Fear and Racism in the Matrix of Maximum Confusion

Dylan Charles, Editor
Waking Times

Like a ship lost at sea, battered by the angry seas, life goes on in the matrix of confusion.

At the whim of our social engineers, the media narrative changes every week now, with new crises and concerns emerging without warning, tossing public and political sentiment and discourse to and fro, while keeping us in the dark about the real, deeper issues at play in our world.

What about the Orwellian permanent war? Silence. Fukushima and the wholesale industrial rape of the earth? Silence. The Bankster criminals that are looting everyone and enslaving us all to phony debt? No perspective on this either.

The mainstream dialogue mocks the human condition, aways amplifying our most embarrassing qualities, while the architects of this madness send us one wild goose chase after another. It’s an emotional roller coaster for sure, but, it’s not news, it’s propaganda. And once you see through it for what it is, the man behind the curtain is easy to spot, and the fear is easy to bust.

1. derogatory – information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.

  • Maximum Confusion is the Control Matrix

    The mainline narrative is fear-driven, and it’s been deployed to desensitize you to insanity and keep you afraid, to narrow your perspective so that its easy for you to find division between yourself and everyone and everything else. It’s the activation of the reptilian brain they’re going for, to turn us all into self-absorbed and selfish competitors, so afraid of everything that we lash out falsely in self-defense at anything. It’s a machine that demands we consume ourselves with running circles on the hamster wheel of consumer life, always chasing fiat dollars and meaningless social esteem and advantage, forever looking for someone to beat, for someone to blame, and for someone else to save us.

    Keeping us forever too busy to look inward at the peace and depth to be discovered within the human spirit.

    Fear as propaganda is particularly insidious. It is not the type of immediate, visceral fear that happens in the presence of real danger. It’s more destructive and debilitating, like an invading entity that uses you as a host to spread itself to others while it consumes and slowly kills you. This type of fear impels you to live in the past, always questioning and doubting yourself, while keeping you anxious and worried about the future, always waiting and hoping for catastrophe.

    Most importantly, though, it keeps you distracted from the present, preventing you from experiencing stillness, and stealing your attention away from what is really happening in your life… right now. It wants you to abandon your own narrative and follow their script, so that you take a competitive stance against everyone, consume yourself with trivialities and burn up your energies infighting and edging for position amongst your neighbors and peers. You simply must not be allowed to unite.

    Divide and conquer, it’s called.

    Today the wedge is racism, and the goal is to shape your perception of current events so that a real problem appears to be rooted in intangible abstractions, with no clear place to direct your righteous outrage. You’re supposed to address the problems of the world by unleashing bigotry and hate, turning against your own community.

    Racism is of course real, and has been an institutional feature of American life since the beginning… just visit an Indian reservation or one of our industrial prisons, or take a look at the indiscriminate drone bombings of Pakistan by a Nobel Peace Prize winning puppet president. Right now, though, racism is being used as a tactic to cover up something else going on behind the curtain: the rise of the police state and the conversion of peace officers into a domestic army of militarized prison guards who work as tax collectors and punishers on behalf of the wealthy oligarchy.

    We’re all in this together, just as we’re all in the crosshairs when they train automatic weapons and LRAD sound cannons on our neighborhoods when the riot cops show up in force to silence free speech.

    An Attempted Hijacking of You

    This is confusion, maximum confusion, at every juncture in life. An infinite cheese-maze mousetrap of endless confusion, engineered this way to disempower us.

    This is the attempted hijacking of the real you, the infinite being that wears no masks, that part of you that has zero need to offer obedience to anyone, the one that controls external circumstances by being kind, present and internally aware. There is no racism within the infinite self, and if they can keep you from understanding and experiencing this, then we’re doomed to fight with each other for zero gain, and they win.

    So, in the face of one engineered crisis after another, with ever-rising intensity, we still have the same choice we’ve always had when dealing with the tyrants, propagandists and social engineers: give in to their fear and behave as they want us to, or to press further onward in our own awakening, insisting on breaking up the programming and psychological conditioning.

    Our struggle here is to awaken to the bigger issues at play in the decay of our sacred world, and to navigate the tumultuous seas of fear, triviality and distraction with the deftness and clarity of a samurai locked onto his target.

    Without our fear the matrix collapses.

    About the Author

    Dylan Charles is the editor of Waking Times and co-host of Redesigning Reality, both dedicated to ideas of personal transformation, societal awakening, and planetary renewal. His personal journey is deeply inspired by shamanic plant medicines and the arts of Kung Fu, Qi Gong and Yoga. After seven years of living in Costa Rica, he now lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where he practices Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and enjoys spending time with family. He has written hundreds of articles, reaching and inspiring millions of people around the world.

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