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The Illusion Is Failing - Trust in the system is vanishing fast
Oct 17, 2020 07:41:15   #
ACP45 Loc: Rhode Island
 
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prosperity post.

"Sometimes the magic fails.

The secret to the trick is accidentally revealed. The woman was always in the box. The eye is no longer deceived. And there’s no getting the audience’s sense of awe back.

Just like a bungled illusion, once trust is broken, it’s gone.

For many during 2020, the loss of their jobs and businesses — in many cases due to incompetent government management of the pandemic — has been both a blessing and a curse.

Of course nobody likes being laid off or losing a business they’d carefully built up over the years.

But for a significant number of those people, however, they’ve now been given time (against their will, admittedly) to reflect and realize how much they hated their work in the first place. For them, the illusion has been broken.

They won’t go back to pretending their former lives were acceptable or tolerable, and they’re actively looking for employment that better fits their values. Time for something new.

Others have realized how much they really disliked what air travel had devolved into. With its demeaning theater of faux displays of ‘safety’– being groped by TSA agents and having to perform a striptease to get personal items through the security scanners.

I’m one of these folks. I’ll be traveling a lot less in the future, no matter what happens with the SARS-2 viruses. I’ll be content to stay local and conduct my business via Zoom calls as much as can possibly be done. I won’t miss the pat-downs, delays, crowded seats, and cancelled flights.

Similarly, social media has now been revealed to be run by petulant sociopaths whose goal is for you to see exactly what content they want you to see, because that fits their profit incentive. But they do so under the guise of “protecting” us from uninteresting or inappropriate material.

Their contradictions couldn’t be any more gaping. They’re pushing a “diversity” that requires uniformity of thought.

Living on the internet this year while researching and publishing over 100 updates about covid, I’ve seen innumerable examples of this on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — such as their promotion of the W.H.O.’s inconsistent and blatantly Big Pharma-conflicted messages while suppressing front-line doctors armed with positive real-world results.

The list goes on and on.

None of it makes any sense. At least, not once you lift your head up and shake off the consumer lifestyle blinders."...........

"Protests. Riots. Political and social divisions so volatile that suddenly you can read credible opinion pieces on how civil war could be ‘a thing’ in our future.

But none of this has to be this way.

There’s another path. One that begins by taking stock of the fact that the ways in which we’ve been living and running our society no longer work. The more we continue to pursue the status quo in the hopes that somehow this will all magically turns itself around, the more we waste valuable time and resources.

To change, we must first start by declaring “Not this!”

That’s what millions of people are currently doing on some level. Somewhere deep inside, they’re realizing that their old lives aren’t coming back. And good riddance too!

The illusion is broken. There’s no more fun in the show. Time to wander out of the theater and find something actually worth our time.

The illusion is broken. Our top health authorities have shown that they care more about creating the next massively profitable drug than they do about actually saving lives. Once you’ve see that, you can’t ‘unsee’ it.

Both major political parties reacted to covid by hastily shoveling trillions of dollars to Wall Street and mega corporations while only giving poorly-delivered scraps to ordinary people. Which is why the current candidates’ campaign promises aren’t believed.

“None of the above” would win in a landslide here in the USA in 2020. The illusion is broken.

If the first necessary step is to withdraw our consent, what’s the second step?

Become as resilient as you can. Control what you can and let the rest unfold as it will.

Many of our largest systems are in the process of breaking down. Not only is there nothing you can do to stop that, but nothing should be done here. Those unsustainable and deeply unfair systems are failing for a reason. They’re not worth preserving. Any efforts spent trying to prop them up simply delay our opportunity to replace them with better new models.

Sometimes it’s just best to admit that a building has lived out its full useful lifespan, tear it down, and build anew. Honor it for how it’s served us, nod once, and tear it down."

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Oct 17, 2020 07:50:06   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
ACP45 wrote:
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prosperity post.

"Sometimes the magic fails.

The secret to the trick is accidentally revealed. The woman was always in the box. The eye is no longer deceived. And there’s no getting the audience’s sense of awe back.

Just like a bungled illusion, once trust is broken, it’s gone.

For many during 2020, the loss of their jobs and businesses — in many cases due to incompetent government management of the pandemic — has been both a blessing and a curse.

Of course nobody likes being laid off or losing a business they’d carefully built up over the years.

