A medley of freedom stickers!
Moments of our era — adhered to the BBC Manchester offices
When I did my write-up of the protest at the BBC Manchester studios on 11th February I left out one thing for brevity: pictures of the individual stickers being stuck all over the building.
Many of these come from The White Rose channel on Telegram. The basic choice is to live in love or fear, with the former leading towards the divine via connection, and the latter to damnation via control.
They aren’t called the Bolshevik Broadcasting Corporation for nothing.
Obedience gets your social credit in the short run, and enslaved or killed in the long run.
So many psychopaths to mock…
The enemy works by substituting their mass consciousness “normal” morality for your divine individual liberty.
“The answer is ‘money’. Now, what is your question?”
I don’t write about the Freemasons, and I know for a fact there are members who are fighting for the right side. But it is interesting to see their symbolism enter the zeitgeist. I stick to stuff I know about in my writing, as best I can, and secret societies aren’t my bailiwick.
How did we ever put muzzles on children with no questions asked?
Truth is not socially constructed; we cannot decide what is true, only discern it.
Deadly bad ideas spread like a disease across society.
More info here on this noteworthy movie. Ten bonus points to Martin for knowing where the famous image came from.
Are viruses like fashion, with flu being a miniskirt or flares, and will come back into vogue eventually?
It would be funny if it wasn’t so tragic.
Take their money away and they no longer have much power.
Someday historians will be combing over these cultural snapshots.
Hope that gave my mostly American audience a glimpse of the British mode of resistance against tyranny.
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Very inspiring. Thank you!
Great job, Martin, in capturing some of Brits' "resistance against tyranny." So inspiring!
And thanks to your continued efforts we will have some truth to share in our upcoming history lessons. Won't that be a nice change? 😉