Thursday, January 14, 2016

A Shift Is Happening | 42% of Americans Ditch Two-Party System, Say Government Is Biggest Problem

In our world today, we are trained to think in dualities of a polarized nature. If one labels themselves a democrat, then by definition, they must be against republicans. If one labels themselves as pro-life, then they must also be anti-pro-choice. This is a master stroke for the powers that should not be because we literally train ourselves to be confrontational and combative, arguing over a representation instead of focusing on the substance underneath a label's glossy exterior. In other words, we've been trained to think in the most shallow and insignificant ways, brandishing terms like good and bad to shield ourselves from the truth of our lack of comprehension.

One of the best examples of this polarization of consciousness, what has been called the divide and conquer technique, is the political system.

Democrats and Republicans, as describe by the media, are fundamentally opposed to each other. And for hundreds of years, this form of social indoctrination has kept humanity distracted, it has kept brother pitted against brother, daughter pitted against mother, and so on. But consider that between right wing republicans and left wing democrats is a central body of the control matrix, a fascist state seeking to dominate and control everyone. Even within our own body, the left, and right hands are called 'extremities,' and if one follows the root of each hand far enough, they eventually become one at the trunk of the body, this symbolic allegory is not by chance, I think.

But in our shifting times, an incredible thing has happened. Even within the legions of unawakened masses, there is now a growing recognition that the central problem we face is not the economy, or the war on terror, or any other issue, it is the government itself.

In 2014, for the first time in Gallup poll history, the government was named the central problem facing Americans today. In addition, out of the persons polled, 42% did not self-identify as either republican or democrat. In my view, this is a huge indication that humanity, is in fact, shifting consciousness away from distractions and self-defeating control mechanisms. And this trend was not isolated to 2014, it has continued on through 2015 and the beginning of 2016.

Related 8 Hopeful Signs For 2016 | A Consciousness Shift Is Happening in the World

Granted this does not mean humanity is ready to truly become sovereign and self-governing, nay that requires willingness and profound knowledge. But it does indicate, in my view, that at a subconscious level, people are beginning to identify with reality and not the illusions of identity which keep us divided.

In my personal observation of the control matrix, one of the central focuses is to get the individual, via their own free will choice, to separate and divide themselves from their fellows, to slowly blunt perception of reality itself. One of the ways to do this is to condition the mind to see representations of reality - a label, stereotype, creed, and so on - instead of reality itself. Probably one of the best examples of this is when being carded for purchasing alcohol.

If one attempts to buy alcohol with an expired ID, the clerk is required to deny purchase, because the ID is invalid. But clearly if one was over the age of 21, whether their ID is valid or not does not change their age. This is a situation where someone literally chose illusion over reality, in this case, that somehow you are no longer over the age of 21 because your ID expired. This makes no logical sense whatsoever, and it reveals one point of self-policing control in a tapestry of sophistries designed to condition the mind into accepting illusion, fiction, and falseness over reality itself.

The fact that 42% of Americans no longer identify with polarized labels suggests a consciousness shift is undoubtedly underway. This trend was matched by a recent poll taken this year, and by all accounts, this explains why Donald Trump, promoted as a self-made independent republican, is gaining so much support. Because at a deep level, the truth is finally beginning recognized, and eventually, all falsehoods will collapse under the weight of denied truth.

Related Is Donald Trump Playing Out A Strategy For The NWO? Or Is He A Wild Card?

Perhaps this year will indeed be the year for global change, but at the very least, we can take solace in knowing that our effort to spread the truth and awaken the masses is having an effect.

Related 2016 Agenda for Disclosure? | The Opening of Pandora's Suitcase

So keep embodying the truth with everything you do, for it works in unseen ways, over vast distances of time and space, slowly transforming reality, and will eventually break through all barriers, if we are willing to follow it wherever it takes us.

- Justin

Source - Zero Hedge

More people in the United States than ever are breaking away from the political duopoly by refusing to self-identify as either Democrat or Republican — and they now effectively comprise the true silent majority: Independents.

According to a Gallup poll released Monday, for 2015, just 29% of respondents call themselves Democrats, while 26% identify as Republicans — but fully 42% say ‘nay’ to both parties and claim to be Independents, down only marginally from 43% last year. Indeed, Independents as a group reached 40% of the population for the first time in 2011, and have comprised at least that percentage since then.
Before Gallup began polling by phone in 1988, “there were several years when the average percentage of Republican identifiers … was lower than 25%.” But for Democrats, that self-identification reached a 27-year low, down from the previous year’s 30% — and because “data from 1951-1987 collected in person never found a yearly average Democratic identification less than 37%,” it is “safe to conclude that the current 29% is also the lowest in Gallup polling history.”
When pressed further, 16% of Independents admitted leaning Democratic and another 16% admitted a Republican tendency, evidencing the weight of the two-party system on voters’ feelings, as Gallup pointed out, “because in most elections, voters are asked to choose a candidate from one of the two parties.”
What could explain this virtual nadir in party identification? It’s the gub’ment, stupid.
For the second year in a row, exasperation with the government topped the U.S. populace’s list of pressing grievances in a separate Gallup poll. They named it the nation’s number one problem more often than the ubiquitous ‘economy.’ In fact, of the last 15 years, the economy was the top complaint eight times — including each of the six years prior to the government, itself, taking first place in 2014.
With party fervor inevitably headed for a crescendo with the 2016 presidential race in full swing, perhaps the lackluster red and blue loyalty evidences the precursor to a shift. Imagine the possibilities should this silently growing majority decide to cast votes outside the two-party platform. Maybe, just maybe, these Independents have begun to see the duopoly for what it is — two sides of the same tarnished coin.


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