Closer to the Truth

This week’s podcast is about the unpalatable truths we can face along the path of awakening. Whether they are truths about how we have been living our lives, or truths concerning the outer world, confronting them can cause us pain.

When paradigms shift, as we are experiencing now, the collective can fall into denial or ridicule as a way to cope with what is being revealed; but awakening is a 360 degree endeavour. It requires us to experience the good, the bad and the ugly of our world. The truth will always set us free.

I talk this week about those who have sacrificed their lives and freedom to bring us the truth and why it is important to remember them. I talk about various aspects of who many call “The Cabal”, more often referred to as “They” or “The Elite”, so we can start to understand more about how the world really works and detach from the illusion fed to us through the media.

Fear and manipulation only control us if we buy into it. So free yourself by detaching from the repetitive drama and focus on some of the more positive initiatives and ideas being brought out into the open.

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2. The War You Don’t See is a powerful and timely investigation into the media’s role in war. As weapons and propaganda become even more sophisticated, the nature of war is developing into an ‘electronic battlefield’ in which journalists play a key role, and civilians are the victims.

5. No Logo In the last decade, No Logo has become a cultural manifesto for the critics of unfettered capitalism worldwide. As the world faces a second economic depression, No Logo’s analysis of our corporate and branded world is as timely and powerful as ever.

6. Snowden (film) the incredible untold personal story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world

7. United States of Secrets (Part 1) PBS Documentary on NSA spying activities pre and post Snowden.

11. The Economics of Happiness features a chorus of voices from six continents calling for systemic economic change. Communities are coming together to re-build more human scale, ecological economies based on a new paradigm – an economics of localization. (A full version is also available)

17. Zero (9-11) has one central thesis: the official version of the events surrounding 9/11 can not be true. This documentary explores the latest evidence and witness testimonies.  It explores the latest scientific evidence and reveals dramatic new witness testimony, which directly conflicts with the US Government’s account.

22. Hypernormalisation is Adam Curtis’ latest documentary film for the BBC released on Oct. 16, 2016. In the film Curtis argues that since the 1970s, governments, financiers, and technological utopians have given up on the complex “real world” and instead built a simple “fake world” that is run by corporations and kept stable by politicians.

23. Paradise or Oblivion: This video presentation advocates a new socio-economic system, which is updated to present-day knowledge, featuring the life-long work of Social Engineer, Futurist, Inventor and Industrial Designer Jacque Fresco, which he calls a Resource-Based Economy. This documentary details the root causes of the systemic value disorders and detrimental symptoms caused by our current established system.

Additional Videos

33. Freedom Next Time – (Media Bias talk) John Pilger

34. Secrets of The CIA (Doco) – James L Otis

36. John Perkins on Secret Empires

37. Financial Trader on Benefit of Collapsing Markets: Goldman Sachs Rules the World (BBC)

40. Keiser Report – Oligarchic America

65. Military Industrial Complex & Eisenhower’s Warning (Doco)

Here’s a song that ties in really well with the podcast with a message of truth, connection and empowerment for the future. Give it a listen to brighten your day.

“Closer” by The James L’Estraunge Orchestra.

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