Paris Attacks: “I Won’t Give You The Gift Of Hating You”
In a wonderfully heartfelt effort to educate the public about the Paris attacks, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has released the following video.
Mainstream media has been talking about the attacks every single day since it happened, despite the fact that atrocities like this are happening all over the world, all the time. It would be great if these corporate media stations would do similar videos of those events, but they don’t. Why do people only pay attention to what they see on television? As if an event is only important and lives are only valued if certain people are talking about them? Why is it that when something pertains to ISIS or terrorism in these developed countries, global corporate media immediately picks up on it and spreads it to the world, completely ignoring everything that is and has been happening to all of the other victims of terror attacks (like, for example, the bombings that have been occurring in the Middle East at the hands of the Western military alliance)? Just like Former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook once said, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group, and all informed intelligence officers know this. He said that there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an intensified entity representing, basically, the devil. All this is being done to drive television viewers to accept a unified international leadership, a New World Order. It’s not just believable because of all the ‘whistle blowers,’ but all the documents that’ve surfaced over the years showing this. It’s why professors, politicians and more recently gathered to discuss the new world order (linked in previous sentence). Why are the same countries who are funding and sponsoring these terrorist activities using the empathy, emotions, and heartache of the public to further their own agendas? They keep pushing the ‘global war against terrorism,’ which they themselves created, in order to justify the infiltration of other countries. That being said, there are a number of things we can take away from this video. The first thing we can take away from this video is a lesson about hate. Sure, it’s can be a normal emotional response after losing a loved one to the barbaric acts of another. We feel we need somewhere to direct the pain this causes. But if we step back and think for a moment, directing this hateful energy towards those who committed these acts of terror is, in reality, doing absolutely nothing to improve your life. In fact, it’s only further harming you and your loved ones, and it’s great to see Antoine express this in the video. Negative energy does not, and cannot, dispel negative energy. For me, the fact that we are dealing with a mafia, a criminal enterprise, that is dictating the ‘global war on terrorism,’ has indeed fuelled a fire within me. When I first started to come across this information, anger and disbelief were my first and strongest responses. Since then, I’ve learned to channel that energy into a completely different direction.
The fact that terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda and ISIS are completely fake and were created by the Western military alliance is thoroughly disturbing.
They have taken people’s lives in order to create a heightened global security state – one in which our rights are diminished daily — in order to infiltrate and destroy other countries, for various reasons. This cannot be allowed to continue. “We are dealing with a criminal undertaking at a global level.
The global war on terrorism is a US undertaking, which is fake, it’s based on fake premises. It tells us that somehow America and the Western world are going after a fictitious enemy, the islamic state, when in fact the Islamic state is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance ...
They say Muslims are terrorists, but ... they’re not the product of Muslim society, and that should be abundantly clear to everyone on this floor. The global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity” (source) (source) – Dr. Michel Choissudovsky, Canadian Economist Ottawa’s Professor of Economics There is a lot of hatred in the alternative media world being directed towards ‘the powers that be.’ We feel betrayed, cheated, and manipulated, among other negative emotions, and rightly so. But if we are going to change this world, we can’t do it from the perspective of hatred, anger, or ego. We must rise above that, because we cannot solve a problem, as Einstein once said, from the same level of thinking or consciousness that created it in the first place. We must come from a place of love and from that place, dive into whatever actions we can take to help counter this issue. “I won’t give into the same ignorance that has made you what you are.” The second great point made in this video is about fear. “You want me to be afraid? To cast a mistrustful eye on my fellow citizens? To sacrifice my freedom for security? That’s exactly what this international group of, whatever you want to call them, wants us to do. “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of.” – Edward Bernays (considered by many to be the father of public relations), Propaganda, 1928 (note that Bernays’ book, Propaganda, begins with the above quote). To see a number of quotes from several presidents and politicians talking about this hidden government manipulating and orchestrating these global events, you can click here. You do not have to live in fear of going to popular venues. You do not need to be afraid of your fellow citizens, whatever their faith (or lack thereof).
There is nothing to be afraid of. A lot of the time, fear is derived from ignorance, but the world is waking up. We are starting to see through the veil that has been blinding the masses for so long, and we are not afraid. We are motivated by love, we are motivated through the acknowledgement of our potential as one human race. It doesn’t have to be this way. Love is greater than fear, once you see what is really transpiring on our planet, you will transcend this fear and turn that energy into a positive force, becoming an advocate for love and peace. Don’t be afraid to entertain a perspective that completely goes against what you’ve been taught... .
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