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A Systemic and Financial Collapse is now inevitable, but a Great Reset as the WEF see it is not. We can define our own future, but it means doing politics like we have never done democracy before

May 31, 2022 1 comment

If you have taken a close, objective view of every part of the Government response to the Covid Pandemic, you will see just how much power and influence can be brought to bear on normal people, by politicians and government officers when they want to use manipulation to bend people to their will.

With months passed since the end of Social Distancing measures, there are still many people who believe everything they were told about the risks of Covid. So much so, that they continue to allow fear of the virus to dictate how they live their lives when there is no need to do so.

Do consider your own experience of how messages from the Government and the Establishment were used to control the public in a situation that existed purely because the politicians we have are incompetent, were afraid, and thought that control was the only way they could lead.

The fear of politicians on all sides of Politics drove the Government response. It directly led to them making decision after decision that has contributed to the cost-of-living crisis we are fast descending into now, along with the inevitable financial and systemic collapse that is on its way.

The unavoidable collapse we are facing was supercharged by the Government response to Covid. But it has also been pushed massively by the response to the War in Ukraine and by Brexit before.

The Government responses to all three of these world-influencing events have catalysed the coming collapse. None of them alone or together were the actual cause.

The cause of the coming collapse are the ideals that have driven the way that everything around us has worked and has been governed for decades.

The entire Top-Down system has always been about putting the interests of those at the top first in all circumstances. Only lip service has ever paid to the problems that a greed-driven hierarchical structure inevitably causes for everyone else, and ever since the Gold Standard was abandoned and FIAT money was adopted in its place in 1971, it was inevitable that the piggies at the trough would keep going further and further with the aim of accumulating as much wealth as they can.

The people who have been controlling and driving the system that has enriched them at our collective cost, know only too well that the system of governance they influenced into being and developed always had a terminal flaw.

The flaw in this darkest chapter of a self-interest and greed-driven system was the inevitable growth of income inequality and with it, the rich – poor divide.  

Those of their number who have been clever enough to come up for air, knew that in time, the mechanics of their self-serving system would push that divide too far. That through a systemic collapse that would likely involve complete societal breakdown, their system as it stood would meet its end.

The people responsible are the world elites. They come together in organisations that we know of such as the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). So-called Public Bodies that have become the sanitised or ‘acceptable’ face of everything their self-interest is really all about.

They have known for many years that their system and the way that it functions would come to its end. But in the same way that Government rolled out its narrative to control all of us during the Covid Pandemic, the Worlds elites have been developing narrative about ‘The Great Reset’ to establish the idea in the public consciousness that their control both through and beyond the collapse that they created, is already a done deal or an inevitable thing.

But the elites never banked on Brexit, Covid or Ukraine. They certainly didn’t factor in the knee jerk way that governments such as ours would react, looking to the creation of non-existent money to solve all the problems that they faced, in the very unimaginative and unnecessary ways that they did.

The alarm bells started ringing just as soon as the Covid Virus emerged. They went into a frenzy once Government responses to the Pandemic and the Lockdowns began.

Those at the top knew they were out of time. That is why the amount of propaganda being pumped out of Switzerland began flowing at what feels like a constant rate.

The elites have always known what is coming. It was always just the question of when and not if.

The elites know what a systemic collapse will mean.

The elites know that the only way that they have any chance of remaining at the top is by creating leverage through systems of societal control that are aimed to maintain their position throughout the collapse, so that they can then ensure they dictate the ‘resetting’ of everything so that they maintain the Top-Down structure within the new world that follows beyond.

However, the elites also know that the power they have to succeed in their aims comes down to everything that we already know and that we continue to believe.

Right now, all the things that the WEF and mouthpiece Klaus Schwab have talked about really could happen. Not because anything they have planned is inevitable. But because we could easily miss the opportunity to take control of what happens during the collapse and The Great Reset, and because we fail to make the Great Reset (or whatever you are comfortable calling it) our own.

Everyone in power today, is tied into the Top-Down hierarchy that swirls around and fuels the whole system that tips its hat to the worlds elites.

Many of our Politicians don’t even know what they are doing or what they are really doing it all for. Pretty much everyone and everything is coin operated at the top!

