Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Monstaville Book II. Chapter 47


Pomp and Circumstance.

“Multiculturalism is part of the New World Order agenda to dilute and destroy Gentile national identities. Ordinary Jews need to be aware of the agenda organisations pursue in their name, because they will take the brunt of the resentment. I believe the plan is to pit Muslims versus Christians. We should not fall into this trap and direct our attention at the Illuminati bankers and their minions.”
– Henry Makow (comment on a letter from Krister, in Sweden, 23 September 2010. “…organised Jewry is active in subversive activities to destroy foreign societies,” says Krister. He also refers to a comment by Kevin MacDonald: “Jews play a ‘leading role’ in promoting multiculturalism in Europe,”

I was talking to a guy about an experience I had had and I mentioned that the other person involved was an ‘Asian Muslim’ because I could not see anyone else behaving in that particular manner. He doesn’t think that people’s racial and cultural backgrounds are important, or useful, considerations when describing conflicts such as arguments, complaints and fights in a multicultural city like London. He says it is irrelevant if someone, child or adult, is Muslim or black or white or whatever, or what country they are from. I strongly disagree and feel that these details are vital to understanding the differences and the root cause, at least in part, of such challenging situations. It is equally helpful to know if a white English thug comes from a family or area where violence is a social predilection or has a history of alcoholism. Moreover, I always find it rather sad that people born for a decade or so after me tend to favour conformity and mediocrity. Just a little judgement on my part. I’m sure they are contributing other, more feminine qualities, such as bringing peace to a chaotic social environment. I noticed, in this regard, that the person I was talking to is in denial of the truth due to a fearful attachment to security. I concur more with Lemmy of Motorhead: "Apparently people don't like the truth, but I do like it; I like it because it upsets a lot of people. If you show them enough times that their arguments are bullshit, then maybe just once, one of them will say, 'Oh! Wait a minute - I was wrong.' I live for that happening. Rare, I assure you."

The majority of people in this world do not seem to default to opening themselves up to deeper insights or, in this case, the deeper underlying experiences, conditions and beliefs which have led to a hostile clash with, or attack on, someone, or, for that matter, more defensive disapproval, accusation or antagonism. They are afraid of the unknown. They are afraid, therefore, of change. I’m hardly mimicking Sherlock Holmes simply by according significance to the underlying circumstances of an incident. I prefer to base my assessments on as deep an understanding as comes available using not just my intellect but my intuitive intelligence, personal experience and philosophical and psychological awareness. A dedication to truth and authenticity furthers understanding and enables us to be more aware. And it is through awareness that we will collectively raise ourselves to the level of social unity as a civilisation. We should not shun truth fearfully since that is the very thing that creates a climate of denial in which ignorant, discordant and disruptive behaviour thrives. It is the Dark Ages we are leaving behind. The dark tunnel we are exiting. We, as a nation, and a continent, and a global society, need to shine a light on this darkness to illumine our collective consciousness, not simply brush those issues under the proverbial carpet.

“Love all, trust few, do wrong to no one.” – William Shakespeare.

Awareness is not the same as prejudice or bigotry, or bullying or discrimination. It is fear of these threats that closes people’s minds to the truth. They don’t want to know and don’t believe that people should discuss these things. Awareness is really a new realm, or level, of consciousness that we are venturing into. It’s like a new muscle, or one that has lain dormant for several millennia, that needs to be exercised before people start using it freely. Truth is a risk but only in those areas where people have personal or cultural attachments. We cannot have both – truth and ignorance. If they are to exist side-by-side – and they have to in a Western society that has reached the point of no return in terms of justice, rights, freedom of speech (even though there are groups which are keen to drag us down to a level of collective ignorance again) and individual expression – then light will increase and illumine the darkness not the least because we as a race are at a critical juncture in our development, and all set to rejoin the Galactic Federation. All attempts to drag humanity back must fail because we are not being assisted by beings of light from higher dimensions even if they have not formerly introduced themselves to the public collectively on TV or something yet! This information, however uncomfortable, is all essential to awareness and justice in my view. It is not mere opinion just because it is not yet proven fact, or is a grey area or one that needs to be thought through or investigated more before a more concrete assessment can be made. We must become more intelligent and use our intelligence to discuss and figure out these things so that our collective awareness can increase and, ultimately, unity and harmony truly manifest on our beloved planet.

“A man walked into the doctor’s and said, ‘I've hurt my arm in several places?’ The doctor said, ‘Well, don't go there anymore!’" – Tommy Cooper.


Retrospective notes.

Behind the veil.

“Most conflicts and tensions are due to language. Don't pay so much attention to the words. In love’s country, language doesn't have its place. Love's mute.” - Shams Tabrizi.

