Have you ever listened to George Orwells “The Animal Farm”
The book tells the story of a group of farm animals who rebel against their human farmer, hoping to create a society where the animals can be equal, free, and happy. Ultimately, the rebellion is betrayed, and the farm ends up in a state as bad as it was before, under the dictatorship of a pig named Napoleon.
I HAVE A DREAM..
Old Major , a prize-winning boar, gathers the animals of the Manor Farm for a meeting in the big barn. He tells them of a dream he has had in which all animals live together with no human beings to oppress or control them. He tells the animals that they must work toward such a paradise and teaches them a song called “Beasts of England,” in which his dream vision is lyrically described. The animals greet Major’s vision with great enthusiasm.
When he dies only three nights after the meeting, three younger pigs—Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer —formulate his main principles into a philosophy called Animalism. Late one night, the animals manage to defeat the farmer Mr. Jones in a battle, running him off the land. They rename the property Animal Farm and dedicate themselves to achieving Major’s dream. The cart-horse Boxer devotes himself to the cause with particular zeal, committing his great strength to the prosperity of the farm and adopting as a personal maxim the affirmation “I will work harder.”
ABUNDANCE TOGETHER, INITIALLY
At first, Animal Farm prospers. Snowball works at teaching the animals to read, and Napoleon takes a group of young puppies to educate them in the principles of Animalism. When Mr. Jones reappears to take back his farm, the animals defeat him again, in what comes to be known as the Battle of the Cowshed, and take the farmer’s abandoned gun as a token of their victory.
As time passes, however, Napoleon and Snowball increasingly quibble over the future of the farm, and they begin to struggle with each other for power and influence among the other animals. Snowball concocts a scheme to build an electricity-generating windmill, but Napoleon solidly opposes the plan. At the meeting to vote on whether to take up the project, Snowball gives a passionate speech. Although Napoleon gives only a brief retort, he then makes a strange noise, and nine attack dogs—the puppies that Napoleon had confiscated in order to “educate”—burst into the barn and chase Snowball from the farm. Napoleon assumes leadership of Animal Farm and declares that there will be no more meetings. From that point on, he asserts, the pigs alone will make all of the decisions—for the good of every animal.
THE CHANGE OF MIND
Napoleon now quickly changes his mind about the windmill, and the animals, especially Boxer, devote their efforts to completing it. One day, after a storm, the animals find the windmill toppled. The human farmers in the area declare smugly that the animals made the walls too thin, but Napoleon claims that Snowball returned to the farm to sabotage the windmill. He stages a great purge, during which various animals who have allegedly participated in Snowball’s great conspiracy—meaning any animal who opposes Napoleon’s uncontested leadership (TYRANT)—meet instant death at the teeth of the attack dogs.
Sound familiar? Fines, imprisonment, censorship, loss of licence, jail?
With his leadership unquestioned (Boxer has taken up a second maxim, “Napoleon is always right”), Napoleon begins expanding his powers, rewriting history to make Snowball a villain.
Sound familiar? Was it the Vietnam war or the American war? I guess it depends on who is telling the story. In Vietnam they tell a story of being invaded in an unprovoked attack, where agent orange was used on their children. In US history, it was defending the righteousness of another agenda.
Napoleon also begins to act more and more like a human being—sleeping in a bed, drinking whisky, and engaging in trade with neighboring farmers. The original Animalist principles strictly forbade such activities, but Squealer, Napoleon’s propagandist, justifies every action to the other animals, convincing them that Napoleon is a great leader and is making things better for everyone—despite the fact that the common animals are cold, hungry, and overworked.
Sound Familiar? Who do you know that started with good intentions and heart but was soon corrupted by money, power, and greed? Whose actions do not watch their words? It is said that money is not the issue. Money simply amplifies what is already there. Wounded children, insecure people, lacking meaning.. Seeking money, power, and control to fill internal voids in their own life narrative. If you win at the expense of others, you will always lose. A peaceful night's sleep, says how your heart lays when no one is around.
"THE CRISIS & POLARISATION"
Mr. Frederick, a neighboring farmer, cheats Napoleon in the purchase of some timber and then attacks the farm and dynamites the windmill, which had been rebuilt at great expense. After the demolition of the windmill, a pitched battle ensues, during which Boxer receives major wounds. The animals rout the farmers, but Boxer’s injuries weaken him. When he later falls while working on the windmill, he senses that his time has nearly come.