There is no original thinking. No real leadership. And worst of all, no care or consideration for the lives of real people driving this Country – as in a democracy there always should be.

Today normal people are nothing but playthings at best. Slaves within a financial or wealth-related prison at worst.

For many, whole lifetimes revolve around an unnecessary fight just to be able to live.

Many of us do see the wrongs of what is happening, even if we don’t really understand why. Some of us even know who are to blame, but see it as a conspiracy, rather than being the result of the way that any small minded and selfish person would behave if they had the same wealth, opportunities and power that these very self-obsessed people have, and wanted to maintain all of it at any cost.

The existential risk to our future – as we face challenges that none of us have ever experienced – is that we will keep falling back on the same people and the same ideas to try and change things, in the very same ways that we have always done before.

Instead of accepting that we must all embrace a very new way of doing politics that puts people first and functions from the grassroots-up, we are in danger of falling back on what feels comfortable, relying on personalities, individuals with a loud voice or anyone who promotes a message that suggests the same as we’ve always had before: Only they know how to lead. Only they know what’s best. Only they and their own set of special chums have the secret formula for success in a system that has already closed its doors to them.

Approaching political change with the tried and tested formulas that have always failed to break into or influence our political system before.

Doing so again will only help maintain positions for the same self-interested politicians we already have in power or waiting to bask in it – whether they are Left, Right, Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, or are motivated just the same with a different name.

There are many false prophets who are talking up change to us today. But they are quietly linking up with the same old faces, the same old stories and the same old motives as all the people who have wronged us have done so before.

The more obvious are groups like Tony Blair’s ‘The Britain Project’. But then there are many others like those who missed the realities of single-issue politics who have been left over from the Brexit movement too.

What they share in common is a hope that they can become some kind of phoenix that emerges from the ashes of an already broken system, that will work better once they lead it. They are unaware that their current behaviour and outlook amounts to little more than the same sum total as the motives of the ‘leadership’ we have already got.

However well intended any of them might look, their motivations and failure to connect with real people or even read the room will only help to make the strategies of the WEF and those around it all the more secure.

This isn’t to say that none of them have anything to offer us. It is simply the case that no public representative will be putting any of our needs first, if the system they work within and benefit from is based on ‘Top-Down’.

If you really want to experience the genuine freedom that only independence from a system of governance based on material wealth can bring – before the opportunity is lost, you MUST embrace your own Power first.

Now is the time to collaborate and contribute to your community with everything you have the ability to give.

Everyone is waiting for someone else to come up with a plan. But the plan we are on the arse end of right now, was someone else’s plan too.

If we don’t come together and make a new grassroots/up, community-based form of politics and system of governance work, the somebody else will do it for us.

The WEF and the Worlds elites will continue to live gilded lives. But their ever-increasing fear of what will happen when enough of us do wake up to the myths they have created, will drive them to use every form of new technology they can in order to increasingly control our lives.

If you think that life is shit now. Wait and see how you feel about everything then.

We are approaching the crossroads and the way out will soon be here.

But there is no easy option when it comes to the road to real change.

A fair and balanced system of governance that works for and on behalf of everyone is not the easy road.

What works for everyone fairly will not be represented by anyone or anything that feels familiar, makes feel comfortable, or makes you feel like you are the one on top before even the slightest amount of work has been done.

A happy future is about having faith in yourself, the people immediately around you and taking a massive leap into what appears to be the great unknown.

Are you ready to embrace and take yours?

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The Basic Living Standard Wage (BLSW)| All Businesses & Industries must back-work or redefine their prices based on providing the BLSW to their lowest paid employees

In Levelling Level, we used the term ‘The Great Correction’ as a way of describing the ‘reset’, ‘restart’ or complete flipping of the system in which we are now beginning to engage. For practical reasons and so that it is relatable, we have increasingly referred to this process as ‘The Great Reset’ – simply because the world Elites and World Economic Forum have been building a narrative around this term and it is vital that we all recognise that ownership of this process of change and the future beyond it is ours. It is not theirs.

Calling the process The Great Correction, is likely to prove to be the most accurate term, as whatever is done or however we look at it, unless the world is completely destroyed, there will be restarts, reestablishment and resets of everything at all levels. Everything will be corrected so that it works fairly and in a balanced way – as it always should.

