The innovative rebellion.

As unique individuals, we want to be able to take our own route in life, and no one should interfere with that.

The innovative rebellion.

When I talked about us having only a rebellion left last week, I was serious. Just as I was serious last Wednesday about, how you can deal with your personal process in this regard.

It's a real issue for humanity, and it has got everything to do with not wanting to be compartmentalized.

As free, independent individuals, we want to be able to take our own route in life, and no one should interfere with that.

It's our own explorative and creative process, and we all have ancestors who lived and died for it. Blood was spilled to secure that right for us, and we owe it to them to stand up for it.

Compartmentalization

However, this system of independence and freedom has been hacked. We now live in an age of compartmentalization both digitally, geographically, and medically.

Before long this phenomenon will have spread to other areas of life too, and we will be restricted in most of our doings and sayings.

The process is spearheaded by anything that creates an ongoing crisis in the world, like a pandemic, with the aim of spreading fear. But ultimately, it rests on the goal of the money system of the world being completely digitized.

As a result, our ability to pay for something anonymously will disappear. The people who control the technology of this system will de facto rule the world. If they don't like your way of living, or what you are saying, they will simply close down your cash flow — wherever it comes from.