One day, Boxer is nowhere to be found. According to Squealer, Boxer has died in peace after having been taken to the hospital, praising the Rebellion with his last breath. In actuality, Napoleon has sold his most loyal and long-suffering worker to a glue maker in order to get money for whisky.
Sound Familiar? Where are you seeing lies, deception, misinformation and censorship in your world?
A BAD SYSTEM, BEATS A GOOD ANIMAL IN THE END
Years pass on Animal Farm, and the pigs become more and more like human beings—walking upright, carrying whips, and wearing clothes. Eventually, the seven principles of Animalism, known as the Seven Commandments and inscribed on the side of the barn, become reduced to a single principle reading
- Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
- Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
- No animal shall wear clothes.
- No animal shall sleep in a bed.
- No animal shall drink alcohol.
- No animal shall kill any other animal.
- All animals are equal.
In the end......
“all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”
Sound Familiar? Where do you see 80% of the world living on less than $10 a day, whilst the 1% gathers more resources and assets in the pandemonium. Where do you see 1 billion people go to bed hungry tonight, whilst 40% of food is wasted somewhere else?
Napoleon entertains a human farmer named Mr. Pilkington at a dinner and declares his intent to ally himself with the human farmers against the laboring classes of both the human and animal communities.
THE CYCLE CONTINUES WITH DIFFERENT FACES AND NAMES
He also changes the name of Animal Farm back to the Manor Farm, claiming that this title is the “correct” one. Looking in at the party of elites through the farmhouse window, the common animals can no longer tell which are the pigs and which are the human beings.
HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO TODAY?
“Man is the only animal that consumes without regenerating or producing”
“Man serves the interest of no creature, except themselves”
The war we fight is within ourselves, it is apathy and the illusion of separation. The ability to succeed at the expense of another's pain. That is not my definition of success, nor should it be anyone's.
Let's Explore other human commandments throughout history from different geographical, social, cultural and historical standpoints. Comment below if you can draw any parallels to the animal farm commandments.
WHAT ABOUT THE PROTESTANT 10 COMMANDMENTS?
- You shall have no other gods but me.
- You shall not make unto you any graven images
- You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain
- You shall remember the Sabbath and keep it holy
- Honor your mother and father
- You shall not murder
- You shall not commit adultery
- You shall not steal
- You shall not bear false witness
- You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor
WHAT ABOUT THE Catholic Ten Commandments?
- I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.
- You shall not take the name of the Lord God in vain
- Remember to keep holy the Lord's Day
- Honor your father and your mother
- You shall not kill
- You shall not commit adultery
- You shall not steal
- You shall not bear false witness
- You shall not covet your neighbor's wife
- You shall not covet your neighbor's goods
WHAT ABOUT THE QURAN COMMANDMENTS?
Confirmation in the Quran (Chapter: Verse)
- Thou shall not take any God except one God. "There is no other god beside GOD," (47:19)
- Thou shall make no image of God - There is nothing that equals (like) Him. (42:11) "My Lord, make this a peaceful land, and protect me and my children from worshiping idols. (14:35)
- Thou shall not use God's name in vain - Do not subject GOD's name to your casual swearing, that you may appear righteous, pious, or to attain credibility among the people. (2:224)
- Thou shall honor thy mother and father - and your parents shall be honored. As long as one or both of them live, you shall never say to them, "Uff" (the slightest gesture of annoyance), nor shall you shout at them; you shall treat them amicably. (17:23)
- Thou shall not steal - The thief, male or female, you shall mark their hands as a punishment for their crime, and to serve as an example from GOD. GOD is Almighty, Most Wise. (5:38 - 39)
- Thou shall not lie or give false testimony - incur GOD's condemnation upon him, if he was lying. (24:7) Do not withhold any testimony by concealing what you had witnessed. Anyone who withholds a testimony is sinful at heart. (2:283)
- Thou shall not kill - anyone who murders any person who had not committed murder or horrendous crimes, it shall be as if he murdered all the people. (5:32)
- Thou shall not commit adultery - You shall not commit adultery; it is a gross sin, and an evil behavior. (17:32)
- Thou shall not covet thy neighbors wife or possessions - You shall regard the parents, the relatives, the orphans, the poor, the related neighbor, the unrelated neighbor, the close associate, the traveling alien, and your servants. (4:36)
- Thou shall keep the Sabbath holy. The Sabbath was relinquished with the revelation of the Quran.