With the collapse of the current system taking place like a series of falling dominoes, where one is knocked and then they all follow, it may perhaps seem strange that the reconstruction process that will create our new world, will happen or be set in motion in a very similar way.

It is the adoption of The Basic Living Standard and with it, The Basic Living Standard Wage that will be the first principle that must be adopted. Adoption of the Basic Living Standard Wage will serve to be the first domino that knocks over all the others that need to fall into place so that the Basic Living Standard becomes the benchmark for all.

Our system of governance only has to adopt and get the framework that guarantees The Basic Living Standard right, to set off the process that will ensure that it works and operates in every way that it should.

Once the Basic Living Standard becomes the principle upon which all rules and laws governing business and finance are based, all activities will then realign away from profit to people.

The Basic Principles of The True Economy

Each and every person should always have the right to contribute to the Economy on terms that are universally accepted through a Basic Living Standard. So that for the equivalent of a week’s contribution of the most basic kind of labour, they can be self-sufficient. Or through choice, ability or accumulation over time, they can add recognisable value to the contribution they can make, through the assimilation of skills and experience.

Neither people, nor the raw materials or basic resources that the world and environment offer should ever be under the control of private commercial interests.

The economic value of the person should always be definable on their own terms, with the only exception being at any time that they need help or support from the community to be able to live, when it should always be applied at the same rate or standard as the Basic Living Standard for All.

Resources such as Land, Water, Mineral Deposits, Fossil Fuel Deposits and anything that is derived from these are and should always be treated and regarded not as being ‘owned’, but as being the source of raw materials for every purpose and are under the stewardship or directive of the community at large.

Where any resource or raw material is not being used expressly for the production of the things that people or our communities need, those using or borrowing those resources should only do so under a non-negotiable license, that requires rent or a form of tax at a level that makes plundering and misuse of those resources unprofitable. It must also make provision for maintaining or where necessary restoring the environment from any impact that processing of anything beyond what we need will have.

A True Economy is founded on value that each person contributes to it, partnered by the raw materials and resources that the world and environment gifts us

We have sadly all been drawn into an interpretation of life where money and the wealth that it appears to give us is considered to now be the benchmark or reference point for everything.

We literally value money to the point where it has not only become a thing in its own right, it has become the defacto god or deity that rules each and every part of our lives.

Today, we look upon others in terms of what they have, what status they hold, what they earn and what capacity they have to earn.

Yet the intrinsic value of money is nothing.

Money is worth zero.

Money is a unit of exchange and nothing more.

It is simply a change in our beliefs that has allowed the value of money to take over our lives in this way.

What we not only fail to realise, but have actually forgotten, is that the real point of value in anything is its beginning or its foundation. What it was built on or built with.

The true value of anything is not even the end product, or whatever the parts, inputs or elements of any constructive process add up to – or what things become.

People, or each and every human being on the planet are the basic elements or building blocks of The True Economy.

It is the Labour, Time, Skills and Experience of PEOPLE that add value, through process, to the raw materials and resources that we take from the world.

Surviving The Great Reset | Getting to Good Governance when everyone wants someone else to come up with the solution and someone else’s solution is what we’ve already got

The entire aim of Levelling Level may appear only to be a functioning and fully localised society that is built around a Basic Living Standard for All. In reality, it is all about the journey or process of getting there through this  period of change and crisis too.

Governance or how we are governed in respect of everything, is key to achieving a new system that is built upon the foundation of a Basic Living Standard.

Work can only begin on building the new System of Governance that will provide a fair and balanced framework for all our lives, once we have rejected the current system that we know as ‘Top-Down’.

The point at which we will all accept that the current ‘Top-Down’ system cannot be fixed and has not or will not serve any of our best interests at any time will be different for each of us.

But when that moment comes, our thoughts will move on to what comes next.

The immediate problem is everyone wants someone else to come up with the solution, when someone else’s solution is what we’ve already got.

It is vital that when that moment comes. we all recognise that the solutions to the problems and the answers to many questions will not come by having another bogus election, where the faces and words might change, but we continue to have people motivated by self-interest at the ‘top’.