“In Germany,” writes Richard Godwin for the Evening Standard, “Chancellor Angela Merkel last weekend gave a surprising speech to the effect that the multicultural society had ‘utterly failed.’ She reflected popular opinion: 30 percent of Germans believe their country is ’overrun’ by foreigners and a similar figure believes those foreigners only came to claim benefits. In friendly little Holland, the new government has formed an alliance with the ridiculous Geert Wilders, a sort of renegade game show host who proposes banning the Koran and a ‘raghead’ tax on Muslims. Belgium has had great trouble forming any government at all but politicians did manage to convene at a special meeting in April to ban the niqab, an item worn by an estimated 215 Belgian citizens…Meanwhile, in France, a niqab ban has been in place since July, affecting fewer than 2,000 women but inspiring many more into a weird frenzy of quasi-feminist xenophobia. Last week a retired schoolteacher went on trial for forcibly removing the face-covering from a Muslim woman she encountered shopping, before slapping and biting her. These are disparate examples but the continental trend towards Right-wing nuttiness in economic hard times is alarmingly clear: anti-immigration parties have recently seen gains in Austria, Switzerland and even Sweden.” (Evening Standard, 20 October 2010, p.15).

The truth is that multiculturalism was never meant to succeed. The Zionist Global Elite has decreed that Europe and America be diluted through mass immigration and conflict. Immigration from developing countries in Europe and the U.S. is being used as a weapon to weaken the West the Elite turn their attention eastwards. They are setting up shop in China and India (and possibly Africa as well as Kryon once mentioned) to profit from building them up while we are now burdened with poverty, fear and political correctness. Naturally, they have also made ‘a few shekels’ along the way. What we must realise is that we have all been duped, manipulated and enslaved by a secret World Government and that it is time we all made more positive and informed choices about our personal and collective lives so that we can all enjoy quality of life.

Wilders, “whose Freedom Party holds nine of the 120 seats in the Dutch Parliament,” was barred from entering the U.K. to attend a screening of the controversial 17-minute film Fitna (which, apparently, criticises the Koran as a ‘fascist book’) after Labour Lord Nazir Ahmed “threatened to mobilise 10,000 Muslims to prevent Mr. Wilders from entering the House [of Lords] and threatened to take the colleague [Lord Pearson] who was organising the event to court.” (‘Banned from Britain, Dutch campaigner against Islam,’ by Ben Russell and Vanessa Mock, 11 February 2009, I’m not certain if this decision, which Wilders called ‘cowardly,’ was taken for fear of upsetting Muslims since one hardly sees British people daring to express any pride in their own culture or outrage at the damage caused by high immigration levels. There is no public debate on sensitive subjects such as this. Extreme views always make sure they are heard and, when the truth is actively suppressed, there is more chance of people actively listening to them. Surely, the acknowledgement that immigration needs to be curbed is sensible rather than ‘nutty’? (Mr. Godwin also suggests that “in London at least, multiculturalism is more a fact of life, one that has arisen as much through accident as design.” Yeah, right!). The U.K. Government is keen to keep up the pretence of ‘community harmony’ and seems to feel that freedom of expression is a potential threat to public security instead of admitting that there is a problem and encouraging intelligent debate which would expose all extremists for what they are and also call into question the meaning of ‘democracy,’ whether or not we live in one and, if we do not, how we can develop into one so that individual freedom and awareness are prized above all both nationalism and minority groups? Then we might start to resemble a ‘civilised country’ – and continent - founded on true unity and true harmony rather than simply a mask to conceal a hideous face.

“The powerless, by definition, can never be ‘racists,’ for they can never make the world pay for what they feel or fear except by suicidal endeavour which makes them fanatics or revolutionaries, or both; whereas, those in power can be urbane and charming and invite you to those homes which they know you will never own. The powerless must do their own dirty work. The powerful have it done for them.” - James Baldwin (To be Baptised, No Name in the Street. I disagree: that just means it’s hard for the powerless to be successful racists in terms of attacking those whom they hate, collectively at any rate. Yeah, like no black or Asian person can possibly be a racist. Haha. Nice try!).

We’re being victimised in our own country. Political correctness has put the brakes on our development as a society (as has materialism). If we say anything about minorities we’re accused of being racist or whatever (just as men aren’t ‘allowed’ to comment on women generally!). Yet, no one seems to have a problem with saying whatever they like or, rather, dislike - about the indigenous majority. While we are generally very fair and tolerant as a nation, how many people whose families moved here from another country don’t actually like English people or respect our values?

Perhaps the reason for this is that there is more to criticise in people who are attached to religious or racial identities, attitudes, beliefs and behaviour which causes them to feel more insecure and defensive. Although, of course, on a more official level, the reason is that extremists and cry babies shout the loudest and the government panders to their whims because all they care about are their image in the media and current ratings in the polls! What we have is a bankrupt society, not a broken one that can be fixed…and it’s broken from the top down not the other way around so the government can stop blaming the people. They know who’s to blame but they’re too scared to say their name. And our part in this, collectively, is that we have bought into all the lies instead of dedicating ourselves to love and truth. It is a matter of choice and, in this way, we get the government we deserve.

