Story Shot 25, by Brian R. Wright PDF Version, 12 March 2021
Note: This is the third in a series of three columns on the CBS affliction. Pt. I, Pt. 2.
If you have not read the first two Stonebeams in this series please do so to provide a framework and context for this one. Second, a special thanks to a special freedom warrior woman from, of all places, Jolly Ol’ (England), for the image at the right… and, more, for being an enthusiastic contributing audience, which has deeply encouraged me to write on the collective-brain syndrome (CBS) Strategy, Decollaring Guide, and Indie consciousness in general: Hail Susie of Sherwood Forest.
Instead of stretching the Robin Hood referent, let’s go to Hans Christian Andersen’s Denmark and his The Emperor’s New Clothes. Little Susie is today’s ‘Little Child’ of the fable, stating the obvious that the emperor wears no clothes.
Still the same old story, the perfect metaphor for holding the great collared-mind masses in bondage and in homage to—not so much the king, rather—the charlatan-soothsayer leeches and puppeteers who pull the strings of throne power.
In our modern case that’s the Klaus Schwabs and Friends of the Great Reset.
I’ll transition to a parallel analogy, the Wizard of Oz, to share a common truth:
Both the Grand Wiz and Naked King entourage generate a Grand Illusion, a Big Lie, to hypnotize a public rendered largely unconscious and compliant by OFFICIAL STORIES leveraging CBS. The Oz Tranceotron of smoke and audiovisuals, today, is TV.
How does Toto pull back the curtain on that, expose the old guy and his levers?
Then how do we rise like Dorothy to read the feeble dude the riot act and go home?
Here are plausible steps I see for Indies getting and keeping the CBS cure rolling: Continue reading