10 Reasons to Attend Demos

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[all these points are interdependent]

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1/. Leafleting

A golden opportunity to share the real Truth. Many of the people in these events are engaged people. They are passionate, caring, quite altruistic and not lazy. However, much of the time they do not have a clue of the bigger picture. Most of them are just reacting to what is thrown at them. They are nearly all focused on the problems and haven’t spotted the cause of these varying problems. They just need a nudge over to the bigger picture and become Jew-wise. Even if they recoil at the info and rubbish it due to being politically correct (mind controlled); at least they have been given an opportunity and a seed has been sown at some level.

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2/. Solidarity to the victims

Imagine if you were in a war zone, waiting for the next bomb to hit your meagre dwelling. Yet you knew there were millions out there trying to raise a voice for you. Or conversely, that nobody cared, nobody attended demos on behalf of you. Fortunately the Palestinians are very much aware that millions around the world now care about them, that they do have an external voice, that there is compassion out there. This is their lifeline. This keeps them strong and gives them hope. We have to try and position ourselves in others shoes (who probably don’t have shoes). How would you feel?

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3/. Make a noise

When thousands and especially millions of people attend these demonstrations, this creates an energy. Some would argue that this is exactly what these energy vampires want; that they feed off of our energy. I would agree. Just like their music festivals, and religious festivals – they are energy harvesting. However, on the flip side of that, we as a collective force are putting our energy out there to everyone who interacts with our force. Those working in public transport, passers by, tourists, local councils, police, medical staff, local media, etc. This is all noted, albeit subconscious in many cases. It is still an energy which cannot be ignored. Even if the observers haven’t got a clue about our cause, it will sow a seed at some level. And let them know that this crowd of people are not joining en masse for their self interests (such as a football match), but for selfless reasons. This does make an impact. Even if the ignorant observers engage in only a two minute conversation between themselves about our cause. That is two minutes more than none. We are affecting others, this energy is dispersed out to the sleeping masses.

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4/. Network

To gain an incite into what is going on just by interacting with politically aware people, or those who are relatively awake. To keep up to date of what is going by interacting with real people, beyond a forum debate or blog.

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5/. Personal expression 

Reminding all those you interact with that there are other values in life, beyond self interests and being a money zombie. We can all give a hundred excuses for NOT attending these events. After all it’s a hassle, we all have such busy fulfilled lives and even if we haven’t; it’s effort and finances to get to these demos. But shouldn’t we have inconvenience. Surely that’s what it’s all about. To make the effort, have hassle on behalf of others. And let those around us observe our attitude/outlook too.

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6/. Barometer

Apparently 2 million people marched the streets of London in protest of the Iraqi war. One could argue that this was a waste of time. It wasn’t! It was a social barometer of consciousness, that all those people downed tools for the day, put aside their self interests and made the effort to attend. I often fantasise that something like 20 million people will attend these demos one day. That could never be ignored by the media and social outlets. To me the quantity of people and volume of noise is a spiritual barometer of levels of social consciousness.

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7/. Camaraderie 

Sometimes people accuse demonstrators of just getting involved with these events for selfish reasons. For ego, for socialising, even for entertainment. Well, this can be true in some cases. I don’t necessarily have a problem with this, so long as the intent is of goodness and there is some levels of altruism. If people do care in their heart about the issues and feel compelled to attend these demos/protests, and have some social gain too; then I don’t think this is such a bad thing. Being aware of the Truth and it’s draining energy can be depressing and a lonely life for some people; so to be amongst fellow souls can be uplifting and provide heaps of encouragement. Social interaction with common causes is very natural and nobody should feel guilty about socialising at these events, so long as their intent for the cause is coming from a good place and people’s actions are authentic.

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8/. Reflection

Similar to 5/. Personal expression; but this is more about when you are at the events, or on your way home from such an event – how you view your outlook on this whole agenda. How you view your role in all of this. What are your immediate plans and long term plans for solutions? How do you see the bigger picture? Where is your spiritual position in all this bedlam and chaos? I find demos help me tune into all of this. Just as a quiet walk in nature can do. But sometimes it can take a highly charged event such as a demo to trigger these reflective thoughts. These thoughts are very important to us; especially on a spiritual level – because we are in a spiritual war.

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9/. Personal risk

One of the social diseases that cripples society is ‘comfortableness’. Because most of us at least are semi-comfortable; we don’t bother looking out for otters. I’m all right Jack attitude. In life we not only must endure some levels of risk, but risk on behalf of others. This is the true essence of altruism. By attending demos these days, we know there is an element of potential risk of being arrested, injured, or kettled by the police. And having facial recognition cameras zooming in on us. All of this is not nice. But so what! It is not nice what our brothers and sisters are having to endure under the hard kill of this agenda. Surely we can go through the inconvenience of being arrested, hassled by the traitors in uniforms. That is the least we can do for others. We have to take these risks and accept we are going to have to have hassle on behalf of others if we are to get through this – we just have to.

I know in my heart that this is probably one reason why so many people make their convenient excuses not to attend demos. They just couldn’t deal with the stress and hassle from the authorities. I can understand this; but going to these demos, knowing this potential risk is the right thing to do and actually positive for us individually and collectively. It is a small step in strengthening our character and making a stand, expressing what side of the line you stand on.

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10/. Prosperity

What did I do? This will be the question that either haunts us, or consoles us at some point down the line. Did I do my bit? Did I make the effort to resist, to go out of my way to actively propagate the Truth? Did I really care, or just pretend to care?

Of course just attending demonstrations is no yardstick for how much effort we are making; but it is a part of it. Especially if we go to the effort to prep leaflets for the event, to share the Truth. Whatever shit we are going to face in the future, it will be nothing compared to the angst we will feel knowing that we passively stood by and allowed it all to happen………coz we just couldn’t be bovvered.

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Classic excuses for not attending demos

  • What’s the point, we’re fucked anyway!?
  • It’s all Jew controlled!
  • It’s just that I feel claustrophobic in crowds.
  • I can’t risk getting arrested – because of my job.
  • It won’t change anything!
  • I would do – BUT …………( a plethora of pathetic excuses in order to just engage in their self interests)

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Conclusion

In my experience, in general terms the people who do not attend demos, are apathetic selfish people. They will come up with the most imaginative excuses for not attending; because deep down, they don’t REALLY care about others, they’re just very good at pretending they do, with gushy passionate words in texts and e-mails. Words are cheap. It is in people’s actions that their character can be valued. And it is because of this attituude we are in this mess.

This tyranny is all down to us.

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Summary

1/. Leafleting

2/. Solidarity

3/. Make a noise

4/. Network

5/. Personal expression

6/. Barometer

7/. Camaraderie

8/. Reflection

9/. Personal risk

10/. Prosperity

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Related posts

Comfortable

https://diggerfortruth.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/comfortable/

The Harvesters

https://diggerfortruth.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/the-harvesters/

The Shed

https://diggerfortruth.wordpress.com/2012/12/10/the-shed/

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3 Comments

  1. aj

     /  August 23, 2014

    Amen, Digger. Get a friend and go out on your own with a sign. You’ll be amazed at the ratio of positive to negative responses. Most people realize we’re being screwed. Lots of open ears and willing listeners. You can help them start connecting the dots between the stuff their already aware of and the larger picture.

    Great to see you back and hope you’re well.

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    • Thanks aj.

      There’s an awakening happening. We can all feel it now.

      Great point – thanks for contributing.

      Reply
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