– In celebration of variety and diversity and why the globalists love to hate it …
As much as it seems to be a natural trait in our DNA for living amongst ‘our own kind’, it is also for many of us not only a natural trait, but a real pleasure to live amongst diversity. Cultural and otherwise. Speaking for myself as a creative, it stimulates, inspires, opens up the senses and gives me great joy. Like many, I love variety. In fact we celebrate the idea of diversity in our culture. I can name a few such as ‘The Varieties’ when we think about theatre such as Leeds City Varieties – the oldest running music hall in England. Batley Variety Club, which became famous for variety shows which pulled in the great and the good from all around the world.
From global market to local market
And then we have the variety, colour and spectacle that are our bazaars, indoor and outdoor markets, the likes of which London’s Camden Market and Brixton Market offer in abundance. Take Brixton Market for instance, just off the equally well known Electric Avenue. Brixton is a multicultural icon of south London, and this particular market has witnessed a resurgence in the last 10 years or so precisely due to its multicultural diversity and variety of quality, quirky shops and eateries. It is primarily a series of indoor arcades, filled with all manner of manna from heaven in its niche bistros, bars and cafes, fresh fish stalls, ethnic textile emporiums, and bric-a-brac. This warren of arcades is full of character and characters simply having fun and enjoying the points of difference, its civilised vitality and opportunity for people watching. Its a favourite haunt for artists too.
It is an excellent example of precisely the kind of world humanity does very well in growing organically, without interference from big brother or big tech thank you very much. It is a far cry from all those artificial ‘equity’ markets that include derivatives and all the phony markets that made up the boom and bust cycles of iniquity we have witnessed getting out of hand in recent years, and indeed fomented the ruin of many people’s fortunes and livelihoods, especially in 2008.
No, the real markets we need and I have just breathed, that deal in real stock and trade, exemplify the great pleasure people have in offering quality, unique products and services, made and presented with imagination and flare. In fact, its just the kind of natural phenomena born of freedom of choice that the globalists strangely love to hate, and have gone out of their way to kill-off, with their big tech corporations and ‘chains’ that try to bind humanity to a relatively small selection of ‘choice’.
15 minute cities
Their latest incarnation of such control systems and policies number their ’15 minute cities’, and some oh so generously planned ‘20 minute cities’, where you won’t be able to drive or go anywhere more than 15 minutes from your home.
How could they possibly implement this? Through the Chinese model of ensuring digital compliance through ‘social credit scoring’, based on your ‘carbon footprint’, which notes and tracks the assumed carbon you are generating or using to travel. Your social credit score also includes whether you agree with and comply with the official line that has been handed down from above, through the mandarin hierarchy which generally means those men and women behind the curtain, as well as the usual suspects that run grandiose institutions such as The World Bank, The Bank of International Settlements (the central bank of central banks), the World Economic Forum, the United Nations and the like. Right down through all the governments that have signed-up to the top-down policies, who also hand the same policies further down the line to the regional and County Councils, who control the city councils. Which in turn influence and have ever greater control on our town councils with pernicious results.
This is the real vital living world which is currently under attack. But the people are fighting back, simply by being ourselves, connecting and mingling the way people have done for thousands of years. This is also our real future, nothing less will do thank you.
A cunning power shift with a twist
But just in case you didn’t know it, the power shift en trend at the moment is to shift power into the regions, meaning the County Councils. Which sounds great on the surface, except if we dig deeper we find that the leaders or CEOs of the County Councils are all ‘Common Purpose’ trained – a sneaky, non-transparent organisation, which is influenced largely by that equally Orwellian sounding group called Young Global Leaders, which is an initiative of the WEF and the same globalists who are out to control whatever they can get their techy tacky hands on.
What we find is these largely unheard of and unelected, unaccountable organisations are precisely the corporate sprung people that wield the power, and are interconnected by degrees. We may as well throw in Club Of Rome, The Tavistock Institute, The Office on Foreign Relations and yes, even The Cabinet Office, which has some interesting history and connections according to Michael Shrimpton QC, who was a practising judge, until he didn’t fall into line with the globalists and was subsequently framed by British intelligence services. Some of these chaps are not working to protect the people or serve our better interests. But that’s another story.
But far from me to be a dooms-monger. This is Brighter Times after all, and our secret weapon of choice, is to celebrate and opt for precisely the thing the puppeteers hate, truth, openness and naturally living through diversity.
So, at the next opportunity, I’m off down to Brixton Market to gawp, sup and support the very thing that keeps humanity alive and kicking. Hopefully, we can all encourage more diversity in our local communities too. Now that’s what I call a blueprint of many colours!
Paul Heaney, January 2023
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