The power that politicians and the elites have is ours and was only given on loan. The opportunity is coming when we have the choice to reclaim our power and take it back

The system is supposedly democratic. But there is nothing democratic about a political system that exists around a Top-Down structure. One that is insulated from constructive change by a political party system that has effectively bolted the door to anyone who could have or still could bring real leadership to the Country, and with it much less difficulty as we are all forced to embrace change.

The collapse of everything that we know, or what we might otherwise call a systemic collapse is underway. It will get increasingly worse for everyone. It will touch everyone’s lives in some way.

Despite what appearances might be used to tell or suggest to us, the collapse of everything will come in the form of massive problems like shortages of food and essential goods, rationing, scarcity, delays, shut down of public services, strikes and may other changes to what we have considered to be normal or what we could expect. The collapse itself may not be recognisable if you wait around for absolutely everything to stop working or completely shut down.

The that we all must understand is that the Collapse of the System is not likely to be obvious, especially to those who are aware of changes, but have not had their lives directly touched.

Good people who care about others, will continue to do their jobs as best they can, because it is the right thing to do. But that will to do the right thing could easily keep what’s left of the existing system coughing and spluttering long enough, that the same Top-Down interests can consolidate what they have left and begin to build their new system in its place.

The worst that is likely to happen, is people without food and essentials or the money to buy food and essentials, will take to the streets and seek out a focus for their blame.

One way or another, the moment will come when you will either be able to see, or you will simply know that the game is up for the system that has brought us all to where we are.

It is this moment or point in time when we all have the real opportunity to withdraw the consent, we have unwittingly given to this system that has hurt all of us. To realise that power and the power to change everything is actually ours. That the choice we have is either to take the easy option and let someone else create the new system. Or withdraw our consent to more of the same, and instead take and act upon the decision to take all of our power back.

Each and every one of us gave our consent to this shitshow of a system – by the simplest acts of taking part

I previously discussed the role of belief, and how it is belief that makes things real.

By believing in the system and supporting or acquiescing to it by taking part in it in any way, we actively take that believe to a level where we are giving it our consent.

It doesn’t matter whether the people running the system and every part of it are doing so dishonestly once they have that power. By voting for their politicians, by taking their loans, by playing their stock market games, by betting on their sports, by taking their benefits, by being qualified by their education system and degrees, by believing everything they tell us through the mainstream media outlets that they own and through many other actions that cover almost every part of life today, WE ARE ALL GIVING THEM OUR CONSENT – to continue doing all the things that they do.

Some of you reading this will immediately scoff and be thinking something like ‘I’ve got their number. I know how it all works. I’m not part of this. I DIDN’T GIVE THEM MY CONSENT!’

But even those who are awake enough to see everything today for what it is, are continuing to give consent to the system that we have, by even the smallest act or action of taking part in it.

In fact, the system is now impossible to avoid, for as long as it continues to exist.

This broken system that is hurting us all, has a name: It’s called ‘Top-Down’

If you want to live in a different kind of world, where everyone is valued for who they really are and not what they have or what they can afford, it’s important to recognise what the building blocks that will make that world real will look like.

It’s also very important to recognise what represents the key tenets and elements of the old world, and the thinking that will keep the majority disadvantaged in some way, whilst benefits of every kind continue to be funneled towards those either at or very near the very top.

The system that we have and that we are in the process of leaving, functions with people in positions of power and responsibility for the lives of others. People who believe that they are special and behave as if they are special in some way.

It doesn’t matter what the behaviour, skill or attribute might be that makes them believe they are special, whether its knowledge, popularity, position or wealth. If any person of group of people who have influence over or responsibility for others believe that they are different and better than those other people in any way, the system that they are influencing will always be about them and never about anyone else.

The people with power and influence who consider themselves above others, look down on everyone that they believe they have that power or influence over. This is the very basic mechanics of the system of ‘Top-Down’.

In its broader sense, ‘Top-Down’ is a hierarchical system. Power is always funneled from the many to the few above them. Then from the few to the one or two that are then above.

The process can and does repeat itself over and over again and often resembles the shape of a pyramid.

It’s a relationship that thrives on the creation of distance. Because those with power we are in direct contact with and easily able to access in a way where they listen, are often much further away from those that they themselves are subservient to. This means that those who we should most be able to rely on to do what’s best for us rarely even understand the rules, diktats and instructions that come from their own hierarchy ‘above’.

