For the first time in the known history of man, oppressive totalitarian ideologies are spreading around the entire world. While fascism, Marxism, and other poisonous concepts have existed in limited areas in the past, they can now go global instantly thanks to the internet and other advanced methods of communication. Censorship used to be a tool of dictators, but now millions of regular people are demanding that information be suppressed when that information disagrees with their worldview or makes them feel uncomfortable in any way. Non-government organizations such as the World Economic Forum are pushing radical new ways to run society, some of which would lock us into cities that are run like prisons. The World Health Organization is trying to take over healthcare decision-making from sovereign governments. Governments are forcing green energy schemes upon us that can't possibly work and threaten to return us to the days of feudalism. We're being spied on constantly, and more cameras and microphones are installed every day, often at the taxpayer's expense. And tech companies are trying to position themselves as the new rulers of a technocratic age powered by artificial intelligence, in which humans are no longer valued.
While I try to be optimistic, I see storm clouds gathering. I fear we're going to be swept away by this storm, with a dark, evil, slave-like society facing us on the other side. It will be global, and there will be nowhere to go to escape it.
If we want to stop it from happening, the pushback must begin. We can no longer wait around for someone to save us. We can't "trust the plan" and hope for the best. We have to be the ones who save ourselves, standing up to evil wherever we find it, speaking the truth, calling out the lies, and protecting the innocent.
So with all of that in mind, here are some things each of us can do, starting right now, that will help stop the spread of totalitarianism and the evil that fuels it.
- Stop being loyal to political parties and candidates rather than to God and the principles of truth, decency and freedom. Voting for the "lesser of two evils" is still voting for evil.
- Stay loyal to your country and its Constitution but accept that our governments have gone rogue and no longer protect the people or enforce the rule of law.
- Limit exposure to globalist-owned mainstream media television stations and websites. Their primary goal, other than selling advertising, is to limit our knowledge of what is going in the world. While they also spread misinformation and propaganda, their real danger is how they hide important information from us. Find reliable alternative news sites.
- Vote, even if it feels useless. We know the voting system is flawed and often rigged, but voting does no harm (when we vote for good candidates) and can make a huge difference in precincts with honest officials.
- Speak up against wrongdoing. Silence makes you complicit in evil. It's your responsibility to stand up to it when you can do so without putting yourself in mortal danger. Be a warrior, but don't be a fool about it.
- Use cash as often as possible. This keeps cash in circulation and sends a message that we won't accept a fully-digital cashless society. Cash gives you privacy and freedom, two things government authoritarians don't want you to have.
- Stop using Google products, including search, Gmail, navigation, Google Photos, Google Drive, and YouTube. If you use an Android phone, remove or disable as many Google apps as you can. Alternatives are available.
- Stop using Facebook. The company has proven itself to be untrustworthy and a threat to privacy, freedom, democracy, and morality. When you use Facebook, you're voluntarily cataloging your entire life and making it available to government spy agencies such as the NSA, the CIA, and the FBI. And much of Facebook's revenue comes from selling advertising with rates based on how many active users they have. Simply by logging in, you're helping to fund their operations.
- Talk to people. Too many of us are afraid to bring up any topics that are even slightly controversial. But I've found that when I mention the economy, the vaccines, privacy issues, and government overreach, I typically get a good response. Many people are relieved to meet others they can talk to and find common ground with, but it seems we've all been trained to stay quiet and keep our heads down. Conversations create change.
- Bank local, shop local. The big banks, while they may be "too big to fail", are also the most likely to be poorly managed and in need of bailouts. Corruption in the big banks is a primary driver of instability in the entire financial system. Find a good local bank or credit union and stick with them. Know your banker and what their values are. Break free from your Walmart and Amazon addiction and spend your money with smaller retailers. You'll soon find there's nothing the big box stores and internet giants sell that you can't find elsewhere, often for lower prices.
I could go on with another ten suggestions and maybe I'll write a 'part 2' someday, but the ten listed above are the most important, in my opinion. They're easy for anyone to do and they'll have tremendous impact if enough of us do them.
Remember: “Big Things Happen When You Do the Little Things Right” - ― Don Gabor