Thank you to The People’s Voice Facebook page for this. I’m overwhelmed.
When you see the photos below, you will know deep within that something extraordinary is unfolding. The visuals are astonishing.
Are you getting the picture I’m getting, my friends? This planet is in an uproar. People–everywhere— are AWAKENING!!! Finally we’re rising to the heights it will take to squelch the dark ones.
The dark cabal sought to roll out their plans surreptitiously so we wouldn’t notice, but you’d have to be dead not to see that SOMETHING is incredibly wrong in our world and must be investigated and tackled head on.
They have tried to distract us with sports, Hollywood, political scandal, false flags, new technology, sex and fake space programs, but we get it now.
They’re panicked and making stupid mistakes in their desperation. Soon they’ll be running for their underground bunkers—or their Mars bases, perhaps. But they can’t hide.
The whistleblowers (some of them ETs) who have infiltrated their uppermost ranks will always keep us apprised and the Illuminati will be vanquished. They will not prevent our Golden Age and Ascension.
Before long we will have free energy, flying cars, replicators, Personal Communication Devices (PCDs), 100 per cent healthy bodies and minds, won’t have to work 8 or more hours a day to pay the bills and put food on the table.
Everyone will have healthy food, water, and a roof over their head AND—we’ll be able to explore the cosmos as the galactic beings we truly are, and will take our place alongside the “exotic races” we can barely accept even exist in the Universe, let alone on our planet. We will regain our powers of telepathy and creation of solid form from the background energies.
When the masses learn how long this “rescue” has been planned and executed and by how many beings—both physical and non—they will be astounded. It’s going to take quite some time for Humanity to assimilate the truth of the battle of Light and dark that so many have waged over the years to free us once and for all; a battle that encompassed not only the surface of Earth, or ‘Terra’ as the Galactics call it, but beneath it, and in the skies above as well as under our oceans. It’s an epic tale, and I can’t wait to hear it.
For now, we need to stand up for our rights, show the powers-that-were that WE are in control and they are not welcome on our planet, and to begin to heal our Selves and Gaia. WE have to do this ourselves.
Humanity, in increasing numbers, are plunging bravely into the fray. It’s a beautiful site, is it not? But not always pleasant to be there.
An estimated 100,000 protested in Rio de Janeiro. (Credit: AP)
Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians poured into the streets of at least 25 cities across the country Monday, blanketing the streets of major cities like São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and climbing to the roof of the Brazilian National Congress in Brasilia, the nation’s capital. The protests, sparked last week by a smaller demonstration against fare hikes on public buses, are taking place around the Confederations Cup, the soccer tournament that began Saturday as a tune-up for Brazil’s 2014 hosting of the World Cup.
The World Cup has become a symbol of corruption and overspending in the country. Brazil, originally slated to spend less than $1 billion in private funding on soccer stadiums, has already spent more than $3 billion, most of which has come from public funds. Meanwhile, schools and hospitals are overcrowded, understaffed, and underfunded, infrastructure is crumbling, and income inequality is rising as Brazil’s minimum wage remains low. The money spent on the World Cup, the protesters say, would be better spent on efforts to help ordinary Brazilians.
Though there were small pockets of violence during demonstrations in some cities, the vast majority of the protests remained peaceful, according to local news reports. Here are pictures from Monday’s protests:
An estimated 30,000 Brazilians flood the streets of São Paulo. (Credit: AFP)
Brazilians protest for spending on hospitals and schools instead of the World Cup. (Credit: @AnonNewsDE)
A Brazilian police officer pepper sprays a protester in Rio de Janeiro. (Credit: AP)
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