WHAT ABOUT BUDDHISM PATHWAYS?
All beings experience pain and misery (dukkha) during their lifetime:
“Birth is pain, old age is pain, sickness is pain, death is pain; sorrow, grief, sorrow, grief, and anxiety is pain. Contact with the unpleasant is pain. Separating from the pleasant is pain. Not getting what one wants is pain. In short, the five assemblies of mind and matter that are subject to attachment are pain“.
- The origin (samudaya) of pain and misery is due to a specific cause:“It is the desire that leads to rebirth, accompanied by pleasure and passion, seeking pleasure here and there; that is, the desire for pleasures, the desire for existence, the desire for non-existence“.
- The cessation (nirodha) of pain and misery can be achieved as follows:“With the complete non-passion and cessation of this very desire, with its abandonment and renunciation, with its liberation and detachment from it“.
- The method we must follow to stop pain and misery is that of the Noble Eightfold Path.
The Noble Eightfold Path
This path enables us to overcome our “I”, feel greater harmony with the world around us and eventually eliminate the pain we often experience. In this path, the Wheel, symbol of Dhamma, is presented with eight rays depicting the following eight principles:
- Right View
- Right Thought
- Right Speech
- Right Action
- Right Livelihood
- Right Effort
- Right Mindfulness
- Right Concentration
Right View is the first and most important step on the path because we must first understand the truth of the Four Noble Truths in order to begin our journey.
WHAT IS COMMON AMONGST THEM ALL?
Notice the 7 commandments from the animal farm and compare them with the 10 commandments of Catholicism, the Quran and even the buddhist philosophies. What do you see?
They all agree on Golden RULE: Treat others (including nature) in a manner in which we could only hope to be treated ourselves. Yet, today, we do not embody this message. But, why?
4 STEPS OF IDEOLOGICAL SUBVERSION
Have we been indirectly brainwashed?
You might recall, naz-i, commun-ist or other events in history like 9-11. Was there a common pattern to them all and what was the end result.
- Demoralization. For this step in the process, 15 – 20 years are needed. That is the amount of time required to educate a generation. Helping along the way are media and teachers who have become sympathetic (consciously or unconsciously) to the theoretical causes of the subverting nation. Bezmenov claims that the USSR was surprised at how easy this phase was in the US.
- Destabilization. Following the earlier phase, this is a two to five-year period to change the target country’s foreign relations, defense, and economy.
- Crisis. Perhaps six weeks of chaos is a climactic turning point.
- Normalization. This stage changes the appreciation of what the status quo looks like. Bezmenov’s description of this phase also includes a military takeover.
History has shown us common patterns.
Leading up to 2019, we were left feeling like anything was possible. Remember the news year's resolution of the "2020 vision", the year where anything is possible. Even though we were living in increasing amounts of debt since the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Where people had to sell their homes and 40 years of superannuation disappeared in a few weeks as if it was never there.
- Demoralization - started with the 2008 financial crisis
- Destabilization - The narrative of separation started. People started selling us a problem for a future solution they would provide. Remember Bill's 2016 ted x talk on an impending pandemic. This coming from a guy who probably created computer viruses to sell anti-virus software.
- Crisis - The "pandemonia". Remember the videos we saw out of china, where people were dropping dead in the street. Something that i'm pretty sure no one has seen over the last. 2 years in their own lives. Yet like a plane crashing into a building, it became the "crisis point" from which the narrative could be built. To justify future actions
- Normalization - Have you noticed the narrative of the "the great reset", the "new normal"... It is almost too obvious to be believed. Meanwhile, over 80% of the world's population has returned home to their countries after years of freedom. Resources and stocks have been taken for over 2 years in every country. Everyone will be released from their isolated homes (cages) with QR codes and more rules and regulations for how we move and live. Thinking it's normal... Why? because we have been conditioned to believe it to be so. And anyone that has challenged this narrative has been censored.
HOW TO WIN WITHOUT FIGHTING?
The Art of War by Sun Tzu is a book that sits on the shelves of every tyrant and leader who lives to build higher fences, rather than longer tables.
It is important to understand its philosophies so that you can make parallels to the direct and indirect wars we face today. Perhaps we are even at war now? Without even realizing it? Only time will tell.
- This summary also includes key lessons and important passages from the book.
- “According as circumstances are favorable, one should modify one’s plans.”
