Once engendered through false claim of an external threat, against which authority commands obedience, and once passed down through generations, loyalty to nation-states can be converted, by their leaders, into loyalty to any project, irrespective of ethics, simply via its association with the nation’s flag. This is idolatory, as warned about by followers of the one, true God.
Flag-allegiance is the same as the brand fetishism used by corporations to command customer loyalty through advertising, regardless of their product’s quality. In light of the actual corporation-status of most nation states — circulated widely in the global freedom movement — loyalty to countries fuses, completely, with loyalty to brands. The former was used to harness previous generations, especially the post WW2 generation, and the latter to profit from and manipulate post-60s youth, as, over 60 years, the muscles of a newly-romanticised working class, and the Wrangler-ruggedness of self-built America, slid to a celebration, pushed shamelessly by the same authors, of transgenderism, anti-white racism, dependency on the state, and — most recently — the woke-martyrdom of embracing abusive lockdowns and needless, coerced, toxic jabs.
As Professor Dolores Cahill reminded us, when interviewed on the 3rd October by Matt Le Tissier, the size of a lie is not only proportional to the size of the manipulation that it affords, but also to the ease of its selling to a public, who think that global news stories must be true due to their scale, without realising that most of the world’s seemingly diverse governments, corporations and media platforms are controlled by the same people, making huge myths easy to spread.
The fact that this has been true for centuries further means that even the oldest, and best educated, often have, as their foundations for learning, only partial truths, the very part-veracity of which works with their emotional attachment to those long-held beliefs, to make new enlightenment more difficult.
For Britain’s Second World War generation, reconsidering the British state’s honesty in light of manifest scamdemic lies, is harder than a teenager’s seeing that Nike trainers are over-priced, since the former group was deceived by simulated high ideals, sold through sophisticated language, not a naked appeal to vanity.
The evil forces common, both, to the British Empire and modern branding have coarsened their language as, over decades, their plans have debased society. These forces use idolatory to manipulate, at all stages of the process. Through worship not of God, but of the nation’s mortal leadership, they unite one herd, and divide it from others, in a planned process which presents a false reality as an obvious norm, established as a platform to control with falsehood’s that are fortified by decades of engendered delusion.
Escaping this bubble of ignorance demands detachment from the flag- and brand-based idols, which have long hijacked divine worship. Salvation demands sole connection to the energy and thus the love of the one, true light, which unites its seekers in trust, and in an ability to debate diverse Earthly viewpoints in a common, divine context: one that is palpable to all who are open.
Seeking forgiveness for the cosmic fall that landed us in this reduced, Earthly consciousness is the process of re-ascension: as long as that forgiveness is sought from the true summit of creation which, in a symmetrical universe, must be unique.