But you don’t know what it is
Do you, Mister Jones? ~ Bob Dylan
What if we were to take a step back from the drone of constant chatter, clear the mind and observe the world around us as objectively as say, a scientist examining any set of data? I have two simple questions: Do we possess the courage to accept the results of our research? Are we prepared for the world our research reveals?
I have spent the past twenty years of my life in the profession of helping people to prepare. After twenty years in a tremendous industry with amazing tools, educational resources and the awesome reach of the internet…I am sorry to report that the majority of people are NOT prepared.
The most basic element of self-defense which is taught in most every form of the Martial Arts is the T-Stance. It is the position we assume when we sense any threat of physical attack. It is the body’s first “foundational” form of preparation. The beauty of assuming the T-stance is its subtlety. I could do so right in front of you without you noticing, and yet prior to my T-stance you might have pushed me to the ground with one finger…and now it would take all of your might IF you were strong enough to do so at all.
This scientific experiment is not for my friends in the choir who’ve already mastered the song of preparation. And it’s not for those too heavily invested in their wants. This is for all us Joneses out there with good hearts and little Joneses to look after. I would highly encourage all readers to blast this out to very loving Jones you know! Here lies a Petri dish of our world. It contains not one, not two, but three cultures for us to examine and discuss on the other side~
1) I spoke to a good friend back in August. She lives in Virginia (FEMA Region 3). She is retired Navy w/classified clearance. She told me about this very bizarre Region 3 Alert around an “event” which was to have occurred this past October.
2) World Bank Whistle-blower Karen Hudes mentions a “False Flag” nuclear attack that was planned at this time and thwarted by high ranking military officers who fell on their own swords and detonated hundreds of miles off the coast of the Carolinas instead…and then, as we all know, were summarily sacked by Obama.
3) Then I read this corroborating story… http://planet.infowars.com/activism/ex-cia-agent-obama-planned-massive-false-flag-attack-on-america
The first thing we notice is how these reports evolve from a pretty rational assessment of the financial world, to the disturbing assessment of who we have become as a society to the most sinister perversion of military power imaginable. Could you or I ever fathom #3 on its own merit? Probably not. But the degree of immorality it takes to open the gates to #1 and #2 leaves the possibility of #3 wide open! And I can tell you as a risk-management professional that possibility is exactly what we need to be prepared for. In fact there are three separate possible threats revealed above; financial collapse, social unrest…and Armageddon. As crazy as they all sound, the reality is that we are living in a world that is inviting their possibility more and more each day.
I propose that we prepare ourselves in the following way. Since most of us are relying on earned income from employers in a world that does not want us to see the funny little wizard behind the curtain, we need to adapt to this accordingly. Think of the graceful swan on the tranquil pond. On the surface we are gliding along like the good little swans they want us to be. But under the surface we are paddling our little hearts out to prepare, protect and preserve that which we love most! Think T-Stance! 😉