Pray look better, sir . . . those things yonder are not giants but windmills.
Our greatest foes, whom we must chiefly combat, are within.
— Miguel de Cervantes, 1615
Once upon a time, not that long ago, people depended on their horses and buggies to get around. The automobile was a shocking new invention that scared horses and changed the nature of reality. So it should come as no surprise that our reality should change and we should be shocked by the changes.
Maybe the worst of our new insanity is that our government is trying to kill us instead of protect us in order to make a healthier world. What does that say about the notion of progress? And how dark does that render our fearful future as we self-flagellate toward our own oblivion?
The sci-fi notion of Ray Bradbury that a fireman’s job was to start fires rather than put them out has become true with our current government that deliberately commits crimes instead of trying to solve them. Think of all those towns mysteriously burned to a crisp by beams from above, or a school whose children are murdered but whose names never show up in the obituaries.
In all these transitions, mainstream history is shattered and a new narrative begins. Today, suspicions about the falsification of history abound. Is the Earth round or flat? Does outer space really exist? Or are we living in a simulation?
The hoax of the moon missions stare us in the face as NASA now admits we “lost” the technology to travel to outer space. The presentations of the expensive new telescopes are revealed as elaborate fictions make us question our so-called “scientific” facts.
Meanwhile, billions of dollars and the efforts of billions of humans are wasted on imaginary enterprises designed to make us believe we are in control of our reality as we battle an enemy that has actually been created by the people supposed to be fighting it. I once called al-Qaida “the perfect enemy” because it was a force that could never be clearly identified; this was before it was revealed to be a prop created by our own government.
Likewise the notion of diseases that need to be cured are really consequences of our own inventions, either deliberate or accidental, that become very profitable ventures but don’t necessarily cure anything except the temporary but widespread human compulsion to fleece the gullible of their valuables. And all too often their lives.
We have been taught that humans all came out of Africa and spread around the world with no explanation of different colors of skin and habits of mind, until the ancient Vedic legends reveal that the white race came out of the North Pole, and domesticated every civilization known to man.
Were whites the giants who ate the brown little people and earned the enmity of all those mongrels who have turned on them today and want them dead? The women liked those big strong white guys, just as today they like the big strong black ones, so this is how we got all the tan ones who can no longer think.
How did all this happen, you ask?
Well, as usual, the reports are divided between good and evil, with the motives of the combatants depending on which side you’re on. All the legends seem to involve a battle in outer space, and some seem to say — an increasingly popular idea — that the remnants of our controllers reside inside our planet issuing commands that determine how the retards on the surface decide to kill each other.
Is that an any more fantastic idea than some mysterious demiurge etching commandments into a stone tablet manipulating his chosen tribe until killing everybody else so they rule the garbage dump they have created over the entire planet?
And these are only the superficial changes we address. The most profound of the remaining questions are the question if anything we have been taught to believe are really true.
Was it eating meat that turned us all into incorrigible killers, and that prior to the collapse of the great water canopy that once garbed the Earth in a purple twilight, we survived on a diet of nutritious nuts and berries, which even today everyone knows is the healthiest way to live?
More recently, is the Deep State a matter of just the United States or does it include the requirements of both Russia and China, as well as all the other municipal states in the world, so that anything it advocates is not for the benefit of any particular citizenry, but for the demons who tighten our purse strings for the purpose of suffocating control.
If you consider Jews actual human beings, how do you explain why they want to kill everyone else they do not consider human beings? What does that mean to you, now that you are about to be included among their victims?
Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes is widely regarded as the oldest novel in Western literature (early 1600s) and perhaps is best noted for the phrase “tilting at windmills,” which connotes striving for a goal that cannot possibly succeed. It is, by the way, improperly interpreted by Google, as are so many other meanings twisted into deception and delirium by the controllers of our lives.
“When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams — this may be madness. Too much sanity may be madness — and maddest of all: to see life as it is, and not as it should be!”
— Miguel de Cervantes, don Quixote
And the windmills? Are they ours or theirs? Are we ours or theirs, that’s the bigger question. It is a question we will never be able to answer as long as we remain afraid to ask it.
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida, constantly trying to figure out why we are destroying ourselves, and pinpointing a corrupt belief system as the engine of our demise. Solely dependent on contributions from readers, please support his work by mail: 6871 Willow Creek Circle #103, North Port FL 34287 USA.
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