How Ordinary People Can Resist the Reset

If you’re vaguely uncomfortable with the way things are going these days, and are starting to suspect that there may just be something to the talk about elite parasites, and how they want to, well, take over the world and make the rest of humanity slaves, it can seem pretty overwhelming.

(Of course, if you dismiss anyone who doubts the establishment news as a crackpot conspiracy theorist who doesn’t deserve to be heard, then just put your mask back on, grab the chips, and sit down before your TV screen. You think I’m a nut. I think you’re hypnotized. But later, if you want to talk about knitting or gardening or autumn colors, we can connect on that.)

Back to those who feel overwhelmed: I understand. The parasites, at the moment, appear to have it all: money, power, media influence, government servants to put their bidding into place. And that’s a lot. They’re obviously getting much done with the materialist ingredients at their disposal. It doesn’t hurt that so many people watch TV, listen to politicians, and follow “Influencers” on social media — and believe them.

Think long and hard about whom you trust. There won’t be many who deserve to be believed and honored. Colombiana, art print by Steve Henderson

But what power parasites don’t have is truth. Or goodness. Kindness. Compassion. Love. Understanding. Joy. These non-materialist elements, which integrate together to create life that is worth living and pursuing, are actually stronger than money, power, and mandates. Because despite money, power, and mandates being imposed upon humanity, by elites, from farther back than we can remember, humanity still survives, and the majority of people throughout history have sought and continue to seek to live lives that incorporate truth, goodness, kindness, compassion, love, understanding, and joy.

That’s point one. Make it your starting point.

If you acknowledge God in any form, go on from there — our Creator is perfect, the source and embodiment of truth, goodness, kindness, compassion, love, understanding joy. If these things matter to you, it’s because they mattered to Him first. And they still matter.

It may seem like he’s not doing much, but in the same way we don’t want to forget that our enemies are not other, real, ordinary people, even if they don’t vote the way we’d vote (if we vote) but the sludge that has risen to the top and is floating there, we don’t want to mistake the author of good as our enemy simply because we can’t understand how he does things.

He doesn’t hurt, he doesn’t damage, and he doesn’t hate. Those are good things to remember.

Practical Things Ordinary People Can Do

Now, let’s look at some some practical, everyday things to do that aren’t so impossible that we can’t accomplish them. This list is a starting point, and while what’s in it may seem small and insignificant, remember that the power parasites micromanage, and they don’t like it when individuals act like individuals. Our goal is to stop acting like mice or lemmings or zombies and start acting like individual, thinking beings:

  1. Turn off your TV, and better yet, get rid of it. It’s really nothing more than a propaganda machine, making you feel bad that you don’t own the right car, have enough friends, or look skinny enough. The “news” is a series of government press releases that keeps you on edge, anxious, questioning, wondering what will happen next, and feeling as if you are completely and totally powerless. Which is how “they” want you to feel: if you’re convinced that you’re helpless, then you won’t do what you need to do to help yourself and your family.

2. Regarding the “news,” look for alternatives, ones that aren’t funded by Blackrock, the billionaires, and the trillion-dollar corporations. You’ll have to do some curating here, but it’s like homeschooling versus public school — you may make mistakes, but anything you find and do is better than the establishment option. (By the way, it’s not a matter of choosing Fox over CNN. They’re both establishment media.)

When It Comes to Business, Think Small

3. Support small business. The behemoths — Amazon, Costco, Walmart — aren’t only part of the problem, they profit off of the problem, and when you give them your money, you only make them bigger and profiting more. Yes, it’s inconvenient to look for options; yes, you might have to pay a bit more because true small businesses don’t get the special treatment behemoths do — but your dollar someplace else makes a difference. It’s just a dollar, I know, and in the power parasites’ eyes you’re just a nobody, but nobody that you are and dollar that it is — they WANT your obedience and your money. Take pleasure in not giving either to them.

While you’re at it, support those businesses that treasure freedom and individual choice, you know, the ones that don’t insist you prove your obedience to the latest government mandates by showing a card proving that you rolled up your sleeve, or wearing a funny item over your face, or adjusting your behavior to conform to the edicts of the “experts.”

4. Learn to cook. This is one of my mantras, because cooking is something any of us can do on some level, and it is the beginning step toward independence. As with anything, there is a learning curve, both in ability and your taste buds (recognize that commercial industrial food is designed to be addictive), but just keep at it. Every meal you make from scratch is something you don’t buy from a behemoth “food” producer.

Everything We Learn to Do Improves Us

5. While we’re at it, as you’ve turned off the TV and NOT replaced it with scrolling through your phone, learn to do something, anything — grow a tomato plant, knit a hat, create a card and send it to someone. Not only are you living life in real time as opposed to vicariously experiencing the imaginary world of the myth-makers, you’re gaining confidence in your ability to innovate, practice, solve problems, seek solutions. It doesn’t matter how small the steps are — they are steps. You don’t move at all when you’re watching TV. The power parasites want you inert, afraid, helpless, reliant upon them and their “solutions” to the problems they are creating.

6. Remember who the enemy is. As frustrating as the hypnotized are, they are, at base, not the enemy. This isn’t to say that they aren’t dangerous, because the especially obedient are so enslaved to the words of their masters that they will turn you in to the “authorities” if they feel that you’re not following the rules, and thereby endangering the ENTIRE PLANET because We’re All In This Together you know and We Support the Latest Thing and censorship is perfectly okay because We Don’t Want People to Think WRONG THOUGHTS. But at base, they, and anybody who doesn’t believe exactly the way we do, are ordinary people, and the power parasites are attacking ordinary people.

