Be Your Own Revolution

I made the mistake of involving myself in a sectarian Twitter spat when I was halfway through my morning coffee today and I instantly felt like an idiot.

People from the Left Twitter faction I’d offended rushed in to push back against the offense I’d caused them, and within minutes I felt it: the all-too familiar sensation of inspiration and creativity draining away from my body. Tension, coldness and defensiveness where previously there was playfulness and the crackling sensation of an exciting new day in which anything was possible.

If you’re active online, you’ve probably experienced this too. The days when you’re involved in sectarian bickering are the days when you are at your least creative, your least inspired, and your least effective at fighting against the machine. At best the drama gives your ego a tickle (as social media platforms are designed to do), after which you feel a bit yuck. The longer you engage in it, the lower the probability that you will produce something creative and inspired that day.

As a general rule, you may find that it works best to reject cliques and factions altogether. When you “belong” to any group you feel compelled to defend it, and to move with it wherever it goes even if that’s not where you feel like the energy is. You get invested in wanting the collective to move in a certain direction, and you get frustrated when it just wants to focus on silly nonsense and sectarian feuds.

So my advice to you here, which you of course can take or leave, is to just blast off on your own and fight your own revolution in your own way.

The unfortunate fact is that our society is insane, and its madness pervades literally every political faction to varying degrees. Marrying yourself to any group means marrying its madness. Instead, focus on becoming more sane, and then act based on that sanity.

Just blast off. Don’t wait for your comrades. Don’t try to pull them along with you before they are ready. Just blast forward into your own revolution, burning brightly and scorching the machine with your own light. If you shine brightly enough, the others may follow when they are ready.

One of the most frustrating things is seeing where we need to move and not being able to get the collective to come with you. You’re like, “It’s there! Let’s move!”, and they just want to bicker and ego spar. Just blast off into health yourself, and trust that the others will follow if and when they are able.

Be your own revolution. You have all the media access you need to help wake the world up with the power of your own inspired action. Reject cliques, factions and sectarianism, and have the courage to stand on your own two feet attacking the machine with your own unique abilities.

This doesn’t mean you can’t organize and work collectively; you absolutely can. If you see people doing something you want to uplift, uplift it. But when you’re done, don’t stay and become a member of the club. Move on and retain your self-sovereignty. If you’re doing something that people want to help uplift and amplify, let them do so. When they don’t want to anymore, let them go. Don’t try to manipulate them into staying.

You are free to collaborate with anyone on any issue at any time. You don’t actually need to be a member of the Blah Blah Whateverist Club to do this. And when nothing is happening that you want to collaborate with others on, you can attack the machine on your own, using your own unique set of tools based on your own inspiration. You are not owned or bound.

All these debates we’re seeing lately over who should be let into and kept out of the Revolution Club, how the Revolution Club should act, who should lead the Revolution Club etc are based on the assumption that there has to be a Revolution Club in the first place, and there just doesn’t. Organize and collaborate on a case-by-case, issue-by-issue basis while remaining sovereign.

Have the compassion to prioritize the needs of the collective and the courage to stand as an individual. Trying to impose your will on exactly how the collective revolution should and should not be moving is a doomed endeavor, because you cannot control the collective, you can only control yourself. So be your own revolution and attack the machine wherever you detect a weak point in its armor.

I’ve avoided all cliques and factions like the plague, and I’ve been far more effective in this fight than I would have been if I’d chosen to glom onto some faction and uphold all its -ists and -isms. It would have killed my ability to move with agility in whatever way is demanded by each present moment, because I would have been binding myself to the movements of a group that isn’t seeing what I’m seeing and can’t move the way I move.

This is just what’s worked for me, and of course your mileage may vary. But if you’re like me and you don’t see the various groups, organizations and factions getting us to where we need to go, consider stepping out of the vehicle, standing on your own two feet, and waging your own revolution.

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    The exposure of the machine fraud in Antrim County, MI. was somewhat accidental. An individual was checking out the returns for Board of Education candidates and noticed anomalies.
    In Mike Lindell’s documentary, ABSOLUTE PROOF at the 1:36 mark Mary Fanning points out that there were 29095 counties “targeted”.
    At approximately the 1:47mark Austin and Oklahoma were displayed as “targets” in the animated graphic of the “package” flows. There were hundreds of “targets” in the swing states but these 2 stood out because there were not many targets in Texas and Oklahoma. One must wonder if they had to do with a local election such as those Soros funded groups have been influencing?
    The above charts our path to winning.
    First, we need to obtain a copy of the entire table Marry Fanning displayed at the beginning of her presentation. The table lists the targeted IP addresses, computer ID, state, and computer owner.
    Then individuals in each county submit FOI requests for the documents listing the election computers ID numbers. If the there are machines with the same ID number as that listed in the table we have already won to the degree that we have demonstrated the table is valid.
    Second, identify the losers of local races and lobby them, as a group, to demand a forensic audit of the machines by an acceptable firm. Local voters may have standing to demand an audit also? This needs to happen in Austin and Oklahoma City for sure.
    “They” cannot blow up the boy friend of the daughter of 29095 county judges. There would be too many targets. Governor Kemp was in a boat in the pond all by himself. 290995 boats in the pond make targeting impossible.
    If one more county reverses its election results. That is winning, along with Antrim County, two cases. After 3, 4, and so on at the county level, the tide would be irreversible. Stacked state level courts would not necessarily be able to stop it.
    The table also shows a considerable amount of the intrusion methods being “credentials”. Meaning somebody provided those credentials. Local county sheriffs should investigate. An arrest would be winning on a huge scale.
    It would take an army to do this, but I am suggesting there is an internet army that would gladly take on the task. Many are commenting on this site.


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