Let it sink in.
“Where there is no vision, the people perish.”
I’ve been thinking about that phrase… ruminating actually. Like a cow chewing its cud, my mind has been obsessively turning the thought over and over, slowly, letting it simmer somewhere in the back quadrant. The result is a little insight, however humble it may be, that seems highly applicable to our current circumstance.
Where there is no vision, the people perish.
Where? This word implies a geographic location, like a city, state, or nation. When a city, state, or nation has no unifying vision, everything falls apart.
No vision? This word in Hebrew is châzôn. It is mostly used in relation to prophecy, however the literal translation is “mental sight,” as in, to contemplate and perceive the possibilities of the future. Also, the word connotes a positive, pleasurable future state, something to look forward to, something worth fighting for.
Where there is no vision, the people perish?
Here “the people” refers to a tribe, a nation, a congregation.
It doesn’t necessarily mean that the individuals are all going to fall over dead, but that the tribal or national identity will perish without a common vision. Now think about our ongoing culture war. What does it mean to be an American? It means something vastly different today than it did 200 years ago—or even two generations ago. The truth is, there is no longer a national vision, no strong projection of the American Dream, and as a result, our nation is crumbling right before our eyes.
Obviously, that’s not by accident.
While the global elites are in lockstep, advancing their Common Agenda, the American public is getting jerked this way and that, and our focus, attention, and efforts are being shattered by a battering ram of propagandized social issues. While we fight against perverted curriculum, pornography in children’s books, men competing in women’s sports, and drag queens disturbing our children, the globalists are steadily advancing on every front, almost without notice.
People care about these issues, and they are right to fight back, but the energy being dumped into dealing with these ridiculous shenanigans is diverting attention from more important issues—such as stolen elections, political corruption, and utter lawlessness. Similarly, while some people care about the perversion of justice (actually, the complete destruction of justice); about the weaponization of government agencies that are being used to target political opposition (blatant tyranny); and the political persecution of Donald Trump (and the J6 prisoners); these folks are essentially just pissing in the wind and shaking their fists at the sky. Are they really fighting back? Are they really making a stand?
Or are they just really mad about the injustice of it all, and yet completely at a loss as to what to do about it? Do they really think they’re going to vote themselves out of this mess? Or is that just wishful thinking, because they don’t know what to do?
I believe that We The People lack a vision.
We The People want our country back. We want life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the good old fashioned way. We want things to get back to normal. We want all of this silly insanity to stop. We want to restore the rule of law, the constitutional norms, and the cultural traditions that have defined our national identity to what it was in recent memory.
In short, we want it to be what it always was. Not perfect, but ours.
Unfortunately—very unfortunately—we cannot go back to the way it was.
That’s not the way things work. Each day that passes is water under the bridge. If you toss a rubber ducky in the river and watch it float under the bridge, you understand that little rubber ducky is never coming back. In the very same way, we will never again experience or be able to revive a pre-pandemic America. The societal scars are permanent, as are the various presumptions of authoritarianism that so quickly manifested during that time. We cannot undo this experience.
Furthermore, we cannot comprehend life from a fixed point of view. If we fail to grasp that all of this chaos is being globally orchestrated and has been methodically planned for decades, if we fail to realize that the Great Reset is upon us, then we are essentially just sitting ducks, helpless to swim against the overwhelming tide of fabricated global consent. Put differently, we are destined to succumb to the seductive lies, as local leaders are increasingly conditioned and prone to defer to global digital governance.
Just follow the money: Want state funding? Fall inline with state mandates. Want federal funding? Fall inline with federal mandates. Want to participate in international commerce? Fall inline with international mandates. Thus, from the top down, international treaties drive federal regulations, which then drive local level policies on everything from the radical environmental agenda, to sustainable development and public health and safety. This leads to complete control over our lives.
As a result, rather than having representative government that respects the will of the local constituents and reflects the cultural preferences of our diverse communities, we have centralized government that forcefully imposes the will of unelected global bureaucrats who believe they know what’s best for every person on the planet.
Beyond that, these so-called “enlightened leaders”—to quote Klaus Schwab from his book COVID-19: The Great Reset—these elitist sociopaths believe that they “just don’t need the majority of the human population.” Hence their plans to “proportion the population” and ensure that we all eat bugs, own nothing, and be happy.
But I digress, we’ve discussed all of this at length, so let’s pivot back to the vision.
“I have a dream.”
Those four timeless words are easily associated with Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic speech, but they are very seldom put into context:
“I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.…I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream that…one day right there in Alabama, little Black boys and Black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.” — MLK Jr., August 28, 1963
Being that our country seems to be rapidly backsliding into judging people by the color of their skin, instead of judging people based on the content of their character, I’d guess that MLK is probably rolling in his grave when he hears Democrats wanting to remove white people from office, because they’re white. It’s supreme absurdity, and it stands in direct opposition to everything he stood for—and it’s only one example.
Martin Luther’s vision was inspiring. It fanned the flames of the civil rights movement and led to tremendous cultural change. At that point in history, there was no going back to the segregated ways of the past. In a very similar way, there is no going back now to the way things were before the Great Reset began.
The genie is out of the bottle. The idea that the state has unlimited control over our lives, in order to keep people safe, is going to be very difficult to reverse. The idea that we must sacrifice our personal, local, state, and national sovereignty for the sake of saving the planet is not going to go away any time soon. In fact, these culturally conditioned forms of psychosis are only going to gain steam in the short term—which is precisely why it is absolutely imperative that we have a vision to counter with.
The global cabal has their vision for the future. What is ours?
They are using Social Listening, Sentinel Surveillance, Algorithmic Social Interventions, and Deep State censorship to groom and manipulate the masses, convincing them that centralized government control is the only solution to every problem—because that’s how they can keep people safe, ensure equality, and advance the greater good—and people are buying into this vision in droves.
It’s indoctrination. It’s social conditioning. It’s brainwashing. And it’s working.
They have shattered our vision for the future.
So let me ask you:
Do you think Donald Trump represents the future of America? How about Ron DeSantis? Does Robert F. Kennedy Jr. or Joe F*ing Biden? How about George Soros’ “political son,” the freshly appointed Alex Soros? Do any of the other candidates running for the 2024 presidential election actually represent the future of America?
Do any of them represent or offer a unifying vision for our country?
Or perhaps these are just the useful stooges who the entrenched political establishment and their despicable media lapdogs want us to be bickering over???
Consider that these players are only getting national media attention because someone wants them to get national attention. It doesn’t just happen. Also, note that any one of these people would represent, at best, only half of the country—thereby perpetuating the two-party system of intentional gridlock and mutual exploitation of the American people. Do you think this is all just a big fat coincidence?
Who do you think benefits from this status quo arrangement?
It’s certainly not We The People!
So that’s their vision, but what is our vision?
Where there is no vision, the people perish…
There must be a vision.
…to be continued.