Fear and Loathing in Our Present Lives*

The most effective technique for the suppression of consciousness is achieved through fear. Fear is the most powerful tool for controlling a population and keeping it in a stagnant state of expansion. A human, dominated by fear will exist in the lowest vibrational form of consciousness they can.

This tactic is achieved by bombarding society with alarming images that frighten us can make us feel like we need protection for our continued survival. The population is groomed into a state of constant stress and fear, driven towards the hatred of other ethnic groups and religions.

The most vital concept to realize for the success of expanding consciousness is that fear is not real. It is merely a tool for the control of the public and simply a leftover aspect of our ancient left brain. If you do not feed the negative energy of fear itself, it will not exist within you.

Fear amplifies stress and locks our consciousness in a left brain mentality for survival. Through the use of fear, humans make irrational decisions and are easily led down a path of violence. No other method of control in all of human history has led to such profoundly negative consequences to our own expansion and advancement.

Humanity must take a hard look at the precise events leading up to each major human conflict that escalated into a large-scale war. From the First World War to Vietnam, all of these conflicts were carefully created, with humanity being used as nothing more than the conduits of violence for tyrant leaders.

With the orchestrated sinking of the Lusitania by its own country, the First World War was romanced by society as a heroic and brave act, with little consideration of the true reality. Droves of young men quickly joined the fight, leaving their families behind in the name of nationalism. Confidently rushing into combat, the romantic illusion of their sacrifice was only made clear to them after thousands came home in coffins.

The most important question we have to ask ourselves is, did so many innocent people have to die at all? The propaganda and fear that has severely influenced society for so long has convinced the public that these acts of violence are necessary and needed. This despicable treatment of humanity will echo on in our memories and will someday be viewed by a future society with embarrassment and heavy sadness.

The media uses propaganda to further spread fear and give the illusion that radical jihadist could be hiding anywhere and strike at any time. The orchestration for high-level acts of created terrorism on society, most famously September 11, 2001, are what are known as false flag attacks. These acts of violence carried out in a very public setting are designed to create fear, hate, and patriotic support for the military-industrial complex.

All one has to do is look into Operation Northwoods, where the United States practiced drills hijacking commercial planes in order to blame other countries as a means to start a war.

Many of the true motives behind going to war are kept secret from the public and are never disclosed. The commonly used tactic by the United States is to create a grand spectacle which is perpetrated in full view of the public, by the use of bombs or a mass shooting.

After the event occurs, the public will cry out for immediate action be taken, being driven by overwhelming media coverage that promotes fear and nationalism, without asking the needed questions to get to the real Truth of the matter. While searching for evidence in the aftermath, the authorities will miraculously find an unscathed pair of passports, which perfectly identify the apparent terrorists. Certain familiarities will immediately reoccur after each event, from the need to increase military spending and support, to an attempt at banning all guns from the public.

The controlled mass media uses these events to portray a state of complete anarchy across the world. This clever maneuver is part of the ancient agenda for establishing a military-run society, where all of our remaining freedoms are removed. The implications for this coerced outcome for the future would envision a modern Nazi state under a single world government, and has the uncanny appearance of something right out of the book “1984”.

The promotion of instability across the Middle East and other parts of the world, leading to so many devastating conflicts, is the primary tactic used by the powerful military-industrial complex to sustain their continued funding and purpose.

In his last speech before leaving office as president, Dwight D. Eisenhower warned the American people, and the world, of the dangers of the military-industrial complex and the control it can have on all of society. When we contemplate on all the things a president prefers to say when they are leaving office, this should stand as a stark reminder to emphasize the seriousness and Truth behind this information.

President Eisenhower’s final address to the nation included these chilling words: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.”

Humanity has been warned repeatedly by past leaders and presidents, some of whom have even lost their lives over revealing some of this important information. But time and time again, we refuse to see the Truth and instead prefer to remain within our own ignorance.

War is a means of instability, profit, and total control of a population. I find it fascinating that we call extreme policies that are seemingly inhumane draconian policies, considering the root of the word. It can be easy to let this information depress and anger you but we must simply realize the past and then let go of its fear based grip over us.

Always remember that knowledge is power.

*From Matthew Lacroix, The Illusion of Us: The Suppression and Evolution of Human Consciousness