But for a significant number of those people, however, they’ve now been given time (against their will, admittedly) to reflect and realize how much they hated their work in the first place. For them, the illusion has been broken.

They won’t go back to pretending their former lives were acceptable or tolerable, and they’re actively looking for employment that better fits their values. Time for something new.

Others have realized how much they really disliked what air travel had devolved into. With its demeaning theater of faux displays of ‘safety’– being groped by TSA agents and having to perform a striptease to get personal items through the security scanners.

I’m one of these folks. I’ll be traveling a lot less in the future, no matter what happens with the SARS-2 viruses. I’ll be content to stay local and conduct my business via Zoom calls as much as can possibly be done. I won’t miss the pat-downs, delays, crowded seats, and cancelled flights.

Similarly, social media has now been revealed to be run by petulant sociopaths whose goal is for you to see exactly what content they want you to see, because that fits their profit incentive. But they do so under the guise of “protecting” us from uninteresting or inappropriate material.

Their contradictions couldn’t be any more gaping. They’re pushing a “diversity” that requires uniformity of thought.

Living on the internet this year while researching and publishing over 100 updates about covid, I’ve seen innumerable examples of this on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — such as their promotion of the W.H.O.’s inconsistent and blatantly Big Pharma-conflicted messages while suppressing front-line doctors armed with positive real-world results.

The list goes on and on.

None of it makes any sense. At least, not once you lift your head up and shake off the consumer lifestyle blinders."...........

"Protests. Riots. Political and social divisions so volatile that suddenly you can read credible opinion pieces on how civil war could be ‘a thing’ in our future.

But none of this has to be this way.

There’s another path. One that begins by taking stock of the fact that the ways in which we’ve been living and running our society no longer work. The more we continue to pursue the status quo in the hopes that somehow this will all magically turns itself around, the more we waste valuable time and resources.

To change, we must first start by declaring “Not this!”

That’s what millions of people are currently doing on some level. Somewhere deep inside, they’re realizing that their old lives aren’t coming back. And good riddance too!

The illusion is broken. There’s no more fun in the show. Time to wander out of the theater and find something actually worth our time.

The illusion is broken. Our top health authorities have shown that they care more about creating the next massively profitable drug than they do about actually saving lives. Once you’ve see that, you can’t ‘unsee’ it.

Both major political parties reacted to covid by hastily shoveling trillions of dollars to Wall Street and mega corporations while only giving poorly-delivered scraps to ordinary people. Which is why the current candidates’ campaign promises aren’t believed.

“None of the above” would win in a landslide here in the USA in 2020. The illusion is broken.

If the first necessary step is to withdraw our consent, what’s the second step?

Become as resilient as you can. Control what you can and let the rest unfold as it will.

Many of our largest systems are in the process of breaking down. Not only is there nothing you can do to stop that, but nothing should be done here. Those unsustainable and deeply unfair systems are failing for a reason. They’re not worth preserving. Any efforts spent trying to prop them up simply delay our opportunity to replace them with better new models.

Sometimes it’s just best to admit that a building has lived out its full useful lifespan, tear it down, and build anew. Honor it for how it’s served us, nod once, and tear it down."
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prospe... (show quote)


Good article

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Oct 17, 2020 07:55:48   #
ACP45 Loc: Rhode Island
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
Good article


I know you don't usually watch Youtube videos, but he just posted an excellent one on Social Media Censorship that is out of control. https://youtu.be/IyXsAK980vU

If you can't watch the video, at least check out his comments on the subject: https://www.peakprosperity.com/censorship-is-out-of-control/?utm_source=Peak+Prosperity+Newsletter&utm_campaign=f098ec774b-weekly-peak-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d77483a02b-f098ec774b-144635530

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Oct 17, 2020 08:05:58   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
ACP45 wrote:
I know you don't usually watch Youtube videos, but he just posted an excellent one on Social Media Censorship that is out of control. https://youtu.be/IyXsAK980vU

If you can't watch the video, at least check out his comments on the subject: https://www.peakprosperity.com/censorship-is-out-of-control/?utm_source=Peak+Prosperity+Newsletter&utm_campaign=f098ec774b-weekly-peak-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_d77483a02b-f098ec774b-144635530

Good timing... I've got a couple of YouTube videos I'm checking out tomorrow

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Oct 17, 2020 08:30:10   #
Tiptop789 Loc: State of Denial
 
ACP45 wrote:
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prosperity post.

