Words That Enslave Us Last But Not Least


Let us explore some more key words and slogans used on a daily basis to keep us in a hypnotic state of being. We accept such words without ever questioning their meaning or intent to influence our reality.


Another one of those classic traps that keeps the “hope” and the “dream” alive. If we keep the dream alive means that we are just dreaming and not really living. Most “dreams-come-true” are associated with attaining, obtaining, getting, receiving, achieving, things that have a monetary value that is not affordable to those who dream of it. This feeds into the frenzy of TV competitions, lottery, gambling, and many other activities to win money, so that we can reward ourselves for being such good slaves. Why should we have to look forward to a dream come true if we can live in a world where everything is possible – because we all make it possible. In UBUNTU communities everything is available, possible, doable, achievable… because the people decide what they will do, or build, or create – not the politicians and slave masters who control the money.


Imagine that all the street vendors who try to stay alive by selling stuff on the streets and at the traffic lights, were actually doing something positive for the community, as opposed to desperately trying to sell stuff that people don’t really need or want. Imagine how much stuff we would have if these people were using their talents towards creating abundance for their community instead of peddling pieces of paper controlled by the banksters. Each one of these street vendors is a beautiful human being with a soul that yearns for freedom and justice. Each one has special talents and skills that they should be using, enriching their lives and those of others, instead of wasting their lives just to survive, and often being harassed by the police that enforce unjust laws of the corporate government and banking elite. This applies to shopkeepers and other traders. Many of these who love this kind of interaction will most likely become the providers of goods in the UBUNTU communities. A far more noble way of using their talents.


Suggests that human beings have no value and that we have to do something more than simply using our natural talents and skills. It implies that we have to work hard to earn money and respect, and do things that are alien to human nature to somehow comply with the requirements of the self appointed authorities. In the corporate world it refers to the sweat and blood exerted by millions of people to create “earnings” for the owners of the corporation or the government. The slaves create the earnings, but gain no benefits. The corporation keeps the slaves under absolute control and ensures that they continue to create earnings or fall foul of the system in which case they are punished. Each one of us is infinitely special, with inalienable rights to live in peace wherever we want. We did not agree to generate “earnings” at birth. All we have to do is to be alive and continue to create by using our god-given talents or our skills that we acquire through the application of our own human passion. Everything we create with our passion, benefits everyone around us in ways that we do not even realize. By simply being born as living breathing human beings into this world, we have “earned” the right to a life of bliss and abundance by giving expression to the most basic aspect of human nature – to create. Earnings are alien to human nature.


We marvel at the financial and economic reporters on TV as they seamlessly spew forth the activities from the various stock markets of the world. To the ignorant masses they seem like highly intelligent people who have taken years to master the complex world of finance and how it helps humanity to prosper and the world to go around. Little do the ignorant masses know, that the poor reporters have no idea what they are actually saying or how it works – because if they
did their conscience would prevent them from doing so. It becomes especially gripping when these ignorant reporters start talking about the “private sector” – as some kind of savior of humanity. What is the private sector? These are the private multinational corporations that have taken control of our planet and are calling the shots to our governments. The private sector has taken ownership of all our natural wealth and resources – our industry, mining, agriculture, water, and especially banking – the creation of money and the control of the global media so that they can continue brainwashing the masses with meaningless economic reports while they secretly manipulate it from behind closed doors. This illusive private sector, that can also be called the “secret “ sector, that so many people look up to with a sick sense of awe, has hijacked everything that gives them absolute control over living breathing human beings. The private sector needs to be dismantled with immediate effect to free the people from exploitation and slavery on every level of existence.

The information above is from my research and credited to Michael Tellinger, which I believe to be the truth, for the readers to do with as they see fit.

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Jack Shea
The Pineal Gland Activation

“Searching For The Truth”

I want my legacy to be remembered for helping individuals find the truth in all things by leading by example with love in all things that I do while glorifying God The Creator of all things.