5 Ways We Are Isolated From Each Other And Cut Off From Our Roots


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by Amir Alwani
May 21, 2013

Predators must have knowledge about their prey if they are going to be successful hunters.  It is clear that we have been studied and our weaknesses have been exploited in an effort to exhaust us economically, physically and spiritually.  Renowned researcher, Alan Watt goes so far as to state that the perpetrators responsible for this ultimately want to destroy any sense of individuality in us whatsoever.

Regardless of who’s doing the aggression, we can see that there is a war on the individual as we are assaulted on many fronts and are losing our individuality to such an alarming degree, with such intensity and in such a rapid time, that it drastically reduces the likelihood that this is happening by accident.  It seems there are predators who are coercing us and creating an atmosphere ripe for the rotting of minds.  The identity of the predators, while crucial, is controversial, however their actions leave scars that are less debatable and if we can agree on what those are, we can perhaps have an easier time building a consensus about what is happening in general and what we can do about it.  That said, it’s not very difficult to agree on what those scars are.  They’re in front of our faces all the time.

For instance, many people today are drugged up on pharmaceutical medication and lost in their smart-phones/i-pads with very little intuition or common sense remaining, not to mention extremely diminished critical thinking skills.  People simply can’t think.  People in the US seem to be having an even harder time thinking.  A recent article titled “America #1: In Fear, Stress, Anger, Divorce, Obesity, Anti-Depressants, Etc.” illustrates the effects of Americans’ actions and/or non-actions and is not surprising given the lack of ability to “think”.  This stuff is not limited to America, of course, as those that seek a world government and the destruction of every country’s sovereignty have long had their tentacles reach far across the entire globe.

Anyway, as individuals, the majority of us probably would never choose these paths if we knew the actual consequences, but we have been targeted, our empathy is being uprooted, our autonomy is being taken away from us, and we are being influenced on a mass scale in a variety of different ways.  Furthermore, we have been subject to these influences for a long time.  Interestingly, we have reached a point where our energies (and sometimes our own tax dollars) have been fueling our own propaganda machine and keeping the momentum of this monstrous system going for quite a while now, leaving us consistently in the dark.

The antagonists in this epic journey have taken advantage of the fact that we have taken our eyes off the ball and now the ball seems to be in their court because so many people are so brainwashed.  Total domination of everything everywhere seems to be what’s on the predators’ agenda.  On the way to getting to the hellish world that these people envision, each one of us who contributes to moving in that nightmarish direction only knows what he/she “needs” to know.

Hence, it is wise to investigate areas we are discouraged to investigate.  That includes — but is not limited to — learning about our actual history, whether it be the history of our own lives or the “larger” kind of history.

What follows here – for purposes of zooming out and simply knowing where we stand – are descriptions of 5 methods elites have so far successfully implemented in order to divide us and bring us down the path of self-destruction and servitude that characterizes much of our environment today.  The following information is not meant to discourage but simply meant to clarify so that we know what we’re dealing with and also so that we can be on the same page.  Without being on the same page, it is difficult to implement teamwork (and we clearly need some level of teamwork if we’re going to one day be free of this slavery):

1: Separation from our mothers / Destruction of the family unit

When mothers go into a hospital so that a guy in a white coat can “deliver” their baby, the pharmaceutical industry and these doctors give the mothers drugs to speed up the birth.  Why speed up the birth?  What’s the rush?  There are, perhaps, times when this is called for but this strange occurrence happens a lot more than many people imagine.

In addition to that, particularly disturbing is the genital mutilation that many parents call “circumcision”.  I’ve mentioned this before but it’s worth repeating in this context.

It seems as though there is a double standard whereby the general public views circumcision to be hygienic when done to men, yet cruel when done to women.  This is clearly a cruel practice when done to anyone.  Incidentally, an article citing a Danish study has shown that a male’s circumcision indeed affects his sex-life in negative ways:

“Circumcised men are three times as likely to experience a frequent inability to reach an orgasm,” says one of the researchers, Associate Professor Morten Frisch from Danish research enterprise SSI.

Research into the effects on women is unique

This is one of only a few studies of the sexual consequences of male circumcision, and in one area in particular it is groundbreaking:

“Previous studies into male circumcision have looked at the effects it has on the men. But scientists have never really studied the effects this has on the women’s sex lives,” says Frisch.

“It appears that women with circumcised men are twice as likely to be sexually frustrated. They experience a three-fold risk of frequent difficulties in achieving orgasm, and an eight-fold risk of feeling pain during intercourse – also known as dyspareunia.”

