Worldwide Protests: What's going on?

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I personally feel the worldwide civil unrest now unfolding is a result of social engineering. I don't think it's incidental that today we have people uprising against "the system" in numerous countries. It was meant to be this way.

When you have two of the most powerful men on earth being Trump and Johnson who in reality should have no more responsibility than a box of crayons who openly lie to their public then there is going to be some kick back. But we've all heard that old saying out of chaos comes order....well this is the begininng of the chaos.

Religion and politics are now in the process of being systematically dismantled.

I think it's more than coincidental that both of these tracks were released at the same time. One for the American market and the other for the British/European market. Both appear to be forecasting today's very events.


 





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I personally feel the worldwide civil unrest now unfolding is a result of social engineering. I don't think it's incidental that today we have people uprising against "the system" in numerous countries. It was meant to be this way.
Iam just afraid that the ones in Lebanon might end up as something more, since Lebanon is on "The List".
Remember this?
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Libyan protestors in 2011, who ended up with ALOT more than they bargained for.
 





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Chaos by design is nothing new. While things currently seem bad it is still a precursor of what is to come. Many of these conflicts are man-made by some much more evil and powerful than certain names mentioned. They are trying to narrow the funnel and make all go into the desired effect tunnel from emotional and psychological manipulation. People readily point to world leaders instead of those pulling the strings of the charade. Bring the world to the brink of destruction and conflict is a way of seeking global control. But, yes, it is a worrisome time and one where I personally think is a field of divide and choices which are about to come that will shape the next few decades. There is a tearing away of religion while forming a new age one at the same time. Some do not believe in good and evil but those of a spiritual nature are starting to see the divide. The future is theirs. For a while anyway. The spirit of the current age has never been more clear to see as the veil lifts.
 





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"Ordo ab Chao"..... the Freemasons have it all figured out.... it's deliberate sowing of discord and strife worldwide...

https://gnosticwarrior.com/ordo-ab-chao.html

ORDO AB CHAO
by Moe | Freemasonry, Meaning of Words

ORDO AB CHAO is Latin for “Order Out of Chaos or Order from Disorder.” This term was invented by Freemasons and is the actual motto of the 33rd Degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry.



The name Scottish or Scotland is derived from the Latin, from Greek skotia, from feminine of skotios, dark, shadowy (from the shadow it casts), from skotos, darkness. In ancient Egypt there was a temple of Venus Scotia and it is said that the country of Scotland had derived its name from an Egyptian Pharaoh Queen named Scota.

The chaos (CHAO) is the society we see around us today and it is the builders who influence the leaders to manufacture this chaos so that they can conceal their creations in darkness while they work towards the light (ORDO). Without chaos there would never be order. Without darkness, there can be no light and without light there can be no darkness. What is the AS ABOVE, is the SO BELOW of this Secret Brotherhood.

The Grand Architects of CHAO (hell or illusion) become the masters of ORDO (Heaven on earth). The torch bearers who carry the light in the dark will now be the light bearers who usher in the new dawn of a new day.

FIAT LUX (Let there be light). What was once dark, now becomes light and what was once light now becomes dark.

Here is a generic description of ORDO AB CHAO in, “An encyclopædia of freemasonry and its kindred sciences …, Volume 2 by 33rd Degree Freemason Albert Gallatin Mackey, and William James Hughan;

Ordo ab Chao or Order out of Chaos. – A motto of the Thirty-third Degree, and having the same allusion as lux e tenebris, which see. The invention of this motto is to be attributed to the Supreme Council of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite at Charleston, and it is first met with in the Patent of Count de Grasse, dated February 1, 1802. When De Grasse afterward carried the Rite over to France and established a Supreme Council there, he changed the motto, and, according to Lenning, Ordo ab hoc was used by him and his Council in all the documents issued by them. If so, it was simply a blunder.​
 





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People are starting to wake up and realize that the game is rigged and the house always wins, which leads to a lot of angry people. They want change, but they don't yet realize it can't be obtained unless we tear to the entire rotten system down and rebuild society horizontally... Yet.

Of course, the powers that be want to make sure that never happens. Either keep the status quo, or have some right or left-wing authoritarian "populist" movement that ultimately still keeps the status quo.
 





