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Delusional Choice, Sheep to the Slaughter! Final Days Report #28

Delusional Choice, Sheep to the Slaughter! Final Days Report #28

Elite Centralize Everything to Control IT

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.” Hosea 4:6

Control Kill Grid Where Everything is Centralized / Illusion of Choice

When you unlock the propaganda, everything is centralized and controlled.  We unlock the disillusion of choice and filtered information that builds our attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.    The control grid of information is within all aspects of your lie.   You really do not have much of a choice.   The truth is suppressed.

Your information is controlled by design.  From an article says it best,   “The illusion of choice is a psychological mental model that states humans are happy if they believe that have control over their own actions and can exercise free will.  If free will is deprived, or seemingly deprived, from an individual, he or she will become resentful or rebellious, even if the choice forced upon him is identical to the one he would have selected of his own accord.”

Food Supply is Dangerously Controlled

The food supply is controlled by a select few manufacturing and retail companies.    Three foodservice distributions have major share of products getting to restaurants.   We know the food supply has been under electronic attack and government policy is creating shortages.  It will get worse so learn how to grow your own food and build your permaculture system.

Information Dissemination is Sanitized

Over 90% of your searches are controlled / filtered by Google and it is hard to find content that used to be readily available.   Have you ever wondered why commercials have a certain theme linked to a global agenda.  Well, advertising agencies are more consolidated than even I knew.   The news is controlled by 6 companies.    A handful of movie companies run all your entertainment and some are owned by China..   You can’t make this up…

Education Curriculum is Centralized

Many colleges have the same Marxist gen education programming curriculum.   SK12 is also controlled.   A great example of this is critical race theory getting into many of the school districts backed by FBI muscle.   Communism and confusion against God’s way.

Solution is to Support Parallel Decentralized Systems

We’ll talk parallel system solutions like permaculture, edible weeds, local currencies, Monaro, and other decentralized ideas.    I suggest you win souls locally and build Christian communities.   And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.  Mathew 24 14

I think this we need fellowship to survive what is coming:

1 John 1:3 That which we have seen and heard declare we unto you, that ye also may have fellowship with us: and truly our fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus Christ.
Ephesians 5:11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.
1 Corinthians 1:9 God is faithful, by whom ye were called unto the fellowship of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

Philippians 1:5 For your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now;

1 John 1:6 If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.

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Look into permaculture to survive this last generation

Permaculture has the potential to contribute to addressing global issues such as famine in several ways:

  1. Sustainable Food Production: Permaculture emphasizes sustainable food production by designing diverse and resilient food systems that reduce reliance on external inputs such as synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. It promotes the use of organic, regenerative, and low-impact farming practices that improve soil health, conserve water, and protect biodiversity. By maximizing the use of available resources, permaculture systems can produce a variety of nutrient-rich foods, reducing the risk of famine caused by food scarcity.
  2. Agroforestry and Food Forests: Permaculture encourages the use of agroforestry practices, which involve integrating trees, shrubs, and other perennial plants into agricultural systems. Agroforestry can help improve soil fertility, increase biodiversity, and provide multiple sources of food, fiber, and fuel. Food forests, a type of agroforestry system, mimic natural forests and can provide a sustainable source of food, including fruits, nuts, and medicinal plants, while requiring less maintenance and resources compared to traditional agriculture.
  3. Water Conservation and Management: Permaculture emphasizes water conservation and management through techniques such as rainwater harvesting, swales, and ponds. These techniques help capture and store water on-site, reducing runoff and increasing water availability for food production. This can be especially important in regions with limited water resources, where effective water management can help mitigate the risk of famine caused by drought or water scarcity.
  4. Biodiversity Conservation: Permaculture promotes biodiversity conservation by creating habitats for beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife, and by preserving native plant species. Biodiversity is essential for ecosystem resilience and can help prevent the spread of pests and diseases in agricultural systems, reducing the risk of crop failures and food shortages.
  5. Community Engagement and Education: Permaculture emphasizes community engagement and education, promoting local participation and knowledge-sharing. It encourages the development of resilient and self-reliant communities that can adapt to changing environmental conditions and food availability. Community-based permaculture initiatives can provide education, training, and resources to empower individuals and communities to take control of their food production, reduce dependency on external sources, and build food security.
  1. Seven Layers of Permaculture: Permaculture often incorporates the concept of seven layers, which refers to the vertical layering of vegetation in a food forest or agroforestry system. These layers typically include a canopy layer (e.g., fruit and nut trees), an understory layer (e.g., shorter trees and shrubs), a herbaceous layer (e.g., herbs, vegetables, and groundcover plants), a root layer (e.g., root vegetables and tubers), a vertical layer (e.g., climbing plants), a fungal layer (e.g., mushrooms and mycorrhizal fungi), and a groundcover layer (e.g., cover crops). This multi-layered approach maximizes the use of vertical space, increases biodiversity, and can significantly boost food production per unit of land area.
  2. High Productivity per Square Foot: Permaculture systems are often designed to maximize productivity per square foot of land. By utilizing vertical layering, intercropping, companion planting, and other permaculture techniques, it is possible to achieve high yields of food in a small amount of space. This can be particularly beneficial in urban areas or regions with limited available land for agriculture, where permaculture can provide an efficient way to produce food in small spaces.   AICB.   Note, I was told in a class that you can feed the world via the State of MO.    This process provides great soil.

We are really controlled with limited Choices.   The phrase “like sheep to the slaughter” is an idiom that is often used to describe a situation where people or individuals seem to be proceeding blindly or without resistance towards a known or imminent danger or harm, similar to how sheep might unknowingly move towards their own slaughter. The concept of “delusion of choice” in this context could be interpreted as a sense of false or illusory perception of having options or choices, while in reality, the outcome is predetermined or inevitable, leading to a sense of being led or guided towards a negative outcome.

For example, in some situations, individuals may feel that they have choices or options, but these choices may be limited or constrained in a way that the ultimate outcome is not truly within their control. It may also refer to situations where individuals may not fully understand the consequences or risks associated with the choices they are making, leading them to proceed without fully considering the potential negative outcomes.

The phrase “delusion of choice is like sheep to the slaughter” could therefore suggest that individuals may be led towards a negative outcome or harm, despite a perceived sense of having choices, due to lack of awareness, information, or control over the situation. It highlights the idea that choices may not always be as free or meaningful as they initially appear, and cautioning against blindly following options or choices without fully understanding the potential consequences.  AIBC

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