“Just like the degree of pain that one experiences with a toothache, determining the degree of action one takes to resolve it – for there to be any degree of social change, with an unstoppable determined revolt against this oppressive system; there has be a real hurting. 

Not just a mild ache with numbed levels of pain; but a definite, present, excruciating pain which must be immediately addressed. So much so that we go out of our way to address it – that absolutely nothing will prevent us from eliminating this level of pain at the root source. 

Only until society collectively reaches that level of hurting and that determined state of mind, will we ever have true social reforms.”

~ Digger

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  1. Agreed. There is no other way to bring people out of their comatose states except to increase their discomfort to the point where they can no longer dull-wittedly participate in the bread and circus paradigm, if that is possible. Maybe it will just end up being a boiled frog scenario – that’s almost about how far we have gone.

  2. There is going to be a third world war with billions of casualties where a massive nuclear exchange will be part of it. Is that pain enough?

    • The Holocaust is a lie… we didn’t go to the moon… and i am also of a mind that nuclear bombs do not exist. That’s not to say they don’t have devastating air fuel bombs, they do. Why would it be necessary to have nuclear bombs when a lie will do just as well? Their stock in trade is lies and illusion and they control through fear… they are criminally insane and psychopathic but they aren’t stupid… they have to live on this planet too:

      • WOW – interesting. After all these string of hoaxes they have recently presented us. We have to acknowledge they do indeed work on fear through perception. Thank you for your wise, and objective thoughts Wanda.

      • Thanks for the link, Wanda. Frank Zappa frequently stated that he didn’t believe there ever would be a nuclear war. With a father heading chemical warfare research, and a father-in-law running nuclear weapons research, maybe he knew more than he was saying.

  3. pg56

     /  May 25, 2014

    Welcome back, digger. I’m not sure exactly what you mean by this post–do you mean the human race must experience severe pain and deprivation before they ever rouse themselves to rebel or that opposing the system will entail present day pain and deprivation which must be endured for the sake of change?

    There are actually several pain-free ways to rebel in the here and now:
    1) STOP VOTING. If the majority of Americans or Britons refused to vote thereby denying the legitimacy of the govt., it would send a strong message. And it’s easy to do.
    2) Take your money out of the big banks and put it in small, local neighborhood banks or credit unions.
    3) do not shop at Jew owned stores unless you absolutely cannot avoid it.
    4) Cultivate Kindness towards your Gentile neighbors, friends, family, strangers. We live in a world where govts. encourage, groom, and promote the sadistic personality to the point where only sadists may someday populate the earth as all the good people die off. Keep kindness alive.

    Perhaps your readers can add to this list and we can have a real plan of action in place.

    • Thank you pg,

      Indeed I do mean we must suffer before people pull their finger out. Agree with all on that list. Have posted a wee quote on voting just now.

      Thanks for contributing.

    • The point is that people have fallen to such a state of inaction that they are incapable of realizing change in their lives. “When people are in a state of cognitive dissonance, that is, when their beliefs or values don’t match up with their behaviour or experiences, they will adjust those beliefs or values, or even adjust their perception of reality, in order to achieve consonance… people will ACTIVELY AVOID situations or information that might challenge those beliefs and values in order to avoid dissonance.” How does one break people free of these bonds?

      • Thank you MB,

        Beautifully expressed.

        Thank you for contributing.

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