His article brings balance and perspective to the situation. It could even be called a “peaceful response.”
Wilcock reported on his phone conversation with Drake where he learned that Drake has three different insider sources with senior military clearance. Each independently told him this week that they are about to begin mass arrests of senior Cabal conspirators within days.
They also told him that Alex Jones and Rush Limbaugh were given similar information and told to keep quiet until things actually start happening.
David goes on to add that, even though he wishes it was otherwise, his sources have not told him the arrests are ready to begin.
Then, he discusses what might be going on if the arrests don’t actually happen. He covers several options including Drake being deceived by his sources, a counterintelligence technique called “DDT” (decoy, distract, and trash), and a “fake out” to see how The Cabal will respond to the announcement of arrests.
This last possibility carries extra weight based on Drake’s sources’ claim that “every light in the Washington DC offices was on all night” after the alert was issued. (Of course, they may have been debating their response to the upcoming SCOTUS’ decision about Obamacare and the Attorney General’s predicament. There was a lot going on that night.)
David stands by Drake as a source. He believes Drake is sincere and honest. However, since he doesn’t know Drake’s sources, he can’t vouch for them.
Wilcock then adds his own opinion on the situation.
He doesn’t think the arrests will happen yet because the public isn’t ready.
What it would take for the public to be ready?
In his mind, it is the fall of the Euro and the Dollar.
Said another way, the financial situation has to get worse.
Centralized systems must fail.
The situation has to be so bad that society will accept anarchy.
Doesn’t anarchy imply political disorder and lawlessness?
Doesn’t anarchy lead to violent revolutions and destruction?
Doesn’t anarchy destroy civilizations and societies?
Carne Ross doesn’t think so. The observations in his book The Leaderless Revolution: How Ordinary People Will Take Power and Change Politics in the 21st Century coincide with the implications within Wilcock’s ideas.
He demonstrates that, when faced with great adversity, humanity has traditionally risen to the occasion to resolve it. In addition, the resolution has been more likely to be effective in the absence of government, what some would call anarchy.
A strong centralized system sends the message that everything is under control. Therefore, no one has to do anything.
However, when anarchy exists, each person is more inclined to step in and contribute to the solution.
From Ross’ perspective, this is what is needed for our society to evolve. We can no longer rely on someone else to do it for us.
Therefore, anarchy may indeed be the peaceful response.
I’ll continue this thought tomorrow.