"Sometimes the magic fails.

The secret to the trick is accidentally revealed. The woman was always in the box. The eye is no longer deceived. And there’s no getting the audience’s sense of awe back.

Just like a bungled illusion, once trust is broken, it’s gone.

For many during 2020, the loss of their jobs and businesses — in many cases due to incompetent government management of the pandemic — has been both a blessing and a curse.

Of course nobody likes being laid off or losing a business they’d carefully built up over the years.

But for a significant number of those people, however, they’ve now been given time (against their will, admittedly) to reflect and realize how much they hated their work in the first place. For them, the illusion has been broken.

They won’t go back to pretending their former lives were acceptable or tolerable, and they’re actively looking for employment that better fits their values. Time for something new.

Others have realized how much they really disliked what air travel had devolved into. With its demeaning theater of faux displays of ‘safety’– being groped by TSA agents and having to perform a striptease to get personal items through the security scanners.

I’m one of these folks. I’ll be traveling a lot less in the future, no matter what happens with the SARS-2 viruses. I’ll be content to stay local and conduct my business via Zoom calls as much as can possibly be done. I won’t miss the pat-downs, delays, crowded seats, and cancelled flights.

Similarly, social media has now been revealed to be run by petulant sociopaths whose goal is for you to see exactly what content they want you to see, because that fits their profit incentive. But they do so under the guise of “protecting” us from uninteresting or inappropriate material.

Their contradictions couldn’t be any more gaping. They’re pushing a “diversity” that requires uniformity of thought.

Living on the internet this year while researching and publishing over 100 updates about covid, I’ve seen innumerable examples of this on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — such as their promotion of the W.H.O.’s inconsistent and blatantly Big Pharma-conflicted messages while suppressing front-line doctors armed with positive real-world results.

The list goes on and on.

None of it makes any sense. At least, not once you lift your head up and shake off the consumer lifestyle blinders."...........

"Protests. Riots. Political and social divisions so volatile that suddenly you can read credible opinion pieces on how civil war could be ‘a thing’ in our future.

But none of this has to be this way.

There’s another path. One that begins by taking stock of the fact that the ways in which we’ve been living and running our society no longer work. The more we continue to pursue the status quo in the hopes that somehow this will all magically turns itself around, the more we waste valuable time and resources.

To change, we must first start by declaring “Not this!”

That’s what millions of people are currently doing on some level. Somewhere deep inside, they’re realizing that their old lives aren’t coming back. And good riddance too!

The illusion is broken. There’s no more fun in the show. Time to wander out of the theater and find something actually worth our time.

The illusion is broken. Our top health authorities have shown that they care more about creating the next massively profitable drug than they do about actually saving lives. Once you’ve see that, you can’t ‘unsee’ it.

Both major political parties reacted to covid by hastily shoveling trillions of dollars to Wall Street and mega corporations while only giving poorly-delivered scraps to ordinary people. Which is why the current candidates’ campaign promises aren’t believed.

“None of the above” would win in a landslide here in the USA in 2020. The illusion is broken.

If the first necessary step is to withdraw our consent, what’s the second step?

Become as resilient as you can. Control what you can and let the rest unfold as it will.

Many of our largest systems are in the process of breaking down. Not only is there nothing you can do to stop that, but nothing should be done here. Those unsustainable and deeply unfair systems are failing for a reason. They’re not worth preserving. Any efforts spent trying to prop them up simply delay our opportunity to replace them with better new models.

Sometimes it’s just best to admit that a building has lived out its full useful lifespan, tear it down, and build anew. Honor it for how it’s served us, nod once, and tear it down."
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prospe... (show quote)


The illusion that Trump is a successful president is indeed over. He's been an abject failure. The proof will be in the election pudding.

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Oct 17, 2020 08:40:34   #
ACP45 Loc: Rhode Island
 
Tiptop789 wrote:
The illusion that Trump is a successful president is indeed over. He's been an abject failure. The proof will be in the election pudding.


You take Trump Derangement Syndrome to a new level. Please tell me who is trying to re-open the economy, and who is it that continues to promote fear, commits to isolation in his basement, and is trying to use the fake pandemic for partisan political purposes?

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Oct 17, 2020 09:13:57   #
Gatsby
 
ACP45 wrote:
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prosperity post.

"Sometimes the magic fails.

