Sunday, October 20, 2013

Read my mind

How do I come to the conclusions I do, as I am sometimes asked, and here are some of the answers. It is a combination of intuition and knowledge, and seeing that information follow what my intuition told me beforehand and confirm it (which it usually does), both tells me how strong and accurate intuition is, and how we need to accept both our own and other people's, as tuning in to feel something which is wrong often comes along long before we have actual material to prove it. Politicians are a well known and good example we can all relate to, and good vehicles to demonstrate it on.

I picked up bad vibes, so bad you could almost see into the dimensions of hell, from Barack Obama, Julia Gillard and Ed Miliband. They are not the same, as all unique individuals, but all filtering the same frequencies out at the other end which in the case of Julia Gillard were actually so strong as to cost her her career. Cats are another example, they don't have any information besides their intuition, yet will accurately pick and choose which visitors or family members to avoid, and which neighbours to visit, sometimes to the extent of leaving home altogether as even when they are still being fed and looked after they don't like you or like someone else better. They know, but they certainly don't understand. This is the mechanism I hook into and want everyone to and to expand, as it is universal but because our education (or un-education in this case) tells us we need actual evidence before we come to a conclusion. But this is a form of evidence simply not recognised by scientific rules and regulations, like so many others.

Nowadays it is also a test to me as well as a protection mechanism, as I tune into the big guys and am rarely wrong after deciding on their vibes, right, wrong, or in the case of someone like David Cameron a combination of both. Julia Gillard, assuming you are familiar with her, is probably the loudest and clearest recent example. Not a single redeeming feature. She was loud, brash, confrontational, spent her speeches personally attacking opposition members and worst of all (like Ken Livingstone and Barack Obama before her) a proven liar. I know most of them do it, but in combination with her abrasive personality, and obsession with misandry from her down the line 70s feminist agenda made her the most obnoxious and least appealing world leader from genuinely compiled election results. I think she's influenced by the New World Order rather than entirely led by it like so many others, as she's too hot headed to be told exactly what to do by anyone if it means giving up her own agenda, but as so much coincided with the NWO anyway she was certainly good to go. But her actual personality led her to fall, as they say, you can and almost guaranteed will be a psychopath at the top, but not if you let it show too much.

Holding Gillard out as the clearest example for most, Ken Livingstone could be seen as one of the same bunch but pre-NWO days, screwing up London entirely on his own will rather than needing to be told. He explained he could lie as he was allowed to, something evil people do, devoid of civil or religious sanctions if there is no penalty for lying he will lie. So saying he would not raise the price or extent of the congestion charge, before doing both, and then saying anyone who got rid of the Routemaster bus was an idiot, and then wiped them out within a few years, was because the system allowed him to change his mind. Moral people would not cheat because they couldn't get into trouble for it because they were brought up properly, but of course many others will take advantage of any liberty to choose between right and wrong as the only penalty they will suffer is a blot on their character. The bible has plenty of good material in it outside the religous guff, and temptation is a biggie. You may be offered untold riches of all sorts, but although you may not suffer directly in this life you've sold your soul to the devil. Ken will now go through the remainder of his life as someone who could have done the right thing but because he was free to choose with no known penalty he chose wrong.

Try it yourself with a public figure you know well. Tune in and simply feel what you get back. I do with Obama and I get a corpse. It's dead, nothing, empty. He repeats what is put in his head and probably doesn't even need to process it. No life, no heart. Get a soulless robot who appears human but is an empty machine to carry out a job with no conscience, thought or question. It's like the real Obama is at home retired playing with his family while the empty clone runs the world. Whether the evil is put in from outside or present is immaterial if the results are carried out regardless of the details. And then my favourite target, extensively covered and possibly even exhausted, Ed Miliband. Like Gillard most people can naturally feel the weakness and inadequacy of every single aspect of the man, besides his ability to cast cheap insults. His actions however are quite the opposite, having been the man to set the fire and then offer to put it out in exchange for the power to do so, like the very cream of psychopaths. How many films have you seen where the hero who rescues the children from the burning building turn out in the end to be the ones who set the fire for the glory, hoping they would never be discovered? But due to his inherent inadequacy, Miliband goes ahead and raises energy prices ad infinitum with his Climate Change Act in 2008, watches as they shoot sky high, and when they reach a point where even the socialist green lobby are aware they have been caused by his policies offers to keep the price down for 20 months if he gets in next time. That's like saying we've demolished your house but will do the decorating cheap when you rebuild it. Thanks a fucking lot Ed, and piss off back to the shadows of politics where you came from.

The major observation here is they don't always do it in the shadows where you have to go back afterwards with a team of dogs and torches to work out what they've done (as in Gillard's current investigation for money laundering and related fraud), but they are so twisted they do it naturally in the open as well. He's far from the first or the last, just the most recent and best example of it, clearly totally in harmony with his entire raison d'etre. He is a demolition man, he does not build, but destroys whatever someone else has done in order to offer to fix it cheap. That is the parasitic bottom feeding scum we get in politics, but in his case even I am totally doubtful anyone would dream of electing him leader and very much doubt he will be there in the position to do so at the next election, as just like Gillard his party can also sense a walking liability and will drop him just in time for the new campaign. David Cameron proves you can sense all the range of the spectrum as well as the dirty bottom. He seems a decent naive solid type, too trusting of the enemy (in the shape of the EU and those like them), but was one of the only leaders to ever veto an EU ruling over a major issue. He didn't have to and no one would have been upset in his party if he hadn't, but unlike Ken Livingstone, he did the right thing regardless of the fact he didn't need to. They are given tests and they pass or fail, but I believe most would be unable to do either at all were it not in their nature, once you know which tests really count as important indicators of them. A normal decent person doesn't promise not to carry out a certain move and do it at all, let alone gloat about it afterwards as Ken makes an entire (ex) career out of. Decent people anywhere in life don't do that, but when a politician does it it's the difference between throwing a stone and dropping a bomb with the damage they cause.

Once you get the hang of it it's second nature. You can't convince other people of your intuition as it's as personal as your other feelings, but this one can be shared by anyone tuned in as you are. You can run tests with photos of strangers and those able to do so will nearly always feel the same things, it's not magic, it's nature.

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