Those who listened to the show with Drake thought the poll was about whether to go to war with the Cabal or negotiate with them. Then, the poll showed up with three items that could be part of the negotiation and a yes/no choice.
This raised a variety of questions:
- Why did the voting topics change?
- What other issues will be part of the negotiation?
- Who is the eligible to vote?
- Why do the few people who know Drake get to vote when others may not?
- Why did this happen so suddenly?
- Is there another agenda at work here?
- Why do we have to vote at such an ugly website?
These questions produced a variety of responses and side discussions as issues of ego, revenge, grandiosity, fear, and helplessness worked their way to the surface. I was reminded of similar recorded discussions from Philadelphia in the 1700s
Apparently, this is normal behavior whenever society approaches change.
It is how we wade through the muck that suddenly comes to the surface.
It is how we process and release the old so we can move to the new.
It is how we become clear on what we want to create.
In fact, this will continue until we achieve clarify.
What is the peaceful response to this controversy?
If you have questions about this process, ask them. Talk with others about them. Allow them to bubble to the surface until you are clear about how you want your world to appear.
Like I said, this is normal. I’ll devote my next article to this subject.
What is the peaceful response to this vote?
Follow the signs and don’t overthink this.
If I understand correctly, this is a poll. It is not an official vote.
It is a way for Drake and his team to evaluate whether these three topics are important to those who are for peace.
You may remember that Bill Wood/Brockbrader did the same type of thing. He asked people to contribute a dollar to the cause via PayPal. This was not a fundraising effort. It was an attempt to see how many people are serious about change.
If the White Hats are ready to move forward, I’m sure they would like to know how many people are behind them. It would be futile to lead a revolution and realize no one was following.
In my opinion, the lack of website sophistication, the rush to get a vote, and the other peripheral issues become irrelevant when looked at from this perspective. Websites can be complex and expensive. We all know that change happens in an instant.
For me, this is not about nitpicking the trivial details. It is about making progress.
I believe we are headed towards a peaceful world. I believe this requires abundance, the use of advanced technologies, and a common law system.
I believe this peaceful world will be one where we can trust people to be who they say they are, to act in good faith.
This vote is about those things.
Therefore, I support those things. I voted in good faith for abundance (what some call NESARA), advanced technologies, and a common law system.
I invite you to look within yourself and, if this is how you see a peaceful world, then take two minutes to construct an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and put the following in the subject line.
1. Yes 2. Yes 3. Yes
If you want to read more about this, you may use this link. If you misplace this link, I’ve included it in the right hand column of this website. It is my understanding that the voting ends at noon Saturday so the results can be used in scheduled negotiations with the Cabal,
By the way, if you are one of those who have trouble with the “ugly website.” An alternative site with more choices may be found here.
Late yesterday, Drake agreed to accept results from both sites.
Coming next… my promised article on how to hold a vision for World Peace.