Stop, Drop and Roll

Our time is rapidly drawing to a close.

I woke up this morning thinking about all the crazy events that have already happened from the past year, which invariably led me to reflect on how crazy life has been for the past few years.

I’m not sad or angry about anything in particular, just contemplative. A momentary state of clarity, if you will. The more I think about it, the more certain I become.

The path we’re all mindlessly footing ourselves along wasn’t just born yesterday or last March.

It started a long, long time ago and for the most part, we’re already approaching the paths end.

Spoiler Alert: there’s a cliff at the end for most of us.

Now I know it might seem like censorship, mask wearing, distancing and scary viruses are all new things, but I’m here to tell you they’re not. What we’re experiencing is called a takeover, a shift into communist slavery.

It’s nothing new.

‘Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by the rejection of political plurality, the use of a strong central power to preserve the political status quo, and reductions in the rule of law, separation of powers, and democratic voting.’ -Wikipedia

Tyranny and Authoritarianism have been around for a long time.

Probably since caveman time.

If you watch the main stream news at all, you’re probably in a constant state of panic.

The game is played by jumping you from one event to another, never giving you enough time to contemplate what you’ve been told. You get just enough time to be outraged, then you’re pulled into to the next.

It’s a common form of brainwashing, and apparently, very effective.

A lot of people are caught in this trap and unfortunately, once they hook you, it’s incredibly hard to get free again.

I know first-hand. Took me all year to disconnect, to get completely away from all the rhetoric and mind control.

You can too, but it means turning your tv off, putting your smart phone or tablet down and stop spending all your time on social media (at least the bad ones; Twitter, FB, Instagram and YouTube).

You have to roll yourself away from them.

It goes something like this:

Stop watching and believing the news, all the hype.

Drop all your major social media sites, limiting your smart phone usage.

Roll away from all the mind control garbage.

I get it, that’s an impossible thing for most people to do, right?

It’s a tough time to live through but the world is actually still out there, you’ve just been disconnected from it.

You’ve been drawn into a fake, electronic world in order to be enslaved.. but you can break of it.

I did.

Good luck, and have a great day!

-I am Crandew

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About Crandew

Observations and situations, a blog with a unique take on life and how we all choose to live it. Get ready to see the world in a whole new way!
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7 Responses to Stop, Drop and Roll

  1. Seoul Sister says:

    I think we’ve at critical mass, change is inevitable. Change I think from the corruption is a possibility, that my hope.💖

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  2. DiosRaw says:

    What a greatly articulated post. Reblogged on DiosRaw.com. Could you elaborate on the cliff edge? You mean we are doomed..? ❤

    Liked by 1 person

    • Crandew says:

      Thanks! The cliff at the end of road is symbolically the end of our freedom, but it can also mean that ‘we all die’, which is just a natural part of life. I kind of like it being ambiguous and that there’s more than just one meaning to that sentence. I don’t think we’re all doomed.. but we might be running out of time to wake up, to change things. Thanks for re-blogging!

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