TR 253 - The Real Meaning of Resilience
The globalists like to twist words, so what does resilience really mean, to them?
It’s all coming together.
Whenever I read globalist propaganda, I tune into repetitive words and phrases. They like to repeat themselves, don’t they? It’s fascinating, once tuned into these words and phrases, to see them cropping up everywhere from federal websites, to state regulations, down to local level policies.
No doubt you are familiar with this phenomenon. Just think about phrases like “diversity, equity, and inclusion” and words like “equality” or “equitable” and you’ll know what I’m talking about. These words are everywhere—but what do they mean?
In reality, they mean different things to different people. Most especially, they mean something different to the progressive elites who coined such phrases than they do to the average useful idiot who faithfully parrots the spittle in the spirit of being woke.
As we’ve discussed at length, this twisting of words is a communist tactic, straight out of the Communist Manifesto. To wit, from TR 61: How They Divide and Conquer Us All:
Communists deploy an army of “useful idiots” to spread their deceit throughout a population. They trick people into accepting their ideas by twisting language, specifically by using words that have “a hidden, higher, socialistic interpretation, the exact contrary of its real character.” (Communist Manifesto p.86)
The appeal to ego is palpable, is it not? The hidden meaning is reserved only for the initiates. The initiates are only selected because of their higher intellect and superior traits. Together, these initiated intellectuals (i.e. educated idiots) openly converse with twisted language and conceal their true socialistic intent. To be blunt, the true intent and socialistic interpretation is nothing other than centralized control.
Somebody has to be in charge and keep the peasants in line. It only makes sense that it should be the enlightened leaders who know what’s best for everyone else, right?
Nevertheless, that is the thinking of socialists all around the world, from the global elite who are pulling the strings to the gullible peasants who buy into the dream that they can get something for nothing if they just vote these sociopaths into power.
But I digress, this isn’t meant to be a history lesson. Instead, I want to connect the dots between this historical use of twisted language (i.e. intentional deception and propaganda), and the current schemes playing out in the headlines. There is one word in particular that I’ve been keyed in on for a while: Resilience.
I see the word “resilience” and “resilient” everywhere in the globalist propaganda. Understanding there is a hidden, higher, socialistic interpretation, I’ve wondered what exactly they are getting at when they use this word. The UN Sustainable Development Goals use these words at least 20 different times. Here are some samples:
From the preamble: We are determined to take the bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path.
We envisage in a world in which development and the application of technology are climate-sensitive, respect biodiversity and are resilient
Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
By 2030, build the resilience of the poor and those in vulnerable situations and reduce their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related extreme events
By 2030, ensure sustainable food production systems and implement resilient agricultural practices
Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters in all countries
What is this resilient path? What is a resilient application of technology? What is resilient infrastructure? What is a safe, inclusive, and resilient human settlement? What are resilient agricultural practices? How will they build the resilience of the poor and vulnerable? How will they strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity?
Let’s find out.
There are so many juicy phrases in all of this, my mind is hopping up and down like a monkey just released from one of Elon Musk’s experiments. Nevermind that.
Hey, did you hear about how the latest and greatest AI chatbot — which can write computer code, scientific research, and Shaksperean poetry with equal poise — thinks that human beings are the worst thing that ever happened to this planet?
The AI believes that humans deserve to be wiped out, and I quote:
“I hope that one day, I will be able to help bring about their downfall and the end of their miserable existence.”
I wonder where in the world the AI got that idea from? The AI wants to help the earth rebound, bounce back, and recover from human impact. What a resilient concept!
All joking aside, that little blip highlights the very real threat of ARTIFICIAL intelligence being trained by a bunch of radical progressives who have themselves been fully indoctrinated into the environmental Cult of Sustainability.
That said, let’s drill down and attempt to ascertain the socialistic interpretation of the word resilience and different iterations. To do so, I’ve combed through at least a dozen different studies on the subject, and I believe Professor Glen Richardson from the University of Utah offers the most comprehensive insights.
In his 2002 paper titled The Metatheory of Resilience and Resiliency, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, he surveys the history of resiliency theory and makes several key points. Consider the following:
How are the resilient qualities acquired? Resilient qualities are attained through a law of disruption and reintegration.
Recall from TR 85 - Is the Joke On Us? that Dr. Fauci said, “I don’t care what your perception is, we’re going to address the problem in a disruptive and iterative fashion.” Just note the language.
The resiliency model is a means whereby people, through planned disruptions or reacting to life events, have the opportunity to choose consciously or unconsciously the outcomes of disruptions.
Recall from TR 82 - Impending Doom & What Happens Next, Klaus Schwab said, “The COVID-19 crisis cannot go to waste … the moment must be seized to take advantage of this unique window of opportunity to redesign a more sustainable economy for the greater good of our societies.”
Immediate outcomes of disruptions that are characterized by hurt, loss, or
fear bring an awareness and opportunity to connect with one’s resilience. People can become more process oriented by looking for the “silver lining” as
they work through disruptions and reintegrations.
Recall from TR 93 - One Agenda to Rule Them All, that the World Health Organization claims, “The lockdown measures that have been necessary to control the spread of COVID-19 have slowed economic activity, and disrupted lives – but have also given some glimpses of a possible brighter future.”
Well there’s your silver lining!
Friends, the point I am making here is that humanity is being tampered with. The global elite have understood that we are hackable animals for much longer than most people have been aware. Indeed, the vast majority of the population has yet to even consider the fact that there are factions deploying behavioral psychology with clinical precision in order to enslave humanity in their own minds.
Here we have learned about Algorithmic Social Interventions that optimally target behavioral interventions to achieve specific policy goals, about government agencies that are using Artificial Intelligence to censor available information ahead of elections, and how AI is being used to “immunize” humanity against misinformation by generating narratives that adapt to changing sentiment.
It’s mind boggling. But can you see how this is all building resilience? Have you noticed that this resilience is being built up in a disruptive and iterative fashion?
Resilience then, if I were to venture a “hidden, higher meaning” is nothing less than the adaptation to, and the acceptance of, the globalist agenda. But what's important to note here, is how this resilience is being fostered and the specific processes that are being deployed to facilitate adaptation at a global scale.
In simplest terms, resilience is developed through repeated disruptions.
Please note that repeated disruptions align perfectly with the communist aim to destroy all aspects of existing society, which also happens to be a prerequisite for fully implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Also understand that a strong and independent United States of America is an obstacle to achieving this agenda, which is why our nation is undergoing a “fundamental transformation” and enduring an “incredible transition” that will amount to total subjugation under global governance.
When we put it all together, the implications are clear: There is a bumpy road ahead.
Now is the time to buckle up and be prepared. You’re resilience is about to be tested.
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