Entry Submitted by RoseStillARose at 12:00 AM EST on November 30, 2016
Tomorrow the world may reset financial systems and we may exchange. Whether tomorrow, the next day, or any day after that, what a joy awaits each and every one of us! I don't think that has to preclude our seeing today with clear eyes.
Yosef, when asked by readers of this forum to assume accountability for the suggestion he made that we call HSBC today, replied: "All's fair in love and war". Guess what? All is not fair in love and war. People are held accountable for misconduct and crimes in war time. In a love relationship, if you break the law you will be tried. Let's ask Tank whether that phrase might be a mind control number. Sounds like it, doesn't it? We've heard it so many times that we accept it automatically when in fact, it's a lie.
Look, I don't specifically know that Yosef is or is not perpetrating PSYOPS. I am not making that assumption. But his habit of saying alternately that we all are God's chosen ones, then shame on you, and other more subtle name calling is a classic PSYOPS tactic.
We don't need anyone to tell us who we are, do we? That is between ourselves and our beloved. We understand that things are fluidly changing, that there are a million moving parts, that many have sacrificed, shown immense courage, love and perseverance to set this up and bring it through. ...My question is why should all that reduce the need and our expectation for honesty? Why would we loose sight of what that truly is and is not?
Brother Yosef, you goofed. Don't try to tell me two important things were accomplished. Even if by some stretch there was a benefit, it doesn't negate the strain you caused with your error of judgement. This is typical mansplaining, very recognizable, not rare in the least.
We have all made bad calls, we have all inadvertently troubled someone. We are not going to drag you through the streets. However, the more you try to distance yourself, the more it comes after you.
Hey, I'm not waiting on your apology! I got a life to live. But I do find that it keeps my energy clean and bright to call a spade a spade every now and then.