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Changing the World by Creating Change by being Aware and Awake

18/05/2014

I joined the International Organization for a Participatory Society (IOPS) back in 2012. However, then, I wasn’t convinced this organisation would or could provide the impetus to change the world. That should be our goal. That should be our imperative. Incremental change won’t do. However many people through the ages had the same ideal and failed—failed repeatedly. Those people and their organisations failed to change the world and will continue to fail because, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” ~Albert Einstein

However, I was re-energised by the avalanche of impressive emails over the past few days. I’m now convinced that IOPS can be the agent for change.

Let’s briefly review the situation

Power has the capacity to bring out the worst in a person. It has never been known in the whole of history that power has brought out the best in anyone. Once a politician is in power, he becomes a totalitarian, he becomes dictatorial. He talks about democracy, but behind the democracy is dictatorship. It is always so. When the politician is not in power he is democratic; when he is in power all democracy disappears out the window. It remains a mask, and all kinds of ugly desires start coming to the surface.

Our leaders made a discovery of the sort that changes the destiny of nations – that they can successfully lie to us. Big lies! They lie to us constantly – because lies work as well or even better than facts do. Repeating lies works.

It is clear that the masses are subjected to incessant and systematic campaigns of indoctrination and disinformation, the more so if it is to wage war. People depend on the mainstream narrative, statistics, spin, illusions and omissions like it’s their life. Yet everything they hear, see or read is written by professional liars, and it’s all an elaborate hoax.

Three years after this was officially disproved, half of Americans still believe Iraq had weapons of mass destruction (WMD) before Bush II decided on his own to launch his war of aggression. Close to one-quarter of Americans still cling to the idea that the government of Iraq was behind the attacks of 9/11. Since no such misinformation exists in other countries, this could only mean that public government officials, assisted by the neocon media and government propagandists, have consciously spread and perpetuated the disinformation and are, therefore, mainly responsible for the abysmal and dangerous ignorance found in a large and probably decisive segment of the American electorate.

In November 2011 the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes tribunal purportedly exercised universal jurisdiction to try in absentia former US President George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, convicting both for crimes against peace because of what the tribunal concluded was the unlawful invasion of Iraq.

In May 2012 after hearing testimony for a week from victims of torture at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo, the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes tribunal unanimously convicted in absentia former President Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney, former Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, former Deputy Assistant Attorneys General John Yoo and Jay Bybee, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and former counsellors David Addington and William Haynes II of conspiracy to commit war crimes, specifically torture. The tribunal referred their findings to the chief prosecutor at the International Court of Justice in the Hague.

In November 2013, the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes tribunal convicted State of Israel guilty of genocide of the Palestinian people and convicted former Israeli general Amos Yaron for crimes against humanity and genocide for his involvement in the Sabra and Shatila massacre.

These men’s character, all convicted by the tribunal, are described by H.L. Mencken as,

… intrinsically, the most devious and mediocre—the man who can most easily adeptly disperse the notion that his mind is a virtual vacuum.

And by Tolstoy as,

The apex of the cone is seized by those who are more cunning, audacious, and unscrupulous than the rest, or by someone who happens to be the heir of those who were audacious and unscrupulous.

The State is immoral if not totally corrupt and intolerable, and if we are serious to save the world from these mad-men than it’s time to order a society without a publicly enforced government based on the model of a non-hierarchical organization. Some would argue, however, the likelihood is equivalent to a snowball’s chance in hell.

There was a popular bumper sticker in the 60s that read: If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal. They didn’t have to as voting is pointless— it doesn’t change anything. Voting gives the public the illusion of a participatory democracy. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The order of the day is interminable incremental change that offers the pretence of change but maintains the status quo, and ultimately has no affect what so ever on the rulers and their henchmen.

Many people would like to experiment with different ways of living, but are forbidden to do so. No one is permitted to leave the game. If you try, large armed men will assault you and lock you in a cage, or perhaps they will merely steal your money from the bank you entrusted it to. But in either case, government sycophants will solemnly inform the world that you are an evil-doer. No exit is permitted and all escape attempts are met with violence. The vast machinery of the State is used to crush any movement that questions the authority of those who own economic power. Coercion is the sine qua non of politics; the thing, without which, politics would not be politics.

You might trust anything else before submitting to authority. Why? Because authority never gives a damn about you, for one thing, and, for another, because trusting authority is contagious. You’ll soon be trusting everything you see, read, and hear peddled by the propagandists. You might ask how much you trust: your government?; the narrative peddled by the establishment?; that the powers that be have your best interests at heart?

To create change, we must become neutral observers. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr. That way, we are able to gain a higher perspective of the situation and our actions will reflect greater wisdom and understanding. After all, the world is a reflection of our state of consciousness. This means that the consciousness we collectively put out is the world we get. If we want a world of peace, harmony and care for the planet and one another, we must therefore align our consciousness with that energy. We do so not by forcing it to happen, but by letting go of all barriers, belief systems and baggage that come in the way of us embodying our true nature.

Be aware. Be awake. Be conscious of the matrix and its agenda. Stop being distracted by the mainstream media, and learn how to counter propaganda techniques.

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