Down Under Torn Asunder
Battleground Melbourne shows the playbook of the Great Reset
Battleground Melbourne is a documentary by Topher Field on the lockdowns and police crackdowns in Australia. It tells the story through interviews of a dozen courageous people and video clips of police interactions. It won Best Documentary at the Berlin Indie Film Festival. I talk about their stories and only break down once, which is better than I did watching it.
It was sent to me by my wonderful viewer Maria Sangiorgi, who also sent Cafe Locked out, which she describes as “a humanist endeavour to support those who chose not to comply. It began because Michael Grey Griffith Playwright/Actor and Damien Richardson, an actor in Australian TV, lost their jobs because they chose not to be injected. Since the inception last year, Damien ran as an independent for the Senate in our recent federal election and Michael is traveling around Australia gathering stories from ordinary and extraordinary Australians from all walks of life that will one day become a historic documentation of the truth.” And, just for fun, she sent Her Sound, Her Story, a documentary made by her daughter of women in music in Australia. From the trailer, this looks excellent and I can’t wait to watch it.
When I posted on Robert Malone’s Substack that I’d cried my way through the film, Margaret Anna Alice thought I might be interested in her Down Under Edition of Through the Looking Glass. It’s an amazing compilation of Videos, Articles, Books, Movies, TV Shows, Music, & Poems on Australia & New Zealand, plus petitions from Queensland to demand data on the effectiveness of PCR Tests, Masks, & Lockdowns.
And I end by talking about spirituality and bungee jumping to find the courage we didn't know we had.
I follow up my video with these two:
Are YOU Ready Yet to Save the World?
Looks at undoing empire-thinking as a spiritual practice. A Course in Miracles says that God only ever asks one question, "Are you ready yet to help me save the world?" I look at why our answer is "not yet" because of our attachment to our own superiority. Our message to one another should be "You are magnificent" and "Here's why I think you're mistaken," using facts, logic and consistency. I connect the comments of three magnificent viewers and convey the views of four magnificent writers on Ukraine--Glenn Greenwald, Matt Taibbi, Caitlin Johnstone and Andrew Bacevich. I end with hearing from the horse's mouth.
Waking the Dragon Mom on Jordan Peterson
Responding to Russell Brand's interview, I agree with Jordan that men and women are fundamentally different and I describe a feminine ideology, morality and shape of government. Jordan suggests a fourth branch of government as symbolic with a king. The symbol I'd choose for a feminine structure is the interlocking honeycomb with the child in the center and the queen bee serving the hive. Jordan proposes that lust isn't a sin when directed to the marriage, but I look at sin as seeing inferiority, including objectified wives. I end by applying problem-solving criteria to the pandemic and wonder what it will take to wake the dragon mom.