- “All warfare is based on deception. Hence when able to attack we must seem unable. When using our forces we must seem inactive. When we are near we make the enemy believe we are far away. When far away we must make the enemy believe we are near.”
- “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”
- “If he is superior in strength, evade him.”
- “Attack him where he is unprepared. Appear where you are not expected.”
- “The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand.”
- “There is no instance of a country having benefitted from prolonged warfare.”
- “A wise general makes a point of foraging on the enemy. One cartload of the enemy's provisions is equivalent to twenty of one's own.”
- “Supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy’s resistance without fighting.”
- “The worst strategy of all is to besiege walled cities.”
- “There are five essentials for victory:
- He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight.
- He will win who knows how to handle both superior and inferior forces.
- He will win who’s army is animated by the same spirit throughout all it’s ranks.
- He will win who, prepared himself, waits to take the enemy unprepared.
- He will win who has military capacity and is not interfered with by the sovereign.”
- “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself, but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”
- “One may know how to conquer without being able to do it.”
- “In war, the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won.”
- “In battle, there are not more than two methods of attack: the direct and indirect.”
- “An army may march great distances without distress if it marches through country where the enemy is not.”
- “You can be sure in succeeding in your attacks if you only attack places which are undefended.”
- “Military tactics are like water. For water, in its natural course, runs away from high places and hastens downwards. So, in war, the way is to avoid what is strong and strike at what is weak.”
- “Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move fall like a thunderbolt.”
- “Ponder and deliberate before you make a move.”
- “A clever general, therefore, avoids an army when its spirit is keen, but attacks it when it is sluggish and inclined to return.”
- “It is a military axiom not to advance uphill against the enemy nor to oppose him when he comes downhill.”
- “The art of war teaches us to rely not on the likelihood of the enemy not coming, but on our readiness to receive him.”
- “Make your way by unexpected routes and attack unguarded spots.”
- “If they will face death, there is nothing they will not achieve.”
- “The principle on which to manage an army is to set up one standard of courage which all must reach.”
- “If it is to your advantage, make a forward move. If not, stay where you are.”
HOW TO KNOW IF YOU ARE AT WAR?
How to know if you are in a war? It can be a direct war, physically fighting. Like we see today in Ukraine and Russia. But for the most part, we fight an indirect war. One of consciousness and beliefs.
Today, notice in society what streams of information are polarising, disconnecting, and gaslighting one human against another. What narrative is designed to separate us... When we have never been separate or alone. From space, there are no borders, complex philosophies, or mental constructs like race or gender identity. Just one big blue planet, home for us all.
Notice where you have freedom and where you do not.
Censorship - Can you speak freely?
Movement - Can you go where you want, when you want? Or are you a QR code. A caged human, or free range human that can only move within the limits that are given.
Us vs Them - Even though the door is open, who steps into this true freedom and operates beyond the constraints that are given. Who is considered to be the rogues or black sheep? Who are the ones speaking freely from a place of love, compassion, and curiosity?
Control - How are resources allocated? Does 1% of the world own 99% of global resources, whilst 1 billion go to bed hungry tonight?
Greed - follow the money. Who profited the most in the pain of the many. During the pandemonia, who made record profits. Who was demoralized, pushed into scarcity and even survival? It will be clear to see who is oppressed and who are the oppressors. Also, take stock of your own abundance. If you sold everything, are you above the line, or below the line? Is your time freely yours? To spend as you desire?
Tyranny - Throughout history, we see the same ideological subversion and control with different faces, names, and events. See what it takes to become a Tyrant and witness your own situation. Are you under their rule without even knowing it? Are they telling you everything you want to hear, whilst acting in their own self-interest? When you witness the actions, not just the words. Do they align? Do they align with your own internal compass, values, and heart?
SOME GREAT EXAMPLES TODAY....
WHAT DO YOU NOTICE?
BILL GATES - "BEST INVESTMENT I'VE EVER MADE "
V*CCINES GLOBAL GAVI ALLIANCE & HUMAN CAPITAL
SENATOR AND DR. PAUL RAND VS ANTHONY FAUCI
"Natural immun*ty is 7x more effective at preventing future cases than the human intervention"
SENATOR MALCOLM ROBERTS VS THE COV*D AGENDA
- Standing against mandatory V for kids
- Standing against V passports
- Standing for freedom vs control
- Standing against atheletes having heart issues post V
- Standing against the TGA's response to C*vid and adverse reactions/deaths
** Politics aside, this isnt a plug for that. I want you to notice the energy of the message and what one man has chosen to stand for and against. Decide for yourself.
