Marianne Williamson Says ‘We Have a Sickness Care System’ During Democratic Debate
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Marianne Williamson Says ‘We Have a Sickness Care System’ During Democratic Debate

Marianne Williamson Says ‘We Have a Sickness Care System’ During Democratic Debate

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson recently shared the fact that America has a "sick care system, not a health care system, calling out the power of big pharmaceutical companies and their prime objective being profit. Reflect on the power of big corporations and their ability to manipulate health an environmental policy. Reflect on how they've been controlling decisions made by the presidency for years. By now it’s no secret that the presidency is controlled by ‘rogue’ interests. It’s fairly easy to see in this day in age, and we’ve had proof of it for decades. Be it the approval of deadly substances like glyphosate and the revolving door between the Environmental Protection Agency and Monsanto, for example, or the connection between terrorist organizations like ISIS and the U.S government, there are now a multitude of examples showing how or government agencies have been completely compromised. Furthermore, and this is something mainstream media and neither touched nor mentioned, despite the fact that multiple presidents and politicians have been explaining this for a very long time. Perhaps presidents only become aware of it when they are ‘elected’ into office? Vladimir Putin, in a live interview a few years ago said that “a person is elected, he comes with his ideas.

Then people with briefcases come to visit him, well dressed, in dark suits, kind of like mine. Except instead of a red tie it’s black or navy. And then they explain what to do, and the whole rhetoric changes, you see? This happens from one administration to the next.” (source) It’s not just foreign presidents, one of my favourite quotes I like to use comes from President Theodore Roosevelt, who said that “behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.” (source) There are so many presidents and politicians who have referenced this secret government, and so many modern day examples that provide evidence of its existence, like the black budget for example, it’s truly amazing how it still operates and renders the people powerless. A quote by JFK is really fitting here: For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence–on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. (source) This is why when it comes to the presidential race every four years, and the debates that take place to the lead of up towards the elections, the thought in the back of my head always comes to the forefront, is it even possible for a person to make any type of significant change from the presidency? Does the president even have much power? Is it already pre-determined who will be president, or who will be in the final few in a position to make a run? For years the presidency has been used like a puppet for the most part. A little bit changed with the election of Donald Trump, he was clearly an outsider that threatened and still does in many ways, the powerful elite. That being said, he is still connected to and ‘working for’ powerful interests, a theme that really hasn’t ended for decades. Without changing the system and our consciousness, can anything really be different as we move towards 2020? Or will establishment mouthpieces, like Joe Biden for example, continue to run the show? Another common theme is presidents making comments and promises during their election campaigns, and then doing a complete 180 degree flip on those comments once they become president. We’ve seen it with everyone. Donald Trump, for example, caught the attention of many when he questioned 9/11, called out the US government for creating terrorist organizations and funding them, and questioning the safety of vaccines. Now, Trump seems to be the puppet who is pushing for war with Iran, and a possible new infiltration campaign under the guise of bringing democracy to another country. His connections to biotech corporations are also very questionable. He also now seems to be a vaccine supporter. But none of this should really come as a surprise. As it was far worse with presidents before him. That being said, there always seems to be some hope during the campaigns leading up to the elections, and we’re seeing it again with little bits of truth spoken here and there. One of the latest examples comes from Marianne Williamson.

The author and Democratic presidential candidate was asked a question about America’s health care system. She responded by explaining that America doesn’t have a health care system, that it has a sick care system, implying that it doesn’t seek to prevent sickness, only make people pay for it when they inevitably get it. Not to mention the environmental toxins that continually increase as a result of choices huge corporations make and aren’t held accountable for. She called out the power of big pharma, which is also refreshing to see. All aspects of humanity reflect human consciousness, and politics is clearly one of them. Political representatives that the establishment doesn’t want are usually ridiculed, mocked, and bombarded by mainstream media. This is because the global elite, who control mainstream media, want to control the perception of the masses and influence their minds, sort of make their decisions for them.. Despite this fact, every year we are seeing more and more candidates that reflect what’s happening with humanity right now, and that’s a huge shift in consciousness. Take Williamson, for example, according to her: “We must do more than respond to external political issues. We must address the deeper, internal causes that have led to this current dysfunction. We need a new, whole-person politics of love that stems not just from the head but from the heart, not just from intellectual understanding but from a genuine affection for one another. By committing to love, we will make a meaningful contribution to the joyful, fierce and disruptive energies that are rising at this critical point in time. In the words of Abraham Lincoln, “we must think anew, and act anew . . . and then we shall save our country.” (source) This is a very ‘spiritual’ type of perspective that we here at CE resonate with and have been saying this is what needs to happen within politics for 10 years. And it’s something that clearly resonates with many people. We, as a species, are in the process of ‘spiritually’ evolving. Another candidate that has caught our eye is Tulsi Gabbard. If she’s elected, would her rhetoric change like all the others did? She has done many great things already. For example, when she was a Congresswoman, Gabbard introduced the Stop Arming Terrorists Act, the terms of which her website outlines succinctly: The legislation would prohibit the U.S. government from using American taxpayer dollars to provide funding, weapons, training, and intelligence support to groups like the Levant Front, Fursan al Ha and other allies of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, al-Qaeda and ISIS, or to countries who are providing direct or indirect support to those same groups. (source) She recently made an appearance on Joe Rogan‘s podcast. Rogan asked her about WikiLeaks founder Assange and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and she stated that they should not be persecuted for disclosing information. She has called out big corporations and government corruption.

The point is, we are seeing things in politics that we’ve never seen before, and that’s a direct result of more and more peoples perception about our world changing, and it’s reflecting in all fields as we continue to go through this change. At the end of the day, it’s hard to see how voting, because I believe it’s completely rigged, can make a difference. Maybe it can, but the bottom line is that the system we have in place seems to be controlled by a higher power. Candidates that are truly fit to somehow represent the country and humanity are never really put into place. Politics and the presidency has never really been about the best interests of Earth and humanity and the entire system really needs an overhaul. Change will not come from these individuals, if anything it’s one big distraction. Change will come from us. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for, you and me. That said, these individuals can help re-shape and change the conversations that need to be had, a very important step. We plan to investigate the telecom industry, it’s ties to politics, and expose its efforts to push 5G while ignoring the dangers and without proper safety testing, but we can't do it without your support. We've launched a funding campaign to fuel our efforts on this matter as we are confident we can make a difference and have a strong plan to get it done. Check out our plan and join our camp.

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