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People are starting to wake up and realize that the game is rigged and the house always wins, which leads to a lot of angry people. They want change, but they don't yet realize it can't be obtained unless we tear to the entire rotten system down and rebuild society horizontally... Yet.

Of course, the powers that be want to make sure that never happens. Either keep the status quo, or have some right or left-wing authoritarian "populist" movement that ultimately still keeps the status quo.
How do you build society horizontally? What does that even mean?

Olivia talks about doing horizontal in this video..lol!
 





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There always is a boss though..isn’t there? Not everyone can be the leader because there is always going to be a leader.
When I work with friends, there isn't a boss. A director, on occasion, when the job starts... But everyone is working. I had friends come over to help with the wood for winter... I told them what needs to be done and then I helped them with it. If I was a boss, I would have... You know, went inside while they worked.

And we don't need leaders. Leaders are the cause of every problem we have.
 





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When I work with friends, there isn't a boss. A director, on occasion, when the job starts... But everyone is working. I had friends come over to help with the wood for winter... I told them what needs to be done and then I helped them with it. If I was a boss, I would have... You know, went inside while they worked.

And we don't need leaders. Leaders are the cause of every problem we have.
So, you were the leader telling people what needed to be done...I don’t think you helped your argument here.
 





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This is chaos and this will never work...might work for a certain (short) period of time, then chaos comes when true nature of men shows its real face, i.e. pride, greed, lust, envy, etc.
Here's the thing... We need to evolve past our base impulses and realize that we can be more than we are. Otherwise, we'll just continually feed a cycle of death. All authority, assuming it lasts long enough, eventually lives to become tyranny... So at some point, we're going to have to tell ourselves (collectively) that we need to do anyway with authority.

So, you were the leader telling people what needed to be done...I don’t think you helped your argument here.
Apparently, you can't comprehend the concept of mutual cooperation. I wasn't a leader. I said what we had to do and we worked together to do it. At any time, they were free to leave. I had no authority over them.
 





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Here's the thing... We need to evolve past our base impulses and realize that we can be more than we are. Otherwise, we'll just continually feed a cycle of death. All authority, assuming it lasts long enough, eventually lives to become tyranny... So at some point, we're going to have to tell ourselves (collectively) that we need to do anyway with authority.
It is a dream or rather some people's dream that will never come true.
 





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They started the yellow vest movement in France for sure. We all know why: they wanna bring in martial law. But its creepy to actually see this and worldwide. However, as christians we come prepared "There will be riots, earhtquakes, floods and famines in one city after the other" And all of this while we see Jerusalems priests stomping in frustration to build the temple. The red heifer is found, the sacrifices of foods now upgraded to animals have begun, the temple is ready, even the chandelier outside the gate, all they need is the word "GO"

It is happening.
 





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But its creepy to actually see this and worldwide.
Here in South América there is something called Foro de São Paulo, something like São Paulo Fórum. It's the seat of power of the South American left/communist/socialista/generally red stuff. Most of the things you see here are the results of this stuff acting. There was even a guy called marighella that wrote a handbook on "armed revolutions", they love to burn stuff, its all there in his book.
 





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Here's the thing... We need to evolve past our base impulses and realize that we can be more than we are. Otherwise, we'll just continually feed a cycle of death. All authority, assuming it lasts long enough, eventually lives to become tyranny... So at some point, we're going to have to tell ourselves (collectively) that we need to do anyway with authority.



Apparently, you can't comprehend the concept of mutual cooperation. I wasn't a leader. I said what we had to do and we worked together to do it. At any time, they were free to leave. I had no authority over them.
Have you ever lived in a non-hierarchical community? It's definitely the dream, the best thing ultimately. But in practice it isn't easy, we all have too many neuroses and problems to be able to live like that harmoniously. A dose of spirituality helps, "no gods, no masters" can get pretty chaotic.
 





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Here's the thing... We need to evolve past our base impulses and realize that we can be more than we are. Otherwise, we'll just continually feed a cycle of death. All authority, assuming it lasts long enough, eventually lives to become tyranny... So at some point, we're going to have to tell ourselves (collectively) that we need to do anyway with authority.



Apparently, you can't comprehend the concept of mutual cooperation. I wasn't a leader. I said what we had to do and we worked together to do it. At any time, they were free to leave. I had no authority over them.
Did you or did you not say you told people what to do? That would be a leader...:rolleyes:
I told them what needs to be done