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Many ‘truth’ websites have tried to do the best job they can to highlight sources of incompetence and corruption throughout all levels of society today. Take, for example, the UK Column. To a large extent this started with Brian Gerrish’s research, and his exposure of the insidious Common Purpose organisation, and the UK Column has continued to expand outwards from there.

That’s all well and good, and well worth complimenting.

In terms of ‘problem exposure’ the UK Column has done a massive job. And so has David Icke, of course, and many others – too numerous to mention. But there is an inherent problem when it comes to that ‘exposure’. To some extent, it could be considered ‘a question of timing’.

Please allow me to explain.

People can become ‘overloaded’. Overloaded with anything ... sweeties, chocolates, ice-cream ... and even ‘problem exposure’. So, the question of timing is ... when to stop.

That is, when to stop before ‘brain overload’ sets in.

Because once ‘brain overload’ sets in, de-humanisation sets in. Stalin said: “One death is a tragedy; One million deaths is a statistic”. We could say “One problem exposure is a tragedy; One million problem exposures is a statistic”, couldn’t we?

Isn’t there a time when ‘enough becomes enough’?

You see, the thing about ‘problem exposure’ is that it is very necessary. To start with. To bring the problems to light. It generates anger – to be sure – but it also generates a certain amount of fear at the same time, as in “If they could get away with that, just think of what else they could do?”.

Is that not so?

I think it is. And so we have a problem of balance. Balancing the anger (which we need as a spur) against the fear (that we don’t need too much of, because it will hold us back). Which leads us back to ‘timing’, in the form of ‘when to stop’.

Or when to include a different tack into everyone’s equation.

Which now brings me, almost, to the point I’m trying to make.

Because there is, in existence, another tack. It’s called ‘solution exposure’. The objective of solution exposure being to complement problem exposure, with knowledgeable solutions to the problems as exposed.

And that leads directly to this chapter, as a preface to others I hope to write. The reason for that is because – for the last five years – myself and many others have been working to gather solutions, and, in doing so, have acquired a considerable body of knowledge, in that respect.

One example of this could be considered the UK Column’s (to return to them, for a moment) recent initiative to send a Writ of Mandamus to David Cameron and George Osborne, commanding (as such a Writ does) that they immediately take steps to implement a modern equivalent to the 1914 Bradbury Treasury Notes , thereby forming our future debt- and interest-free monetary system.

But there’s a lot more to that effort, and a lot more background we have acquired.

You see, what we’ve learned, in the last five years or so, is that ‘knowledge acquired’ reduces the fear factor that problem exposure creates. It doesn’t reduce the anger factor, which still remains an essential driving force, but it creates clearer minds and thoughts all round. Furthermore, knowledge enables one to focus one’s anger more acutely on the root causes of the problem.

However, and somewhat paradoxically, increasing the knowledge factor can – when put into practice – seriously increase what we call the fun factor. The paradox is, of course, the juxtaposition between anger and fun. However, if we lose the ability to laugh, then I suggest the Human Race is well and truly over. Even amongst all the angst, does Monty Python’s Fish-Slapping Dance not make you laugh?

So, in short, what I hope to do here, is to create a series of articles – as many as may be necessary - in order to start exposing solutions. I will, as far as possible, confine myself to those exposures with some kind of proven track record, because the very last thing I would wish to do is to present information which could turn out to be detrimental to anyone.

This Chapter simply sets the scene, so Readers can know what to expect in further Chapters. In that respect, this introduction is very light on the sort of information being talked about, however I will add one piece of essential and valid information, which I hope will provide food for thought.

Let me first of all quote the Hopi Indians, when they told us “We ... are the ones we’ve all been waiting for”.

Now, that doesn’t say “David Icke is the one we’ve all been waiting for”. Nor does it say “Brian Gerrish is the one we’ve all been waiting for”, any more than it says “Veronica Chapman is the one we’ve all been waiting for”.

It says “We”. And that includes YOU.

Yes, you.

And what it’s trying to say, by using the word “We”, and by not identifying any single ‘saviour’ or ‘messiah’, is that WE are the ones who MUST FINALLY REALISE that WE responsible for saving ourselves.


Now I’m fully aware that many people consider Jesus Christ said: “The only way to salvation was through him”. And they take that to mean ‘praying to him’. And thereby ‘passing the buck’ to him, to some extent. But there is another perfectly decent interpretation (especially based on the fact that there was no tape recorder in existence at the time, in order to record any exact words that may have been said). The alternative interpretation (which, by the way, I suggest is a better interpretation) is “The only way to salvation is though the ideals that have been attributed to Jesus Christ”.

Which, translated, means YOU MUST ACCEPT THE RESPONSILITY FOR SAVING YOURSELF –and you do that according to the ideals attributed to Jesus Christ.

I suggest this makes sense. I suggest it makes sense because, if you look back through history, you must surely come to the conclusion that ‘following Leaders’ is an experiment that always fails. One quick glance should surely be sufficient?

It also makes sense because, if everyone is busy saving themselves, how come you can expect them to have the time to save you, as well? Wouldn’t that be just a little arrogant, don’t you think?

Well that’s my view, anyway. And that wraps up this introduction, except to say one more thing.

Unless, and until, we all learn to stop following Leaders, and learn to take responsibility for our own lives, and not to expect to keep passing the buck on to others, I do not believe the Human Race will make any spiritual progress(*) whatsoever, and will be continually looked-down-upon by any other advanced races that may exist in this Universe.

(*) Please note what is meant by “Spirituality” here. It does not mean “Religion”. It means “Expansion of one’s Consciousness and Awareness of one’s place within the Universe”, whereas “Religion” means “Contraction of one’s Consciousness and Awareness of one’s place within the Universe, by the application of dogma”.

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