You will recognise those who are beholden to the ‘Top-Down’ system, because they are always better in some way than us. They thrive on peddling the myth that there are those ‘in the know’ and that they have special skills or special knowledge. When in fact all their ‘position’ or ‘role’ does is give them an excuse to avoid truth or avoid make decisions based solely in the moment and on doing only what is right for everyone – not just their masters or themselves.

Question the integrity and values of anyone who presents themselves as a leader at any level, who has come from management within a large company or corporate structure, has been in a leadership role within community organisations or within local councils, or has been a politician and member of one of the well-known parties and not demonstrated an ability once elected, to stand out without their party on their own.

Beware the people who have said a few things that have struck chords with some people and given them what appears to be great popularity. Popularity and leadership skills in the untested are usually two very distant things.

Above all, be on your guard against anyone who tells you they have knowledge and networks but cannot give a credible and open overview of what they are or how they attained them. Run a mile from anyone whose credibility as a leader rests purely on a name or who they are directly linked as nepotism is one of the most insidiously destructive and corrupt elements of the Top-Down system by far.

When it’s crunch time, you can’t eat or there’s rioting outside the door, whose story will you believe: Yours or Theirs?

With the establishment invested in maintaining a narrative that will continue to capture yours and everyone else’s belief, we are facing a situation where our own senses will tell us more and more that everything around us is being consumed by some kind of fire, whilst all the people our experience and conditioning has told us to trust are continuing to shout a message akin to ‘Don’t panic – all is calm!’

Because the system is built on myths and beliefs, rather than basic practicalities, it regrettably stands to reason that we will not accept the practical message of a systemic collapse until such time as we have experienced something which shatters the myths that we still believe.

This is why talk of people needing help from food banks, or senior police officers being unable to pay their bills in the news isn’t registering with us, or if it is, it is only to look down on them with the thought that it must be their own fault.

Difficult truth to face as it may be, the systemic collapse is underway. It is showing up as problems faced by somebody somewhere else today, but will soon touch everyone’s life in some way, and it will come knocking on your door too.

It could be just the spiraling costs. It could be that you can no longer afford to eat. It could be that the goods you usually buy are no longer available. It could be that you cannot buy any food to eat. It could be that the civil disorder, rioting and violence outside your door proves to be the final straw that tells you that something in the world and system we have put our trust in, has gone very wrong indeed.

The interesting thing is that the Establishment has known for a very long time that their behaviour and the things that they have been doing have been unsustainable, and that sooner or later, the current system would reach a breaking point.

That’s why organisations like the World Economic Forum (WEF) have been busy for years creating the narrative for a new world. One that would not only allow the existing establishment to control the transition and period of change. It would also allow them to control whatever system supersedes the broken and unsustainable version they are already responsible for that they knew would have to be replaced.

Interventions from the WEF and other bodies such as The World Health Organistion (WHO) have only become so prevalent now, as the events that we all know as Brexit, the Covid Pandemic, the War in Ukraine and above all the responses of governments to them all, have catalysed or supercharged the disintegration of the existing system and the establishment is now in firefighting mode, and quite literally blagging its way as we descend into crisis, hoping that keeping enough of us believing they are credible and have our best interests at heart, will allow them to come out the other side of ‘The Great Reset’ and still be in control.

If no matter what happens that hurts you or makes life difficult for you in the coming weeks, months and years, you continue to believe everything that the establishment tells you, there is every chance that either they or people who will be just like them, will continue to control your life once we are through the Great Reset and have come out the other side.

Your life and everything about it will depend on the will and wants and thoughts of others. You will physically appear to still be free, but you will be held hostage or kept prisoner by your own mind under the control of other people and all you and everyone else will fall over yourselves to do will be to smile at, agree with and show your support for whatever rules are imposed upon you from the world outside.

No, it won’t feel voluntary for you. But that won’t matter, because everyone else will think that it is. It will appear that everyone is supporting this all to happen voluntarily, because of the collective belief in the system. Because of continuing consent.

By waiting for someone else to fix all the problems when everything has broken, you will be allowing someone else to choose and dictate what systems and ways of doing things – the governance of our system – will be created and implemented instead of the broken one that must now be replaced.

