When’s the Anger stage?

Or did we already move right into acceptance, bypassing anger totally?

If anyone is still doubting how serious it really is—this global coup-d’etat happening right now, right under our noses—then this is the video for you!

How the World Economic Forum Is Getting The ’Great Reset’ Done

Author: KenshoHomestead

Creatively working toward self-sufficiency on the land.

10 thoughts on “When’s the Anger stage?”

  1. Very true. And that’s such an important book in understanding how this system is operating overall. I think Alison does a really good job (not necessarily in this article, but in much of her work) creating a bridge between the Native American perspective of life and how the technocratic agenda will eventually make ‘reservations’ of us all, colonizing our bodies and minds as they have the lands and populations. Good to know we’ve got some real intelligent, determined, good folk on our side!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this link, KH. It does look relevant and incredibly disturbing. I look forward to reading it when I have a little more time to consider it thoughtfully. My quick skim reminded me of other efforts to impose corporate agendas. I am sure you have encountered the work of John Perkins, “an economic hitman.” Here’s a link to an interview with him just in case you haven’t – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8ZEFpHGFZA.. It’s so hard to keep up with all of the efforts to control and destroy, and so slow to try to heal and prevent harm.

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  3. Thank you Carol for sharing this and for your very generous thoughts, I’m really touched by your kind spirit and efforts! I feel the ‘blue flame’ of anger is the only one that is sustainable over time without burning one out too much, and that is fueled by a need to protect, as you’ve noticed. There will be much transition and I think you are very aware of how that will impact folks (already is) and the resources that must be cultivated for that time (now!) and your links and your blog posts are helpful and inspiring and come from the heart and I feel that very much, and they further feed my blue flame. So appreciate you and you sharing your wisdom! 🙂

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  4. A thought-provoking, post, KH. I don’t expect you to publish my comment, but I do want to thank you for raising views that may be unpopular. Your posts do make people look at uncomfortable truths. And while I understand your anger at the many threats we face, and sometimes share the anger (perhaps rage is a more apt descriptor) because of the threat posed to all life, joy, and beauty, living with anger has never been healthy or productive for me.
    Your post reminded me of something I just read about the nature of power: https://philosophyindefinitely.wordpress.com/2021/12/03/michel-foucault-epistemes-and-power/.

    The challenge for all of us is the need to break free from our programming to better see reality, but I’m not sure many people could even do so if they wanted to. Their lives may be too filled with efforts to merely survive. For others, the grief, and then anger, might be too much to bear, as Kübler-Ross’ model suggests (https://www.psycom.net/depression.central.grief.html). And yet others like Klaus Schwab may actually have become too monstrous to care (https://www.kosmosjournal.org/article/seeing-wetiko-on-capitalism-mind-viruses-and-antidotes-for-a-world-in-transition/).

    I have learned to accept the fact that there are things I cannot change, but that doesn’t mean I have stopped trying to do what I can to raise others’ awareness, even though I have often had to live with the consequences when it challenged those in positions of power. For short moments of time, a few people have been buffered from harm and gone on to help others.

    I admire what you are doing to challenge the status quo. I am continually amazed by your courage and incredibly well-informed efforts to live ethically and sustainably. What you do as a steward for nature and other beings is inspiring and exemplifies living in balance and deep caring. Your hard work symbolizes a path of hope. It may not change the world, although I wish it would, but it is a point of light in a time of incredible darkness.

    Again, you need not post this comment. I just felt it was important to share another perspective about “power” along with my respect for your work and my best wishes. 💜

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