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Who or What is The Biggest Threat We face? It’s NOT Who You Think!

Is it the Zionists?  The Jesuits?  The banking cartel?  The “Deep State”? The “New World Order?” The “Illuminati”?

While most of those groups are the “hidden hand” orchestrating things from behind the scenes they still aren’t the biggest threat we face.  Why is that?  Well, let’s think about that for a minute and dissect the layers of this tightly controlled compartmentalization of power gripping humanity.

Most Americans, no matter how out of touch with reality they are, know on some level their government is corrupt.  That’s a well understood universal truth regardless of what side of the false two party paradigm of illusion you are on.  The “government” consists of many agencies.  I myself have been a government employee on the county and state level.  So pure logic clearly shows that the “government” employees are people just like me.  They do what they are told when orders come down the line from higher up superiors.  They follow law changes even if they violate your so-called “constitutional rights.”

What is legal is not necessarily moral and what’s moral may not be legal.  So, therefore, the biggest threat we face is the “order followers.”  The ones at the bottom of the totem pole carrying out orders from above, a hidden hand many do not even know exists.  You may be surrounded by order followers within your own circles of friends and family.  You may be an order follower yourself on some level. However, those reading this are usually people already aware of most of this.  Consider yourself “woke.”

There’s clearly an awakening going on right now.  Lots of people waking up to truths that horrify them and piss them off.  Most people want to help stop this tyranny once they are aware of it.  The problem is how do we stop it?  I don’t believe the answer is to ask the same government that got us into this situation to get us out of it.  Would you allow a suspected murderer to conduct his own forensic investigation?  Seems pretty insane, doesn’t it?

We often wonder how such evil atrocities in history came about.  When you read about countries who had governments slaughter their own people in political uprisings,  you wonder why there were not more “good people” rising up to stop it.  How could such evil take hold of humanity?  Well, the answer to that is those atrocities were carried out under a very tightly controlled slow process.  If the powers that be made their agenda publicly known to the point the majority of the masses were aware of it they would not be able to succeed in their one world government agenda.  Who in their right mind would knowingly support an agenda that equals doom for them and their loved ones? No one would.

Regardless of your opinion of David Icke, he is spot on about his “totalitarian tiptoe” theory.  Things like this do not happen overnight.  We know that the crazy mess going on in the world was put in place by those at the very top.  Those with the most money.  The global elites.  The 1%.  The federal reserve has the power to print currency out of thin air.  Giving them all the money in the world to bribe or hire someone to get rid of those who stand in their way.

Follow the money.  It’s not that complicated.  The control of currency and a lack of knowledge within the masses of how the financial system works gave them a massive amount of power.  However, when we become conscious of this, and as this information spreads far and wide, the 1% know the only way to stay in power is to do whatever they need to do, no matter how they do it, to keep us divided and controlled.  As long as we are arguing among ourselves falling for the two-party paradigm and social engineering manufactured agendas they keep their power.  The 99% can easily overpower the 1% when given the proper knowledge of how this world really works and how the banking system is holding all of this web of tyranny worldwide together.

When you really stop and think about how far they have gone to manipulate and lie to us to make sure we don’t unite you start to realize how much power we really do have.  For them to put forth so much cold, complex, and calculated efforts to keep us all divided you realize they must be very very afraid of an uprising.  Especially when one comes to the harsh truth about the child trafficking, pedophilia, and rampant satanic ritual abuse going on within these powerful circles of global elites.  People of the highest levels of government, religious institutions and corporate CEO’s who will play ball.  And of course, there’s hollyweird and their circles of filth.

Study Shows How Obedient to Authority We Are: The Milgram Experiment

Stanley Milgram, a psychologist at Yale University, conducted an experiment focusing on the conflict between obedience to authority and personal conscience.

Milgram (1963) examined justifications for acts of genocide offered by those accused at the World War II, Nuremberg War Criminal trials. Their defense often was based on “obedience” – that they were just following orders from their superiors.  Milgram was interested in researching how far people would go in obeying an instruction if it involved harming another person. He was interested in how easily ordinary people could be influenced into committing atrocities, for example, Germans in WWII.

Two rooms in the Yale Interaction Laboratory were used – one for the learner (with an electric chair) and another for the teacher and experimenter with an electric shock generator. The “learner” (Mr. Wallace) was strapped to a chair with electrodes. After he has learned a list of word pairs given him to learn, the “teacher” tests him by naming a word and asking the learner to recall its partner/pair from a list of four possible choices.

The teacher is told to administer an electric shock every time the learner makes a mistake, increasing the level of shock each time. There were 30 switches on the shock generator marked from 15 volts (slight shock) to 450 (danger – severe shock). milgram obedience IV variations

The learner gave mainly wrong answers (on purpose), and for each of these, the teacher gave him an electric shock. When the teacher refused to administer a shock, the experimenter was to give a series of orders/prods to ensure they continued.

There were four prods and if one was not obeyed, then the experimenter (Mr. Williams) read out the next prod, and so on.

Prod 1: Please continue.

Prod 2: The experiment requires you to continue.

Prod 3: It is absolutely essential that you continue.

Prod 4: You have no other choice but to continue.

Results:

65% (two-thirds) of participants (i.e., teachers) continued to the highest level of 450 volts. All the participants continued to 300 volts.

Milgram did more than one experiment – he carried out 18 variations of his study.  All he did was alter the situation (IV) to see how this affected obedience (DV).

Conclusion:

Ordinary people are likely to follow orders given by an authority figure, even to the extent of killing an innocent human being.  Obedience to authority is ingrained in us all from the way we are brought up.

People tend to obey orders from other people if they recognize their authority as morally right and/or legally based. This response to legitimate authority is learned in a variety of situations, for example in the family, school, and workplace.

Milgram summed up in the article “The Perils of Obedience” (Milgram 1974), writing:

‘The legal and philosophic aspects of obedience are of enormous import, but they say very little about how most people behave in concrete situations.

I set up a simple experiment at Yale University to test how much pain an ordinary citizen would inflict on another person simply because he was ordered to by an experimental scientist.

Stark authority was pitted against the subjects’ [participants’] strongest moral imperatives against hurting others, and, with the subjects’ [participants’] ears ringing with the screams of the victims, authority won more often than not.

The extreme willingness of adults to go to almost any lengths on the command of an authority constitutes the chief finding of the study and the fact most urgently demanding explanation.’

So as you can clearly see, the biggest threat we face are the order followers.  Which is why we need to awaken more of these  order followers before they do something heinous by “just following orders.”

 

Source:

https://www.simplypsychology.org/milgram.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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