It’s all a test to reclaim our power by exchanging belief for knowing. If somebody is pushing your head down but you never question your reality of consider that something is wrong you will not notice that your quality of life has been crippled. On the other hand, if you know what is going on and who’s doing it, you can move away, stand up freely and move about. It is not necessary to be afraid or to get angry. And it is certainly detrimental to attack your tormentor. Resistance will only cause the pressure to increase in the same way that this principle applies to all aspects of life (so don’t go listening to Alex Jones!). All you need to do is live according to your own true nature. There’s no point in living as a cripple simply because your beliefs, fears, low self-esteem or whatever keep you in ignorance about who and what you really are. When you wake up from this crazy dream you will have a good laugh at yourself for getting into such a fix!

“The moment the slave resolves that he will no longer be a slave, his fetters fall. Freedom and slavery are mental states.” – Mahatma Ghandi.

Handmade silkscreen patch by Marjole Inhoekendijk

We need a fresh start. We need to establish a true civilisation founded on mature principles such as freedom, individual expression, love, truth and abundance. And, I believe that this is the very reason why we have an international ‘bankster’ mafia bent on exploiting and destroying nations and enslaving peoples secretly from behind the curtain, like Big Brother. They exist as a form of disease to kill off the cells that are no longer required for where humanity is headed, freeing up space for more light to enter. Fear breeds fear and love breeds more love.

ALaughter is the shortest distance between two people.@ - Victor Borge.

I have no respect for Right Wing nationalism or Left Wing minority groups beyond the level of protection from violent persecution. Banning freedom of speech is like banning cannabis on the grounds that it may lead to harder drugs which it does no more than coffee, sugar, cigarettes and alcohol. Although skunk is, in my opinion, too heavy to be considered a recreational drug. But, rather than banning it, I would personally like to go back to the good old days when marijuana that was not grown indoors was freely available. This would be accompanied by public discourse and an awareness of the dangers of addiction and the need for moderation in all things, preferably just occasional use. Primarily for the benefit of young people so at least they have the information to make informed choices and can see more clearly what is ‘cool’ and what really is not despite the mystery or hype. No, I’m not really for the smoking ban either even though I gave all these things up myself. Well, apart from sugar. And, it is kind of sad to see the majority of Indigos lost in a cloud of smoke for the time being. People rely on drugs because they don’t meditate. They need their chemical fix because they are so imbalanced in their externalised approach to life.

“Things are changing, they are coming to an end of a cycle now as 2012 begins to draw near, and this is the end of an old cycle, a cycle where humanity was actually going nowhere. Perhaps technologically things got easier on the planet, especially in the last 200 years, but many things got worse, many things don't happen in the way they used to happen, mainly around relationships. Too much was sacrificed for the material world. Love was the biggest sacrifice, the family unit was the biggest sacrifice, in this country there was migrant labour and there are great divisions between the races. Love is here for all of us; each man whether he be black or white or Asian: there is as much love for every man or woman as they can receive.” Kryon (channelled through David Brown, ‘Allow The Love To Flow,’ 5 May 2010,

'Putting Humpty Dumpty back together’ by Saul (channelled through John Smallman, 29 November 2009,

The human condition - living in the illusion you have made - is very stressful. The apparent separation was a breaking asunder of God's Son into billions of imaginary individuals, each seemingly with his own mind and identity. They compete with one another for love and attention, not realising that they are permanently one with God and have His undivided love and attention at all times. So they fight, argue, and disagree; and to strengthen themselves, focus great intensity of purpose on their individual sense of identity.
                To attempt to re-achieve oneness with God may sound foolish - like putting Humpty Dumpty back together - but it is the sanest thing you can do, as the breaking asunder never happened. You are simply playing games with yourself. It is a bit analogous to one diagnosed psychologically as being a multiple personality, where a number of seemingly separate personalities share one body. Only one is apparently present at any moment. They each have very definite and different characteristics, and the goal of psychotherapy is to help them understand what terrified them into splitting apart, show them that it cannot harm them, and thus enable them to re-establish themselves as one.
                The illusory reality you have made for yourselves has caused a similar effect, and the fear you are refusing to acknowledge is the belief that God is angry with you and seeks to punish you. Nothing could be further from the truth.
                You are infinitely loved; you did nothing wrong; and you are still one with God. Separation was and remains impossible because there is nowhere to go in order to be separate. This apparent judgement and condemnation of one another is part of the illusion - the actuality of which is impossible - and yet you believe it.
                The way out is to forgive one another for what you have not done. As you forgive, love seeps into your hearts, squeezing out the fear, until you become aware that there is nothing to fear because there is nothing except God, who is Love, and you are One with Him always..
                So when the illusory inhabitants of your home-made illusory reality seem to threaten or attack you, realise it is a dream world that you are making, inhabited by your multiple personalities, suitably disguised to make it all seem real. Don't attack them, don't defend yourself, just forgive them and yourself for what has not occurred, and let peace, instead of stress and anxiety, fill your life..
                There is only God and you, united as One. The billions of apparent others are also you. To attack them or defend against them is total insanity, which you see all around you while you believe in and accept the dream as reality.
                When you forgive all, and release all grudges and resentments, you will awaken and find yourself in the divine home that you never left..
                With so very much love, Saul.