It’s not a matter of Republicans versus Democrats or conservatives against liberals or vaccinated against unvaccinated or people who believe in God against people who don’t or people who eat organic versus those who frequent fast food restaurants — all the dichotomies we suffer under were created by the overlords to obscure the fact that there are two distinct classes, or castes, that make all the difference: the rich and powerful who want to rule the planet versus regular people who want to live and just live, and treat others as equals.

Evil Exists

7. Accept the fact that evil exists. I’ll never forget the conversation I had with a local newspaper reporter who told me, “I can’t believe that a cabal of rich people would gather together and work against the people of the world. If I believed that evil like that existed, I would have to kill myself.” She’s still alive, and still printing press releases from the government.

You may not overtly and shamelessly lie, but the parasites do. If you fail to accept that evil exists, you will be fooled by people who actively embrace it. And by evil, I don’t mean someone who swears or who drinks or who doesn’t go to church. I mean someone who deliberately hurts and harms others for pleasure and profit.

How You Think Determines How You Will Act

What it all boils down to is this: you have one life on this planet, and while there are many things that are out of your control, there are a whole lot of them that are still in it. That starts with your thoughts.

How you think determines how you will act, and how you act makes an impact on not only your life, but that of others. The power parasites know this: that’s why they spend so much time and money on propagandizing you through TV, political speeches, newspapers, social media, movies, music, art, and more. If they could impose their will upon us through technology alone, they would, but as it is, they need our compliance for their bidding to become reality.

Don’t give it to them.

Thank you for joining me at This Woman Writes. Posts complementing this one are

Don’t Despair, but Do, Do Think

Don’t Let the Parasites Define Who You Are

Obedience Is Not a Virtue

As a final note, if you want to support a small business, consider purchasing artwork by my Norwegian Artist husband, Steve Henderson. Every work he creates celebrates freedom, joy, thought, life, and light. You can find him at Steve Henderson Collections.

About This Woman Writes

Carolyn Henderson is the marketing manager of Steve Henderson Fine Art. She writes about life, art, and the art of life.
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6 Responses to How Ordinary People Can Resist the Reset

  1. Donna W. says:

    Well said Carolyn! Thank you for not only sharing truth, but helping to enlighten others to it. We all need to hear it & begin to take positive steps toward learning & incorporating into our daily lives better ways to live life & be grateful for the freedoms our loving God has given us. We are blessed in so many ways.

    • Thank you for your kind words, Donna. This world belongs to all of us, not just a few, and the actions of all of us matter. It’s hard when you feel like you’re the only one, but more and more I’m seeing that there are many of us who do not like what is being forced down our throats. If we believed the media, we’d think we were a minority, but we all know how truthful the media is . . . it has a way of playing with numbers.

  2. Marcy says:

    I don’t know if what is happening is some kind of reset or just more of the same of what has been going on since the beginning of time. The wealthy and powerful have always used and abused the ordinary people. However, I agree with your suggestions. I do want to add though that the internet is the new TV. Many people have already given up the TV for various reasons and now spend most of their time on the internet. Sadly, the internet is far worse when it comes to being used to manipulate people. After all, the TV doesn’t monitor and track every move you make like the internet does and the TV doesn’t allow for every dingdong with an opinion to spew his poison to the public like the internet does. Things got much much worse with the wide use of the internet. So, is there a great reset or are we just more bombarded with, and aware of, the manipulation and abuse that has always been there? I don’t know.

    • I agree with you about the Internet, Marcy — many people have replaced their TV with it, or worse, simply added the Internet propaganda options to their daily lifestyle of listening to what the authorities say and doing it. The Reset has been in place for a long time (think of how long Kissinger has been had his hand in things; the Rockefellers’ reach is even longer) but this is a time of pulling it all together. The one good thing about the Internet is that it has given a voice to ordinary people — the problem isn’t that every dingdong with an opinion can spew his or her poison; the problem is that the dingdongs with money and power have a broad reach when they spew their poison. At least the Internet — for now — has given normal people with good things to say, an opportunity to say it.

      • Marcy says:

        Agreed. Just o clarify, when I’m speaking of “dingdongs with an opinion”, I’m not talking about us normal folk who get on here with our own blogs and such. I’m referring to people who get brainwashed by all the propaganda put out by the powers-that-be and then proceed to go on various platforms (including other people’s personal blogs and social media pages) and attack those who have a different opinion than theirs, spreading the narrative for the powers-that-be in the process. Personally, I’m making a continuing effort to cut out all the unnecessary “news” and media use. I’m reverting to a life that is much more like it used to be in older times and is as free as it can be from outside manipulation. I’ll be concentrating on developing my talents and interests (art, writing, musical instruments, etc) instead of wasting my time with the TV and internet. No small task in this day and age but the only way to peace for me. =)

        • I agree with you, Marcy, on the dingdongs. And your pursuit of developing your talents and interests is spot on — that’s what we humans were created for and do well — we create. Some people choose to use that creative power for evil, as in taking over the world, but the bulk of us can use it effectively and well in doing things that give pleasure to us, and do good for others: art, music, cooking, writing, growing plants, learning herbal properties of plants and using that knowledge — the list is limited only by us, and you can’t even touch it when you’re watching TV. You’re on a good path — may more and more people walk it.

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