This Red Ice Radio interview with Jeanice Barcelo discusses the mutilation of babies in more detail and also sheds light on other unnecessary and insane procedures that are now commonly accepted among standard baby delivery protocols in hospitals, however, watch the following shorter clip from her interview on The Vinny Eastwood Show if you have less time:

These types of interferences during the most delicate times of our lives serve to separate us from our mothers and it is not difficult to see how these events would bring about a sense of accomplishment for elites who seek to replace the family with the state.

Interestingly, apparently Disney propaganda largely features main characters who either have a mother absent, dead, or being represented as an “evil stepmother”.  (Fast-forward to approximately 24 minutes into this Wash Your Brain interview to hear Freeman Fly and Jamie Hanshaw elaborate on this.)

In fact, in the very instructive novel 1984, Orwell’s Big Brother is called “Big Brother” for a reason, as I’ve previously mentioned.  Similarly, Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World fiction novel is set in a fictional world where children are not even born in a mother’s womb, but rather in factories (whereby the fetuses grown are separated into 5 different classes via oxygen deprivation and things of that nature).

The following short video begins with an interesting and relevant quote:

“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.”

Brock Adams, Director UN Health Organization (1945)

[UPDATE/CORRECTION 21/06/2015: According to here, here, here, here, here, and here this quote was actually not from Brock Adams, but rather from a George Brock Chisholm, the first Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO).  According to here, this Chisholm quote was from “a Speech given at the, Conference on Education, Asilomar, California, September 11, 1954”.  If anyone finds a copy of this speech, please send me the link through this contact form.]

Furthermore, when we examine exactly what is being dumped into our environment we can see that these chemicals also further the agenda of blurring the lines between the feminine and masculine, hence further destroying the family.  Petrochemicals in our environment are drastically affecting our hormones and are causing women to undergo puberty at a younger and younger age.  Females are getting masculinized and men are getting feminized.  Even animals are being affected in strange ways.  Our environment is soaked in these poisons and this Radio 3Fourteen interview with Dr. Curtis Duncan sheds a lot of light on these issues.

At this point it is very difficult to deny the perturbation of one of the most fundamental, intimate, and self-sustaining aspects of our personal lives, the family unit.  We have the nefarious hospital birth procedures, the children’s propaganda demonizing mothers, the UN blatantly saying their goal is to destroy the family, and we have these chemicals that are screwing us up, etc.  All this paints a grim picture of a heartless multipronged assault on the family.

That said, let’s be honest.  A state can’t love you like an actual person can (and a state can’t know you like a person who’s lived with you knows you).  You can’t “hug” Canada… no matter how much you may love this land.  Somebody out there may try to hug the ground to prove me wrong, but I’d say that person would be hugging the Earth more than Canada.  I suppose that person could be “earthing” (and gaining anti-oxidants).  Sure, I’ll even entertain the possibility that Canadian “vibes” are in the air, if you like, but you see what I’m trying to say.  Canada is not your family and it can never replace your family… no matter how patriotic you might be.  Nevertheless, the future of the traditional family is in jeopardy.

2: Separation from our Elders

Who better to reveal the long scope of the aggressors’ agenda(s) than those close to us who have been alive the longest?  They’ve been around longer, so we can assume the smart ones would have an insight or two about our dilemma and why we keep falling for the war propaganda, the various means of divide and conquer, etc.

Sadly, elders today are not looked up to, but rather seen as an impediment to society.  People in the “advanced states” don’t have mentors as much as they used to and don’t really respect their elders as much either.

People in western societies stick their parents in “old folks’ homes” when they are older so they don’t have to deal with them anymore.  My ex girlfriend’s mother once worked as a nurse at one of these places and her role was simply handing out pharmaceutical drugs to these people for hours at a time.  Similarly, during my 40 hours of Orwellian “mandatory volunteer work” in highschool I chose to help out at one of these places and my role there included – believe it or not – serving these people beers and grabbing the sandbags out from the holes and handing them back the sandbags when they played the sandbag game, etc.  I forget the name of that game but it involves getting “points” based on how accurate you throw a sandbag into something that looks like this.  Anyway, the place smelled like urine and was very depressing.  They were treated like children, talked to like they were children, in many ways many of them were children, and yet I’ve witnessed many other people throughout my life who were just as old and their mind’s were still sharp, alert, focused, coherent, functional, etc.  Those people usually were never in old folks homes.  I was vexed.  I thought to myself, “did these people in this home simply give up on reading a long time ago or something?  What is going on here?  Why do they all look so sedated and half-dead?”  To be clear, I had seen this sort of thing on television and films before but actually witnessing it in person had a significant impact on me.   Now I imagine that this level of neglect would never happen in many other countries around the world where people honour the past and their roots.  Doing so has many benefits but it seems people around here treat their pets better than they treat their parents.

