How the Freedom Movement Could Destroy Itself
“Darkness cannot put out darkness; only light can do that.
….I know that love is ultimately the only answer to humankind’s problems. And I’m going to talk about it everywhere I go. I know it isn’t popular to talk about it in some circles today. And I’m not talking about emotional bosh when I talk about love; I’m talking about a strong, demanding love.”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We are giving them what they want.
We are giving them control.
We are succumbing to the oldest tactic in the book — divide and conquer.
On 6 separate occasions last week, I was in a conversation where the infighting amongst peaceful freedom warriors came up.
With activists, with politicians, even with doctors and scientists.
The latter for me has been the most surprising.
These are the people who have been heroically sounding the alarm about the necessity for discourse and healthy disagreement in science.
The irony is worrisome.
When a heavyweight in the medical freedom movement publicly attacked another medical icon through Substack and even on Twitter, I had to respond.
I do not believe that any of these people have ill intentions.
And (controlled opposition aside) we are potentially our own worst enemies.
We are so swept away by our righteous indignation and our incredulity and anger at the horrors that continue to be perpetrated that we are miring ourselves in the fear and outrage that ultimately holds us back.
We are succumbing to our identities, our egos.
We’re human beings with justified human emotions.
And we’re tired and frustrated because there is too much pain and suffering and death.
But we are also divine beings with power our adversaries can’t even dream of.
We have the power and robustness of love.
Without it, we become like them.
“…without love, benevolence becomes egotism, and martyrdom becomes spiritual pride.”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We are making the mistake of playing by their rules, with their tactics, in a war of their creation.
If we continue, we will not win.
But with it, all things are possible.
And, Dr. King never suggested we sit back and just vibrate our way to the New Earth.
We need to use the power of love to catalyze, buoy, and arm ourselves…
"We didn’t come here to meditate ourselves out of this reality. We came here to shift things, to help with a Great Awakening.”
Inspired video 👇
There are 2 interviews I’ve watched recently that align with this context, and they come from what may seem surprising sources.
Dr. Reiner Fuellmich and Dr. Robert Malone.
These superstars in the freedom movement are fact-based by training as, respectively, a lawyer and a doctor and scientist, but both appreciate not just what we need to do but how we need to do it — if we are to be effective.
For those who don’t know, Dr. Fuellmich is an international lawyer who co-created the Corona Investigative Committee and went on to found the International Crimes Investigative Committee.
He described this recent interview in Peru with Q'orianka Cornejo, an Incan High Priestess and Medicine Woman, and Canadian international lawyer, Michael Swinwood, as, “inspiring and uplifting.”
It will certainly give you a different perspective of how lawyers can practice inside of a conscious awakening.
If you want a powerful summary, go to Michael Swinwood’s comments on “surrender” at 1:30:32…👇
“I’m pretty sure that there’s a divine plan. I’m pretty sure that within that divine plan, each and every one of us has been placed on the chessboard of life to bring about service to humanity.”
Similarly, and I don’t believe coincidentally, an interview with Dr. Malone was released by Glen Jung at Bright Light News last week.
Among the many and diverse topics they cover under the umbrella of what’s in store in 2023, they talk about the dangers of division and the power of love.
“I can never convince somebody else of a truth if I’m full of anger at them.... If we stay divided, it only serves the interests of our aggressor, our opponent. And if we’re to heal as community…if we’re to be able to succeed, we have to come together.”
Dr. Robert Malone
Again, if you just want the summary, start near the end, around 55:45, and listen Dr. Malone’s sage advice about how to “patiently engage with others”…👇
Currently, we’re mostly operating inside of our opponents’ narrative, fighting them on their territory.
But our territory is far more vast.
We are in a spiritual battle, in a universe where love is the most powerful force.
This is a power, a tool, that “they” do not have and do not know how to use.
The best they can do is to steer us away from it and point us towards fear and all its iterations — including anger and resentment.
Are there going to be disagreements?
Do we need to air them publicly, for those who would use them against us?
We do not.
“The antidote to division, as everybody knows, is the opposite, which is unity. The opposite to the hatred that comes from the division, is love. And for those who are trying to…divide the movement, they’re acting in the polar opposite of what we want.”
We need to unite our collective energy and harness it to deal with those who are trying to divide us, to back peddle, and to deny culpability.
Together, we can and will hold them to account.
Last week, a tremendous poem made the rounds in the freedom movement.
Beautifully read by Dr. Tess Laurie, it is both heartbreaking and heartwarming in its call to ensure that justice triumphs. 👇
Read the poem as well.
Its author, Margaret Anna Alice, has created an incredible resource with the poem's links to every aspect of the atrocities committed by those who are working to see us fail.
Will we destroy ourselves with dissent and division?
I don’t believe we will.
I believe we will move beyond our egos and inflexible ideas.
I believe we will spiritually shuffle off this mortal coil, abandoning it for our true selves, our greatest selves.
Indeed, we must.
This will require the courage and moral fortitude to surrender to a divine plan.
We don’t need to function in the old paradigm.
Indeed, we can’t.
“They” own the old paradigm.
We own the new one.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
Indeed, we will.
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