"Anxiety is the same energy as excitement, with judgement placed upon it. That’s all it is.” – Bashar.

“Unless you’re on trial for a crime that you did not commit, resist the temptation to defend yourself. Remember that you’re dealing with irrational fear. Know that the difficult person is not for the moment interested in hearing the details about your innocence in the situation…Whatever his decision, any choice other than repeating his claims of self-defence would have pushed the boundaries of his comfort zone.”- Betty Perkins (Lion Taming. The courage to deal with difficult people including yourself, Tzedakah Publications, CA, U.S., 1995, p.42).

"I cannot always control what goes on outside. But I can always control what goes on inside." - Dr. Wayne Dyer, PhD. 

“We are offering processes whereby you may spend a little bit of time, every day, intentionally attracting into your experience good health, vitality, prosperity and positive interactions with others – all the things that make up your vision of what the perfect life experience for you would be.” – Abraham (Manifest Your Desires by Esther and Jerry Hicks, Hay House, Inc., Carlsbad, CA., U.S., 2008, p.206).
"Wrong turns are as important as right turns. More important, sometimes.” – Richard Bach (One, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, New York, U.S., New York, U.S., 1988).

“There’s no disaster that can’t become a blessing, and no blessing that can’t become a disaster.” – Richard Bach (ibid.).

“Every person, all the events of your life are there because you have drawn them there. What you choose to do with them is up to you.” – Richard Bach.

When you're born a lover
You're born to suffer
Like all soul sisters
And soul brothers
- Depeche Mode (‘Goodnight Lovers,’ written by Martin L. Gore, 2001).

The Way of the Servant by Jeshua

(Channelled through Jayem in 2006).

Humility begets
the recognition of freedom,
and in perfect freedom
lies true power:

I can do absolutely nothing,
nor need I do anything,
for the One who has sent me
alone does all things.

Joy flows gently from the heart
of one who has awakened.

It is a joy
neither created nor possessed,
but allowed.

Flowing as the radiant extension
of a Light that meets no obstacle,
it attracts those
who would choose to Remember,
and behold themselves reflected
in the one who has awakened.

When you see me
in the face of your brother and sister,
you become the mirror
of their only Reality,
and in you can they know Christ.

your relationship with each of them
is the means of your salvation,
and your only appropriate gift to them
is to be one who has refused to tolerate
the error of separation
in yourself,
offering to them the gift of their perfect -
and holy -

The holiest place on Earth is, indeed,
wherever an ancient hatred
has become a present love.

Hatred is ancient,
being born of separation;
having a beginning,
it must have an end.

being of God,
knows neither beginning nor end.

To offer your brother and sister
the gift of your holiness
is to offer the gift of what is eternal.

– Jeshua (channelled through Jayem, The Way of Mastery, p.58, ‘The Way of the Servant,’ 2007,

“If your upbringing has been abusive you may never have seen or experienced wise adult behaviour, and so you may have learned to rely on yourself and never to trust anyone in order to ensure your survival. Now, however, having chosen a spiritual path of growth, as you all have, you need to move away from your belief in force and compulsion as the means for your survival. If you are still inhabiting an environment where peaceful co-existence is not an option then you probably need to move away.
                If everyone on Earth who is in an environment of violence, hate, and oppression, refused to engage but instead moved away, then the violence would wind down quite rapidly as those willing to fight or looking for a fight would find themselves seriously short of opponents. But this environment is illusory, and at the level of the illusion these problems cannot be resolved, because those involved do not want to remove themselves because they know that they are in the right and they have an intense need to prove it to themselves and to others. And many who would move away are, for numerous reasons, unable to do so.
                And this brings us to back to the task in hand, the task that you as Light workers and Light bearers have undertaken so courageously and lovingly. That task is to be Love, which is what in truth you are, and to demonstrate that constantly in your daily lives. You know that is why you are on Earth, you know you incarnated to fulfill this divine task, and you know that you have unprecedented help from all of us in the spiritual realms.
                - Saul (channelled through John Smallman, excerpt from ‘Go with your intuition which is always divinely guided,’ 17 November 2014,

“That's it! You people have stood in my way long enough. I'm going to clown college!” - Homer Simpson.

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