SENATOR MALCOLM ROBERTS VS CLIMATE CRISIS.
SENATOR MALCOLM ROBERTS AND FREEDOM
HUMANS LOVE MAKING THE COMPLEX MORE COMPLEX.
Empress trees mature several times faster than your average oak or pine and absorb about 103 tons of carbon a year per acre.
Tell Elon he can keep the 100 million dollars or invest in helping co-create enabling environments where people plant trees, for trees they may never sit under. Only then will we understand the true meaning of life. This is a simple example of the human mind's need for complexity. In a natural world that flows with simplicity. We are so disconnected, that "we think" we need to save nature. When really, we are the problem and nature is trying to save and sustain us.
Or simply help 8 BILLION TREES MOVEMENT, complete their vision and mission in this decade or year!
SUMMARY AND SIMPLICITY
“My true religion, my simple faith is in love and compassion. There is no need for complicated philosophy, doctrine, or dogma.
Our own heart, our own mind, is the temple. The doctrine is compassion. Love for others and respect for their rights and dignity, no matter who or what they are
- these are ultimately all we need.”
CALL TO ACTION
Evil only prevails, when good people stand by and do nothing. You will only ever know what you stand for when you find out what you stand against. Your heart and gut will tell you before your mind realizes it.
Where can you make a stand for universal laws of love, connection, unity, harmony, peace, and oneness? In a modern world that wants to separate, disconnect and demoralize us. In an indirect war. Whilst the biggest "money swap" and "power swap" in history occurs.
It has been predicted throughout history that the next World War will be between 3 axes of power. USA - CHINA - RUSSIA. We can already see the Russia/Ukraine conflict. We can already see an uprising in China. The USA has already invested 700 billion dollars into military funding during a pandemic whilst the people suffered.
Throughout human history, we have required PAIN, WAR, and DISRUPTION to change. I hope that we can welcome the next Beatles, Bob Marley, Woodstock and a period of love like we experienced in the '60s and 70's.
Hopefully, we are the generation that is inspired to change, before desperate. Hopefully, we can hear the words of ANZACs and those who fought for the freedom that we give away so freely.
When the hearts of the leaders change, the systems will follow. Every post you share, every cent you spend, every person you spend your time listening to or voting for. Is a vote for the type of future you want for your children.
It's time to choose wisely, choose differently. Or see the Animal Farm repeat itself in 2022, set to repeat itself again in 50 years' time.
Let's be the generation that changes the course of human history
- We don't have an over-populated planet - We have enough food to feed 10 billion people, yet 40% of food is wasted each year. Whilst 1 billion people go to bed hungry each night. We have an issue of distribution not of resources.
- We don't need to move to mars, we need to regenerate this beautiful planet that we have wilfully and ignorantly destroyed. As Dr. Jane Goodall shares "here we stand as the self-proclaimed cleverest species on earth. Yet we are the only ones to destroy the natural habit that sustains it"
- We consume more than we regenerate. On average each human being requires 1.8 piles of earth to sustain our current behaviors. We can change this with sustainable and regenerative systems. Ones that are zero or positive-sum. No negative sum.
- We are the problem. We have wiped out between 60-80% of all living species since the 1970s. We believed in an industrial revolution, which came at the cost of our health, our communities, our time, and the natural world. Perhaps one day the industrial revolution will be called our era of Dis-evolution.
- We do not have a climate change crisis. The earth is 4 .5 billion years old and our short 2 million years of homo-sapien history is just a small notch on the belt of time. If we can destroy the natural habitats that sustain us in 50 years, then we can regenerate them in the next 50 years.
The time is now. We decide. It's all of us or none of us. We must fight the illusion of separation, and come back to connection and common-unity. This will be our fight for future generations. In a modern world, where the 1% wants to polarise, disconnect and isolate us. Branding us with QR codes, like caged animals, being led to believe we are free.
We have done our best to reference everyone’s expert opinions, peer-reviewed science, and original thoughts, HIGHLIGHTED IN THE TEXT.
We also understand that most thoughts are not our own and there is a collective unconsciousness, unconsciousness, and universal mind stream of energy that is always at work. How are references are sorted and filtered is here.