“Paranoia used to be considered a form of mental illness: today it is regarded as just another ideology.”
Special Report from Sister Ciara
For over 50 years, I’ve extensively researched thousands of human societies throughout the world, with all them having one single connection throughout all time—people agreeing to live with each other based upon a set of mutually accepted norms, that are called “laws”.
Law is a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior, and from our most ancient times when small groups of nomadic peoples roamed the vastness of our Earth, to today’s gargantuan nation states having populations in the hundreds-of-millions and billions, all were made possible by people agreeing with each other in how they would live with each other.
From the most open and free societies one can imagine, to the cruelest and most despotic regimes the human mind could conceive, all have been governed by laws—some being secular in nature (denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis), with others being based upon religious beliefs.
And in all of recorded history, the laws people choose to live by, or were forced to adhere to, were known by everyone who lived under them—except for today!
The reason this is so is because the United States, barely a month ago, became the first society in all of recorded human history to outlaw its citizens from knowing the laws they live under!
You haven’t heard about this because while it’s simple to understand, its complexity has been lost on both the citizens of America and, most importantly, its mainstream propaganda media—all of whom, scientists have recently reported, now have a shorter attention span than a goldfish…
(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The following article originally appeared on the World Economic Forum. It is a call for a basic income for humanity, something that some consider a viable option to address the financial hardships felt by so many in the modern world. While meeting the basic needs of our human family members should be something we work together for, if the proposal isn’t fair and honest, it likely won’t work. Moreover, if the basic income is provided by a clandestine agency, such as a central bank that uses the government as a distribution entity, then what is demanded of the people to receive this money? In other words, the issuance of a basic income could make the people even more dependent on their plutocratic overlords than ever before—clearly not a beneficial situation..
‘Up until now, the concept of Basic Income (BI) has enjoyed a greater history of being proposed than of being implemented. We may well be approaching a period, however, when this changes. The Ontario Government is holding consultations on setting up a BI pilot project. The Legislature in another Canadian Province, Prince Edward Island, has…
‘Elon Musk has said a universal income will eventually need to be adopted as human workers are replaced by robots. “I think there’s a pretty good chance we end up with a universal basic income, or something like that, due to automation,” the founder of Tesla and SpaceX said in an interview with CNBC. “I’m…
via Elon Musk says people should receive a universal income once robots take their jobs: ‘People will have time to do other things, more complex things, more interesting things’ — David Icke latest headlines
Sunday, September 4, 2016
Here is the August monthly update Cobra interview by Prepare for Change. The transcript and the audio version are available here:
You can submit your questions to http://prepareforchange.net/cobra-questions/ and many of them will be answered in the next monthly update interview.
Answered questions from past interviews are nicely gathered here:
Victory of the Light!
SAT, 9/3/2016 BY PAUL BUCHHEIT
We’ll have to do something drastically different to employ people in the future. Our jobs are disappearing. The driverless vehicle is here, destined to eliminate millions of transport and taxi-driving positions. Car manufacturing is being done by 3-D printing. An entire building was erected in Dubai with a 3-D printer. Restaurants are being designed with no waitstaff or busboys, hotels with no desk clerks, bellhops, and porters. Robot teachers are interacting with students in Japan and the U.K.
There are plenty of naysayers and skeptics, of course. The Atlantic proclaimed, “The job market defied doomsayers in those earlier times, and according to the most frequently reported jobs numbers, it has so far done the same in our own time.” But this is a different time, with no guarantees of job revolutions, and in fact a time of unprecedented machine intelligence that threatens the livelihoods even of doctors, teachers, accountants, architects, the clergy, consultants, and lawyers.