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We are now very much in the midst of the so-called paradigm shift or reset, which has completely bypassed the mainstream media and to a large extent the alt-media also. The latter, to a fairly large extent, has been making the same unfulfilled promises for years offering a utopian future for humanity. What is staggering is how people are so easily willing to forgive the endless failure of these assurances to deliver anything of substance. The endless spin and at times blatant contradiction is self-evident but belief in something often skews humanities perspective, with devastating consequences, as hundreds of years of history proves all too often.
We are currently in the process of creating an e-book and audiobook which will highlight what the reset will actually mean during its culmination and in the immediate aftermath. We will clearly not discuss the pertinent details now, but would like to make a few observations at this time. There is a need to stimulate both debate and critical thinking about the future challenges which lie ahead which will be immense, particularly for people in the west. Recall, we have said on many occasions before that Russia has been through its reset which has taken 20 years and is still an ongoing process. There are no quick fix solutions, which are far more about endemic ideological engrained indoctrination, than the economic, social and political changes needed to bring about lasting change.
In analogous terms, in order to rebuild infrastructure, you have to raise it to the ground and ensure that the foundations are constructed to the necessary standards. You can’t just take down the first floor, build six more and then expect the building to have longevity. Quite simply it will collapse very quickly. There are people out there offering the quick fix partial demolition solution, but very few explain what the outcome will be and what the long term solutions and objectives are expected to be.
The biggest challenge the west faces are in its ideological mind-set, which is very easily malleable to being polarised and as a consequence susceptible to divide and conquer agendas. This is none more so than in faux party politics, which is nothing more than a grand illusion to convince people they have a democratic choice at election time.
However it goes much further than that and ultimately shapes many people’s reactions, when it is clear they have not bothered to think through a given situation because it contradicts their deeply held persuasions. A case in point being that when we are critical of Trump we are branded as being democrats or a troll. This is symptomatic of the induced polarisation which means everything is black and white and that you have to be completely on side or you are against us. The world is neither black nor white, but a myriad of shades of grey and where the truth and real perspective lies. History proves this point rather eloquently, but humanity rarely reflects on its past to avoid making the same mistakes in the future.
Western nations particularly need to let go of this constant need to be seen as the moral arbiters of truth and justice, when their actions illustrate the exact opposite through acts of staggering hypocrisy. The people of these nations also need to accept that it is juvenile to continue to push this mantra of choosing sides and having to conquer perceived enemies. However, more importantly, they need to recognise that such propaganda has been responsible for convincing them to repeat this endless cycle of death, destruction and grand larceny, all predicated on deception, fabrication and outright lies.
The paradigm shift is going to be an enormous challenge for all humanity as the collapse of the old structures continues unabated. However, those who seek to fight tooth and nail to hang on to the old paradigm mentality are going to find this shift significantly more challenging. This also includes those who consider themselves enlightened, in that on the one hand they have ditched the old paradigm perspective, but have now embraced new belief systems which are utterly misleading too. Change is coming and there is nothing that is going to stop it and if you don’t embrace it the change will crush you.