MANIFESTED EVENTS BRIEF – IS THIS THE WORLD YOU WANT?
IS THIS THE COUNTRY YOU WANT?
As I prepare this post millions of Americans are watching the Superbowl which is nothing more than a massive mechanism of distraction and major money maker for the ruling elite. And millions of Americans who watch the Superbowl find the highlight of the game are the ads which are designed for manipulation (i.e. get us to buy stuff). These are ads that cost $7 million for a 30 second spot. If one watches these ads objectively instead of being entertained, they would learn a lot of just what our culture has become and what our society now seems to value.
America finds itself in deep trouble as does the rest of the world and the majority of people are either distracted by material wants and desires, struggling to make ends meet as the economy implodes or are in chronic pain due to illness caused by our increasingly polluted and toxic environment. Americans have become weak of mind, body, and spirit. We have decided to leave our governing, our thinking and our engagement in solving our collective problems to others. We have disengaged from our responsibilities as citizens of this country and the world leaving the door wide open for malevolent forces which are now in control.
Do we care? Are we just lazy? Are we too fearful and confused like the deer in the headlights that cannot move? Are we so enraptured by our technological gadgets that we no longer relate to our Essence as That of God? Are we just too lost to even know where to begin?
I have been asked to talk about solutions, for my posts focus on the hard realities of our world which most people prefer to ignore because it is just too much “gloom and doom.” I will discuss solutions in a future post but we need to understand the depth of the problems we face before we can entertain solutions and most people refuse to accept this responsibility. For solutions will require all of us to change and change dramatically if we are to even begin to correct all the mistakes we have collectively made. Solutions will require us to take personal responsibility which most prefer not to do which is why we collectively face the existential threats now upon us.
My writing is intended to help people understand the realities of a much bigger world we are now engaged in – The Greater Community. This is a world of separation which we are totally unprepared for and is having major influences on all aspects of our life here on Earth and in our country. I will continue to present these bigger truths for those who are interested in learning of them. However, going forward we all need to be asking ourselves, “Am I interested in knowing the Truth and do I have the courage to face the Truth of our world? Do I have any interest in my responsibilities As That of God for what I do to contribute to the betterment of this world? Am I willing to do the real work I was sent here to do?” If the answer to these questions is yes, then I encourage you to explore the New Message which will offer you answers like no other Divine Message Humanity has received in the past.
John Whitehead is a constitutional attorney, author, and founder of the Rutherford Institute. In his article below he does an excellent job in summarizing the numerous mistakes and challenges we in America have collectively made and face. We need to recognize the truth of our situation and stop living in our fantasies to leave it to others to solve these problems. For the “others” we leave this responsibility to are only interested in their own self-interest.
Pay attention to the message being given here without judgment of yourself or others. This is not a time for blame. It is a time to admit our mistakes, recognize just how difficult the challenges are we face, know that there are solutions to these problems and accept our responsibility as Humans to do the necessary work to correction.
You can access the original article including links to sources here.
Distract, Divide and Conquer: The Painful Truth About the State of Our Union
By John & Nisha Whitehead
Step away from the blinders that partisan politics uses to distract, divide and conquer, and you will find that we are drowning in a cesspool of problems that individually and collectively threaten our lives, liberties, prosperity and happiness.
These are not problems the politicians want to talk about, let alone address, yet we cannot afford to ignore them much longer.
Foreign interests are buying up our farmland and holding our national debt. As of 2021, foreign persons and entities owned 40.8 million acres of U.S. agricultural land, 47% of which was forestland, 29% in cropland, and 22% in pastureland. Foreign land holdings have increased by an average of 2.2 million acres per year since 2015. Foreign countries also own $7.4 trillion worth of U.S. national debt, with Japan and China ranked as our two largest foreign holders of our debt.
Corporate and governmental censorship have created digital dictators. While the “Twitter files” revealed the lengths to which the FBI has gone to monitor and censor social media content, the government has been colluding with the tech sector for some time now in order to silence its critics and target “dangerous” speech in the name of fighting so-called disinformation. The threat of being labelled “disinformation” is being used to undermine anyone who asks questions, challenges the status quo, and engages in critical thinking.
Middle- and lower-income Americans are barely keeping up. Rising costs of housing, food, gas and other necessities are presenting nearly insurmountable hurdles towards financial independence for the majority of households who are scrambling to make ends meet. Meanwhile, mounting layoffs in the tens of thousands are adding to the fiscal pain.
The government is attempting to weaponize mental health care. Increasingly, in communities across the nation, police are being empowered to forcibly detain individuals they believe might be mentally ill, even if they pose no danger to others. While these programs are ostensibly aimed at getting the homeless off the streets, when combined with the government’s ongoing efforts to predict who might pose a threat to public safety based on mental health sensor data (tracked by wearable data and monitored by government agencies such as HARPA), the specter of mental health round-ups begins to sound less far-fetched.
The military’s global occupation is spreading our resources thin and endangering us at home. America’s war spending and commitment to policing the rest of the world are bankrupting the nation and spreading our troops dangerously thin. In 2022 alone, the U.S. approved more than $50 billion in aid for Ukraine, half of which went towards military spending, with more on the way. The U.S. also maintains some 750 military bases in 80 countries around the world.
Deepfakes, AI and virtual reality are blurring the line between reality and a computer-generated illusion. Powered by AI software, deepfake audio and video move us into an age where it is almost impossible to discern what is real, especially as it relates to truth and disinformation. At the same time, the technology sector continues to use virtual reality to develop a digital universe—the metaverse—that is envisioned as being the next step in our evolutionary transformation from a human-driven society to a technological one.
Advances in technology are outstripping our ability to protect ourselves from its menacing side, both in times of rights, humanity and workforce. In the absence of constitutional protections in place to guard against encroachments on our rights in the electronic realm, we desperately need an Electronic Bill of Rights that protects “we the people” from predatory surveillance and data-mining business practices.
The courts have aligned themselves with the police state. In one ruling after another, the courts have used the doctrine of qualified immunity to shield police officers from accountability for misconduct, tacitly giving them a green light to act as judge, jury and executioner on the populace. All the while, police violence, the result of training that emphasizes brute force over constitutional restraints, continues to endanger the public.
The nation’s dependence on foreign imports has fueled a $1 trillion trade deficit. While analysts have pointed to the burgeoning trade deficit as a sign that the U.S. economy is growing, it underscores the extent to which very little is actually made in America anymore.
World governments, including the U.S., continue to use national crises such as COVID-19 to expand their emergency powers. None are willing to relinquish these powers when the crisis passes. According to the Brennan Center for Justice, the U.S. government still has 42 declared national emergencies in effect, allowing it to sidestep constitutional protocols that maintain a system of checks and balances. For instance, the emergency declared after the 9/11 has yet to be withdrawn.
The nation’s infrastructure is rapidly falling apart. Many of the country’s roads, bridges, airports, dams, levees and water systems are woefully outdated and in dire need of overhauling, and have fallen behind that of other developed countries in recent years. The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that crumbling infrastructure costs every American household $3,300 in hidden costs a year due to lost time, increased fuel consumption while sitting in traffic jams, and extra car repairs due to poor road conditions.
The nation is about to hit a healthcare crisis. Despite the fact that the U.S. spends more on health care than any other high-income country, it has the worst health outcomes than its peer nations. Experts are also predicting a collapse in the U.S. health care system as the medical community deals with growing staff shortages and shuttered facilities.
These are just a small sampling of the many looming problems that threaten to overwhelm us in the near future.
Thus far, Americans seem inclined to just switch the channel, tune out what they don’t want to hear, and tune into their own personal echo chambers.