So when you look at the world and wonder what the hell is happening, is a revolution the first thing that comes to mind? Probably not, but there is no other way to make those in power take notice, sit up, and start looking after all of our interests instead of pandering to their associates and friends – the rich and powerful.
There comes a time when enough is enough, and we are at that time right now. There is a time when real and effective action has to take place to make real change happen.
With more and more control being implemented to make sure the population ‘stay in line’ and not interfere with the agenda of the controllers, we cannot afford to leave taking action for too much longer or it will be too late to make any real change.
A revolution cannot happen with one person, or ten people. It needs thousands upon thousands of people around the world to take the same action at the same time. This is not a revolution that happens just in your country. It is a global revolution of humanity.
The idea of a revolution may seem a frightening concept. Perhaps thoughts of fighting in the streets, burning barricades, riot police, and death and destruction come to mind. This is not the kind of revolution the world needs.
There needs to be a moral revolution – a massive shift in the minds of every person on the planet. The revolution is one of not complying with the lies and deceit our governments and the media feed us every day. It is a revolution where the actions of the people firmly establish what is expected of those who control our world.
Governments are there to represent us – not control us. The people of the world need to make it clear that the nepotistic system that has been in place for a long time is no longer fit in a modern humanitarian world.
We will no longer accept being economic slaves and pawns or commodities to be traded by the wealthy and the powerful. We no longer give our lives for facile wars in the name of false national pride and false freedoms.
National identity no longer has meaning in a world where injustices in the name of our nations take place and only serve to spread misery and death.
It doesn’t matter what you are or where you come from, the system is the same. Atrocities are taking place in the name of ‘freedom’, in the name of ‘religion’, in the name of ‘democracy’, but none of these are the true reasons for control and conflict. The only reason conflicts are taking place right now – on all sides – is to control and profit from the slavery and labour of humanity. Be under no illusion that there are any other reasons.
Each and every member of humanity is responsible for contributing to change. That includes you.
If you are a member of the police or security forces, remember that you are first and foremost a member of humanity, and you should also think and take action.
Non-violence is the only way to win this revolution. Perhaps the thought of the perceived power of government is a frightening one. Perhaps you think that because the government have guns and military to call on that they could quash a revolution. Not so.
If we were to engage in violent behaviour we would only fuel their power, and they already have systems in place to cope with violent rebellion.
Rebellion can take place in many different ways, and you may be surprised by how much you can do to make a difference.
The first is to take a step back, think about the world, open your eyes, and put your religious and political views to one side. Seek information and make informed decisions instead of blindly accepting what you are told. Don’t be afraid to ask questions of those in power or to make your voice heard, however you choose to do it.
You can join groups, write to ‘authorities’, and speak to those around you (you may be surprised at how many people realise what is going on in the world and feel the same way as you). You can lobby local and national government, run petitions, protest – whatever you feel comfortable doing. The important thing is that you do something instead of sitting back and expecting the world to change.
In some of the most oppressive regimes in the world, people are protesting and taking action right now – they have had enough of being abused. They are no longer afraid of their governments. If they are no longer afraid and can take action then so can you.
If nothing else, start your own ‘thought revolution’ and start to wake up from this illusion that has been created and which is continually manipulated around us.
The cost of you not doing something now will have effects on the lives of generations to come. What will you say when your grandchildren ask you why you did nothing to stop their enslavement?