There’s nothing like a world crisis to forge bonds of unity.
All of a sudden our aches and pains go out the window. We’re energized. We forget what divided us. In the interests of the common effort, we let bygones be bygones and draw together.
And that doesn’t just mean between people. In my case, I let bygones be bygones with my departed father, whom I’ve been dragging around for most of my life (poor man).
I think he’s served his time and I can let him out of my personal jail.
There’s going to be such a jolt go through the world when the world’s richest – the global “influencers” – become the world’s poorest, their wealth sequestered for serious human-rights abuses.
Down the road a bit, that same money will fund countless humanitarian initiatives and projects. It’ll either be redistributed directly via universal basic income programs or else it’ll build projects like new hospitals with galactic technology like med beds, etc. (or both).
Back to the “influencers.” Many people have fashioned their lives around their ways and habits. And the influencers have been played up by the mainstream media – or “made” by them. They’ve lent color to many a drab existence. Their departure will reveal how much they were a part of our lives, love ’em or hate ’em.
Kathleen, Len, and I visited with David Hawkins in nearby White Rock a few days back; David is a reverse crime scene investigator, which he’d need to expand on. As he walked me through scenarios, I swallowed a redpill big enough to choke a horse.
David connected the notorious Picton Farm in Port Coquitlam (near Vancouver), used for the disposal of bodies, with residential schools, Vancouver’s missing women, and the Highway of Tears (Hwy 16 in BC) where a large number of Indian women have disappeared. That was bad enough. But he also alleged that both generations of Trudeaus were a part of these activities. (1)
I’d heard rumors about Trudeau Sr. from George Green. They were assuaged somehow. A friend pressed me to look into Justin and I couldn’t imagine Justin being involved in anything corrupt. The charges against him, at that time, sounded outlandish.
I started to yield when I saw Justin in ankle bracelets and his name on lists of alleged arrestees. And the ostensible memo from the PMO’s Office, which sounded credible to me, had me shrink to the ground. Now David has written one article after another on the subject.
I found that I can only take one chunk at a time. That was enough to lay me on the floor. I idolized Pierre Trudeau and forgave Justin a lot out of the memory of his father. I’ve now lost a big star, big star in my personal pantheon of heroes. So this is what it looks and feels like to be progressively redpilled.
In the face of such distressing revelations, I think we’re going to need a way to prevent ourselves from falling apart. Having gotten a preview of what it’s like to lose your heroes, I actually have a recommendation to make.
This is inspired by a 1989 movie called The Abyss. The movie was about an extraterrestrial presence on the seabed making itself known to human explorers.
In one scene the ETs take the form of a water tentacle. Watch how the water tentacle withdraws into itself.
When I feel good about someone or something, it’s as if I create a tentacle of energy, which extends out from me and “makes friends” with other energy tentacles of the same vibe, just as in the movie.
I had a strong tentacle of pride that even made me proud to be a Canadian historian as a result of my admiration of Pierre Trudeau and approval of his conduct. Just as I felt about Obama and Kennedy, I felt about Trudeau.
When we hear something like the allegations against the Trudeaus, we experience whatever grief we need to, and then withdraw the energetic tentacle back inside of us. The wound is healed.
Operating in this manner, I find, is the easiest and least painful way of healing what could otherwise be an open wound from hearing such disappointing news.
(1) David has written extensively on the subject. His writings are technical and jam-packed but precise. They are generously referenced if you need help with the vocabulary.
See David Hawkins, “Are Maximus Family Extortionists Hiding Maxar Trudeau Graves in A BBC Covid Game?” Patreon, June 5, 2021, at https://www.patreon.com/posts/are-maximus-in-52143712. Scroll down below the photographs to the text. Maximus is a company that provides enforcement to government programs like child maintenance payments and, David alleges, off-camera services as well.