One of the values that has been systematically attacked since the Second World War is the value of decency.
On the scale of values, “decency” for me ranks higher than, say, “reasonable.” Can we discuss?
To my way of thinking, reasonable is like the cake and decency is like the icing. Decency is a slice of “reasonable” plus a layer of personal attention, caring, compassion.
A reasonable person I expect fairness or justice from; nothing more. A decent person I expect a degree of extra caring from; this is someone I can talk to, confide in.
Our sense of decency has been under attack on every conceivable front for decades. Tattoos, rap music, ripped jeans, cancel culture, adrenochrome, Satanism, on and on go the ways that our sense of decency has come under attack and been undermined. Beyond Satanism I can conceive of no worse.
The normal response to what I’m saying is to go into opposition with whomever is seen as cancelling our culture of decency.
I’m not about to ask you to go into opposition to anything. What we resist persists.
You know I value balance, the center, the middle, the heart, the Self. I decline to advise any kind of extreme behavior. I’m not asking you to take a step away from where you are now.
Those of you who know me know that I discovered in my personal work a few years back that I was held back by the belief that I had to have something to put in place of a harmful behavior pattern before I dropped it. So I was always busy looking for the alternative and got distracted. Thus I never changed.
Then one day I saw I could just stop. It was a revolution, which I’ve described elsewhere. (1)
I did not have to have something to put in place of something else I was doing that was harmful. All I needed to do was stop. And I stopped. And I stopped. In the middle of sentences I stopped.
And so I’m saying here as well: What we need to do as individuals and as a global society is … stop.
I didn’t say “what our neighbor needs to do”; I said “we.” Never mind our neighbor. Those were the bad old days of blame and shame, also fanned by the cabals and cartels to divide and conquer.
Stop listening to rap music. Rap music was promoted to create conflict and crime that would lead to incarcerations; the people behind rap music own shares in for-profit prisons. (2) Rap music exudes violence.
Tattoos, ripped jeans – the people who make the fashions want to depress and alienate you and they’ve succeeded.
Satanism is the worst. Adrenochrome production through child torture and murder is all part of it. Terrible, terrible things are being practiced in and under our world, the ground having been prepared by the multifront attack on our basic decency.
We know who’s doing it and rounding them up is being handled by the global white-hat military behind the cover of a lot of nuclear play-acting. We don’t need to worry about that. Those that are with us are far stronger than those who are against us.
What we need to do is to stop the transfer of a culture of malevolence by stopping practicing it.
Only those who insist on transmitting the malevolent values of a Satanist society – to call a spade a spade – will suffer eventually. Those who change course and leave ship will – I hope and trust – find society ready to welcome them back. We all have been saint and sinner in this life and others. I know I have.
In the meantime I request that everyone who wishes to, commit to bringing the culture of decency back in our own lives in every way we can. Surely we’ve had a deep enough experience as a global society of what life is like when malevolence rules. Mass murder becomes genocide becomes omnicide.
Time now to reverse course and come back.
Or not and be left behind.
(1) “Two Words for It: Just Stop!”
(2) See “The Secret Meeting that Changed Rap Music and Destroyed a Generation,”