To add insult to injury, falling for the New World Order scarcity-propaganda which claims that humans are the scum of the earth (Agenda 21), people lose empathy and end up advocating killing their elders just so the spoiled young brats can extend their materialistic lifestyles a few more years and have a bigger piece of the pie (…the constantly shrinking pie).  There is no honour in this.  We lack foresight, crave immediate satisfaction and constantly yearn for easy solutions.

Some say the issue is about whether it’s wrong to keep people alive when they are barely living and don’t want to live.  I think the deeper and more pressing issue is that most people fall for the “appeal to authority” fallacy and don’t want to take responsibility for their own health and hence, this allows people to “freely” choose to die when they think they’ve exhausted all options available to them (because that’s what the doctor/authority-figure said), when in fact they are simply being coaxed into that hopeless frame of mind, more often than not, and usually there very well could be more options available to these unfortunate souls.  The doctors that do aid in the coaxing may not even realize what they’re doing, as they are typically bound to the parameters of their archaic training.  Populations think “if the doctors can’t help me, there’s no hope”.  Consistent with this attitude, people don’t pursue books about health, don’t care about their diet, continue doing things they know are bad for them and then when they’re on their deathbeds they feel that their only option is death because they’ve been willfully ignorant of the body’s ability to heal and what foods/activities it requires to do so.

Globalists have slowly poisoned us and corrupted the culture enough to get us to be alienated from nature and from natural ways of healing.  It is conceivable that this has helped pave the road for the “euthanasia” movement to flourish.  Regardless, our general lack of empathy towards the elderly is painfully evident and needs to be taken into account.

There is no value in completely abandoning our history and moving on.  The true leaders of the future will be the youth who are able to appreciate the elders and who are able to pass down the wisdom of the elders in a fresh way.  We each have our place.  Youth can be “ungrounded” or “spoiled” while elders could “stagnate” or “live in the past”.  If we wish to avoid becoming morally and intellectually bankrupt, we should recover efficient communication.

3: War on Ancient Soil / Darwin’s License To Kill

Another disgrace is that there is virtually no anti-war movement anymore.  War is seen as peace because we add the word “humanitarian” and truth is turned upside down.  Partly due to the religion of statism, truth becomes whatever our masters tell us it is at any given moment and perpetual global war continues unstopped.

Sure there are alliances that pose a “threat” to “western hegemony”, and these alliances include entities such as BRICS, NAM, CSTO, etc., however their allegiance is questionable, especially given that some of the major players there, including both Russia and China, have sprayed their own populations with chemtrails against the will or consent of those populations.  That is not something to be taken lightly.  Geo-engineering itself is an extremely reckless and arrogant thing to do, at best.

China has been pretending to care about Syria’s sovereignty and welfare during the ongoing NATO-backed Syrian invasion but in this excellent Boiling Frogs Post video researcher James Corbett does a great job of illustrating China’s true role in the New World Order.

So why is Syria important?  There are numerous reasons Syria is currently targeted and these include Syria’s lack of an IMF debt and its banning of GMOs.  Syria is also one of Iran’s only allies in the region and Iran has been unfairly targeted as well.  Moreover, that entire region is important.  With regards to using war as a tool to destroy history and our connections to the past, Professor Michel Chossudovsky highlights some relevant observations in this article:

“America’s wars in the Middle East and Central Asia have largely been conducive to the destabilization and decline of an entire region, considered by historians to be the cradle of civilization.

The “doomsday” wars on Iraq and more recently Syria are instrumental in the destruction of Mesopotamia, the “Land of two Rivers”.

More than 5000 years of history are erased. In Iraq. At the very outset of the occupation in April 2003, the cultural and archaeological heritage was looted by the invaders.

America’s unmanned drone attacks against civilians in Pakistan under the mandate of the “Global War on Terrorism” occur in the upper Indus Valley, another cradle of ancient civilization going back to the Bronze Age (Third Millennium BC) , which is currently being destroyed. The Indus Valley Civilization also known as the Harappan civilization, started in the third millennium BC (3300–1300 BC). Together with the Nile Valley and Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley was one of the first urban river civilizations.”

Furthermore, it is not difficult to see how the relentless wars that we’ve been observing are also largely a product of social darwinism.  If there’s no consequences to our actions and no morality whatsoever then people will rape and pillage the world whenever they want.

