Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things
Separating us from nature is also part of the plan
Something I haven’t noticed many people writing about is how desperately the “powers that should not be” are working to deprive us of something as simple as nature. Telling us that sunlight, gardening, air, birds, and every other living thing is dangerous, diseased and can kill us. Human beings need to interact with nature. It’s in our DNA as far as I’m concerned. If one looks at the history of psychopaths and sociopaths, one of their prevalent characteristics almost always is: They hated animals and anything good and peaceful in the world.
Locking people down, telling them they can’t breathe the air, scaring them about everything that is natural is pure evil. It continues to foment a “culture of fear”. Separating us from nature is right on par with separating us from each other. I’m not a scientist or anything and, my opinion (as I often say), is based on life experience and numerous lectures, interviews and articles I read and/or listen to. It is what it is. I know in my gut that tearing people from nature is harmful to them.
It may sound silly, but one of my favorite things to do is stand in my vegetable garden and watch thousands of little bees of all kinds lighting on dill, coriander, spearmint and oregano flowers, to name a few. It’s fascinating. I watch them for minutes at a time and never get bored. There’s something peaceful about it. Because the flowers on these plants are so small, the types of bees and wasps they attract are small as well. There are dozens of varieties and they all seem to get along with one another. I never notice them fighting with one another. If a tiny bee is on one flower, the bee swooping in for a taste goes to another. While I am watching these bees, I tend to go to another place in my mind. I don’t think about the world and all its troubles. I don’t think about my health. I don’t think about grief. I don’t think about what we have lost, may lose, or what we imagine we have lost. It’s like I’m transported to a completely different world. I hear the birds singing in the trees around me, feel the sunlight on my skin, and, I feel at peace.
Over my lifetime, I’ve lived in giant cities and in towns so small they could hardly be called towns. In one city where I lived there was some acreage right in the middle of a bustling area where a farmer/rancher holdout kept cows (visiting this city a few years back I drove by and it is now condos). In the middle of the hustle and bustle on my drive to work I would marvel at this beautiful oasis. I always took the time to slow down a bit and just glance over at the gentle beasts grazing on lush green grass and remember that as busy as I was, it was worth remembering the simple things in life. It brought me a bit of peace. Any kind of road rage or anxiety disappeared for a moment. In this same city, I was fortunate enough to have an apartment with a tree outside of the balcony. A squirrel would visit every day, along with several types of birds throughout the year. An annoying blue jay would squawk from time to time and steal the peanut butter I would put out for the squirrel. But it was all good. I enjoyed watching them. Again, it brought me peace.
The monsters want to force us to live in a technocratic nightmare where our entire life is in front of a computer screen or staring at four walls. The only nature they want us to enjoy is *pictures* of nature. They don’t want us to interact with other humans, plants or animals. They want to engineer our lives for us and those lives don’t include anything but the things “they” “approve” for us.
I may start to ramble a bit, so forgive me. As most of you know I’ve never claimed to be a writer or someone who gets grammar right. So, please forgive me if I don’t always lay things out “properly” and don’t compose sentences, thoughts, or paragraphs in the ways that they are supposed to be. Just try and ignore that if you can and take my thoughts for what they are. (Most of you do and I appreciate that more than I can express).
When one looks at everything that has been “done to us” (I would rather say everything that we’ve allowed to happen to us) over the last 28 months or so, if there’s one thing that stands out to me above everything else it’s how desperately the wizards behind the curtain have attempted to destroy everything good about life. Health. Companionship. Love for neighbors. Trust in one another. Care for one another. Peace. Unity. Just to name a few. The most prevalent thing that comes to mind, as someone who loves plants and birds and rocks and things, is how they’ve worked feverishly to destroy our natural love of nature. I’m not saying this from some kind of radical environmental viewpoint either. I believe in balance. I believe that nature is here to nurture us, but also to serve us in many ways. That we should do our best not to destroy it, but should also use it, working with it (nature), to sustain our lives while also appreciating it for the many other benefits we get psychologically.