The secret to the trick is accidentally revealed. The woman was always in the box. The eye is no longer deceived. And there’s no getting the audience’s sense of awe back.

Just like a bungled illusion, once trust is broken, it’s gone.

For many during 2020, the loss of their jobs and businesses — in many cases due to incompetent government management of the pandemic — has been both a blessing and a curse.


The curse is living in a "blue zone". Life here in South Dakota is going on pretty much as normal.

I have not missed one day of work to covid, I have not lost a single friend or family to covid.

PANIC, and those who promote PANIC, are the most dangerous enemies that we face.

This is MY ground, and this is where I will FACE covid and DEFEAT both covid and PANIC.



Of course nobody likes being laid off or losing a business they’d carefully built up over the years.

But for a significant number of those people, however, they’ve now been given time (against their will, admittedly) to reflect and realize how much they hated their work in the first place. For them, the illusion has been broken.

They won’t go back to pretending their former lives were acceptable or tolerable, and they’re actively looking for employment that better fits their values. Time for something new.

Others have realized how much they really disliked what air travel had devolved into. With its demeaning theater of faux displays of ‘safety’– being groped by TSA agents and having to perform a striptease to get personal items through the security scanners.

I’m one of these folks. I’ll be traveling a lot less in the future, no matter what happens with the SARS-2 viruses. I’ll be content to stay local and conduct my business via Zoom calls as much as can possibly be done. I won’t miss the pat-downs, delays, crowded seats, and cancelled flights.

Similarly, social media has now been revealed to be run by petulant sociopaths whose goal is for you to see exactly what content they want you to see, because that fits their profit incentive. But they do so under the guise of “protecting” us from uninteresting or inappropriate material.

Their contradictions couldn’t be any more gaping. They’re pushing a “diversity” that requires uniformity of thought.

Living on the internet this year while researching and publishing over 100 updates about covid, I’ve seen innumerable examples of this on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube — such as their promotion of the W.H.O.’s inconsistent and blatantly Big Pharma-conflicted messages while suppressing front-line doctors armed with positive real-world results.

The list goes on and on.

None of it makes any sense. At least, not once you lift your head up and shake off the consumer lifestyle blinders."...........

"Protests. Riots. Political and social divisions so volatile that suddenly you can read credible opinion pieces on how civil war could be ‘a thing’ in our future.

But none of this has to be this way.

There’s another path. One that begins by taking stock of the fact that the ways in which we’ve been living and running our society no longer work. The more we continue to pursue the status quo in the hopes that somehow this will all magically turns itself around, the more we waste valuable time and resources.

To change, we must first start by declaring “Not this!”

That’s what millions of people are currently doing on some level. Somewhere deep inside, they’re realizing that their old lives aren’t coming back. And good riddance too!

The illusion is broken. There’s no more fun in the show. Time to wander out of the theater and find something actually worth our time.

The illusion is broken. Our top health authorities have shown that they care more about creating the next massively profitable drug than they do about actually saving lives. Once you’ve see that, you can’t ‘unsee’ it.

Both major political parties reacted to covid by hastily shoveling trillions of dollars to Wall Street and mega corporations while only giving poorly-delivered scraps to ordinary people. Which is why the current candidates’ campaign promises aren’t believed.

“None of the above” would win in a landslide here in the USA in 2020. The illusion is broken.

If the first necessary step is to withdraw our consent, what’s the second step?

Become as resilient as you can. Control what you can and let the rest unfold as it will.

Many of our largest systems are in the process of breaking down. Not only is there nothing you can do to stop that, but nothing should be done here. Those unsustainable and deeply unfair systems are failing for a reason. They’re not worth preserving. Any efforts spent trying to prop them up simply delay our opportunity to replace them with better new models.

Sometimes it’s just best to admit that a building has lived out its full useful lifespan, tear it down, and build anew. Honor it for how it’s served us, nod once, and tear it down."
Selected quotes from Chris Martinson's Peak Prospe... (show quote)


The curse is living in a "blue zone". Life here in South Dakota is going on pretty much as normal.

I have not missed one day of work to covid, I have not lost a single friend or family to covid.

PANIC, and those who promote PANIC, are the most dangerous enemies that we face.

This is MY ground, and this is where I will FACE covid and DEFEAT both covid and PANIC.

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Oct 17, 2020 12:44:11   #
ACP45 Loc: Rhode Island
 

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