Darwin’s theory of evolution helped degrade morality.  No longer did people believe in consequences for their actions via some kind of afterlife in hell.  It became the complete opposite.  It became “what you see is what you get”, so to speak,  and a free-for-all ensued.  I don’t necessarily believe in a hellish-type afterlife, but I do believe there are consequences to my actions.

Charles Darwin and a whole gang of others indeed got us scrambling into a dog-eat-dog paradigm. One consequence of this meddling, in addition to the increased wars, is that we no longer see the abundance of nature.  The spin Darwin gave us made it so that the glass became perceived of as half-empty, instead of half-full as we started to think of “survival of the fittest” instead of the more accurate “survival of the not-weakest”.  Things then got tense and the situation became more ripe for the influence of the UN’s infamous Agenda 21.

In tandem with Agenda 21 is the stealing of land under the guise of conservation.  This allows for people to get herded into cities where they are easier to control and surveil but more importantly separates people from nature.  It’s not very healthy to live in a skyscraper or tall building, for example.  Our bodies are not biologically accustomed to that environment.

It has been said that we are even lied to about the abundance of oil.  While it is true that many of these wars involve the theft of oil, that may be simply a pretext to accomplish goals which include the above-stated goals of erasing history, in addition to causing as many refugees as possible to go out there and intermix with everyone else in an effort to homogenize the world.

Nobody is denying that oil barons laughed all the way to the bank when they stole Iraqi oil.  The agenda is simply multifaceted and different aspects of the agenda are not necessarily mutually exclusive.  Again, the oil people may know what they “need to know”.  Robbing a country’s oil can indeed occur while the string-pullers from behind the scenes celebrate the destruction of that land and its history in an effort to build a new, more sinister world on the ashes of the old one.  This is a clusterfuck of epic proportions.

4: Indigenous People Targeted All Over The World

dd395-Genocide-siteAboriginal people all over the world are systematically targeted, further erasing history.  Because of things like genocide, land-grabs, “residential schools”, propaganda and the many different kinds of pollution that now exist, this different way of life is probably less likely to persist or be sufficiently remembered unless we come to terms with how marginalized these people have become.  There is a pattern of domination against these people that deserves to be highlighted.  The Canadian residential schools alone were a travesty.  Many aboriginal children were beaten, verbally abused, or sexually abused simply for things like not speaking English.  When/if they returned to their parents they would seem like aliens, at the same time that the Canadian/European culture that assimilated these children shunned them too.  Fast-forward to today and we see reports titled “Canada covers up aboriginal killings“, “Canadian aboriginals face health care discriminations“, and the cycle continues.

According to a recent CBC report,

“Canada is not the only country with a history of residential schools for aboriginal children. From 1910 to 1970, the Australian government placed aboriginal children in foster homes and institutions. Those children are now known as the “stolen generation.” Each May 26 since 1998, Australians have observed National Sorry Day — a day acknowledging the impact of forcible family removal on aboriginal people.”

These children didn’t deserve to be isolated from everyone, assimilated, and cut off from their past.  This is how we destroy a people with impunity while at the same time forgetting a significant era of human history.

related: Bulldozers destroy 3,200-year-old Mayan pyramid in Belize

5: Education

Ignorant of humanity’s accomplishments and history, children instead are trained to feel entitled to things which would have been provided for them by nature and/or their families (had the international criminal cabal and their minions not interjected so boldly).

Think about how many people feel “entitled” to education, for example.  Think about how it is viewed as a “public good” and something that should be free.  It would be nice if the post-secondary education/indoctrination was free, actually, but there is no real reason that gathering large groups of people to be instructed by a single person on a given topic for months on end should be free.  I’m not against learning. It is simply clear that despite the many “schools” that we have (and which profess to care about learning), we do not act more humanely or intelligently at all.  On the contrary.  You know a person by their deeds and if we look with open eyes, we can see that we’re generally sitting by and doing nothing while criminals destroy our world and our minds in a variety of disturbing ways.  That’s the opposite of intelligence.  We are basically lobotomized.  That should indicate a weak education system at the very least.  Either that, or it would indicate an education system that is working exactly as it was intended to work, to keep people in the dark.  Interestingly, IQ tests probably don’t test for things like music or humor.

Our present day education system involves children separated by different grades and hence the younger children can’t communicate as much with the older children. Interestingly, while the rigid architecture of the school system (and the scolding barks from the teachers) makes it clear they do not want us to communicate with each other, they really don’t want us being autodidacts either.  “Be exactly the way we want you to be and we will guarantee you material safety in return.”  That’s the message given to most children who are not home-schooled.

