Shattering the Imaginarium
By Visayas Outpost
Superbowl XVIII aired a once-only commercial for Macintosh, in homage to George Orwell’s 1984. Fortunately you can now watch it on YouTube, but it has remained burned into my memory:
In a gloomy dystopian setting, filled with gray-suited NPC’s being mesmerized by a giant screen, a lone female runner charges through the crowd carrying a sledgehammer. Dominating the screen is a talking head we assume to be ‘Big Brother’. At the pivotal moment with the police are closing in, she hurls the sledgehammer at the screen, destroying it and breaking the spell. The world would never be the same, as the narrator’s voice-over announces the new Macintosh.
In Cracks in the Imaginarium I described how we live in a managed reality show which, for all intents and purposes, represents a war for your mind. Knowing we are in it is half the battle, thus gaining perspective on the immersive lies, dazzling side shows, and propaganda. Yes there will be more crises, because that is what it takes to command our attention these days. I contend there is no point wondering about the why since it is all fake anyway. What we need to do is shatter it with a sledgehammer.
Imaginarium invokes fantastical absurdities, a circus-like atmosphere, and a sense of disconnected wonder. It is exactly what we experience when we realize all three branches of government are compromised, yet still running the projector. Since it threatens to make us all into Meta avatars someday if we don’t act, Step 1 is to prepare for what’s next by honing our prediction skills. Parents would already have enough baby formula if they paid attention to the last two years of on/off shortages across the consumer spectrum, after all. So it is wise to Pay Attention to Events, because as in any good novel or screen play, the Imaginarium leaves clues for you to pick up on. Many insist that the cultists operating it from behind the curtain are even compelled to reveal their handiwork ahead of time. Their signs are everywhere, such as the Uvalde training event a month before the shooting. Or Event 201, a month before the Covid “lab leak”. Amazing powers of prediction, that. They had a similar one a year ago predicting Monkeypox. Some events stand out just because they smell fishy, like infected lab monkeys escaping from a truck in Pennsylvania, or two different Evergreen bulk cargo vessels running aground.
Listen to Their Words. Throughout Summer and Fall ‘21, we repeatedly heard the words “dark winter” from all the usual suspects, a fairly apt description of actual events. Chuck Schumer’s warning to Trump about intelligence agencies “getting back at you” was an obvious example too, for those paying attention. The Russia-gate Hoax commenced soon after. Warnings happen so often they are almost cliché. When Klaus Schwab says “you will own nothing, and be happy”, it is time to sit up and take notice. “We don’t have BioLabs” became conspiracy fact, and we are well on the way to “Build Back Better” in our “New Normal” episode of the Imaginarium. Words matter quite a lot it turns out -- especially the written ones such as Georgia Guidestones. Scary words are in play all the time so use them to paint a picture of what is coming, like the “next pandemic”, the “transition” to digital currencies, and “limited nuclear war.”
Look at Their Actions. Rush Limbaugh famously used to say “A tiger is a tiger,” an axiom describing how a person’s true nature will always come forth. The ringmasters running this show are, down to a man, descended of Eugenicists, Malthusians, and Marxists. We have global health Czars like Fauci, who have never treated a patient. We have avowed atheist influencers like Yuval Harari whispering trans-humanist spells into the ears of Tedros, Gates, and leaders of the world. Speaking of Gates, here is a man ‘treating’ the human virus as one might treat a computer virus. We are just lines of computer code, after all. These and the other Grand Thinkers have devoted their lives to molding and herding humanity to serve opaque agendas, so when you see that Bill Gates owns more farmland in the US than anyone else, you should take notice. Or the Bush family owning a massive chunk of land in Paraguay with rights to one of the world’s largest freshwater aquifers. It is almost as if the Imaginarium is advertising shortages. Prudence demands that we watch carefully the lead clowns in this circus, lest we find ourselves getting shot out of a cannon.
Watch the Front-Men. You know who they are, men who inexplicably had the magic ingredients for success, who turn out to have uncomfortable ties to the Deep State or the Military Industrial Complex. These men appear overnight, like Mark Zuckerberg when he launched Facebook on the back of DARPA’s LifeLog code. He had a pretty good run. Elon Musk is the most recent of these men to arise to mega-stardom. His current sideshow exposing the fakeness of Twitter has me thinking he may just be a white-hat, but it is too early to tell. Pay close attention to what such men promote: data collection, human-brain interfaces, digital currency, colaborations with the Chinese government, transfer of tech to the US Military, and so on. When it is time for them to exit the stage, they often do so gracefully to another apparatchik position in the Imaginarium, like Jeff Bezos and The Washington Post.
Watch Their Companies and Foundations. The Imaginarium tends to fawn over these institutions, particularly when linked to Front-men. Watch them behave in unison on various woke issues, such as condemnation of Putin or vaccine mandates for employees. Watch their grants, donations, and investments, for example Facebook’s role in the 2020 election or Rosemont Seneca’s role in US BioLabs abroad. Observe Disney’s special treatment as a legal entity, or its uncomfortable association with child grooming. When you find your very body may be considered corporate-owned, as are many pseudo-governmental entities, then just realize that corporations are not controlled by anyone we elected. Looked at another way, watch what BlackRock is investing in – or divesting from – and you’ll have some good clues as to why ‘things just happen’ like exploding real estate prices or energy scarcity.
