Icke on leaving the matrix

Most people consider him to be way out there.   But from an information/metaphorical perspective he makes a hell of a lot of sense.   When he speaks of reptilian aliens for instance, I think of the human reptilian (fear/survival based) brain and its alienation from its own substrate, which is the physiological manifestation of love.   But who knows?   Awareness of ignorance is the first step to knowledge.  In any case, I suspect even reptiles think at a higher level than the human drones which service the machinery of power.   It takes a lot of brainwashing to entrap any creature in an internalized skinner box.

One thing I’d like him to point out is that the fear which entraps the enforcers of the matrix in their policing and military roles exists because they see no alternative options for physical survival.   They have families, children etc who depend on them for food and shelter, and they see the consequences of being on the “outside” in the slums of mexico city and the mass graves in guatemala.   The system monopolizes all perceived options and so they see no alternatives.   That’s why it functions as a “matrix”, it seems to represent all possibilities, especially all economic possibilities.

This perception is enforced via laws which purport to protect the peasants from each other.  Open a lemonade stand or deliver fresh (i.e. raw) milk to your neighbor and you’re an instant criminal ( http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/07/trojan-horse-the-war-on-raw-milk/ ) because of the remote possibility of contamination.   Smoke a joint and they throw you in prison “for your own good” or for the sake of “the greater good”.   Much better to eat GMO and pesticides and psych drugs along with the rest of the herd so you can be ensured of a slow, productive and profitable death instead of the  remote possibility of an enriched and happy life being prematurely terminated despite the best efforts of people who actually care about whether you live or die.

But suppose it was “legal” to sell milk to your neighbor or open a lemonade stand or build shelters without govt/bankster meddling and skimming.   Such anarchy would naturally lead to autonomous, self-reinforcing and resilient economic flows distributed throughout the countryside.   Imagine that.  An economic alternative to mass suicide which is actually more resilient and dependable than anything under centralized control.   How could armies function in such an environment?  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/06/the-real-enemy-you/

How is it possible that in a purportedly free society, it’s illegal to sell lemonade in the street?   Obviously the kids are the real revolutionaries and always have been.   That’s why the system tortures and traumatizes them at birth, to entrap them in fear before they can even love.  http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/02/the-war-on-empathy-love-and-family/

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