In November 1976 during President-elect Jimmy Carter's intelligence briefing provided by the CIA he allegedly asked: "I want to have the information that we have on UFOs and extraterrestrial intelligence. I want to know about this as President."
According to Marcia Smith, (then Director of the Science and Technology Division of the Library of Congress' Congressional Research Service), George Bush Snr, (then Director of the CIA) said: "No . . . that he wasn’t going to give this to him . . . that this was information that existed on a need to know basis only. Simple curiosity on the part of the President wasn’t adequate."
People hope that if we just get the right person in charge then things will turn around. But our idea of who is in charge is completely different to who is actually in charge. Intelligent, visionary, good-hearted men and women have seemingly been 'in charge' but ultimately have only been able to go so far.
This doesn't mean we stop trying to get people with integrity into positions of leadership. But we have to know that this is one side of a double-sided record. On the other side are all the forces at work doing everything possible to stop that person from actioning the will of the people.
Meanwhile the will of the people is at boiling-point, syncing nicely with the awakening to both the corruption in the world and our own inner power to opt out, to call bullshit, to share truth and refuse to be puppets on a string anymore.
Reading official stories on things, or watching things like the election play out, it reminds me of that scene in Seinfeld when Elaine broke the news to Jerry that she had faked every orgasm.
J: "What about the breathing, the moaning, the panting, the screaming?"
E: "Fake! Fake! Fake! Fake!"
Seeing this fakery is a piece of the puzzle, revealing the big picture of our right to truth, freedom and power over our lives.
(c) Dana Mrkich 2016
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