Here are some top stories many of us have seen over the last couple of years:
“Necessarily” killing millions of chickens because of a so-called “bird flu” diagnosed by a faulty test (PCR) that was never meant to diagnose disease at all according to the inventor of the technology. 10,000 cows curiously dropping dead of “heat exhaustion” (and that’s bull crap, no pun intended, I come from generations of farmers and ranchers and there’s no way in hell that these cows died of “heat exhaustion” and, as a side note, was it coincidence that a genetically altered cow was “approved” about the same time? A cow that is “modified” to handle “heat stress”). Mysterious fires burning food processing plants to the ground. Farmers being sued for selling food that hasn’t been grown with pesticides and herbicides because they didn’t tow the “FDA” line. Dairy farmers sued for selling raw milk (I grew up on raw milk and, I hate to break it to the monsters in these flipping 3 letter agencies drunk with power, but it is a superior product over milk that has been sterilized and then fortified). Land that is locked up by an out-of-control government that “claims” it in the name of “saving” it and humans are no longer “allowed” to even step foot on it. Genetically altered mosquitos being released in the name of *supposedly* saving us from scary malaria. Farmers not being allowed to grow the crops they want to grow and, if they do grow something, it has to be a genetically modified “approved” product that holds up under the stress of the cancer causing “Roundup” being sprayed all over it. Towns and cities with “spraying” programs to kill mosquitos without telling you that that same spray doesn’t just kill mosquitos, but kills every beneficial insect (bees, lady bugs, praying mantis, etc) along with them and that the only true way to lower mosquito populations is by stopping them at the source… which is in sitting water (not to mention that the spray is toxic to humans as well). Need I go on? I have lots more examples.
The above examples are just more government telling us that nature is scary, dirty, diseased and is going to kill us if we don’t “trust the plan”. That Nature, God, Gaia, Mother Earth or whatever you may call it doesn’t know best. That without human (government and 3 letter agency) intervention, everything on the earth is dangerous and will kill us. They have to do this. It’s the only way that Klaus, Gates, Soros and the other “geniuses” can grab the power they desperately want. The power to literally control the entire earth. We’ve all heard it, right? You will no longer have meat. You will no longer have a garden. You will no longer have clean running water. You will no longer be able to have an independent farm. You will no longer be able to live in the country. You *will* do what you’re told. You will live in a giant “smart” city in an apartment. You will eat what we allow you to eat (mostly bugs). You will get the shots we tell you to get or you won’t eat. I mean, come on, are we still ignoring what they have literally told us they are going to do to us (and *are* doing)? At this point, how we can’t see that their “dystopian utopia” is a real thing they are trying to create is beyond me. It’s happening. If we let it.
So, Rob, where in the hell are you going with this rant? (You may be asking). Well, as many of you know, I usually try to hit it hard with harsh realities at the beginning and then bring it home with humble advice that, hopefully, serves to encourage and motivate us to *do something*. That something doesn’t have to change the world. As I always say, it can change *your* world. The world you live in. Your personal world. The world where you, your family and your friends live. I believe (and always have believed) that this is the answer. All of us doing *something* that gives the middle finger to the monsters who are desperately trying to destroy everything good in this world.
So here it is. If you eat meat, go buy a steak. And if possible, make that steak purchase from an independent farmer/rancher in your area. You can search online and find them. Yes, it may be more expensive, but it will be the best you’ve ever had and it will be a small protest. It’s something you can do. If you love sitting by a babbling brook somewhere in your area, *go*, sit by that brook. Don’t let anyone “lock you down” in the name of a virus or anything else for that matter. Be willing to be arrested for sitting by a brook (and get it on camera). If you love going for a walk, whether in a giant city or a small town, *go* for that walk. While you are walking, take time to listen for the buzz of a bee, the annoying flitting of a fly or the misery buzz of a mosquito swooping in for a bite. If you garden flowers, vegetables, or both, garden like your life depended on it. Dig deep into the soil with your hands. Feel the earth. Pick up a handful of dirt and smell it and enjoy the incredible sense of life in that soil. If you dread mowing your lawn, change your attitude, use mowing your lawn as an opportunity to see a Robin bird snatching a worm from a swath of grass you removed for her. Sit on your porch at night and listen to the crickets and watch the fireflies. If you have pets, love them like they are your children and take time to marvel at their personalities.
I guess my point of this rant is this: Remember that nature is good for you. Don’t let “them” take it from you. It’s good for our minds, our hearts and, if I may be so bold, our very souls. Don’t take it for granted. Cherish it. Embrace it. Remember it. Fight for it! Don’t let them take it from you! It’s so much harder to control a people who all work together in harmony with one another and nature. It’s hard to steal that kind of freedom. And that, my friends, is why they’ve been trying to separate us from it. Don’t let them.
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