Public schools teach a biased history, but this is to be expected because education (as we know it ) became linear,  factory-like and a function of book-learning around the time the industrial revolution kicked in.  Apparently, that’s when a public education system paid for by taxation occurred to make way for training people to run all these new fancy machines (and I have a feeling the real history may be more complex than that, but that’s what I know at this moment).  Nowadays, technology is booming and rendering many of those blue-collar jobs obsolete.  Are you noticing the decrease in cashiers at grocery stores as they are partly replaced by machines?  Similarly, today elites are even drooling at the possibility of one day having a robot army, but I “digress”.

Education became even more “public” when the US and Soviet education systems merged under a UN banner, as revealed by Charlotte Iserbyt who served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of Ronald Reagan.  She went on to write a book called “The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America“.  Is it any surprise that we are increasingly seeing reports like this recent one titled “80% of NYC high school graduates lack basic skills like reading“?

Strangely enough, it seems that elites dominate us and then look down at us for being dominated despite the fact that they rig the game against us in the first place and occult powerful tools of intellectual self-defense that we could otherwise use to stand up to them in a fair fight.  These are very twisted and sadistic people.

If it’s not bad enough that our public education system now rampantly drugs our children, pushes vaccines on them, spies on them, and makes them feel like they’re in a jail, some teachers even have the audacity to no longer teach cursive writing.  Why is that relevant?  Lots of past writings have been written in the cursive form.  The move to halt teaching this style of writing reeks of the kind of blatant disregard for history that is illustrated in novels like Fahrenheit 451 which is set in a fictional world where “firefighters” don’t actually fight fire but burn books instead.

Conclusion / Solutions

While the game is not over, it is late in the game.  The challenge now is to be able to prevail through the fear and programming, to see through the myth that lies to us and says “true change happens overnight, via one Hero, so sit back and do nothing, wait for that Hero, and don’t bother trying unless you’re taking on a gigantic exhausting project that most likely will be a buzzkill and encroach on your precious comfort zone”.  When we see this myth for what it is – a lie – it ceases to have an ill effect on us instantly.  This is probably one of the first steps in healing ourselves and living more honestly and panic-free.  We can’t all do everything, but it’s obvious that each of us can do something.  I’m not you, so I don’t know what you are best suited to do.  Only you know that.  Caring is not enough.  We often act without thinking and think without acting.  Times like these call for careful and thoughtful action.

We must follow our instincts/guts/intuition, but also realize that our guts are occasionally wrong.  That’s where the sobering time-tested Trivium Method comes in.  It is old, yet new to many of us, and will aid in the identification of lies and fallacies.  Thus, the body of knowledge we have (and share) will have a higher chance of being logically consistent and we can then be more confident in our ability to pass on truly valuable information.  Confusion in communication will then be reduced and we can more easily move forward as we reach a more concrete consensus of what our challenges actually are.  This is crucial when we live in a sea of propaganda and especially when we find ourselves fragmented to this tragic degree.  Right now too many people are dithering around and wasting time.

Fortunately, much valuable information is out there but we have to be brave if we want to find it and digest it properly.  There is a good chance we are powerful enough to grasp the true scope of the manipulation that humanity has been subject to and to deal with the pressing problems we face, despite how overarching and massive our problems are.

People are getting more sick, more stupid, and more poverty-stricken.  Nevertheless, instead of feeling entitled to health care, or education, or money, we can be our own doctors (for the most part), we can learn from each other or our families instead of a factory-like school, and we can recognize our role in instilling a more honest and fruitful economy by being brave enough to hold criminals accountable for their crimes (and also by striving to be financially self-sufficient in a variety of important ways).  There exists a vast amount of information detailing how many of the products and services we purchase actually perpetuate wars.  Luckily we have the ability to boycott that crap.

Finally, this is only meant to be a brief overview of the situation.  I am only one person and there are doubtlessly other important details I’m omitting and other ways we are isolated from each other and our roots.  For a more detailed and expansive assessment of the power structure that dominates us and and for a broader view of the mind-control agenda involved see (or hear) this History Connected episode titled “Research Discussion on MKULTRA, Cybernetics, and Social Control“.  Also read “Manufacturing the Deadhead: A product of social engineering… by Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin” and watch the subsequent Vinny Eastwood Show interview with these authors titled “CIA, MK Ultra & Origins Of Acid Counter Culture“.

Amir Alwani is a musician and the founding editor of PotentNews.com.  Feel free to donate dollars or bitcoins to support his work.


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