Sunday, November 29, 2015

The Blame Narrative Storyline


By American Kabuki

What do Dragon Families vs Western Banking families, BRICS alliances, Middle East and sub-Saharan proxy wars, false flags, A.I. Black Goo Hoaxes and Presidential politics have in common? The blame narrative. Storylines of who is at fault, who is your protector, and none of it empowers YOU.  Entire agencies and industries exist to create prepackaged narratives and storylines for you to believe.  Just add water and pop it into your microwave for a quick snack of "OMG! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!"  Thing is you aren't, and motivating people with fear energy is not working so well lately.  

Everything is fucked up and nobody wants to take responsibility. To change things they all think there has to be a perp and a victim.  And usually the biggest crook is the one painted as the new savior. 

You think all the violence in the United States in accidental in a Presidential campaign year?

What if, we all dropped the nonsense and got on to the matters at hand?   WE ALL DID IT.  WE ALL FUCKED UP.  NOW LET'S UNFUCK IT ALL (and my friend Dani put it well...). 

So much has been already cleaned away. But "THEY" won't tell you that. But "THEY" know.

All the "cabal" has left is fear storylines, some really stupid illuminati young thugs spread out across the American Heartland (a policing issue really), a willing and stupid TV news machine, and crisis actors.  They don't even have nukes anymore.  And after this weekend not even their mercenaries will get paid.  And Merc's don't work for free.

Someone posted a comment on one of the blogs after the Paris attacks, wondering why it was they used crisis actors and prepackaged storylines from companies like Stratfor and recently social media like Skype and Facebook to engineer a narrative when real bullets are cheaper ...and ther conclusion was somewhat accurate.  That the controllers know the game is over and they don't want the direct energetic consequences of murder, but chaos and fear doesn't cut it either, and that has its own consequences.

I found this song on my iTunes collection. Not really sure how it got there, perhaps left over from when my daughter used my account.  Its not the first time music has "appeared" on my disk drive. Seemed to fit the moment.



"They Done Wrong / We Done Wrong"
by the White Rabbits

As they done wrong
And we done wrong
Now what makes you so certain all their finger pointing's done
As they don't know
What they been told

They say it best
They're already there
And its not
The way it seems at all

So come on now
Now shake things down tell me how everyone's gone way too soft
Cos they don't know
What it might take

They say it best
They're already there
And its not
The way it seems at all

Everybody stay where you are
Cos they don't know
What they've been told
They say it best
I'm already there
And its not what I thought it would amount to

They ain't calling us now
Now let's just make a time of it
Why you shouldn't tell me now how everyone's gone way too soft

Cos they don't know
What they've been told
They say it best
They're already there
And its not the end of the line for you
I'm already there
When it stops
Like it's supposed to

I'll be coming around
Enough's enough
I just want to get down to it
...

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