Blogging is out of reach. I’ve completed my mission in the UK, and have baled out to a hotel to escape family pressures! It’s a nice old fashioned hotel, but there’s no wifi in the rooms, only in the lounge. My son wants to get hold of the controls and observe dinosaurs ripping each others’ guts out. My choice is similar, merely wondering about how humans are doing similar things and why.
In two days more I’ll be in airport transit lounges for two days travelling east. Only by next Thursday will I get any peace and be able to settle into some productive blog. I apologise to all the writers who want to express their thoughts, like Wasp who’s got stuff on The Treaty Of Verona, justifying his opinion that the Jesuits are the primary source of the world’s troubles. He writes very convincingly, backing up his notions with multiple references, and citing research from other authors.
Then we get the-shoot-from-the-hip, ‘that’s not how it is at street level’ view from mafia-busting Gordon Logan, with a spy-thriller Curriculum Vitae to make James Bond look passive.
Then we get the David Icke, David Wilcock, and Project Camelot stuff saying, in effect, the trouble all comes from off-planet, or at least in time the solutions to the trouble will arrive from off-planet or other dimensions. The religious view is not all that far away from this, where mankind’s faithlessness is viewed as central to our troubles.
If we all get across each other from time to time, this is not surprising. The poisons drift down from the sky in chemtrails, flow into our bodies in the water supply or rustle in attractively packaged food brands, as emfs surge in lights, phones and meters upsetting our health. The lifeblood of the economy is sucked dry by corrupt financial institutions and young men are killed in pointless wars, in which both sides are as usual controlled and financed by the elites.
Inside this old hotel, the reality of it all seems far removed. In aircraft high above the ground, one’s concerns move over to more immediate considerations such as ETA and renewing relationships with friends and loved ones, and the separation from those left behind.
Time spent with those we love is precious. It’s a shame it always has to be in transit. Soon my family should get all the visas, passports and permits we need to be allowed to live as human beings. The fight to understand who is oppressing us, and to stop them, goes on, on the personal as well as cultural and wider levels.