serious discourse.
If you are a Christian or a new age spiritual follower that does not mean you cannot be on side with the movement, but you cannot expect the movement to be on side with you. Your personal or spiritual beliefs have no place in it. You may be able to apply your knowledge of numerology, revised history or bible prophecy to events in the world today but that does not mean they are part of the core beliefs that make up the truth movement.
If the Truth Movement intends to attract the kind of numbers it needs to achieve the goal of real change that humanity must have, then the fringe element within its ranks must be curbed before it ends up alienating the majority.
Yes, I will stand shoulder to shoulder with you against the fascist tide, but shut the hell up about the fairies and unicorns, okay?