I've been seeing some good posters and memes starting to come out. But I am hesitant to post any one my Facebook timeline. Why? Because I don't like flooding my social media with this kinda stuff because it seems to bring everyone down. I'm also scared that people will think I'm a looney/conspiritard. I'm also worried that I'm just on some emotional bandwagon and my insights into this aren't mature enough yet to post something.
It's just a dark subject, we all know. And the times I did post about Pizzagate, I got barely any engagement. Except from the few people who are already aware.
How does "waking up" happen?
I remember when I was "asleep" and the people that posted about chem-trails and 9/11 and other conspiracy topics just annoyed me. I was trying to live my life, and they kept trying to shove their fear/panic in my face. They desperately wanted me to share their outrage. But it just made me distant from them. To me, they were fear mongering and bringing me down. It seemed like it was creating a darker, heavier reality around me.
Think about when you woke up. When you took the red pill. Was it because of peer pressure on FB? Was it because that "tin-foiley conspiritard" in your family finally broke you down and you listened? Probably not. It was probably because of your own personal revelations. Your own curiosity.
When I woke up 2013 it was because I was burned out, jaded, and depressed. And I was looking for relief and a way out. I found meditation and some basic spiritual truths. Then I sought out info on my own and eventually led me to the so called "dark enlightenment" (conspiracy truths). Then I realized those crazy tin-foilers were right in many ways, and I had judged them without knowing.
Basically, I was ready for it. I had a personal break-down, dark night of the soul. I asked for help and help came in a way that I resonated with. It felt magical and miraculous, that the content that showed up in my reality was exactly what I needed at the time. It wasn't because a religious zealot pressured me into going to church.
So how do we create memes that spread without being an annoying fear-monger that just turns people away?
I realize the subject matter is a doozy. Politics and Pedophilia. Stuff that is pretty triggering and divisive in most cases. How can it not be depressing?
But dark and depressing stuff can wake people up if it's shocking enough and delivered in the right way. Think about all those horrifying animal cruelty videos that Peta was spreading and how so many went vegetarian after that. Then there were dozens of documentaries produced about climate change, the monetary system, or other propaganda films that seemed to tug at your heart strings and people woke up after those. Those got attention.
I feel like people's eyes and ears are numb to this stuff. It's like noise. How many times do you see a "missing kids" thing and just ignore it?
It's like people need to see real child porn or a fucking shock-video like 2-girls-one-cup style. A leaked video of a political figure doing actual harm to a child where there is no question this is happening.
Then people will be like "oh shit, this is for real for real.
The big reason I'm interested in #PizzaGate is because I've been expecting the "Great Awakening" for several years now. I know the lifting of the veil is happening. So I feel all sorts of excitement because Truth is being revealed and more people are waking up.
Memes and grassroots counter-propaganda is one way to spread the #PizzaGate cause. By using the same tactics the MSM uses - click-bait, attention grabs, sensationalism, shock, awe, manipulation, exploitation, etc.
But maybe there's another way to cut through the noise.
What about personal vulnerability and authenticity? Instead of a meme designed to influence opinion, write about your own personal experience. What if you shared your story on how #PizzaGate is affecting you and why it hits home for you?
Fight fear/propaganda with truth. Your own personal truth. Cut to the core.
So I ask you, how did you wake up to all this? What was it that really helped you?