~From Praying Medic ~
If you’ve been aware of institutional corruption for some time, you may feel like you can’t go any further without lawless people being held accountable.
It’s understandable to feel this way but the majority of the population isn’t there yet.
The average person is comfortable with the status quo. The inconvenience of having to wear a mask, take a shot, or pay a few more dollars for a gallon of gas did not move them to the precipice.
The precipice is the point where the pain of continuing with the status quo is worse than the fear of what might happen if change occurs.
Normies understand there is some corruption in government but they feel it doesn’t affect them, personally. They’re content to continue life as it has always been.
Corruptocrats devised a system that allows them to pillage our wealth and control the thoughts of the masses while keeping us comfortable enough not to revolt.
The majority of people are not yet at the precipice. (If they were, citizens in United States would be reacting like they are in Brazil.)
One day, gas will be $10 a gallon. There will be no bread on store shelves and banks will close.
At that point, the realities of institutional corruption will hit the masses square in the face. And suddenly, millions of normies will be brought to the precipice.
As Trump pointed out last night, things must get worse before they get better. It’s the only way the masses will be awakened. And until their eyes are opened, nothing will change.
Was The Hype Necessary?
It’s unfortunate that many people got caught up in the hype surrounding last night’s speech by President Trump.
Initially, I was pissed about the hype. I thought it was unnecessary and it seemed destined to cause people to be disappointed. I expected last night’s message to be an announcement that Trump would run for 2024. Such an announcement doesn’t need hype.
But in hindsight, I realize I missed the point of the type, and I didn’t understand who the intended audience was.
Trump wasn’t talking to anons and MAGA last night. He was talking to millions of people around the world who’ve never seen a rally or heard him speak for more than a few minutes.
The hype was necessary. It was bait to get the world’s press to pay attention to the speech. And it worked.
Last night, people were allowed to hear a coherent leader explain a plan to make our country and the world a better place and compare him to a mentally incompetent and compromised globalist puppet.
The disappointment some people feel is understandable, but we can learn a lesson. There is no disappointment without expectation and we are the ones responsible for managing our expectations.
We also need to remember that not all messages are for anons and MAGA.