November the 11th marks Remembrance Day, but to us, the families of the fallen, every day is Remembrance Day.
Each day we struggle to cope with our grief and loss – two things that we would never wish upon another. And we try to find meaning… to make sense of it all.
We question what we believe – what we have been told – and seek out new information. In the process, we discover lesser known truths – truths we wish more of you knew and understood.
And so, on this special day, I ask you to please open your eyes to the truth – if you haven’t done so already.
It has been said that in the age of information, ignorance is a choice. Unfortunately, it seems that too many still choose to remain ignorant and that future generations will surely suffer as a result.
So I urge you now to please wake up. Look beyond the lies, the manipulation and propaganda and try and understand that wars don’t just happen and that ‘bad guys’ don’t suddenly appear from nowhere. They are both planned and created by the same people who want you to give your children to fight them. But these aren’t people (and I mean that in the most literal sense). Sure, they have people helping them out, but the true source of this evil is non-human.
Humans have endlessly slaughtered each other, while the real enemy provokes violence and counts its winnings from the shadows.
So, it’s time to wake up dear friends and face the real threat and challenge (And just to be clear: it’s not what you see in the news).
Knowledge is power, so educating yourself is the first step. Please look around you with an open mind and learn to question what you see.
And then… stop feeding the machine!
You can’t fight the system because it is geared up for just that. But you can starve it through peaceful non-cooperation. It needs you to believe its lies; it needs you to do its bidding, and it needs your children to feed and perpetuate it.
It may seem mighty, but it is powerless without you!!
And so I ask you, most respectfully: do not give your hard-earned money, your time, your energy, and most of all, your precious children, to this evil machine.
We may not be dealing with humans, but let us remember that we are just that – humans. So let us be kind to one another, for that is the very antidote to their poison.
What we call evil cannot exist or survive when humans remember their humanity.
And on this day of remembrance, let us remember that the best way to honour the dead is to stop creating more of them.
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