But you have a choice. You can contribute to, inform and be an active part of creating, developing and implementing the governance and system of a world that is balanced, fair and respects who each and every one of us are. Or you can accept all that happens to you, wait for someone else to solve your problems for you, and then sit back and watch the future unfold and keep asking yourself quietly why is it that after all that has happened, the deck is still stacked in the establishments favour, and everything seems to work for us, but only really benefits them.

Once you believe there is a need for change, you will need to change everything else that you believe

May 23, 2022 1 comment

One of the hardest realities to get our heads around is that much of the way we behave with others and interact with the outside world is based on nothing more than belief.

Furthermore, we too often then fail to recognise that the beliefs that we have – which govern our behaviour for the future, are actually based on experiences that we have had in the past.

The past is quite literally governing how we will interact with our future.

We are allowing rules that we either created for ourselves, or that society created for us, to dictate what happens in circumstances and situations where those rules are no longer fit for purpose, or don’t serve any of our interests very well at all.

Yes, it can be quite a strange moment when we realise that we are living in the past. But what many of us don’t understand beyond this, is that our acceptance of this part of our reality – without question, means that we also don’t question change or the behaviour of others, when that change or behaviour can be quickly labelled with ‘That’s the way things are supposed to be’. ‘That’s just how it is’, or ‘That’s just the way that things have always been done’.

To be quite fair, it will feel to many of us that the system we have or the governance structure around us has been a good one.

It has allowed the world around us to keeping turning. It has kept everything outside of our own bubbles working, so that everything we want is ready and waiting wherever it should be. It has made us believe that life is easy and can only get easier, without us even questioning what the real cost of this automatic surrender of our trust would be.

But we don’t really think about what’s going on around us. Because this is the way that things have been done for so long.

We trust that the people we elect are in office to represent us.

We trust that big business always put the needs and interests of their customers first.

We trust that the public sector works and operates to make life for the public better.

We trust that the establishment together, will always do right for all of us.

Yet as an increasing number of us are now realising, the time when any of these beliefs were created, was a long way back in the past.

We are beginning to understand and accept that placing our trust in the establishment was at best a mistake. At worst, it is being proven completely wrong.

The ‘system’ no longer works for the people. But because of our collective belief and deference to the way we believe things should work – even when they clearly aren’t, we fail to realise that the power everyone within the establishment has isn’t theirs because of the money, status, position that they ‘have’ or because they are special in some way.

It is because we have given them that power. And we have forgotten that power is ours, and we have every right to take it back.

Getting your head around the reality of where power really lies is hard enough. What becomes even more challenging is taking the next step to understand and to accept that all the tools that the establishment have been using to make life so easy for us, only work because we believe everything that we are being verbally or experientially told.

We are collectively blind to the fact that any or every part of the system would stop working immediately the very moment that we stopped believing what we believe about it. And that at the very moment we did so, we would be withdrawing from the establishment, what is our assumed consent.

There is a very good reason to make the effort to try and making sense of how the governance or ruling frameworks of the world that we know around us really work.

That reason is the system as we know it has not been run or managed in our best interests for a very long time.

The cumulative effect of decision after decision being made to benefit the specific interests of those within the establishment has been catalysed by the government response to recent events and the whole system is now in the process of a massive collapse.

The challenge presented to us all by what is happening around us right now, is that you quite literally have to see it, to believe it.

And if you still believe that the ‘system’ you have spent your life believing in will always work for you, even when it becomes very clear that it doesn’t, it hasn’t and it won’t, then you will not be able to see the damage that it is and has been doing when the time comes for us all to do something. The people and people just like them who we have all believed to be ‘in charge’, will simply be able to continue to count on your vote.

If you have read this far and have concluded that I am talking bollocks, I’d like to thank you for doing so and sincerely wish you all the best.

However, if you can see any of the truth in what I am saying, or even suspect that at least some of it could be right, please do keep reading as we are all on a journey that can no longer be avoided.

What happens next, is all about us realising that the power to do everything that needs to be done is in the hands of each and every one of us.

The power for creating a much better future isn’t based on the past and won’t simply appear in the future. Its all about what we think, decide and do right here in the moment or in the ‘now’.

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