For some contextual motivation, let us stitch together the predictive signs we can see, and let them rattle around the old noggin’:
The Imaginarium tells us that mankind is like a cancer on the earth, who must be controlled, modified, and culled as necessary to stay in check. It proposes the only way to save the human race, and planet Earth, is through enlightened management by the Elites. The Imaginarium will provide the necessary conditioning to ensure this all seems sensible to the masses. It will seem inevitable because they have made manhood and patriotism ‘toxic’, and we are meant to think no one is left who will resist. Governments will manage all food, water, goods, transportation, and healthcare, granting or removing your ‘access to services’ based on your compliant behavior. They will reduce the human population over time to a manageable level, and ‘optimize’ the rest through various transhumanist modifications, or force them to live as outcasts. In the short term we can expect more pandemics, more war, and other engineered crises. These will drive us toward fewer and fewer choices when it comes to mobility, communication, and essential basic needs. A digital transaction / health compliance system is foremost in their proposed toolbox. Other tools include carbon / lifestyle tracking and predictive algorithms for assessing risk based on behavioral data. They won’t stop on their own, so the future is dependent on how we respond to these threats against humanity.
In a Zen sort of way, we can see the Imaginarium makes perfect sense as it aligns to the summary above. Only in the Imaginarium can an actor like Zelenskyy star in a series show about a man becoming the president, and then actually become the president using the same political party invented for the show. Only in the Imaginarium can governments simultaneously create an energy supply crisis while insisting on a changeover to electric cars requiring more grid energy. Only in the Imaginarium can the same group of automaton people switch from being united for vaccines to being united for Ukraine, in the space of a week. Being prepared for what is coming will ensure that you are still functional when the SHTF.
Step 2 in shattering the Imaginarium is to be as disruptive as possible to the messaging. I love seeing red blooded patriots standing up in ways like the Convoy, or the boat rallies, or pilots giving sarcastic announcements. Imagine photo-bombing a CNN interview with an “ask me about Seth Rich” T-shirt. If you don’t like that nearby 5G tower, there are probably creative solutions to be found. Postal workers had the right idea when they decided en masse to ignore the vax mandate. Alpha males, we must be the ones to lead by example when the next BS comes along. Maybe you too are that guy who went maskless all through Covid, just waiting for some challenge by an authority, which never came. They don’t want to confront you. Then again, where I live we don’t have many raving-mad Karens, so you have my sympathies. Being disruptive is easier when you are thoroughly familiar with the legislative statutes and processes where you live, which I advise everyone to do. At my house we have two white boards covered with information relating to Philippine statutes, and our two girls were the research team. Get the kids to stand up for themselves too; you won’t regret it.
Step 3 has to be some form of withdrawing consent. People don’t like Ayn Rand, but she has that part right. My advice since Jan. 6, 2021 is to act as though the Federal Government doesn’t exist. Try your best to deal with and support State and Local, while ignoring completely everything inside the Beltway. There are people not filing federal taxes. There are people withdrawing their SSN from the system. Don’t quit that job in protest over a future vax mandate…make them fire you, to have a basis later for class action lawsuits. Pull your kids out of public school. Don’t fly until they pull their DHS goons out of our airports. Move to a ‘free’ state. When enough people leave the Imaginarium, it will just collapse from lack of participation. We can’t all live off grid and trade by barter, but there are more and more people leaving behind their lives inside the bubble every day. If you put your minds to it, it really is possible to live a vastly different life while giving little or no support to the destructive Fed. Gov.
Step 4 is my favorite, but it is long term, and that is to is start working toward a 4th industrial revolution economy now, to avoid playing catch-up later. Why? Because this is what will ultimately break the back of the Imaginarium. Some people are the tip of the spear already, such as the crypto pioneers. The rollout of Industry 4.0 is often billed as centralized production in robotic factories, and “IOT” internet-of-things, with mass surveillance. I don’t see it that way at all: these will be the enabling technologies needed to take our destiny back. The future isn’t long and vulnerable supply chains, it is backyard cottage industries with 3D printers. It doesn’t need to be Apple phones and smart appliances, it can be open-source-coded bespoke devices. It doesn’t need to be cell towers and US-dollar trade, it can be satellite comms and multi-polar trade. We won’t buy plywood from China and have a globo-Pharma health plan, we will buy local materials and visit local clinics. Like the laws of Newton, the overwhelming force trying to push us into a Malthusian scarcity-model future must ultimately backfire, and it will do so by our use of their own technologies. Thus the reaction to global top-down control is going to be locally-focused but high-tech societies. You can start working toward it now. Empowering people in these ways will be as devastating to the elite as the printing press ever was.
They want you to think Earth is a fragile blue ball that is running out of everything. A place where rampant disease is just lurking out there to be breathed in, the next time you step outside. A place where we can’t grow enough food, or ever climb the ladder, or ever break free from various phobic stereotypes. They teach us there is only one pie, and we have to divide it endlessly into smaller and smaller slices. All of this is utter nonsense, of course. God put us here to subdue this place, to manage it, and to multiply. If the doomsayers are that worried about resources, we have a whole solar system out there waiting to be tapped, and the answer obviously is to grow the pie. Malthusian philosophical notions would be side-splitting comedy if so many people didn’t actually listen to them, and instead used their own intuition and logic. So my message to all of you today is to Have Heart, stand up and be counted.
And that, Dear Reader, is how we Shatter the Imaginarium. Be awake, recognize what they have in store for us, and counter it through affirmative steps of our own, using their own tools against them. Doc Brown famously advised Marty, “Your future is whatever you make it,” and while I believe that our Creator has something to say about that, the sentiment is true enough. Do not live your life on their terms, define your own. Even as I write this, today’s headlines are about the narrative managers’ inability to define what “inflation” means in the economy. It isn’t surprising, since they also don’t know the definition of “is”, or the difference between male and female, or even the legal meaning of the Bill of Rights.
Enough with the popcorn, friends, it is getting stale. Time to reclaim the future.