Troubles in the World
One day I was thinking ‘bout the troubles in the world
And how it would be without all those nasty quarrels
People helping people, and putting aside their different hero’s
But then I look around and see apathetic eyes
not much of a concern to my very own surprise
How can it be that I don’t see a better life
What can I do to end all this mortal strife
Where have we come from and where shall we all go
When will I see a better life
Well some of these questions are hard to answer, what do you know
An important human problem and it really shows
I guess most of these solutions just might be hidden in prose
Held by wise of the globe
and there’s only a few of those
So I looked around, what did I find,
A never-ending task and journey through time
Oh lord I’ve found a way but I’m still not quite at home
I know it’s not exactly where, but only how you go
I’ve only learned a few things, There’s still so much to know
When will I see a better life
Mardi, Novembre 4, 1986
words and music: DCG
The world can be a very troublesome thing. An elite globalist agenda, progressive generations of dehumanized youths born into a world heading towards servitude, poverty of mind, spirit and body facing worldwide epidemic proportions with the souls of many in the hands of a few. I wrote the song above 27 years ago and sadly have found the world is operating in a similar construct if not in an accelerated form from the words that was penned so long ago.
The sorrows felt from a lifetime of observations run deep in the soul’s of those who have suffered personal losses, angst, losses of faith, and loneliness by the side of atrocities committed in the ages of man. It goes beyond comprehension for some who have never truly reflected upon their losses, or have not the courage to look at their situations in an honest way. Tis it better to avoid a confrontation with the unpleasant life truths we choose to deny or that we do not hold any agents or brokers of governance accountable to these ideas and we just tolerate them? Is it better to live in denial; is ignorance closer to being blissful? Can one truly escape the realities that each of us face if we ignore, reject or dismiss the cruelties of these crimes upon humanity?
Is this the direction my mind must make? I cannot shut off the streams of information that flood me everyday with the rot and stench of a humanity heading for tyranny and ruin. It is as if I am the beacon for such calamity, and this places me in a perpetual unrest as I see the world around me. In my studies I have found peace to mitigate these evil acknowledgements and has directed me towards the truly loving natures of being human. The compassion, benevolence, and generosity of citizens is being systematically eviscerated from a corruption of a materialism that has spread like a cultural pathosis around the world.
A compelling book and documentary (with its share of flaws), started me off again on my rants this weekend. The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism is a 2007 book by the Canadian author Naomi Klein, and is the basis of a 2009 documentary by the same name directed by Michael Winterbottom.
The book argues that the free market policies of Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman have risen to prominence in some countries because of a deliberate strategy of certain leaders to exploit crises by pushing through controversial, exploitative policies while citizens were too busy emotionally and physically reeling from disasters or upheavals to create an effective resistance. It is implied that some man-made crises, such as the Iraq war, may have been created with the intention of pushing through these unpopular reforms in their wake.
I urge you to do your own research. Not everything you hear or read will be true, but nothing is better than discovering for yourself after reviewing many sources that you have been misled by the sources you thought you could trust. I’ve listed some examples of what is out there not owned by the media sources you may normally go to.
- 166 Free Must See Online Documentaries (naturalcuresnotmedicine.com)